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Tell Atrib III, Terracotta Oil Lamps, Tell Atrib 1985-1995

Tell Atrib III, Terracotta Oil Lamps, Tell Atrib 1985-1995

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Tell Atrib III, Terracotta Oil Lamps, Tell Atrib 1985-1995

by Jolanta Mlynarczyk

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Varsovie: Centre d'Archeologie Mediterraneenne de l'Academie Polonaise des Sciences, Editions Neriton, 2012. 1st Edition . Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. 28,5x20 cm. ISBN: 978-83-7543-233-6 Description: hardback,180 pages (28,5x20cm), 44 figs., 30 plates, 300 vols printed Condition: very good Weight: 1150g. Tell Atrib III, Jolanta Mlynarczyk, Terracotta Oil Lamps, Tell Atrib 1985-1995, Centre d'Archeologie Mediterraneenne de l'Academie Polonaise des Sciences, Varsovie 2012 PREFACE by Karol Mysliwiec ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ABBREVIATIONS ABBREVIATIONS FOR COLLECTIONS AND PROVENIENCES OF LAMPS INTRODUCTION General remarks Classification principles Lamp fabrics and their descriptions Conventions TYPOLOGY OF THE LAMPS FROM TELL ATRIB TA I. Wheel-made lamps TA I.1. "Open" ("saucer") lamp with pinched spout TA I.2. "Chimney" lamps (the lamps with central tube) TA I.3. Lamps corresponding to Athenian Howland Type 25 B Prime TA I.4. Lamps with flat-topped nozzle, concave base, side lug on shoulder TA I.5. Lamp with very short flat-topped nozzle, flat raised base and side lug TA I.6. Egyptian descendants of Howland Type 25 D Prime TA I.7. Shallow body on flat raised base; convex ring around filling hole, flat-topped nozzle, no side lug TA I.3-I.7. Fragmentary lamps with flat-topped nozzle (no base parts preserved) TA I.8. Globular body on ring base; convex ring around filling hole, flat-topped nozzle, no side lug TA I.9. Lamps with convex-topped nozzle and concave base (Rhodian type) TA I.10. Related to Rhodian type; collar-like edge around the filling hole cavity and strap handle TA I.11. Lamps with a very short convex-topped nozzle; base concave underneath TA I.12. Lugless lamp, body rounded in section, standing on flat base TA II, 1. Lamps corresponding to Alexandrian Type A TA II 1.a. Lamps standing on concave bases TA II.1.b. Lamps standing on ring bases TA II.1.c. Lamps standing on flat circular bases TA II.1.d. Lamps without any base preserved TA II.2. Decorated variety of Alexandrian Type A and its developments TA II,3. Alexandrian Type L-Prime TA II.4. Alexandrian Type B TA II.4.a. Subtype B.a TA II.4.b. Subtype B.b TA I1.4.c. Subtype B.c TA II.5. Alexandrian Type J TA II.6. Alexandrian Type K TA II.6.a. Subtype K.a TA II.e.b. Subtype K.b TA II.7. Alexandrian Type L TA ILS. Alexandrian Type M TA II.8,8. Subtype M.a TA II.8,b. Subtype M.b TA II.9. Alexandrian Type D TA II.10. Imitation of a bronze lamp. Early Hellenistic TA II.11. Alexandrian Type F TA II.12. Alexandrian Type G TA II.13. Alexandrian Type F/G TA II.14. Alexandrian Type H TA II.15. Alexandrian Types E and R-Pritne TA II.a. Type E TA II.15.b-d. Type E-Piime TA II.15.b, Subtype E-Prime.c.l TA II.15.C. Subtype E-Prime.c.2 TA II.15.d. Subtype E-Prime.c.3 TA II.16. Alexandrian Type P-Prime TA II.17. Alexandrian Type P TA II.18. Alexandrian Types O and O-Prime TA II.18.a. Alexandrian Type O- TA II.l8.b. Alexandrian Type O-Prime TA II.19. Alexandrian Type O/P: variant with handle TA II.20. "Jug" lumps, Hellenistic mould-made TA II.23. Miscellaneous "transitional period" lamps, 1 st century BC/ 1st century AC TA III. Roman period lamps of "Neo-Hellenistic" types TA III.l. Developments of Alexandrian Type M TA III.2. Alexandrian Type S and its development TA III.2.a. Moulds for Type S and lamps which might have been TA III.2.b. Direct development of Type S TA III.3. Ovoid lamps TA IV. Multi-nozzlers and plastic lamps TA IV 1. Multi-nozzlers TA IV.2. Plastic lamps TA IV.2.a. Lamps shaped as figurines TA IV.2.b. Boat-shaped lamps TA IV.2.C. Stemmed lamps on feet TA V. Roman period lamps of Italian types TA V.I LT I TA V.2. LT IV TAV.3. LT III TA V.3.3. Triangular handle attachments V.3.b. Bilobed handle attachments V.3.C. Other forms of handle attachments TA V.4. ian types, handleless TA V.4.a. Bailey Type F TA V.4.b. LT VIII versions, handleless TA V.5. VIII versions, with handles V.5.a. Heart-shaped nozzle V.S.c. Simple nozzle separated from shoulder by three miniai luttons[...]


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