Roman and Late Antique Artefacts from Egypt: Understanding Society and Culture

Ellen Swift, Lloyd Bosworth, Frank Walker, 2021. https://doi.org/10.5284/1078326. How to cite using this DOI

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Ellen Swift, Lloyd Bosworth, Frank Walker (2021) Roman and Late Antique Artefacts from Egypt: Understanding Society and Culture [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1078326

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Replica of UC33269a–b, recreated as crotals, held by the end of the handle, the middle of the handle then hit on the other arm to produce a ringing sound, at close range, 0.5 m from the microphone.
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Replica of UC58536, bell on bracelet, sound that occurs naturally when moving while holding the object (simulating the object worn on the wrist), middle distance from the microphone (4 m).
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Replica of UC58538, bell on bracelet, sound that occurs naturally when moving while holding the object (simulating the object worn on the wrist), middle distance from the microphone (4 m).
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Replica of UC58540, bell on bracelet, sound that occurs naturally when moving while holding the object (simulating the object worn on the wrist), close range, 0.5 m from the microphone.
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Replica of UC8976, bell with Bes mask, held by the handle and shaken from side to side, middle distance from the microphone (4 m).
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Replica of UC30389, rumbler bell, held by the loop and shaken from side to side, middle distance from the microphone (4 m).
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Replica of UC35794, bell with U-shaped loop, held by the loop and shaken from side to side, middle distance from the microphone (4 m).
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Replica of UC33261, bell with rings attached, held by the ring furthest from the end, and shaken from side to side, at middle distance from the microphone (4 m).
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Replica of UC34972, bird rattle, held in the hand and shaken at middle distance from the microphone (4 m) using the following Ionic rhythm in 3/4 time: ♫ ♩ ♩
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Replica of UC65087, pointed rattle, rolled on the floor (a fabric surface) at close range (0.5 m from the microphone).
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Replica of UC71557, nut rattle, held in the hand and shaken at close range, 0.5 m from the microphone.
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Replica in PLA of UC33270, panpipes, tuned to D E F# G A B C, playing one of the tunes from Bellermann's Anonymous, Pöhlmann 1970, cat. no. 12, music score transcription © Egert Pöhlmann, 1970, by kind permission.
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Replica in bamboo of UC59260, double flute, a few notes played at close range, 0.5 m from the microphone.
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