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Published 1995
The birth of an ancient african kingdom : Kush and her myth of the state in the first millennium BC /

: 151 pages ; 27 cm. : 2950476430

Transfigurations of Hellenism : aspects of late antique art in Egypt AD 250-700 /

: xxi, 400 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm. : 9004143327 : 0169-9610 ;

Meroe City, an ancient African capital : John Garstang's excavations in the Sudan /

: Originally published : The city of Meroe : John Garstang's excavations in the Sudan. London ; New York : Kegan Paul International, 1991. : 2 volumes : illustration, maps ; 31 cm. : 0856981370 : 0265-4261 ;

The kingdom of Kush : handbook of the Napatan-Meriotic civilization /

: xv, 589, [13] pages of plates : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm. : Includes bibliographical references. : 9004104488 : 0169-9423 ;

Studies on the history of late antique and Christian Nubia /

: 1 volume (various pagings) : illustrations, maps ; 26 cm. : Includes bibliographical references and index. : 0860788938

Published 2009
Hungarian excavations in the Theban necropolis : a celebration of 102 years of fieldwork in Egypt : catalogue for the temporary exhibition in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo, November 6...

: 178 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm. : Includes bibliographical references (p. [167]-178). : 9789632841038

Published 1979
Economic offices and officials in Meroitic Nubia : a study in territorial administration of the late Meroitic kingdom /

: xviii, 246 pages : maps ; 25 cm.

Published 1993
Coptic antiquities /

: "This present catalogue volume covers the Coptic objects kept in the Budapest Museum of Fine Arts. The 300 items published from its collection (for the textiles see Vol. II of the Coptic Antiquities) represent the entire Coptic material of this Museum with the exception of the lamps ... " -- Introduction to v. 1.
"In this second volume of the Coptic Antiquities 217 textiles are published from the collections of two Budapest museums: the Museum of Fine Arts and the Museum of Applied Arts." -- Introduction to v. 2. : 2 volumes : illustrations (some color) ; 29 cm. : Includes bibliographical references (v. 1, p. 9-11; v. 2, p. 9-12). : 8870628051

Published 2014
Herodotus in Nubia /

: xiv, 163 pages : map ; 24 cm. : Includes bibliographical references and indexes. : 9789004269132 (hardback : alk. paper)

Published 2005
After the Pharaohs : treasures of Coptic art from Egyptian collections /

: Catalog for the exhibition held at the Szépművészeti Múzeum, Budapest, Mar. 18-May 18, 2005. : 278 pages : illustrations (chiefly col.) ; 30 cm. : Includes bibliographical references (p.269-278). : 9639552569 (cloth)
9789639552562 (cloth)

Published 2011
Hellenizing art in ancient Nubia, 300 BC-AD 250, and its Egyptian models : a study in "acculturation" /

: xxvi, 483 pages : ill., map ; 25 cm. : Includes bibliographical references and index. : 9789004211285 : Nabil

Published 1995
Hellenistic and Roman terracottas from Egypt /

: A catalogue of terracotta sculptures held at the Museum of Fine Arts of Hungary and other collections in Budapest. : 199 pages, 173 pages of plates : illustrations ; 29 cm. : Includes bibliographical references. : 8870629090

Published 2011
Adoption and adaptation : the sense of culture transfer between ancient Nubia and Egypt = A kultúraátvétel értelme : egy ókori nílus-völgyi eset /

: Text in English followed by the Hungarian translation. : 110 pages : illustrations, map ; 23 cm. : Includes bibliographical references. : 9630814021

Published 2011
Hellenizing art in ancient Nubia, 300 BC-AD 250, and its Egyptian model s a study in "acculturation" /

: Presenting a large body of evidence for the first time, this book offers a comprehensive treatment of Nubian architecture, sculpture, and minor arts in the period between 300 BC-AD 250. It focuses primarily on the Nubian response to the traditional pharaonic, Hellenistic/Roman, Hellenizing, and "hybrid" elements of Ptolemaic and Roman Egyptian culture. The author begins with a history of Nubian art and a critical survey of the literature on Ptolemaic and Roman Egyptian art. Special chapters are then devoted to the discussion of the Egyptian-Greek interaction in the arts of Ptolemaic Egypt, the place of Egyptian Hellenistic and Hellenizing art within the oikumene, the pluralistic visual world of Ptolemaic and Roman Egypt, as well as on the specific genre of terracotta sculpture. Utilizing examples from Meroe City and Musawwarat es Sufra, the author argues that cultural transfer from Ptolemaic and Roman Egypt to Nubia resulted in an inward-focused adaptation. Therefore, the resulting Nubian art from this period expresses only those aspects of Egyptian and Greek art that are compatible with indigenous Nubian goals.
: 1 online resource. : Includes bibliographical references and index. : 9789004211292 : Available to subscribing member institutions only.

Published 1997
The kingdom of Kush : handbook of the Napatan-Meroitic civilization /

: The individual character of Kingdom of Kush has often been overshadowed by the overwhelming cultural presence of its neighbour Egypt. This handbook in our series \'Handbuch der Orientalistik/Handbook of Oriental Studies\' for the first time presents a comprehensive survey of the rich textual, archaeological and art historical evidence for this Middle Nile Region Kingdom of Kush . Basing itself both on the evidence and scholarly literature, this work discusses the emergence of the native state of Kush (after the Pharaonic domination in the 11th century B.C.), the rule of the Kings of Kush in Egypt (c. 760-656) and the intellectual foundations and political history of the Kingdom in the Napatan (7th - Third centuries) and Meroitic (3rd century B.C. - 4th century A.D.) periods.
: 1 online resource (xv, 589 pages) : maps. : Includes bibliographical references (p. 533-559) and index. : 9789004294011 : 0169-9423 ; : Available to subscribing member institutions only.

Published 2014
Herodotus in Nubia /

: Twentieth century commentaries on Herodotus' passages on Nubia, the historical kingdom of Kush and the Aithiopia of the Greek tradition, rely mostly on an outdated and biased interpretation of the textual and archaeological evidence. Disputing both the Nubia image of twentieth century Egyptology and the Herodotus interpretation of traditional Quellenkritik , the author traces back the Aithiopian information that was available to Herodotus to a discourse on Kushite kingship created under the Nubian pharaohs of the Twenty-Fifth Dynasty and preserved in the Ptah sanctuary at Memphis. Insufficient for a self-contained Aithiopian logos, the information acquired by Herodotus complements and supports accounts of the land, origins, customs and history of other peoples and bears a relation to the intention of the actual narrative contexts into which the author of The Histories inserted it.
: 1 online resource (pages) : illustrations. : Includes bibliographical references and index. : 9789004273887 : Available to subscribing member institutions only.