Oudheidkundige Mededelingen uit het Rijksmuseum van Oudheden te Leiden

Volume 39 - 1958 (Nieuwe Reeks)

Edited by Wijngaarden, W.D.

Oudheidkundige Mededelingen uit het Rijksmuseum van Oudheden te Leiden

Volume 39 - 1958 (Nieuwe Reeks)

Edited by Wijngaarden, W.D.


Imprint: Distributed Title | Format: 210x280mm | 144 pp. | OMROL 39 (Nieuwe Reeks), 1958 | Language: Various | Keywords: Dutch archaeology; prehistory; museology | download cover

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Since 1907 the Dutch National Museum of Antiquities (Leiden) has published the research results related to the collection of the museum and the museum’s excavations in their own journal, a series of monographs and catalogues accompanying temporary exhibitions.

The series entitled “Oudheidkundige Medede(e)lingen uit het Rijksmuseum van Oudheden te Leiden” (OMROL) was published from 1907 up until 1999. Currently, all editions up until 1960 have been digitised and added to both the museum’s and Sidestone’s website.

An initial series from 1907 to 1913 is known as the “Oude Reeks” (old series), the volumes dating from 1920 and later are known as the “Nieuwe Reeks” (new series).

Wijngaarden, W.D. van, Een Egyptische nieuwjaars- of pelgrimsfles, p. 1-6

Kern, J.H.C., An Attic Neck-amphora bij the Painter of Louvre F 6, p. 7-10

Kern, J.H.C., A Roman “Campana” Relief with Nile Landscape (Pygmy village), p. 11-17

Kern, J.H.C., Ein römisches geriffeltes Bronzebecken des 3. Jhts n. Chr, p. 18-19

Klasens, A., The Excavations of the Leiden Museum of Antiquities at Abu-Roash. Report of the First Season: 1957, Part II, p. 20-31

Klasens, A., The Excavations of the Leiden Museum of Antiquities at Abu-Roash. Report of the Second Season: 1958, Part I. With a Preliminary Report by A. Wierciński on the Craniological Material, p. 32-55

Stricker, B.H., De wijsheid van Anschsjesjong, p. 56-79

Stricker, B.H., Het graphisch systeem van de magische papyrus Londen en Leiden, III. Inventaris der demotische tekens, p. 80-103

Abstract:

Since 1907 the Dutch National Museum of Antiquities (Leiden) has published the research results related to the collection of the museum and the museum’s excavations in their own journal, a series of monographs and catalogues accompanying temporary exhibitions.

The series entitled “Oudheidkundige Medede(e)lingen uit het Rijksmuseum van Oudheden te Leiden” (OMROL) was published from 1907 up until 1999. Currently, all editions up until 1960 have been digitised and added to both the museum’s and Sidestone’s website.

An initial series from 1907 to 1913 is known as the “Oude Reeks” (old series), the volumes dating from 1920 and later are known as the “Nieuwe Reeks” (new series).

Contents

Wijngaarden, W.D. van, Een Egyptische nieuwjaars- of pelgrimsfles, p. 1-6

Kern, J.H.C., An Attic Neck-amphora bij the Painter of Louvre F 6, p. 7-10

Kern, J.H.C., A Roman “Campana” Relief with Nile Landscape (Pygmy village), p. 11-17

Kern, J.H.C., Ein römisches geriffeltes Bronzebecken des 3. Jhts n. Chr, p. 18-19

Klasens, A., The Excavations of the Leiden Museum of Antiquities at Abu-Roash. Report of the First Season: 1957, Part II, p. 20-31

Klasens, A., The Excavations of the Leiden Museum of Antiquities at Abu-Roash. Report of the Second Season: 1958, Part I. With a Preliminary Report by A. Wierciński on the Craniological Material, p. 32-55

Stricker, B.H., De wijsheid van Anschsjesjong, p. 56-79

Stricker, B.H., Het graphisch systeem van de magische papyrus Londen en Leiden, III. Inventaris der demotische tekens, p. 80-103










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