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by Lisa Heidorn,Clemens D. Reichel,Carol Meyer,Lisa A. Heidorn,Alexandra A. O'Brien

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Author: Lisa Heidorn,Clemens D. Reichel,Carol Meyer,Lisa A. Heidorn,Alexandra A. O'Brien
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Oriental Institute Communications (OIC). Carol Meyer and Lisa Heidorn Chapter 3. Main Settlement 1996 and 1997 Surveys.

Oriental Institute Communications (OIC). Carol Meyer Chapter 4. Outliers. Carol Meyer, with contributions by Lisa Heidorn, Alexandra A. O'Brien, and Clemens Reichel Chapter 5. Cemeteries and the Question of Religion. Carol Meyer Chapter 6. Pottery from the 1996 and 1997 surveys. Carol Meyer and Lisa Heidorn Chapter 7. Small Finds and Dipinti. Carol Meyer Chapter 8. Ancient gold Mining, Miners, and Ore Reduction. Carol Meyer Chapter 9. Conclusions.

Announced today: OIC 30. Bir Umm Fawakhir, Volume 2: Report on the 1996-1997 Survey Seasons. By Carol Meyer, with contributions by Lisa Heidorn, Alexandra A. O'Brien, and Clemens Reichel. Purchase Book Download PDF Terms of Use. Bir Umm Fawakhir is a fifth-sixth century . Coptic/Byzantine gold-mining town located in the central Eastern Desert of Egypt

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by Carol Meyer, Alexandra A. O'Brien, Lisa A. Heidorn, Clemens D. Reichel . Part of the ORIENTAL INSTITUTE COMMUNICATIONS series. In Stock - usually despatched within 24 hours. Bir Umm Fawakhir is a fifth-sixth century AD Coptic/Byzantine gold-mining town in the central Eastern Desert of Egypt. This is the final report on the 1996 and 1997 excavation seasons, completing the detailed map of the main settlement, continuing the investigation of the outlying clusters of ruins and looking at the gold-extraction process.

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by Lisa Heidorn, Clemens D. Reichel, Carol Meyer, Lisa A. Heidorn, Alexandra A. O'Brien, Clemens Reichel. ISBN 9781885923714 (978-1-885923-71-4) Softcover, Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, 2011. Make It Simpler: A Practical Guide To Problem Solving In Mathematics.

Report on the 1996-1997 Survey Seasons, Oriental Institute Communications 3.

Report on the 1996-1997 Survey Seasons, Oriental Institute Communications 30. Jan 2011.

Carol Meyer, Lisa A. Heidorn, Salima Ikram. Bir Umm Fawakhir 3 is the last of the final reports on the archaeological surveys and excavations at the Byzantine site of Bir Umm Fawakhir in the central Eastern Desert of Egypt; it remains the only intensively studied ancient Egyptian gold-mining operation, and one of very few completely mapped towns of the era. Along with other recent excavations and surveys, it demonstrates the Byzantine empire's continuing activities in the Eastern Desert, not abandonment, as had long been believed.

Meyer, . et al. Chicago: Oriental Institute Communications 30. 2011. Meyer, . L. A. Heidorn, S. Ikram, R. Jaeschke, T. Roby, W. Smith. Bir Umm Fawakhir 3: Excavations 1999-2001. Chicago: Oriental Institute Publications 141, 2014. Mikhail, M. S. From Byzantine to Islamic Egypt.

Bir Umm Fawakhir is a fifth-sixth century AD Coptic/Byzantine gold-mining town located in the central Eastern Desert of Egypt. The Bir Umm Fawakhir Project of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago carried out four seasons of archaeological survey at the site, in 1992, 1993, 1996, and 1997; one season of excavation in 1999; and one study season in 2001. This volume is the final report on the 1996 and 1997 seasons. The goals of the 1996 and 1997 field seasons were to complete the detailed map of the main settlement, to continue the investigation of the outlying clusters of ruins or "Outliers" and to address some specific questions such as the ancient gold-extraction process. The completion of these goals makes the main settlement at Bir Umm Fawakhir one of the only completely mapped towns of the period in Egypt. Not only is the main settlement plotted room for room and door for door but also features such as guardposts, cemeteries, paths, roads, wells, outlying clusters of ruins and mines are known and some of these are features not always readily detectable archaeologically. This volume presents the pre-Coptic material; a detailed discussion of the remains in the main settlement, outliers and cemeteries; the Coptic/Byzantine pottery, small finds and dipinti; as well as a study of ancient mining techniques.