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Flora Trade Between Egypt and Africa in Antiquity
04.08.2020, 11:12

Сборник материали за търговията с ценни и екзотични растителни видове и техни продукти между Африка и Египет през древността.
- Вносът на благовония и подправки от Пунт и други части на Африка в древноегипетската митология;
- Плаванията до Пунт;
- Употреба на благоуханията през Старото царство;
- Африканските аромати;
- Изображение на света върху саркофага на жреца Уреш-Нефер в Сакара от времето на XXX династия.
- Речните търговски фактории в Нубия.

 

Ilaria Incordino, Pearce Paul Creasman (eds.) - Flora Trade Between Egypt and Africa in Antiquity.Proceedings of a Conference Held in Naples, Italy, 13 April 2015, Oxford - Philadelphia (PA), Oxbow Books, 2017

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Ilaria Incordino, Pearce Paul Creasman (eds.) - Flora Trade Between Egypt and Africa in Antiquity.Proceedings of a Conference Held in Naples, Italy, 13 April 2015, Oxford - Philadelphia (PA), Oxbow Books, 2017

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Added by: Admin | | Tags: древноегипетско корабоплаване, древноегипетска география, древноегипетска ботаника, древноегипетска търговия, Древен Египет, древноегипетска биология, древноегипетска митология, Пунт, древноегипетска икономика
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In recent decades, study of the ancient Egyptian natural world and its classification has adopted innovative approaches involving new technologies of analysis and a multidisciplinary general view. This collection of papers focuses on one particularly important aspect of foreign trade: the importation of aromatic products. Contributors present the results of the latest researches into the origin and meaning of foreign aromatic products imported in Egypt from the south (Nubia, Punt, Arabia, Horn of Africa) from the beginning of the Dynastic period. The quest for aromata has been of a crucial importance in Egypt, since it was closely connected with economic, political, ideological, religious and mythic spheres. Through archaeological research, epigraphic analysis and iconographic investigations new evidence is explored supporting the most likely hypothesis about the sources of these raw materials. The study of related documents has revealed possible linguistic links between ancient Egyptian and other African ancient languages, and a strong link between aromata and the divine world through the creation of many Egyptian myths. The references to some specific aromatic products (ti-shepes, snetjer, antyw, hesayt) have been subject to careful lexicographic analysis, with special reference to Old Kingdom occurrences. Iconographic and field investigations documented here seek to better define the Egyptian way of representing the 'foreign' world and the value of its products in the spheres of Egyptian religiosity and rising Pharaonic ideology.

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