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Nag el-Qarmila is the site of a Predynastic ancient Egyptian settlement and cemeteries, situated on the west bank of the Nile, 15km north of Aswan in Upper Egypt. The site lies at the mouth of the Wadi Kubbaniya. The site contains the "southernmost preserved evidence of a Naqada domestic and funerary site (apart from Elephantine)".[1] Nubian Pan-grave pottery has been discovered at the cemeteries.

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  1. Gatto et al. 2009.

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  • Gatto, M.C./Dapper, M. de/Gerisch, R./Hart, E./Hendrickx, S./Herbich, T./Joris, H./Nordström, H./Pitre, M./Roma, S./Swiech, D./Usai, D., 2009: Predynastic settlement and cemeteries at Nag el-Qarmila, Kubbaniya. ARCHÉO-NIL, Vol. 19.
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