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Agypten und Levante XIX Egypt and the Levant XIX by Manfred Bietak

By Manfred Bietak

Aus dem Inhalt: Vorwort/Introduction von/by Manfred Bietak M. Bietak Farewell to Our nice and expensive buddy Paul Astrom D.A. Aston and B. Bader with a contribution by way of K.G. Kunst, Fishes, Ringstands, Nudes and Hippos - A initial document at the Hyksos Palace Pit complicated L81 M. Bietak und I. Forstner-Muller, mit einem Beitrag von F. van Koppen und okay. Radner, Der Hyksospalast bei Yell el-Daca. Zweite und Dritte Grabungskampagne (Fruhling 2008 und Fruhling 2009) M. Dijkstra, a first-rate of the Bowmen, Overseer ofthe overseas Lands at Serabit el-Khadim (Sinai 300+297) P. Fuscaldo, The White Slip Wares from Dll el-Dabca, within the Palace District at cEzbet Helmi (Areas H/III and H/VI)

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Over the caudal fin two smaller fish are drawn that look slightly more squashed than the average tilapia, although they show the right shape of dorsal, pectoral and anal fins. This may be caused by the fact that the artist has drawn a crocodile at the rim, leaving very little space between it and the caudal fin, in which to squash these fish. Unfortunately the crocodile is partly eroded, especially the back parts, but preserved are its four short legs in a walking position, its long tail reaching the muzzle of one of the goats, and its long snout slightly opened.

Also marching to the right from the viewer’s point of view is a feline with round dots enabling one to identify this animal as a cheetah or a leopard. 89 Its tail is curled over the back of the cat and it is stepping with one leg raised on top of another animal lying on its back. The presence of horns indicates one of the different species of antelopes depicted on the dish, but they are rather straight than curled or undulating as in the others. The raised paw of the cheetah makes an enlarged impression in relation to the remainder of the animal, so that even the claws are depicted.

No. 27, is here chosen as a representative example of such a dish with a direct rim and hand-made ring base. Other dishes with incurved modelled rims and hand-made ring bases are represented by cat. no. 28. The interesting cups with ring bases, cat. no. 22 Of the three reconstructed examples, two are red slipped on the exterior and one is red slipped and vertically burnished. A few examples of the type illustrated by cat no. 30, usually with a red band out above the carination and a single example of the ‘crown beaker type,’ cat.

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