The porcelain industry that spread during the era of the Naqada I began to disappear and began to appear plates, cups, and ornamental vases made with the mixed child. The formation of this substance was more difficult than the formation of the indigo child, but solid vessels suitable for preserving food for a long time are saved.
Naqada period in ancient Egypt
The pre-dynastic era is no less important than the rest of the ages, but rather is the origin of the ancient Egyptian civilization. Had there been no pre-family civilization, the civilization that followed would not have existed, and when King Narmer, unified ancient Egypt the most important era in this period is the era of critics.
It is one of the current cities of the Qena Governorate, it is located on the western shore of the Nile and overlooks the River Nile, and Naqada is 31 km south of Qena and 25 km north of Luxor.
On the opposite side of it is the eastern bank of the Nile to the north of which lies the city of Qus, the name (Naqada) is derived from the name Najada and means rescue and rescue as the ancient Egyptians used it in the flood season of the Nile to bury their belongings, then it was misrepresented from "Najada" to "Naqada".
The researchers divided its civilization into Naqada the first, Naqada the second, and Naqada the third. Naqada's civilizations are characterized by economic progress and art.