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The Mastaba of Ptahshepses, The Pottery

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Description: hardback, dustjacket, 293 pp. (21,5x21,5 cm), 75 plates
Condition: very good- (shelf damages of dustjacket)
Weight: 710g.


Petr Charvat, The Mastaba of Ptahshepses, The Pottery, Czechoslovak Excavations at Abusir, Univerzita Karlova, Praha 1981


0. INTRODUCTION AND GENERAL LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
1. CATALOGUE OF FINDS
2. MORPHOLOGY
2.0. Introductory remarks
2.1. Miniatures
2.1.1. The process of manufacture
2.1.2. The use of the miniatures
2.1.3. The date of the miniatures
2.2. Utensils
2.2.1. The process of manufacture
2.2.2. The use of the utility vessels
2.2.3. The date of the utility vessels
2.3. The storage jars
2.3.1. The process of manufacture
2.3.2. The use of the storage jars
2.3.3. The date of the storage jars
2.4. The bread-baking pots
2.4.1. The process of manufacture
2.4.2. The use of the bread-baking pots
2.4.3. The date of the bread-baking pots
2.5. The stands
2.5.1. The process of manufacture
2.5.2. The use of the stands
2.5.3. The date of the stands
2.6. The offering trays
2.6.1. The process of manufacture
2.6.2. The use of the offering trays
2.6.3. The date of the offering trays
2.7. Sherds
2.7.1. The process of manufacture
2.7.2. The dating of the sherds
2.8. Decorated and faience sherds
2.8.1. The process of manufacture
2.8.2. The use of the decorated pottery
2.8.3. The dating of the decorated pottery and faience
2.9. The special pieces
2.10. The stone vessels
2.10.1. The process of manufacture
2.10.2. The use of the stone vessels
2.10.3. The dating of stone vessels
2.11. The special pieces — stone
2.12. The glass vessels
2.13. The metal vessels
3. NOTES ON STRATIGRAPHY
3.0. Introduction
3.1. The southeast storeroom area (Rooms 10—15)
3.2. Room 16
3.3. The situation at the southwest corner and at the south wall of mastaba
4. CONCLUSIONS
REFERENCE LIST
REGISTER OF FIND NUMBERS
EXPLANATIONS TO PLATES 67—74
— Concordance of find numbers with
inventory numbers of the Naprstek Museum, Praha
PLATES 1-75

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