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A Middle Stone Age Sequence from the Central Rift Valley, Ethiopia
Wroclaw, Ossolineum. 1974, 1st Edition. Hardcover, with dust jacket, 24x17 cm. Book, Description: hardback, dustjacket, 232 pp. (24,5x17,5 cm), 56 figs, LII plates, 32 phots. Condition: very good Weight: 595g. PREFACE CONTENTS I.INTRODUCTION II.GEOLOGICAL SETTING lay Claude C. Albritton Jr. 1. Stratigraphy Older Volcanic Rocks Gademotta Formation Younger Volcanic Rocks Lacustrine Deposits Alluvial and Colluvial Deposits 2.Structure 3.Geomorphology Lake Terraces Fissures 4.Geologic History 5.Acknowledgements 6.References III. STRATIGRAPHY AND LITHOLOGT 1.Kulkuletti 2.Gademotta Lower Member Middle Member Upper Member 3. Discussion IV. ARCHAEOLOGY 1.Notes on Techniques of Presentation and Study 2.Notes on Typology 3.Site Reports Gademotta Site ETH-72-8B Site ETH-72-7B Site ETH-72-6 Site ETH-72-5 Kulkuletti Site ETH-72-1 Site ETH-72-9 V.DISCUSSION 1.Elements of Functional Variability Kulkuletti Area Gademotta Area 2. The Taxonomic Variability Technology Typology VI.SOME MAMMALIAN BEMAINS FBOM A FOSSIL WADI NEAR THE BASE OF THE GADEMOTTA FOBMATION by Achilles Gautier 1.Description of the Material. 2.Conclusions 3.References BIBLIOGRAPHY APPENDICES 1. Mechanical Sample Analyses by J. Kossakowska-Such 2. Chemical Sample Analyses by J. Kossakowska-Such PLATES. Very Good/Very Good.
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Corinthian and Italo-Corinthian Pottery from the Polish Collections
Cracow, Jagiellonian University Press. 1989, 1st Edition. (ISBN: 8301093498). Soft cover, 24x17 cm. Book, ISBN: 83-01-09349-8 Description: 74 pages, 138 photographs, 785 vols. issued Condition: very good Weight: 265g. Ewdoksia Papuci-Wladyka, Corinthian and Italo-Corinthian Pottery from the Polish Collections, Jagiellonian University Press, Krakow 1989 1. INTRODUCTION 2. CATALOGUE OF POTTERY 2.1. Geometric 2.2. Protocorinthian 2.3. Transitional 2.4. Early Corinthian 2.5. Middle Corinthian 2.6. Late Corinthian I 2.7. Late Corinthian II 2.8. Late Corinthian III 2.9. Italo-Corinthian 3. BIBLIOGRAPHY 4. PLATES. Very Good/No Jacket.
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Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum, Poland, Fascciule 11: Cracow Fascicule 1, Jagiellonian University Institute of Archaeology 1, Jagiellonian University Museum
Cracow, Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences. 2012. (ISBN: 9788376761428). Hardcover, 33x24 cm. Book, ISBN: 978-83-7676-142-8 Description: hardback, cloth, 215 pp. (33x24cm), 123 plates, DVD with the catalogue Condition: very good Weight: 1830g. Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum, Poland, Fascciule 11: Cracow Fascicule 1, Jagiellonian University Institute of Archaeology 1, Jagiellonian University Museum by Ewdoksia Papuci-Wladyka, Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences, Cracow 2012 Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum (abbreviated CVA) is an international research project for ceramic documentation of the classical area. CVA is the first and oldest research project of the Union Acadmique Internationale of France. The first project meeting was organized by Edmond Pottier in Paris in 1919. The final decision was to publish a comprehensive catalogue of ancient Greek vases. He was also the publisher of the first fascicle for the Louvre in 1922. At this time six countries were part of the project. Today the project covers a compendium of more than 100,000 vases located in collections of 26 participating countries. At present day only public collections located in museums are added to the catalogue. Every participating country is completely responsible for their own scope, while the Union Acadmique Internationale in Brussels has the patronage traditionally led by a French scientist. The CVA publishes Greek and Italian ceramics of the classical period between the seventh millennium B.C. and the late Antiquity (third-fifth century A.D.). The publications are divided into fascicles by country and museum.(From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia) INTRODUCTION ABBREVIATIONS JAGIELLONIAN UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE OF ARCHAEOLOGY EAST GREEK FAIENCE IONIAN OR EAST GREEK CORINTHIAN Early Corinthian Middle Corinthian Late Corinthian LACONIAN ETRUSCO-CORINTHIAN ATHENIAN BLACK FIGURE BOEOTIAN BLACK FIGURE ETRUSCAN BLACK FIGURE ATHENIAN RED FIGURE AND WHITE GROUND Late Archaic Early Classical Ripe Classical Late Classical LUCANIAN RED FIGURE APULIAN RED FIGURE CAMPANIAN RED FIGURE SICILIAN RED FIGURE APULIAN GNATHIA ITALIAN OR ETRUSCAN OVERPAINTED WARES JAGIELLONIAN UNIVERSITY MUSEUM ATHENIAN RED FIGURE APULIAN GNATHIA APULIAN OR CAMPANIAN BLACK GLAZE HELLENISTIC WEST SLOPE TYPE INDEX OF INVENTORY NUMBERS INDEX OF PAINTERS, WORKSHOPS, STYLISTIC GROUPS AND CLASSES INDEX OF PRINCIPAL SUBJECTS, MOTIFS AND PATTERNS INDEX OF GRAFFITI AND DIPINTI LIST OF FIGURES PLATES 1 [POLAND 463] - 123 [POLAND 585]. Very Good/No Jacket.
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Byzantine Coins in Central Europe between the 5th and 10th Century, Proceedings from the Conference Organised by Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences and Institute of Archaeology University of Rzeszow Under the Patronage of Union Academique International (Programme No. 57 Moravia Magna) Krakow, 23-26 IV 2007
Krakow, Academie Polonaise des Sciences et des Lettres, Institut d'Archeologie, Universite de Rzeszow. 2009. (ISBN: 9788376760087). Hardcover, 30,5x22 cm. Book, ISBN: 978-83-7676-008-7 Description: hardback, 684 pp. (30,5x22cm), phots. maps, drawings Condition: very good Weight: 2250g. Byzantine Coins in Central Europe between the 5th and 10th Century, ed. by M. Woloszyn. Proceedings from the conference organised by Polish Academy of arts and Sciences and Institute of Archaeology University of Rzeszow under the patronage of Union Academique International (Programme No. 57 Moravia Magna) Krakow, 23-26 IV 2007, Krakow 2009 Vorwort des Herausgebers ROMANS, BARBARIANS, TREASURES: HISTORICAL INTERPRETATION, THE INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION Matthias Hardt Tribute und Jahrgelder in fruhmittelalterlichen Konigsschatzen als Faktoren der Munzdistribution in Ostmitteleuropa Georges Depeyrot A network for the study of coin finds in Europe LATE ANTIQUITY: EMPIRE Francois Planet From Aetius to Clovis: An unpublished argenteus struck at Trier at the end of the 5th century Zeljko Demo INVICTISSIMVS AVTOR - an unusual series of Baduila (Totila): a new example from Croatia Maja Hadzi-Maneva Coin Hoards From Late 6th and 7th Century Discovered in the Republic of Macedonia Delia Moisil, Gabriel Talmatchi, Gabriel Custurea Single finds from the 5th century A.D. in Dobrogea Gabriel Custurea Some Guiding Remarks on Byzantine Coin Circulation in Dobrogea (G"1-?"1 c. A.D.). Mihaela lacob La circulation monetaire a (L)Ibida (Scythie Mineure) du Ve siecle au debut du VII siecle MIGRATION PERIOD: BARBARICUM (4th-5th CENTURY) Peter Prohaszka Ost- und westromische Goldmunzen des 5. Jahrhunderts im Karpatenbecken Eva Kolnikova, Karol Pieta Spatromische und volkerwanderungszeitliche Miinzhorte und andere Miinzfunde im nordlichen Karpatenbecken Aleksander Bursche Germanic gold bracteates from the hoard in Zagorzyn near Kalisz Jaroslaw Bodzek Remarks on the Inflow of Roman Coins into Southern Poland in the Second Half of the 4th and in the 5th Centuries A.D. Marcin Piotrowski, Grzegorz Dajbrowski A solidus of Theodosius II from Opaka in the context of other finds from district Lubaczow dated to AD 5th century Renata Ciotek Der Zufluss von Solidi in die sudlichen Ostseegebiete Helle W. Horsnaes Late Roman and Byzantine coins found in Denmark Tuukka Talvio Solidus finds in the Northern lands Jorg Drauschke Byzantinische Miinzen des ausgehenden 5. bis beginnenden 8. Jahrhunderts in den ostlichen Regionen des Merowingerreiches Heinz Winter Die byzantinischen und karolingischen Fundmiinzen aus dem osterreichischen Bereich der Avaria -eine Neubearbeitung Jiff Militky Finds of the Early Byzantine Coins of the 6lh and the 7th century in the Territory of the Czech Republic Jan Hunka Finds of Byzantine Coins from the 5th-10th century from the northern part of the Carpathian Basin Jozef Zabojnik Antike Munzen im Gebiet der Slowakei aus der Zeit des Awarischen Khaganats Peter Somogyi Der Fund von Kleinschelken (Siebenbiirgen, 1856) im Lichte neuentdeckter Archivdaten Andrei Gandila Face value or bullion value? Early Byzantine Coins beyond the Lower Danube Border Marcin Woloszyn Byzantinische Munzen aus dem 6.-7. Jh. in Polen Felix Biermann Byzantine Coin Finds from the 6th to the 8th century between Elbe and Oder and their meaning for Settlement History Yurij A. Prokopenko Byzantine coins of the 5th-9th century and their imitations in the Central and Eastern Ciscaucasus MIDDLE AGES Tomislav Separovic Coin Finds of Emperor Constantine V Copronymus in southern Croatia Ernest Oberlander-Tarnoveanu The Byzantine Empire and the territories north of the Lower Danube 11th c.). The numismatic evidence Nad'a Profantova Byzantine coins from the 9th - 10th century from the Czech Republic Lubos Polansky, Lenka Vacinova The Roman and Byzantine Coins in the Hoard Find from Kelc (Czech Republic) Adam Gliksman Some remarks on the beginning of influx of Byzantine coins into Wielkopolska in the 10th century Maciej Salamon A Gilded Miliaresion from Excavations in the Market Square in Cracow. Very Good/No Jacket.
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Corpus Antiquitatum Americanensium, Pologne I, Peruvian Pottery from the Collection of the Archaeological Museum in Cracow
Krakow, Academie Polonaise des Sciences et des Lettres. 1998. (ISBN: 8386956305). Soft cover, 32x24 cm. Book, ISBN: 83-86956-30-5 Description: paperback 184pp. (32x24 cm) figs. 74 plates Condition: new Weight: 1214g. New/No Jacket.
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Seleucid and Arsacid Studies, a Progress Report on Developments in Source Research
Krakow, Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences. 2003. (ISBN: 8388857622). Hardcover, with dust jacket, 24x17 cm. Book, ISBN: 83-88857-62-2 Description: hardback, jacket, 103 pp. (24x17cm), map Condition: very good Weight: 350g. I. Iran during the formation of the Hellenistic State. A source analysis II. The weakness of the Seleucid Kingdom: satrap rebellions and Scythian and Celtic invasions III. A critique of Arrian's account of the origins of the Arsacid Parthian State. The role of Strabo and Justin IV. New sources from Iran and Babylonia for Seleucid and Arsacid history, and their significance for the reconstruction of the historical developments V. Central Asia, its links and role in the shaping of the new Hellenistic order in the Near East VI. Seleucid setbacks in the struggle against the Arsacids, and the Seleucid anti-Arsacid propaganda campaign VII. A reconstruction of the process of disintegration of Seleucid power in Iran in the 3rd century BC VIII. The historicity of Arsaces I and his invasion of Iran IX. The peoples of Central Asia, their cultural level and reaction to the Macedonian imperialist threat X. The Arsacids and the Hellenistic world: a critique of some recent opinions XI. Source analysis and criticism. New grounds for a chronology of the disintegration of Seleucid power in Iran and its causes XII. The Arsacids and the Iranian world: policies and reform III. Seleucids and Arsacids in the Roman sphere of influence. Demise of the Seleucids Arsacids versus Rome in Armenia XIV. Domestic transformations in the Parthian state: the Arsacids claim the Achaemenid legacy Literary sources Sources index Selected bibliography Index of ancient sources Index of modern authors General index. Very Good/Very Good.
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From Samland to Rogaland. East-West Connections in the Baltic Basin During the Early Migration Period
Warsaw, Panstwowe Muzeum Archeologiczne. 2001. (ISBN: 839099271X). Hardcover, 21x30,5 cm. Book, ISBN: 83-909927-1-X Description: hardback, 256pp. (21x30,5cm), drawings, plans, photographs (LIX plates) Condition: very good Weight: 1165g. Preface 1. Introduction 2. Material 2.1. The Baltic Sea in the Early Migration Period 2.2. Crossbow brooches with long, narrow foot Type Schonwarling/Skowarcz and its development 2.3. Star- and spade-footed brooches with crossbow and cruciform construction 2.4. Crossbow fibulae with an animal head on the foot. Types Sensburg/Mragowo and Daumen/Tumiany 3. The Sosdala horizon and correlation of Bait-Scandinavian chronology 4. Conclusions The elite and the middle class - society around the Baltic Sea References Catalogue Plates. Very Good/No Jacket.
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African Studies in Poland, Selected Papers in Cultural Anthropology
Warsaw, Polish Academy of Sciences, Committee for Oriental Studies. 1980, 1st Edition. (ISBN: 8301015837). Soft cover, 24x17 cm. Book, ISBN: 83-01-01583-7 Description: softcover, 155 pp. (24x16,5 cm); ills. first ed. 400 vols issued. Condition: very good Weight: 275g. Preface ANDRZEJ WIERCINSKI Time-spatial regularities in the distribution of anthropological structures in Egypt KAZIMIERZ MICHALOWSKI Faras, Polish contribution to the Nubian campaign WLADYSLAW FILIPOWIAK The capital of mediaeval Mali (Niani in the 6th to 17th century) ANDRZEJ ZAJACZKOWSKI The Ashanti in transition (Professor M. Fortes' theory revized) ANDRZEJ WALIGORSKI A study of the local and family ties of the Luo people ELZBIETA REKLAJTIS Linguistic asymmetry in communication between distinct cultural systems and its effect on their development STANISLAW PILASZEWICZ Hausa language in the modern world - a tentative typology of its neologisms. Very Good/No Jacket.
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Honos Bigae, le Statue Onorarie Romane Su Biga, Swiatowit Supplement Series a: Antiquity, Vol VII
Warsaw, Institute of Archaeology Warsaw University. 2001. (ISBN: 8387496324). Hardcover, 29,5x21 cm. Book, ISBN: 83-87496-32-4 Description: hardback, 179 pp. (29,5x21cm), 8 figs. Condition: new Weight: 635g. Premessa Abbreviazioni Introduzione A. Le statue onorarie su biga a Roma I. Celebrano bigarum. La biga come statua onoraria per i pretori (Plin. N.H. 34, 20) IL Biga onoraria di Seiano (luv. 10, 56-64) B. Honos bigae nell'Impero romano I. Testimonianze epigrafiche Italia 1. Praeneste, 2. Formiae?, 3. Puteoli, 4. Capua?, 5. Cumae?, 6. Amiternum, 7. Urvinum Mataurense, 8-9. Pisaurum Sicilia 10. Panhormus Africa Proconsularis 11-13. Lepcis Magna, 14. Sabratha, 15. Madauros, 16. Thysdrus Numidia 17. Cirta, 18-20. Ciiicul IL Persone onorate di statua su biga e loro carriera III. Motivi dell'assegnazione dell'honos bigae IV. Assegnazione delYhonos bigae V. Erezione della statua su biga VI. La testimonianza delYhonos bigae in CILII1086 - il caso dubbio VII. Epigrafia e archeologia. Le possibilitr di riconoscimento dei frammenti delle bighe onorarie e dei loro piedistalli C. La statua onoraria su biga a Tarso come componente della realtr municipale nel romanzo Historea Apollonii regis Tyri Epilogo. La posizione delle statue su biga tra le altre immagini onorarie romane Indice delle figure. New/No Jacket.
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Ptolemais in Cyrenaica, Studies in Memory of Tomasz Mikocki, Ptolemais I
Warsaw, University of Warsaw, Institute of Archaeology. 2012. (ISBN: 9788361376453). Hardcover, 30,5x23,5 cm. Book, ISBN: 978-83-61376-45-3 Description: hardback, 419 pp. (30,5x23,5cm), phots. drawings, plans Condition: new Weight: 2130g. MONIKA REKOWSKA Ptolemais in early European research and topography of the city in travellers' accounts WIESLAW MALKOWSKI JERZY ZELAZOWSKI Some remarks on the history and topography of Ptolemais in the light of Polish research KRZYSZTOF MISIEWICZ Geophysical prospection in Ptolemais - interim report MIRON BOGACKI Archaeological kite aerial photography in Ptolemais in years 2006-2008 WIESLAW MALKOWSKI Investigation of the aqueduct of Ptolemais using GPS RTK survey equipment FARAJ ABDUL KARIM OMRAN TAHIR The ancient sarcophagus from the basilica in Wadi Omran and the necropoleis of Ptolemais RADOSLAW TUSZNIO A new statua loricata from Ptolemais. Aspects of conservation and exhibition of the sculpture JERZY ZELAZOWSKI General remarks on Polish excavations in Ptolemais MONIKA REKOWSKA Architectural decoration of the House of Leukaktios: preliminary remarks JERZY ZELAZOWSKI Painted decoration from the House of Leukaktios 183 KRZYSZTOF CHMIELEWSKI Wall paintings from the House of Leukaktios. Technology and conservation IRENA Koss ANNA ZATORSKA JOANNA KURKOWSKA Studies on samples of wall paintings from the House of Leukaktios ADAM LAJTAR Greek inscriptions discovered during archaeological works of the Polish mission RENATA KUCHARCZYK Glass with cut decoration from the House of Leukaktios PIOTR JAWORSKI Roman Republican coins found in Ptolemais 285 MONIKA MUSZYNSKA Figural marble and limestone sculptures from the Polish excavations in Ptolemais KRZYSZTOF DOMZALSKI At the crossroads of trade routes: terra sigillata, red slip wares and related fine pottery from the Polish excavations in Ptolemais (2002-2009) ZOFIA KOWARSKA Late Roman unguentaria from the Polish excavations at Ptolemais MICHAL AUCH The resource base for the production of local pottery in Ptolemais in the light of preliminary research ZOFIA KOWARSKA SZYMON LENARCZYK Preliminary remarks on coarse pottery from Polish excavations in Ptolemais SZYMON LENARCZYK Pottery from cisterns discovered during Polish excavations in Ptolemais in 2002-2008 PIOTR JAWORSKI Synesius Stanislao Ilovio Polono interprete. A newly acquired 16th century book in the collection of the National Library of Poland PIOTR JAWORSKI Bibliography of Polish archaeological research in Cyrenaica. New/No Jacket.
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Pre-Columbian Maya Graffiti, Context, Dating and Function
Krakow, Alter. 2014. (ISBN: 9788364449161). Soft cover, 27x19cm. Book, ISBN: 978-83-64449-16-1 Description: softcover, 355 pp. (27x19cm), figs. 85 plates Condition: new Weight: 1180g. Graffiti have always been a popular means of expression for people from different social strata in ancient as well as modern societies. They constitute a rich source of information on both the daily life and religious activities of the people who created them. Although ancient graffiti are mostly known from the Old World, especially from the Roman Empire or Egypt, they were also very popular in the pre-Columbian world. Ancient Maya civilisation, which once thrived in the rainforests of Mexico and Central America, has an extremely extensive corpus of graffiti. Many Maya sites have graffiti of various types, including inscribed, painted, gouged, impressed and sketched with charcoal. Maya graffiti were usually executed on the plaster surfaces of architectural buildings: chiefly on walls, vaults, floors, as well as benches and other architectural elements. Most examples are figural images that usually represent people, animals, architectural buildings and geometrical designs. They may also depict supernatural beings, symbolic and religious objects and many other subjects, usually related to the socio-political and religious lives of the Maya elites.Despite architectural graffiti being broadly present in various Maya sites, they remain a relatively rarely studied phenomenon. Little interest has been shown in this kind of art and Maya graffiti tend to be published as minor appendices to larger archaeological reports. Moreover, in the case of many Maya sites, the graffiti were not even documented or recorded. This attitude of sidelining Maya graffiti stemmed from the fact that many scholars considered graffiti to be trivial scribbles or the inconsequential work of the Postclassic or Colonial populations squatting in Maya palaces and temples after they had been abandoned by their original inhabitants. Such long held views in the field are changing; recent studies by various scholars have shown that the meaning of graffiti is far more complex and sophisticated than previously thought. The current view is that graffiti were made by various authors in different periods of time and by people representing different social groups. This book constitutes a comprehensive treatment of the subject of graffiti and provides comparative iconographic data on graffiti from various Maya sites. It also has ample and up-to-date information about graffiti, including its dating, meaning, techniques of rendition and function. List of figures, tables and charts Acknowledgements Preface CHAPTER I DEFINITION OF THE TERM GRAFFITI Introduction Modern graffiti and definitions Problems with definition in ancient cultures What comprises graffiti in Maya area? Cave art, rock art and what does not comprise graffiti CHAPTER II FROM PHARAONIC EGYPT TO MEDIEVAL EUROPE: AN OVERVIEW OF GRAFFITI BEYOND THE MAYA AREA Introduction Ancient Egypt Ancient Greece Roman Empire Medieval and early modern Europe Mesoamerican graffiti CHAPTER III HISTORY OF RESEARCH ON MAYA GRAFFITI The Beginnings: 19th and the first half of the 20th century Tikal Project research and a new epoch in studying Maya graffiti Recent decades CHAPTER IV TECHNIQUES OF RENDERING MAYA GRAFFITI Introduction Techniques of Maya graffiti Documentation techniques CHAPTER V THEMATIC CONTENT Methodological background General description of all iconographic categories Narrative scenes CHAPTER VI CONTEXT, DATING, FUNCTION AND MEANING OF MAYA GRAFFITI Spatial distribution Location of Maya graffiti: Architectural context Dating of graffiti Stylistic diversity of Maya graffiti Interpretations of Maya graffiti Determining function: Testing various hypotheses and seeking the authors of the graffiti CHAPTER VII CONCLUSIONS REFERENCES CATALOGUE. New/No Jacket.
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Banganarti on the Nile, an Archaeological Guide
Warsaw, Artibus Mundi. 2014. Soft cover, 21x15 cm. Book, Description: softcover, 87 pp. (21x15 cm), ills Condition: new Weight: 195g. Acknowledgements Introduction Banganarti on the Nile The discovery and aftermath 2001 2002 2003 etc Brief descriptions of the best murals Chapel 1 Chapel 2 Chapel 3 Chapel 5 Chapel 6 Chapel 7 Space 13 Room 20 Room 21 The Lower Church Illustrating Heaven and Hell, the Lower Church imagery Room 4 Space 8 Space 16 Space 18 Appendix. Sources on Banganarti/Tanqasi Bibliographic abbreviations For further reading. New/No Jacket.
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Kings and Pilgrims, St Raphael Church II at Banganarti, Mid-Eleventh to Mid-Eighteenth Century
Warsaw, Wydawnictwo Neriton, IKSiO PAN. 2015. (ISBN: 9788375433715). Soft cover, 29,5x21,5 cm. Book, ISBN: 978-83-7543-371-5 Description: paperback, 374 pp. (29,5x21 cm), figs. Condition: new Weight: 1650g. Acknowledgements Introduction I Archaeological exploration of the Upper Church at Banganarti II Historical background. A sketch of Middle Nile history from the mid-eleventh to mid-eighteenth centuries III The enclosure in short IV St Raphael of Banganarti. Ritual and architectural adaptation V The Raphaelion's holy and unholy spaces. A detailed description of the Upper Church Introduction 1. List of the Upper Church murals 2. The eastern suite of chapels - Chapel 1 - Chapel 2 - Chapel 3 - Chapel 4 - Chapel 5 - Chapel 6 - Chapel 7 3. The northern suite of rooms - Room 8 - Room 9 - Room 10 4. The western suite of rooms and spaces - Space 11 (northern entrance vestibule) - Space 12 (northern staircase) - Space 13 (northern staircase vestibule) - Room 14 - Room 15 - Room 16 - Space 17 (southern staircase vestibule) - Space 18 (southern staircase) - Space 19 (southern entrance vestibule) 5. Southern suite of rooms - Room 20 - Room 21 - Room 22 6. Subsidiary rooms and spaces behind the eastern chapels - Room 23 - Room 24 - Space 25 (connector between Room 24 and Chapel 26) - Chapel 26 7. Northern portico (Spaces 27-31) 8. Western portico (Spaces 32-38) 9. Southern portico (Spaces 39-43) 10. The nave (Space 44) VI. Was incubation practiced in the Upper Church? VII. Images of authority vs the authority of images. Makurian political theology and royal iconography VIII. Conclusions Appendices 1. Archangel Raphael in inscriptions from the Upper Church at Banganarti (by Adam Lajtar) 2. Anthropological analysis of human remains from Tomb 1 & 2 below the Upper Church at Banganarti (by Karol Piasecki) 3. The holy protectors of the Nubian rulers and symbolism of numbers in the Upper Church in Banganarti (by Magdalena Laptas) 4. Historic fauna. Animal representations and faunal remains from the Upper Church (by Marta Osypihska and Bogdan Zurawski) 5. L'apport des portraits de Banganarti a 1'etude du costume et des textiles (by Magdalena Wozniak) 6. Oil lamps in the liturgical and common folk practice. The Upper Church at Banganarti - a case study (by Aneta Cedro) Bibliographical abbreviations Bibliography Indices. New/No Jacket.
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Nubia II, Survey and Excavations between Old Dongola and Ez-Zuma, Southern Dongola Reach Survey I
Varsovie, Centre d'Archeologie Mediterraneenne de l'Academie Polonaise des Sciences, Editions Neriton. 2003, 1st Edition. (ISBN: 8388973746). Hardcover, 28,5x20 cm. Book, ISBN: 83-88973-74-6 Description: hardback, 557 pp. (29,5x21 cm), 189 plates, 342 figs. maps, drawings Condition: very good Weight: 2370g. Acknowledgments I. Introduction II. Study Area II. Textual and visual evidence IV. Methods, strategies and periodisation in the Southern Dongola Reach Survey V. History of archaeological research within the Southern Dongola Reach (1966-2003) VI. Site Gazetteer VI.1. Old Dongola - Bukubul (massifs of Jebel Kullaru and Ez-Zuruq included) VI.2. Hammur (with Excavations at Hammur Abbasiya by Mahmoud El Tayeb) VI.3. Banganarti (with Tangasi and Euros Islands) VI.4 Selib VI.5. Karendiwai-Argi VI.6. Abkur VI.7. Tergis VI.8. Basin of Affad (with Jebel Umm Nuqqara massif) (with the exploration of the site Affad 23 described by Marta & Piotr Osypinski) VI.9. Ed-Diffar VI.10. El-Hau VI.11. Kuri, Es-Sidr, Takkar, Mura VI.12. Rekabiya, En-Nafab, Arki, El-Bar, El-Barsa VI.13. El-Karafab, Ed-Deiga VI.14. El-Arak, Hugeir, Magal VI.15. Bakhit, Magashi, Ez-Zuma, and left bank sites (Usli, Merawi) VII. An Overview of the Ceramics (Jacke Philips) VIII. Proto-Kushite (?) ceramics. An archaeological enigma (Edyta Klimaszewska-Drabot) IX. Preliminary Report on the Pottery from the Soniyat Temple (Mariola Orzechowska) X. The pottery assemblage from the Hammur Abbasiya tumulus field (SDRS Hammur 2) (Jacke Philips and Mahmoud El-Tayeb) XI. Southern Dongola Reach in Prehistory (Piotr Osypinski) XII. Lithic industries in the Southern Dongola Reach (Piotr Osypinski) XIII. Anthropological analysis of the human remains from the Southern Dongola Reach (Karol Piasecki) XIV. Faunal Remains from the Southern Dongola Reach (Marta Osypiriska) XV. Fortifications in the Southern Dongola Reach of the Nile (Marcin Wiewiora) XVI. Inscriptions from the "Anchorite Grotto" at Ez-Zuma (Adam Lajtar) XVII. Oral testimonies regarding the fortresses in the Southern Dongola Reach (collected during the SDRS 2000 season). A Preliminary Report (Mahmoud Suliman M. Bashir) XVIII. Magnetic surveys on the sites of Tergis 40 (Soniyat) and Banganarti 1 (Krzysztof Misiewicz) XIX. Conclusions and afterthoughts XX. List of Arabic and Nubian words XXI. General Abbreviations and Bibliographies References XXII. List of figures XXIII. Index of toponyms XXIV. Index of personal names. Very Good/No Jacket.
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Catalogue: Nubian Studies
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