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The Oxyrhynchus Papyri Vol. LXXXIV (Hardcover): Amin Benaissa The Oxyrhynchus Papyri Vol. LXXXIV (Hardcover)
Amin Benaissa; Volume editing by Amin Benaissa; Edited by Nikolaos Gonis
R2,327 R2,098 Discovery Miles 20 980 Save R229 (10%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

P.Oxy. LXXXIV marks a new departure for the series: it is the first to publish texts in Egyptian. One is a Greek-Coptic paraphrase of Homer's Iliad, the other a sale of house property in Demotic accompanied by a Greek tax receipt. Section I presents extensive remains of a set of codices of the Septuagint. Section II includes a miscellany of new literary and subliterary texts: remnants of post-Classical hexameter poetry, a possible fragment of Middle comedy with an Anacreontic theme, and a cento of Homeric verses on the myth of Daphne. The seventeen papyri of Apollonius Rhodius published in Section III, providing some two dozen new readings, confirm the Argonautica's status as the most popular epic poem in Roman Egypt after the Homeric and Hesiodic classics. The papyri of Apollonius are complemented by a painting of a wheeled float carrying the Argonauts, perhaps an illustration of a local spectacle. Section IV publishes twenty declarations of livestock from the first and second centuries, and the largest number of accounts from the 'Apion archive' since vol. XVI. The global figures for the Apion estate's income, expenditure, and tax payments offer fresh data to steer and inform the lively debate about the economy of this prominent Oxyrhynchite institution.

Ancient Egyptian Phonology (Hardcover): James P. Allen Ancient Egyptian Phonology (Hardcover)
James P. Allen
R1,858 Discovery Miles 18 580 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

In Ancient Egyptian Phonology. James Allen studies the sounds of the language spoken by the ancient Egyptians through application of the most recent methodological advances for phonological reconstruction. Using the internal evidence of the language, he proceeds from individual vowels and consonants to the sound of actual ancient Egyptian texts. Allen also explores variants, alternants, and the development of sound in texts, and touches on external evidence from Afroasiatic cognate languages. The most up to date work on this topic, Ancient Egyptian Phonology is an essential resource for Egyptologists and will also be of interest to scholars and linguists of African and Semitic languages.

Ancient Egypt - An Introduction (Hardcover): Salima Ikram Ancient Egypt - An Introduction (Hardcover)
Salima Ikram
R2,385 Discovery Miles 23 850 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This book provides an introduction to one of the greatest civilizations of all time - ancient Egypt. Beginning with a geographical overview that explains the development of Egyptian belief systems as well as its subsequent political development, it examines methodology, the history of the discipline of Egyptology, religion, social organization, urban and rural life, and death. It also includes a section on how people of all ranks lived. Lavishly illustrated, with many unusual photographs of rarely seen sites that are seldom illustrated, this volume is suitable for use in introductory-level courses on ancient Egypt. It offers a variety of student-friendly features, including a glossary, a bibliography, and a list of sources for those who wish to further their interest in ancient Egypt.

A History Of The Iconoclastic Controversy (Paperback): Edward James Martin A History Of The Iconoclastic Controversy (Paperback)
Edward James Martin
R362 R333 Discovery Miles 3 330 Save R29 (8%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This book reports the most famous dispute between the Church and the State over the presence of paintings, mosaics, and statues in churches, in the period from 717 to 843. In no other book was the Iconoclastic Controversy described in a more detailed way. An essential volume not only for those who are interested in the religious discourse, but also for those who want to approach a very peculiar historical and artistic period.

Beyond the Nile - Egypt and the Classical World (Hardcover): Jeffrey Spier, Timothy Potts, Sarah E Cole Beyond the Nile - Egypt and the Classical World (Hardcover)
Jeffrey Spier, Timothy Potts, Sarah E Cole
R1,491 R1,374 Discovery Miles 13 740 Save R117 (8%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

From about 2000 BCE onward, Egypt served as an important nexus for cultural exchange in the eastern Mediterranean, importing and exporting not just wares but also new artistic techniques and styles. Egyptian, Greek, and Roman craftsmen imitated one another's work, creating cultural and artistic hybrids that transcended a single tradition. Yet in spite of the remarkable artistic production that resulted from these interchanges, the complex vicissitudes of exchange between Egypt and the Classical world over the course of nearly 2500 years have not been comprehensively explored in a major exhibition or publication in the United States. It is precisely this aspect of Egypt's history, however, that Beyond the Nile uncovers. Renowned scholars have come together to provide compelling analyses of the constantly evolving dynamics of cultural exchange, first between Egyptians and Greeks-during the Bronze Age, then the Archaic and Classical periods of Greece, and finally Ptolemaic Egypt-and later when Egypt passed to Roman rule with the defeat of Cleopatra. Beyond the Nile is milestone publication on the occasion of a major international exhibition and one that will become an indispensable contribution to the field. With gorgeous photographs of more than two hundred rare objects, including frescoes, statues, obelisks, jewellery, papyri, pottery, and coins, this volume offers an essential and interdisciplinary approach to the rich world of artistic cross-pollination during antiquity.

Qumran - A Field Guide (Hardcover): Hanan Eshel Qumran - A Field Guide (Hardcover)
Hanan Eshel
R525 R478 Discovery Miles 4 780 Save R47 (9%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

"The Dead Sea Scrolls are undoubtedly the most important discovery found in Israel in the field of the Bible and history of Judaism and Christianity" (Yigael Yadin). Fragments of about nine hundred different scrolls from the Second Temple period were discovered in eleven caves at Qumran between 1947 and 1956.No one is better qualified than Hanan Eshel, with his vast experience in the field, wide historical knowledge and superb scholarship, to tell the full story of Qumran.,

The Cemetery of Meir - Volume lV: The Tombs of Senbi l and Wekhhotep l (Paperback): Naguib Kanawati, Linda Evans The Cemetery of Meir - Volume lV: The Tombs of Senbi l and Wekhhotep l (Paperback)
Naguib Kanawati, Linda Evans
R2,034 R1,653 Discovery Miles 16 530 Save R381 (19%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days
Images and Monuments of Near Eastern Dynasts, 100 BC-AD 100 (Hardcover, New): Andreas J. M. Kropp Images and Monuments of Near Eastern Dynasts, 100 BC-AD 100 (Hardcover, New)
Andreas J. M. Kropp
R4,143 Discovery Miles 41 430 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This book is an archaeological and art-historical study of the images and monuments of Roman 'client' kings in the Near East from the Taurus to Edom (modern South East Turkey, Syria, Lebanon, Israel, Palestine, and Jordan) in the important transitional period between the downfall of the Seleucid empire and Rome's establishment of provincial administration across the entire region. In this volume, Kropp treats royal portraits, tombs, palaces, coins, and temples as historical documents and aims at uncovering royal identities and ideological aspirations. In particular, he focuses on the six major players: the Kommagenian, Emesan, Ituraean, Nabataean, Hasmonaean, and Herodian dynasties. The images and monuments discussed show an endless variety of eclectic styles, shapes, and types - a result of individual, deliberate choices from an array of cultural and artistic options, such as Hellenistic, Roman, and Persian. The study of their origins and importance therefore places monuments, like the Khazneh at Petra or the Temple at Jerusalem, in their proper context and allows a more nuanced understanding of their creation as expressions and constructions of royal personas.

Natufian Foragers in the Levant - Terminal Pleistocene Social Changes in Western Asia (Hardcover): Ofer Bar-Yosef, Francois R.... Natufian Foragers in the Levant - Terminal Pleistocene Social Changes in Western Asia (Hardcover)
Ofer Bar-Yosef, Francois R. Valla
R3,454 Discovery Miles 34 540 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The Natufian culture, first recognized by Dorothy Garrod in 1928, is one of the best recorded archaeological examples of foragers at the end of the Ice Age. The many unique material finds and social aspects of this culture found their place in different hypotheses concerning the emergence of cultivation in Southwest Asia that heralds the Neolithic Revolution. In the heart of the Levant, Natufian sites are early examples for sedentism that apparently led to changes of socio-economic strategies in this region. Given the quality and quantity of its archaeological record, it is better known than most other Terminal Pleistocene cultures across Eurasia. This volume, the result of a large, international meeting on the Natufian culture, brings together a series of new discoveries and studies of sites from areas not previously investigated, thus substantially enlarging the geographic scope of this culture along the north-south axis of the Levant. Field and laboratory research reported in this book was conducted by different teams of archaeologists, archaebotanists, zooarchaelogists, and other experts both local and international. This comprehensive book adds a considerable amount of new information to our knowledge. It demonstrates the ongoing interest among numerous scholars whose efforts widen and deepen the understanding of the Natufian culture and will remain as a source of data and interpretations for years to come, just as its predecessor that was published in 1991.

Archaeology and Bible History (Paperback, Revised edition): Joseph Free, Howard Vos Archaeology and Bible History (Paperback, Revised edition)
Joseph Free, Howard Vos
R535 R490 Discovery Miles 4 900 Save R45 (8%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Joseph P. Free's Archaeology and Bible History, first published in 1950, served well an entire generation of pastors, Sunday school teachers, laypersons, and college students by summarizing the history of the Bible and shedding light on biblical events through archaeological discoveries. The author demonstrated how such data helps us understand the Bible and confirm its historical accuracy. At times he also dealt with issues of biblical interpretation and criticism, always from a historically orthodox position. When the book was withdrawn from circulation in 1976 after the fourteenth printing, many hoped for the day when it would be revised and updated. That task has now been undertaken by one of Dr. Free's former students and a biblical archaeologist in his own right, Dr. Howard Vos. He has brought the archaeological and historical material up to date and has modified earlier archaeological interpretations where necessary. The bibliography has been almost totally replaced.

Natufian Foragers in the Levant - Terminal Pleistocene Social Changes in Western Asia (Paperback): Ofer Bar-Yosef, Francois R.... Natufian Foragers in the Levant - Terminal Pleistocene Social Changes in Western Asia (Paperback)
Ofer Bar-Yosef, Francois R. Valla
R1,369 Discovery Miles 13 690 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The Natufian culture, first recognized by Dorothy Garrod in 1928, is one of the best recorded archaeological examples of foragers at the end of the Ice Age. The many unique material finds and social aspects of this culture found their place in different hypotheses concerning the emergence of cultivation in Southwest Asia that heralds the Neolithic Revolution. In the heart of the Levant, Natufian sites are early examples for sedentism that apparently led to changes of socio-economic strategies in this region. Given the quality and quantity of its archaeological record, it is better known than most other Terminal Pleistocene cultures across Eurasia. This volume, the result of a large, international meeting on the Natufian culture, brings together a series of new discoveries and studies of sites from areas not previously investigated, thus substantially enlarging the geographic scope of this culture along the north-south axis of the Levant. Field and laboratory research reported in this book was conducted by different teams of archaeologists, archaebotanists, zooarchaelogists, and other experts both local and international. This comprehensive book adds a considerable amount of new information to our knowledge. It demonstrates the ongoing interest among numerous scholars whose efforts widen and deepen the understanding of the Natufian culture and will remain as a source of data and interpretations for years to come, just as its predecessor that was published in 1991.

Egyptian Archaeology (Paperback): Willeke Wendrich Egyptian Archaeology (Paperback)
Willeke Wendrich
R780 R734 Discovery Miles 7 340 Save R46 (6%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Egyptian Archaeology explores ancient Egypt using a uniquely archaeological approach, drawing on original research to both synthesize and challenge existing scholarship. Written by leading Egyptologists, based on original research and fieldwork Illustrates how practical research is a vital component of any theory-based discussion about the ancient world Examines the cultural and historical processes of ancient Egypt from a global perspective Visually engaging with over 80 illustrations Chapters explore fundamental issues and themes, but focus on specific periods and key archaeological sites

Ancient Nubia - African Kingdoms on the Nile (Hardcover): Marjorie Fisher, Peter Lacovara, Sue H. D'Auria, Salima Ikram Ancient Nubia - African Kingdoms on the Nile (Hardcover)
Marjorie Fisher, Peter Lacovara, Sue H. D'Auria, Salima Ikram
R1,237 R1,153 Discovery Miles 11 530 Save R84 (7%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

2012 American Publishers (PROSE) Awards winner for Best Archaeology & Anthropology Book
For most of the modern world, ancient Nubia seems an unknown and enigmatic land. Only a handful of archaeologists have studied its history or unearthed the Nubian cities, temples, and cemeteries that once dotted the landscape of southern Egypt and northern Sudan. Nubia's remote setting in the midst of an inhospitable desert, with access by river blocked by impassable rapids, has lent it not only an air of mystery, but also isolated it from exploration. Over the past century, particularly during this last generation, scholars have begun to focus more attention on the fascinating cultures of ancient Nubia, ironically prompted by the construction of large dams that have flooded vast tracts of the ancient land.
This book attempts to document some of what has recently been discovered about ancient Nubia, with its remarkable history, architecture, and culture, and thereby to give us a picture of this rich, but unfamiliar, African legacy.

An Excellent Fortress for His Armies, a Refuge for the People" - Egyptological, Archaeological, and Biblical Studies in Honor... An Excellent Fortress for His Armies, a Refuge for the People" - Egyptological, Archaeological, and Biblical Studies in Honor of James K. Hoffmeier (Hardcover)
Richard E Averbeck, K. Lawson Younger Jr
R2,096 Discovery Miles 20 960 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

James Hoffmeier is a giant in the field of Egyptology. Among his many publications are two volumes of archaeological reports from Tell el-Borg, where he led excavations from 1999 to 2008. He is also well known for his interest in how ancient Egypt and the biblical world intersected, having edited and written several books on the subject, including the recent "Did I Not Bring Israel Out of Egypt?" Biblical, Archaeological, and Egyptological Perspectives on the Exodus Narratives, published by Eisenbrauns. Dedicated to Hoffmeier, this volume features essays written by more than thirty of his colleagues, former students, and friends. The contributions cover the second and first millennia BCE-from the Egyptian Old Kingdom through the Persian period-as well as New Testament times. The subjects covered include archaeology, biblical studies, Egyptology, and, of course, how these fields intersect with one another. Among the many contributors are Aaron A. Burke, Deirdre Fulton, Rick Hess, Edmund Meltzer, Alan Millard, Steven Ortiz, Donald B. Redford, Gary A. Rendsburg, and Nili Shupak. This volume will be of interest to scholars and students who, following in the footsteps of Hoffmeier, are interested in how the biblical world interacted with ancient Egypt and the ancient Near East.

Archaeozoology of the Near East 9 (Hardcover): Marjan Mashkour, Mark Beech Archaeozoology of the Near East 9 (Hardcover)
Marjan Mashkour, Mark Beech
R1,945 R1,593 Discovery Miles 15 930 Save R352 (18%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This two part volume brings together over 60 specialists to present 31 papers on the latest research into archaeozoology of the Near East. The papers are wide-ranging in terms of period and geographical coverage: from Palaeolithic rock shelter assemblages in Syria to Byzantine remains in Palestine and from the Caucasus to Cyprus. Papers are grouped into thematic sections examining patterns of Palaeolithic and Neolithic subsistence in northern Mesopotamia, Anatolia and the Iranian plateau; Palaeolithic to Neolithic faunal remains from Armenia; animal exploitation in Bronze Age urban sites; new evidence concerning pastoralism, nomadism and mobility; aspects of domestication and animal exploitation in the Arabian peninsula; several case studies on ritual animal deposits; and specific analyses of patterns of animal exploitation at urban sites in Turkey, Palestine and Jordan. This important collection of significant new work builds on the well-established foundation of previous ICAZ publications to present the very latest results of archaeozoological research in the prehistory of this formative region in the development of animal exploitation.

Beni Hassan Volume lV - The Tomb of Baqet lll (Paperback): Naguib Kanawati, Linda Evans Beni Hassan Volume lV - The Tomb of Baqet lll (Paperback)
Naguib Kanawati, Linda Evans
R2,166 R1,757 Discovery Miles 17 570 Save R409 (19%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Baqet III was the 'great overlord' of the Oryx province, located in the most fertile region of Egypt. The well-preserved wall scenes in his chapel record activities undertaken in the desert, on land and river, in workshops as well as those of wars and entertainments. Dated to the end of the Eleventh Dynasty, the tomb documents one of the critical times in Egyptian history. The architectural features and the scenes and inscriptions are published in colour photographs and detailed line drawings, accompanied by explanatory text.

Prosopography of Byzantine Aphrodito (Hardcover, New): Giovanni Ruffini Prosopography of Byzantine Aphrodito (Hardcover, New)
Giovanni Ruffini
R2,097 R1,885 Discovery Miles 18 850 Save R212 (10%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This volume, which replaces Girgis's outdated prosopography from 1938, is an annotated record of every person attested in the Byzantine-era papyri from the middle Egyptian village of Aphrodito. Its papyri make Aphrodito the best attested village for this time period with implications for the study of rural life throughout Late Antiquity. For each entry, the author lists all the relevant texts and all known information about that person's social status, political position and family relations with a summary of activities for each attestation. The volume is indispensable for any scholar working with texts from Aphrodito and valuable for all concerned specifically with Egypt and more generally with rural life in Late Antiquity.

A Sixth-Century Tax Register from the Hermopolite Nome (Hardcover, New): J.G. Keenan A Sixth-Century Tax Register from the Hermopolite Nome (Hardcover, New)
J.G. Keenan; Edited by Roger S. Bagnall, James G. Keenan, Leslie Maccoull
R1,202 R1,097 Discovery Miles 10 970 Save R105 (9%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This volume publishes the most complete documentary codex from 6th-century Egypt. Known to the scholarly world since 1905 and frequently cited since then, it now appears for the first time in full edition. The codex details money taxes paid by landowners at the village of Temseu Skordon and the hamlet Topos Demeou in the Hermopolite Nome. The language is Greek but with extensive Coptic influence. The text is especially important for its bearing on nomenclature, language, taxation and gold-to-copper monetary conversions.

Studies on the Vignettes from Chapter 17 of the Book of the Dead - I: The Image of ms.w Bdst in Ancient Egyptian Mythology... Studies on the Vignettes from Chapter 17 of the Book of the Dead - I: The Image of ms.w Bdst in Ancient Egyptian Mythology (Paperback)
Mykola Tarasenko
R825 R776 Discovery Miles 7 760 Save R49 (6%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Among the numerous deities in the ancient Egyptian mythology, whose nature and function are still vague and obscure, are ms.w Bdst - 'Children of Weakness'. These beings are twice mentioned in the Book of the Dead chapter 17. The text fragments contain two local versions of the myth with ms.w Bdst - Hermopolitan (Urk. V: Abs. 1), and Heliopolitan (Urk. V: Abs. 22). Since the last text describes the combat between Re and the 'Children of Weakness', the same is likely to be reflected on the vignette, which depicts the battle of Re against ms.w Bdst, metaphorically shown in the form of a serpent. This book is a comprehensive study of the 'Children of Weakness' myth and the scene depicting the cat, cutting off the head of the serpent under the branches of the isd-tree found on the number of Book of the Dead chapter 17 vignettes.

Christian Oxyrhynchus - Texts, Documents, and Sources (Hardcover): Lincoln H. Blumell, Thomas A Wayment Christian Oxyrhynchus - Texts, Documents, and Sources (Hardcover)
Lincoln H. Blumell, Thomas A Wayment
R2,637 R2,093 Discovery Miles 20 930 Save R544 (21%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Blumell and Wayment present a thorough compendium of all published papyri, parchments, and patristic sources that relate to Christianity at Oxyrhynchus before the fifth century CE. Christian Oxyrhynchus provides new and expanded editions of Christian literary and documentary texts that include updated readings, English translationsaasome of which represent the first English translation of a textaaand comprehensive notes. The volume features New Testament texts carefully collated against other textual witnesses and a succinct introduction for each Oxyrhynchus text that provides information about the date of the papyrus, its unique characteristics, and textual variants. Documentary texts are grouped both by genre and date, giving readers access to the Decian Libelli , references to Christians in third- and fourth-century texts, and letters written by Christians. A compelling resource for researchers, teachers, and students, Christian Oxyrhynchus enables broad access to these crucial primary documents beyond specialists in papyrology, Greek, Latin, and Coptic.

The Nile and its People - 7000 Years of Egyptian History (Paperback): Charlotte Booth The Nile and its People - 7000 Years of Egyptian History (Paperback)
Charlotte Booth
R481 R379 Discovery Miles 3 790 Save R102 (21%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The Nile and its People is an ambitious title, covering 7000 years of Egyptian history, from the time of the first settlers in Egypt through to the modern day, with the Nile being the constant element throughout. Changes through history of the culture and people are reflected in how the river was seen and used. As their manipulation and exploitation of the Nile improved so did their economy. Follow the journey of the Nile thus far: from the attraction it held for early settlers and how it affected their living methods; through the pharaonic period and how it was used politically; to the nineteenth-century industrial age and its role as a centre for tourism. Speculate as to what changes will shape the future of Egypt and her culture. Whatever the age, this important and peaceful body of water will be a constant presence through the centre of the landscape forever.

Lives of the Ancient Egyptians (Paperback): Toby Wilkinson Lives of the Ancient Egyptians (Paperback)
Toby Wilkinson
R286 R230 Discovery Miles 2 300 Save R56 (20%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

From the dawn of history to the death of Cleopatra, ancient Egypt was home to larger-than-life personalities. Across one hundred lives, Toby Wilkinson explores the true character and diversity of human experience in the ancient world's greatest civilization. Some of those profiled are famous: pharaohs and queens such as Akhenaten, Nefertiti, Ramesses II and Tiye. Others are lesser known but equally engaging: Imhotep, architect of the first pyramid; Perniankhu, the court dwarf; and the royal sculptor Bak. Equally illuminating are the lives of commoners, so rarely given their own voice: ordinary men and women who include a doctor, a dentist, a housewife, a musician - and a serial criminal.

The Crown of Arsinoe II - The Creation of an Image of Authority (Paperback, New): Maria Nilsson The Crown of Arsinoe II - The Creation of an Image of Authority (Paperback, New)
Maria Nilsson
R1,532 R1,257 Discovery Miles 12 570 Save R275 (18%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The Crown of Arsinoe II is a detailed study of a unique crown that was created for the Ptolemaic Egyptian Queen Arsinoe II which has important conclusions for ancient Egyptian history. Images of Arsinoe are represented in a broad spectrum of iconographic media, depicting this historical figure in a Greek as well as Egyptian cultural setting, and as queen and goddess alike, though her tomb has never been found. Based on detailed examination of reliefs, the aim is to identify and understand the symbolism that is embedded in each pictorial detail that together form the crown, as well as all contextual aspects of the relief scenes, and how this reflects the wearer's socio-political and religious positions. The results of this study suggest that the crown of Arsinoe was created for the living queen and reflected three main cultural positions: her royal position as King of Lower Egypt, her cultic role as high priestess, and her religious aspect as thea Philadelphos . It indicates that she was proclaimed female pharaoh during her lifetime and should be included in the official pharaonic king list as Ptolemy II's co-regent: her royal authority should be considered equivalent to Hatshepsut, Tawosret and Amenirdis II, as one of the most important royal women in Egyptian history. Arsinoe's complex persona were embedded in a very unique attribute her crown and that this remained a symbol of authority throughout the last centuries of the ancient Egyptian period.

The Archaeology of Ancient Egypt - Beyond Pharaohs (Paperback, New): Douglas J. Brewer The Archaeology of Ancient Egypt - Beyond Pharaohs (Paperback, New)
Douglas J. Brewer
R552 Discovery Miles 5 520 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Egyptologists, art historians, philologists, and anthropological archaeologists have long worked side by side in Egypt, but they often fail to understand one another's approaches. This book aims to introduce students to the archaeological side of the study of ancient Egypt and to bridge the gap between disciplines by explaining how archaeologists tackle a variety of problems. Douglas J. Brewer introduces the theoretical reasoning for each approach, as well as the methods and techniques applied to support it. This book is essential reading for any student considering further study of ancient Egypt.

Delta Reports, Volume I - Research in Lower Egypt (Paperback): Donald Bruce Redford Delta Reports, Volume I - Research in Lower Egypt (Paperback)
Donald Bruce Redford
R1,115 R933 Discovery Miles 9 330 Save R182 (16%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Delta Reports is a new series that will make available the substantial amount of archaeological work that has been undertaken in the Delta region of Egypt over recent decades. Volume I contains work done in and around the temple of Ba-neb-djed in the North-west temenos at Tel er-Rub'a (Mendes), material that was previously published in the ATP newsletter by the Akhenaten Temple Project (now discontinued).

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