Old Kingdom Pottery from Giza

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American Univ in Cairo Press, 2008 - 315 pagina's
This publication discusses the pottery that was discovered by Zahi Hawass‚€™s excavations at Giza, including the Cemetery of the Pyramid Builders, the Western Cemetery, and the settlement beneath the modern suburb of Nazlet el-Samman. It is a comprehensive study of Old Kingdom pottery that includes a typology for these recent finds, as well as discussing the interrelationship between pottery from cemetery and settlement contexts.
 

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Abbreviations
10
New Excavations in the Western Cemetery
89
The Greater Cairo Waste Water Project and Salvage Archaeology
125
Ceramic Typological Study
189
Old Kingdom Pottery Fabric Classification
247
Appendix
259
Plans
299
Bibliography
311
Copyright

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Over de auteur (2008)

Zahi Hawass is Secretary General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities in Cairo, received his Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania and has been excavating in Egypt for over thirty years. In addition to his numerous scholarly publications, he is the author of several best-selling popularbooks. Ashraf Senussi is curator of the pharaonic and Greco-Roman section of the Kom Oshim Museum in Fayoum, Egypt. He has participated as a ceramic specialist in numerous excavations.

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