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Pottery from Karanis

Johnson, Barbara

Pottery from Karanis

excavations of the University of Michigan

by Johnson, Barbara

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Published by University of Michigan Press in Ann Arbor .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Karanis (Extinct city),
  • Egypt.
    • Subjects:
    • Pottery -- Egypt.,
    • Karanis (Extinct city)

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Barbara Johnson.
      SeriesStudies / the University of Michigan, Kelsey Museum of Archaeology ;, 7, Studies (Kelsey Museum of Archaeology) ;, 7.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDT73.K33 J63
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 127 p., 80 p. of plates :
      Number of Pages127
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4268615M
      ISBN 100472027166
      LC Control Number81014660

      Pottery at Karanis preserves evidence of importation, from North African centers and local centers of pottery production. Agricultural implements, and tools for the production of textiles were found in great numbers at Karanis. These are plain, sturdy implements. the book you now hold in your hands—Karanis: An Egyptian Town in Roman Times, by elaine K. gazda, lamps, the pottery and the topography and architec-ture of the later seasons of excavation. Karanis ma-terial had also figured prominently in a number of.

      Item #M Very rare. Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, First edition. In-4, softcover book of 55 pages and several hundred plates, numbered to , loose in a box as issued. Box is slightly broken, but still holds. Language: English. Relevant subjects: Egypt, Art.   The last section of this book highlights all the types of research being done on materials from Karanis, from using computer software to map locations of artifacts throughout the village to .

      Pottery Books & Videos Whether you're just learning the basics or a seasoned potter, you can find pottery books and videos to suit all skill levels. We have the books and videos you're looking for to learn new techniques and advance your skills in pottery and ceramics. Kom Oshim (Karanis) is the first village when traveling the desert road from Cairo. It is south-east towards the Fayoum. Moreover, it is the center for visiting several sites of interest. Kom Oshim (Karanis) situated to the north-east of Qarun's Lake. In fact, Kom Oshim (Karanis.


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