Egyptian predynastic anthropomorphic objects : a study of their function and significance in predynastic burial customs
Anthropomorphic objects from the Egyptian Predynastic have been a topic of frequent study and debate, from the time they were first excavated until today. These objects, including human figurines, hippopotamus tusks, tag amulets and combs carved with the human image, continue to fascinate and perple...
|Main Author:||Ordynat, Ryna , [Author]|
Summertown, Oxford :
Archaeopress Publishing Ltd,
1 online resource (iv, 120 pages) : illustrations (black and white, and colour).