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Classical Architecture  

Donald M. Bailey

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Jun 2012
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Nov 2012
This article looks at the evidence for classical architecture in stone in the urban centres of Middle Egypt, including one new Greek city and three metropoleis. These are Antinoopolis, the ... More

Egyptian Temples  

Martina Minas‐Nerpel

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Jun 2012
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Nov 2012
This article focuses on architecture, decoration, and certain questions of cult topography. In a rather smooth transition from the Ptolemaic to the Roman period, Egyptian temples continued ... More

Nilotica and the Image of Egypt  

Molly Swetnam‐Burland

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Jun 2012
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Nov 2012
This article surveys Roman art known as 'nilotica' — artistic representations of Egypt and its residents. Though the word is ancient, the underlying concept is best understood as a ... More

Portraits  

Barbara E. Borg

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Jun 2012
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Nov 2012
This article considers changes in Egyptian use of portraiture, which occurred around the same time as the establishment of Roman dominion. The most obvious change is a sudden increase in ... More

Visibility, Privacy, and Missing Windows: Lighting Domestic Space in Ancient Mesopotamia  

Mary Shepperson

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Oct 2017
This chapter examines the means by which light was admitted to Mesopotamian domestic space, arguing that doorways were the primary light source for most rooms. The consequences of this are ... More

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