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Middle Kingdom Studies

edited by Gianluca Miniaci

The World of Middle Kingdom Egypt (2000-1550 BC), Volume II

(Middle Kingdom Studies 2)

edited by Gianluca Miniaci, Wolfram Grajetzki

360 pages, 8 colour plates A4

ISBN 9781906137489

£75 - $150

Table of Content

Tombs in transition: MIDAN.05 and windows in the early Eighteenth Dynasty
Marilina Betrò

Precious finds from an early Middle Kingdom tomb in Thebes: reconstructing connections
between the dead and their goods
Anna Consonni

Umm-Mawagir in Kharga Oasis: an Industrial Landscapeof the Late Middle Kingdom/Second Intermediate Period
John Coleman Darnell, Colleen Manassa Darnell

The tomb of a Governor of Elkab of the Second Intermediate Period
Vivian Davies

An Isolated Middle Kingdom Tomb At Dayr Al-Barsha
Marleen De Meyer

The Transmission of Offices in the Middle Kingdom
Nathalie Favry

The stela of the Thirteenth Dynasty treasurer Senebsumai, Turin Cat. S. 1303
Wolfram Grajetzki, Gianluca Miniaci

Some Remarks on the Relations between Egypt and the Levant during the late Middle Kingdom
and Second Intermediate Period
Karin Kopetzky

Female Burials in the Funerary Complexes of the Twelfth Dynasty: an Architectonic Approach
Ingrid Melandri
Diachronic questions of form and function: falcon-head utensils in Middle Kingdom contexts
Stephen Quirke

The Egg as a Metaphor for Isis: A Coffin Text Imagery
Mohammed Gamal Rashed

‘Writing-Board Stelae’ with Sokar-Formula: A Preliminary Account
with a note on the Archaeological Context of Tomb C 37, Asasif, by Gianluca Miniaci
Gloria Rosati

Two Blocks of Sobekhotep from Hawara
Ashraf Senussi, Said Abd Alhafeez Abd Allah Kheder

An Unpublished Scarab of Queen Tjan (Thirteenth Dynasty) from the Louvre Museum (AF 6755)
Julien Siesse

Literary exploitation of a craftman’s device: the sandal-maker biting leather (Teaching of Chety, pSallier VIII, 12).
When philology, iconography and archaeology overlap
Pascal Vernus

Boundaries of Protection. Function and significance of the framing (lines) on Middle Kingdom apotropaia,
in particular magic wands
Fred Vink

On the Context and Conception of Two ‘Trademark’ Styles from Late Middle Kingdom Abydos
Paul Whelan


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