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Greek coins in the Royal Ontario Museum of Archaeology.

Royal Ontario Museum of Archaeology.

Greek coins in the Royal Ontario Museum of Archaeology.

by Royal Ontario Museum of Archaeology.

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Published by [The Museum] in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Royal Ontario Museum of Archaeology -- Coin collections.,
  • Coins, Greek -- Ontario -- Toronto.

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination18 leaves ;
    Number of Pages18
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19239866M

    Exploration of the site of Ismant el-Kharab has been in progress since It forms part of the Dakhleh Oasis Project directed by Anthony J. Mills, sponsored by the Royal Ontario Museum (Toronto), The Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities (Toronto), The University of Durham and the American Research Center in Egypt (Cairo). A pale green glass bottle with flat base, globular body, long tubular neck pinched slightly at the shoulder. For related examples see: Hayes J. W. "Roman and Pre-Roman Glass in the Royal Ontario Museum". Toronto, , cat. # And McGovern-Huffman, S. "Magical, Mystical Roman Glass, the Lenman/Stohlman Collect.

      For a field trip, students got a behind-the-scenes tour of the Royal Ontario Museum’s backroom vaults, where they learned about ancient Greek and Roman coins from Assistant Curator Paul Denis. The class also participated in a mock excavation outside the archeology building on . Bowdoin College Royal Ontario Museum Ancient Near East John The Baptist Jewish Art The Conjuring Pottery Wine Label Archaeology Retrospective "Most of my contributions to Mandaean studies engage topics in Mandaean texts for these topics’ own sake.

    ———. "The Chinese Jade Age: Between Antiquarianism and archaeology" Journal of Social Archaeology 6 (2) (GMU Online) Dohrenwend, Doris. Chinese Jades in the Royal Ontario Museum. Toronto: Royal Ontario Museum. "Jade demonic images from early China." Ars Orientalis   The Italian word graffiti dates only to , online sources say, but the practice of drawing and scribbling on walls and surfaces in public places dates back fact, a Professor from Princeton University in New Jersey did a talk in Toronto in in which he revealed the discovery of hundreds of pieces of ancient graffiti in the Turkish city of Aphrodisias depicting gladiator.


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This is significantly more than the third most attended exhibition, Ancient Peru Unearthed, held at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, which managedattendees. But total attendees can be a false barometer because it is a function of the length of an event. This was formed when Tony Mills, then a curator at the Royal Ontario Museum, became aware of how little was known about the environmental background to sites in Egypt.

He realised that an oasis, such as Dakhleh, with relatively little contact with the wider world, formed a discrete area for such a study, and visited there in We regret we didn't have more time to spend in the Royal Ontario Museum, especially given the $15 entry fee per adult.

The exhibits were wonderful, with lots of interaction for younger visitors. The gift shop is fantastic, so if you don't have time to devote to the museum, this is worth the stop.5/5(K).

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