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Deir El-Bahari (Habitat Prehistorique), Fasc I, Travaux de la Mission Archeologique de L'Universite Jagellone En Egypte
Cracow, Jagiellonian University Press. 1976, 1st Edition. Soft cover, 24x17 cm. Book, Description: softcover, 76 pages (24x17cm), 37 figs.; 760 vols. issued Condition: very good Weight: 150g. Deir el-Bahari (habitat prehistorique), fasc I, Travaux de la mission archeologique de l'Universite Jagellone en Egypte, redacteur Janusz K. Kozlowski, Jagiellonian University Press, Cracow 1976 Préface (Maria L.Bernhard) 1. Introduction (Janusz K. Kozlowski) 2. Topographie préhistorique du cirque de Deir el-Bahari (Barbara Drobniewicz, Boleslaw Ginter, Janusz K. Kozlowski) 3. Etude du site n° 10 (Janusz K. Kozlowski) 4. Un outillage du site n° 20 (Barbara Drobniewicz, Boleslaw Ginter) 5. Etudes sur les graffiti préhistoriques (Joachim Sliwa) 6. Bibliographie. Very Good/No Jacket.
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Abusir XI, the Architecture of the Mastaba of Ptahshepses
Prague, Czech Institute of Egyptology. 2008, 1st Edition. (ISBN: 9788020017284). Hardcover, 30x21 cm. Book, ISBN: 978-80-200-1728-4 Description: hardcover, 191 pp. (30x21cm), pls with b&w and col. ills. maps, plans Condition: very good Weight: 1000g. The text consists of six chapters dealing with the history of exploration, with the tomb owner - Vizier Ptahshepses - his social status and his role within the royal court as well as with other members of his family, with the location of the mastaba in the frames of the Abusir Royal Necropolis. The largest part of the monograph is represented by the fourth chapter, which is dedicated to the description of the individual building stages of the mastaba. Besides the description of the remaining masonry and the architectural elements, possible reconstructions of the original appearance of the mastaba's respective parts are presented as well. The fifth chapter (Remarks on the architecture and function of the mastaba) emphasises some features of the mastaba's architecture which are discussed in the broader context of the development of ancient Egyptian architecture during the Third Millennium B.C. This chapter also includes a discussion on the spatial and functional analysis of the mastaba. The sixth, concluding chapter, sums up the previously mentioned topics and the place of the tomb and its owner in the framework of the development of the Old Kingdom. It is also devoted to an analysis of the dating of the mastaba's construction. The results of the long-lasting archaeological exploration of the mastaba of Ptahshepses, one of the largest nonroyal Old Kingdom tombs, are published in this volume. The book deals primarily with the survey of the complex architecture of this funerary monument, paying attention to all important features of this in many respects unique building. The aspects of its architectural development are described and analysed in the context of the development of both royal and nonroyal mortuary architecture of the second half of the Egyptian Old Kingdom. The functions and related religious aspects of the architectural elements of this tomb are discussed. The vast tomb of Vizier Ptahshepses represents the first attestation of the long tradition of constructions of the nonroyal "mortuary temples" which lasted down to the Late period. Very Good/No Jacket.
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Abusir XII, Minor Tombs in the Royal Necropolis I (the Mastabas of Nebtyemneferes and Nakhtsare, Pyramid Complex Lepsius No. 24 and Tomb Complex Lepsius No. 25)
Prague, Czech Institute of Egyptology. 2008, 1st Edition. (ISBN: 9788073081812). Hardcover, 30x21 cm. Book, ISBN: 9788073081812 Description: hardcover, 287 pp. (30x21cm), pls with b&w and col. ills. drawings, plans Condition: very good Weight: 1180g. This monograph presents a report on the results of the archaeological excavations of the Czech Institute of Egyptology undertaken from 1987 until 2004 and held in the area of the Abusir minor tombs clustered around the tombs of the 5th Dynasty kings. The first chapter isdevoted to the excavation and description of the mastaba of Nebtyemneferes, a rather enigmatic identity - probably a princess - who was buried among the tombs of the members of the royal family in the southern part of the Abusir pyramid necropolis. The tomb includescommon features of Abusir tombs of the period.The second chapter deals with research into the mastaba of Prince Nakhtsare, located to the south of Raneferef's mortuary temple; it is the northernmost tomb in a row of tombs located on the southern border of the royal necropolis.The important position of this very destroyed tomb is also indicated by its rich burial equipment, as well as by the masons' marks found on the masonry of the mastaba. The third chapter is devoted to the pyramid complex of an unknown queen in a tomb known as Lepsius no. 24. Because a large number of masons' marks was present on this pyramid's walls, and, in addition, because of the bad state of preservation of this monument, we have been able to study in an unique way the methods used by the ancient architects and builders in the construction of royal monuments in the middle of the Fifth Dynasty. A further chapter is dedicated to a most exceptional complex - the monument known to us now as Lepsius no. 25. This monument represents a double tomb whose name was written as double pyramid. Unfortunately, it is in a very desolated state of preservation, so much so that many details of its intriguing architecture as well as the burial equipments, etc. have been lost to us forever. The sixth chapter is devoted to the anthropological material discovered during the archaeological excavations of these monuments. The majority of this material is represented by remains coming from the Late Period cemeteries, which once covered this area. In addition to this fairly large group, there is one very significant study featuring the fragments of a female mummy which might have belonged to the owner of the pyramid complex Lepsius no. 24. A study of the stone vessels found in the monuments discussed in this monograph represents an Appendix. Very Good/No Jacket.
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Boeknummer: 625
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Trefwoorden: 9788073081812 abusir, ancient egypt, tomb, mastaba Abusir

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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Trefwoorden: 8385463585 Paleolithic, Egypt African Archaeology

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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