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John Curtis
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British Museum Occasional Papers John Curtis is Keeper of the Department of the Ancient Near East at The British Museum.

British Museum Occasional Papers This catalogue gathers together ancient Caucasian and related material in the British Museum, most of which is now in the Department of the Ancient Near East. The objects include items of jewe The Caucasus region, sandwiched between the Black Sea to the west and the Caspian Sea to the east, traditionally marks the boundary between Europe to the north and Asia to the south. John Curtis is Keeper of the Department of the Ancient Near East at The British Museum.

The British Museum Occasional Paper Number 121. Ancient Caucasian and Related Material in The British . Ancient Caucasian and Related Material in The British Museum. John Curtis and Miros aw Kruszy. II. 2. Objects from the Central Caucasus (Koban Culture) 2a. Introduction 2b.

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This catalogue gathers together ancient Caucasian and related material . Book Description British Museum Press.

This catalogue gathers together ancient Caucasian and related material in the British Museum, most of which is now in the Department of the Ancient Near East. The objects include items of jewellery, weapons, pottery, figurines and other miscellaneous artefacts, but it does not include Greek and Roman objects, coins, or material of early Christian date. John Curtis is Keeper of Special Middle East Projects at the British Museum and a Fellow of the British Academy.

Occasional paper (British Museum) ; no. 12. The Caucasus region, sandwiched between the Black Sea to the west and the Caspian Sea to the east, traditionally marks the boundary between Europe to the north and Asia to the south. 121. Online. This catalogue gathers together ancient Caucasian and related material in the British Museum, most of which is now in the Department of the Ancient Near East.

JOHN CURTIS & MIROSLAW KRUSZYÑSKI with ALISTAIR PIKE. Ancient Caucasian and related material in the British Museum (British Museum Occasional Paper 121). vi+128 pages, 49 figures, 3 tables, 20 plates. London: British Museum; 0-86159-121-6 (ISSN 0142-4815) paperback £20. . The Anglo-Saxon shield.

Ancient Caucasian and Related Material in The British Museum. Appendix on metallurgy by Alistair Pike. The British Museum: Occasional Paper no. 128pp. London (The British Museum), 2002. Forgotten Empire: The World of Ancient Persia.

British Museum Catalogues of Coins. The British Museum Catalogues of Coins was a series envisioned and initiated by Reginald Stuart Poole, Keeper of the Department of Coins and Medals, at the British Museum, between 1870 and 1893. The aim was to produce a scholarly series of catalogues of the collection, based on the British Museum's collection and other collections

The Caucasus region, sandwiched between the Black Sea to the west and the Caspian Sea to the east, traditionally marks the boundary between Europe to the north and Asia to the south. This catalogue gathers together ancient Caucasian and related material in the British Museum, most of which is now in the Department of the Ancient Near East. The objects include items of jewelry, weapons, pottery, figurines and other miscellaneous artifacts, but it does not include Greek and Roman objects, coins, or material of early Christian date. The catalogue has been divided into four parts, covering the Central Caucasus (and The Koban Culture), Transcaucasia, objects of general Caucasian type, and objects that may be loosely associated with the Scythians. An introduction offers a short overview of the geography and history of the region, from prehistory to the advent of the Christianity. John Curtis is Keeper of the Department of the Ancient Near East at The British Museum.