Borsista di ricerca

Wolfram Grajetzki

Wolfram Grajetzki ha studiato egittologia, preistoria e archeologia classica presso la Freie Universität Berlin, e poi ha conseguito il dottorato presso la Humboldt Universität zu Berlin. È stato impiegato presso il DASS (Datenbank für ägyptische Särge und Sarkophage – Database per bare egiziane e sarcofagi a Berlino) e membro di scavi in Egitto, a Saqqara (Missione congiunta Hannover-Berlino a Saqqara), e Pakistan, in Baluchistan (Missione archeologica congiunta tedesco-pakistana a Kalat). Inoltre, è stato il principale creatore di contenuti a tema archeologico ed egittologico per il progetto online, Digital Egypt for Universities presso il CASA (Center of Advanced Spatial Analysis, University College London). Dal 2015 è docente ospite (Senior Honorary Research Associate) presso lo University College Londra. I suoi principali campi di ricerca sono le pratiche funerarie e la storia sociale della Media età del bronzo in Egitto.

Pubblicazioni

Die höchsten Beamten der ägyptischen Zentralverwaltung zur Zeit des Mittleren Reiches, Achet Verlag, Berlin 2000 (publication of the PhD)
Two Treasurers of the late Middle Kingdom, BAR, Oxford 2001
Burial Customs in Ancient Egypt , Life in Death for Rich and Poor, Duckworth, London 2003
The Middle Kingdom of Ancient Egypt , Duckworth, London 2006
Life and Afterlife in Middle Kingdom Egypt, volume co-edited with Silke Grallert (Bonn), Golden House Publications, London 2007
Court Officials of the Middle Kingdom, Duckworth, London 2009
The Coffin of Zemathor and other Second Intermediate Period Coffin, Golden House Publications, London 2011
Greeks and Parthians in Mesopotamia and beyond, Bloomsbury , London 2011
Tomb Treasures of the Late Middle Kingdom, Pennsylvania University Press, Pennsylvania 2013
The People of the Cobra Province in Egypt: A Local History, 4500 to 1500 BC, Oxbow, Pennsylvania, Oxford 2020
– Der Schatzmeister Amenhotep und eine weitere Datierungshilfe für Denkmäler des Mittleren Reiches, BSEG 19 (1995), 5-11
– Ein Sargtyp des Neuen Reiches und sein möglicher Ursprung in der Amarnazeit, GM 150 (1996), 65-70
– Bemerkungen zu den Bürgermeistern (hatj-a) von Qaw el-Kebir im Mittleren Reich GM 156 (1997), 55-62
– Bemerkungen zu einigen Spruchtypen auf Särgen des späten Mittleren Reiches GM 166 (1998), 29 – 37
– Die Nekropole von el-Harageh in der 1. Zwischenzeit. SAK 29 (2001), 55 – 60
– Der Gebrauch von Rangtiteln in der Provinzialverwaltung der 1. Zwischenzeit und des frühen Mittleren Reiches, In: Begegnungen – Antike Kulturen im Niltal, Festgabe für Erika Endesfelder, Karl-Heinz Priese, Walter Friedrich Reineke, Steffen Wenig, Leipzig 2001, 161 – 170
– Das Grab des Kii-iri in Saqqara , Jaarbericht van het Vooraziatisch-Egyptisch Genootschaap Ex Oriente Lux 37 (2003), 111 – 125
– Two monuments of the High Steward Senaa-ib of the Middle Kingdom, RdE 54 (2003), 270 – 274
– The coffin of the “king’s daughter” Neferuptah and the sarcophagus of the “great king’s wife” Hatshepsut, GM 205 (2005), 55 – 65
– Zu einigen Titeln in literarischen Werken des Mittleren Reiches, CdE 80 (2005), 36 – 65
– L’administration centrale sous Amenemhat Ier et Sésostris Ier, Egypte Afrique et Orient 37 (2005), 9 – 14
– Another early source for the Book of the Dead: the Second Intermediate Period Burial D 25 at Abydos, SAK 34 (2006), 205 – 216
– The Second Intermediate Period model coffin of Teti in the British Museum (EA 35016), British Museum Studies in Ancient Egypt and Sudan , 5 (2006), 1 – 12
– Box coffins in the late Middle Kingdom and Second Intermediate Period, EVO 30 (2007), 41 – 54
– (con Gianluca Miniaci), The Statue of the “Royal Sealer” and “Overseer of Fields” Kheperka, Turin Museum Cat. 3064, EVO 30 (2007), 69 – 75
– Tarchan, In: Unseen images : archive photographs in the Petrie Museum/1,  Gurob, Sedment and Tarkhan, edited by J. Picton and I. Pridden, Golden House Publications, London 2008, 185-237
– The architecture and the signification of the Tarkhan mastabas, Archéo-Nil 18 (2008), 103 – 112
– (con Paul Whelan), The mummiform figure of Senankh from Abydos , SAK 37 (2008), 125 – 130
– Women and writing in the Middle Kingdom: Stela Louvre C 187, RdE 60 (2009), 209-214
– Class and Society, Position and Possession, in W. Wendrich (ed.), Egyptian Archaeology, Blackwell Publishing, Oxford 2010, 180-199
 – ‘The Tomb of Khnumhotep at Rifeh’, in  A. Dodson, J. Johnston, W. Monkhouse:, (ed.) A Good Scribe and Exceedingly Wise Man: Studies in Honour of W.J. Tait (GHP Egyptology 21), 99-111 34
 – ‘Tomb 197 At Abydos, Further Evidence for Long Distance Trade in the Middle Kingdom’, Ägypten und Levante 24 (2014), 159-170
 – « An Early New Kingdom Coffin from Abydos », ENiM 9, 2016, p. 47-63 (http://www.enim-egyptologie.fr/?page=enim-9&n=5)

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