By Manfred Bietak
Contents: B. Bader, G.K. Kunst und U. Thanheiser, Knochen, Korner und Keramik, Interdisziplinare Auswertung einer Opfergrube aus 'Ezbet Helmi; M. Bietak, ok. Kopetzky, L.E. Stager, and R. Voss, Synchronisation of Stratigraphies: Ashkelon and inform el-Dab'a; J. Budka, Neues zu den Nutzungsphasen des Monumentalgrabes von Anch-Hor, Obersthofmeister der Gottesgemahlin Nitokris (TT 414); I. Forstner-Muller, T. Herbich, C. Schweitzer, and M. Weissl, initial file at the Geophysical Survey at inform el-Dab'a/Qantir in Spring 2008; P. Fuscaldo, The Nubian Pottery from the Palace District of Avaris at 'Ezbet Helmi, parts H/III and H/VI half III: The "Classic" Kerma Pottery from the second one Intermediate interval and the 18th Dynasty; A. Hassler, Mykenisches in Amarna Funde der Deutschen Orient-Gesellschaft im Agyptischen Museum Berlin; A. Hassler and F. Hoflmayer, Mostagedda 1874 and Gurob 23: Notes on a few fresh Radiocarbon Dates and Their value for Egyptian Archaeology and Chronology; F. Hoflmayer, Das Ende von SM IB: naturwissenschaftliche und archaologische Datierung; S. Laemmel, initial file at the Pottery from zone Q IV at Qantir/Pi-Ramesse, Excavations of the Roemer-Pelizaeus Museum, Hildesheim; E.S. Marcus, Y. Porath, R. Schiestl, A. Seiler, and S.M. Paley, the center country Egyptian Pottery from heart Bronze Age IIa Tel Ifshar; E.S. Marcus, Y. Porath, and S.M. Paley, The Early heart Bronze Age IIa levels at Tel Ifshar and Their exterior family members; M.A.S. Martin, Egyptians at Ashkelon? An Assemblage of Egyptian and Egyptian-Style Pottery; T. Schneider, Das Ende der kurzen Chronologie: Eine kritische Bilanz der Debatte zur absoluten Datierung des Mittleren Reiches und der Zweiten Zwischenzeit; T. Schneider, Innovation in Literature on Behalf of Politics: the story of the 2 Brothers, Ugarit, and nineteenth Dynasty background; H. Tronchere, F. Salomon, Y. Callot, J.-P. Goiran, L. Schmitt, I. Forstner-Muller, and M. Bietak, Geoarchaeology of Avaris: First effects.
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11, 15). This phase sees also the first appearance of Red, White and Blue Ware (Fig. 7, 15) and of brown burnished jugs with cut spouts and double or tripartite handles (Fig. 4, 12) at the site. Ridged neck pithoi (Fig. 6, 14) are, until now, known only from Ashkelon and Tell el-Dabca, on the latter site exclusively from ph. G/1–3. ASHKELON PH. 13 = TD PHASES G/1–3 The second city gate of Ashkelon, ph. 13 and ph. G/1–3 of Tell el-Dabca besides the earlier material of the moat deposit, provide the first appearance of burnished juglets with button base, small red burnished globular cups, carinated bowls with either a sharp or round carination.
Vgl. B. BADER, Von Palmen und Vögeln, 54–56. B. BADER, Processing and Analysis of Ceramic Finds at the Egyptian Site of Tell el-Dabca, fig. 11–12. V. MÜLLER, Bestand und Deutung, 178. V. a. Rinderknochen verbrannt wurden, die jedoch zu massiv wären, um als Ganzes in eine gewöhnliche S-Schale gepaßt zu haben. Allerdings könnten Fleisch oder Knochen zerteilt worden sein oder über die Schale hinausgeragt haben. Vgl. V. MÜLLER, Bestand und Deutung, 178. Dieser Prozentsatz entspricht genau dem Befund von V.
S. ALLEN, Miniature and Model Vessels in Ancient Egypt, in: M. , The Old Kingdom Art and Archaeology, Proceedings of the Conference held in Prague, May 31–June 4, 2004, Prague 2006, 19–24. V. MÜLLER, Tell el-Dabca XVII, Schalen mit Standfläche, Bd. 1, 66–74. V. MÜLLER, Tell el-Dabca XVII, Schalen mit Ringboden, Bd. 1, 80–83. V. MÜLLER, Tell el-Dabca XVII, rundbodige Näpfe und Näpfe mit Standboden, Bd. 1, 89–95, 101. V. MÜLLER, Tell el-Dabca XVII, Bechervasen, Bd. 1, 101–104. 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 V.