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In the land of punt

Gene Lambert

In the land of punt

by Gene Lambert

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Published by Clashganna Mills Press in Dublin, Ireland .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Title on spine: The land of punt.

Other titlesLand of punt.
StatementGene Lambert, Paul Durcan.
ContributionsDurcan, Paul, 1944-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCS 89/17002 (P)
The Physical Object
Pagination[14] leaves :
Number of Pages14
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2274127M
ISBN 100951328107
LC Control Number89163501
OCLC/WorldCa20264978

By naming their state “Puntland,” the leaders of autonomous northeastern Somalia evoke a storied history. The Land of Punt was a key trading partner of ancient Egypt from roughly 2, BCE to BCE. Punt provided rare goods for the Egyptian elite, including aromatic gums (especially myrrh and frankincense), gold, ivory, and wild animals. At times Punt is referred to as Ta netjer, the "land of the god". The exact location of Punt remains a mystery. Most scholars today believe Punt was located to the south-east of Egypt, most likely on the coast of the Horn of Africa in what is today northern Somalia.

Land of Punt is a name for a geographic place, mentioned in Ancient Egyptian times it is also called Pwenet or Pwene. Ancient Egypt traded with this place since at least BC. It was known for producing and exporting gold, aromatic resins, blackwood, ebony, ivory, and wild region is known from ancient Egyptian records of trade expeditions to it. Amazon, Amazon Kindle, Google Books (sample) Atlantis: Kota yang Hilang Ada di Laut Jawa () Tokopedia Sundaland: Tracing the Cradle of Civilizations () Amazon, Google Books (free), Google Play (free), Gutenberg (free) Land of Punt: In Search of the Divine Land of the Egyptians ().

  Somalia is The Land of Punt:Land of Myrrh and Frankincense. Ancestral HomeLand of The Pharaohs. History: «Again the representations of .   Land of Punt: In Search of the Divine Land of the Egyptians. This book presents the latest research about the Land of Punt – the Divine Land or the Land of Gods or the Land of Origin of the ancient Egyptians. After gathering abundance of converging evidence, the author argues that the Land of Punt is located in Sumatera, Indonesia.


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The Land of Punt was mentioned in the ancient Egyptian texts and one can recall the expedition sent to that land by Pharaoh Hatshepsut.

In this short work the author places Punt in modern day Somalia. Ahmed Ibrahim Awale, who is himself a Somali, presents evidence that the links between Ancient Egypt and Punt were much closer than just one of trade/5(2).

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The Land of Punt was an ancient trading partner of Egypt. It was known for producing and exporting gold, incense, aromatic resins, ebony, ivory, tortoise shells and wild animals.

The region is known from ancient Egyptian records of trade expeditions to it. The ancient Egyptians called the Land of Punt the Divine Land or the Land of Gods. The Land of Punt was an ancient trading partner of Egypt.

It was known for producing and exporting gold, incense, aromatic resins, ebony, ivory, tortoise shells and wild animals. The region is known from ancient Egyptian records of trade expeditions to it.

The ancient Egyptians called the Land of Punt the Divine Land or the Land of Gods. When interpreted as “holy land” or “land of the. The Land of Punt was mentioned in the ancient Egyptian texts and one can recall the expedition sent to that land by Pharaoh Hatshepsut.

In this short work, the author places Punt in modern day Somalia/5. Egyptians called the Land of Punt the “Land of the God”. Punt is believed to have been located in the region where the Red Sea flows into the coastal region around the gulf of Aden (then flowing into the Arabian Sea) possibly including modern Djibouti, Eritrea, northeast Ethiopia, Somalia, and Sudan.

The Land of Punt ("Poont") is described in ancient Egyptian texts as "the land of the gods" and a region rich in resources. In the decades after Jean-Francois Champollion first deciphered Egyptian hieroglyphics in CE, and western scholars began reading Egyptian texts, questions arose as to where Punt was located and what it is called in the modern world.

The Land of Punt was an ancient trading partner of Egypt. It was known for producing and exporting gold, incense, aromatic resins, ebony, ivory, tortoise shells and wild animals. The region is known from ancient Egyptian records of trade expeditions to it.

The ancient Egyptians called the Land of Punt the Divine Land or the Land of : Dhani Irwanto. In the Land of Punt Hardcover – 1 Mar. by Paul Durcan (Author), Gene Lambert (Author)Author: Paul Durcan, Gene Lambert.

In the Land of Punt. Illustrated by Lambert. Limited Edition of Numbered & Signed Durcan and Lambert. Dublin: Clashganna Mills Press, Green cloth, title stamped in gilt to spine and centre of upper cover, in glassine d.j.

Short biography of artist & poet to rear. Spine title: The land of punt. Reproductions of 7 acrylic paintings by Lambert, with accompanying poems by Durcan. Description: 18 unnumbered leaves: color illustrations ; 22 cm: Contents: First love --Snakes and ladders --A pair of legs --Rose-in-the-box --The leucotomy ward --Crucifixion --The bonsai man.

Other Titles: Land of punt: Responsibility. The web's source of information for Ancient History: definitions, articles, timelines, maps, books, and illustrations.

To the ancients, Punt was a place of legend and fable, illustrated by Herodotus’ account (in Book II of his History, 5th century bc) of the exploits of an Egyptian pharaoh, one Sesostris, who took a fleet of ships and made conquests along the shores of the Erythraean Sea (the Red Sea and adjacent waters) and then traversed “the whole continent of Asia.”.

The name Put (or Phut) refers to the homeland of the Amazigh, it is also used in the Bible for the people or nation said to be descended from him, placed in Ancient Libya, but a few scholars proposed the Land of Punt known from Ancient Egyptian annals.

The Mystery of the Land of Punt Unravelled is a fascinating book written by Ahmed Ibrahim Awale. He is a Somali scholar who led archaeological excavations in in Gol Waraabe, a valley in the northern Somali territories, where he and his team unearthed the first actual artifacts belonging to the ancient Land of Punt.

The Egyptians left us mountains of evidence for Punt, none more so than Hatshepsut, whose 3,year-old temple at Deir el-Bahri near Thebes contains a veritable book in stone describing Punt.

Hatshepsut and other pharaohs sent huge expeditions to Punt—flotillas of robust, seagoing ships with thousands of. The Land of Punt: A Vi My Searches (0) Cart (0) brill American Studies Ancient Near East and Egypt Art History Asian Studies Book History and Cartography Biblical Studies Classical Studies Education History Jewish Studies Literature and Cultural Studies Languages and Linguistics Author: Kathryn A.

Bard, Rodolfo Fattovich. The Egyptians left us mountains of evidence for Punt, none more so than Hatshepsut, whose 3,year-old temple at Deir el-Bahri near Thebes contains a veritable book in stone describing Punt.

The Land of Punt was an ancient trading partner of Egypt. It was known for producing and exporting gold, incense, aromatic resins, ebony, ivory, tortoise shells and wild animals.

The region is known from ancient Egyptian records of trade expeditions to it. The ancient Egyptians called the Land of Punt the Divine Land or the Land of : Dhani Irwanto. Ancient Egyptian writing suggests the Land of Punt was a rich location that prospered between BC and BC.

It was the place to acquire gold, aromatic resins, African blackwood, ebony, ivory, wild animals, and slaves.

Punt Land was also the legendary home of Hathor, the divine mother of Queen Hatshepsut. Around BC, Queen Hatshepsut funded a mysterious overseas expedition to the Land of Punt, which is depicted in a relief at Deir el-Bahri (in modern day Luxor).

It shows five ships, each measuring about 70 feet long, carrying men and loaded with gold, trees and exotic animals, like leopards, apes and giraffes – all species found on the.