We know that similar microliths were used as arrow points in predynastic Egypt.
Of these predynastic kingdoms we know very little, except from legendary sources.
The predynastic Egyptians may well have adopted similar means for preserving a remembrance of their past history.
There can be no doubt whatever that the predynastic boats were not seagoing galleys.
The contracted bodies are skeletons, as in the case of most of the predynastic bodies.
The plain square pit, like those in which the predynastic people were buried, is here the essential of the tomb.
Perhaps we have here the best racial picture of what ancient Egyptian and upper Nile regions were in predynastic times and later.