4 edition of Berenike 1994 found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Steven E. Sidebotham and Willemina Z. Wendrich ; with contributions by: F.G. Aldsworth ... [et al.].|
|Series||CNWS publications -- 1|
|Contributions||Sidebotham, Steven E., Wendrich, Willemina Z.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||125|
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The ancient city of Berenike, located approximately miles south of today’s Suez Canal, was a significant port among these conduits. In this book, Steven E. Sidebotham, the archaeologist who excavated Berenike, uncovers the role Berenike 1994 book city played in the regional, local, and “global” economies during the eight centuries of its existence.5/5(5).
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Preliminary report of the excavations at Berenike (Egyptian Red Sea Coast) and the survey of the eastern desert. Series Title: CNWS publications., Special series ;, no.
Berenike 1994 book edited by Steven E. Sidebotham and Willemina Z. Wendrich. Berenice (Berenike) or Berenice Troglodytica (Greek: Βερενίκη), also known as Baranis, is an ancient seaport of Egypt on the west coast of the Red is situated about km south of Suez and km east of Aswan in Upper Egypt.
It was founded in BC by Ptolemy II Philadelphus (– BC), who named it after his mother, Berenice I of on: Red Sea Governorate, Egypt. Backlist Series: Monographs 56 ISBN: Publication Date: Sep Price: Hb $, Pb $, Ebook $ Order this book here. Print: Order from our distributor. Chapter 9, by P.
Francis, Jr., concerns the 2, ornaments, mostly bangles and beads, found at the site between and Some of those made from natural materials (shell, horn, and stones), the author thinks, were probably produced at Berenike.
Other ornaments came from farther afield, objects made of red coral, faience, and glass. Reparatum, ). 6) S.E. Sidebotham and W.Z. Wendrich, eds., contributors, Berenike Preliminary Report of the Excavations at Berenike (Egyptian Red Sea Coast) and the Survey of the Eastern Desert (Leiden: Centre of Non-Western Studies, ).
7) With V. Begley, et al., The Ancient Port of Arikamedu: New Excavations and Researches. Between andeight excavation seasons were conducted at Berenike by the University of Delaware and Leiden University, the Netherlands.
This book presents the results of the archaeobotanical research of the Roman deposits. During the Graeco-Roman period, Berenike served as a gateway to the outside world together with Myos Hormos.
Commodities were imported from Africa south of the Sahara, Arabia, and India into the Greek and Roman Empire, the importance of both harbors evidenced by several contemporary sources. Between andeight excavation seasons were conducted at Berenike by the University of.
CONTENTS CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION S. SIDEBOTHAM, W. WENDRICH 1 CHAPTER 2 SURVEY OF BERENIKE H. BARNARD, W. WENDRICH 4 Overview of Trenches 4 Trenches in the Hinterland 7 Area Division of Berenike 9 The Leveled Area 9 The Western Quarter 10 The Northern Quarter 11 The Central Quarter 11 The Northeast Quarter.
Ptolemy II Philadelphus founded the Egyptian Red Sea emporium of Berenike (23° ’ N/35° ’ E) in c. BCE. Berenike, approximately km south southeast of Suez and c. km east of Aswan, was the southern-most Red Sea emporium in Ptolemaic and Roman Egypt (Fig. 1).This entrepôt functioned for approximately eight centuries until abandoned sometime before the mid-sixth.
Berenike In the Supreme Council of Antiquities and the Egyptian military authorities kindly granted permission for the University of Delaware-Leiden University expedition to work at the archaeological site of Berenike and in the area between Berenike and the Nile valley.
The book is based on the excavations at the site and the survey of its region, a joint University of Delaware/University of Leiden project that began in Such is the isolation of the city that this project produced the first plan of Berenike since This highly readable, indeed exciting, book explores numerous aspects of ancient Berenike.
In (S. Sidebotham and W. Wendrich, eds.) Berenikepreliminary report of the excavations at Berenike (Egyptian Red Sea coast) and the survey of the Eastern Desert.
Leiden: Centre of Non-Western Studies, pp. 5–Cited by: Book, Print in English Berenike report of the excavations at Berenike and the survey of the Egyptian eastern desert, including excavations at Shenshef edited by Steven E.
Sidenbotham and Willemina Z. Wendrich ; with contributions by F.G. Aldsworth. Berenike would reign as the major trading center between Africa's east coast, Alexandria, Rome, Arabia, and India until the port was abandoned years later, in the 6th century A.D.
SinceUD's Steven Sidebotham has been working to uncover Berenike's story. The papyrus, now housed at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library (Yale University), was purchased in before 10 February by Michael Ivanovich Rostovtzeff and Charles BradfordBerenikeBerenikeBerenikeand Berenike (ed.
Steven E. Berenike is the name of an ancient Egyptian port on the coast of the Red Sea, some km east of Aswan. The port dates from the time of Ptolemy II ( BC) and was particularly active from the first century BC until the second centuries AD, when it was one of the main shipping centres in the trade between the Mediterranean, Arabia and India.
By the seventh century AD, Berenike had been. The ancient city of Berenike, located approximately miles south of today's Suez Canal, was a significant port among these conduits.
In this book, Steven E. Sidebotham, the archaeologist who excavated Berenike, uncovers the role the city played in the regional, local, and 'global' economies during the eight centuries of its existence.5/5(2). The project began in and has survived government upheavals, administrative delays, changing international partnerships and even this year's political turmoil that ousted Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.
His work at Berenike began as a joint project between UD and Leiden University in the Netherlands. When his co-director moved to UCLA. Cybele on the Red Sea: New Verses from Berenike Rodney Ast and Julia Lougovaya Berenike Preliminary Report of the Excavations at Berenike (Lei-den ); was once part of a book roll.
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Sidebotham and Dr. Wendrich came along in. This book has been a long time in the making and we are most appreciative of the support and forbearance we have received from our authors and from Chris Rojek at Routledge.
In the end, we hope that this volume will be a contribution to a developing literature on qualitative data analysis which will be of interest to undergraduate and. Book REvIEws Berenike is situated on the Egyptian Red sea Coast just south of Ras Banas which, if a line The work presented in this book is the re-sults of excavations undertaken jointly by the University of Deleware (UsA) and Leiden Uni-versity (The Netherlands) between and There are eight chapters entitled: ‘The in-troduction.
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Berenike / by Steven E. Sidebotham,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.3/5(1). Berenike was established as a port to import African war elephants. Image source. Excavations were first launched at Berenike in and are still continuing.
One of the most significant finds of recent months is the ship’s hull, which is the first fully preserved and documented frame from the hull of the ship from the Roman period in Egypt.
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| Find, read and cite all the research you need on. Saint Veronica, also known as Berenike, was a woman of Jerusalem in the first century of the Common Era according to extra-biblical Christian sacred tradition.
A celebrated saint in many pious Christian countries, the 17th-century Acta Sanctorum published by the Bollandists listed her feast under J but the German Jesuit scholar Joseph Braun cited her commemoration in Festi Marianni on Canonized: Pre-Congregation.
The Berenike Project (), University of Delaware and Leiden University. Latest works are ; links elsewhere at the site point to ongoing work at Berenike. This select bibliography includes all publications of the Berenike Project, and a select list of other publications dealing with the site.
Editorial team. General Editors: David Bourget (Western Ontario) David Chalmers (ANU, NYU) Area Editors: David Bourget Gwen Bradford. Subject: Image Created Date: 7/12/ PM. Harrell, J. Geology. In S.E. Sidebotham and W.Z. Wendrich (eds.), Berenike — Preliminary Report on the Excavations at Berenike (Egyptian Red Sea Coast) and the Survey of the Eastern Desert, p.
Leiden: Centre for Non-Western Studies, Leiden University, Leiden, Netherlands. This major inter-disciplinary collection, edited by two of the best respected figures in the field, provides a superb general introduction to this subject. Chapters include discussions of fieldwork methodology, analyzing discourse, the advantages and pitfalls of team approaches, the uses of computers, and the applications of qualitative data analysis for social policy.
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All the pho-tographs included in the book have been taken by the author himself. The reader can get some idea about the extent of the study from the titles of the 13 chapters – Introduction; Geography, climate, ancient authors, and modern.Die Artemisia und Berenike-Uhr (Nr.
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