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eBook Egyptology in Australia and New Zealand 2009: Proceedings of the Conference held in Melbourne, September 4th-6th (BAR International Series) ePub

by Christian M. Knoblauch,James C. Gill

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  • Author: Christian M. Knoblauch,James C. Gill
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: British Archaeological Reports (April 15, 2012)
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16 papers from the 'Egyptology in Australia and New Zealand' Conference held in Melbourne, September 4th-6th 2009.

16 papers from the 'Egyptology in Australia and New Zealand' Conference held in Melbourne, September 4th-6th 2009. Egyptology in Australia and New Zealand 2009: Proceedings of the Conference Held in Melbourne, September 4th-6th.

Christian Knoblauch, Swansea University, Classics, Ancient History and Egyptology . Publisher: Archaeopress (BAR International Series). More Info: from Knoblauch, C & Gill, J. (eds) Egyptology in Australia and New Zealand 2009 (2012)

Christian Knoblauch, Swansea University, Classics, Ancient History and Egyptology Department, Faculty Member. Studies Predynastic and Early Dynastic Egypt, Old Kingdom Provincial Cemeteries, and Nubian Ceramics. Co Director Uronarti Regional. Publication Date: 2012. (eds) Egyptology in Australia and New Zealand 2009 (2012).

In C. M. Knoblauch & J. C. Gill (Ed., Egyptology in Australia and New Zealand 2009 BAR International Series 2355 (pp. 133–144). Oxford: Archaeopress. Shalomi-Hen, R. (2008). The bearded woman and the queen: the formation and transformation of female divine classifiers. In C. Graves-Brown (E., Sex and gender in ancient Egypt. Don your wig for a joyful hour’ (pp. 179–190).

proceedings of the Conference held in Melbourne, September 4th-6th. The ruler of Kush (Kerma) at Buhen during the Second Intermediate Period: a reinterpretation of Buhen Stela 691 and related objects, C. Knoblauch. Published 2012 by Archaeopress in Oxford. Egyptology, Congresses. On interpreting the meaning of amulets and other objects using the frog motif as an example, J. Kremler. Administrative control of Egypt's western oases during the New Kingdom: a tale of two cities, R. Long. It really is Aha: re-examining an early Dynastic ink inscription from Tarkhan, L. Mawdsley. Ptolemaic 'Black Ware' from Mut el-Kharab, J. Gill. The decorative program of the Amarna rock tombs: unique scenes of the Egyptian military and police, E. Healey. The use of myth in the Pyramid Texts, J. Hellum. The application of cladistics to early dynastic Egyptian ceramics: applying a new method, A. Hood & J. Valentine.

BOOK DESCRIPTION16 papers from the Egyptology in Australia and New Zealand Conference . International Archaeological Reports since 1974. Proceedings of the conference held in Melbourne, September 4th-6th.

BOOK DESCRIPTION16 papers from the Egyptology in Australia and New Zealand Conference held in Melbourne September 4th-6th 2009. Publication Year: 2012.

Egyptology in Australia and New Zealand 2009: proceedings of the Conference held in Melbourne, September 4th-6th. e. Christian M. Knoblauch; James C. Oxford : Archaeopress, 2012. p. 125-131 (BAR international series; Vol. 2355)

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Gill, J. 2012, Egyptology in Australia and New Zealand 2009. Knoblauch, C. & Gill, J. (ed. Ptolemaic Period Pottery from Mut al-Kharab, Dakhleh Oasis. Gill, J. 2012, The Oasis Papers 6: Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference of the Dakhleh Oasis Project. Bagnall, R. Davoli, P. & Hope, C. A. Oxford UK: Oxbow Books, p. 231-241 11 p. (Dakhleh Oasis Project; no. 15).

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16 papers from the 'Egyptology in Australia and New Zealand' Conference held in Melbourne, September 4th-6th 2009. Contents: A History of Egyptology at Monash University, Melbourne (C. Hope); 1) Trade and Power: The Role of Naqada as a Trading Centre in Predynastic Egypt (J. Cox); 2) Antecedents to the Ptolemaic Mammisis (V. Crown); 3) Ptolemaic 'Black Ware' from Mut el-Kharab (J. Gill); 4) The Decorative Program of the Amarna Rock Tombs: Unique Scenes of the Egyptian Military and Police (E. Healey); 5) The Use of Myth in the Pyramid Texts (J. Hellum); 6) The Application of Cladistics to Early Dynastic Egyptian Ceramics: Applying a New Method (A. Hood & J. Valentine); 7) Searching for an Oasis Identity: Dakhleh Oasis in the Third Intermediate Period (C. Hubschmann); 8) Ambiguous Images: The Problems and Possibilities of Analysing Rock-art Images in the Egyptian Western Desert (D. James); 9) The Ruler of Kush (Kerma) at Buhen during the Second Intermediate Period: A Reinterpretation of Buhen Stela 691 and Related Objects (C. Knoblauch); 10) On Interpreting the Meaning of Amulets and Other Objects using the Frog Motif as an Example (J. Kremler); 11) Administrative Control of Egypt's Western Oases during the New Kingdom: A Tale of Two Cities (R. Long); 12) It Really is Aha: Re-examining an Early Dynastic Ink Inscription from Tarkhan (L. Mawdeley); 13) Invisible History: The First Intermediate Period in United Kingdom (UK) Museum Exhibitions (M. Pitkin); 14) The Inscriptions of Hatshepsut at the Temple of Semnah: An Art-historical and Epigraphic Re-appraisal (A. Shackell-Smith); 15) Characterisation and Legitimisation in the Doomed Prince (D. Stewart); 16) The Typology of 26th Dynasty Funerary Figurines (S. Volk).

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