Studies in Ancient Art and Civilization XIII

W ostatnim tomie czasopisma “Studies in Ancient Art and Civilization” (XIII, 2009) znajdują się następujące artykuły:

  • Krzysztof M. Ciałowicz, Female Representations from Tell el-Farkha
  • Magdalena Sobas, Tell el-Farkha 2006-2008. Ceramics from Cult Room No. 211
  • Marcin Czarnowicz, Tell el- Farkha 2006. Oval-shaped Pottery from Grave No. 9
  • Piotr Kołodziejczyk, Tell el-Farkha 2006. Granary Models
  • Grzegorz Pryc, Tell el-Farkha 2007. Stone Vessels from Grave No. 55
  • Maciej Pawlikowski, Tell el-Farkha 2007. Mineralogical and Petrographical Investigation of Grave No. 55
  • Éva Liptay, The Wooden Inner Coffin of Takhenemet in the Czartoryski Museum, Kraków
  • Grzegorz First, The Ptah-Sokar-Osiris Statuettes in the Cracow Collections
  • Katarzyna Bodziony-Szweda, Aknenaten’s Monotheism in the Light of Discoveries from the Amarna Workmen’s Village
  • Tomasz Podgórski, Tutankhamun’s Falcon Corselet Against Iconographical and Textual Background
  • Anna Nodzyńska, Gods of the Western Desert
  • Tomasz Polański, The Nilotic Mosaic in Saint Stephen’s Church of Gaza in Choricius’ Description
  • Agnieszka Muc, Some Remarks on the Egyptian Monastic Dress in the Context of Literary Sources and Funerary Finds
  • Joanna Kozakiewicz, Marcin Poczobut-Odlanicki and his Dissertation on the Dating of the Dendera Zodiac
  • Grzegorz Nieć, Count Stanisław Tarnowski in Egypt in 1858 and his Account of this Journey
  • Joachim Śliwa, Egyptian Orangery of Anna and Stanisław Małachowski in Końskie
  • Leszek Zinkow, Two Grave-Sphinxes from the Rakowicki Cemetery in Cracow

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