She cites a hoard recovered from a house at Naukratis
But the gallery's showcases also contain a number of trinket-size pieces that possess a great deal of charm, including a pair of oil vessels: one representing the helmeted head of a warrior (possibly made in Rhodes), the other a fish (from the Greek colony of Naukratis
The 23 papers emerged from a workshop held at the Museum in December 2004 in conjunction with the Naukratis
Project based at the Gutenberg-Universiat Mainz.
A huge granite stele commissioned by Nectanebo I is identical to one found in 1899 in Naukratis
, the second tax-collecting point.
Most notable among the earliest Greeks in Egypt were the Ionian traders who set up an important emporion at Naukratis
in the western Nile delta around 625 BC (during the reign of Psammetichos I) to facilitate exchange with Egypt.
The fragments of so-called Chiot chalices with painted dedications, for example, found in large numbers at Naukratis
and in smaller but significant quantities in Aegina, Wachter believes were made either all in Naukratis
or else in both Naukratis
and Aegina, from imported Chiot clay.
2: Survey at Naukratis
and Environs part 1.
Athens 52 27 21 12 7 119 Vari 2 2 4 2 0 10 Aigina 8 5 8 2 9 40 Naukratis
9 11 3 4 3 30
The land trade is of very little consequence'); Amathus may not have been a truly 'eteocypriot' enclave, rather than one that eventually purported to have an indigenous population, in much the same way that 5th-century Athenians claimed to be 'autochthonous'; there is no discussion of the Babylonian destruction of Ashkelon; the discussion of the Dea Syria and Hierapolis needs a reference now to Millar (1993: 243-7); Keryneia probably had a Phoenician presence, since the kingdom of Lapethos close by to the east had Phoenician connections; on the date of the Greek settlement of Naukratis
, add Hekataios Fragment der Griechischen Historiker no.