By Leslie Hunt
Written by means of a kite maker for the U.S. climate Bureau, this consultant beneficial properties distinctive directions for developing common two-stick kites, six-point stars, figural kites, balloon kites, tetrahedral kites, field kites, and lots of different forms. whole descriptions of equipment and fabrics include directions for making tails, reeling and stringing, and lots more and plenty extra. 70 illustrations.
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Louis, 2008. Building materials The various dumps of bricks, including the collapse of the vault of the western furnace of sector 1, as well as the study of the existing walls and pavements have shown that three main types of bricks were used in the building of the furnaces and that very frequently the glassworkers reused bricks derived from earlier furnaces. Clay sources are available in Wadi Natrun and are still exploited today, for example near Zakik. The mud bricks, when strongly heated, present a gradation of colours going from green to yellow to red; when the bricks show this gradation of colours, but are not found in a position which would allow this progressive transformation of the colour of the clay, the bricks are considered to be reused.
Vichy M. and Thirion-Merle, V. (2008) Les verres au natron et les verres aux cendres du Wadi Natrun (Égypte). Bulletin de l’Association Française pour l’Archéologie du Verre, 36–41. Redon, B. (2012) Recherches sur le combustible des bains d’Égypte gréco-romaine (approche archéobotanique). org/2357 consulted 20/12/2013. Saleh, S. , George, A. W. and Helmi, F. M. C. D. Studies in Conservation 17, 143–172. , Lauwers, V. and Salou, L. (2011) The evaporitic deposits of Lake Fazda (Wadi Natrun, Egypt) and their use in Roman glass production.
We chose to concentrate on the Wadi Natrun sites, which seemed to be the more promising, and conducted geophysical surveys. In Zakik, a site already known by scholars of the Expédition d’Égypte, and by the Egyptologist Gardner Wilkinson (Nenna et al. 2000, 100–102), the geophysical survey showed no structures, as the site had been reoccupied at the beginning of the 19th century by natron workers and the upper antique layers disturbed. However, surveys of Bir Hooker (Nenna et al. 2005) and Beni Salama (Fig.