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Funerary stelae from Kom Abou Billou

Finley Hooper

Funerary stelae from Kom Abou Billou

by Finley Hooper

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Published by Kelsey Museum of Archaeology in Ann Arbor .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Stele (Archaeology),
  • Sepulchral monuments -- Egypt -- Kom Abou Billou

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Finley A. Hooper.
    SeriesStudies / Kelsey Museum of Archaeology -- 1, Studies (Kelsey Museum of Archaeology) -- 1
    ContributionsKelsey Museum of Archaeology.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDT62 S8 H6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination165 p. :
    Number of Pages165
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17934447M

    Finley Hooper, author of a catalog of stelae from Terenouthis, Funerary Stelae from Kom Abou Billou (Ann Arbor: Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, ), calls it “one of the most pleasing in the entire group” of stelae discovered at the site. These are high marks given that more than two hundred of these objects exist! 12 juil. - Terenuthis - El Tarrana - Kom Abu Billo - Hathor Mefkat - Isis Thermuthis - papyri. Voir plus d'idées sur le thème Égypte, Stèle funéraire, Egypte pharaon pins.

    Melie Le Roy is a specialist in physical anthropology with particular interest in the study of funerary practices related to children. She is also a field archaeologist and is currently leading two projects in the South of France, involving the excavation of a cave and a dolmen, both of which date to the Late Neolithic.. Funerary Stelae from Kom Abou Billou Publication Author Wilfong, T.G. Hooper, Finlay A. Publication Year Type Category Artifact. Collection Access; images/descriptions are openly available. Rights/Permissions;.

    To date, all the accumulated evidence indicates that Terenouthis and its neighboring "city of the dead" at Kom Abou Billou number among the most ancient of Egypt's habitation and burial sites. Fig. 6. STELE OF THE MATRON SEOSOUTHIS reclining on her funerary couch (kline) and making libation. She is protected by two jackals of Anubis, and to the. Funerary Stelae from Kom Abou Billou Publication Author Hooper, Finlay A. Publication Year Type Category Artifact. Collection Access; images/descriptions are openly available. Rights/Permissions; The University of Michigan Library provides access to these materials for educational and research purposes. These materials may be.


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Hooper. Author. Hooper, Finley, Other Authors. Kelsey Museum of Archaeology Published. Ann Arbor, Mich.: Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, Physical Description. p., 16 leaves of plates ; 23 cm. Series. Studies / The University of Michigan, Kelsey Museum of Archaeology ; 1.

Buy Funerary stelae from Kom Abou Billou book Stelae from Kom Abou Billou (Kelsey Museum of Archaeology. Studies. 1.) by Finley Allison Hooper (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Finley Allison Hooper. Hooper, Funerary Stelae from Kom Abou Billou [Terenouthis], Wrap text lines Ignore spaces in search Search Help.

All Regions; Attica (IG I-III) Peloponnesos (IG IV-[VI]) Central Greece (IG VII-IX) Northern Greece (IG X) Thrace and the. The 2nd- to 5th-century funerary stelae from Kom Abou Billou clearly show the transition between Pharaonic and Coptic art, with the first crosses shaped like the ankh, key of life.

The 4th- and 5th-century sculpture equally marks this transition, where Christian symbolism was influenced by Graeco-Roman mythology as well as older Pharaonic subjects. Le Roy, M., Picavet, P. and Dhennin, S.'La dernière phase d’occupation de la nécropole de Kôm Abou Billou. Données archéologiques et anthropologiques inédites', BIFAOWagdy Abd El-Ghaffar.

and El-Ebiary Hassan, A., 'New Funerary Stelae from Kom Abou Bellou', BIFAO (), See also data from IFAO. Search Results for "stelae" Stelae from Egypt and Nubia in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, C BC-AD Geoffrey Thorndike Martin,S.

Some funerary stelae from Kom Abou Bellou [Aly, Zaki] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Some funerary stelae from Kom Abou BellouAuthor: Zaki Aly. Funerary stelae from Kom Abou Billou by Finley Hooper 1 edition - first published in Not in Library.

Greek realities by Finley History, Accessible book, Protected DAISY, Civilization, Internet Archive Wishlist, Civilisation. Hooper, Finley M., Funerary Stelae from Kom Abou Billou, Ann Arbor el-Nassery, S.

und Guy Wagner, "Nouvelles stèles de Kom Abou Bellou", Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 78 (), Parlasca, Klaus, "Zur Stellung der Terenuthis-Stelen.

Egyptian, possibly from Kom Abou Billou 2nd-3rd century CE Limestone Purchased through the Hood Museum of Art Acquisitions Fund; S This limestone funerary stele, possibly from the necropolis of Kom Abou Billou in Lower Egypt, would have been placed in a tomb along with the mummified remains of the dead.

Bulletin de l'Institut Historique belge de Rome p., x mm, Ref.: Languages: French, Italian, Dutch Paperback The publication is no longer available.

Improve this author Combine/separate works. Finley Allison Hooper; Author division. Finley Allison Hooper is currently considered a "single author." If one or more works are by a distinct, homonymous authors, go ahead and split the author. Includes. Finley Hooper, author of a catalog of stelae from Terenouthis, Funerary Stelae from Kom Abou Billou (Ann Arbor: Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, ), calls it "one of the most pleasing in the entire group" of stelae discovered at the site.

These are high marks given that more than two hundred of these objects exist. A stele (/ ˈ s t iː l i / STEE-lee), or occasionally stela (plural stelas or stelæ), when derived from Latin, is a stone or wooden slab, generally taller than it is wide, erected in the ancient world as a surface of the stele often has text, ornamentation, or both.

These may be inscribed, carved in relief, or painted. Stelae were created for many reasons. Funerary Stelae from Kom Abou Billou.

By Clark Hopkins. Abstract. University of 1, no. 2- issued as the University of Michigan official publication, v. 63, no. Electronic serial mode of access: World Wide an quarterly revie. F.A. Hooper, Funerary Stelae from Kom Abou Billou (Ann Arbor ) 10 and plate VIII a, where the child wears short clothes.

4 The aedicula is only suggested by the incised contour and is not decorated with columns and an architrave as are other Terenouthis stelai, see, e.g., Parlasca ( note 2) Tafel LXIc.

You will find funerary stelae (2nd-5th century) from Kom Abou Billou whose style and iconography mark the transition between religious Pharaonic art (Horus falcon, Anubis jackal) and Coptic art (orant with arms raised, crosses, birds) symbolising the hoped for resurrection.By Caroline Roberts, Conservator Conservators wield some impressive photo-processing skills, in no small part because of the extensive photographic documentation we do in our use our image-processing skills for research purposes, too.

Right now I’m taking multispectral photos of limestone funerary stelae from the Roman Egyptian city of Terenouthis so that I can begin .Funerary Stelae from Kom Abou Billou. Kelsey Museum Studies 1. By Finley A. Hooper.