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Studies in Ancient Art and Civilization 2011, nr 15

red. Ewdoksia Papuci-Władyka

Publisher: Księgarnia Akademicka, 2011
Page(s): 286
Studies in ancient art and civilization, 15
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Author: red. Ewdoksia Papuci-Władyka

Publisher: Księgarnia Akademicka, 2011

Studies in ancient art and civilization, 15


Page(s): 286



Krzysztof M. Ciałowicz, Fantastic creatures and cobras from Tell el-Farkha /11
Joanna Dębowska-Ludwin, Early Egyptian tomb security – middle class burials from Tell el-Farkha /29
Maciej Pawlikowski and Joanna Dębowska-Ludwin, Bone material and mineralogical processes of its destruction at the site of Tell el-Farkha /37
Magdalena Maria Nowak, Results of the preliminary analysis of Lower Egyptian settlement discovered on the Central Kom in Tell el-Farkha /49
Mariusz A. Jucha, Tell Abu el-Halyat. The new Naqada III – Old Kingdom (?) site in the northeastern Nile Delta /65
Marcin Czarnowicz, Knobbed bowls from Naqada II and III contexts in Egypt /77
Joachim Śliwa, Pharaoh triumphing over an enemy. Remarks on a scene from Aksha /91
Tomasz Podgórski, A brief excursus on some royal portraits from the Temple of Thotmes III at Deir el-Bahari /101
Krzysztof Jakubiak, Some remarks on the camel on Sasanian seals /107
Agata Dobosz, What did the burning torch appearing on Rhodian amphora stamps symbolise? /117
Wojciech Machowski, Graves beneath barrows on Ancient necropoleis in the North-Pontic area /127
Edyta Marzec, The domed-mouth unguentaria from Cyprus /151
Agnieszka Fulińska, The missing link? Iconography and literary legend of Alexander the Great /159
Wojciech Sowa, Old Persian Yanā takabarā and Macedonian Kαυσία /175
Marta Korczyńska-Zdąbłarz, Lasa ed iconografia delle figure femminili alate su alcuni monumenti etruschi /185
Kamil Kopij, Pietas in the propaganda of Sextus Pompey /203
Dorota Gorzelany, Devicta Brittania. Fragment of a Roman sword scabbard in Krakow /219
Katarzyna Lach, Roman coins from Berenike (Seasons 1994-2000) /229
Agnieszka Ochał-Czarnowicz, The cult of heroes reflected on mosaic pavements /235
Marta Kania, Discovery and manipulations. Some comments about archaeology, politics and the right to the cultural heritage in Peru in the centenary of the ‘Scientific Discovery’ of Machupicchu /247
Grażyna Wrona, Polish scientific magazines on Classical philology, archaeology and prehistory in the period 1918-1939 /263
Leszek Zinkow, The ‘Egyptian House’, Hans Makart and Cleopatra from Krakow /275
Editorial Note /286