By Manfred Bietak
Aus dem Inhalt: Vorwort/Introduction von/by Manfred Bietak M. Bietak Farewell to Our nice and costly pal Paul Astrom D.A. Aston and B. Bader with a contribution via K.G. Kunst, Fishes, Ringstands, Nudes and Hippos - A initial file at the Hyksos Palace Pit advanced L81 M. Bietak und I. Forstner-Muller, mit einem Beitrag von F. van Koppen und okay. Radner, Der Hyksospalast bei Yell el-Daca. Zweite und Dritte Grabungskampagne (Fruhling 2008 und Fruhling 2009) M. Dijkstra, a major of the Bowmen, Overseer ofthe international Lands at Serabit el-Khadim (Sinai 300+297) P. Fuscaldo, The White Slip Wares from Dll el-Dabca, within the Palace District at cEzbet Helmi (Areas H/III and H/VI)
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Bd. 5 cm. H. 2 cm. Md. 5 cm. Wd. 6 cm. 5YR6/8 light red; slip 10R6/8 light red, water eroded Break: grey core, purple and brown oxidation zones 53. K11000/988. L81/12 Fig. 6 RP 48. 9014W. L81/1 ZN 49/2007, Fig. 6 37 I-b-2 f W1 gef. ox 2–3 D. 8 cm. H. 3 cm. Md. 8 cm. Wd. 7 cm. 53 Restored from sherds, incomplete Surface thick red slip burnish: 10R4/6 red Break: red core, brown oxidation zones 38 David A. Aston and Bettina Bader with a contribution by Karl G. Kunst Fig. c. Tell el-Yahudieh Ware Several examples of Tell el-Yahudiyeh ware have been found in L81.
L81/12 FN 68 ZN 70/2008, Fig. 4 RP D. 9 cm. Bd. 9 cm. H. 1 cm. Md. 9 cm. Wd. 6 cm. 44 Incomplete Surface colour: slip 10R5/6 red Break: purple core, brown oxidation zones Only one kernos is preserved so it is not clear that all kernoi are similar to one another. 5YR 6/6 light red; slip 10R5/6 red Break: not visible RF gef. 29 I-b-2 f W1 gef. ox 2–3 1R D. 7 cm. H. 4 cm. Md. 7 cm. Wd. 3 cm. 41 Incomplete Surface colour: burnish 10R5/8 red Pebble burnished on the exterior. b) Nile clay groups new to the corpus In addition to the vessel groups already well known in the Tell el-Dabca repertoire, a number of new forms were also found.
35 have been reconstructed. Such vessels have not been found at Tell el-Dabca before; however, rim sherds could have been mistaken for cooking pots, TD XII groups 158/304, whilst the bases may have been mistaken for footed dishes of TD XII group 39 in Nile B2. 24 Whilst the sinuoussided type is relatively frequent, with some 12 examples having so-far been reconstructed, the straightsided type, represented by catalogue no. 36 is much rarer, with only two examples having been restored. 25 The tall beaker, cat.
Agypten und Levante XIX Egypt and the Levant XIX by Manfred Bietak