Eastern desert ware : traces of the inhabitants of the eastern desert in Egypt and Sudan during the 4th-6th centuries CE

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Eastern desert ware : traces of the inhabitants of the eastern desert in Egypt and Sudan during the 4th-6th centuries CE

Barnard, H.


Barnard, H. (2008, June 4). Eastern desert ware : traces of the inhabitants of the eastern desert in Egypt and Sudan during the 4th-6th centuries CE. Retrieved from


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This research and volume would not have been possible without the help of many people and institutions. The most important are named below.

Financial support, in cash or in kind, was provided by Anna Barnard-Van der Nat, Kym Faull, Hector Neff, Charles Stanish and Willeke Wendrich.

Samples, drawings and photographs of Eastern Desert Ware were made available by Anwar Abdel-Magid, Jitka Barochová, Manfred Bietak, Roswitha Egner, Renée Friedman, Sharon Herbert, Jonatan Krzywinski, Knut Krzywinski, Sandrine Marquié, Carol Meyer, Richard Pierce, Gillian Pyke, Elfriede Reiser-Haslauer, Pamela Rose, John Seeger, Valery Seeger, Steve Sidebotham, Jana Součková, Eugen Strouhal, Roberta Tomber, Derek Welsby, Isabella Welsby-Sjöström, Bruce Williams and Henry Wright.

Additional contributions, material or scholarly, were made by Ram Alkali, Chris Bakker, Bart Barnard, W. (Pip) Barnard, Gert Berkelaar, Manfred Bietak, Marguarite Boeije, Joris Borghouts, Jolanda Bos, Janine Bourriau, Anne-Marie Burger, Stanley Burstein, Jacco Dieleman, Jitse Dijkstra, Agnieszka Dobrowolska, Jarosław Dobrowolski, Alek Dooley, David Edwards, Jelmer Eerkens, Ernestine Elster, Kym Faull, Peter French, Jennifer Gates, Reda Said Hassan ( مﺎﻤﺣ), Jim Harrell, Martin Hense, Salima Ikram, Mohsen Kamel, Henk Kars, Margôt Knooihuizen-Van der Nat, Remco Knooihuizen, Willem Knooihuizen, Gabor Lassányi, Kim Le, Andrea Manzo, Helen Mallinson, Michael Mallinson, Sandrine Marquié, Hector Neff, Paul Nicholson, Richard Pierce, Hermine Pool, Gillian Pyke, Claudia Rapp, Pamela Rose, Alan Rowe, Sachiko Sakai, Enno Schimmel, William Schniedewind, Lori Schoemaker, Bastiaan Seldenthuis, Margaret Serpico, Steve Sidebotham, Laurence Smith, Stuart Smith, Charles Stanish, Eugen Strouhal, Roberta Tomber, David Verity, Jacques van der Vliet, Fransje Wendrich- Brouwer, Hans Wendrich, Willeke Wendrich, Karin Willemse, Bruce Williams, Ian Whitbread, Henry Wright and Ron Zitterkopf.

Institutions, journals, museums and organizations that were instumental in the compilation of the data and text presented here include Ägypten und Levante; Annals of the Náprstek Museum; Archéologie du Nil Moyen;

Aswan Museum (Egypt); Berenike Project; Bergen University (Norway); British Archaeological Reports;

British Museum (London); Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at UCLA (Los Angeles); Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures at UCLA (USA);

Eastern Desert Antiquities Protection Program; Egypt Exploration Society (London); Institute for Integrated Research in Materials, Environments, and Society (Long Beach, California); Kunsthistorisches Museum (Vienna);

Mons Smaragdus Conservation Project; Náprstek Museum (Prague); National Corporation of Antiquities and Museums (Khartoum); Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde; Norwegian Council of Universities;

Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago (USA);

Pasarow Mass Spectrometry Laboratory (Los Angeles);

Picture Library of the British Library (London); Royal Netherlands Embassy in Cairo; Society for Arabian Studies (London); Southampton University (UK); Sudan

& Nubia; Supreme Council of Antiquities (Cairo) and the University of California, Los Angeles (USA).

The above lists are by no means exhaustive and I apologize for any omissions. All errors and omissions in the rest of this volume are also my own.

Finally, a special word of thanks should go to Willeke Wendrich, for her unending encouragement and love.



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