Lubica Hudáková, Peter Jánosi and Andrea Kahlbacher (eds.), “Change and Innovation in Middle Kingdom Art”

Lubica Hudáková, Peter Jánosi and Andrea Kahlbacher (eds.),Change and Innovation in Middle Kingdom ArtProceedings of the MeKeTRE Study Day held at the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna (3rd May 2013), London 206

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  • Développement stylistique et « ateliers ». La sculpture du Moyen Empire tardif
    Simon Connor
  • Let the Old Kingdom end and the Middle Kingdom begin!
    Biri Fay
  • Some aspects of the decorative and cult programme of Twelfth Dynasty tombs at Qaw el-Kebir
    Elisa Fiore Marochetti
  • Dying and mourning between the Old and Middle Kingdoms – some peculiar scenes from Thebes, el-Moalla, and Gebelein
    Lubica Hudáková
  • The Menu Please! Individualism vs. standardisation in funerary repast scenes from the Early Dynastic Period to the Middle Kingdom
    Andrea Kahlbacher
  • Did the « reunification style » affect the production of Middle Kingdom royal statuary?
    David Lorand
  • Playing with Traditions. The decoration of Djehutyhotep II’s tomb at Deir el-Bersha reconsidered
    Gabriele Pieke
  • Dogs, dwarfs, and carrying chairs
    Vera Vasiljević

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