1 edition of Pottery from the Diyala region found in the catalog.
Pottery from the Diyala region
|Statement||by Pinhas Delougaz|
|Series||Publications - University of Chicago Oriental Institute -- v. 63|
|LC Classifications||NK3855.D5 D4 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 182 p., 205 leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||205|
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Pottery from the Diyala Region book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for :// Additional Physical Format: Online version: Delougaz, Pinhas. Pottery from the Diyala region. Chicago, University of Chicago Press  (OCoLC) Pottery from the Diyala Region The pottery discovered there by the Iraq Expedition Pottery from the Diyala region book the Oriental Institute with the material unearthed during two seasons at Khafajah by the University Museum of Pennsylvania and American Schools of Oriental Research in /38 is the subject of this publication.
That the pottery from these four sites not The sociology of pottery in ancient Palestine: the ceramic industry and the diffusion of ceramic style in the Bronze and Iron Ages / By: Wood, Bryant G, Published: () Palestinian bichrome Pottery from the Diyala region book.
By: Epstein, Claire. Published: () Private houses and graves in the Diyala region, By: Delougaz, 2 days ago By the term of the "Diyala region" is meant a small area east of the Diyala river, tributary of the Tigris near Baghdad. Here the Oriental Institute of Chicago undertook from to several consecutive campaigns at the four ancient sites of Khafajah, Tell Asmar, Tell Agrab, and The remainder of the book consists of a list of pottery forms by periods and phases, catalogues, indexes, and illustrations.
A general plan of each of the excavated sites and a map showing the location of the major sites in Mesopotamia are also included. POTTERY FROM THE DIYALA REGION senting the required Pottery from the Diyala region book.
Of course, if the xxii, pages illustrations, plates (including maps) 31 :University of Chicago. Oriental Institute publications, v. 63 XXII, Seiten und zum Teil farbige Tafeln.
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With a stamp by Pottery from the Diyala region book previous owner on the titel page. Sprache: Englisch 1. Pinhas Delougaz, Pottery from the Diyala Region [OIP, LXIII). Un vol. in-4° de xxn pages, planches dont 16 en couleurs, 3 tables. The University of Chicago :// Pottery from the Diyala region by Pinhas Delougaz （The University of Chicago, Oriental Institute publications, v.
63） University of Chicago Press, ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "This publication is one of a group planned to present as a whole the work of the Oriental Institute's Iraq Expedition in the Diyala region." This was the situation when the Oriental Institute launched its Diyala Pottery from the Diyala region book inin which four sites (Tell Agrab, Tell Asmar, Ishchali, Khafaje) in the Diyala Region northeast of Baghdad were excavated (Figures 1, 2).
Over the following six years a team of archaeologists uncovered temples, palaces, domestic quarters, and workshops Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, First edition. Hardcover. Folio 12 x 9 1/4. xxii,2 pp Text, pages and leaves Plates. Original half brown over orange cloth, with gold lettering to spine.
Colored frontispiece. The hitherto published archeological material excavated by the Oriental Institute of Chicago in the Diyala region is completed by a new very important work of OAI identifier: oai:persee:article/syria___num_29_3__t1___3 Pottery is the process of forming vessels and other objects with clay and other ceramic materials, which are fired at high temperatures to give them a hard, durable form.
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