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Études et Travaux II / 1968

 

ET IIRedakcja

Redaktor: Barbara Filarska

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Social Revolution in Ancient Egypt

Autor: Adolf Klasens       |     Strony: 5 – 13


Céramiques d’Uruk d’après l’écriture pictographique sumérienne

Autor: Krystyna Szarzyńska     |     Strony: 15 – 24


Quelques remarques sur la formule ir nfr, ir nfr

Autor: Marek Marciniak     |    Strony: 25 – 31


Menat-égide du Musée National de Cracovie

Autor: Joachim Śliwa       |     Strony: 33 – 37


Temple d’Hatchepsout à Deir el-Bahari, 3e terrasse. Project de la reconstruction du mur ouest de la cour

Autor: Leszek Dąbrowski       |     Strony: 39 – 46


On the researches and preservation of Queen Hatshepsut Temple at Deir el-Bahari. Partial reconstruction of the Eastern Wall of the Hypostyle Hall

Autor: Przemysław M. Gartkiewicz       |       Strony: 47 – 64


Remarks on the restoration of the Eastern Wall on the 3rd Terrace of Hatshepsut Temple

Autor: Elżbieta Dąbrowska-Smektała       |       Strony: 65 – 78


The granite doorway in the Temple of Thuthmosis III at Deir el-Bahari. Studies on reconstruction

Autor: Jadwiga Lipińska       |       Strony: 79 – 97


Female Statuette of Prince’s Servant named Nbw-n-ib from the Collection of the National Museum in Cracow

Autor: Henryk Brandys       |       Strony: 99 – 106


Une momie d’enfant de Basse Époque découverte à Deir el-Bahari en 1964

Autor: Tadeusz Dzierżykray-Rogalski       |     Strony: 107 – 113


Mirmeki – an Outline of its History and Urban Planning

Autor: Małgorzata Martens     |     Strony: 115 – 120


Une figure de mère à l’enfant cypriote du Musée de l’Université Jagellone

Autor: Zdzisław Kapera      |       Strony: 121 – 127


Les origines de Néa Paphos

Autor: Zdzisław Kapera       |     Strony: 129 – 141


Private Roman Bath at Kom el-Dikka in Alexandria

Autor: Kamila Kołodziejczyk       |     Strony: 143 – 154


Travaux de conservation et de reconstruction dans les thermes romains et la construction voûtée de Kom el-Dikka

Autor: Wojciech Kołątaj     |     Strony: 155 – 171


Studies on Human Bones from Sector M-IX of the moslem Necroples at Kom el-Dikka, Alexandria (Egypt)

Autorzy: Tadeusz Dzierżykray-Rogalski, Elżbieta Promińska     |     Strony: 173 – 228


Human Bones from Trench F and G of the Moslem Necroples at Kom el-Dikka, Alexandria, Egypt

Autor: Tadeusz Dzierżykray-Rogalski     |     Strony: 229 – 242


Alexandrian Statuette of Eros from Polish Excavations at Tell Atrib

Autor: Wanda Zdrojewska       |     Strony: 243 – 255


Small Greek Ivory Heads as Furniture Decoration

Autor: Elżbieta Rodziewicz     |     Strony: 257 – 265


Dionysos Enfant sur une panthère

Autor: Zsolt Kiss       |     Strony: 267 – 275


Un portrait d’enfant néronien du Musée National de Varsovie

Autor: Zsolt Kiss       |     Strony: 277 – 284


Remarks on Hebrew Inscription and Symbolics of Faras

Autor: Piotr Szolc       |       Strony: 285 – 294


On the iconography of the Holy Virgin represented on Faras murals. Standing Virgin holding the Child on her Arm

Autor: Tadeusz Gołgowski     |     Strony: 295 – 312


The Protection of Khan Marjan in Baghdad against the Periodical Flooding

Autor: Stanisław Jasiewicz     |     Strony: 313 – 321

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