Egyptian trading post at Tel Erani in Israel older than previously thought
These finds push the dating to at least the Naqada II c.3300BC, perhaps as early as Naqada I. Article of the same:
Recent studies of researchers from Kraków have shown that the inhabitants of Lower Egypt maintained relations with southern Levant, which used to be a topic of discussion. "We proved that they were very intensive" - notes the expedition leader. He explains that in the fourth millennium BC, the two regions cooperated closely. Commodities like copper and oil were imported to Egypt. Meat of animals and fish was shipped to Levant.
Sites with artifacts of Narmer in the southern Levant:
Sites where 1st Dynasty pottery has been found:
Of interest: A Brief History of Predynastic Egypt
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