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Deac Dan Augustin
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Perioada: 2005-2008
Institutia de invatamant: Universitatea Babes-Bolyai Cluj-Napoca
Specializarea: Arheologie
Titlul obtinut la absolvire: Licentiat in Istorie si Arheologie
Perioada: 2008-2010
Institutia de invatamant: Universitatea Babes-Bolyai Cluj-Napoca
Specializarea: Arheologie si Studii Clasice
Titlul obtinut la absolvire: Magister Artis
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Articole prezentate
Perioada desfasurarii: 2010
Denumire conferinta: Simpozion Naţional de Comunicări Ştiinţifice "GHERLA ISTORIE ŞI CULTURĂ"
Institutia organizatoare: Muzeul Judetean Gherla
Titlu articol prezentat: Un monument din categoria aegyptiaca de la Potaissa
Coautor(i):
Cuvinte cheie: Potaissa Culte egiptene, influente, arhitectura
Abstract:
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Perioada desfasurarii: 2011
Denumire conferinta: Current Research in Roman Dacia: Archaeology on the Fringes of the Roman Empire
Institutia organizatoare: John Cabot University
Titlu articol prezentat: An Egyptianizing Monument from Dacia Porolissensis
Coautor(i):
Cuvinte cheie: Obelisk, Roman Empire, Potaissa
Abstract:
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Perioada desfasurarii: 2012
Denumire conferinta: The VIIth Conference for Young Roman Archaeologists in Szombathely
Institutia organizatoare: Szombothely Museum, Szombothely
Titlu articol prezentat: The Cult of Isis and its Sources in Roman Dacia.
Coautor(i):
Cuvinte cheie: Obelisk, Roman Empire, Potaissa
Abstract:
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Perioada desfasurarii: 2013
Denumire conferinta: The XIIIth Colloquium on Roman Provincial Art BUCHAREST – ALBA IULIA - CONSTANŢA, May 28th - June 3rd, 2013
Institutia organizatoare: Vasile Pârvan Institute of Archaeology, Bucharest
Titlu articol prezentat: Aegyptiaca Monuments from the Roman Danube Area (Egyptian Imports or Imitations in Local Contexts) Poster
Coautor(i):
Cuvinte cheie: Aegyptiaca, Local Context, Dacia, Pannonia.
Abstract:
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Articole publicate
Revista/Volum: Acta Siculica
Anul publicarii: 2010
Indexare BDI: N
Titlu articol: Trei statuete de tip Ushabti din colectia Muzeului National Secuiesc din Sf. Gheorghe
Coautori:
Cuvinte cheie: Ushabti, Statuete, Hieroglife
Abstract: Besides the many Roman artefacts from Aquincum, the Szekely National Museum preserves 3 pieces of
Egyptian statuettes of Ushabti type, dating from the 27th Dynasty. donated to the Museum in 1916.
1. A mummy shaped statuette made of earthenware, covered in dark green glaze, preserved in good condition,
with an inscription referring to the god Osiris on its surface (inv. no.6433);
2. A mummy shaped statuette made of earthenware, covered in dark green glaze, preserved in good condition
(Inv. no.6434)
3. A mummy shaped statuette carved from limestone, once covered in dark green glaze, with a broken
leg. (Inv. no.6435)
Format electronic: Deac D., Trei statuete egiptene de tip ushabti din colectia Muzeului National Secuiesc (Acta Siculica X, 2010)
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Revista/Volum: Acta Musei Porolissensis XXXIII
Anul publicarii: 2011
Indexare BDI: B
Titlu articol: Monumente funerare cu reprezentarea lui Iupiter Ammon în Dacia Porolissensis
Coautori: Radu Zagreanu
Cuvinte cheie: Ammon, Dacia Porolissensis, Monumente Funerare
Abstract: This paper deals with three new funerary monuments, one known to the academic society and two other new, brought in the scientific circuit by the authors, in this paper. Following a short introduction into the spreading of the cult of Ammon in Egypt and Greece, the situation of Ammon goes slightly different in the Roman era, Ammon being seen by the Romans just as a decorative symbol on funerary monuments and all sorts of common objects such as furniture and bronz small pieces. The symbol of Ammon is used during this era so that it my give protection to the kind of things enlisted above.
The first monument is a rectangular funerary coping from Napoca (fig. 2 a-b) with the representation of the god Amon together with two lions from an funerary construction belonging to a funerary enclosure. The analogies from Drobeta (Dacia Inferior), from Aquileia (Northen Italy), from Noricum and Pannonia show that these copings belong to the votive altars. They are together with the altars parts of the same monuments. Any kind of dating is hard to establish, because of the precarious state of the monument and due to the lack of information regarding the conditions of the discovery of the monument.
The second monument comes from Chinteni (fig. 3 a-d). On the main side of the coping it can be observed the head of Jupiter Ammon, between two lions and a circular pedestal where very likely it was set a pine cone. The entire monument is worked from one piece of stone and it’s place was on top of a large stone block with inscription on it. The best analogy for the monument of Chinteni is the funerary coping from Napoca. Although the monuments are very deteriorated the have some common stylistic features. These kind of monuments with a central figure flanked by two lions on each side are common to the craftsmen of the workshop of Savaria (Pannonia Superior). They are dated in the second part of the II century A.D.
At Bădăcin (Sălaj County - fig. 4 a-c) we have identified a fragment of a Roman funerary monument with the reprezentation of Jupiter- Ammon flanked by two lions on each side. The monument is in a bad shape, being assambled together after being smashed. The best analogy for this monument is one of Apulum which was dated in the time of the Severian dynasty because some stylistic features.
All three monuments are copings of altars or funerary stelae (no. 3) put in a funerary area. The pieces come from large funerary monuments, expensive which we believe only the upper class of the Roman provincial society could afford. Another interesting thing is the fact that the monuments from Chinteni and Napoca looks like they come from the same workshop and from the same period. Unfortunately, the bad state of the monuments prevent us for a more precise stylistic analysis.
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Revista/Volum: Marmatia X/1
Anul publicarii: 2012
Indexare BDI: N
Titlu articol: Un monument egiptizant din Dacia Porolissensis
Coautori:
Cuvinte cheie: Obelisc, Potaissa, Isiacologie
Abstract: This paper tries to put in discussion and to rehabilitate a monument considered
until now to be a forgery. It was found in 1979 by N. Vlassa in the village called Miheşu
de Câmpie, on the former domain of countess Kendeffy and it was used by a local villager
as a support for its barn. Based on this and a formal analysis by the Egyptologist M. Ciho,
from 1988 onwards this monument was considered to be a fake.
The most important argument that states the fact that this particular monument is
not a modern forgery comes from the petrographical analysis conducted under the
supervision of professor Corina Ionescu, Head of the Geology and Mineralogy
Department of the Babeş- Bolyai University. This study concluded the fact that on the
surface of the monument small holes are observed which form themselves only when this
type of building material (in this case limestone), was buried in the ground for several
hundreds of years. Most importantly, these inclusions are seen also on the surface of the
incised characters on the monument, proving that the egyptianizing decoration on the
surface of the monument was made also in the ancient times.
The next step was to find out what was its purpose and functionality. I consider
very obvious the fact that this monument comes from the ancient city of Potaissa, in Dacia
Porolissensis. That is because the material used, limestone, is from Cheia Baciului, northwest
of the ancient city of Napoca and approximately 30 km. away from Potaissa, and
secondly because all other monuments found in Miheşu de Câmpie were coming from
Potaissa (the modern village of Miheşu de Câmpie was probably in the teritorium of the
city).
We know the fact that in Potaissa existed a powerful community of Egyptian gods
worshipers. They were even organized into a collegium for Isis. It is logical to suppose that
they had a sanctuary or a temple in which they manifested their epiphany towards these
cults. But what is most important is the fact that judging by the fact that in Rome and
Beneventum there are obelisks in the temples of Isis, we can argue that we might have the
same situation in the case of Potaissa, too. The only difference is that this specific
monument has an Egyptianizing decoration and not always real hieroglyphs and unlike
the obelisks from Rome (Iseum Campense) and Beneventum (two smaller obelisks which
stood in front of the entrance in the temple of Isis) this was probably attached on a wall
or, it was used as a relicviarium in the religious manifestations.
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Revista/Volum: Ephemeris Napocensis XXI
Anul publicarii: 2011
Indexare BDI: B
Titlu articol: A Pharaoh Depiction in Roman Dacia
Coautori:
Cuvinte cheie: Pharaoh, Potaissa, Bronze Statuette
Abstract: Th is paper studies a particular bronze statuette found by accident in the Roman settlement
of Potaissa, in Dacia Porolissensis, on the hill called by Téglás István Szindivölgy (Sând Valley peak in
Romanian), in a Roman “tower made out of tiles”. Considered until now to be a depiction of an “knelt
Egyptian”, with the aid of analogies from Egypt itself, I suggest that this artifact is a depiction of an
Egyptian Pharaoh. Unfortunately, due to the relative standardization of this kind of depictions in Egyptian
art and to other problems regarding the identifi cations of pharaohs on this kind of artifacts, we are not able
to say for sure which one of the Pharaohs of Egypt it depicts. Th is statuette is particularly important because
fi rstly, it is a representation of an Egyptian Pharaoh outside Egypt, and secondly it shows once again that
the Egyptian infl uences in Potaissa were very strong here too.
Format electronic: Deac D., A Pharaoh Depiction in Roman Dacia (Ephemeris Napocensis XXI, 2011)
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Revista/Volum: Ephemeris Napocensis XXII
Anul publicarii: 2012
Indexare BDI: B
Titlu articol: Note on Apis Bull Representations in Roman Dacia
Coautori:
Cuvinte cheie: Apis Bull, Bronze statuettes, Roman Dacia
Abstract: This paper focuses on the study of the bull representations in Roman Dacia, more precisely the artifacts made out of bronze and limestone found in the Roman settlements of Porolissum, Bologa, Napoca, Potaissa and Orșova (ancient Dierna). Until now all of them were considered to be iconographical depictions of the Egyptian Apis bull, the sunnaos theos found very often linked with the cults of Isis and Sarapis. The task of this initiative was to clarify once and for all which of them were indeed iconographic representations of the Apis bull and which of them were not. More than that the purpose was to dig even further into the matter and find out in which iconographic category fitted the ones who were initially ruled out as not being depictions of the Apis bull, finally arguing that the bull representations from Porolissum and Napoca are depictions of the Dolichean bull.
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Revista/Volum: Analele Banatului
Anul publicarii: 2012
Indexare BDI: B
Titlu articol: A Reconsideration of the so called Isis statuette from Porolissum
Coautori:
Cuvinte cheie: Porolissum, Isis, bronze statuette, Egyptian Sem priest.
Abstract:
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Revista/Volum: Sargetia S. N. 3
Anul publicarii: 2012
Indexare BDI: N
Titlu articol: Romanized Egyptian Gods in Porolissum
Coautori:
Cuvinte cheie: Porolissum, Isis, bronze statuette, Egyptian Sem priest.
Abstract: The number of the findings from Porolissum which betray an Egyptian influence in the area are very scarce, to be more precise three bronze statuettes, a cameo and a possible ``lucerna``. Because of the fact that they were discovered in an archaeological context (which is very rare with the aegyptiaca artifacts in Dacia Porolissensis) and because of the recent reinterpretations of some depictions which were linked with the Nilotic civilization this paper aims to create a new image of how these Egyptian-origin elements reached Porolissum, this Roman settlement on the fringes of the Empire.
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Revista/Volum: De Antiquitate V
Anul publicarii: 2012
Indexare BDI: N
Titlu articol: NUMELE TEOFORICE ALE TRIADEI EGIPTENE (ISIS, SERAPIS, HARPOCRATE) ÎN DACIA ROMANĂ
Coautori:
Cuvinte cheie: Dacia Porolissensis, Isis, Serapis, Harpocrate, Napoca, Apulum.
Abstract:
Format electronic: Deac D., Numele teoforice ale triadei egiptene (Isis, Serapis,Harpocrate) in Dacia romana (De antiquitatis 5, 2012)
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Revista/Volum: Acta Achaeologica Akademiae Scientiarum Hungariae
Anul publicarii: 2013
Indexare BDI: B
Titlu articol: DREI NEUE ÄGYPTISCHE USHABTI STATUETTEN VON AQUINCUM (PANNONIA INFERIOR)
Coautori:
Cuvinte cheie: Dacia Porolissensis, Isis, Serapis, Harpocrate, Napoca, Apulum.
Abstract: This paper aims to present three Egyptian statuettes of the shaubti (ushabti germ.) type found in the excavations of the Roman settlement of Aquincum (Pannonia Inferior). The first one is dated in the 26th Dynasty (also known as the Saite Dynasty, inv. no.6433) and is covered in dark green glaze in which rows of hieroglyphic scripts are inscribed recording usual sacred texts. The second two are rather not sufficiently well preserved but can be dated roughly in Graeco-Roman period (Inv. no.6434 and respectively Inv. no.6435).
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Revista/Volum: De Antiquitate VI
Anul publicarii: 2013
Indexare BDI: N
Titlu articol: Materialul epigrafic din castrul roman de la Tihau
Coautori:
Cuvinte cheie: Dacia Porolissensis, princeps, Tihau, castru.
Abstract:
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Revista/Volum: ReDIVA I
Anul publicarii: 2013
Indexare BDI: N
Titlu articol: Being an Isiac in Potaissa.Short Remarks on RICIS 616/0102 (= CIL III 882) in ReDIVA I, 2013
Coautori:
Cuvinte cheie: Dacia Porolissensis, Isis, Sarapis, Potaissa.
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