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Preservation of organic materials from hot desert climates is usually poor but we were able carryout radiocarbon dating using organic residue from most of the specimens.''The remains housed at the Museum come from the burials of courtiers who were likely sacrificed to accompany their king into the afterlife.
Importantly, this practice was unique to the First Dynasty and these remains provide a unique opportunity to gain broad understanding of life during that time.’The Early Dynastic Period of Egypt immediately follows the unification of Lower and Upper Egypt and is generally taken to include the First and Second Dynasties, lasting from the Protodynastic Period of Egypt until about 2686 BC.
Until now scholars had relied on archaeological evidence alone, using the evolving styles of ceramics excavated at human burial sites to try to piece together the timings of key chronological events in the Predynastic period and the First Dynasty.
Dr Dee said: 'The origins of Egypt began a millennium before the pyramids were built, which is why our understanding of how and why this powerful state developed is based solely on archaeological evidence.'This new study provides new radiocarbon dating evidence that resets the chronology of the first dynastic rulers of Ancient Egypt and suggests Egypt formed far more rapidly than was previously thought.'Dr Dee said they would have ruled over a territory spanning a similar area to Egypt today with formal borders at Aswan in the south, the Mediterranean Sea in the north and across to the modern day Gaza Strip in the east.The hallmarks of ancient Egyptian civilization, such as art, architecture and many aspects of religion, took shape during the Early Dynastic period.Before the unification of Egypt, the land was settled with autonomous villages but after the first ruler came to power the country came to be known as the Two Lands, where rulers established a national administration and appointed royal governors.Until now scholars had relied on archaeological evidence alone, using the evolving styles of ceramics (pictured) excavated at human burial sites to try to piece together the timings of key chronological events in the Predynastic period and the First Dynasty This is the first robust timeline for the first eight dynastic rulers of Egypt because until now there have been no verifiable records for this period or the process leading up to the formation of the state.The chronology of early Egypt between 45 BC has been reset thanks to more than 100 fresh radiocarbon dates obtained from hair, bone and plant samples excavated at several key sites including the tombs of the kings and surrounding burials.
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