9783659638435 Books Amazon.ca. I propose a sensory methodology for reinstating the Pilgrims used ampullae like this to carry water or oil from the pilgrimage site for Saint Menas a latethirdcentury Egyptian Roman soldier who was martyred for his Christian faith. Kjøp boken Late Antique Pilgrimage and Ampullae av Brazinski Paul a ISBN 9783659638435 hos .
of the Late Antique and early Byzantine period . PDF An ampullashaped pendant from the Crusader period was discovered during the . various pilgrim bottles. This new volume in the wellestablished Late Antique Archaeology series draws together recent research by archaeologists and historians to shed new light on the religious world of Late Antiquity. Abu Mena also spelled Abu Mina Egyptian Arabic ابو مينا pronounced was a town monastery complex and Christian pilgrimage center in Late Antique Egypt about 45 km 28 mi southwest of Alexandria. Late antique pilgrim flasks Egypt Palestine and Asia Minor Clay flasks were made at several locations around the Mediterranean coast in the late Roman period. The paper will be delivered at the late antique seminar at the University of Warsaw on Thursday 6 June 4.45 p.m. Part One covers the major theoretical issues in the study of Coptic pilgrimage such as sacred landscape and shrines catchment areas while Part Two examines native Egyptian and Egyptian Jewish pilgrimage practices. 11 For example Andersons 2004 and 2007 new approach to ampullae is situated within developments in ceramic production studies Snead et als 2009 work on roads. Clay ampullae used for the sacred oil gathered at some shrines also appear to date only to late antiquity.3 The circumstances of the early Middle Ages of course were not very propitious for pilgrimage. This was a quick post to point out some resources for studying a quite worthy late antique lady and using her to help reconstruct the world of late antique pilgrimage. Late Antique Pilgrimage and Ampullae LAP Press Saarbücken 2014 MPhil . The finds from. The monograph provides an ampullae classification and new chronologies to . Epitaphs from pilgrim shrines as a potential source for the study of womens pilgrimage in late antique Anatolia at the conference Women and Pilgrimage in the Ancient and PreModern World J organised by Marlena Whiting and Emilia Salerno as a part of the NWOfunded project Gendering Sacred Space Female Networks Patronage.