Naukratis: Greeks in Egypt

Alexandra Villing, Marianne Bergeron, Giorgos Bourogiannis, Alan Johnston, François Leclère, Aurélia Masson and Ross Thomas

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  • Egyptian terracotta antefix corner. An antefixal orname... AC.20 - antefix Egyptian terracotta antefix corner. An antefixal ornament from the corner of a structure, with sim...
  • terracotta moulded architectural fragment in East Doric... AC.21 - architecture terracotta moulded architectural fragment in East Doric style. Dark red-brown fabric with black co...
  • AC.22 - table Marble foot of a furniture in shape of column and capital
  • A broken clay brick, fired (the cross section shows red... AC.23 - brick A broken clay brick, fired (the cross section shows red outside and black in the middle). On the t...
  • Fragment from neck (?) of a large thick-walled jar(?) s... AC.24 - transport amphora; tile Fragment from neck (?) of a large thick-walled pottery jar (? - or roof-tile) stamped with a recta...
  • AC.25 - mosaic floor Fragment of mosaic floor tesserae.
  • Stucco wall fragment painted red. Organic impressions o... AC.26 - wall-painting Stucco wall fragment painted red. Organic impressions of straw.
  • Irregular limestone block; incised text on one surface. AC.27 - block Irregular block carved from limestone, almost rectangular in shape; surfaces usually quite rough w...
  • Section of marble plaque, inscribed on both sides with ... BA.01 - stela Section of marble plaque, inscribed on both sides with lettering of apparently different periods, ...
  • Fragment of limestone stele with Greek inscription.   S... BA.02 - stela Fragment of limestone stele with Greek inscription. Smoothed top surface and striated rear pres...
  • Fragment of marble architectural member, with  Greek te... BA.03 - block Fragment of marble architectural member, with Greek text. Smoothed 'front' surface and stippled...
  • Fragment of limestone monumental Greek inscription; bro... BA.04 - block Fragment of limestone monumental Greek inscription; broken on all sides save front.