2 edition of Philological studies in ancient glass. found in the catalog.
Philological studies in ancient glass.
Mary Luella Trowbridge
|Series||University of Illinois studies in language and literature -- vol.13 no.3-4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||206|
studies that discuss the function of word play in Egyptian literat~re.~ Even fewer studies place the device in the larger cultural and social contexts of ancient Near Eastern literat~re.~ Definitions The study of word play in ancient Near Eastern literatures in general has historically been plagued by a loose and inconsistent Size: KB. The ways in which glass was exchanged throughout ancient times is intimately related to its production and is a stepping stone to learning about the economies and interactions of ancient societies. Because of its nature it can be shaped into a variety of forms and as such is found in different archaeological contexts, such as window panes, jewellery, or tableware.
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Get this from a library. Philological studies in ancient glass. [Mary Luella Trowbridge] -- "This is a linguistic and historical study solely, intended to supplement from the side of written or inscriptional records the works on archaeology."--Page 9.
The purpose of this study.-The Greek words for glass.-The Latin words for glass.-The manufacture of glass.-The uses of glass as recorded in literature.-Historical summary.
Series Title: Illinois studies in language and literature, v. 13, no. Full text of "Philological studies in ancient glass" See other formats. to the field. M.-L. Trowbridge's Philological Studies in Ancient Glass () is still the most complete resource in this area. Since the publication of her book, however, new epigraphical and papyrological texts have been pub lished, archaeological finds have multiplied, and research into ancient glass production methods has made great advances.
African Studies American Studies Ancient Near East and Egypt Art History Asian Studies Book History and Cartography Biblical Studies Ancient Glass in a Philological Context Latin words guides the reader to all sections in which they are discussed; a second index lists subjects relating to ancient glass and (modern) glass terminology.
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