Marsa Matruh II

The Objects

Serie: Prehistory Monographs 2

This volume of the report on the excavations at Marsa Matruh on Bates's Island, which is located on the seacoast at the north of Egypt's western desert, publishes the local and imported pottery, the crucibles and other evidence for metalworking, the organic finds (including ostrich egg shells), and the other discoveries made at the site. Les mer
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This volume of the report on the excavations at Marsa Matruh on Bates's Island, which is located on the seacoast at the north of Egypt's western desert, publishes the local and imported pottery, the crucibles and other evidence for metalworking, the organic finds (including ostrich egg shells), and the other discoveries made at the site. The pottery found in the excavations indicates that this small Late Bronze Age settlement had links to several cultures: Cyprus, the Aegean, Egypt, the coast of western Asia, and the local Marmarican people.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Aegean Pottery and Selected Cypriot Pottery (Pamela Russell); Bronze Age Plain Pottery: Egyptian, Canaanite, and Cypriot (Linda Hulin); Late Bronze Age Implements and Other Miscellaneous Objects (Donald White with contributions by Brigit Crowell, David Killick, and Vincent Pigott); Organic Finds from the Island and Adjacent Areas (David S Reese and Mark J Rose); The Archaeology of Bates's Island and its Lagoon (Mohamad Nabil el-Hadidi, with contributions by Ibrahim el-Garf and Nahed M Waly); Pottery of the Greek and Roman Periods (Donald Bailey); Post-Bronze Age Artifacts (Donald White with contributions by Murray McClellan, William Metcalf and Joyce Reynolds); Ottoman Era Local and Imported Pottery (James Thorn); Final Summary of the Evidence (Linda Hulin and Donald White). Appendix I: MASCA Analysis of Crucibles and Lumps of Ore (Donald White, Stuart J Fleming, David Killick, Vincent C Pigott, and Charles P Swann). Appendix II: Late Bronze Age Sherds Context List.

Om forfatteren

Donald White is Professor of Classical Archaeology at the University of Pennsylvania, and Curator of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology's Mediterranean Section. He is editor-in-chief of the publication series The Extramural Sanctuary of Demeter and Persephone at Cyrene, Libya.