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Books & Offline Sources

Shinnie, P.L. 2004. The Capital of Kush 2: Meroe excavations, 1973-1984. eds. P.L.Shinnie & J.R Anderson. Meroitica 20. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag.

Shinnie, P.L. 1985a. Iron Working at Meroe. eds. R. Haaland and P.L. Shinnie. African Iron Working: 28-35.

Shinnie, P.L. 1985b. Meroe and Axum and North East Africa prior to the Arab Conquest: text and annotated maps. eds. J.F.A. Ajayi & M. Crowder. Historical Atlas of Africa. London: Longman.

Shinnie, P.L. 1978. The Nilotic Sudan and Ethiopia c. 660 b.C. to c. A.D. 600. eds J.D.Fage and R. Oliver. The Cambridge History of Africa, vol. 2. New York: Cambridge. 210-71.

Shinnie, P.L. 1971. The Sudan. ed. P.L. Shinnie. The African Iron Age. Oxford. Oxford Univeristy Press. 89-107.

Shinnie, P.L. & Bradley, R.J. 1980.The Capital of Kush 1: Meroe excavations, 1965-1972. Meroitica 4. Berlin: DDR.

Torok, L. 1997. Meroe City an Ancient African Capital: John Garstang's Excavations in the Sudan. London: Egypt Exploration Society.

Online Journals

Shinnie, P.L. 1955. A note on Ast-Raset. Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 41: 128-29. JSTOR

Shinnie, P.L. 1969. Comment: On Radiocarbon Chronology of the Iron Age in Sub-Saharan Africa. Current Anthropology 10: 229-30. JSTOR

Shinnie, P.L. 1970. Excavations at meroe. Meroitic Newsletter 5: 17-19.

Shinnie, P.L. 1974. Bryan George Haycock: 1937-1973. Meroitic Newsletter 14: 2-3.

Shinnie, P.L. 1981. Changing attitudes towards the past. Africa Today 28: 25-32. JSTOR

Shinnie, P.L. 1988. Did the kushites flee to the west? Sudan Studies 5:31-32.

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