Full bibliography on Egyptian and Meroitic pottery

January 16th, 2018

Adams, W.Y. (N.D.) Pottery wares of the Ptolemaic and Roman Periods at Qasr Ibrim, Preliminary Ware Descriptions, Kentucky: Unpublished.
Adams, W.Y. (1962) Archaeological Survey on the West bank of the Nile-Pottery Kiln Excavations, Kush, 10, 62-75.
Adams, W.Y. (1966) The vintage of Nubia, Kush, 14, 262-283.
Adams, W.Y. (1973) Pottery, Society and History in Meroitic Nubia, Meroitica, 1, 177-219.
Adams, W.Y. (1977) Nubia: Corridor to Africa, London and Princeton: Princeton University Press.
Adams, W.Y. (1981) Ecology and Economy in the Empire of Kush, Zeitschrift für Aegyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde,108, 1-11.
Adams, W.Y. (1982) The coming of Nubian speakers to the Nile Valley, in Ehret, C., Posnansky, M. (eds.) The Archaeological and Linguistic Reconstruction of African History, Berkley & Los Angeles: University of California Press, 11-38.
Adams, W.Y. (1983) Primis and the ‘Aethiopian’ Frontier, Journal of American Research Center in Egypt, 20, 93-104.
Adams, W.Y., Alexander, J.A., Allen, R. (1983) Qasr Ibrim 1980 and 1982, Journal of Egyptian Archaeology, 69, 43-60.
Adams, W.Y. (1985) Ptolemaic and Roman Occupation at Qasr Ibrim, in Gens, F. & THILL, F. (eds.) Melanges offerts a Jean Vercoutter, Paris: Editions Recherche sur les Civilisations, 9-17.
Adams, W.Y. (1986a) The Ceramic Industries of Medieval Nubia, Part I, Lexington: The University Press of Kentucky.
Adams, W.Y. (1986b) The Ceramic Industries of Medieval Nubia, Part II, Lexington: The University Press of Kentucky.
Adams, W.Y. (1996) Qasr Ibrim. The Late Medieval Period, London: Egypt Exploration Society.
Adams, W.Y. (2004) The Meroitic Wares of Lower Nubia in Retrospec, Arkamani: Sudan Electronic Journal of Archaeology and Anthropology, available from http://www.arkamani.org/arkamani-library/meroitic_conference_paris/Adams1.htm#The Aswan wares (Family A, Ware Group A.I) [Accessed13 August 2009].
Adams, W.Y. (2005) The west bank survey from Faras to Gemai, London: Sudan Archaeological Research Society Publication 13.
Ahmed, S.M. (1992) L’ agglomeration Napatéenne de Kerma, Paris: Editions Recherche sur les Civilisations.
Alexander, J.A. (1988) The Saharan divide in the Nile valley: The evidence from Qasr Ibrim, African Archaeological Review, 6, 73-90.
Arkell, A.J. (1961) A history of Sudan from the earliest times to 1821, 2nd edition, London: University of London.
Armelagos, G.J., Jacobs, K.H., Martin, D.L. (1981) Death and demography in prehistoric Sudanese Nubia in Humphreys, S.C., King, H. (eds.) Mortality and Immortality: The Anthropology and Archaeology of Death, London: Academic Press.
Arnold, D. (1985) Ceramic Theory and Cultural Process, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Arnold, D., Bourriau, J. (eds.) (1993) An introduction to Ancient Egyptian Pottery, Mainz: Sonderschrift / Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Abteilung Kairo, 17.
Aston, D.A. (1999) Elephantine XIX. Pottery from the Late New Kingdom to the Early Ptolemaic Period. AV 95, Mainz am Rhein: Archäologische Veröffentlichungen 95.
Barley, N. (1994) Smashing Pots. Feats of Clay from Africa, London: British Museum Press.
Bilde, P., et al. (1992) Ethnicity in Hellenistic Egypt, Aarhus: Aarhus University Press.
Browne, G.M. (1991) Old Nubian texts from Qasr Ibrim III, London: Egypt Exploration Society.
Burghardt, A. (1985) Aegypter und Meroiten im Dodecaschoinos, Berlin: Akademie-Verlag
Edwards, D.N., Salih, A.O.M. (1992) The Mahas Survey 1991: Interim Report and Site Inventory. Mahas Survey Report no.1, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Edwards, D.N. (1995) A Meroitic settlement and cemetery at Kedurma in the Third Cataract region, Northern Sudan, Archéologie du Nil Moyen, 7, 35-51.
Edwards, D.N., Rose, P.J., Filer, J. (1995) The SARS excavation at Gabati, Central Sudan, 1994-1995. The excavations, SARS Newsletter, 8, 11-27.
Edwards, D.N. (1996) The Archaeology of the Meroitic State: New Perspectives of its Social and Political Organization, Oxford: Tempus Reparatum.
Edwards, D.N., Rose, P.J. (1997) The Meroitic, Post-Meroitic and Christian Cemetery at Gabati, Central Sudan. A preliminary report on the excavations of 1994/95, Kush, 17, 69-84.
Edwards, D.N. (1999) Musawwarat es Sufra III. A Meroitic Pottery Workshop at Musawwarat es Sufra (Meroitica 17:2), Weisbaden: Harrassowitz
Edwards, D.N. (2004) The Nubian Past. An archaeology of the Sudan, London and New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
Edwards, W.I., Hope, C.A., Segnit, E.R. (1987) Ceramics from Dakhleh Oasis. Preliminary studies. Victoria College Archaeology Research Unit Occasional Paper 1, Cambridge: The Dakhleh Trust.
Elhassan, A.A. (2004) Religious Motifs in Meroitic Painted and Stamped Pottery, Oxford: BAR International Series 1285.
Eriksen, T.H. (1992) Us and Them in Modern Societies: ethnicity and nationalism in Mauritius, Trinidad and beyond, London: Scandinavian University Press.
Faiers, J. (2005) Late Roman Pottery at Amarna and Related Studies, London: Egypt Exploration Society.
Friedman, R.F. (2002) Egypt and Nubia: Gifts of the Desert, London: British Museum Press.
Furon, R. (1963) The Geology of Africa, Translated by Hallam, A. & Stevens, L.A., Edinburgh and London: Oliver & Boyd.
Garstang, J. (1912) Second Interim Report of Excavations at Meroe in Ethiopia: Part I, The Excavations, Liverpool Annals of Archaeology and Anthropology, 4, 45-52.
Gillam, J.P., (1976) Coarse fumed ware in Northern Britain and beyond, Glasgow Archaeological Journal, 4, 57-80.
Gosselain, O.P. (2000) Materializing Identities: An African Perspective, Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory, 68 (3), 187-217.
Gribble, C.D., Hall, A.J. (1992) Optical Mineralogy: principles and practice, London: UCL Press.
Griffith, F.LI. (1929) Meroitic Studies VI, Journal of Egyptian Archaeology, 15, 72-74.
Haycock, B.G. (1972) Landmarks in Kushite history, Journal of Egyptian Archaeology, 58, 225-244.
Haycock, B.G. (1974) Philology and the use of written sources in reconstructing early Sudanese history; Reflections of the administration of Lower Nubia in Meroitic times IN Abdalla, A. (ed.) (1974) Studies in Ancient Languages of the Sudan, Khartoum: Khartoum University Press.
Hintze, F. (1971) Mussawwarat es Sufra. Berlin: Akademie-Verlag.
Hintze, F. (1973) Preliminary report on the excavations of the Institute of Egyptology, Humboldt University, Berlin. 1963-1966 (Fourth-sixth seasons), Kush, 15, 283-298.
Hope, C. (1991) Two Ancient Egyptian potter’s wheels, Journal of the Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities, 11 (3), 127-133.
Hope, C. (1993) Pottery kilns from the Oasis of el-Dakhla, in Arnold, D.O. & Bourriau, J. (eds.) An introduction to Ancient Egyptian Pottery, Mainz: Sonderschrift / Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Abteilung Kairo, 17, 121-127.
Horton, M. (1991) Africa in Egypt: New evidence from Qasr Ibrim, in Davies W.V. (ed.), Egypt and Africa: Nubia from Prehistory to Islam, London: British Museum Press and Egypt Exploration Society, 264-277.
Howard, H. & Morris, E.L. (eds.) (1981) Production and distribution: A ceramic viewpoint, Oxford: BAR International Series 120.
Jackson, R.B. (2002) At Empire’s Edge. Exploring Romes’s Egyptian Frontier, New Haven & London: Yale University Press.
James, S. & Taylor, J.H. (1994) Parts of Roman artillery projectiles from Qasr Ibrim, Egypt, Saalburg-Jahrbuch, 47, 93-98.
Jones, S. (1997) The Archaeology of Ethnicity. Construction of identities in the past and present, London and New York: Routledge.
Juma, A.M. (1996) The Swahili and the Mediterranean worlds: pottery of the late Roman period from Zanzibar, Antiquity, 70, 148-54.
Kerr, F.P. (1977) Optical Mineralogy, 4th Edition, New York: McGraw-Hill
Kirwan, L.P. (1977) Rome beyond the Southern Egyptian frontier, Proceedings of the British Academy, 63, 13-31.
Leclant, J. (1997) The New Kingdom, in Wildung, D. (ed.) Sudan. Ancient Kingdoms of the Nile, New York: Flammarion, 119-142.
Longacre, W.A. (1999) Standardization and Specialization: What’s the link?, in Skibo, J.M. & Freiman, G.M. (eds.) Pottery and People, Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press.
Macadam, M.L.F. (1955) The Temples of Kawa II: History and Archaeology of the site, London: Griffith Institute.
Martin, D.L., Armelagos, G.J., Goodman, A.H., Van Gerven, D.P., (1984) The effects of socioeconomic change in prehistoric Africa: Sudanese Nubia as a case study, in Cohen, M.N. & ARMELAGOS, G.J. (eds.) Paleopathology at the Origins of Agriculture, New York: Academic Press.
Morkot, R.G. (2000) The Black Pharaohs: Egypt’s Nubian Rulers, London: Rubicon Press.
Orton, C., Tyres, P., Vince, A. (1993) Pottery in Archaeology, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Peacock, D.P.S. (ed.) (1977) Pottery and early commerce: Characterization and trade in Roman and later ceramics, London: Academic Press.
Peacock, D.P.S. & Williams, D.F. (1981) Amphorae and the Roman Economy: an introductory guide, New York: Longman Archaeology Series.
Peacock, D.P.S. (1982) Pottery in the Roman World, London and New York: Longman.
Peacock, D.P.S. & Williams, D.F. (2007) Food for the Gods: New light on the ancient incense trade, Oxford: Oxbow.
Plumley, J.M. (1975) Qasr Ibrim, Journal of Egyptian Archaeology, 61, 6-13.
Plumley, J.M., Adams, W.Y. & Crowfoot, E. (1977) Qasr Ibrim, Journal of Egyptian Archaeology, 62, 31-37.
Pluskota, P. (1991) Dongola: A pottery production center from the Early Christian period, in Godlewski, W. (ed.) Coptic and Nubian Pottery. Part II, Warsaw: National Museum.
Pluskota, P. (1994) Old Dongola – Kiln R2 (Post-Classic Christian pottery deposit, Nubica, III (1), 371-377.
Pollitt, J.J. (1986) Art in the Hellenistic Age, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Powell, C. (1955) The nature and use of Ancient Egyptian potter’s wheels, Amarna Reports, vi, 309-335.
Ray, J.D. (2005) Demotic Papyri and Ostraca from Qasr Ibrim, London: Egypt Exploration Society.
Renfrew, C. (1969) Trade and Cultural Process in European Prehistory, Current Anthropology, 10 (2), 151-169.
Renfrew, C. (1984) Approaches to Social Archaeology, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
Renfrew, C. & Bahn, P. (1991) Archaeology: Theories, Methods and Practice, London: Thames and Hudson.
Renfrew, C. (1993) Trade beyond the material, in Healey, F. & Scarre, C. (eds.) Trade and Exchange in Prehistoric Europe, Oxford: Oxbow Books, 5-16.
Rice, P. (1987) Pottery Analysis: A Sourcebook, Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press.
Rice, P. (1991) Specialization, Standardization and Diversity: A Retrospective, in Bishop, R. & Langs, F. (eds.) The Ceramic Legacy of Anna O. Shepard, Colorado: Colorado University Press.
Ropinski, M. (1985) The camel in Dynastic Egypt, Journal of Egyptian Archaeology, 71, 134-141.
Robertson, J.H. (1975) The 1974/75 Meroe Excavations, Myame Akuma, 6, 25-28.
Robertson, J.H. (1992) History and Archaeology in Meroe, in Strener, J. & David, N. (eds.) An African Commitment: Papers in honour of Peter Lewis Shinnie, Calgary: University of Calgary Press.
Roberston, J.H. & Hill, E.M. (1999) Two traditions or one? New interpretations of the hand-made/wheel-made ceramics from Meroe, in Welsby, D.A. (ed.) Recent Research in Kushite History and Archaeology: Proceedings of the Eight International Conference of Meroitic Studies, London: British Museum Press, 321-329.
Robinson, A.E. (1936) The camel in antiquity, Sudan Notes and Records, 19, 47-69.
Rose, P.J. (1996) Qasr Ibrim. The Hinterland Survey, London: Egypt Exploration Society.
Rowley-Conwy, P., Deakin, W. & Chaw, C.H. (1999) Ancient DNA from Sorghum: The evidence from Qasr Ibrim, Egyptian Nubia, in Van Der Veen, M. (ed.) The Exploitation of Plant Resources in Ancient Africa, New York: Kluwer Academic/ Plenum Publishers, 55-62.
Rowley-Conwy, P. (1988) The camel in the Nile-Valley: new radiocarbon accelerator (AMS) dates from Qasr Ibrim, Journal of Egyptian Archaeology, 74, 245-248.
Rye, O. (1981) Pottery Technology: Principles and Reconstruction, Washington: Taraxum.
Seiler, A. (1998) Feine meroitische Ware aus Musawwarat es Sufra, Mitteilungen der Sudanarchäologischen Gesellschaft zu Berlin, 8, 56-61.
Schuelter, T. (2006) Geological Atlas of Africa with notes on Stratigraphy, Tectonics, Economic Geology, Geohazards and Geosites of each country, Berlin: Springer.
Shinnie, P.L. (1967) Meroe. A civilization of the Sudan, London: Thames and Hudson.
Shinnie, P.L. & Bradley, R.J. (eds.) (1980) The Capital of Kush I. Meroe Excavations 1965-1972, Meroitica 4, Berlin: Akademie-Verlag.
Sillar, B. (1997) Reputable pots and disreputable potters: Individual and community choice in present day pottery production and exchange in the Andes, in Cumberpatch, C.G. & Blinkhorn, P.W. (eds.) Not so much a pot, more a way of life, Oxford: Oxbow Monograph.
Sinopoli, C. (1991) Approaches to Archaeological Ceramics, New York: Plenum.
Skibo, J.M. (1992) Pottery Function: A use-alteration perspective, New York and London: Plenum Press.
Smith, L.M.V. (1996) Investigation of the provenance of Meroitic finewares: A resumé, SARS Newsletter, 10, 23-31.
Smith, L.M.V. (1997) Clay sources for Meroitic finewares, Azania, xxxii, 77-92.
Smith, L.M.V. (1999) Investigation of the provenance of Meroitic finewares, Cambridge: University of Cambridge Computing Service.
Smith, S.T. (2003) Wretched Kush: Ethnic identities and boundaries in Egypt’s Nubian empire, London and New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
Somers, C. (1912) Christian Antiquities in the Nile Valley, Oxford: Clarendon Press.
Toeroek, L. (1984) Economy in the Empire of Kush: A review of the written evidence, Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde, 111, 45-69.
Toeroek, L. (1989) Kush and the external world, Meroitica, 10, 49-215.
Toeroek, L. (1997) Meroe City. An Ancient African Capital: John Garstang’s Excavations in the Sudan, London: Egypt Exploration Society.
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Welsby, D.A. (1998) The Kingdom of Kush. The Napatan and the Meroitic Empires, London: British Museum Press.
Welsby, D.A. (2002) The Medieval Kingdoms of Nubia. Pagans, Christians and Muslims along the Middle Nile, London: The British Museum Press.
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Woolf, G. (1998) Becoming Roman: The origin of provincial civilization in Gaul, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Yellin, J.W. (1990) The Decorated Pyramid Chapels of Meroe and Meroitic Funerary Religion, Meroitica, 12, 361-374.