Hélène Cuvigny

Hélène Cuvigny, , is a French papyrologist, specialist of the eastern Egyptian desert in Roman times. Provided by Wikipedia
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Published 1993
Les ostraca grecs d'Aïn Waqfa (oasis de Kharga) : (O. Waqfa) /

: 91 pages, xv leaves : illustrations ; 30 cm. : Includes bibliographical references (pages 9-10) and indexes. : 2724701437

Ostraca de Krokodilô : la correspondance militaire et sa circulation, O. Krok. 1-151 /

: xi, 283 pages : illustrations ; 33 cm. : Includes bibliographical references and index. : 2724703707 : 0768-4703 ;

Published 1985
L'arpentage par espèces dans l'Egypte ptolémaïque d'après les papyrus grecs /

: Includes indexes. : 132 pages ; 24 cm. : Bibliography: p. [129]-130.

Les ostraca grecs d'Aïn Waqfa : oasis de Kharga : O. Waqfa /

: 91 pages, 15 leaves of plates : illustrations ; 31 cm. : Includes bibliographical references and indexes. : 2724701437 : ISSN 0768-2964 ;

Les ostraca grecs de Douch : (O. Douch) /

: 5 volumes : illustrations, plan ; 32 cm. : Includes bibliographical references and indexes. : 272470035X (set)

La Route de Myos Hormos : l'armée romaine dans le désert oriental d'Egypte /

: 2 volumes : illustrations (some color), maps ; 32 cm. : Includes bibliographical references (volum 1, pages xix-xliv) and indexes. : 0768-4703 ;

Published 2022
Blemmyes : new documents and new perspectives : including O.Blem. 1-107 /

: 202 pages : color illustrations ; 33 cm. : Includes bibliographical references (pages [187]-202). : 9782724708530

Domitianè - Kaiè Latomia (Umm Balad) : Le praesidium et les carrières.

: The excavations carried out at Domitianè/Kainè Latomia (Umm Balad) in 2001‑2003 by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs/IFAO have added to our knowledge of the occupation of the Eastern Desert of Egypt in Roman times. This site, located in the Porphyrites massif, has a rock deposit of "granito verde fiorito di bigio" (gray flowered green granite). The attempt to exploit it led to the construction of a small fort by the army under Domitian. It served as a base for the quarry workers. The gate inscription, although very mutilated, indicates a date of construction around 88–92. This early phase does not seem to go beyond the beginning of Trajan’s reign. The praesidium was probably abandoned thereafter, until around 146, when it was reoccupied for only a short period of time, before being abandoned again.The examination of the two quarries provides a lot of information about the organization of the work, but what can be established about their respective histories remains speculative for the most part. The use of Kainè Latomia finally ended in failure, probably due to the poor quality of the stone. However, some blocks were sent to Rome where they were used first of all for the decoration of the Domus Flavia (Flavian Palace) on the Palatine. 4e de couverture .
: Online summary : 1 vol. (VIII-381 p.-[1] f of pl. del.): ill. in black and in color, plans, cover. ill. in color. ; 33 cm. : 9782724709377

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