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Soknopaiou Nesos

Boak, Arthur Edward Romilly

Soknopaiou Nesos

the University of Michigan excavations at Dimê in 1931-32

by Boak, Arthur Edward Romilly

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

    Places:
  • Dīmay (Extinct city),
  • Egypt
    • Subjects:
    • Manuscripts, Greek (Papyri) -- Egypt -- Dīmay (Extinct city),
    • Inscriptions, Greek -- Egypt -- Dīmay (Extinct city),
    • Numismatics -- Egypt -- Dīmay (Extinct city),
    • Dīmay (Extinct city) -- Antiquities.

    • Edition Notes

      A report of the work of the Egyptian expedition of the Institute of Archaeological Research of the University of Michigan. cf. Foreword.

      Other titlesMichigan excavations at Dimê in 1931-32.
      Statementedited by Arthur E. R. Boak.
      SeriesUniversity of Michigan studies. Humanistic series., vol. 39
      ContributionsPeterson, Enoch Ernest., Haatvedt, Rolfe Alden., University of Michigan. Institute of Archaeological Research.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDT73.S6 B6
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 47, [1] p.
      Number of Pages47
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6328737M
      LC Control Number35028372
      OCLC/WorldCa4219540

      mythological topography of the Book of the Fayyüm. Lastly, Paola Davoli and Andrew Wilburn offer archaeological and art historical papers. Davoli presents the provisional results of the Soknopaiou Ne-sos project over the years ("Soknopaiou Nesos Project New Archaeological Discoveries," pp. ). Although it had long.   Aset was known through Egypt as a deity who healed or answered prayers in dreams or oracles. She would bestow blessings on those She favored or upon those who honored Her. Aset or Isis Nepherses (Aset with the Beautiful Throne) from the Soknopaiou Nesos temple in the Fayyum is one such Goddess. Aset in Menouthis.

      Soknopaiou Nesos Project I (), will doubtless be welcomed by all those conducting research connected with this town. The massive volume presents the results of the excavations conducted at Soknopaiou Nesos from by the Centro di Studi Papirologici of the University of Salento. The co-editors of this book are the Greek. Tax receipt from the praktores argyrikōn of Soknopaiou Nesos Article (PDF Available) in Archiv für Papyrusforschung und verwandte Gebiete 60(1) September with 47 ReadsAuthor: Nicola Reggiani.

      The Kelsey has a long and proud tradition of sponsoring archaeological fieldwork in the Mediterranean and Near East. This tradition dates back to Francis Kelsey himself, who in the early twentieth century embarked on a series of excavations, most famously initiating work at Karanis, a Roman-period town in the Egyptian Fayoum. ‘Beware of Greeks bearing gifts’ an evocative statement which still resonates today. Prophecies and the desire to predict the future appear frequently in antiquity and present a fascinating insight into the social, political and religious life of the ancient world.


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Boak, Arthur Edward Romilly, Soknopaiou Nesos. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, The Soknopaiou Nesos Project (SNP), directed by Mario Capasso and Paola Davoli, started working at Dime es-Seba, the Graeco-Roman Soknopaiou Nesos, in 1 The kome (ca.

x m) was one of the numerous settlements founded during the regional project of land reclamation realized by Ptolemy I and : Paola Davoli, Christian Miks. Un Papyrus Grec: Petition Des Fermiers De Soknopaiou Nesos Au Stratege () (French Edition) [Barry, Leon] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Un Papyrus Grec: Petition Des Fermiers De Soknopaiou Nesos Au Stratege () (French Edition)Author: Leon Barry. Soknopaiou Nesos book Medinet Dima (Soknopaiou Nesos) Around 8km south of Qasr el-Sagha, towards Birket Qarun, is the site of the Graeco-Roman town of Soknopaiou Nesos.

Today known as Dimai, or Dimeh el-Siba (Dimeh of the Lions), the town is thought to have been founded during the Ptolemaic Period, but appears to have been built on an earlier neolithic settlement. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle.

A change in archaeological venue from prior excavations at Karanis to nearby Soknopaiou Nesos resulted in useful comparable data. Evidence has proven that both sites flourished in the same period, from the first century BCE to the third century CE.

Soknopaiou Nesos Project I (), will doubtless be welcomed by all those conducting research connected with this town. The massive volume presents the results of the excavations conducted at Soknopaiou Nesos from by the Centro di Studi Papirologici of the University of Salento.

The co-editors of this book are the Greek Author: Richard Jasnow. Buy Access; Help; About; Contact Us; Cookies; Encyclopedias | Text editions. WASHINGTON CODEX FOUND IN I n November ofa parchment codex (sheepskin paged, bound book) with painted wooden covers was dug up from the sands of Egypt.

It was found in sand filled ruins of a city vacated about A.D. at a place called Soknopaiou Nesos (Dimet, or Dimai), and sold to Charles Lang Freer, an American antiquities collector who did. Capasso – N. Pellé, 'Text in Context: Some Unpublished Greek Literary Papyri from the University of Michigan 'Excavation at Dime' (Fayoum Symposium Cairo, 30 Oct.

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Recommended Level: 24 Region: Faiyum Reward: XP Objectives: Speak to the stonemason Investigate beneath the Karanis temple Find and Get the payment near the bathing Sobek statue Find the storehouse in Soknopaiou Nesos Confront.

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