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Dr. Bruce Williams

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Local Address: Chicago, Illinois, United States
University of Chicago Medical Center
 
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ASOR - 2014 Annual Meeting
www.asor.org, 24 April 2014 [cached]
Session Chair: Bruce Williams, Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago
Theme: Kush was traditionally given a marginal role in the Ancient Near East and its appearance on the historical stage in the Eighth and Seventh Centuries BCE has been considered almost accidental.
"Even today, panning for gold is ...
www.afrol.com [cached]
"Even today, panning for gold is a traditional activity in the area," said Bruce Williams, a Research Associate at the Oriental Institute and also a co-leader of the expedition.
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"Finds of Kerma material at the Fourth Cataract was one of the major surprises of the salvage effort and suggests the leaders of Kush were able to expand their influence much further than was previously known, possibly including as much as 1,200 kilometres along the banks of the Nile," added Mr Williams.
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7.notas.7.colores.en.wikimiki.org, 15 Sept 2008 [cached]
This theory has proponents outside Afrocentric circles, among them Bruce Williams of the Oriental Institute of Chicago.
"Even today, panning for gold is ...
www.culturekiosque.com, 15 Aug 2007 [cached]
"Even today, panning for gold is a traditional activity in the area," said Bruce Williams, a Research Associate at the Oriental Institute and also a co-leader of the expedition.
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The sites studied by Emberling and Williams provide important new information on the ancient Kingdom of Kush, which flourished from about 2000 to 1500 B.C.
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"Finds of Kerma material at the Fourth Cataract was one of the major surprises of the salvage effort and suggests the leaders of Kush were able to expand their influence much further than was previously known, possibly including as much as 750 miles along the banks of the Nile," said Williams.
Creative Travel International
www.creative-egypt.com, 17 Jan 2012 [cached]
"Abu Simbel was one of, if not the largest, rock-cut temples in Egypt," says Bruce Williams of the Oriental Institute of Chicago, "The rock was sacred because the Egyptians believed the deity was living inside the mountain."
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Rock-cut temples may have been especially significant in ancient Egypt because the bulge in the otherwise flat land may have signified the location where the gods emerged from the Earth, says Williams.
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