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os·tra·ca

 (ŏs′trə-kə)
n.
Plural of ostracon.
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22**, 23**, and 25** are recognizable ostraca with several ink-written lines of Aramaic.
Their topics include the platypus paradox: an archaeological approach to ancient Egyptian writing practices, the body of the king and of the goddess: materiality in and through manuals for Pharaoh from Tebtunis, material matters: documentary papyri and ostraca in late Ramessside Thebes, evolving epigraphic standards in the field: documenting Late Period and Graeco-Roman Egyptian graffiti through photogrammetry at Elkab, and revealing the material world of ancient writing: digital techniques and theoretical considerations.
Ademas de los papiros se han hallado tambien ostraca. Para el conocimiento de la colonia judia de la epoca aquemenida, la fuente fundamental esta constituida por los papiros escritos en arameo (9).
Inscricoes sobre terracota (ostraca) e sobre papiros sao raras.
"A number of artefacts were found inside the tombs, which consist of a large remains of a funerary mask bearing a human face and painted in yellow; a set of pottery vessels of different shapes and sizes, and tow ostraca, one of which contains hieroglyphs while the second bears text written in Hieratic," said Gamal Al-Semestawi, the general director of Antiquities of Middle Egypt.
Assim, o artista cria um elemento visual emblematico desse possivel destino paisagistico distopico da urbe: sua encarnacao civilizatoria, uma imagem de uma construcao incrustada em um pedaco de muro, uma especie de ostraca de argamassa e cimento (Figura 5), na qual se ve representada o que possivelmente deveria ser a parede de onde foi retirada esse pequeno pedaco de material.
The finds included more than 400 ostraca with etched words in Latin, Basque and Greek, Egyptian hieroglyphs, and drawings of various subjects, including Christian ones, dating from the 2nd to 5th centuries ad, according to the excavators' report (2).
From ancient Egyptian times about 40 papyri, papyri fragments, and ostraca survive, dating from around 1900 BC to 300 BC giving us nearly 2000 prescriptions with ingredients to treat ancient Egyptian illnesses (Pommerening 2012).
OSTRACA ET SAXA LOQVVNTVR: THE USE OF GRAFFITI AND EPIGRAPHICAL TEXTS IN ELEMENTARY GREEK
Objective: "The project aims at providing electronic editions of ancient medical sources including texts, translations, commentary, metadata, and images of papyri, ostraca, and tablets.
Os vestigios sao normalmente divididos em textuais e nao textuais, sendo os ultimos de dominio da arqueologia (ruinas de construcoes, fortes, pontes, canais etc.) e os primeiros de todas as areas (incluindo algumas especialidades da arqueologia) ligadas diretamente ao trabalho com inscricoes, pergaminhos, papiros e ostraca escritos em varios idiomas.
The Ostraca Series (2008-2009) comprises a number of busts in the classical vein.