Bibliography: p. 99-100.
|Statement||by Ahmad El-Sawi.|
|LC Classifications||DT73.B37 E48|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||242 p. :|
|Number of Pages||242|
Get Book. Book Description: Enjoy a firsthand look at archaeological fieldwork as Professor Cline recounts his own excavations at Israel's Tel Kabri. Follow the work at the site from to , centering on an elaborate Bronze Age Canaanite palace, its striking architectural features, and the oldest and largest wine cellar ever discovered in. "A Head Of Rameses II From Tell Basta" published on 01 Jan by : Zahi Hawass. Following the – Swiss excavations at Tell Basta—the epicenter of Bastet’s worship, about 35 miles north of Cairo—the European art market was flooded by cat representations, which further drove the demand for charming feline antiquities. Excavations at Tell Basta: Report of Seasons and Catalogue of Finds. By AHMAD EL-SAWI. Prague: Charles Univer-sity, Pp. + figs. + 2 maps. This book records the results of certain of the excavations undertaken by the Egyptian Department of Antiquities at Tell Basta, the site of the ancient city of Bubastis located ca.
Excavations at Tell Basta, Report of Seasons and Catalogue of Fi00 $ Faras VII, Les elements decoratifs sur les peintures de Faras ,00 $ Giza Plateau Mapping Project Season preliminary Report, Giza Occasional Papers 2 25,00 $. Excavations at Ballana ,00 $ Excavations at Tell Basta, Report of Seasons and Catalogue of Fi00 $ Excavations between . To get a more detailed–and accurate–view of the discoveries at Bubastis, I recommend the ongoing blog of the Tell Basta excavation team. Click on the following link for a downloadable pdf of the British Museum’s publication, A Naos of Nekhthorheb from Bubastis. Recent excavations at Tell Basta have revealed many important finds. Egyptian and German archaeologists have been working at the site for more than a decade and in a cache of small gold figurines and some faience was uncovered in two bowls during clearance of the Rameses II Temple colonnade. In an SCA team doing clearance work found a.
Bubastis (Bohairic Coptic: Ⲡⲟⲩⲃⲁⲥϯ Poubasti; Greek: Βούβαστις Boubastis or Βούβαστος Boubastos), also known in Arabic as Tell-Basta or in Egyptian as Per-Bast, was an ancient Egyptian city. Bubastis is often identified with the biblical Pi-Beseth (Hebrew: פי-בסת py-bst, Ezekiel ). It was the capital of its own nome, located along the River Nile in. Both of these books have long been out of print, and are now outdated by the more recent (mids) excavation information put forth by the late Dr. Labib Habachi in his book, Tell-Basta (also out of print and difficult to acquire). Finds dating from all periods of Kemetic history have been made at the Tell-Basta site; a current mission. Recent Excavations At The Ancient Harbor Of Saww (Mersa/Wadi Gawasis) On The Red Sea Observations On Copying And The Hieroglyphic Tradition In The Production Of The Book Of The Dead. A Group Of Art Works In The Amarna Style The Tomb Of A Hety-’, Theban Tomb A Head Of Rameses II From Tell Basta. A Pasha’s Pleasures: R.G. Gayer. Temples of BUBASTIS excavation (Tell-Basta). There are cats mummies arround Goddess BASTET Temple, here you can see a lot of beautiful Statues in the video has ANCIENT EGYPTIAN MUSIC.