Polish Archaeology in the Mediterranean — 9.1997(1998)

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Tadeusz
Dzierzykray-Rogalski
(1910-1998)

Elzbieta
Prominska
(1941-1998)


Eminent anthropologists, Tadeusz Dzierzykray-Rogalski and
his wife Elzbieta Prominska, passed away recently within a short
time of each other, he on January 21, she on February 6.
They had worked together for many years, both of them
affiliated with several scientific institutions: the Medical Academy
in Bialystok, the Polish Academy of Sciences and the Academy of
Physical Education in Warsaw. A pastime that had brought them
together was a passionate interest in Egypt and Sudan, which bore
fruit in their regular and frequent cooperation with various
archaeological expeditions, but foremost with Professor Kazimierz
Michaiowski and the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology
in Cairo. Together with teams from the Centre, they worked at
Faras, Alexandria, Deir el-Bahari, Old Dongola, Kadero and Cairo,

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