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Some observations on Christian burial practices at Kellis
In 1997 I was invited by Anthony Mills to publish the archaeology of the Kellis 2 cemetery as an adjunct to my work on early Christianity in Egypt. Since that time further Christian burials have beenExpand
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Reconstructing ancient Kellis
The possibilities offered by Virtual Archaeology generated a great deal of enthusiasm during the 1990s despite limitations of the technology. Today, with advances in computer graphics and processingExpand
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The small East Church at Ismant el-Kharab
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The fourth-century churches at Ismant el-Kharab
During the 1981–82 survey of the site three purpose-built churches were identified (Knudstad and Frey 1999, 189, 201, 205). One, a two-room basilica with an adjoining complex of rooms, is located atExpand
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The church at Dayr Abu Matta and its associated structures: An overview of four seasons of excavation
At the Sixth International Dakhleh Oasis Project Conference, I presented an overview of the excavations carried out at Dayr Abu Matta in the 2007/8 and 2009 field seasons.1 Since that time, twoExpand
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