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  1. Askut in Nubia. The Economics and Ideology of Egyptian Imperialism in the Second Millennium BC (Studies in Egyptology). ByStuart Tyson Smith (edited by Geoffrey T. Martin). Kegan Paul International, London and New York, 1995, 242 pp.


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Troy, L. Book review. African Archaeological Review 14, 69–79 (1997). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02968366

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