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The "Woman at the Window" Came from Egypt
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The "Woman at the Window" Came from Egypt

New interpretations of the Phoenician ivories from the Assyrian palaces of Nimrud and Khorsabad

Broekema, Henriette

Editorial: BAR - British Archaeological Reports

Colección: International Series ; 3145

Número de páginas: 120 págs.  

Fecha de edición: 01-12-2023

EAN: 9781407354255

ISBN: 978-1-4073-5425-5

Precio (sin IVA): 53,49 €

Precio (IVA incluído): 55,63 €

The Woman at the Window Came From Egypt investigates the origin of ivory plaques found in the Assyrian palaces of Nimrud and Khorsabad from the first millennium BCE. It provides a completely new interpretation of the famous iconography of the Woman at the Window. This collection of ivories, traditionally labelled as Phoenician, is thought to have originated from locations across the Levant. However, the Egyptian Nile Delta appears to be a more accurate locale.


La "mujer de la ventana" vino de Egipto investiga el origen de las placas de marfil halladas en los palacios asirios de Nimrud y Khorsabad del primer milenio antes de Cristo. Aporta una interpretacin completamente nueva de la famosa iconografa de la "Mujer en la ventana". Se cree que esta coleccin de marfiles, tradicionalmente etiquetada como "fenicia", procede de lugares de todo el Levante. Sin embargo, el delta egipcio del Nilo parece ser un lugar ms preciso.

 

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