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12:02, 15 June 2021 Litsa Sakellariou.jpg (file) 171 KB Publisher (Archiopedia) Litsa Sakellariou 1
13:19, 3 May 2021 Ereneia-3 (between 1 and 2).jpg (file) 4.28 MB Publisher (Archiopedia) Ruins at the edge of the ancient town of Ereneia, near the Saint Matthew the Myroblyte Monastery. This picture has been taken by Jason Koutoufaris-Malandrinos. 1
13:18, 3 May 2021 Ereneia-2.2.jpg (file) 4.25 MB Publisher (Archiopedia) Ruins at the edge of the ancient town of Ereneia, near the Saint Matthew the Myroblyte Monastery. This picture has been taken by Jason Koutoufaris-Malandrinos. 1
13:13, 3 May 2021 Ereneia-2.1.jpg (file) 4.35 MB Publisher (Archiopedia) Ruins at the edge of the ancient town of Ereneia, near the Saint Matthew the Myroblyte Monastery. This picture has been taken by Jason Koutoufaris-Malandrinos. 1
13:10, 3 May 2021 Ereneia-1.6.2.jpg (file) 4.34 MB Publisher (Archiopedia) Ruins at the edge of the ancient town of Ereneia, near the Saint Matthew the Myroblyte Monastery. This picture has been taken by Jason Koutoufaris-Malandrinos. 1
13:09, 3 May 2021 Ereneia-1.6.1.jpg (file) 4.18 MB Publisher (Archiopedia) Ruins at the edge of the ancient town of Ereneia, near the Saint Matthew the Myroblyte Monastery. This picture has been taken by Jason Koutoufaris-Malandrinos. 1
13:07, 3 May 2021 Ereneia-1.4.jpg (file) 3.26 MB Publisher (Archiopedia) Ruins at the edge of the ancient town of Ereneia, near the Saint Matthew the Myroblyte Monastery. This picture has been taken by Jason Koutoufaris-Malandrinos. 1
13:06, 3 May 2021 Ereneia-1.3.jpg (file) 3.67 MB Publisher (Archiopedia) Ruins at the edge of the ancient town of Ereneia, near the Saint Matthew the Myroblyte Monastery. This picture has been taken by Jason Koutoufaris-Malandrinos. 1
13:06, 3 May 2021 Ereneia-1.2.jpg (file) 3.72 MB Publisher (Archiopedia) Ruins at the edge of the ancient town of Ereneia, near the Saint Matthew the Myroblyte Monastery. This picture has been taken by Jason Koutoufaris-Malandrinos. 1
12:22, 3 May 2021 Ereneia-1.1.jpg (file) 5.51 MB Publisher (Archiopedia) Ruins at the edge of the ancient town of Ereneia, near the Saint Matthew the Myroblyte Monastery. This picture has been taken by Jason Koutoufaris-Malandrinos. 1
12:02, 16 October 2020 Archiopedia new logo.png (file) 52 KB Publisher (Archiopedia) Archiopedia logo, 16/10/2020. 1
12:01, 16 October 2020 Archiopedia new favicon.png (file) 22 KB Publisher (Archiopedia) Archiopedia favicon, 16/10/2020. 1
12:20, 8 October 2020 Wadi Bakariya, the larger workshop 2.JPG (file) 1,011 KB Publisher (Archiopedia) Wadi Bakariya, the larger workshop. This picture has been taken by Barbara Tratsaert. 1
09:50, 8 October 2020 Wadi Bakariya, third type, found near the shrine 2.jpg (file) 28 KB Publisher (Archiopedia) Wadi Bakariya, third type, found near the shrine. This picture has been taken by Barbara Tratsaert. 1
22:56, 6 October 2020 Um Howeitat a-Qibli, workshops with saddle querns - sketch.jpg (file) 2.04 MB Publisher (Archiopedia) Um Howeitat al-Qibli, sketch of a workshop. This sketch was drawn by Barbara Tratsaert. This picture was first published as Figure 30 (ii) in Archiopedia's entry Gold mining in the Eastern Desert of Egypt (Roman period). 1
22:53, 6 October 2020 Um Howeitat al-Qibli, workshops with saddle querns.jpg (file) 2.47 MB Publisher (Archiopedia) Um Howeitat al-Qibli, workshops with saddle querns (S. E. Sidebotham, M. Hense and H. M. Nouwens, The Red Land. The Illustrated Archaeology of Egypt's Eastern Desert, The American University in Cairo Press, Cairo and New York, 2008, p. 245, fig. 9.2) 1
22:50, 6 October 2020 Wadi Bakariya, the larger workshop.jpg (file) 235 KB Publisher (Archiopedia) Wadi Bakariya, the larger workshop. This picture has been taken by Barbara Tratsaert. 1
22:48, 6 October 2020 Wadi Bakariya, hand-held polish stone.jpg (file) 212 KB Publisher (Archiopedia) Wadi Bakariya, hand-held polish stones. This picture has been taken by Barbara Tratsaert. 1
22:47, 6 October 2020 Wadi Bakariya, hand-held polish stone on top of anvil.jpg (file) 160 KB Publisher (Archiopedia) Wadi Bakariya, hand-held polish stones on top of an anvil. This picture has been taken by Barbara Tratsaert. 1
22:45, 6 October 2020 Wadi Bakariya, working platforms recreation.jpg (file) 28 KB Publisher (Archiopedia) Wadi Bakariya, working platforms with built-in querns and paved areas. This picture has been taken by Barbara Tratsaert. 1
22:45, 6 October 2020 Wadi Bakariya, working platforms with build-in querns and paved areas..jpg (file) 603 KB Publisher (Archiopedia) Wadi Bakariya, working platforms with built-in querns and paved areas. This picture has been taken by Barbara Tratsaert. 1
22:44, 6 October 2020 Wadi Bakariya, various types of anvils used to crush auriferous quartz 2.jpg (file) 242 KB Publisher (Archiopedia) Wadi Bakariya, type of anvil used to crush auriferous quartz. This picture has been taken by Barbara Tratsaert. 1
22:43, 6 October 2020 Wadi Bakariya, various types of anvils used to crush aurferous quartz.jpg (file) 188 KB Publisher (Archiopedia) Wadi Bakariya, type of anvil used to crush auriferous quartz. This picture has been taken by Barbara Tratsaert. 1
22:41, 6 October 2020 Wadi Bakariya, mortars.jpg (file) 88 KB Publisher (Archiopedia) Wadi Bakariya, mortars. This picture has been taken by Barbara Tratsaert. 1
20:53, 6 October 2020 Wadi Bakariya, hand-held hammers.jpg (file) 22 KB Publisher (Archiopedia) Wadi Bakariya, hand-held hammers. This picture has been taken by Barbara Tratsaert. 1
20:52, 6 October 2020 Wadi Bakariya, heavy pounders.JPG (file) 1.19 MB Publisher (Archiopedia) Wadi Bakariya, heavy pounders. This picture has been taken by Barbara Tratsaert. 1
20:52, 6 October 2020 Wadi Bakariya, natural occurance of small dice-shaped stones used as hammers in the mine.jpg (file) 119 KB Publisher (Archiopedia) Natural occurrence of small dice-shaped stones used as hammers in the mine, Wadi Bakariya. This picture has been taken by Barbara Tratsaert. 1
20:50, 6 October 2020 Statue of a girl milling corn on 'third type quern' - Neuburger, 1919 fig 147.jpg (file) 34 KB Publisher (Archiopedia) Statue of girl milling corn on “third type quern” (A. Neuburger, Die Technik des Altertums, R. Voigtländer, Leipzig, 1919, p. 92, fig. 147). 1
20:48, 6 October 2020 Wadi Bakariya, third type, found near the shrine.JPG (file) 1.93 MB Publisher (Archiopedia) Wadi Bakariya, third type, found near the shrine. This picture has been taken by Barbara Tratsaert. 1
14:19, 6 October 2020 Wadi Daghbag, open-cast trench and lighter coloured debris on either side (with arrows).png (file) 1.56 MB Publisher (Archiopedia) Wadi Daghbag, open-cast trench and lighter-coloured debris on either side (arrow). This picture has been taken by Barbara Tratsaert. 1
14:18, 6 October 2020 Sokari, the entry to the underground mine halfway up the mountain (with arrows).png (file) 1.4 MB Publisher (Archiopedia) Sokari, the entry to the underground mine halfway up the mountain (arrow) with wadi workings on the foreground. This picture has been taken by Barbara Tratsaert. 1
14:15, 6 October 2020 Sokari, the entrance to the underground gallery (with arrows).png (file) 748 KB Publisher (Archiopedia) Sokari (Roman), the entrance to the underground gallery where it is alleged that fire setting was used by the Romans to break the rock (see arrows). This entrance is scorched and it is unclear if this should be dated to the Roman mine or to a fire that occurred during the reopening of the mine in the 19th century. This picture has been taken by Barbara Tratsaert. 1
14:13, 6 October 2020 Wadi Daghbag, prospection “trenches”.png (file) 1.4 MB Publisher (Archiopedia) Wadi Daghbag, prospection “trenches” (with arrows). This picture has been taken by Barbara Tratsaert. 1
14:07, 6 October 2020 Wadi Daghbag, chisel marks in underground cave 2.JPG (file) 1.29 MB Publisher (Archiopedia) Wadi Daghbag, chisel marks in underground cave. This picture has been taken by Barbara Tratsaert. 1
14:06, 6 October 2020 Wadi Daghbag, chisel marks in underground cave.JPG (file) 1.22 MB Publisher (Archiopedia) Wadi Daghbag, chisel marks in underground cave. This picture has been taken by Barbara Tratsaert. 1
14:03, 6 October 2020 Lavrion, technical drawing of a circular washing table (Konofagos 1980, fig 9).png (file) 334 KB Publisher (Archiopedia) Lavrion, technical drawing of helicoidal washing installation (Κ. Κονοφάγος [K. Konofagos (also known as Conophagos in modern publications)], Το αρχαίο Λαύριο και η ελληνική τεχνική παραγωγής αργύρου [Ancient Lavrion and the Greek technique of silver production], National Metsovian Technical University Press, Athens, 1980, p. 21, fig. 9). 1
14:01, 6 October 2020 Wadi Daghbag, circular washing table 2.JPG (file) 220 KB Publisher (Archiopedia) Wadi Daghbag, circular washing tables or helicoidal installation. This picture has been taken by Barbara Tratsaert. 1
13:57, 6 October 2020 Wadi Daghbag, circular washing table 1.JPG (file) 2.8 MB Publisher (Archiopedia) Wadi Daghbag, circular washing tables or helicoidal installation. This picture has been taken by Barbara Tratsaert. 1
13:53, 6 October 2020 Wadi Umm Balad Castel 1998(76) inclined washing table.jpg (file) 323 KB Publisher (Archiopedia) Wadi Umm Balad, inclined washing table, (G. Castel et al., “Les mines du ouadi Um Balad (désert Oriental)”, Bulletin de l’Institut français d'archéologie orientale 98, 1998, pp. 57-87 at 76, fig. 4). 1
13:50, 6 October 2020 Wadi Bakariya, rotary quern, dated Roman period.jpg (file) 1.85 MB Publisher (Archiopedia) Wadi Bakariya, rotary quern, dated Roman. This picture has been taken by Barbara Tratsaert. 1
13:49, 6 October 2020 Wadi Bakariya, bottom half saddle quern.jpg (file) 36 KB Publisher (Archiopedia) Wadi Bakariya, bottom half of saddle quern, thought to be Ptolemaic. This picture has been taken by Barbara Tratsaert. 1
13:48, 6 October 2020 Wadi Bakariya, top half of saddle quern.jpg (file) 25 KB Publisher (Archiopedia) Wadi Bakariya, top half of saddle quern, thought to be Ptolemaic. This picture has been taken by Barbara Tratsaert. 1
13:47, 6 October 2020 Wadi Bakariya, pounder found near the selection area.JPG (file) 1.09 MB Publisher (Archiopedia) Wadi Bakariya, example of a pounder found near the selection areas. This picture has been taken by Barbara Tratsaert. 1
13:46, 6 October 2020 Wadi Bakariya, selection area near a group of open-cast trenches.jpg (file) 376 KB Publisher (Archiopedia) Wadi Bakariya, selection area near a group of open-cast trenches. This picture has been taken by Barbara Tratsaert. 1
13:45, 6 October 2020 Sokari, oil lamp found at the mining settlement.jpg (file) 168 KB Publisher (Archiopedia) Sokari, oil lamp found at the mining settlement. This picture has been taken by Barbara Tratsaert. This picture was first published as Figure 12 in Archiopedia's entry Gold mining in the Eastern Desert of Egypt (Roman period). 1
13:39, 6 October 2020 Corinthean Pinakes Neuburger 1930.3-fig1-2.jpg (file) 113 KB Publisher (Archiopedia) Corinthean Pinakes (A. Neuburger, Die Technik des Altertums, R. Voigtländer, Leipzig, 1919, p. 6, figs. 1-2). 1
13:38, 6 October 2020 Archimedean Screw.JPG (file) 24 KB Publisher (Archiopedia) Archimedean Screw (Chambers’s Encyclopædia, vol. 1, 1874, p. 374). 1
13:37, 6 October 2020 Sokari, subsurface gallery.jpg (file) 214 KB Publisher (Archiopedia) Sokari, subsurface gallery. This picture has been taken by Barbara Tratsaert. 1
23:37, 5 October 2020 Wadi Bakariya, pounders.jpg (file) 256 KB Publisher (Archiopedia) Wadi Bakariya, pounders found near open-cast trenches at the mine. This picture has been taken by Barbara Tratsaert. 1
23:34, 5 October 2020 Wadi Bakariya, hand held hammers.jpg (file) 329 KB Publisher (Archiopedia) Wadi Bakariya, hand-held hammers found near open-cast trenches at the mine. This picture has been taken by Barbara Tratsaert. 1
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