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

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MUSEUM INDEX2
Alexandria, Graeco-Roman Museum 3 capital 328; 3785 pediment fgm. 118; 3790 pediment fgm. 118, 124, fig. 18; 3851 marble capital 25; 5934 colossal porphyry statue 184–191, fig. 36; 12109 bone carving 262, fig. 100; 13267 bone carving 265, fig. 106; 13291 bone carving 262, fig. 101; 13296 bone carving with enthroned emperors 263, fig. 105; 13298 bone carving 263; 13475 capital; 14140 limestone relief 13, 198; 17013 marble impost capital 328; 19909 limestone cornice 339; 21684 limestone capital 321, fig. 136; 22976 pagan icon 295; 23388 niche pediment 117, 208, 211; 23482 limestone frieze 210; 23483 arcuated frieze 210; 23484 limestone frieze 210; 23493 limestone frieze 210; 23494 limestone frieze 210, fig. 67; 23495–23499 limestone friezes 210; 23567 arcuated frieze 208; 23641 niche pediment 117; 23644 limestone relief 208; 23685 limestone relief 213; 23775 limestone frieze 210; 23776 limestone frieze 210; 23779 limestone frieze 210, fig. 66
Ann Arbor, Kelsey Museum of Archaeology 88723 pagan icon 295
Athens, Benaki Museum 108/7 textile with Dionysos and Ariadne 265; M, c. 108/8 Heracles textile 265; inv. nos not known, silver dishes from Bubastis 239
Athens, National Museum 3335 marble statue of Aphrodite and Pan 234
Berkeley, Phoebe Hearst Museum of Anthropology 6.21384 pagan icon 295
Berlin, Staatliche Museen Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Ägyptisches Museum 15978 lost pagan icon 295; 17039 wooden coffin 297
Berlin, Staatliche Museen Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Antikensammlung Fr. 1558 aaa metal plaque 268; 31329 portrait tondo with the family of Septimius Severus 299
Berlin, Staatliche Museen Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Museum für Spätantike und Byzantinische Kunst 2/74 tunic decoration 253; 5/69 tapestry 259; 1183 painted ceiling panel 241; 4131 limestone relief with Entry into Jerusalem 356, fig. 178; 4452 limestone relief 21, 203, fig. 60; 4453 limestone frieze 196, fig. 47; 4658 textile with wrestlers 253–254, Pl. XVIII; 4715 limestone relief 331, fig. 154; 4717 limestone carving 331; 4721 stela 18; 4720 basket capital 331, fig. 153; 4723 Theodora stela 42–43, fig. 4; 4726 stela 272, fig. 110; 4785 wooden relief 243, Pl. XVI; 4782 boxwood carving with the liberation of a city 312–314, 316, fig. 125; 6114 icon of Bishop Abraham 301, 343, Pl. XXX; 6115 painted ceiling panel 241, Pl. XV; 6128 porphyry statue 185–187, fig. 38; 6144 limestone relief 21; 6145 limestone relief 21; 6159 basket capital 330–331, fig. 152; 6601 limestone relief 19; 9237a tapestry with Erotes 248; 9237b tapestry with foliage 248; 9269 tunic decoration 254; 9658 resist-dyed textile 285–286, Pl. XXV; 9666 Rhodia stela 42, fig. 3
Berlin, Staatliche Museen Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Skulpturenabteilung 19/61 Isis statue 29; 2672 limestone carving 28

2 Only objects referred to with inventory numbers are listed.

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