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.
Funerary Boat of Pharaoh Den Discovered at Abu Roash
[EGYPT 29531] 'Birth of the sun in Hathor Temple at Dendera.'
Several of the Abydos boat graves as they sit in a row. In the background is the brick funerary enclosure of Pharaoh Khasekhemwy of Dynasty II.
The front side of the Gebel el-Arak ivory knife handle, containing the boat depictions once interpreted as evidence of Mesopotamian invasion. (Louvre)
The Gebel el-Arak knife handle with its flint blade, on display at the Louvre.
The Ubaid-period boat model unearthed at As-Sabiyah