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Knossos and the Near East - A contextual approach to imports and imitations in Early Iron Age tombs (Paperback): Vyron... Knossos and the Near East - A contextual approach to imports and imitations in Early Iron Age tombs (Paperback)
Vyron Antoniadis
R828 R779 Discovery Miles 7 790 Save R49 (6%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

In this book, Dr Vyron Antoniadis presents a contextual study of the Near Eastern imports which reached Crete during the Early Iron Age and were deposited in the Knossian tombs. Cyprus, Phoenicia, North Syria and Egypt are the places of origin of these imports. Knossian workshops produced close or freer imitations of these objects. The present study reveals the ways in which imported commodities were used to create or enhance social identity in the Knossian context. The author explores the reasons that made Knossians deposit imported objects in their graves as well as investigates whether specific groups could control not only the access to these objects but also the production of their imitations. Dr Antoniadis argues that the extensive use of locally produced imitations alongside authentic imports in burial rituals and contexts indicates that Knossians treated both imports and imitations as items of the same symbolic and economic value.

Discoveries in the Judaean Desert: Volume V. Qumran Cave 4, I (4Q 158 - 4Q 186) (Hardcover, Reissue): John Marco Allegro,... Discoveries in the Judaean Desert: Volume V. Qumran Cave 4, I (4Q 158 - 4Q 186) (Hardcover, Reissue)
John Marco Allegro, Arnold M. Anderson
R6,907 Discovery Miles 69 070 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Originally published in 1968, this volume is being reissued to make the entire series available to students and scholars of biblical and post-biblical Judaism and early Christianity.

Archaeology and the Letters of Paul (Hardcover): Laura Salah Nasrallah Archaeology and the Letters of Paul (Hardcover)
Laura Salah Nasrallah
R1,968 Discovery Miles 19 680 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Archaeology and the Letters of Paul illuminates the social, political, economic, and religious lives of those to whom the apostle Paul wrote. Roman Ephesos provides evidence of slave traders and the regulation of slaves; it is a likely setting for household of Philemon, to whom a letter about the slave Onesimus is addressed. In Galatia, an inscription seeks to restrain the demands of travelling Roman officials, illuminating how the apostolic travels of Paul, Cephas, and others disrupted communities. At Philippi, a list of donations from the cult of Silvanus demonstrates the benefactions of a community that, like those in Christ, sought to share abundance in the midst of economic limitations. In Corinth, a landscape of grief extends from monuments to the bones of the dead, and provides a context in which to understand Corinthian practices of baptism on behalf of the dead and the provocative idea that one could live"as if not" mourning or rejoicing. Rome and the Letter to the Romans are the grounds for an investigation of ideas of time and race not only in the first century, when we find an Egyptian obelisk inserted as a timepiece into the mausoleum complex of Augustus, but also of a new Rome under Mussolini that claimed the continuity of Roman racial identity from antiquity to his time and sought to excise Jews. Thessalonike and the early Christian literature associated with the city demonstrates what is done out of love for Paul-invention of letters, legends, and cult in his name. The book articulates a method for bringing together biblical texts with archaeological remains. This method reconstructs the lives of the many adelphoi-brothers and sisters-whom Paul and his co-writers address. Its project is informed by feminist historiography and gains inspiration from thinkers such as Claudia Rankine, Judith Butler, Giorgio Agamben, Wendy Brown, and Katie Lofton.

The Bible and Archaeology (Paperback): Matthieu Richelle The Bible and Archaeology (Paperback)
Matthieu Richelle
R352 R330 Discovery Miles 3 300 Save R22 (6%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This book is a brief, popular (but informed and up-to-date) introduction to the relationship between the Bible and archaeology. Material culture (i.e., artifacts) and the biblical text illuminate each other in various ways, but many of us find it difficult to reach a nuanced understanding of how this process works and how archaeological discoveries should be interpreted. This book provides an irenic and balanced perspective on these issues, showing how texts and artifacts are in a fascinating "dialogue" with one another that sheds light on the meaning and importance of both. What emerges is a rich and complex picture that enlivens our understanding of the Bible's message, increases our appreciation for the historical and cultural contexts in which it was written, and helps us be realistic about the limits of our knowledge.

Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt, Volume 54 (2018) (Paperback): Eugene Cruz-Uribe, Peter Piccione Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt, Volume 54 (2018) (Paperback)
Eugene Cruz-Uribe, Peter Piccione
R1,500 Discovery Miles 15 000 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This volume of the Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt is dedicated to the memory of Prof. Eugene D. Cruz-Uribe, who served as its editor from 2008 until his sudden and unexpected death in March. He was born and raised in Green Bay, Wisconsin and, since 2013, he lived in Richmond, Indiana, where he served on the faculty of Indiana University East. Although he retired in 2017, he maintained an active schedule of research and travel to Egypt, as well as his fulfilling his responsibilities with this journal.

Wealth and Warfare - The Archaeology of Money in Ancient Syria (Hardcover): Frederique Duyrat Wealth and Warfare - The Archaeology of Money in Ancient Syria (Hardcover)
Frederique Duyrat
R4,446 R3,579 Discovery Miles 35 790 Save R867 (20%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This volume is the first comprehensive look at Syrian coin hoards and contains a catalogue of every coin hoard discovered in what is now modern Syria through 2010. Duyrat explores the definitions of "hoard" and "treasure", explores the circulation of currency in the ancient Levant, and considers excavation coins as well as the phenomenon of coin hoard discoveries during times of regional conflict. This is essential reading for anyone seriously interested in the origin of coin hoards in Syria, and how war effects the archaeological record, specifically through the lens of numismatics.

Stone Vessels in the Near East during the Iron Age and the Persian Period - (c. 1200-330 BCE) (Paperback): Andrea Squitieri Stone Vessels in the Near East during the Iron Age and the Persian Period - (c. 1200-330 BCE) (Paperback)
Andrea Squitieri
R1,528 R1,399 Discovery Miles 13 990 Save R129 (8%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This book focuses on the characteristics and the development of the stone vessel industry in the Near East during the Iron Age and the Persian period (c. 1200 - 330 BCE). Three main aspects of this industry are investigated. First, the technology behind the manufacture of stone vessels, the tools and techniques, and how these changed across time. Second, the mechanisms of exchange of stone vessels and how these were affected by the changing political landscape through time. Third, the consumption patterns of stone vessels in both elite and non-elite contexts, and how these patterns changed through time. The aim is to evaluate how the formation of new regional states, occurred in the Iron Age I-II, and their subsequent inclusion within large-scale empires, in the Iron Age III and Persian period, transformed the Near Eastern societies by exploring how the stone vessel industry was affected by these transformations. For the period and area under analysis, such a comprehensive study of stone vessels, covering a wide area and connecting this industry to the broader socioeconomic and political landscapes, has never been attempted before.

Bronze Age Bureaucracy - Writing and the Practice of Government in Assyria (Paperback): Nicholas Postgate Bronze Age Bureaucracy - Writing and the Practice of Government in Assyria (Paperback)
Nicholas Postgate
R711 Discovery Miles 7 110 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This book describes ten different government archives of cuneiform tablets from Assyria, using them to analyse the social and economic character of the Middle Assyrian state, as well as the roles and practices of writing. The tablets, many of which have not been edited or translated, were excavated at the capital, Assur, and in the provinces, and they give vivid details to illuminate issues such as offerings to the national shrine, the economy and political role of elite households, palace etiquette, and state-run agriculture. This book concentrates particularly on how the Assyrian use of written documentation affected the nature and ethos of government, and compares this to contemporary practices in other palatial administrations at Nuzi, Alalah, Ugarit, and in Greece.

Winifred Lamb: Aegean Prehistorian and Museum Curator (Paperback): David W.J. Gill Winifred Lamb: Aegean Prehistorian and Museum Curator (Paperback)
David W.J. Gill
R832 R783 Discovery Miles 7 830 Save R49 (6%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Winifred Lamb was a pioneering archaeologist in the Aegean and Anatolia. She studied classics at Newnham College, Cambridge, and subsequently served in naval intelligence alongside J. D. Beazley during the final stages of the First World War. As war drew to a close, Sydney Cockerell, Director of the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge, invited Lamb to be the honorary keeper of Greek antiquities. Over the next 40 years she created a prehistoric gallery, marking the university's contribution to excavations in the Aegean, and developed the museum's holdings of classical bronzes and Athenian figure-decorated pottery. Lamb formed a parallel career excavating in the Aegean. She was admitted as a student of the British School at Athens and served as assistant director on the Mycenae excavations under Alan Wace and Carl Blegen. After further work at Sparta and on prehistoric mounds in Macedonia, Lamb identified and excavated a major Bronze Age site at Thermi on Lesbos. She conducted a brief excavation on Chios before directing a major project at Kusura in Turkey. She was recruited for the Turkish language section of the BBC during the Second World War, and after the cessation of hostilities took an active part in the creation of the British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara.

The Edwin Smith Surgical Papyrus, v. 2 - Facsimile Plates and Line for Line Hieroglyphic Transliteration (Paperback): James... The Edwin Smith Surgical Papyrus, v. 2 - Facsimile Plates and Line for Line Hieroglyphic Transliteration (Paperback)
James Henry Breasted
R385 Discovery Miles 3 850 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Sasanian Persia - Between Rome and the Steppes of Eurasia (Paperback): Eberhard Sauer Sasanian Persia - Between Rome and the Steppes of Eurasia (Paperback)
Eberhard Sauer
R699 R596 Discovery Miles 5 960 Save R103 (15%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The Sasanian Empire (3rd -7th centuries) was one of the largest empires of antiquity, stretching from Mesopotamia to modern Pakistan and from Central Asia to the Arabian Peninsula. This mega-empire withstood powerful opponents in the steppe and expanded further in Late Antiquity, whilst the Roman world shrunk in size. Recent research has revealed the reasons for this success, notably population growth in some key territories, economic prosperity and urban development, made possible through investment in agriculture and military infrastructure on a scale unparalleled in the late antique world. Our volume explores the empire's relations with its neighbours and key phenomena which contributed to its wealth and power, from the empire's armed forces to agriculture, trade and treatment of minorities. The latest discoveries, notably major urban foundations, fortifications and irrigations systems, feature prominently. An empire whose might and culture rivalled Rome and foreshadowed the caliphate will be of interest to scholars of the Roman and Islamic world.Challenges our Eurocentric world view by presenting a Near-Eastern empire whose urban culture and military apparatus rivalled that of Rome . Covers the latest discoveries on foundations, fortifications and irrigation systems. Includes case studies on Sasanian frontier walls and urban culture in the Sasanian Empire

The Edwin Smith Surgical Papyrus, v. 1 - Hieroglyphic Transliteration, Translation and Commentary (Paperback): James Henry... The Edwin Smith Surgical Papyrus, v. 1 - Hieroglyphic Transliteration, Translation and Commentary (Paperback)
James Henry Breasted
R1,134 R1,068 Discovery Miles 10 680 Save R66 (6%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

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Scotland's Hidden History (Paperback): Ian Armit Scotland's Hidden History (Paperback)
Ian Armit
R482 R380 Discovery Miles 3 800 Save R102 (21%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

People have lived in Scotland for at least 10,000 years. Yet, for the first 9000 of these years, no recognisable concept of 'Scotland' even existed. Most books on Scottish history dispose of these nine millennia in a brief introduction, before moving on to the more familiar kings, queens, barons and battles of medieval Scotland. Ian Armit tells the story of Scotland's earliest history by concentrating on 100 of the most exciting and accessible monuments, which he places firmly in their wider context. Armed with full information on 'How to get there', the reader is encouraged to go out and discover the wealth of this archaeological evidence that can be seen all over Scotland - Neolithic chambered tombs and stone circles, Bronze Age rock carvings and hut circles, Iron Age hillforts and brochs, Roman forts, Pictish symbol stones , early Christian crosses and Viking graves. The book includes regional itineraries, a guide to museums and heritage attractions, and an archaeological glossary.

From Microcosm to Macrocosm - Individual households and cities in Ancient Egypt and Nubia (Paperback): Julia Budka, Johannes... From Microcosm to Macrocosm - Individual households and cities in Ancient Egypt and Nubia (Paperback)
Julia Budka, Johannes Auenmuller
R1,843 Discovery Miles 18 430 Ships in 10 - 15 working days
The Egyptian Museum in Cairo - A Walk Through the Alleys of Ancient Egypt (Hardcover, Gift Ed): Abeer El-Shahawy The Egyptian Museum in Cairo - A Walk Through the Alleys of Ancient Egypt (Hardcover, Gift Ed)
Abeer El-Shahawy; Photographs by Farid Atiya
R3,185 Discovery Miles 31 850 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Cairo's Egyptian Museum houses the largest collection of Egyptian antiquities in the world. Some 150,000 pieces are exhibited, and another 30,000 are held in storerooms. This book carries full-color illustrations of many of the masterpieces of ancient art in the museum from the decorated vases, flint knives, and palettes of the predynastic period, through the magnificent artifacts of the pharaonic period, to the beautiful tempera portraits of the Roman period.

To Wear the Dust of War - From Bialystok to Shanghai to the Promised Land, an Oral History (Paperback, First): Samuel Iwry To Wear the Dust of War - From Bialystok to Shanghai to the Promised Land, an Oral History (Paperback, First)
Samuel Iwry; Edited by Lesley J.H. Kelley
R890 Discovery Miles 8 900 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Like many European Jews, Sam Iwry began his life in Poland, but at the age of ten fled with his family to Russia before World War I. At age 29, Iwry was forced to flee again - this time from the Soviets - and ended up in Shanghai, China, joining 20,000 Jewish refugees who were there. The story of the Diaspora caused by the Holocaust is well-known, but the Far Eastern dimension has come to light only very recently. Iwry is a magnificent storyteller who not only brings the harrowing details of flight and survival into vivid detail, but he is also an historian who deliberately places his own experiences into much wider context. This oral history sheds light on Jewish life in Eastern Europe during the inter-war period, the search for a safe haven from Nazis and Soviets, daily life in the Shanghai ghetto, and emigration to America. Iwry's story is both representative of the Jewish experience and also completely unique.

The Rape of the Nile - Tomb Robbers, Tourists, and Archaeologists in Egypt, Revised and Updated (Paperback, Revised and updated... The Rape of the Nile - Tomb Robbers, Tourists, and Archaeologists in Egypt, Revised and Updated (Paperback, Revised and updated ed)
Brian Fagan
R657 Discovery Miles 6 570 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

A narrative history of the cavalcade of archaeologists, charlatans, thieves, self-promoters, and sightseers who have flocked to the Nile Valley since early times to study - or steal - the wonders of ancient Egypt. The scandalous rape of Ancient Egypt is a historical vignette of greed, vanity, and dedicated archaeological research. It is a tale vividly told by renowned archaeology author, Brian Fagan, with characters that include the ancient historian Herodotus; Theban tomb robbers; obelisk-stealing Romans; Coptic Christians determined to erase the heretical past; mummy traders; leisured antiquarians; major European museums; Giovanni Belzoni, a circus strongman who removed more antiquities than Napoleon's armies; shrewd consuls and ruthless pashas; and archaeologists such Sir Flinders Petrie who changed the course of Egyptology. Fagan's classic account of the cavalcade of archaeologists, thieves, and sightseers who have flocked to the Nile Valley since ancient times. Featured in this edition are new accounts of stunning recent discoveries, including the Royal Tombs of Tanis, the Valley of Golden Mummies at Bahariya, the Tomb of the Sons of Ramses, and the sunken city of Alexandria (whose lighthouse was one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World). Fagan concludes with a clear-eyed assessment of the impact of modern mass tourism on archaeological sites and artifacts.

Archaeology of the Land of the Bible, Volume I - 10,000-586 B.C.E. (Paperback): Amihai Mazar Archaeology of the Land of the Bible, Volume I - 10,000-586 B.C.E. (Paperback)
Amihai Mazar
R1,166 Discovery Miles 11 660 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Every year thousands of enthusiasts, amateur and professional, spend the summer months digging in the sands of Israel hoping to find items that in some way relate to the places and events depicted in the Bible. This work looks at the history and archaeology of the Bible lands.

Fides in Flavian Literature (Hardcover): Antony Augoustakis, Emma Buckley, Claire Stocks Fides in Flavian Literature (Hardcover)
Antony Augoustakis, Emma Buckley, Claire Stocks
R1,555 R1,458 Discovery Miles 14 580 Save R97 (6%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Fides in Flavian Literature explores the ideology of "good faith" (fides) during the time of the emperors Vespasian, Titus, and Domitian (69-96 CE), the new imperial dynasty that gained power in the wake of the civil wars of the period. The contributors to this volume consider the significance and semantic range of this Roman value in works that deal in myth, contemporary poetry, and history in both prose and verse. Though it does not claim to offer the comprehensive "last word" on fides in Flavian Rome, the book aims to show that fides in this period was subjected to a particularly striking and special brand of contestation and reconceptualization, used to interrogate the broad cultural changes and anxieties of the Flavian period as well as connect to a republican and imperial past. The editors argue that fides was both a vehicle for reconciliation and a means to test the nature of "good faith" in the wake of a devastating and divisive period in Roman history.

City and Sanctuary - Religion and Architecture in the Roman Near East (Paperback): Peter Richardson City and Sanctuary - Religion and Architecture in the Roman Near East (Paperback)
Peter Richardson
R975 Discovery Miles 9 750 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This volume challenges some common assumptions about the culture of the early Byzantine Near East by examining the architecture and urban design of five cities in that period. The author assesses the various kinds of religious structure found in each city, including cult centres, temples dedicated to the Olympian gods and buildings set aside for mystery religions. He also shows how the effects of these sanctuaries on civic religious life were hugely important and influential, and shaped the way that citizens conceived of their city and of themselves. This book should be of interest to: scholars and students of the New Testament and of the Hellenistic period; scholars and students of Judaic studies; scholars and students of Classical studies; and non-specialists interested in the life and times of the ancient world.

The Historicity of the Patriarchal Narratives - The Quest for the Historical Abraham (Paperback): Thomas L. Thompson The Historicity of the Patriarchal Narratives - The Quest for the Historical Abraham (Paperback)
Thomas L. Thompson
R1,479 Discovery Miles 14 790 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Archaeology seems to have become an active partner in the attempt to prove the historical truth of the Bible. Biblical archaeologists have gone to the field in search of Noah's ark or the walls of Jericho, as if the finding of these artifacts would make the events of scripture somehow more true or real.Thomas Thompson is one of the most vocal contemporary critics of biblical archaeology. His simple but powerful thesis is that archaeology cannot be used in the service of the Bible. Focusing on the patriarchal narratives-the stories of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob-he demonstrates that archaeological research simply cannot historically substantiate these stories. Going further, Thompson says that archaeological materials should never be dated or evaluated on the basis of written texts. Looking to the patriarchal narratives in Genesis, he concludes that these stories are neither historical nor were they intended to be historical. Instead, these narratives are written as expressions of Israel's relationship to God. Thomas L. Thompson is Professor of Old Testament, University of Copenhagen. His books include The Mythic Past and The Early History of the Israelite People.

Fustat Finds - Beads, Coins, Medical Instruments, Textiles and Other Artifacts from the Awad Collection (Hardcover, illustrated... Fustat Finds - Beads, Coins, Medical Instruments, Textiles and Other Artifacts from the Awad Collection (Hardcover, illustrated edition)
Jere L. Bacharach
R553 Discovery Miles 5 530 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Corroded pieces of metal, stamped lumps of copper, broken bits of glass with partial inscriptions, fragments of textiles, tiny beads -- these were the raw material found at al-Fustat, the site of the first Muslim settlement in Egypt in the seventh century and the heart of Cairo for many centuries following. From the 1950s Dr. Henri Amin Awad accepted from the poor in this area objects that had no obvious market value in return for medical services rendered. Over the years he built up an extraordinary and important collection of artifacts. Carefully cleaned, sorted, and then analyzed by specialists, this material illuminates many areas of the archaeological record neglected or missing from other studies. The ten studies in this volume -- covering beads, bone, coins, glass weights and vessel stamps, medical instruments, medical prescriptions, metal objects, and textiles -- demonstrate the wide range of archaeological material once found in al-Fustat, a site no longer accessible since most of it has been buried under urban development or lost to a rising water table. Contributors: Ibrahim Abd al-Rahman, Abd al-Rahman Abd al-Tawwab, Henri Amin Awad, Jere L. Bacharach, Michael L. Bates, Lidia Domaszewicz, Katharina Eldada, Peter Francis, Jr., Sami K. Hamarneh, Nancy Arthur Hoskins, Peter Mentzel, Norman D. Nicol, Elizabeth Rodenbeck, W. Luke Treadwell

What Are the Stones Whispering? - Ramat Rahel: 3,000 Years of Forgotten History (Hardcover): Oded Lipschits What Are the Stones Whispering? - Ramat Rahel: 3,000 Years of Forgotten History (Hardcover)
Oded Lipschits
R1,330 R1,049 Discovery Miles 10 490 Save R281 (21%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The excavations at Ramat Rahel, just south of Jerusalem, revealed a complex of structures that existed for hundreds of years in which the Kingdom of Judah was a vassal of diverse empires. Over some 500 years, jars bearing seals were stored at the site. The findings throw new light on the late First Temple period and on most of that of the Second Temple. During these centuries Ramat Rahel was the administrative contact point between Judah and the ruling empires. This is what enabled independent Judean control of Jerusalem and the Temple, and the ability to maintain Jewish identity within Jerusalem almost without outside intervention and supervision. All this came to an end during the Hasmonean revolt.

The Oxford History of Ancient Egypt (Paperback, New Ed): Ian Shaw The Oxford History of Ancient Egypt (Paperback, New Ed)
Ian Shaw
R373 R297 Discovery Miles 2 970 Save R76 (20%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

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. It details the changing nature of life and death in the Nile valley, which gave rise to some of the earliest masterpieces of art, architecture, and literature in the ancient world.

Great Pyramid of Ghizeh from the Aspect of Symbolism and Religion (Paperback, illustrated edition): Frances W. Chapman Great Pyramid of Ghizeh from the Aspect of Symbolism and Religion (Paperback, illustrated edition)
Frances W. Chapman
R640 Discovery Miles 6 400 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. Because we believe this work is culturally important, we have made it available as part of our commitment for protecting, preserving, and promoting the world's literature in affordable, high quality, modern editions that are true to the original work.

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