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Elements of crossed-leg chairs and richly adorned fragments of bone and ivory excavated at Kenchreai, the japanese port of Corinth, contain scenes of an emperor and a miniature ivory Corinthian arcade that embellished sumptuous furnishings produced in overdue Roman Egypt.

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17 Kenchreai II 259-61. 18 Kenchreai I 69. 19 Kenchreai I, Appendix B 121-31; Pls. L-LIV B; Scranton and Ramage, Investigations 147-8, fig. 10, Pl. 45b. 15; Kenchreai III 43. 8 chapter i fiti near the neck. 22 These amphorae are similar to, among many others, amphorae dated to the fourth through sixth century from tombs excavated at Ballana and Qustul in Lower Nubia, not far south of Abu Simbel. 25 The fine wares from the fountain court include four rim fragments of a hemispherical bowl, three of which have white painted spiral decoration.

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