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

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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 XVII

Opferdeponierungen in Der Hyksoshauptstadt Auaris (Tell El-Dab'a) Vom Späten
Mittleren Reich Bis Zum Frühen Neuen Reich Vera Müller (Egyptologist). Md.Dm
. Bd.Dm . gr . D. H 3.5 6.3 + x 15.0 21.0 2.3 + x 2.7 + x 1.9 + x 11.0 11.2 5.9 5.7 ...

Tell El Dab a XVII

Author: Vera Müller (Egyptologist)

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Tell El Dab a Text

ВСЕg Bulletin de Liaison du Groupe International d ' étude de la Céramique
Egyptienne , Cairo Bd . Base diameter BES ... FUSCALDO , Tell el - Daba X . The
Palace District of Avaris : The Pottery of the Hyksos Period and the New Kingdom
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Tell El Dab a  Text

Author: David A. Aston

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Tell El Dab a XVI

EIKE M. WINKLER und HARALD WILFLING , Tell el - Daba VI . Anthropologische
l'ntersuchungen an den Skelettresten der Kampagnen 1966–69 , 1975–80 , 1985
. Wien 1991 . Band VI Band VII Band VIII Band IX Band X JOACHIM ...

Tell El Dab a XVI

Author: Irene Forstner-Müller

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Tell El Dab a XV

Band IX EIKE M . WINKLER und HARALD WILFLING , Tell el - Dab ' a VI .
Anthropologische Untersuchungen an den Skelettresten der Kampagnen 1966 –
69 , 1975 – 80 , 1985 . Wien 1991 . Band X JOACHIM BOESSNECK und
ANGELA ...

Tell El Dab  a XV

Author: Graham Philip

Publisher: Austrian Academy of Sciences

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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.

The Middle Bronze Age in the Levant

Band X : Band XI Band XII JOACHIM BOESSNECK und ANGELA VON DEN
DRIESCH , Tell el - Daba VII . Tiere und historische Umwelt im Nordost - Delta im
2 . Jahrtausend anhand der Knochenfunde der Ausgrabungen 1975 – 1986 .

The Middle Bronze Age in the Levant

Author: Manfred Bietak

Publisher: Austrian Academy of Sciences

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Page: 384

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These nineteen papers are taken from an international conference held in Vienna in 2001 on the subject of Middle Bronze Age ceramics in the Levant. Contributors present material and discussion of ceramic sequences, attempting to link cultural phases from different areas such as Syria, Palestine and Egypt.

Mesopotamian Dark Age Revisited

Wien 1991. Denkschriften der Gesamtakademie , Bd . 9 . Band VI Band VII Band
VIII Band IX Band X EIKE M. WINKLER und HARALD WILFLING , Tell el - Daba
VI . Anthropologische Untersuchungen an den Skelettresten der Kampagnen ...

Mesopotamian Dark Age Revisited

Author: Hermann Hunger

Publisher: Austrian Academy of Sciences

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Page: 95

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In 2002 an international conference organised by the SCIEM 2000 programme (Synchronization of the Civilisations in the Eastern Mediterranean in the 2nd Millennium BC) was held in Vienna.

The Cypriot Bronze Age Pottery from Sir Leonard Woolley s Excavations at Alalakh Tell Atchana

Band II LABIB HABACHI , Tell el - Dabʻa and Qantir I . The Site and its
Connection with Avaris and Piramesse . ... PERLA FUSCALDO , Tell el - Daba X .
The Palace District of Araris , The Pottery of the Hyksos Period and the New
Kingdom ...

The Cypriot Bronze Age Pottery from Sir Leonard Woolley s Excavations at Alalakh  Tell Atchana

Author: Celia J. Bergoffen

Publisher: Austrian Academy of Sciences

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Page: 158

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The aim of Woolley's excavations at Tell Atchana was to trace the cultural interconnections between the Minoan civilisation and the Near East, and the site itself presented a midway point on one of the principle trade routes of the Mediterranean in the Amuq Valley.

Middle Helladic Pottery and Synchronisms

Band X JOACHIM BOESSNECK und ANGELA VOS DEN DRIESCH , Tell el -
Dab ' a VII . Tiere und historische I ' muelt im Vordost - Delta im 2 . Jahrtausend
anhand der Knochenfunde der Ausgrabungen 1975 - 1986 . Wien 1992 . Band XI
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Middle Helladic Pottery and Synchronisms

Author: Florens Felten

Publisher: Austrian Academy of Sciences

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The results of the many years of excavations on the Aegina-Kolonna, which have revealed the significance of this area for the entire Aegean region during the Middle Bronze Age, was the occasion for an international workshop to be convened entitled "Middle Helladic Pottery and Synchronisms". Since the pioneering work of Carl W. Blegen, Alan J. B. Wace and others, a general consensus has developed concerning the Middle Helladic ceramic sequencing and its sub-phases. It is nevertheless still difficult to link the individual stylistic development phases from the different parts of the Greek mainland, as well as to determine their relationship to regions further away, as for example the Aegean Islands. This problematic was decisive for inviting a group of scholars doing research on Middle Helladic ceramics and other related ceramics found in stratified contexts to discuss related topics. These topics include: Aegean ceramic of the Middle Helladic; Middle Helladic ceramics from other Aegean regions; the transition from Early Helladic to Middle Helladic; The transition from Middle Helladic to Late Helladic; Origin, first appearance and distribution of specific ceramic groups; Uses of different terminology for similar or identical characteristics; The synchronisation between the mainland, the Cyclades and Crete.

The Creative Independence of Late Bronze Age Cyprus

MANFRED BIETAK , unter Mitarbeit von CHRISTA MLINAR und ANGELA
SCHWAB , Tell el - Daba V . Ein Friedhofsbezirk der Mittleren ... Band IX Band X
JOACHIM BOESSNECK und ANGELA VON DEN DRIESCH , Tell el - Daba VII .

The Creative Independence of Late Bronze Age Cyprus

Author: Kathryn O. Eriksson

Publisher: Austrian Academy of Sciences

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This volume attempts to present a comprehensive account of the historical developments in Cyprus during the period of the production of White Slip Wares (ca 1580-1180 BC). Using the Kitchen chronology for the Egyptian New Kingdom, which commenced in 1540 BC, the study emphasizes the importance of archaeological records and how context analysis allows more precision in a relative chronology. This period witnessed the emergence of Cyprus into the political and economic interaction of the East Mediterranean. With special focus on White Slip pottery, the historical events outlined herein demonstrate the growth of Cyprus into a vibrant, independent society from the early 16th century BC into the 12th century BC. Throughout this period, Cyprus developed trade, cultural as well as "diplomatic" relations with the most powerful kingdoms of the surrounding area. A focal point of the study is the role of Cypriot wares - especially White Slip, Base-ring and Red Lustrous Wheel-made - on the island itself as well as in other places. A major role is given to White Slip as it is considered a chronological beacon in the analysis of events during the Late Bronze Age, a time when there are few historical references to the island and its people. Comprising eight chapters, this comprehensive analysis of Cyprus's material culture is accompanied by a historical account in which the period in Cyprus from 1580-1180 BC is divided into seven chronological periods based on Astrom's original chronology. The comprehensive historical discussion in Chapter VII seeks to depict the interactions between Cyprus and the surrounding cultures during this period. The interpretation of the evidence shows that the island's leaders were skilful in achieving a balance between the interests of these various civilizations, which included the Minoan and Mycenaean from the Aegean, the Canaanite groups, the Hittite Empire, and of course the Egyptians. The evidence shows that independent Late Bronze Age Cyprus established extensive trade and diplomatic links with these societies - notwithstanding the various conflicts among them. The Cypriots managed this within the complex and changing interrelationships between the empires during these very turbulent times. In so doing, Late Bronze Age Cyprus managed to develop the creative skills of its people - this especially reflected in the wide range of its ceramic wares (such as White Slip) as well as their extensive production and distribution to many lands.

Aegyptiaca on the Island of Crete in Their Chronological Context

Band II Band III Band IV Band V LABIB HABACHI , Tell el - Daba and Qantir 1.
The Site and its ... Wien 1991 . Band VI Band VII Band VIII Band IX Band X
JOACHIM BOESSNECK und ANGELA VON DEN DRIESCH , Tell el - Dab'a VII .

Aegyptiaca on the Island of Crete in Their Chronological Context

Author: Jacqueline Phillips

Publisher: Austrian Academy of Sciences

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This volume presents all known Egyptian imports found on the island of Crete.

The Bronze Age in the Lebanon

Das ganze Gefäß ist horizontal poliert Lit .: I. HEIN und P. JÁNOSI , Tell el - Daba
XI , Abb . 4/14 Md . = 3 ; Hd . = 1,2 ; gr . D. = 7 ; H , = 10,2 ; H , = 2,9 ; Bandhenkel :
1,2 x 0,7 cm . OFL : 10YR 3/1 sehr dunkelgrau ; P : 7,5YR 4/2 dunkelrot grau .

The Bronze Age in the Lebanon

Author: Manfred Bietak

Publisher: Austrian Academy of Sciences

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Page: 256

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This volume offers a selection of studies on the archaeology and chronology of Lebanon, Syria and Egypt. Scholarly articles present both new data and its interpretation, and a re-analysis and synthesis of already existing data, ranging from the Early Bronze Age through the beginning of the Late Bronze Age.

Military Review

The Italian XX Corps was now destroyed ; the infantry of the Italian X Corps ,
holding the line south of the breakthrough ... El Daba Sidi Rahman Night 4 / 5th
Ghazal Sta 90 Lt Tell el 15 Pz followed by 7 AD Tell el i Aqqaqir 15 Pz Littorio 1
AD ...

Military Review

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Archaeological Prospection

5 x 0 . 5 metre . 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 Figure 2 : Magnetic map of the citadel
of the late Hyksos and early 18th Dynasty ( the Second Intermediate / New
Kingdom periods ) at Ezbet Helmi ( Tell el Daba ) , Egypt . Fluxgate
magnetometer ...

Archaeological Prospection

Author: Alois Eder-Hinterleitner

Publisher: Austrian Academy of Sciences

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Archaeological Prospection is a fascinating discipline using High-Tech instrumentation for the non-destructive localisation and documentation of archaeological sites and monuments. The book of abstracts of the fourth international conference on Archaeological Prospection held in Vienna in 2001 provides an overview over state of the art methodology, techniques and applications from all over the world. Satellite imagery, airborne remote sensing and aerial archaeology as well as geophysical prospecting (magnetics, resistivity survey, ground penetrating radar etc.) help the archaeologist to monitor and search whole landscapes, to detect new sites and to map their inner details with high accuracy. The prospection data is used for visualisations of our archaeological heritage buried in the ground. New spectacular prospection results including recently detected Chinese imperial palace sites, new insights into the surroundings of Egyptian pyramids and towns, Roman towns and villas and mysterious circular ditch systems from the Neolithic are reported by the worlds leading prospecting archaeologists and geophysicists.

Antiquity

Recent excavations at Tell el - Daba . X + 132 pages , 34 plates , 62 figures .
1996 . London : British Museum Press ; 0 - 7141 - 0968 - 1 paperback £14 . 99 .
The first of the Raymond and Beverly Sanker Memorial lectures . 10 chapters
cover ...

Antiquity

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Includes section "Reviews."

Arts Humanities Citation Index

Arts   Humanities Citation Index

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A multidisciplinary index covering the journal literature of the arts and humanities. It fully covers 1,144 of the world's leading arts and humanities journals, and it indexes individually selected, relevant items from over 6,800 major science and social science journals.

Tell El dab a V

Gewölbe eingebrochen, Grab fast völlig ausgeplündert190. Grabbau: Grube,
gerundet, rechteckig, NNW-SSO, 3,40 x 1,80 m, ca. 1 - 1,20 m tief, umfaßte
Kammereingang im S ca. 40 cm weit. Kammer aus Schlammziegeln (weitgehend
zerstört) ...

Tell El dab a V

Author: Manfred Bietak

Publisher: Austrian Academy of Sciences

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(Osterreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften)