PAM 26/2



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    The volume has been edited partly in fulfilment of the National Science Center (Poland) grant UMO-2014/13/N/HS3/04400.

  • Volume 26/2: Special Studies (Warsaw 2017)

    Berenike and Aynuna: Polish research on the Red Sea

    PAM Editor-in-chief: Iwona Zych

    ISSN:
    1234–5415 (Print), 2083–537X (Online)
    Pages:
    228 (B&W and color illustrations)
    Cover:
    Aynuna and Berenike, two harbors on the opposite shores of the Red Sea: left, excavations in the harbor; right, aerial view of the site of Upper Aynuna (PCMA Berenike and Aynuna Projects/photos J. Rądkowska and J. Kaniszewski)

    • Volume editor:
      Iwona Zych
      Peer-reviewing process:
      Urszula Wicenciak
      Bibliographic editor:
      Aleksandra Zych
      Language consultation:
      Iwona Zych, Agata Czamara
      Technical editor:
      Iwona Zych
      Digital processing:
      Ewa Czyżewska-Zalewska

    • Image processing and copyediting assistance:
      Ewa Czyżewska-Zalewska, Marta Momot, Marek Puszkarski
      Original graphic design:
      Jerzy Kowalski, updated by Ewa Czyżewska-Zalewska for PCMA
      DTP:
      Ewa Czyżewska-Zalewska

      Printed in Poland

PCMA field missions and projects in 2016 (with map)

 

Berenike and Aynuna: Polish research on the Red Sea. Foreword, pp. 9–14

Author: Iwona Zych

Indian trade between the Gulf and the Red Sea, pp. 15–30

DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0012.1818
Author: Michał Gawlikowski
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The port of Aynuna in the pre-Islamic period: nautical and topographical considerations on the location of Leuke Kome, pp. 31–42

DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0012.1819
Author: Karol Juchniewicz
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Shaping a city and its defenses: fortifications of Hellenistic Berenike Trogodytika, pp. 43–60

DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0012.1820
Author: Marek Woźniak
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Port town and its harbours: sedimentary proxies for landscape and seascape reconstruction of the Greco-Roman site of Berenike on the Red Sea coast of Egypt, pp. 61–92

DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0012.1821
Author: Anna M. Kotarba-Morley
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The harbor of early Roman “Imperial” Berenike: overview of excavations from 2009 to 2015, pp. 93–132

DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0012.1822
Author: Iwona Zych
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The Great Temple in Berenike: new findings of the Berenike Temple Project, pp. 133–145

DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0012.1823
Author: Martin Hense
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Come and dine with me… Early Roman luxury glass tableware from Berenike — new evidence from the harbor area and trash dumps, pp. 147–166

DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0012.1824
Author: Renata Kucharczyk
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New evidence for the emergence of a human–pet relation in early Roman Berenike (1st–2nd century AD), pp. 167–192

DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0012.1825
Author: Marta Osypińska, Piotr Osypiński
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Beads and pendants from the late Harbor Temple and harbor temenos in the Red Sea port of Berenike (seasons 2010–2013): materials, techniques, functions and cultural, pp. 193–210

DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0012.1826
Author: Joanna Then-Obłuska
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Conservation interventions at the site of Berenike (Egypt): challenges and solutions in an ancient city of the Eastern Desert, pp. 211–223

DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0012.1827
Author: Delia Eguiluz Maestro
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