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⌕: Naqada I 

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Eras / Regions Neolithic Egypt
Date: 4400 BC - 3000 BC
Type: Culture
Note: Gerzeh culture
Capital: Naqada
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Notes: Naqada I, II & III
The earliest three-dimensional representations of humans from ancient Egypt have been found in graves of the Predynastic period, Naqada I, 4000-3600 BC. It is thought that their presence was to provide magical support for the owners rebirth and regeneration.(BM) Location: Naqada Category: Sculpture Year: Material: Bone, lapis lazuli Dimensions: 11.4cm Author: Reference: EA 32141 Collection: The British Museum
3500- 3100BC, Naqada II-Naqada III Period. Although described as a bull, it is also possible it is an elephant. Location: Naqada Category: Sculpture Year: Material: Ivory Dimensions: 4.9 x 4.7 cm Author: Reference: 35.1270 Collection: Brooklyn Museum, New York, USA
Naqada II, circa 3500?3400 BC Location: Naqada Category: Sculpture Year: Material: Painted terracotta Dimensions: 29.2 x 14 x 5.7 cm Author: Reference: 07.447.505 Collection: Brooklyn Museum, New York, USA
Naqada III Period. Possible place collected: Ballana (vicinity), Egypt, Sohag (vicinity), Egypt. Location: Category: Sculpture Year: Material: Pegmatite Dimensions: (24.8 x 20 x 32.5 cm Author: Reference: 73.26 Collection: Brooklyn Museum, New York, USA
Naqada II ca. 3500–3300 B. Location: Naqada Category: Sculpture Year: Material: Serpentine Bone Dimensions: Author: Reference: 59.101.1 Collection: New York Metropolitan Museum of Art
Type: Period From: Naqada culture Region: Lived 4400 BC - 3500 BC Note: Semainian
Type: Period From: Naqada culture Region: Lived 3500 BC - 3200 BC Note: Semainian
Type: Period From: Naqada culture Region: Lived 3200 BC - 3000 BC Note: Semainian
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