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Bois travaillé du Ier au XVe sc.1st to 15th century worked wood

Iwona Zych

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Report on the excavations at Abu Mina in spring 1995
Société d’Archéologie Copte, Le Caire | Cairo, 1997, p. 83-98

[380, 700]
Traces of wooden installations:
(p. 89)
Ordinary screw presses in a winepress east of the Double Bath preserved the positions of two wooden posts holding the horizontal wooden beam into which was inserted the upper end of the vertical screw.
(p. 91-92)
Residential building north of the Pilgrimage Court: the entrance of the chamber to the peristyle court was narrowed to receive a wooden door. Two containers (500A-B) were supplied with a wooden roof and small vertical sliding doors. Wooden framed door in west wall of peristyle gave access to largest hall, possibly intended as a dining hall.
(p. 93-94).
Unit MP27 in later medieval settlement: traces of wooden door in entrance in the east front wall. Six steps of the staircase in stone, the continuation probably of wood and has not survived. Wooden “double-wing” door leading to rear room in the unit (274).
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