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ED. BY L. KAMINSKA, J. K. KOZLOWSKI, J. A. SVOBODA
Pleistocene Environments and Archaeology of the Dzerava Skala Cave, Lesser Carpathians, Slovakia
Krakow, Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences. 2005. (ISBN: 836018318X). Soft cover, 24x18 cm. Book, ISBN: 83-60183-18-X Description: paperback, 226 pp. (24x18 cm) figs. Condition: new Weight: 400g. New/No Jacket.
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KAROL SZYMCZAK, MUKHIDDIN KHUDZANAZAROV ET AL.
Exploring the Neolithic of the Kyzyl-Kums, Ayakagytma "the Site" and Other Collections, Swiatowit Supplement Series P: Prehistory and Middle Ages, Vol XI
Warsaw, Institute of Archaeology Warsaw University. 2006. (ISBN: 8387496979). Hardcover, 29,5x21 cm. Book, ISBN: 83-87496-97-9 Description: hardback, 252 pp. (29,5x21cm), 70 figs. CX plates Condition: new Weight: 930g. PREFACE By Timur Shirinov and Karol Szymczak DISCOVERY, LOCATION, AND COURSE OF FIELD WORK IN AYAKAGYTMA 'THE SITE' By Karol Szymczak and Mukhiddin Khudzhanazarov ARCHAEOLOGICAL STRATIGRAPHY OF AYAKAGYTMA 'THE SITE' By Karol Szymczak, Mukhiddin Khudzhanazarov, and RyszardMichniak RADIOCARBON DATING OF AYAKAGYTMA THE SITE' By Michel Fontugne and Karol Szymczak TYPOLOGICAL LIST OF THE ARTIFACTS By Karol Szymczak ARCHAEOLOGICAL MATERIALS By Karol Szymczak, Mukhiddin Khudzhanazarov I. AYAKAGYTMA "THE SITE" 1. Surface collection from the 1995 season 2. Surface collection from a slope on the western edge of "THE SITE" 3. Surface collection outside archaeological trenches 4. Collection from stratigraphic unit 1 5. Collection from stratigraphic unit 2 6. Collection from stratigraphic unit 4 7. Collection from stratigraphic unit 5 8. Collection from a sounding trench on meters 94-96 9. Collection from a sounding trench on meters 104-111, 116, 119, 120, 123 10. Collection from a sounding trench on meters 90, 91 11. Collection from a sounding trench on meters 112, 113, 115 12. Collection from a sounding trench on meters 117, 118 II. OTHER COLLECTIONS 13. Surface collection from Ayakagytma 'C'. 14. Surface collection from Ayakagytma 'B' 15. Surface collection from Ayakagytma A' 16. Surface collection from Ayakagytma 'D' 17. Surface collections from Ayakagytma 'First Stop' 18. Surface collection from an area of Khodzhagumbaz sheepfold on Etchkiliksai 19. Surface collection from an Utchashchi area 20. Surface collection from a Minabulak area 21. Study collection from Zamitcha-Tosh 22. Surface collections from Bukantau Mountains PLATES PLANIGRAPHIC DISPERSION OF THE FLINT ARTIFACTS IN AYAKAGYTMA "THE SITE" By Karol Szymczak and Mukhiddin Khudzhanazarov LITHIC RAW MATERIALS IN AYAKAGYTMA "THE SITE" By Karol Szymczak, Mukhiddin Khudzhanazarov, and Ryszard Michniak THE HEARTHS, A STOVE, AND OTHER STRUCTURES IN AYAKAGYTMA "THE SITE" By Karol Szymczak and Mukhiddin Khudzhanazarov THE USE OF OCHRE IN AYAKAGYTMA 'THE SITE' By Karol Szymczak, Mukhiddin Khudzhanazarov and Ryszard Michniak ANIMAL BONE REMAINS FROM AYAKAGYTMA 'THE SITE' By Alicja Lasota-Moskalewska, Joanna Piatkowska-Malecka, Anna Grfzak and Karol Szymczak EXCAVATION IN AYAKAGYTMA 'THE MINE' By Michal Przezdziecki, Karol Szymczak and Mukhiddin Khudzhanazarov THE DIVISION OF THE KELTEMINARIAN: CHRONOLOGICAL PHASES OR SEPARATE CULTURES? By Karol Szymczak CONCLUDING REMARKS By Karol Szymczak LIST of LIST OF LIST OF PLATES. New/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 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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ALICJA LASOTA-MOSKALEWSKA, MUHIDDIN M. HUDJANAZAROV
Petroglyphs of Mammals in the Sarmissaj Gorge, Uzbek Republic, Archaeozoological Analysis, Swiatowit Supplement Series P: Prehistory and Middle Ages, Vol III
Warsaw, Institute of Archaeology Warsaw University. 2000. (ISBN: 8387496308). Hardcover, 29,5x21 cm. Book, ISBN: 83-87496-30-8 Description: hardback, 91 pp. (29,5x21cm), 42 figs. Condition: new Weight: 670g. INTRODUCTION PART 1 Archaeologist's information on the Uzbek Republic's rock art 1. State of reserach on Uzbek Republic's rock art 2. Natural environment 3. Petroglyph classification and technique of production 4. Problems with chronology of rock art 5. Characteristics of petroglyphs from the Neolithic Period and Bronze Age 6. Characteristics of petroglyphs from the early Iron Age 7. Characteristics of petroglyphs from the Turkish period 8. Possible dating of the Sarmissaj petroglyphs PART II Method of identification of the mammals in rock drawings 1. General part Head Neck Trunk Legs Tail Colour General features 2. Detailed part No. 1 Family: Canidae No. 2 Family: Mustelidae No. 3 Family: Felidae No. 4 Family: Equidae No. 5 Family: Suidae No. 6 Family: Camelidae No. 7 Family: Cervidae No. 8 Family: Bovidae PART 111 Identification of the mammals on petroglyphs in the Sarmissaj Gorge PART I VAnalysis and discussion of results 1. Frequency of particular animals 2. Morphological types Dog Cheetah Horse Wild pig Camels Red deer Aurochs (Bos primigenius) Domestic cattle Goat Ibex Sheep Gazelle 3. Style of animal representation 4. Chronological analysis BIBLIOGRAPHY. New/No Jacket.
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ED. BY M. PARCZEWSKI
Quellen Zur Slawischen Besiedlung IM Karpatengebiet, Band 1
Krakow, Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences. 2001. (ISBN: 8388857061). Soft cover, 30x22 cm. Book, ISBN: 83-88857-06-1 Description: paperback, 160 pp. (30x22 cm) figs. Condition: new Weight: 475g. New/No Jacket.
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JACEK POLESKI
Naszacowice, Ein Fruhmittelalterllicher Burgwall Am Dunajec, Vol. I: Statigraphie, Chronologie, Architektur, Vol. II: Fundstoff, Funktion, Interregionale Beziehungen Burgenbau in Kleinpolen
Krakow, Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences. 2004. (ISBN: 8388857762). Soft cover, 30x21 cm. Book, ISBN: 83-88857-76-2, 978-83-7676-095-7 Description: vol. I, II, paperback, 260 pp. + 434 pp. (30x21cm) figs. DVD with plates Condition: new Weight: 2480g. New/No Jacket.
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MIHAILO POTUSHNIAK
Middle Neolithic Settlement at Drisino-Balocza, Transcarpathian Ukraine
Krakow, Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. 2011. (ISBN: 9788376760971). Soft cover, 24x18 cm. Book, ISBN: 978-83-7676-097-1 Description: paperback, 88 pp. (24x18 cm), 31 plates Condition: new Weight: 222g. New/No Jacket.
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ERNESTO SCHIAPARELLI
La Tomba Intatta Dell'Architetto Kha Nella Metropoli Di Tebe, the Intact Tomb of the Architect Kha in the Necropolis of Thebes
Torino, AdArte. 2008. (ISBN: 9788889082096). Hardcover, 37x27 cm. Book, ISBN: 978-88-89082-09-6 Description: slipcase with two volumes: reprint of Italian Edition: hardcover, 208 pp. (27x37 cm), 214 b/w plates; English translation: softcover, 64 pp. (27x37 cm) Condition: new Weight: 2990g. Ernesto Schiaparelli, La tomba intatta dell'architetto Kha nella metropoli di Tebe, The intact tomb of the architect Kha in the necropolis of Thebes, AdArte, Torino 2008 While excavating Deir el Medina the Egyptologist Ernesto Schiaparelli, founder of the Italian Archaeological Mission in Egypt, discovered the untouched tomb of the architect Kha, a high-ranking official of the 18th Dynasty, and his wife Merit in February 1906. One of the few Egyptian tombs found intact, its exceptionally rich and perfectly conserved contents open a window on the life of a wealthy family of the 18th dynasty. Beside the sarcophagi, mummies and a papyrus of the Book of the Dead lay clothing, sheets, blankets, beds, tables, chairs, cupboards and chests, as well as linen, toiletries and ritual, work and food utensils and flower wreaths laid during the burial. Despite its importance only one, magnificent, publication exists on the Tomb of Kha, written by the man who found it. More than 20 years after the discovery and a year before his death, Ernesto Schiaparelli published just a few hundred copies of La tomba intatta dell'architetto Cha, making it rare from the very first. A monumental work produced with the patronage of the Royal family, which had also financed the excavations, it describes the extraordinary discovery of the remarkable contents, accompanied by more than 200 period photographs taken during the excavations. The contents were all transported to Turin, where they form one of the main attractions of its famous Museo Egizio. This is the faithful reprint of Schiaparelli's original Italian book preceded by a chapter on the author and the importance of his discovery today, by Alessandro Roccati, professor of Egyptology at the University of Turin, and a book containing the text translated into English. It is the very first time ever this text will be available for an English-reading people. New/No Jacket.
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KAROL SZYMCZAK ET AL.
Kuturbulak Revisited, a Middle Palaeolithic Site in Zeravshan River Valley, Uzbekistan, Swiatowit Supplement Series P: Prehistory and Middle Ages, Vol II
Warsaw, Institute of Archaeology Warsaw University. 2000. (ISBN: 8387496278). Hardcover, 29,5x21 cm. Book, ISBN: 83-87496-27-8 Description: hardback, 135 pp. (29,5x21cm), LXV plates Condition: new Weight: 780g. PREFACE by Timur Shirinov CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION by Karol Szymczak, Tatiana Gretchkina, Mukhiddin Khudzhanazarov CHAPTER II LOCATION OF THE SITE by Karol Szymczak, Tatiana Gretchkina, Mukhiddin Khudzhanazarov CHAPTER III GEOLOGICAL BACKGROUND by Teresa Madeyska 1. Zeravshan River Valley and general geological structure of adjacent territories 2. Quaternary sediments 3. Geological structure of Zeravshan River valley 4. Geological position of the site of Kuturbulak CHAPTER IV THE 1971 AND 1972 FIELD SEASONS by Karol Szymczak, Tatiana Gretchkina, Negmat Tashkenbaev, Rustam Suleimanov 1. Field works and stratigraphy 2. Stone artifacts 3. Faunal remains PLATES PART I: THE 1971 AND 1972 FIELD SEASONS CHAPTER V THE 1995 FIELD SEASON by Karol Szymczak, Tatiana Gretchkina, Mukhiddin Khudzhanazarov 1. Range of work and field methods 2. Stratigraphy of the main trench and sounding trenches 3. Stone raw material 4. Stone artifacts 5. Horizontal dispersion of the finds PLATES PART II: THE 1995 FIELD SEASON CHAPTER V CHRONOLOGY - URANIUM SERIES DATING by Christophe Flagueres, Michel Fontugne 1. Introduction 2. U/Th dating method 3. Results and discussion CHAPTER VII FINAL REMARKS by Karol Szymczak CITED WORKS LIST OF FIGURES LIST OF PLATES. New/No Jacket.
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EDITED BY JERZY ZELAZOWSKI
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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