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Archaeology: Egypt University of Pennsylvania

    • Geschichte

    People, Politics, and Piety in the Abydos Middle Cemetary

    People, Politics, and Piety in the Abydos Middle Cemetary

    The sacred city of Abydos served as the primary cult center of the
    Egyptian god Osiris, the ruler of the netherworld. The immense
    religious importance of this site is evident in its rich
    archaeological remains, which cover all phases of Egyptian
    civilization. Archaeologists will discuss their excavations at sites
    dating from the Early Dynastic Period (3000-2686 BCE) through the New
    Kingdom (1550-1069 BCE).

    Since 1967, the University of Pennsylvania-Yale-IFA Expedition to
    Abydos has conducted excavations to investigate the complex history
    and development of this important site.

    • 1 Std. 2 Min.
    Monuments of Egypt's Early Kings at Abydos

    Monuments of Egypt's Early Kings at Abydos

    The sacred city of Abydos served as the primary cult center of the
    Egyptian god Osiris, the ruler of the netherworld. The immense
    religious importance of this site is evident in its rich
    archaeological remains, which cover all phases of Egyptian
    civilization. Archaeologists will discuss their excavations at sites
    dating from the Early Dynastic Period (3000-2686 BCE) through the New
    Kingdom (1550-1069 BCE).

    Since 1967, the University of Pennsylvania-Yale-IFA Expedition to
    Abydos has conducted excavations to investigate the complex history
    and development of this important site.

    • 1 Std. 4 Min.
    Visions of a New Egypt

    Visions of a New Egypt

    The sacred city of Abydos served as the primary cult center of the
    Egyptian god Osiris, the ruler of the netherworld. The immense
    religious importance of this site is evident in its rich
    archaeological remains, which cover all phases of Egyptian
    civilization. Archaeologists will discuss their excavations at sites
    dating from the Early Dynastic Period (3000-2686 BCE) through the New
    Kingdom (1550-1069 BCE).

    Since 1967, the University of Pennsylvania-Yale-IFA Expedition to
    Abydos has conducted excavations to investigate the complex history
    and development of this important site.

    • 59 Min.
    Abydos

    Abydos

    The sacred city of Abydos served as the primary cult center of the Egyptian god Osiris, the ruler of the netherworld. The immense religious importance of this site is evident in its rich archaeological remains, which cover all phases of Egyptian civilization. Archaeologists will discuss their excavations at sites dating from the Early Dynastic Period (3000-2686 BCE) through the New Kingdom (1550-1069 BCE).

    Since 1967, the University of Pennsylvania-Yale-IFA Expedition to Abydos has conducted excavations to investigate the complex history and development of this important site.

    Dr. David O'Connor, the Co-Director of the Penn-Yale-IFA Expedition to Abydos,

    • 42 Min.
    • video
    The Monastery of Saint Catherine in Sinai: Conservation of the 6th Century Mosaic of Transfiguration

    The Monastery of Saint Catherine in Sinai: Conservation of the 6th Century Mosaic of Transfiguration

    The Monastery of Saint Catherine, Sinai: Conserving the Mosaic of the Transfiguration. Roberto Nardi, Centro di Conservazione Archeologica, Rome

    • 1 Std.

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