Transfigurations of Hellenism: Aspects of Late Antique Art in Egypt, AD 250-700

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LIST OF FIGURES AND PLATES*
FIGURES
1.Limestone pilaster capital recarved in recent times. Recklinghausen, Ikonenmuseum 501. After Wessel [1962].
2.Modern “Sheikh Ibada” sculpture. Private collection. After Koptische Kunst Nachtrag fig. 8.
3.Limestone stela of Rhodia. Berlin, Museum für Spätantike und Byzantinische Kunst 9666. After Effenberger — Severin 1992 Cat. 68.
4.Limestone stela of Theodora. Berlin, Museum für Spätantike und Byzantinische Kunst 4723. After Effenberger — Severin 1992 Cat. 67.
5.Tunic decoration. Collection Bouvier. After Stauffer 1991 Cat. 42.
6.Tunic decoration. Collection Bouvier. After Stauffer 1991 Cat. 41.
7.Tunic decoration. Collection Bouvier. After Stauffer 1991 Cat. 11.
8.Tunic decoration. Collection Bouvier. After Stauffer 1991 Cat. 45.
9.Painted wooden coffin. Malibu, J. Paul Getty Museum 82.AP.75. After Parlasca 1996 fig. 1a.
10.Istanbul, Silivri Kapi, tomb chamber, sarcophagus front. After Warland 1994 Pl. 71/3.
11.Limestone mortuary stela. Cairo, Coptic Museum 8004.
12.Manuscript illustration. London, The Egypt Exploration Society. After Age of Spirituality Cat. 93.
13.Drawing on papyrus. London, The British Library Board pap. 3053. After Age of Spirituality Cat. 86.
14.Ivory comb. Paris, Musée du Louvre, Département des Antiquités Égyptiennes E 11874. After Cat. Paris-Agde Cat. 277.
15.Papyrus Goleniscev (“Alexandrian World Chronicle”), fol. 6v, illustration. Moscow, Pushkin Museum. After Elsner 1998b fig. 162.
16.Limestone niche pediment. Cairo, Coptic Museum 7011.
17.Limestone niche pediment. Cairo, Coptic Museum 7004.

* Unless otherwise indicated, the photographs are from the author’s archives.

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