A Reconstruction of the South Town of Naqada (about 3300 BC)
'South Town' is the archaeological name for an extensive settlement site at Naqada; it seems to be the town for the people buried in the Naqada Period cemeteries.
|background on the 3D models|
|see the size of other towns in Egypt and Mesopotamia|
|some finds from the site|
The reconstruction is highly hypothetical. The few remains are
Petrie/Quibell 1896: pl. LXXXV (plan of some excavated large scale structures)
with additions from Kaiser 1961: 16, fig. 3 (new plan of the whole site)
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