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POLISH ARCHAEOLOGY IN THE MEDITERRANEAN

XXIII/2, SPECIAL STUDIES

Volume XXIII/2:
Special Studies
Beyond Ornamentation. Jewelry as an Aspect of Material Culture in the Ancient Near East
(Warsaw 2014)
PAM Editor-in-chief:
Iwona Zych
Scientific editors:
Amir Golani, Zuzanna Wygnańska
Bibliographic editor:
Aleksandra Zych
Language consultation:
Iwona Zych
Technical editor:
Iwona Zych
Editorial assistance:
Agnieszka Szymczak
Digital processing:
Ewa Czyżewska
Image processing and copyediting assistance:
Ewa Czyżewska, Szymon Maślak, Marta Momot, Marek Puszkarski, Urszula Wicenciak
Original graphic design:
Jerzy Kowalski, updated by Ewa Czyżewska for PCMA
DTP:
Ewa Czyżewska assistant Urszula Wicenciak
Printed in Poland
Cover:
Beads from a Mitanni grave at Tell Arbid, Syria (photo J. Wierzbicki)
ISSN
1234–5415 (Print), 2083–537X (Online)
Pages:
326 (B&W and color illustrations)
Introduction
Amir Golani, Zuzanna Wygnańska 1.31 M
The bead workshop at site MPS4, Mil Plain, Azerbaijan: Craft specialization and the manufacture of shell jewelry in the Neolithic
Ilia Heit 2.34 M
A Badarian–Naqadian cognitive link? Apossible insight on the basis of a Badarian hippopotamus-shaped pendant from Egypt
Maarten Horn 1.33 M
Cowrie shells and their imitations as ornamental amulets in Egypt and the Near East
Amir Golani 1.03 M
Tracing the “diadem wearers”: an inquiry into the meaning of simple-form head adornments from the Chalcolithic and Early Bronze Age in the Near East
Zuzanna Wygnańska 4.87 M
Amulets? On the possible function of zoomorphic pendants from child burials in Tell Rad Shaqrah (Syria)
Dariusz Szeląg 1.45 M
Jewelery manufacture in the Kura-Araxes and Bedeni cultures of the southern Caucasus: analogies and distinctions for the reconstruction of a cultural changeover
Eleonora Carminati 1.00 M
West Anatolian beads and pins in the 2nd millennium BC: some remarks on function and distribution in comparison with neighboring regions
Magda Pieniążek, Ekin Kozal 1.73 M
Beads, pendants and other ornaments from late 3rd–2nd millennium BC occupation on Failaka, Kuwait
Ann Andersson 997 K
Vitreous beads from the Uluburun shipwreck
Rebecca S. Ingram 2.83 M
Personaldisplay in the southern Levant and the question of Philistine cultural origins
Josephine Verduci 1.45 M
Revealed by their jewelry: ethnic identity of israelites during the Iron Age in the southern Levant
Amir Golani 1.93 M
Personal ornaments at Hasanlu, Iran
Megan Cifarelli 2.32 M