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Abusir XIX : Tomb of Hetepi (AS 20), Tombs AS 33-35 and AS 50-53 / Miroslav Bárta, Filip Coppens, Hana Vymazalová [and others].

Author/Creator:
Bárta, Miroslav, author.
Other Title:
Abusir 19
Tomb of Hetepi (AS 20), Tombs AS 33-35 and AS 50-53
Publication:
Prague : Charles University, Philosophical Faculty, 2010.
Series:
Excavations of the Czech Institute of Egyptology.
Format/Description:
Book
xxxvi, 422 pages : illustrations (some color), [1] folded plan ; 31 cm
Subjects:
Egypt -- Antiquities.
Tombs -- Egypt -- Abu Sir Site (Jīzah)
Excavations (Archaeology) -- Egypt -- Abu Sir Site (Jīzah)
Archeologické výzkumy -- Egypt.
Archeologické nálezy -- Egypt.
Hrobky -- starověký Egypt.
Excavations (archaeology) -- Egypt.
Antiquities -- Egypt.
Tombs -- Egypt.
Kolektivní monografie.
Collective monographs.
Antiquities.
Excavations (Archaeology)
Tombs.
Egypt.
Egypt -- Jīzah -- Abu Sir Site.
Grab.
Ausgrabung.
Funde.
Abusir (Gise)
Contents:
1. Introduction / H. Vymazalova
2. The tomb of Hetepi (AS 20)
2.1. The name and titles of Hetepi / M. Barta
2.1.1. Name
2.1.2. Titles
2.1.3. Family members of Hetepi
2.1.4. Attendants
2.2. Architecture / M. Barta
2.2.1. Superstructure
2.2.2. Substructure
2.3. Decoration / M. Barta
2.3.1. Northern wing facade
2.3.2. Southern wing facade
2.3.3. Colour conventions
2.4. Finds / M. Barta
2.5. Pottery / K. Arias Kytnarova
2.5.1. Archaeological context
2.5.2. The pottery assemblage
2.5.2.1. Jars
2.5.2.1.1. Beer jars
2.5.2.1.2. Other jars
2.5.2.2. Bowls
2.5.2.2.1. Bowls with inner ledge
2.5.2.2.2. Meidum bowls
2.5.2.2.3. Other bowls
2.5.2.3. Miniature vessels
2.5.2.4. Other pottery
2.5.3. Chronological implications of the pottery finds
2.5.4. Conclusions
2.6 Conservation treatment of decoration / M. Dvorak
2.6.1. The Present State of Hetepi's Tomb
2.6.2. The Actual Conservation Treatment
2.7. Conclusions / M. Barta
2.7.1. Architecture
2.7.2. Decoration
2.7.3. Titles and personal names
2.7.4. Date of the tomb
3. Tomb AS 33
3.1. Architecture / M. Barta
3.1.1. Superstructure
3.1.2. Substructure
3.1.3. Later modifications to the tomb
3.2. Finds / M. Barta
3.3. Pottery / K. Arias Kytnarova
3.3.1. Archaeological context
3.3.2. The pottery assemblage
3.3.2.1. Jars
3.3.2.1.1. Beer jars
3.3.2.1.2. Other jars
3.3.2.2. Bowls
3.3.2.2.1. Meidum bowls and bent-sided bowls
3.3.2.2.2. Other bowls
3.3.2.3. Stands
3.3.2.4. Bread forms
3.3.3. Conclusions
3.4. Stone vessels / P. Marikova Vlckova
3.4.1. Archaeological context of the stone vessel assemblage 3.4.2. General description of the assemblage
3.4.3. Catalogue of the finds
3.4.3.1. Catalogue of completely or partly preserved stone vessels
3.4.3.2. Catalogue of non-attributable fragments of the stone vessels
3.4.4. Typology of the stone vessels assemblage
3.4.4.1. Closed forms
3.4.4.1.1. Storage jars
3.4.4.1.2. Miniature jars
3.4.4.2. Open forms
3.4.4.2.1. Beakers
3.4.4.2.2. Bowls / plates / trays
3.4.5. Chronological implication
3.5. Petrology of stone vessels
its provenance and significance / M. Lang
3.5.1. Introduction
3.5.2. Basic Rock Types
3.5.2.1. Egyptian Alabaster
3.5.2.2. Limestone, Marble and other Carbonates
3.5.2.3. Red Breccia
3.5.2.4. Anorthosite
Light Types
3.5.2.5. Anorthosite
Dark Types
3.5.2.6. Metadiorite
3.5.2.7. Gabbro
3.5.2.8. Garnet Quartzite
3.5.2.9. Metagreywacke
3.5.3lage Conclusions
3.6. Animal bones / Z. Suvova
3.6.1. Animal Husbandry in Ancient Egypt
3.6.2. Methods
3.6.3. Features
3.6.4. Feature Comparison
3.6.5. Animal Size
3.6.6. Animal Age
3.6.7. Composition of the Anatomical Parts of Cattle
3.6.8. Pathology
3.6.9. Taphonomic Characteristics
3.6.10. Function of features
3.6.11. Conclusion
3.7. Conclusions / M. Barta
4. The eastern group of tombs (AS 34-35 and 50-53)
4.1. The tomb of Iymery (AS 34) / F. Coppens
4.1.1. The name and titles of the tomb owner / H. Vymazalova
4.1.1.1. The name Iymery
4.1.1.2. The titles of Iymery
4.1.2. Architecture of the tomb of Iymery / H. Vymazalova
4.1.2.1. Superstructure
4.1.2.2. Substructure
4.1.3. Builders' inscriptions in the tomb of Iymery / H. Vymazalova
4.2. The surrounding tombs of unknown owners: AS 35 and AS 50-53 / L. Varadzin 4.2.1. Tomb AS 35
4.2.1.1. Superstructure
4.2.1.2. Substructure
4.2.2. Tomb AS 50
4.2.2.1. The mud-brick wall to the east of AS 50
4.2.3. Tomb AS 51
4.2.3.1. Superstructure
4.2.3.2. Substructure
4.2.4. Tomb AS 52
4.2.4.1. Superstructure
4.2.4.2. Substructure
4.2.5. The destroyed tomb AS 53
4.2.6. Secondary burials and deposits
4.3. Finds / F. Coppens
4.3.1. Stone objects
4.3.2. Wooden objects
4.3.3. Varia
4.4. Pottery from the eastern group of tombs (AS 34-35 and 50-53) / K. Arias Kytnarova
4.4.1. Archaeological context of the pottery finds
4.4.1.1. The tomb of Iymery (AS 34)
4.4.1.2. Tomb AS 35
4.4.1.3. Tomb AS 50
4.4.1.4. Tomb AS 51
4.4.1.5. Tomb AS 52
4.4.1.6. Tomb AS 53
4.4.1.7. Late Period burials and deposits
4.4.2. Area trends
4.4.3. Spatial distribution of the pottery
4.4.3.1 Burial shafts
4.4.3.2. Pottery from the corridors
4.4.4. Conclusions
4.4.5. List of pottery finds from the eastern group of mastabas (AS 34-35 and AS 50-53)
4.5. Human skeletal remains / P. Mala
4.5.1. Methods
4.5.2. Osteological description of Old Kingdom skeletons
4.5.2.1. Mastaba AS 35
4.5.2.2. Mastaba AS 51
4.5.2.3. Mastaba AS 52
4.5.2.4. Mastaba AS 53
4.5.3. Osteological description of the Late Period
Ptolemaic secondary burials
4.5.4. Conclusion
4.6. Animal bones / Z. Suvova
4.6.1. Animals and funeral areas in Ancient Egypt
4.6.2. Methods
4.6.3. Particular contexts from the Old Kingdom
4.6.3.1. Mastaba AS 34
4.6.3.2. Mastaba AS 35
4.6.3.3. Mastaba AS 53
4.6.4. Particular contexts from the Late Period
Ptolemaic era
4.6.5. Particular context with date unknown
4.6.6. Animal age
4.6.7. Animal sex
4.6.8.1 Animal size
4.6.9. Osteopathology
4.6.10. Taphonomy
4.6.11. Types of contexts
4.6.12. Conclusion
4.7. Organic materials / H. Brezinova
4.7.1. Plant remains from the eastern group of mastabas / P. Pokorny
4.7.1.1. Plant remains from AS 53
4.7.1.2. Plant remains from a Late Period secondary burial
4.7.2. Pollen analysis of finds from the eastern group of mastabas / P. Pokorny
4.7.3. Determination of insect fragments from mastaba AS 53 / J. Hava
4.7.4. Xylotomical analysis of samples from the eastern group of mastabas / J. Novak
4.7.4.1. Methodology
4.7.4.2. Old Kingdom
4.7.4.3. Late Period
Ptolemaic era
4.7.4.4. Discussion and conclusion
4.7.5. Textile fragments from the eastern group of mastabas / H. Brezinova
4.7.5.1. Methodology
4.7.5.2. Old Kingdom
4.7.5.3. Late Period
Ptolemaic era
4.8^
4.6.7. Animal sex
4.6.8.1 The eastern group of lesser tombs: a middle class cemetery in South Abusir / L. Varadzin
4.8.1. The date and development of the eastern group of tombs
4.8.2. Burial customs
4.8.3. Conclusion
Appendix. Several notes on the Abusir South pottery classification / K. Arias Kytnarova
Indexes
1. Sites
2. Kings and queens
3. Gods
4. Individuals
5. Titles
6. Egyptian terms
7. Tombs
8. Fauna
9. Flora
10. Stone materials.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contributor:
Coppens, Filip, author.
Vymazalová, Hana, author.
Český egyptologický ústav.
ISBN:
9788073083250
8073083256
OCLC:
712907053
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