Tell El dab a X 2

This report publishes the pottery from two execration pits and a foundation deposit located in the southeastern part of the palace district at 'Ezbet Helmi/Avaris, which belong to a transitional phase between the late Hyksos and early 18th ...

Tell El dab a X 2

Author: Perla Fuscaldo

Publisher: Austrian Academy of Sciences

ISBN: 9783700166177

Page: 119

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This report publishes the pottery from two execration pits and a foundation deposit located in the southeastern part of the palace district at 'Ezbet Helmi/Avaris, which belong to a transitional phase between the late Hyksos and early 18th Dynasty. Execration pit L1055 contained human skulls and fingers.

Tell El Dab a X

The illustrated catalogue is followed by a ceramic corpus of the early 18th Dynasty and statistical analysis of the Late Hyskos vessels. The volume contains a seperate folder of 7 large site plans.

Tell El Dab  a X

Author: Perla Fuscaldo

Publisher: Austrian Academy of Sciences

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Page: 135

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Following a summary of the 1989 excavations at `Ezbet Helmi, 1 km west of Tell el-Daba, Fuscaldo catalogues a rare assemblage of hundreds of vessels from the site. The vessels were found scattered along a street to the north of a monumental complex, dating from the Late Hyskos Period. Fuscaldo argues that the vessels were smashed to mark the conquest of Avaris by Ahmose. The illustrated catalogue is followed by a ceramic corpus of the early 18th Dynasty and statistical analysis of the Late Hyskos vessels. The volume contains a seperate folder of 7 large site plans.

Tell El Dab A I

Tell el - Daba X. The Palace District of Avaris , The Pottery of the Hyksos Period and the New Kingdom ( Areas H III and H / VI ) , Part I. Locus 66.

Tell El Dab A I

Author: Labib Habachi

Publisher: Austrian Academy of Sciences

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Page: 262

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This volume in the series looks at Habachi's explorations in the East Delta and at the adjacent villages of Tell el-Dab'a and Qantir. He presents interpretations of his findings and links with the long lost capitals of the Hyksos and Ramessides (Avaris and Piramesse). His interpretations are followed by a discussion of the evidence and a catalogue of finds from the Middle and New Kingdom period (in German). English and German text.

Tell El Dab a XV

Band IX Band X JOACHIM BOESSNECK und ANGELA VON DEN DRIESCH , Tell el - Daba VII . Tiere und historische I'muelt im Nordost - Delta im 2 .

Tell El Dab  a XV

Author: Graham Philip

Publisher: Austrian Academy of Sciences

ISBN:

Page: 252

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Tell el-Daba in the eastern Nile Delta has produced what is probably the richest, well-documented collection of metal artefacts dating to the first half of the 2nd millennium BC yet published from the east Mediterranean. As such, the material has the potential to provide new insights into various dimensions of past societies in this region.

Tell El Dab a XVI

Band VI Band VII Band VIII Band IX Band X JOACHIM BOESSNECK und ANGELA VON DEN DRIESCH , Tell el - Daba VII . Tiere und historische I'muelt im Nordost ...

Tell El Dab a XVI

Author: Irene Forstner-Müller

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Tell El Dab a Plates

Band VI Band VII Band VIII Band IX Band X JOACHIM BOESSNECK und ANGELA VON DEN DRIESCH , Tell el - Daba VII . Tiere und historische l'muelt im Nordost ...

Tell El Dab a  Plates

Author: David A. Aston

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Historical Dictionary of Ancient Egypt

Tell el—Dab'a X: The Palace District ofAvaris. The Pottery of the Hyksos Period and the New Kingdom (Areas H/III and H/VI), Part I: L0cus 66.

Historical Dictionary of Ancient Egypt

Author: Morris L. Bierbrier

Publisher: Scarecrow Press

ISBN: 9780810862500

Page: 488

View: 470

The second edition of the Historical Dictionary of Ancient Egypt expands upon the information presented in the first with a chronology, an introductory essay, appendixes, a bibliography, and hundreds of cross-referenced dictionary entries on Egyptian rulers, bureaucrats, and commoners whose records have survived, as well as ancient society, religion, and gods.

Use and Appreciation of Mycenaean Pottery in the Levant Cyprus and Italy 1600 1200 BC

... 240 241 242 243 Tell Eran Dor (Tell el Burj) Tell Mevorakh Tell Aron Jatt Tell Burgatha Shechem (Tell Balata) Bethel (Beitin) Jericho Gibeon (el Jib) X ...

Use and Appreciation of Mycenaean Pottery in the Levant  Cyprus and Italy  1600 1200 BC

Author: Gert Jan van Wijngaarden

Publisher: Amsterdam University Press

ISBN: 9053564829

Page: 441

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Annotation Elizabeth A. Kaye specializes in communications as part of her coaching and consulting practice. She has edited Requirements for Certification since the 2000-01 edition.

Archaische griechische Tempel und Alt gypten

Band XVI : PERLA FUSCALDO , Tell el - Daba X. The Palace District of Avaris , The Pottery of the Hyksos Period and the New Kingdom ( Areas H | III and H ...

Archaische griechische Tempel und Alt  gypten

Author: Manfred Bietak

Publisher: Austrian Academy of Sciences

ISBN:

Page: 115

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Die diesem Band zugrundeliegende Fragestellung ist, welche Eindrucke die Hellenen, die ab Beginn der 26. Dynastie (nach 664 v. Chr.) nach Agypten kamen, dort aufgenommen haben und welche Anregungen vielleicht fur die nun einsetzenden monumentalen Tempelbauten im archaischen Griechenland verwendet worden sein konnten. Diese Problematik wird sowohl von seiten der klassischen Archaologie als auch von Agyptologen erortert. Fachleute, die selbst an der Ausgrabung archaischer Tempel aktiv tatig sind, referieren uber die Tempel von Isthmia, Samos, Olympia und uber das Artemision bei Ephesos. Allgemeiner gehaltene Beitrage beschaftigen sich mir den Themen der Giebel archaischer Tempel, agyptischen Tempeln mit Umgang, und der Verwendung von Holz in der Dacharchitektur agyptischer Tempel.

The Oxford History of Ancient Egypt

As far as the Delta-site of Avaris (Tell el-Dab'a) is concerned, ... of Hyksos power is Perla Fuscaldo, Tell el-Dab'a X. The Palace District of Avaris.

The Oxford History of Ancient Egypt

Author: Ian Shaw

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0192804588

Page: 525

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The Oxford History of Ancient Egypt describes the emergence and development of the distinctive civilization of the ancient Egyptians, from their prehistoric origins to their conquest by the Persians, Greeks, and Romans. Included are the most detailed examinations of the three so-called 'intermediate periods' in Egyptian history, which were previously regarded as 'dark ages' but are now beginning to be better understood.

What s wrong

Fuscaldo, P. 2000: Tell el-Dab'a X. The Palace District of Pennsylvania radiocarbon dates XIX', Radiocarbon 19:2, 188–228. Avaris. The Pottery of the Hyksos ...

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Author: Věra Klontza-Jaklová

Publisher: Masarykova univerzita

ISBN: 8021087358

Page: 86

View: 837

Jedním z nejprobádanějších a nejčastěji citovaných problémů egejské doby bronzové je otázka absolutní datace výbuchu santorinské sopky, potažmo celé pozdní doby bronzové ve velmi širokém regionu od Egypta přes Přední východ po střední Evropu. Názory a výsledky přírodních věd a tradiční archeologie se neshodují a jejich argumentace umísťují událost od poloviny 17. století až po konec 16. století před Kr., výjimečně i později. Práce analyzuje jednotlivé argumenty i metodologické přístupy a snaží se odpovědět na otázku neshody jednotlivých přístupů. Tzv. mínojská erupce (nebo santorinská katastrofa) ovlivnila nejenom životy lidí ve velmi širokém regionu, ale také globální klima. Jedná se tedy o klíčovou událost pozdní doby bronzové. Její přesné datování umožní synchronizaci regionálních chronologických systémů mediteránních a evropských regionů a tvorbu přesného časového rámce, který je nutností pro další řešení kauzálních otázek historie doby bronzové.

The Chronology of the Jordan Valley During the Middle and Late Bronze Ages

Band VII Band VIII Band IX Band X Band XI Band XII MANFRED BIETAK , JOSEF DORNER , HANS EGGER , JOACHIM BOESSXECK und l'RSU'LA THANHEISER , Tell el - Daba ...

The Chronology of the Jordan Valley During the Middle and Late Bronze Ages

Author: Peter M. Fischer

Publisher: Austrian Academy of Sciences

ISBN:

Page: 261

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This volume deals with the occupational chronology and the material remains of three of the most important settlements in the Central Jordan Valley during the Middle and Late Bronze Ages: Pella, Tell Abu al-Kharaz and Tell Deir 'Alla. The publication's presentation of significant results follows an unconventional approach: the contributors were given the opportunity to discuss the editor's conclusions. The three sites are presented by the respective excavators in the first three chapters. In Chapter 4, the editor summarizes the excavation results and their interpretations. Chapter 5 gives the other two contributors the opportunity to respond to Fischer's conclusions. Van der Kooij agrees with Fischer's conclusions, whereas Bourke presents additional theories and interpretations, although agreeing with Fischer on all major issues. In Chapter 6, Fischer includes Bourke's response in his resume, in which all the sites are synchronized locally, regionally and inter-culturally. The present volume is of major importance not only for the archaeology of the Jordan Valley and the Southern Levant, but also for other related cultures that provided imports, including Syria/Lebanon, Cyprus and Egypt, as well as the Mycenaean sphere. Fischer's revised terminology and chronology for the sub-division of the Late Bronze Age is used by all contributors, although the interdisciplinary character of the publication should be underlined.

The Lustrous Wares of Late Bronze Age Cyprus and the Eastern Mediterranean

Band X JOACHIM BOESSNECK und ANGELA VON DEN DRIESCH , Tell el - Daba VII . Tiere und historische Umwelt im Nordost - Delta im 2 .

The Lustrous Wares of Late Bronze Age Cyprus and the Eastern Mediterranean

Author: Irmgard Hein

Publisher: Austrian Academy of Sciences

ISBN:

Page: 209

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Eighteen papers taken from a conference held in Vienna in 2004 on the subject of Red, White and Black wheelmade lustrous wares found in Cyprus and the east Mediterranean. Contributors examine the origins of lustrous wares, places of production, as well as geographical and chronological distribution.