Ancient Core-Periphery Interactions: Lower Nubia During Middle Kingdom Egypt (ca. 2050-1640 B.C.)

  • Roxana Flammini Universidad Catolica de Argentina

Abstract

This paper applies the core-periphery theoretical framework as an attempt to explain the nature of the Egyptian intervention in Lower Nubia and the subsequent sociopolitical status the region acquired during the Middle Kingdom (ca. 2050-1640 BC) through consideration of the ideological bias held by the Egyptian State along with its economic and political goals.
Published
2008-02-26
How to Cite
Flammini, R. (2008). Ancient Core-Periphery Interactions: Lower Nubia During Middle Kingdom Egypt (ca. 2050-1640 B.C.). Journal of World-Systems Research, 14(1), 50-74. https://doi.org/10.5195/jwsr.2008.348
Section
General Section