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

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INDEX OF PLACES AND MONUMENTS1
Abu Fano, monastery church 177
Abu Mena:
city of 111, 116, 272, 302–310, fig. 123
baptistery 304–305, fig. 120
great basilica 159, 171, 304–306, figs 120, 122
hospices 309–310
mosaic 306
tomb church 159, 304–306, 309–310, figs 120–121
transitory narthex 159, 173, 305, fig. 121
Ahnas see Heracleopolis Magna
Akhmim see Panopolis
al-Akhbariya, church, paintings 343, fig. 161
Alexandria:
city of, 19, 22, 35, 38, 44, 60, 62, 67–68, 78–79, 80–82, 86, 88–94, 97, 99–100, 103, 106, 109–110, 113, 118–122, 130–137, 139, 173, 175, 232, 260, 268, 302–303, 306, 310, 331, 339–340, 346
agora 68, 135, 292
Anfushy Tomb II 128
Caesarion/Sebasteion 87, 165
church ob martyrium coemeteria 176
church of Theonas 87
Gabbari, Fort Saleh Tomb I 128–129
Gabbari, Ghirghis Tomb 128–129
Gabbari, Stagni Tomb 128–129
harbour, pharaonic finds 62
Kom el-Dikka, House D 88–89, 264–265
Kom el-Dikka, “theatre” 132
Kôm esh-Shugafa, main tomb 122
martyrium of St John 91
monastery of the Metanoia 85
mosaic with Medusa 308
mosque of Gamaa el-Gharbi 87
Mustapha Pasha, Hypogeum I 128
palace of the Apion family 107
palace of the prefect 65
patriarchal cathedral 87, 165
patriarchal residence 170
porphyry statue fgm. 184
Serapeum 18, 90–91
Sidi Bisr, marble sculpture find 217–218
temple of Kronos/Saturn 87
tent of Ptolemy II 131
Wescher Tomb, painting with Christ 276, 278–279, fig. 113
al-Mina see Marea
Anautha (Palestine) 275
Antinoe see Antinoopolis
Antinoopolis
city of 24, 30, 52, 68, 80, 225, 251, 298
tomb of Theodosia 57–58, Pl. XVII
Antinoopolis see also Sheikh Ibada
Antioch:
city of 86, 97
martyrium of St Martha 156
sculpture find 218
Yakto complex, Megalopsychia Hunt mosaic 284–285
Aphrodisias:
marble sculptures 41, 87, 121, 195, 203
peopled scroll 204
Aphrodito:
village of 98, 100–102, 104 monastery of “Holy-Christ-BearingApostles” 101
Arcadia 70
Argos (Greece), Villa of the Falconer, mosaic 53
Ashmunein see Hermopolis Magna
Assiut 117
Aswan see Syene
Athen 95
Babylon see Old Cairo
Bagawat see el-Bagawat
Bahnasa see Oxyrhynchos

1 Excluding references to Byzantium, Egypt, Italy, the Mediterranean.

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