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ED. BY HENRYK KUPISZEWSKI
The Journal of Juristic Papyrology, Vol. XIX
Warsaw, Polish Scientific Publishers. 1983, 1st Edition. (ISBN: 8301046600). Soft cover, 17x24 cm. Journal, ISBN: 83-01-04660-0 Description: 204 pages (24cm x 17cm) Condition: very good Weight: 355g. The Journal of Juristic Papyrology is an annual international journal published jointly by the Department of Roman and Antique Law at the Faculty of Law and Administration, the Department of Papyrology at the Institute of Archaeology, University of Warsaw, and Fundacja im. Rafala Taubenschlaga. The first issue of JJP appeared 1946 and in 2002 the journal launched a series of supplements. The journal prints contributions in English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish. It seeks to publish articles in papyrology, epigraphy, Roman law, as well as history of Graeco-Roman and Byzantine Egypt. JJP also regularly includes review articles and bibliographic overviews. The journal has a wide international readership made up of scholars and students in papyrology, Roman law, classics, archaeology, and history. Obituary - In memoriam Friedrich Oertel [by Horst Braunert], 7-11 C. St. Tomulescu, - Éléments vulgaires romains dans la pratique juridique de la Dacie, 13-20 Zola M. Packman - Penalty Clauses in Commodity Loans and Sales on Delivery, 21-26 Károly Visky - Die Miet- und Pachtverträge in der Wirtschaftskrise des dritten Jahrhunderts, 27-40 Arnaldo Biscardi - Le régime de la pluralité hypothécaire en droit grec et romain, 41-59Marek Kurylowicz - Adoption on the Evidence of the Papyri, 61-75 E. Van't Dack - L'armée lagide de 55 a 30 av. J. C. 77-86 Emil Kiessling - Eine byzantinische Pachturkunde, 87-90 John R. Rea - Proceedings before Q. Maeaius Laetus, Praef. Aeg. etc. 91-101 Rosario Pintaudi - Dichiarazione di oikogeneia (?) P. Flor. II 226 r. 103-106 Adam Lukaszewicz - Petition Concerning a Theft. P. Berol. 7306, 107-119 Hélene Cadell - Documents fiscaux et recherches sémantiques, 121-129 Danielle Bonneau - Recherches sur le Kyriakos Logos (commentaire de P. Oxy. 2847), 131-153 G. Husson - Un sens méconnu de thuris et de fenestra, 155-162 Mario Naldini - In margine alle «Lettere cristiane» nei papiri, 163-168 Survey - The Oxyrhynchus Papyri, Parts XXXIX-XLIII; Greek Papyri in the British Museum (now in the British Library) (P. Lond. VII) [by Anna Swiderek], 169-179 Book Review - P. M. Fraser - Ptolemaic Alexandria, Clarendon Press; Oxford Univ. Press Oxford, 1972 [by Anna Swiderek], 181-188 Book Review - M. A. Dandamayev - Rabstvo v Vavilonü VII-IV vv. do n.e. (626-331 gg.) = Slavery in Babylonia in the 7th-4th Centuries B.C. (the years 626-331), Moscow, 1974 [by Cezary Kunderewicz], 188-189 Book Review - Barry L. Eichler - Indenture at Nuzi. The Personal Tidennutu Contract and its Mesopotamian Analogues (= Yale Near Eastern Researches 5), Yale Univ. Press, New Haven and London, 1973 [by Cezary Kunderewicz], 190-191 Book Review - Schafik Allam - Hieratische Ostraka und Papyrí aus der Ramessidenzeit (= Urkunden zum Rechlsleben im Alten Ägypten, Bd 1). Im Selbstverlag des Herausgebers, Tübingen 1973 [by J. Hengstl], 191-198 Book Review - Schafik Allam - Hieratische Ostraka und Papyri. Transkriptionen aus dem Nachlass von J. Cerný (= Urkunden zum Rechtsleben im alten Ägypten, Bd I: Tafelteil): Im Selbstverlag des Herausgebers, Tübingen 1973 [by J. Hengstl], 191-198 Book Review - Schafik Allam - Das Verfahrensrecht in der altägyptischen Arbeitersiedlung von Deir el-Medineh (= Untersuchungen zum Rechtsleben im alten Ägypten, Bd 1). Im Selbstverlag des Herausgebers, Tübingen 1973 [by J. Hengstl], 191-198 Book Review - Michael Wurm - Apokeryxis, Abdicatio und Exheredatio (= Münchener Beiträge zur Papyrusforschung und antiken Rechtsgeschichte 60. Heft) C. H. Beck, München 1972 [by Tomasz Giaro], 199-204. Very Good/No Jacket.
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ED. BY A. M. LESKOV
Art Treasures of Ancient Kuban, Catalog of Exhibition
Moscow, Ministry of Culture of the USSR. 1987. Soft cover, 28x20 cm. Book, Description: softcover, 88 pp. (20x28 cm); 273 phots. Condition: very good Weight: 660g. Art Treasures of Ancient Kuban, Catalog of Exhibition, ed. by A. M. Leskov, Ministry of Culture of the USSR, Moscow 1987 CONTENTS INTRODUCTION MEOTIAN-SCYTHIAN PERIOD MEOTIAN-SARMATIAN PERIOD ANTIQUE CITY OF GORGIPPIA LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS ABBREVIATIONS AND GLOSSARY. Very Good/No Jacket.
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BARBARA LICHOCKA
L' Iconographie de Fortuna Dans L'Empire Romain (Ier Siecle Avant N.E. -Ive Siecle de N.E. ), Travaux Du Centre D'Archéologie Méditerréenne de L'Académie Polonaise Des Sciences, Tome 29
Varsovie, PWN-Editions Scientifiques de Pologne. 1997, 1st Edition. (ISBN: 839018091X). Hardcover, 21x29 cm. Book, ISBN: 83-901809-1-X Description: hardback, 332 pages (21x29 cm) + 548 photographs Condition: very good Weight: 1525g. Caractere general de l'iconographie de Fortuna Les inscriptions accompagnant les representations de Fortuna Classification des representations de Fortuna sur les monnaies romaines imperiales Le buste de Fortuna Le buste de Fortuna sur les monnaies romaines republicaines La tete en corona muralis sur les monnaies romaines republicaines Fortuna avec le gouvernail et la corne d'abondance Fortuna avec le gouvernail et la corne d'abondance sur les monnaies romaines republicaines Fortuna avec le gouvernail, la corne d'abondance, des attributs mineurs et complementaires Fortuna avec le gouvernail, des attributs mineurs et complementaires Fortuna avec la corne d'abondance, des attributs mineurs et complementaires Fortuna avec des attributs mineurs et complementaires Fortuna avec des attributs mineurs et complementaires au temps de la Republique Fortuna en tant que motif de propagande imperiale L'autel de Fortuna Redux sur les monnaies romaines Representations de Mercure avec l'inscription "Fortuna" Tableaux hors-texte: I. Representations de tetes feminines en diademe, couronne et diademe ou corona muralis sur les monnaies republicaines (114-41 avant n.e.). II. Monnaies romaines imperiales avec representations de Fortuna. Very Good/No Jacket.
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BARBARA LICHOCKA
Justitia Sur Les Monnaies Imperiales Romaines, Travaux Du Centre D'Archéologie Méditerréenne de L'Académie Polonaise Des Sciences, Tome 15
Varsovie, PWN-Editions Scientifiques de Pologne. 1974, 1st Edition. Soft cover, with dust jacket, 25x19 cm. Book, Description: softcover, 123 pages Condition: very good Weight: 390g. Barbara Lichocka, Justitia sur les monnaies imperiales romaines, Travaux du Centre d'Archéologie Méditerréenne de l'Académie Polonaise des Sciences, Tome 15, Warsaw 1974 Liste des abréviations Introduction I. Justitia - une des quatre vertus impériales II. Les représentations de Justitia sur les monnaies III. Prototype et analogies IV. Le culte de Justitia a Rome V. Héra d'Argos - prototype éventuel de Justitia VI. Les images de Justitia sur les monnaies en tant qu'expression de la propagande impériale Annexe - Les représentations de Justitia sur les monnaies du Musée National de Varsovie. Very Good/Very Good.
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FRED WENDORF, ROMUALD SCHILD, POLYDORA BAKER, ACHILLES GAUTIER, LAURA LONGO AND AMAL MOHAMED
A Late Paleolithic Kill-Butchery-Camp in Upper Egypt
Warsaw, Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology Polish Academy of Sciences. 1997, 1st Edition. (ISBN: 8385463585). Soft cover, 21,5x28 cm. Book, ISBN: 83-85463-58-5 Description: 63 pages (21,5x28cm), illustrations Condition: very good Weight: 260g. INTRODUCTION by Fred Wendorf and Romuald Schild GEOMORPHOLOGY, STRATIGRAPHY, CHRONOLOGY AND PALEOENVIRONMENT by Romuald Schild and Fred Wendorf. LITHIC ARTIFACTS by Fred Wendorf and Romuald Schild FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS by Laura Longo SITE E71K12 AND THE LATE PALEOLITHIC ANNUAL ROUND ALONG THE NILE IN UPPER EGYPT by Poli/dora Baker and Achilles Gautier GENERAL CONCLUSIONS by Fred Wendorf and Romuald Schild BIBLIOGRAPHY. Very Good/No Jacket.
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ILONA SKUPINSKA-LOVSET
The Temple Area of Bethsaida. Polish Excavations on Et-Tell in the Years 1998-2000
Lodz, Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Lodzkiego. 2006, 1st Edition. (ISBN: 8371719639). Soft cover, 24x17 cm. Book, ISBN: 83-7171-963-9 Description: 194 pages (24x17cm), illustrations Condition: very good Weight: 435g. The village of Bethsaida and the polls of Julias have both been attested to in the first century AD. The New Testament tells about Bethsaida on multiple occasions. According to Josephus Flavius Bethsaida was refounded as Julias and the territory of this new foundation was certainly enlarged as new settlers were added to the original population of the village of Bethsaida. Thus Julias must have contained both the fishing village of Bethsaida and the new settlement. Of how these two units were spatially related to each other the literary sources do not speak. During the centuries various sites known under their modern names have been proposed as hiding the remains either of Bethsaida, of Bethsaida-Julias or of Julias. The controversy as to the placement of Bethsaida, however, was still unsolved in the twentieth century. Archaeological investigation of the most probable candidate to be named Bethsaida, et-Tell, an artificial hill dominating the area north of the modern shores of the Sea of Galilee, started in 1989. After a few seasons of field work the excavators indicated that the remains of the New Testament Bethsaida were indeed located at et-Tell. This identification was already acknowledged by the international society of scholars before the Polish mission joined the excavation. The year was 1998 and it was the first official Polish ar?chaeological mission in Israel. The present report presents the results of field and library research of the years 1998-2000 relating principally to the squares containing the remains named the "The Temple of the Imperial Cult". It is leaning on the research predating our engagement, comments on them and disputes them, at the end presenting a new conception of the reconstruction of the sacral area.. Avant Propos Bibliography with Abbreviations List of Illustrations Introduction Status of Research and Acknowledgments Remarks on Un-excavated Surroundings of et-Tell Et-Tell at the Beginning of the Excavation Works History of the Excavation in Area A, "The Temple Area" Excavation Prior to the Engagement of the Polish Mission The Goal of the Excavations Excavations in Area A. Interpretation The Iron Age Remains The Hellenistic and Roman Remains Excavations in Areas B and C. An Overview Excavations by the Polish Mission in the Years 1998-2000 Excavations of the Year 1998. The Space Away South-East of the Building Excavations in July 1999 of the Socalled "Temple of the Imperial Cult" Room A Room B Room C Room D Summing up Excavations of the Year 2000. The Surroundings of the Temple Excavations Inside the Sacral Building. Rooms B and C Pavement and Wall South of Wall W 64 Pottery Found under the Pavement Excavations in the Areas Adjacent to the Pavement The Pavement North of the Northern Wall (W 62) Interpretation of the Excavated Area A Temple of the Imperial Cult A Protosynagogue An Andron A Phoenician Type Temple. A Proposal for Reconstruction. The Cultural Context of the Building Non-Hellenic Features in the Architecture of the Building in Area "A" of et-Tell Tradition in Sacral Architecture of Phoenicia. An Overview The Cult Sites on Mount Hermon The Sanctuary at Mispe Yamin The Apollo Sanctuary at Tyre Carthage. The Temple at Koudiat el Hobsia and the Tophet Common Features with the Temple of et-Tell Non-architectural Evidence The Temple of Dea Syria in Hierapolis The Question of Ritual Dining A Phoenician Type Temple. A Proposal for Reconstruction The Temenos on the Terrace The Building The Area South from the Building Summary with Conclusions Appendix 1. Worked Stones found at et-Tell Appendix 2. Terracottas Appendix 3. Ancient Sources on Bethsaida-Julias Index of Proper Names. Very Good/No Jacket.
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ED. BY MARIUSZ A. JUCHA, JOANNA DEBOWSKA-LUDWIN AND PIOTR KOLODZIEJCZYK
Aegyptus Est Imago Caeli, Studies Presented to Krzysztof M. Cialowicz on His 60th Birthday
Krakow, Institute of Archaeology, Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Archaeologica Foundation. 2014, 1st Edition. (ISBN: 9788394101008). Hardcover, 30,5x21,5 cm. Book, ISBN: 978-83-941010-0-8 Description: hardback, 341 pages (30,5x21,5 cm), figs Condition: new Weight: 1480g. Bibliography of Krzysztof M. Cialowicz Abbreviations Mariusz A. Jucha The Nile Delta Since The End of The Lower Egyptian Culture until The Beginning of Egyptian State Beatrix Midant-Reynes, Nathalie Buchez, Gaelic Breand, Francois Briois, Julien Cavero, Anne-Sophie Coupey, Morgan De Dapper, Nathalie Delhopital, Aline Emery-Barbier, Rachid el-Ha-jaoui, Samuel Guerin, Frederic Guyot, Christiane Hochstrasser-Petit, Josephine Lesur, Mathilde Minotti, Ilona Regulski, Jerome Robitaille, Loic Torchy, Yann Tristant Tell el-Iswid 2006-2010. The Archaeology of The Eastern Nile Delta in The 4th Millennium BC Natalia Malecka-Drozd The Settlement Landscape in The Nile Delta of The 3rd Millenmm BC Bartosz Adamski, Piotr Kolodziejczyk Grain Storing and Bread Making during Formative Period and in The Old Kingdom Times: Case of Tell el-Farkha Agnieszka Maczynska Some Remarks on The Chronology of The Oldest Graves from Minshat Abu Omar Joanna Debowska-Ludwin, Karolina Rosinska-Balik Provincial Subsidiary Burials in Northern Egypt. Two Cases of Tell el-Farkha Cemeteries in a Three-Dimensional View Renata Ablamowicz Deposit of Animal Remains from Grave 86 in Tell el-Farkha Karol Mysliwiec The Dead in The Marshes - Reed Coffins Revisited Renee Friedman The Masks ofHierakonpolis Cemetery HK6 Stan Hendrickx, Marleen De Meyer, Merel Eyckerman On The Origin of The Royal False Beard and its Bovine Symbolism Michal Kurzyk Predynastic Ivory Artefacts in The Museum Collections in Victoria (Australia) Ulrich Hartung An Unusual Bone Comb From Cemetery UatAbydos, Umm el-Qaab Edwin C.M. van den Brink Another Protodynastic Storage Jar from The Area of Sheikh Zuweid, Northern Sinai Magdalena Kazimierczak Meidum Bowk from Tell el-Murra, Trench T5 (season 2013) Ewdoksia Papuci-Wladyka Palestinian Dipper-Juglet from Aphek-Antipatris in Thejagiellonian University Collection and its Egyptian Connections Magdalena Sobas The Pottery Path Today and in The Past. A Walk Through The al-Nazla Workshop and Tell el-Farkha Settlement Site Grzegorz Bak-Pryc Some Miniature Stone Vessels from Deposits of Western Kom at Tell el-Farkha Marek Chlodnicki Graves with Mace-Heads from Kadero (Sudan) Marcin Czarnowicz Egyptian Mace-Heads from The Southern Levant Malgorzata Winiarska-Kabacinska, Jacek Kabacinski Between Typology and Function. Remarks on The Utilization of Flint Tools from The Predynastic and Early Dynastic Site of Tell el-Farkha Michal Kobusiewicz Sickle Blades of The Old Kingdom in Egypt Heiko Riemer, Karin Kindermann What's That Tool for? An Unusual Flint Knife from The Egyptian Western Desert Eliot Braun Observations on Contacts between The Nile Valley and The Southern Levant in Late Prehistory Prior to Dynasty 0 Marcin Czarnowicz, Martin Pasternak, Agnieszka Ochal-Czarnowicz, Jakub Sklucki The Egyptian Presence at Tel Irani Piotr Kolodziejczyk The Bronze Age in Southern Jordan - Remarks on The Need for Research Andrzej Niwinski Did The Pat-People and The Rekhyt-People Have Different Burial Ceremonies? Monika Dolinska Small Head, Little Mystery Grazyna Bakowska-Czerner Harpocrates with The Horn of Plenty. Depictions of The God from Marina El-Alamein Ewa Laskowska-Kusztal Ergamenes II in The Ptolemaic Temple ofKalabsha Jaroslaw Bodzek Naval Supremacy Propaganda on The Coins of Ptolemy I Mariusz Mielczarek New Coin Finds and The Problem of The Inflow of Ptolemaic Coins into Central Europe Anna Longa Archaeology of The Fourth Nile Cataract: The Cemetery at El Ar Katarzyna Juszczyk-Futkowska Pattern and Diversity in Early Makur. New/No Jacket.
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ROBIN MACPHERSON
Rome in Involution, Cassiodorus' Variae in Their Literary and Historical Setting
Poznan, Wydawnictwo Naukowe UAM. 1989, 1st Edition. (ISBN: 832320263X). Soft cover, 17x24 cm. Book, ISBN: 83-232-0263-X Description: softcover, 367 pp. (17x24 cm); 450 vols. issued Condition: very good Weight: 535g. Preface Part One: Roman West and Germanic Kingdoms A Note on Sources Chapter 1: The Language of Roman Authority Chapter 2: Western Aristocracies and their Culture in the Fourth and Fifth Centuries Chapter 3: Roman Culture in the Western Kingdoms I: Visigoths, Franks, Burgundians II: The Vandal Kingdom of Carthage III: Diplomatic Latin Part Two: The Ostrogothic Kingdom Chapter 1: The Creation of the Ostrogothic Kingdom I: Odovacer and Theoderic II: Germans and Romans III: Ruling the Goths IV: Theoderic and the Church of Rome V: The Building Programme VI: Theoderic and Western Europe VII: The Person of Theoderic Chapter 2: The Uniqueness of Cassiodorus Part Three: Italy and the Latin Nest in the Sixth Century Chapter 1: Respectable Christianity I: The Romans of Rome and their Church II: Aristocratic Bishops Chapter 2: The Cultural Climate in Closer Perspective I: A Bulwark Against Change II: Mystique and Reality III: The Radical Tide Part : The Language and Imagery of the Variae Chapter 1: Zeitgeist I: Through the Prism II: Abstract Nouns in Late Latin III: The Eclipse of the Individual Chapter 2: Some Variae in Focus Five: The Passing of the Old Chapter 1: The Destruction of the Ostrogothic Kingdom I: Theoderic and the Senate II: The Years 519-554 Chapter 2: Epilogue I: Dilettante Clerics II: Sermo Humilis III: Cassiodorus and the Early-Mediaeval Latin Culture IV: The Disappearance of Liberal Studies Among the Laity V: Pathways of Continuity LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS NOTES SOURCES AND BIBLIOGRAPHY INDEX. Very Good/No Jacket.
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ED. T. MAJDA
Seventh International Congress of Turkish Art
Warsaw, Polish Scientific Publishers. 1990. (ISBN: 8301086386). Hardcover, with dust jacket, 21x30 cm. Book, ISBN: 83-01-08638-6 Description: hardback, dustjacket, cloth, 292 pp. (21x30cm), figs. in text Condition: very good Weight: 1005g. Seventh International Congress of Turkish Art, Ed. T. Majda, Polish Scientific Publishers, Warsaw 1990 Abdel Alim Ramadan Fahmy The mosque of Suleyman Pasha "Sariyat al-Gabal" Bakirer Omur Materials of construction in Ottoman architecture. The use of colored marbles Bansta Hatice Orcun Turkish embroideries. Later period of the Ottoman Empire Batur Sabahattin Une recherche sur le tombak ou dorure au mercure Behrens-Abouseif Doris Three zawiyas in early Ottoman Cairo Biedronska-Slota Beata Turkish textiles in Polish liturgical vestments Crill Rosemary Turkish influence on the arts of the Mughal period. Gagman Filiz The earliest known Ottoman "murakka" kept in Istanbul University Library (F. 1426) Demirix Yildiz Bemerkungen fiber den Export von Kunstgegenstdnden in osmanischer Zeit Denny Walter B. Revivalism in Turkish art: the Hekimoglu AH Pasha Mosque in Istanbul Durukan Aynur Transitional examples ofhans in Anatolian-Turkish architecture . Durul Yusuf The art of Anatolian kilims Erzen Jale N. Stylistic evolution of Ottoman mosque facades during the Sinan era Feher Geza Quelques mots sur les antiquites Ottomanes en Hongrie Gero Gyozo Die Keramik von Isnik und Kutahya in Ungarn Gervers Michael Evidence for Ottoman influence on felt-making in Egypt Grube Alberta Fabris The Cicogna manuscript Grube Ernst J. Two paintings in a copy of the "Suleyman-name" in the Chester Beany Library Kiel Machiel, Deriziotis Lazaros The old bedesten of Larissa (Yenisehir) in restoration Laqueur Hans-Peter Die Marinergrdber an der Piyalepasa Moschee in Istanbul Majer Hans Georg Das Portrat Sultan Mustafas II. in der osmanischen Miniaturmalerei Muschanov Nikola Die Ausbau der Mahfilgalerie und seine Einwirkung auf die Plan- und Raumkomposition der Moscheen des 16. bis 19. Jhs. auf dem Balkan HoBropoaoBa 3:ieoHOpa Hoeue acnemnu usynenun opesmrmopKCKozo ucKyccmea O'Kane Bernard Architecture of the Qara and Aq Qoyunlu: an overview Onder Mehmet The silk prayer carpet in Mevldna Museum in Konya Oney Goniil The 14th-15th-centuries wooden masjids in Ankara Onge Yilmaz Toilets in Turkish Ottoman architecture Renda Gynsel Nineteenth-century drawings and paintings in the Naval Museum in Istanbul Scarce Jennifer The development of women's fashion in Ottoman Turkish costume during the 18th and 19th centuries Schmitz Barbara Some comments on the development of religious iconography in Turkey in the second hall of the 16th century based on illustrations of the martyrdom of Zakariya (Zacharius) Sims Eleanor The "Doria Velvet": an Ottoman velvet in the Detroit Institute of Arts Sinemoglu Nermin The Ottoman jewelry collection in the Museum of Topkapi Sarayi Stajnova Mihaila La mosquee Tomboul a Choumen - influence du style "Ldle" Siislu Ozden Decoration d'une maison de Bitlis Tanmdi Zeren The miniatures of "Hiinername" vol. II in the light of a newly discovered document Tayla Husrev Die Bibliothek der Hagia Sophia und die Entdeckungen wdhrend der Restaura- tionsarbeiten Titley Norah Three recently acquired illustrated Ottoman manuscripts in the British Library Tuncer Orhan Cezmi A comparison of the dome in the sacral buildings of the Renaissance and the classical Ottoman period Yenisehirlioglu Filiz Tile samples from the Dome of the Rock and their 20th-century reproductions Yetkin Serare Two painted marble sarcophagi and their relation to Ottoman decorative art Zygulski Zdzislaw Jr. Turkish art in Poland The following papers were also presented at the Congress but their texts have not been sent: Abrahamowicz Z. Inskriebierte turkische Bogen aus Karlsruhe Crowe Y. 13th century revival in 18th century architectural decoration Lagatay N. On the origin of nartex gallery in Ottoman mosques Gerelyes I. Turkish pottery in Hungary in the 16th century Karamaga. Very Good/Very Good.
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KRZYSZTOF MAKOWSKI, PAMELA CASTRO DE LA MATA, GLENDA ESCAJADILLO, MILAGRITOS JIMENEZ, ELSA TOMASTO
Corpus Antiquitatum Americanensium, Polonia-Peru, Ajuares Funerairos de Los Cementerios Prehispanicos de Tablada de Lurin (Periodo Formativo Tardio, Lima, Peru)
Krakow, Academia Polaca de Ciencias y Letras, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Peru. 2012. Soft cover, 31x24 cm. Book, ISBN: 978-83-7676-132-9 Description: paperback, 340 pp. (31x24 cm), CD with the catalogue Condition: very good Weight: 1760g. Corpus Antiquitatum Americanensium, Polonia-Peru, Ajuares funerairos de los cementerios prehispanicos de Tablada de Lurin (Periodo Formativo Tardio, Lima, Peru), Krzysztof Makowski, Pamela Castro de la Mata, Glenda Escajadillo, Milagritos Jimenez, Elsa Tomasto, Academia Polaca de Ciencias y Letras, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Peru, Krakow 2012. Very Good/No Jacket.
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ED. BY TADEUSZ MALINOWSKI
Archaeologia Interregionalis, Problems of the Stone Age in Pomerania
Warsaw, Warsaw University Press. 1986, 1st Edition. (ISBN: 832330114X). Soft cover, 24x17 cm. Book, ISBN: 83-233-0114-X Description: softcover, 282 pages (23x17), figs.; 719 vols. issued Condition: very good Weight: 470g. Archaeologia Interregionalis, Problems of the Stone Age in Pomerania, ed. by Tadeusz Malinowski, Warsaw University Press 1986 From the Editor Tadeusz Malinowski: Introduction to Problems of the Stone Age in Pomerania Stefan Karol Kozlowski; Selected Fragments of the Oldest History of Pomerania and Masuria Tadeusz Wislanski: The Role of Pomerania in the Neolithic Kazimierz Tobolsk!: Introduction to the Postglacial History of Vegetation in Western Pomerania Franciszek Roznowski: Issues of Anthropological Study of Stone Age Populations in Pomerania Krzysztof Cyrek, Ryszard Grygiel, Krystian Nowak: The Basis for Distinguishing the Ceramic Mesolithic in the Polish Lowland Zbigniew Bagniewski: Remarks on Mesolithic Settlement in the Southern Part of the Kashubian Lakeland Lech Czerniak: Band Pottery Danubian Culture in Pomerania Dobrochna Jankowska: Funnel Beaker and Globular Amphorae Cultures in Pomerania Elzbieta Kempisty: Neolithic Cultures of the Forest Zone in Northern Poland Jan Machnik: Cultural Continuity and Discontinuity at the Turn of the Neolithic and the Bronze Age in Western and Central Pomerania Bogdan Balcer: From Studies of Neolithic Flint Industry Development in Pomerania Lucyna Domanska: Selected Problems of Coastal Zone Flint Industry in the Stone Age Danuta Krol: Remarks on the Flint Industry of the Rzucewo Culture Magdalena Kidgley: From Studies of the So-Called Kuiavian Long Barrows Discussion (compiled by Stanislaw Kukcawka) Wlodzimierz Wojciechowski: Speach Closing the Symposium "Problems of the Stone Age in Pomerania" List of Authors. Very Good/No Jacket.
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KARL MARTIN
Corpus Antiquitatum Aegyptiacarum, Ubersee-Museum Bremen, Lieferung 1, Die Altagyptischen Denkmaler, Teil 1
Mainz/Rhein, Verlag Philipp von Zabern. 1991. Soft cover, 30x21,5 cm. Book, Description: 30x21,5cm Condition: very good (new, sealed) Weight: 1585g. Corpus antiquitatum Aegyptiacarum, Ubersee-Museum Bremen, Lieferung 1, Verlag P. von Zabern, Mainz/Rhein 1991 Lose-Blatt-Katalog agyptischer Altertumer. Karl Martin, Die altagyptischen Denkmaler, Teil 1 Each volume of CAA is a loose-leaf catalogue issued in portfolio. Each portfolio consists of ca 90 plates with illustrations and ca 130 text pages. Very Good/No Jacket.
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ED. BY Z. MESTER
The Lithic Raw Material Sources and Interregional Human Contacts in the Northern Carpathian Regions
Krakow-Budapeszt, Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences, Institute of Archaeological Sciences of the Eotvos Lorand University Budapest. 2013. (ISBN: 9788376761381). Hardcover, 24x18. Book, ISBN: 978-83-7676-138-1 Description: hardcover, 150 pp. (24x18 cm) figs. Condition: new Weight: 490g. New/No Jacket.
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ED. BY HENRYK MEYZA, KRZYSZTOF DOMZALSKI
Late Hellenistic to Mediaeval Fine Wares of the Aegean Coast of Anatolia, Their Production, Imitation and Use
Varsovie, Institut des Cultures Mediterraneennes et Orientales de l`Academie Polonaise des Sciences. 2014. (ISBN: 9788392231981). Soft cover, 29,5x21 cm. Book, ISBN: 978-83-7543-368-5 Description: softcover, 215 pages (29,5x21 cm), drawings, plans, photographs Condition: new Weight: 965g. Introduction PART I: Production at Pergamon and its region Sigillata of Pergamon - Eastern Sigillata C. Problems of classification and chronology - by S. Japp, Deutsches Archaologisches Institut, Berlin La production des ateliers de ceramique de Pergame (Vallee de Ketios) : un apercu general - by O. Bounegru, Catedra de Istorie Veche si Arheologie Facultatea de Istorie. Universitatea "A1. I. Cuza" lasi Statistical interpretation of elemental concentration data and the origin of Pergamene pottery - by H. Mommsen, Helmholtz-Institut fur Strahlen- und Kernphysik, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universitat Bonn & S. Japp, Deutsches Archaologisches Institut, Berlin A Pergamene (?) modiolus in the National Museum of Denmark - by J. Lund, Antiksamlingen, Nationalmuseet, K0benhavn PART II: Other production sites of western Anatolia Ephesus - local vs import: The Early Byzantine fine ware - by A. Waldner, Institut fur Kulturgeschichte der Antike, Osterreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften & S. Ladstatter, Osterreichisches Archaologisches Institut, Wien Microstructural characteristics of applique wares from Ephesus - by L. Peloschek, Osterreichisches Archaologisches Institut, Wien & A. Laetzer-Lasar, Internationales Kolleg Morphomata, Universitat zu Koln Aspects of fine ware consumption in Aeolic Kyme (I-VI AD) - by V. Di Giovanni, Missione Archeologica Italiana a Kyme Eolica, Universita degli Studi di Napoli Federico II From Hellenistic to Roman Imperial in Pisidian tableware: the genesis ofSagalassos Red Slip Ware - by M. Van der Enden, University of Leicester, J. Poblome, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven & Ph. Bes, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven Zur Neuentdeckung eines Topfereizentrums der Cypriot Red Slip Ware/Late Roman D Ware im sudlichen Pisidien - by M. Zelle, Lippisches Landesmuseum, Detmold Long-term pottery production and chemical reference groups: examples from Medieval Western Turkey - by S.Y. Waksman, Laboratoire de Archeometrie et Archeologie, CNRS UMR 5138, Maison de 1'Orient et de la Mediterranee, Lyon PART III: Consumption and distribution Hellenistic Pergamene tableware in the northern Black Sea region - by D. Zhuravlev, Gosudarstvennyj Istoriceskij Muzej, Moskva The Pitane workshop and the most successful export of Eastern Sigillata C - by K. Domzalski, Instytut Archeologii i Etnologii, Polska Akademia Nauk, Warszawa Eastern sigillatas (ESA, "Pergamene" and others) in the Delos houses : proportions and uses - by A. Peignard-Giros, HiSoMA (Histoire et Sources des Mondes Antiques), CNRS UMR 5189, Maison de l'Orient et de la Mediterranee, Lyon So-called Pergamenian Sigillata from Delos: post-analysis review of evidence - by H. Meyza, Instytut Kultur Srodziemnomorskich i Orientalnych, Polska Akademia Nauk, Warszawa Late Roman Light Coloured Ware from Parian - by H.E. Ergiirer, Karamanoglu Mehmetbey Universitesi, Karaman LRC (Phocaean) ware pottery in the urban context of Hippos - Susita - by J. Mlynarczyk, Instytut Kultur Srodziemnomorskich i Orientalnych, Polska Akademia Nauk, Warszawa REFERENCES. New/No Jacket.
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K. MICHALOWSKI (ED.)
Nubia. Récentes Recherches. Actes Du Colloque Nubiologique International Au Musée National de Varsovie, 19-22 Juin 1972
Varsovie, Musee National. 1975. Hardcover, with dust jacket, 23x28 cm. Book, Description: hardback, dustjacket, 365 pp. (23x28cm), ills. Condition: very good Weight: 960g. K. Michalowski, Introduction N. M. Sheriff, Address to the Conference W. Y. Adams, The twilight of Nubian Christianity C E. DeVries, Communication concerning the work of the Oriental Institute Nubian Expedition E. Dinkier, Beobachtungen zur Ikonographie des Kreuzes in der nubischen Kunst S. Dooadoni, Les graffiti de 1'eglise de Sonqi Tino P. do Bourguet, Datation raisonnee de la peinture murale copte T. Dzterzykray-Rogalski et S. Jakobielski, La tombe de 1'Eparque Yoannes dans l'eglise a Colonnes en Granit de Dongola (Soudan) P. M. Gartkiewicz, The central plan in Nubian church architecture F. HIntze, Beobachtungen zur altnubischen Grammatik IV, Die Determination S. Jakobielski, Polish Excavations at Old Dongola 1970-1972 M. Krause, Die Formulare der christlichen Grabsteine Nubiens J. Kubinska, La priere nubienne pour les morts et la question de son origine J. Leclant, Les verreries de la necropole meroltique de 1'Ouest a Sedeinga (Nubie soudanaise) Ch. Maystre, Decouvertes recentes (1969-1972) pres d'Akasha C. Detlef G. Muller, Die nubische Literatur. Bestand und Eigenart J. M. Plumley, The Christian Period at Qasr Ibrim, Some Notes on the MSS Finds K. H. Priese, Das ,,athiopische" Niltal bei Bion und Juba (Arbeitsbericht) T. Save-Soderbergh, The Publications of the Scandinavian Joint Expedition to Sudanese Nubia P. L. Shinnie, Excavations at Debeira West L.T8r6k, Man in the Vessel; an Interpretation of a Nubian Fresco Representation P. P. van Moorsel, "Bilder ohne Worte". Problems in Nubian Christian iconography G. Vantini, A propos de deux Rois de 'Aiwa mentionnds par Ibn Hawqal J. Vercoutter, Trouvailles chretiennes de Sal 1970-1972 Annexes. Very Good/Very Good.
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KAZIMIERZ MICHALOWSKI
Palmyre V, Fouilles Polonaises 1963-1964
Warsaw, PWN-Editions Scientifiques de Pologne. 1966, 1st Edition. Hardcover, with dust jacket, 29,5x21 cm. Book, Description: 195 pages (30x21cm) hardback (cloth, dustjacket); 235 photographs, tables, Condition: good (small damages of dustjacket, several stains on cloth, dusted) Weight: 1020g. Avant-propos Premiere partie FORUM Chapitre I - La fouille Premiere epoque (Ier siecle) Deuxieme epoque (IIe - IIIe siecle) epoque byzantine et arabe Le sondage au Nord du temple d'Allath Chapitre II - Liste des elements d'architecture Colonnes Chapiteaux et fragments de chapiteaux corinthiens Futs, bases et piedestaux Elements d'entablement Corniches Frises Fragments d'archivoltes Blocs moulures Chapitre III - Catalogue des objets Sculptures funeraires Fragments de steles, de scenes de banquets et de lits funeraires Tetes et bustes d'hommes Tetes et bustes de femmes Sculptures votives et decoratives Plis de la draperie Objets divers Argile Lampes Tesseres Poterie Bronze Pierre Monnaies Chapitre IV - Catalogue des inscriptions Inscriptions grecques Inscriptions palmyreniennes Deuxieme partie - LE CHANTIER DU TEMPLE DES ENSEIGNES Chapitre V - Observations faites au cours du degagement du terrain Chapitre VI - Elements d'architecture Elements decores Chapiteaux Chapiteaux a volutes plastiques Chapiteaux a volutes ajour?es Chapiteaux a feuilles lisses Chapiteaux de pilastres au feuillage dentele Corniches et chambranles Fragments d'une corniche du portique Elements de decor de l'entree principale du propylee Elements de decor des entrees laterales Elements de decor des niches au-dessus des entrees laterales Elements divers Elements non decores Colonnes Bases Futs de colonnes monolithes Elements d'entablements Linteaux de porte Divers Consoles Fragments de niches decoratives Fragment d'un vantail de porte Blocs Fragments d'autels remployes dans la construction du Temple des Enseignes ornes en haut et en bas de moulures en saillie Chapitre VII - Catalogue des objets Sculptures Objets divers Tesseres Monnaies Table des figures Table des planches Table des plans. Very Good/Good.
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KAZIMIERZ MICHALOWSKI
Palmyre III, Fouilles Polonaises 1961
Warsaw, PWN-Editions Scientifiques de Pologne. 1963, 1st Edition. Hardcover, with dust jacket, 29,5x21 cm. Book, Description: hardback, dust jacket, 260 pp. (29,5x21 cm), 285 figs. 6 plans Condition: very good- (damages of jacket) Weight: 1210g. Avant - propos Premiere partie - CAMP DE DIOCLETIEN Chapitre I - La fouille Époque romaine Époque byzantine et arabe Chapitre II - Éléments d'architecture La Grande Porte Éléments d'architecture trouvés sur l'emplacement de la Grande Porte Éléments d'architecture provenant de la Voie Prétorienne entre le Tétrapyle et la Grande Porte Colonnes Linteaux Fragments d'architraves Fragments de frises Fragments de corniches Fragments divers Chapitre III - Catalogue des objets Sculptures funéraires Fragments de steles archaiques Tetes d'hommes Bustes d'hommes Tetes de femmes Bustes de femmes Fragments de lits funéraires Sculptures décoratives Sculptures votives Objets divers Argile Lampes Poterie Objets en métal Objets divers Monnaies Tesseres Deuxieme partie - VALLÉE DES TOMBEAUX Chapitre IV - Tombeau-tour n° 19 Chapitre V - Catalogue des objets Tetes d'hommes Tetes de femmes Fragments de statues funéraires Fragments de draperie Fragments d'animaux Fragment de bustes d'hommes Fragments divers Lampes et fragments de lampes Poterie Monnaies Troisieme partie - CATALOGUE DES INSCRIPTIONS Chapitre VI - Inscriptions palmyréniennes Table des figures Table des planches Table des plans et coupes. Very Good/Good.
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KAZIMIERZ MICHALOWSKI
Palmyre II, Fouilles Polonaises 1960
Warsaw, PWN-Editions Scientifiques de Pologne. 1962, 1st Edition. Hardcover, with dust jacket, 29,5x21 cm. Book, Description: hardback, dust jacket, 284 pp. (29,5x21 cm), 315 figs. 4 plans Condition: very good- (damages of jacket) Weight: 1510g Kazimierz Michalowski, Palmyre II, Fouilles Polonaises 1960, PWN-Editions Scientifiques de Pologne, Varsovie 1962 Avant-propos Premiere partie -CAMP DE DIOCLÉTIEN Chapitre I - La fouille Époque romaine Le Tétrapyle Les colonnades Époque byzantine Époque arabe Chapitre II - Éléments d'architecture du Tétrapyle Les colonnes Les chapiteaux Les futs Les piliers Les chapiteaux Les blocs Autres éléments du décor appartenant peut-etre au Tétrapyle Chapitre III - Éléments d'architecture non appartenant au Tétrapyle Les chapiteaux Les futs des colonnes Le fronton Linteau et console Fragments d'archivolte Fragments de plafonds Fragments de corniches Moulures Décors divers Deuxieme partie - CATALOGUE Chapitre IV - Sculpture Sculpture décorative Sculpture votive Sculpture funéraire Fragments de lits funéraires Fragments de banquets funéraires Bas-reliefs funéraires Steles funéraires Tetes Hommes Femmes Bustes Hommes Femmes Mains Fragments de broderies et de draperies Broderies Draperies Chapitre V - Objets divers Argile Lampes Poterie Verrerie Tesseres Argile Bronze Monnaies Objets en bronze Chapitre VI - Trésor Pot, bijoux, monnaies Pot Bijoux Monnaies Chapitre VII - Inscriptions Inscriptions grecques Inscriptions palmyréniennes Épitaphes Pyrées Inscriptions diverses Troisicme partie - LA VALLÉE DES TOMBEAUX Chapitre VIII - Premiere étude sur la disposition des tombeaux souterrains dans la Vallée des Tombeaux Chapitre IX - Tombeaux N Chapitre X - Sondage L Table des figures Table des plans et des coupes. Very Good/Good.
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KAZIMIERZ MICHALOWSKI
Palmyre IV, Fouilles Polonaises 1962
Warsaw, PWN-Editions Scientifiques de Pologne. 1964, 1st Edition. Hardcover, with dust jacket, 29,5x21 cm. Book, Description: hardback, dust jacket, 208 pp. (29,5x21 cm), 285 figs. 4 plans Condition: very good- (shelf damages of jacket) Weight: 1070g. Kazimierz Michalowski, Palmyre IV, Fouilles Polonaises 1962, PWN-Editions Scientifiques de Pologne, Varsovie 1964 Avant-propos Premiere partie - CAMP DE DIOCLÉTIEN Chapitre I - La fouille Premiere époque (Ier siecle) Deuxieme époque (IIe-IIIe siecle) Conclusions Chapitre II - Éléments d' architecture provenant du Forum Colonnes Chapiteaux et fragments de chapiteaux Fragments de futs Bases Éléments d'entablement Fragments de corniches Linteaux Frises Éléments divers Chapitre III - Catalogue des objets Sculptures funéraires Tetes et bustes d'hommes Tetes et bustes de femmes Fragments de scenes de banquets et de lits funéraires Sculptures diverses Autels Objets divers Argile Poterie Lampes Tesseres Bijoux Monnaies Deuxieme partie - VALLÉE DES TOMBEAUX Chapitre IV - Tombeau-tour n° 15 Chapitre V - Catalogue des objets Tetes et bustes d'hommes Fragments de sculptures et de bas-reliefs Poterie Lampes Lampe tardive Objets divers Troisieme partie - CATALOGUE DES INSCRIPTIONS Chapitre VI - Inscriptions grecques et palmyréniennes Inscriptions grecques Inscriptions palmyréniennes Table des figures Table des planches. Very Good/Good.
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KAZIMIERZ MICHALOWSKI
Palmyre I, Fouilles Polonaises 1959
Warsaw, PWN-Editions Scientifiques de Pologne. 1960, 1st Edition. Hardcover, with dust jacket, 29,5x21 cm. Book, Description: hardback, dust jacket, 232 pp. (29,5x21 cm), 238 figs. 6 plans Condition: very good- (shelf damages of jacket) Weight: 1025g. Kazimierz Michalowski, Palmyre I, Fouilles Polonaises 1959, PWN-Editions Scientifiques de Pologne, Varsovie 1960 Avant-propos Premiere partie - CAMP DE DIOCLÉTIEN Chapitre I - La fouille La porte prétorienne L'entrée principale L'entrée latérale Sud L'entrée latérale Nord La voie prétorienne entre la porte et le portique Le portique La voie prétorienne entre le portique et le tétrapyle Conclusions Chapitre II - Catalogue des objets Sculpture Tetes Hommes Femmes Bustes Hommes Femmes Mains Fragments de draperies Fragments des reliefs et des statues Monnaies Chapitre III - Liste des éléments d'architecture Deuxieme partie - TOMBEAU DE ZABDA, FILS DE MOQIMO Chapitre IV - La fouille Chapitre V - Catalogue des objets Pierre Argile Verre Métaux Varia Troisieme partie - CATALOGUE DES INSCRIPTIONS Chapitre VI - Inscriptions grecques, trouvées au Camp de Dioclétien Chapitre VII - Inscriptions palmyréniennes, trouvées au Camp de Dioclétien Chapitre VIII - Inscriptions palmyréniennes trouvées dans le Tombeau de Zabdâ Table des figures Table des plans et coupes. Very Good/Good.
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MARIUSZ MIELCZAREK
Ancient Greek Coins Found in Central, Eastern and Northern Europe
Wroclaw, Ossolineum. 1989, 1st Edition. (ISBN: 830403042X). Soft cover, 23,5x17 cm. Book, ISBN: 83-04-03042-X Description: softcover, 205 pp. (23,5x17 cm); plates; 600 vols. issued Condition: very good Weight: 360g. I. Introduction The aim, scope and methods of the study The spatial and chronological scope n. The history and state of research HI. The characterization of the source basis, the state of find recording and the reliability of information TV. The direction and chronology of the inflow of Greek coins, issued till the end of the first century BC, to Central, Eastern and Northern Europe The Greek coins from Sicily and south Italy The coins of Macedonia The Greek coins from Thrace The coins of Greece proper, of the Aegean islands, Epirus, Corcyra and of the Greek cities on the western coast of Asia Minor The coins of Apollonia and Dyrrhachium The coins of the Greek cities of the northern coast of the Black Sea Thecoinsof the Greek cities of the western coast of the Black Sea The coins of Pontus and Paphlagonia The Persian coins The Seleucid coins The coins of the Parthian and Graeco-Bactrian rulers The coins of the Nabataean rulers The coins of the Ptolemies The coins of Carthage and Numidia V. The function of Greek coins in Central, Eastern and Northern Europe in the fourth-first centuries EC VI. Conclusion VII. Catalogue of finds The principles of its arrangement Catalogue Abbreviations. Very Good/No Jacket.
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ALEXANDRA DIMITROVA-MILCHEVA
Antique Engraved Gems and Cameos in the National Archaeological Museum in Sofia
Sofia, Septemvri Publishing House. 1981. Hardcover, with dust jacket, 29x20,5 cm. Book, Description: hardback, dustjacket, 102 pp. (29x20,5 cm), 326 ills. Condition: very good Weight: 680g. Alexandra Dimitrova-Milcheva, Antique Engraved Gems and Cameos in the National Archaeological Museum in Sofia, Septemvri Publishing House, Sofia 1981. Very Good/Very Good.
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ED. BY KAIMAKAKAMOVA MILIANA, SALOMON MACIEJ, ROZYCKA SMORAG MALGORZATA
Byzantium, New Peoples, New Powers: The Byzantino Slav Contact Zone from the Ninth to the Fifteenth Century
Cracow, Jagiellonian University. 2007. (ISBN: 9788388737831). Soft cover, 24x17 cm. Book, ISBN: 978-83-88737-83-1 Description: 366 pages (24x17 cm), 12 photographs Condition: very good Weight: 610g. Foreword Abbreviations Malgorzata Smorag Rozycka, Professor Anna Rozycka Bryzek (1928-2005). Adam Lukaszewicz, On the fringe of the Byzantine world: The "Ethiopian Memnon" and his visitors Stanislaw Turlej, The collapse of the Avar Khaganate and the situation in the southern Balkans. Byzantine and Bulgarian relations in the early 9th century. The birth of Krum's power and its foundations. Telemachos C. Lounghis, Bulgaria instead of Moravia: Evidence of major political changes Martin Hurbanic, What did the Patriarch Photius believe in regards to missionary activity? Lubomira Havlikovd, "Egredere de terra". On geographical-administrative terminology in 9th century legal manuscripts Maciej Salamon, Einige Bemerkungen zur Notitia episcopatuum des Codex Parisinus 1555A Mihailo Popovic, Die Gesandschaften des byzantinischen Kaisers Basileios I. zu den Serben Krzysztof Fokt, Ledzanie - how far from the Empire? Gunter Priming, Nochmals zur historischen Deutung des Bamberger Gunthertuches auf Joahannes Tzimiskes Andrzej Poppe, Svjatoslav the Glorious and the Byzantine Empire Jonathan Shepard, Crowns from the Basileus, crowns from heaven Martin Woloszyn, Zwei Episoden aus der Geschichte der polnisch--byzantinischen Kontakte des 10. bis 12. Jahrhunderts Grzegorz Rostkowski, The Christian Names of Some Members of the Riurik Dynasty as a Testimony of Byzantine Cultural Influences in Kievian Rus', From Olga's Baptism to 1139 Jacek Bonarek, Le Bas Danube dans la seconde moitie du Xl-eme siecle: nouveaux Etats ou nouveaux peuples? Jarostaw Dudek, Prince Oleg-Michael Sviatoslavitch in Byzantine Captivity, 1079-1083: Some Remarks on the Byzantine Empire's Pontic Policy in the Second Half of the Eleventh Century Marta Font, Emperor Manuel Comnenos and the Hungarian Kingdom Radivoj Radio, Bosnia in Byzantine sources Vasil Gjuzelev, L'histoire ecclsiastique de Mesembria - centre de communication frontaliere entre la Bulgarie et Byzance Georgi N. Nikolov, Appearance and Initial Development of Appanages in the Bulgarian Tsardom (late 12th to mid 13th century) Srdan Pirivatric, The Death of Tsar Stefan DuSan: A Contribution to the Issue Darius Baronas, Byzantium and Lithuania: North and South look at each other Mirostaw P. Kruk, Gregory Tsamblak and the Cult of Saint Parasceva, Angel Nikolov, The Medieval Slavonic Translation of the Paraenetical Chapters of Emperor Basil I between the Balkans, Ostrog and Moscow: Preliminary Remarks. Very Good/No Jacket.
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JOLANTA MLYNARCZYK
Nea Paphos III, Nea Paphos in the Hellenistic Period
Varsovie, Editions Geologiques. 1990, 1st Edition. (ISBN: 8301083891). Hardcover, with dust jacket, 30,5x21 cm. Book, ISBN: 83-01-08389-1 Description: 269 pages (30,5x21cm), hardback (cloth+dustjacket), 32 text figures, 78 pho Condition: very good Weight: 1060g. Preface by Wiktor A. DASZEWSKI Abbreviations Introduction Chapter I NEA PAPHOS IN ANCIENT AND BYZANTINE LITERARY SOURCES The name of the city: the distinction between Old and New Paphos The founding of Nea Paphos The Nea Paphos area in the time of Alexander the Great and the Successors The Nea Paphos region in the Hellenistic period The city and chora of Nea Paphos Nea Paphos in the Roman period Earthquakes in Nea Paphos Ancient documents with Cyprus as the subject Conclusions Chapter II HISTORICAL OUTLINE OF DESCRIPTIONS AND SURVEYS OF NEA PAPHOS DURING THE 13th-19th CENTURIES Nea Paphos in reports of travellers in the 13th-16th centuries Nea Paphos in the cartography of the 15th and 16th centuries Descriptions of the relics of Nea Paphos from the 17th and 18th centuries The 19th century accounts of the Nea Paphos area; the first scientific investigations Chapter III TOPOGRAPHICAL AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESEARCH IN THE NEA PAPHOS AREA DURING THE 20th CENTURY The first Cypriot investigations of Nea Paphos Excavations and surveys of the Nea Paphos area after the war Chapter IV THE BEGINNINGS OF NEA PAPHOS The first investigations of the beginnings of the city King Nikokles as founder of the city of Nea Paphos The sanctuary of Apollo Hylates near Nea Paphos Habitation in the Nea Paphos area before the founding of the city The founding of Nea Paphos: the extent of the fortifications, limits of the harbour Chapter V HELLENISTIC NEA PAPHOS IN EPIGRAPHIC SOURCES The role of Nea Paphos in the economical exploitation of Cyprus Nea Paphos - a shipping centre in the 3rd cent. B.C. Nea Paphos as one of the poleis of Cyprus in the 3rd cent. B.C. The garrison of Nea Paphos in the 3rd cent. B.C. The city of Nea Paphos in the 3rd cent. B.C.: the gymnasium, theatre, temples The priesthood of Aphrodite and the cult of the goddess in the chora of Nea Paphos in the 3rd cent. B.C. The region of Nea Paphos and the cult of Arsinoe Philadelphos (the inspiratory role of Cyprus in the religious life of Alexandria) Nea Paphos as capital of Hellenistic Cyprus The Ptolemaic garrison of Nea Paphos in the 2nd and 1st cent. B.C. The role of Nea Paphos in Cyprus between 57/56.and 31/30 B.C. The organization of the city of Nea Paphos in the 2nd and 1 st cent. B.C. The gymnasium in Nea Paphos in the 2nd and 1st cent. B.C. The Guild of Artists of Dionysos in Nea Paphos The cults of divinities in Nea Paphos in the 2nd and 1st cent. B.C. the structure of religious life The ruler cult in Nea Paphos Mediterranean trade relations of the Hellenistic Nea Paphos Table A I. Contacts of Hellenistic Nea Paphos with the Mediterranean regions evidenced by the presence of foreigners in Nea Paphos and Palaepaphos Table A II. Contacts of Hellenistic Nea Paphos with the Mediterranean regions evidenced by the presence of Paphians outside Cyprus or by the proxenia held by them Table B. Juxtaposition of epigraphical finds from the area of Nea Paphos published and dated to the Hellenistic period Chapter VI THE TOPOGRAPHY OF HELLENISTIC NEA PAPHOS Basic elements of the town plan: streets and insulae The harbour Maloutena Quarter Kristo Quarter Domestic architecture: sources Fanari ("Pharos") hill Agora Quarter The gymnasium Fabrika hill Aqueduct Hypogea in the northern part of the city: Ayios Lambrianos, Ayia Solomoni, "Toumballos" Decoration of houses, public buildings and streets CONCLUSIONS Addendum List of figures in the text List of photographs Indexes Photographs. Very Good/Very Good.
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JOLANTA MLYNARCZYK
Tell Atrib III, Terracotta Oil Lamps, Tell Atrib 1985-1995
Varsovie, Centre d'Archeologie Mediterraneenne de l'Academie Polonaise des Sciences, Editions Neriton. 2012, 1st Edition. (ISBN: 9788375432336). Hardcover, 28,5x20 cm. Book, ISBN: 978-83-7543-233-6 Description: hardback,180 pages (28,5x20cm), 44 figs. 30 plates, 300 vols printed Condition: very good Weight: 1150g. Tell Atrib III, Jolanta Mlynarczyk, Terracotta Oil Lamps, Tell Atrib 1985-1995, Centre d'Archeologie Mediterraneenne de l'Academie Polonaise des Sciences, Varsovie 2012 PREFACE by Karol Mysliwiec ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ABBREVIATIONS ABBREVIATIONS FOR COLLECTIONS AND PROVENIENCES OF LAMPS INTRODUCTION General remarks Classification principles Lamp fabrics and their descriptions Conventions TYPOLOGY OF THE LAMPS FROM TELL ATRIB TA I. Wheel-made lamps TA I.1. "Open" ("saucer") lamp with pinched spout TA I.2. "Chimney" lamps (the lamps with central tube) TA I.3. Lamps corresponding to Athenian Howland Type 25 B Prime TA I.4. Lamps with flat-topped nozzle, concave base, side lug on shoulder TA I.5. Lamp with very short flat-topped nozzle, flat raised base and side lug TA I.6. Egyptian descendants of Howland Type 25 D Prime TA I.7. Shallow body on flat raised base; convex ring around filling hole, flat-topped nozzle, no side lug TA I.3-I.7. Fragmentary lamps with flat-topped nozzle (no base parts preserved) TA I.8. Globular body on ring base; convex ring around filling hole, flat-topped nozzle, no side lug TA I.9. Lamps with convex-topped nozzle and concave base (Rhodian type) TA I.10. Related to Rhodian type; collar-like edge around the filling hole cavity and strap handle TA I.11. Lamps with a very short convex-topped nozzle; base concave underneath TA I.12. Lugless lamp, body rounded in section, standing on flat base TA II, 1. Lamps corresponding to Alexandrian Type A TA II 1.a. Lamps standing on concave bases TA II.1.b. Lamps standing on ring bases TA II.1.c. Lamps standing on flat circular bases TA II.1.d. Lamps without any base preserved TA II.2. Decorated variety of Alexandrian Type A and its developments TA II,3. Alexandrian Type L-Prime TA II.4. Alexandrian Type B TA II.4.a. Subtype B.a TA II.4.b. Subtype B.b TA I1.4.c. Subtype B.c TA II.5. Alexandrian Type J TA II.6. Alexandrian Type K TA II.6.a. Subtype K.a TA II.e.b. Subtype K.b TA II.7. Alexandrian Type L TA ILS. Alexandrian Type M TA II.8,8. Subtype M.a TA II.8,b. Subtype M.b TA II.9. Alexandrian Type D TA II.10. Imitation of a bronze lamp. Early Hellenistic TA II.11. Alexandrian Type F TA II.12. Alexandrian Type G TA II.13. Alexandrian Type F/G TA II.14. Alexandrian Type H TA II.15. Alexandrian Types E and R-Pritne TA II.a. Type E TA II.15.b-d. Type E-Piime TA II.15.b, Subtype E-Prime.c.l TA II.15.C. Subtype E-Prime.c.2 TA II.15.d. Subtype E-Prime.c.3 TA II.16. Alexandrian Type P-Prime TA II.17. Alexandrian Type P TA II.18. Alexandrian Types O and O-Prime TA II.18.a. Alexandrian Type O- TA II.l8.b. Alexandrian Type O-Prime TA II.19. Alexandrian Type O/P: variant with handle TA II.20. "Jug" lumps, Hellenistic mould-made TA II.23. Miscellaneous "transitional period" lamps, 1 st century BC/ 1st century AC TA III. Roman period lamps of "Neo-Hellenistic" types TA III.l. Developments of Alexandrian Type M TA III.2. Alexandrian Type S and its development TA III.2.a. Moulds for Type S and lamps which might have been TA III.2.b. Direct development of Type S TA III.3. Ovoid lamps TA IV. Multi-nozzlers and plastic lamps TA IV 1. Multi-nozzlers TA IV.2. Plastic lamps TA IV.2.a. Lamps shaped as figurines TA IV.2.b. Boat-shaped lamps TA IV.2.C. Stemmed lamps on feet TA V. Roman period lamps of Italian types TA V.I LT I TA V.2. LT IV TAV.3. LT III TA V.3.3. Triangular handle attachments V.3.b. Bilobed handle attachments V.3.C. Other forms of handle attachments TA V.4. ian types, handleless TA V.4.a. Bailey Type F TA V.4.b. LT VIII versions, handleless TA V.5. VIII versions, with handles V.5.a. Heart-shaped nozzle V.S.c. Simple nozzle separated from shoulder by three miniai luttons[..]. Very Good/No Jacket.
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