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The focus of this paper is an analysis of Phoenician anthropomorphic sarcophagi located in the ancient territory of the Phoenician necropolis site of Amrit (Syria) through exhaustive archaeological contextualization of each sarcophagus. Our goal is to raise awareness of the need to bring scant documentation of findings from previous centuries into a condition more consistent with current historical-archaeological contexts. We begin with findings documented in the nineteenth century and map…
Albania is situated west of the Balkan Peninsula while Shkodra and Durrës are respectively north-western and western cities. The objects of this study are a fibula (IX-VIII BC) found in Shkodra and a snake bracelet (III-I BC) found in Durrës. The purposes of this research paper are to study the chemical composition, pro-duction technology, corrosion products, microstructure and the possible minerals used for the objects’ man-ufacture. To fulfil these tasks…
The aim of the present paper is to study the chemical and the mineralogical composition of an archaeological pottery ware shred which was found in the excavation belongs to the Roman period (250A.D). It was found and stored in the National Museum in Tripoli the capital of Lybia. Its type was found to be a Terra Sigillata ware, bright-red, polished pottery used throughout the Roman Empire from the 1st century…
The aim of this research is to study the types of crowns worn by Cleopatra VII. The paper explores their shapes and significance, besides explaining the purpose of wearing them and identifying how common were these crowns among Cleopatra VII‟s antecedents among the Ptolemaic queens. It also explores the common depiction of Cleopatra VII‟s crowns in art, classifying the depiction of her crowns in the Egyptian style combined with Hellenistic…

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