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Egyptian civilization, Predynastic Period, Naqada II, circa 3300 b. C. Crocodile-shaped terracotta model of a boat with a male figure (probably the deceased) and three small mummiform figures, height 9.9 cm.

Egyptian civilization, Predynastic Period, Naqada II, circa 3300 b. Crocodile-shaped terracotta model of a boat with a male figure (probably the deceased) and three small mummiform figures, height cm.

Funerary Boat of Pharaoh Den Discovered at Abu Roash

Funerary Boat of Pharaoh Den Discovered at Abu Roash

The front side of the Gebel el-Arak ivory knife handle, containing the boat depictions once interpreted as evidence of Mesopotamian invasion. (Louvre)

Gebel el Arak Knife Ivory (hippopotamus canine) and flintstone blade. Circa 3300 - 3200 BC From Gebel el-Arak, South of Abydos

The Gebel el-Arak knife handle with its flint blade, on display at the Louvre.

The Gebel el-Arak Knife is an ivory and flint knife dating from the Naqada II period of Egyptian prehistory, starting circa 3450 BC. The knife was purchased in 1914 in Cairo by Georges Aaron Bénédite for the Louvre.

Examples of the maritime-related artifacts discovered inside the Wadi el-Jarf galleries.

This episode examines the scope of maritime trade during Old Kingdom Egypt, with a focus on the fifth and sixth dynasties.

An illustration showing the size and shape of a hogging truss connected to the girdles.

007 - Old Kingdom Egypt Expands Its Reach