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PIOTR O. SCHOLZ
Altes Agypten. Eine Kurze Kultur- Und Mentalitatsgeschichte
Koln, DuMont. 2002. (ISBN: 3832134247). Soft cover, 24x17 cm. Book, ISBN: 3-8321-3424-7 Description: 192 pages (19,5x11,5 cm), illustrations Condition: very good Weight: 265g. Piotr O. Scholz, Altes Agypten. Eine kurze Kultur- und Mentalitatsgeschichte, DuMont Schnellkurs, Koln 2002 Vorwort Allgemeine Grundlagen Land und Leute Das Niltal Die Bodenschatze Pflanzen- und Tierwelt Mnemosyne: Schriffkunst und Sprache Mythos und Religion Am Anfang war die Ma'at Jenseifsmythos und Jenseitsglaube Das sakrale Konigtum - Die Brucke zwischen Himmel und Erde Der Eine und die Vielen - Die Gotterwelt Ritual und Kult Priester und Volk Mensch und Lebensformen Mensch und Umwelt Alltag Krieg und Frieden Feste, Spiele und Vergnugungen Speisen, Kleider und Dufte Spuk, bose Machte und Abwehr Die Schone. Stellung, Bedeutung, Einfluss Geschichte als Fest Mythos, Geschichte und Zeit Vor- und Fruhzeit Das Alte Reich Erste Zwischenzeit, Verfall und Anarchie Das Mittlere Reich - Aufstieg und Regeneration Zweite Zwischenzeit: Die Fremdherrschaft Das Neue Reich - Das Goldene Zeitalter Die Spatzeif Die Amarna-Zeit und ihre Ikonizitat Die Kunst als Schlussel Agyptische Kunst Schlossel zur Kultur- und Mentalitatsgeschichte? Agyptische Ikonizitat und ihr Wesen Die Agyptische Architektur Literatur Film im Alten Agypten Astronomie oder Astrologie? Mathematik und Geometrie Geographie und Kartographie Mineralogie, Metallurgie und Technik Botanik und Zoologie Medizin, Pharmazie und Chemie Gelehrte oder Priester? Der grosse Imhotep Begegnung mit dem Abendland Geburt einer Wissenschaft Agypten und die Welt der Bibel Agypten, Kreta, Agais und die Seevolker Agypten und Griechen Aus Agypten kamen sie ..? - Gnosis, Alchemie und andere Geheimwissenschaften Zauberflote - Der Zauber halt an Psychogramm einer Kultur oder nur einer Erinnerung? Anhang Zeittafel Museen mit agyptologischen Sammlungen (Auswahl) Kleine weiterf?hrende Bibliographie Im Buch verwendete Abkurzungen Sach- und Ortsregister Personenregister Bildnachweise. Very Good/No Jacket.
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ED. BY STEVEN E. SIDEBOTHAM, IWONA ZYCH
Berenike 2008-2009, Report on the Excavations at Berenike, Including a Survey in the Eastern Desert
Warsaw, Warsaw University Press. 2011. (ISBN: 9788390379623). Soft cover, 29,5x21 cm. Book, ISBN: 978-83-903796-2-3 Description: paperback, 201 pp. (29,5x21 cm), figs. Condition: new Weight: 710g. Berenike 2008-2009, Report on the Excavations At Berenike, Including a Survey in the Eastern Desert, ed. by Steven E. Sidebotham, Iwona Zych, Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology, University of Warsaw, Warsaw 2011. New/No Jacket.
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JOACHIM SLIWA
Egyptian and Nubian Pottery in the Cracow Collections
Cracow, Jagiellonian University Press. 1982, 1st Edition. (ISBN: 8301040564). Soft cover, 24x17 cm. Book, ISBN: 83-01-04056-4 Description: 59 pages, ilustrations, 830 vols. issued Condition: very good Weight: 125g. Joachim Sliwa, Egyptian and Nubian Pottery in the Cracow Collections, Jagiellonian University Press, Cracow 1982 1. INTRODUCTION 2. ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM 2.1. Kubania South and North 2.1.1. Kubania South (A-Group cemetery) 2.1.2. Kubania North (C-Group cemetery, some burials of A-Group) 2.1.3. Objects purchased at Kubania in 1911 2.1.4. Objects purchased at Kubania in 1910 2.1.5. Other objects 2.2. Toshka West (Cemetery 209) 2.2.1. Nubian Ware 2.2.2. Egyptianizcd ware 2.3. Arminna East (Cemetery 211) 2.3.1. Egyptianized ware 3. NATIONAL MUSEUM (CZARTORYSKI COLLECTION) 4. DEPARTMENT OF MEDITERRANEAN ARCHAEOLOGY, JAGIELLONIAN UNIVERSITY . ABBREVIATIONS. Very Good/No Jacket.
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JOACHIM SLIWA
Egyptian Scarabs and Seal Amulets from the Collection of Sigmund Freud
Cracow, PAU. 1999, 1st Edition. (ISBN: 838695650X). Soft cover, 24x17 cm. Book, ISBN: 83-86956-50-X Description: 60 pages,drawings, photographs Condition: very good, new Weight: 160g. Joachim Sliwa, Egyptian Scarabs and Seal Amulets from the Collection of Sigmund Freud, PAU, Cracow 1999 1. INTRODUCTION 2. THE ANTIQUITIES COLLECTION OF SIGMUND FREUD 3. EGYPTIAN SCARABS. SCARABOIDS AND PLAQUES 3.1. Objects with royal names 3.1.1. Cylinder seal of King Khafre 3.1.2. Mould with the name of Tutankhnmun 3.1.3. Menkheperre-type scarabs and scaraboids 3.2. Heart scarab of Kenro the standard-bearer 3.3. Objects with the names Amun and Amun-Re 3.4. Scarabs with phrases and other texts 3.5. Scarabs with figural representations 3.6. Objects with animal representations 3.7. Objects with representations of symbols and designs 3.8. Scarabs with undccoratcd bases 3.9. Beetles with naturalistic lower parts 4. ABBREVIATIONS 5. CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE 6. INDEX 6.1. Names and representations of gods 6.2. Royal names 6.3. Titles, epithets and phrases 6.4. Hieroglyphic signs 6.5. Figural and decorative motifs 6.6. Types of seal amulets (other than normal scarabs). Very Good/No Jacket.
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JOACHIM SLIWA
Egyptian Scarabs and Seal Amulets from the Cracow Collections
Krakow, Archeobooks. 2015. (ISBN: 9788393794119). Soft cover, 23,7x17cm. Book, ISBN: 978-83-937941-1-9 Description: softcover with flaps, 203 pp. (23,7x17cm), drawings, 200 phots. on 46 plates, limited edition. Condition: new. Weight: 455g. Complete catalogue of Egyptian scarabs, scaraboids and other seal amulets (two hundred objects) from the Cracow museums. Most important items were partly published before by the same author some years ago (1985 and 1989) but now all of them are compared with new material unaccessible before and classified according to new standards in this field. For each object the author gives details not only about material, dimensions and state of preservation, but first of all the actually used typology is introduced and a description of the base is given. Iconographical analyse of the base's decoration follows (with parallels quoted), as well as the translation of the possible text, as in the case of objects with maxims and wishes. All bases, sides and backs are photographed, every inscribed or decorated base is additionally drawn. The material is classified by items such as royal and private names, phrases, representations of animals, hieroglyphic signs and other symbols. Such groups as heart scarabs, beetles with naturalistic lower part, flat winged scarabs from mummy nets are also included. Introduction I. Objects with royal names From Shepseskaf to Nectanebo Menkheperre-type Corrupt form of the royal name II. Objects with private names III. Objects with figural representations IV. Objects with names and representations of divinities V. Objects with maxims and wishes VI. Objects with representations of animals VII. Objects with hieroglyphic signs and other symbols VIII. Objects with ornamental designs IX. Heart scarabs X. Scarabs with undecorated bases XI. Beatles with naturalistic lower part XII. Flat winged scarabs from mummy nets Abbreviations Periodicals - Series Chronological table Indices Plates. New/No Jacket.
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JOACHIM SLIWA
Egyptian Scarabs and Magical Gems from the Collection of Constantine Schmidt-Ciazynski
Cracow, Jagiellonian University Press. 1989, 1st Edition. (ISBN: 830109530X). Soft cover, 24x17 cm. Book, ISBN: 83-01-09530-X Description: 104 pages, 155 photographs, 900 vols. issued Condition: very good Weight: 245g. Joachim Sliwa, Egyptian Scarabs and Magical Gems from the Collection of Constantine Schmidt-Ciazynski, Jagiellonian University Press, Cracow 1989 INTRODUCTION 1. CONSTANTINE SCHMIDT-CIAZYNSKI AND HIS COLLECTION 2. EGYPTIAN SCARABS, SCARABOIDS AND PLAQUES 2.1. Objects with royal names 2.1.1. From Spss-k3[f] to Nb-m3ct-Re 2.1.2. Mn-hpr-Rc- type 2.2. Objects with figural representations 2.3. Objects with names and representations of divinities 2.4. Objects with phrases 2.5. Objects with representations of animals 2.6. Objects with representations of symbols 2.7. Objects with undecorated bases 2.8. Beetles with naturalistically shaped lower parts 3. MAGICAL GEMS 3.1. Objects with representations of Egyptian gods and motifs 3.2. Objects with representations of Sarapis 3.3. Objects with representations of Osiris-Canopus 3.4. Object with representation of a snake-legged god with a cock's head 3.5. Object with representation of Pantheos 3.6. Objects with representations of Chnoubis 3.7. Objects with representations of other Graeco-Roman deities and motifs 3.8. Objects with zodiacal signs 3.9. Objects with representations of other animals 3.10. Varia 3.11. Modern imitations ABBREVIATIONS PLATES More than a century ago, in 1886, the National Museum in Cracow enriched its collection with an extremely interesting assemblage of glyptics, re≠ceived from Constantine Schmidt-Ciazynski (1817-1889). Towards the close of the 19th century, C. Schmidt-Ciazynski was the owner of the con≠siderable collection of art works, including also antique gems and cameos. Apart from those, the collection comprises moreover modern specimens with the signatures of the Pichlers, Girometti, Berini, Brown, Marchant and other most eminent engravers, as well as later ones, dating back to the second half of the 19th century. The collection's last, distinguished part of 12,517 items was purchased on exceptionally favourable terms by the Museum. A more detailed review of the hitherto not scientifically described glyptics collection of Constantine Schmidt-Ciazynski, presently in the Department of Artistic Handicraft of the National Museum in Cracow, has made it possible to distinguish from among it a highly interesting group of 50 Egyptian scarabs, scaraboids and plaques, and also the magi≠cal gems, unique in Polish collections, including 105 items. The examina≠tion of both these groups of objects makes the basic purpose of the pre≠sent work. However, it seemed to me also quite an important task to recover, so far as possible from the preserved sources, the unusually ab≠sorbing, yet almost forgotten figure of the antiquarian, the uncommon lover of gems and cameos, whose collection - very valuable also for scientific purposes - is now housed in Cracow. As can be seen from the catalogue presented below, there are e. g. some items among the so-called magical gems in the collection of Schmidt-Ciazynski which can be only rarely found in even world-renowned collections. Very Good/No Jacket.
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JOACHIM SLIWA
Magical Gems from the Collection of Constantine Schmidt-Ciazynski and from Other Polish Collections
Krakow, Archeobooks. 2014. (ISBN: 9788393794102). Soft cover, 23,7x17cm. Book, ISBN: 978-83-937941-0-2 Description: softcover with flaps, 134 pp. (23,7x17cm), photographs, drawings, limited edition. Condition: new. Weight: 350g. The book records 112 artefacts from the private collection of Constantine Schmidt-Ciazynski (1818-1889), a renowned art collector living in Paris and London, as well as magical gems coming from the National Museums in Warsaw, Poznan and Przemysl. Introductory chapter gives deep background information about Constantine Schmidt-Ciazynski and the history of his collection.?The gems in the Catalogue chapter are thoroughly described, classified and photographed; each entry is supported by bibliography notes. Introduction Constantine Schmidt-Ciazynski and his collection Catalogue I. Objects with representations of Egyptian gods and motifs II. Objects with representations of Sarapis III. Objects with representations of Canopic jars IV. Object with representation of a snake-legged god with a cock's head V. Objects with representations of Pantheos VI. Objects with representations of Chnoubis VII. Objects with representations of other Graeco-Roman deities and motifs VIII. Objects with planets and Zodiacal signs IX. Objects with representations of other animals X. Varia XI. Modern objects and imitations Abbreviations Indices. New/No Jacket.
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HANNA SZYMANSKA, KRZYSZTOF BABRAJ
Marea Vol. 1, Byzantine Marea. Excavations in 2000-2003 and 2006
Krakow, Muzeum Archeologiczne w Krakowie. 2008. (ISBN: 9788391154397). Hardcover, 21,5x30 cm. Book, ISBN: 978-83-911543-9-3 Description: hardback, 210 pp. (21,5x30 cm), 66 figs. 101 phots. 600 vols printed Condition: very good Weight: 1155g. Hanna Szymanska, Krzysztof Babraj FOREWORD PART ONE. DESCRIPTION OF THE SITE Krzysztof Babraj, Hanna Szymanska Chapter One. History, location and excavations at Marea 1.1. History of Marea 1.2. Location of the site 1.3. Results of previous excavations Elzbieta Mycielska-Dowgiallo, Barabara Woronko Chapter Two. Evolution of the natural environment in the region of Marea 2.1. Introduction 2.2. Ground relief 2.3. Methods 2.4. Study results 2.4.1. Character of deposits filling depressions and the lake lagoon 2.4.2. Surface micromorphology of quartz grains of sand and silt fraction 2.4.3. Analyses of the microstructure of silty deposits 2.4.4. Dating of the deposits 2.4.5. Results of malacofaunal determination 2.4.6. Results of chemical analysis of the water 2.5. Discussion PART TWO. THE BATHS AND SAQIYAH Hanna Szymanska, Krzysztof Babraj Chapter One. Baths 1.1. Location 1.2. Architectural plan 1.3. Structural characteristics 1.4. Groundfloor Men's Part 1.4.1. Room B (apodyterium) 1.4.2. Room A2 (tepidarium) 1.4.3. Room Al (caldarium), pools U, W, R 1.4.4. Room L (caldarium), pools M, N 1.4.5. West courtyard F6 (frigidarium) Women's Part 1.4.6. Room K (tepidarium) 1.4.7. Room F (caldarium) with two pools 1.4.8. Room C (caldarium), pools D, E 1.4.9. East courtyard Fl (frigidarium) 1.4.10. Latrine 1.4.11. Shops 1.4.12. Pools Z, Y, T, X 1.4.13. "Street" behind the south wall of the baths 1.5. Basement 1.5.1. Channels 1.5.2. Heating system 1.5.3. Service cellar 1.5.4. Furnaces (praefurnia) Ol, O4 1.5.5. Hypocaust under room Al and L 1.5.6. Hypocaust F 1.5.7. Hypocaust C 1.6. Architectural decoration and paintings 1.7. Area between the baths and saqiyah (F3) 1.8. Bath parallels Krzysztof Babraj, Hanna Szymanska Chapter Two. Saqiyah 2.1. Architecture and stratigraphy 2.2. The saqiyah in Egypt 2.3. Supplying water to the baths Conclusion Grzegorz Majcherek Chapter Three. The pottery assemblage from the baths and saqiyah 3.1. Introduction 3.2. Ceramic groups 3.2.1. Locus Al 3.2.2. Locust 3.2.3. Locus L 3.2.4. Locus C 3.2.5. LOCKS F 3.2.6. Locus K 3.2.7. Northern wing 3.2.8. Eastern courtyard (Fl) 3.2.9. Western courtyard (F6) 3.2.10. Western strip 3.2.11. Southern strip 3.2.12. Saqiyah-well (G) 3.3. Catalogue 3.3.1. Fine wares 3.3.2. Carinated bowls 3.3.3. Coarse wares 3.3.4. Qawadis 3.3.5. Amphorae 3.4. Conclusion Renata Kucharczyk Chapter Four. Glass finds from the baths and saqiyah 4.1. Introduction 4.2. Bottles 4.3. Other types of toilet vessels 4.4. Plates and bowls 4.5. Wineglasses 4.6. Lamps 4.7. Windowpanes Catalogue Chapter Five. Coins from baths and saqiyah Barbara Lichocka 5.1. The early Byzantine coins Dorota Malarczyk 5.2. Umayyad coins Hanna Szymanska Chapter Six. Pottery lamps from the baths, saqiyah and funerary chapel 6.1. Lamps from the baths and saqiyah 6.2. Lamps from the funerary chapel Tomasz Derda Chapter Seven. Inscriptions from the baths and saqiyah 7.1. Inscriptions 7.2. St. Menas ampullae PART THREE. THE FUNERARY CHAPEL Krzysztof Babraj, Hanna Szymanska Architecture and stratigraphy STRESZCZENIE / SUMMARY IN POLISH BIBLIOGRAPHY ABBREVIATIONS. Very Good/No Jacket.
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FRANCESCO TIRADRITTI (ED.)
Pharaonic Renaissance, Archaism and the Sense of History in Ancient Egypt
Budapest, Museum of Fine Arts. 2008. (ISBN: 9789637063541). Soft cover, 28,5x22,5 cm cm. Book, ISBN: 978-963-7063-54-1 Description: softcover, 222 pp. (28,5x22,5cm), 98 figs. Condition: very good Weight: 1025g. Authors of the studies: Pťter Gaboda, Alfred Grimm, Maria Christina Guidotti, Hedvig Gyory, ZoltŠn HorvŠth, Regina HŲlzl, Michaela HŁttner, Katalin Anna Kůthay, …va Liptay, IstvŠn Nagy, Ottů Sosztarics, John H. Taylor, Francesco Tiradritti, Zsuzsanna ŕjlaki PongrŠcz, Igor Uranic, Marzia Vidulli Torlo Catalogue of the exhibition: Pharaonic Renaissance, August 8-November 9 2008. New/No Jacket.
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BARBARA TKACZOW
Alexandrie VIII, Architectural Styles of Ancient Alexandria, Elements of Architectural Decoration from Polish Excavations at Kom El-Dikka (1960-1993)
Warsaw, PWN-Editions Scientifiques de Pologne. 2010, 1st Edition. (ISBN: 8392231953). Hardcover, 29,5x21,5 cm. Book, ISBN: 83-922-3195-3 Description: hardback, 369 pp. (29,5x21,5 cm), 158 plates Condition: very good Weight: 1600g. Very Good/No Jacket.
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PAULE POSENER-KRIEGER, MIROSLAV VERNER AND HANA VYMAZALOVA
Abusir X - the Pyramid Complex of Raneferef: The Papyrus Archive
Prague, Czech Institute of Egyptology. 2007, 1st Edition. (ISBN: 8073081547). Hardcover, 30x21 cm. Book, ISBN: 80-7308-154-7 Description: hardcover, 465 pp. (30x21cm), 90 pls with b&w ills. 90 pls of transcriptions, 10 pls of palaeography Condition: very good Weight: 1720g. This volume of the Abusir series of monographs is dedicated to the edition of the papyri found in the mortuary temple of Raneferef. The edition also involves the interpretation of the papyri and detailed relevant studies on the chronology, place names, temple personnel, the temple economy, the accounting terminology, and the woven materials. Besides the palaeographic plates, also appended to the volume are detailed indices, glossaries and a list of the references. Very Good/No Jacket.
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VLADIMIR VIKENTIEV
La Haute Crue Du Nil Et L'Averse de L'an 6 Du Roi Taharqa. Le Dieu "Hemen" Et Son Chef-Lieu "Hefat", Avec 7 Pl. H.T. , Université égyptienne, Recueil de Travaux Publiés Par la Faculté Des Lettres, Fasc. 4
Le Caire, Imprimerie de l'institut franÁais d'archťologie orientale. 1930. Soft cover, 18x27 cm. Book, Description: softcover, XII+118 pp. (18x27 cm), 7 plates Condition: very good- (sunned cover, small damages of the cover) Weight: 505g. Vladimir Vikentiev, La haute crue du Nil et l'averse de l'an 6 du roi Taharqa. Le dieu "Hemen" et son chef-lieu "Hefat", avec 7 pl. h. t. Universitť ťgyptienne, recueil de travaux publiťs par la facultť des lettres, fasc. 4, Imprimerie de l'institut franÁais d'archťologie orientale, Le Caire 1930. Very Good/No Jacket.
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