Which ancient Egyptian pottery was most ancient?

Which ancient Egyptian pottery was most ancient?

Ancient Egyptian potteries, dating from around 3200 BC, have been unearthed in what is believed to be the first archaeological excavation of a period dating back to the Ancient Egypt period.

The pots, known as Ebrii, date back to around 2500 BC and were found at the site of a major archaeological site in the south of Egypt known as Nubia.

While the site was recently excavated, the pots were found in layers.

A small portion of one of the pots was found on the bottom, suggesting that it was still on the potter’s utensil.

According to the Irish Times, a second pot was found in the same layer of the pot.

These pots date from around 2500-3000 BC, the same time period as the major archaeological sites at Nubian and Qumran.

Etymology: An ancient Egyptian word meaning “to drink” or “to go” and a common name for the region of the Nile delta.

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