International Journal of Human Diversity and Evolution
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'Bareš L, 2010: Family ties among the owners of the large Late Period shaft tombs at Abusir (Egypt). Anthropologie (Brno) 48, 2: 121-125'.
At the Czech archaeological concession at Abusir (Egypt), a number of Late Period shaft tombs, dating from about 530-500 BCE, have been unearthed. In some of them, skeletal remains of people that were buried there have been found. For the most part, their skeletal remains have been examined by E. Strouhal who suggested possible family relations between some of them. In the present paper, an alternative system of family ties between the owners of Late Period tombs at Abusir and other people buried in the lesser burial chambers there is proposed. Quite hypothetically, all those people might have belonged to one and the same lineage.
Egypt - Late Period - Shaft tombs - Family ties

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