Issue 1, 2021

V. I. Yarmolovich

Izuchenie keramiki iz 'monastyria' v Deir-el'-Banate (Faiumskii oazis, Egipet): polevoi sezon 2020 g. [Pottery from the ‘convent’ in Deir al-Banat (Fayum oasis, Egypt): excavations in 2020]

The article is devoted to preliminary assessment of the pottery found during archaeological excavations of the Centre for Egyptological Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences in Deir al-Banat in 2020. The site is situated in the south-eastern part of the Fayum Oasis in Egypt. In 2020 excavations took place on the territory of the ‘convent’ built from mud bricks and now lying in ruins. The excavations brought to light various types of pottery: amphorae, tableware, utility ware, cooking ware. It is preliminary dated to the 1st half of the Byzantine period — 2nd half of the Abbasid dynasty reign (5th–10th c.).

pottery, amphorae, terra sigillata, tableware, Egypt, Byzantine period.

Original language — Russian.

DOI: 10.24412/2686-9276-2021-00010.

Referring: Yarmolovich V. I. Pottery from the ‘convent’ in Deir al-Banat (Fayum oasis, Egypt): excavations in 2020 // Egypt and neighbouring countries 1 (2021): 133–158. DOI: 10.24412/­2686-9276-2021-00010.

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