Between Orient and Occident
Studies in Honour of P.J. Riis
A part of the series The National Museum of Denmark , and the subject area Archaeology (classical)
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John Lund and Peter Pentz
With contributions by
Pia Guldager Bilde, Søren Dietz, Anne Haslund Hansen, Helle Winge Horsnæs, Kristina Winther Jacobsen, Jørgen Steen Jensen, John Lund, Alexandra Nilsson, Peter Pentz, Bodil Bundgaard Rasmussen, Thomas Riis, Helle Salskov Roberts, Inge Schjellerup and Ingolf Thuesen
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About the book
For more than two generations Poul Jørgen Riis has played a leading role in Danish Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology. With Between Orient and Occident the Department of International Collections in the Danish National Museum celebrates the 90th birthday of P.J. Riis on the 26th of May, 2000.
The book contains essays by some of Riisø' past and present colleagues, collaborators and students touching upon a wide range of subjects within Danish Classical and Near Eastern archaeological research: from Syria to Tunisia, from transport amphoras, and fine ware Arethusa cups to Islamic architecture.
Table of contents
Hama in the Middle Bronze Age: a New Interpretation, Ingolf Thuesen
Creating a Divine Image: the Case of Juno Sospita, Kristina Winther Jacobsen
A Second Metamorphosis of Arethusa, Helle Winge Horsnæs
Herakles Holding the Horn of Acheloos - Bronze Statuettes in the Danish National Museum, Helle Salskov Roberts
Transport Amphorae as Evidence of Exportation of Italian Wine and Oil to the Eastern Mediterranean in the Hellenistic Period, John Lund
Danish Archaeology in Carthage, Tunisia, Søren Dietz
Temple, église, mosquée. Autour de la Mosque des Omeyyades à Damas, Thomas Riis
A Chair from Hama in Bozüyük, Turkey, Peter Pentz
Twelve Roman Caesars en Médaillons, Bodil Bundgaard Rasmussen
The Egyptianising Motifs of Johannes Wiedewelt's Dactyliotheca, Anne Haslund Hansen
A Tale of Pots and Politics, Inge Schjellerup
Von C.J. Thomsen zu P.J. Riis - Ausstellung und Wissen über europäische Medaillen in Kopenhagen, Jørgen Steen Jensen
Hama revisited: a Syrian Town in the 1930s and Today, Alexandra Nilsson
From Study Collection to Museum of Ancient Art: a Danish University Museum of Mediterranean Antiquities and Plaster Casts, Pia Guldager Bilde
Poul Jørgen Riis - a Bibliography, Flemming Gorm Andersen
Sanne Lind Hansen
MA in ethnography and classical archeology and trained at the Danish School of Journalism. Sanne primarily works with anthropology, archeology and early history. She is also responsible for foreign sales and commission agreements, and she was once employed at the National Museum (Antiquities).
Sanne Lind Hansen
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