Cercetări Arheologice 17, 2010, 263-282
Zu Einigen Aegyptiaca aus dem Nationalmuseum für Rumänische geschichte, Bukarest (Rumänien)
Authors: Robert Kuhn
Keywords: Egyptian Pottery; Egyptian Predynastic Period; Formative Phase; Black-Topped-Ware; Red-Polished Ware; Naqada; Petrie; Sutzu; Bolliac; Menkheperrasonb; Funerary Cone; Egyptian Mummy
In the following article we will publish six pre dynastic objects of pottery given to the Museum as a donation by Mihail C. Sutzu. Ali items are made of Nile clay and date back to the stages of Naqada I-II. It looks like as they could all belong to the same tomb inventory. Just one pot, belonging to Petrie’s P-Ware is a bit younger in date (Naqada II/III). The description and dating as well as a try of interpretation follows a short critical summary of Petrie’s seriation method developed at the beginning of the 19th century. The second part will deal with the presentation of a funerary cone of the Highpriest of Amun, Mn-Hpr-Re-snb, dating back to the 18th Dynasty.
How to cite: Robert Kuhn, Zu Einigen Aegyptiaca aus dem Nationalmuseum für Rumänische geschichte, Bukarest (Rumänien), Cercetări Arheologice, Vol. 17, pag. 263-282, 2010, doi: https://doi.org/10.46535/ca.17.14
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