viernes, 17 de febrero de 2017

Rectangular section of limestone temple-relief representing Arsinoe II

Museum number
EA1056
Description
Full: Front
Rectangular section of limestone temple-relief representing Arsinoe II holding a papyrus-sceptre and facing Ptolemy II Philadelphos, who wears the double-crown, holds a was-sceptre and brandishes an unidentified object, traces of red-brown skin colour survive on the male figure.
© The Trustees of the British Museum
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Chest with Writing
The front of this box shows a king making an offering to the crocodile-god Sobek. Above the scene is an inscription in demotic. The box may have been used in temple rituals.
Date ca. 1st century BC (Greco-Roman Egypt)
Medium wood
Dimensions Height: 28.6 cm (11.3 in). Width: 29.9 cm (11.8 in). Depth: 35.6 cm (14 in). ; W at feet: 29.85 × 35.56 cm (11.8 × 14 in)
Walters Art Museum

jueves, 16 de febrero de 2017

Medallion with depiction of the goddess Isis


Medallion with depiction of the goddess Isis. In Alexandria Isis was the patroness of seafarers and from there her cult spread throughout the Mediterranean. Here she is represented as the divine mother with breast bared and has fertility and chthonic aspects. Country of Origin: Egypt. Culture: Ancient Egyptian. Date/Period: Ptolemaic period, 2nd-1st C BC. Place of Origin: Alexandria. Material Size: Silver with gold gild, D=7.4cm. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Sold at Christie's, London .

vessel

Painted vessel depicting a boat with masts, sails and crew. Country of Origin: Egypt. Culture: Ancient Egyptian. Date/Period: Neolithic, c.4000 BC. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Otago Museum, Dunedin, New Zealand . Location: 35.

The Goddess Meret Shemau


The Goddess Meret Shemau
mages of the goddess Meret Shemau (“Meret of the Southern Lands”) are recognizable from the curl at the end of her hairdo and her distinctive gesture of greeting or clapping. Depictions of divine rituals show Meret Shemau as a chantress. This scene, when complete, probably depicted her greeting the king as he ran a ceremonial race.
MEDIUM Limestone
DATES ca. 1514-1493 B.C.E.
DYNASTY XVIII Dynasty
PERIOD New Kingdom
DIMENSIONS 9 9/16 x 12 7/8 in. (24.3 x 32.7 cm)
Creamy white limestone fragment with bold relief representation of upper portion of a girl, facing right, with one arm stretched out (other arm not shown), inscription above (three hieroglyphs only). Condition: Fragmentary but sound. Formerly broken into at least five pieces and well mended; scratches.
https://www.brooklynmuseum.org/opencollection/objects/4259

Seated bronze figure of the goddess Maat

Seated bronze figure of the goddess Maat, wearing a tripartite wig, seated on an openwork throne of adoring winged uraei and Hathor masks. The feather adorning her head is missing. Maat personified truth and justice. Country of Origin: Egypt. Culture: Ancient Egyptian. Date/Period: Late Period, c. 6th C BC. Material Size: bronze, h = 18.3 cms. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/Sold at Christie's, 1998 . Location: 49.

miércoles, 15 de febrero de 2017

Sarcophagus originally intended for Hatshepsut, reinscribed for her father, Thutmose I.

Sarcophagus originally intended for Hatshepsut, reinscribed for her father, Thutmose I. Made of painted quartzite, from the Valley of the Kings, Thebes. 18th dynasty, reign of Hatshepsut, circa 1473-1458 B.C. Now residing in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

terracota vessel

Terracotta vessel in the form of a woman carrying a vase. Country of Origin: Egypt. Culture: Ancient Egyptian. Date/Period: 2nd Int. Period, c 1715-1550 BC. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/Courtesy Rupert Wace Ancient Art, London. Location: 37.

Lady Nay

Lady Nay. Wooden statuette dedicated by her brother Ptahmay. Country of Origin: Egypt Culture: Ancient Egyptian. Date/Period: New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty c. 1400 BC. Material Size: Gilded conifer wood H=31 cm. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Louvre Museum, Paris. Location 47

The festival hall is a beautiful hypostyle hall

The festival hall is a beautiful hypostyle hall with two rows of ten columns, which is called "tent poles" with their thirty-two square pillars decorated with scenes. The tent pole columns was figured from the wooden pole of the temporary tent structures at festival. Inside of the hall are two rows of tall columns bearing a flat roof that is higher than the roofs of the surrounding halls. Karnak Temple, Luxor, Egypt

Narmer Macehead

Cropped version of an image of the Narmer Macehead from the Ashmolean Museum. Lightly retouched and cropped from original image using PhotoShop.

Statuette of Tuy

Statuette of Tuy, Superior of the harem of the god Min. She holds a menat necklace, a tool of her office. The statuette is carved from African grenadilla, an imported tree. Country of Origin: Egypt. Culture: Ancient Egyptian. Date/Period: c. 1370 BC. Material Size: Wood H=33.2cm . Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Louvre, Paris

A detail of a vignette from the Book of the Dead of Lady Cheritwebeshet

A detail of a vignette from the Book of the Dead of Lady Cheritwebeshet showing a purification scene. Country of Origin: Egypt. Culture: Ancient Egyptian. Date/Period: 21st dynasty c.1069-945BC. Material Size: Painting on papyrus. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Egyptian Museum, Cairo . Location: 129.

Mummy masks

Mummy masks

http://www.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/…/…/files/fs_mummy_masks.pdf

Turquoise glass of a kneeling mourning goddess

Turquoise glass of a kneeling mourning goddess, possibly Isis or Nephthys. She is wearing a short wig, her right hand is raised to her head in a mourning gesture and her left hand is holding a shen, symbol of eternity. Country of Origin: Egypt. Culture: Ancient Egyptian Date/Period: New Kingdom, 18th or ealry 19th dynasty, c. 1300 BC. Material Size: Glass H=6cm W=4cm. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Christie's, London. Location: 36

Ajmenu, templo conmemorativo de Tutmosis III visto desde el denominado patio del Reino Medio

Ajmenu, templo conmemorativo de Tutmosis III visto desde el denominado patio del Reino Medio

Merneptah presents an offering to Ptah

Merneptah presents an offering to Ptah on a stone column (University of Pennsylvania Museum)

Reconstrucción del complejo funerario de Kefrén

Reconstrucción del complejo funerario de Kefrén. En el extremo inferior derecho, puede apreciarse el Templo del Valle.
Uvo Holscher - "Memphis à l'ombre des pyramides", 1930, jean capart.
Reconstituion du complexe funéraire de Khéphren

Female torso

Female torso of an unknown queen or goddess. Country of Origin: Egypt. Culture: Ancient Egyptian. Date/Period: Middle Kingdom. Place of Origin: Fayum. Material Size: Bronze. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/Collection of George Ortiz, Vandoeuvres. Location: 46.

Una inscripción en el muro norte

Una inscripción en el muro norte del corredor de entrada al templo que relata la apertura de un pozo de agua en el camino del desierto oriental que conduce a las minas de oro del Vadi Alaki. Museo de Ciencias Naturales de La Plata.


A reclining prostitute

A reclining prostitute with one leg of her client remaining. Country of Origin: Egypt. Culture: Ancient Egyptian. Date/Period: Ptolemaic Period c.305-51 BC. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/Private collection . Location: 37.

Fragmento de Estela de Dintel

Fragmento de Estela de Dintel. Por la simetría de las figuras que representa este fragmento, el dintel habría tenido originariamente 1,20 cm por 0,52 cm. En los dinteles con este tipo de escenas se consigna la fórmula de ofrendas destinadas al Ka o fuerza vital de las personas representadas. Probablemente haya formado parte de la puerta de las viviendas levantadas al oeste del templo AKSHA.
Museo de la Plata.

martes, 14 de febrero de 2017

Oil Lamp Representing Beset

Oil Lamp Representing Beset
A fragment of an oil lamp, made of clay, is in the form of Beset, the spouse of the god Bes, lying down and holding a tambourine in her hand.
Her hair is hanging on her shoulders and round her back in locks, and she has a feather-like crown on her head.
It is noticeable that oil lamps had started to progress; artists did not just stop at geometrical and floral decorations, but rather started to use a new style, and to design the figure of a god or goddess to give a more aesthetic appearance to the lamp.
Present location BIBLIOTHECA ALEXANDRINA ANTIQUETIES MUSEUM [01/027] ALEXANDRIA BAAM
Inventory number 10
Dating PTOLEMAIC PERIOD
Archaeological Site ALEXANDRIA
Category PART OF LAMP
Material POTTERY
Technique TECHNIQUE OF CERAMICS
http://www.globalegyptianmuseum.org/detail.aspx?id=14581
Bibliography•Hawass Z. and others, Bibliotheca
•Alexandrina, the Archaeology Museum,
•Cairo 2002.

jueves, 9 de febrero de 2017

Relief fragment with Agathos Daimon in front of an offering table

Relief fragment with Agathos Daimon in front of an offering table
The snake god Agathos Daimon is depicted coiling in side-view, filling the frame almost completely. He faces right; in front of him is an offering table with three offerings on it: in the centre a fir-cone or a bunch of grapes, on each side a round fruit or cake.
The frame is crowned with a cornice.
Present location ALLARD PIERSON MUSEUM [06/002] AMSTERDAM
Inventory number APM 7945
Dating ROMAN PERIOD
Archaeological Site UNKNOWN
Category RELIEF
Material LIMESTONE
Technique HIGH RELIEF
Height 18.1 cm
Width 26 cm
Depth 5.9 cm
http://www.globalegyptianmuseum.org/detail.aspx?id=12519
Bibliography•W.M. van Haarlem (ed.), CAA Allard Pierson Museum Amsterdam, Fasc. III, 1995, 93-94

Sculptors' model with the head of a Pharaoh

Sculptors' model with the head of a Pharaoh
On a small slab of limestone, the head of a king is depicted in high relief. Nose and mouth are broken off. A part of the right shoulder is visible. The rendering of the shoulder suggests that a king's bust is represented.
The king wears the blue khepresh-crown, of which the head of the uraeus on the front and a small part of the helmet itself are missing. On the side of the helmet are two more uraei, one wearing the white crown and one wearing the red crown. At the back of the crown, Re-Harakhty is represented with outspread wings and crowned with a sun disk. He stands on a shen-ring on which is also a sceptre, which continues behind his wing. Under the wing, the sceptre has the shape of a papyrus stem (uadj, Gardiner M13), above, it has the shape of a ma'at-feather. A stylized ribbon hangs down from the back of the crown.
The relief is finely carved; the smaller details a little irregular.
The piece is most likely a sculptor's model or a votive plaque.
Present location ALLARD PIERSON MUSEUM [06/002] AMSTERDAM
Inventory number APM 8791
Dating PTOLEMAIC PERIOD
Archaeological Site UNKNOWN
Category RELIEF
Material LIMESTONE
Technique HIGH RELIEF
Height 14.2 cm
Width 10.9 cm
Depth 3 cm
globalegyptianmuseum.org
Bibliography•onbekend (Rijksmuseum Amsterdam), Antieke voorwerpen uit Egypte en Voor-Azië (tentoonstellingscatalogus), 1931, 44 (nr. 241)
•J.M.A. Janssen, Egyptische oudheden, verzameld door W.A. van Leer, MVEOL 12 (1957), 14/pl. II (nr. 3)
•diversen (Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam), Uit de schatkamers der Oudheid (tentoonstellingscatalogus), 1938, 83 (nr. 260)
•W.M. van Haarlem (ed)., CAA Allard Pierson Museum Amsterdam, Fasc. III, 1995, 62-63

miércoles, 8 de febrero de 2017

Mourning Isis



Mourning Isis


The goddess is shown kneeling on a rectangular pedestal which has been decorated with a stylized palace facade. She is wearing a long dress, a smooth wig and upon her head is a throne, which is the symbol for her name. Her right hand is raised in front of her face in a gesture of mourning, and her left hand is placed on her thigh.

Present location

PELIZAEUS-MUSEUM [04/030] HILDESHEIM

Inventory number

1584

Dating

PTOLEMAIC PERIOD

Archaeological Site

UNKNOWN

Category

FIGURINE/STATUETTE

Material

WOOD; PLASTER; UNSPECIFIED

Technique

WOOD-TECHNIQUE; SCULPTURED; STUCCO; PAINTED

Height

40.5 cm

Width

10.4 cm

Bibliography

  • Roeder, G., Die Denkmäler des Pelizaeus-Museums zu Hildesheim, Hildesheim 1921, S. 108.
  • Kayser, H., Die ägyptischen Altertümer im Roemer-Pelizaeus-Museum in Hildesheim, Hildesheim 1973, S. 103, Farbtf. 11.
  • Eggebrecht, A. (Hrsg.), Nofret - Die Schöne : Die Frau im Alten Ägypten; "Wahrheit" und Wirklichkeit, Hildesheim - Mainz 1985, Kat.-Nr. 170.
  • Eggebrecht, A. (Hrsg.), Suche nach Unsterblichkeit : Totenkult und Jenseitsglaube im Alten Ägypten, Hildesheim - Mainz 1990, Kat.-Nr. T 30.
  • Eggebrecht, A. (Hrsg.), Pelizaeus-Museum Hildesheim : Die ägyptische Sammlung, Hildesheim - Mainz 1993, Abb. 96.
globalegyptianmuseum.org

Fragment of the head and shoulders of a female (?) shabti




Fragment of the head and shoulders of a female (?) shabti
Only the head and shoulders are preserved. The head wears a plain wig. The chest and shoulders are flat, while the back is rounded. The details of the face, eyes, eyebrows and mouth are very finely executed.
Present location ALLARD PIERSON MUSEUM [06/002] AMSTERDAM
Inventory number APM 173
Dating 26TH DYNASTY (not after); 25TH DYNASTY AND CONTEMPORARIES (not before)
Archaeological Site UNKNOWN
Category SHABTI
Material LIMESTONE
Technique HEWN
Height 7 cm
Width 6.6 cm
Depth 3.6 cm
http://www.globalegyptianmuseum.org/detail.aspx?id=12246
Bibliography•C.W. Lunsingh Scheurleer, Catalogus eener verzameling Egyptische, Grieksche, Romeinsche en andere oudheden, 1909, 57 (nr. 21)
•H.D. Schneider, Shabtis I, 1977, 159ff.
•W.M. van Haarlem, CAA Allard Pierson Museum Amsterdam, Fasc. II, vol. 2, 1990, 161-162

Statuette


Statuette
Painted wooden statuette of Ptah-Sokar-Osiris still showing traces of gold on the face. On the front and the back are vertical hieroglyphic inscriptions in a black frame. There is a peg underneath for insertion into the base. Two pegs to secure the crown are all that remain of the headdress.
Present location MUSEU NACIONAL DE ARQUEOLOGIA [46/003] LISBON
Inventory number E 143 (n. cat. 150)
Dating LATE PERIOD ?
Archaeological Site UNKNOWN
Category FIGURINE/STATUETTE
Material WOOD
Technique SCULPTURED
Height 55 cm
Width 10.5 cm
http://www.globalegyptianmuseum.org/detail.aspx?id=11666
Translation
An offering which the king gives to Osiris, Foremost of the Westerners, the great god, Lord of Abydos, so that he may give invocation offerings consisting of bread and beer ...
Bibliography•Antiguidades Egípcias I, Lisboa, 1993

Vessel in the shape of a fly

Vessel in the shape of a fly
The style of this vessel classifies it as belonging to the so-called Tell el-Jahudiya ware. Its unique shape conveys a realistic image of the insect with its large eyes and a pair of wings. The legs of the fly are rendered rather like hands. The cross-hatching on the rear body of the fly is perhaps merely decorative, but may have some unknown significance.
Present location PELIZAEUS-MUSEUM [04/030] HILDESHEIM
Inventory number 6350
Dating AMENHOTEP I/AMENOPHIS I/DJESERKARE (not after); 15TH DYNASTY (not before)
Archaeological Site UNKNOWN
Category FIGURE VASE
Material CLAY
Technique POLISHED; FORMED BY HAND; BURNED
Height 5.4 cm
Width 5 cm
http://www.globalegyptianmuseum.org/detail.aspx?id=11574
Bibliography•Eggebrecht, A. (Hrsg.), Pelizaeus-Museum Hildesheim : Die ägyptische Sammlung, Hildesheim - Mainz 1993, Abb. 40.
•Schmitz, B., Die Neuerwerbungen des Pelizaeus-Museums Hildesheim : Bericht für 1993/94 mit einem Überblick über die Entwicklung der Ägyptensammlung seit ihren Anfängen, in: Hildesheimer Jahrbuch für Stadt und Stift Hildesheim 67 (1995), Hildesheim 1996, S. 483-492 (S. 490-491, Abb. 2).
•Monreal Agustí, L. (Hrsg.), Egipto milenario : Vida cotidiana en la época de los faraones, Barcelona 1998, Kat.-Nr. 76.

Tomb statue of Nefer-hetepes




Tomb statue of Nefer-hetepes
Nefer-hetepes is represented standing against a back slab reaching up to her shoulders. Her legs are together, and her arms are pendant beside her body with empty, open hands. She is dressed in an ankle-length dress with shoulder straps, a broad collar and a long wig.
Present location PELIZAEUS-MUSEUM [04/030] HILDESHEIM
Inventory number 0418
Dating 6TH DYNASTY
Archaeological Site GIZA NECROPOLIS
Category STATUE
Material LIMESTONE; UNSPECIFIED
Technique SCULPTURED; PAINTED; ENGRAVED
Height 53.6 cm
Width 15 cm
Depth 24 cm
Translation
"[1] 'Miteret' (a woman's title) Nefer-hetepes:"
Bibliography•Roeder, G., Die Denkmäler des Pelizaeus-Museums zu Hildesheim, Hildesheim 1921, S. 50, Abb. 8.
•Kayser, H., Die ägyptischen Altertümer im Roemer-Pelizaeus-Museum in Hildesheim, Hildesheim 1973, S. 47, Farbtf. 2.
•Porter, B. & Moss, R.L.B., Topographical Bibliography of Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphic Texts, Reliefs, and Paintings, vol. III².1 : Memphis, Oxford 1974, S. 113.
•Martin-Pardey, E., Plastik des Alten Reiches : Teil 1 (Corpus Antiquitatum Aegyptiacarum: Pelizaeus-Museum Hildesheim, Lieferung 1), Mainz 1977, S. 83-90.
•Seipel, W., Bilder für die Ewigkeit : 3000 Jahre ägyptischer Kunst, Konstanz 1983, Kat.-Nr. 39.
•Eggebrecht, A. (Hrsg.), Das Alte Reich : Ägypten im Zeitalter der Pyramiden, Hildesheim - Mainz 1986, Kat.-Nr. 27.
•Symmetrie in Kunst, Natur und Wissenschaft : Band 2; Kunst, Darmstadt 1986, Kat.-Nr. 164.
•Steindorff, G. & Hölscher, U. (hrsg. von A. Grimm), Die Mastabas westlich der Cheopspyramide : nach den Ergebnissen der in den Jahren 1903-1907 im Auftrag der Universität Leipzig und des Hildesheimer Pelizaeus-Museums unternommenen Grabungen in Gîza (Münchener Ägyptologische Untersuchungen 2), Frankfurt 1991, S. 60 (Anm. 34).
http://www.globalegyptianmuseum.org/detail.aspx?id=10538

martes, 7 de febrero de 2017

Mummy mask of an official


Mummy mask of an official
The face of this man has been rendered in a very formal manner but is rich in detail. The structure of the hair of the eyebrows has been elaborately crafted, as have the moustache and the beard. He is wearing a precious diadem on his heavy wig, a collar consisting of several rows of beads and a necklace.
Present location PELIZAEUS-MUSEUM [04/030] HILDESHEIM
Inventory number 6226
Dating 11TH DYNASTY
Archaeological Site ASIUT ?
Category EXTENDED MASK
Material LINEN; PLASTER
Technique UNSPECIFIED; STUCCO; PAINTED ON STUCCO
Height 51.8 cm
Width 25 cm
Depth 25 cm
http://www.globalegyptianmuseum.org/detail.aspx?id=11074
Bibliography•Eggebrecht, A. (Hrsg.), Pelizaeus-Museum Hildesheim : Die ägyptische Sammlung, Hildesheim - Mainz 1993, Kat.-Nr. 35

Tomb statue of Nefer-hetepes



Tomb statue of Nefer-hetepes
Nefer-hetepes is represented standing against a back slab reaching up to her shoulders. Her legs are together, and her arms are pendant beside her body with empty, open hands. She is dressed in an ankle-length dress with shoulder straps, a broad collar and a long wig.
Present location PELIZAEUS-MUSEUM [04/030] HILDESHEIM
Inventory number 0418
Dating 6TH DYNASTY
Archaeological Site GIZA NECROPOLIS
Category STATUE
Material LIMESTONE; UNSPECIFIED
Technique SCULPTURED; PAINTED; ENGRAVED
Height 53.6 cm
Width 15 cm
Depth 24 cm
http://www.globalegyptianmuseum.org/detail.aspx?id=10538
Translation
"[1] 'Miteret' (a woman's title) Nefer-hetepes:"
Bibliography•Roeder, G., Die Denkmäler des Pelizaeus-Museums zu Hildesheim, Hildesheim 1921, S. 50, Abb. 8.
•Kayser, H., Die ägyptischen Altertümer im Roemer-Pelizaeus-Museum in Hildesheim, Hildesheim 1973, S. 47, Farbtf. 2.
•Porter, B. & Moss, R.L.B., Topographical Bibliography of Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphic Texts, Reliefs, and Paintings, vol. III².1 : Memphis, Oxford 1974, S. 113.
•Martin-Pardey, E., Plastik des Alten Reiches : Teil 1 (Corpus Antiquitatum Aegyptiacarum: Pelizaeus-Museum Hildesheim, Lieferung 1), Mainz 1977, S. 83-90.
•Seipel, W., Bilder für die Ewigkeit : 3000 Jahre ägyptischer Kunst, Konstanz 1983, Kat.-Nr. 39.
•Eggebrecht, A. (Hrsg.), Das Alte Reich : Ägypten im Zeitalter der Pyramiden, Hildesheim - Mainz 1986, Kat.-Nr. 27.
•Symmetrie in Kunst, Natur und Wissenschaft : Band 2; Kunst, Darmstadt 1986, Kat.-Nr. 164.
•Steindorff, G. & Hölscher, U. (hrsg. von A. Grimm), Die Mastabas westlich der Cheopspyramide : nach den Ergebnissen der in den Jahren 1903-1907 im Auftrag der Universität Leipzig und des Hildesheimer Pelizaeus-Museums unternommenen Grabungen in Gîza (Münchener Ägyptologische Untersuchungen 2), Frankfurt 1991, S. 60 (Anm. 34).

Terracotta statuette of two actors

Terracotta statuette of two actors
The two figures are set on a thin base and are shown standing and embracing. On the basis of their posture and facial expressions they have been identified as actors. The right figure is male and the left figure is female because of the indication of breasts. Both wear short-sleeved chitons girded around the hips, hanging down to above the knees. Another interpretation of this group statuette identifies the figures as a pair of beggars.
Present location PELIZAEUS-MUSEUM [04/030] HILDESHEIM
Inventory number 0464
Dating PTOLEMAIC PERIOD
Archaeological Site ALEXANDRIA ?
Category HUMAN FIGURINE
Material CLAY
Technique FORMED BY HAND; BURNED
Height 14.5 cm
Width 12.5 cm
Depth 6 cm
http://www.globalegyptianmuseum.org/detail.aspx?id=10566
Bibliography•Roeder, G., Die Denkmäler des Pelizaeus-Museums zu Hildesheim, Hildesheim 1921, S. 168, Abb. 70.
•Kayser, H., Die ägyptischen Altertümer im Roemer-Pelizaeus-Museum in Hildesheim, Hildesheim 1973, S.125, Abb. 109.
•Meisterwerke altägyptischer Keramik : 5000 Jahre Kunst und Kunsthandwerk aus Ton und Fayence, Montabaur 1978, Kat.-Nr. 414.
•Götter und Pharaonen, Hildesheim 1979, Kat.-Nr. 196.
•Cleopatra's Egypt : age of the Ptolemies, Brooklyn 1988, Kat.-Nr. 114.
•Kleopatra : Ägypten um die Zeitenwende, Mainz 1989, Kat.-Nr. 110.