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Anna K. Hodgkinson, “Ear studs, ear plugs or beads? Reinterpreting a group of glass objects from New Kingdom Egypt in the British Museum”

Anna K. Hodgkinson, “Ear studs, ear plugs or beads? Reinterpreting a group of glass objects from New Kingdom Egypt in the British Museum”, London 2021 This short volume discusses a group of glass objects kept in the British Museum that date to the Egyptian New Kingdom (1550–1069 BC) and are commonly referred to as ‘ear...   Leggi Tutto

Egitto e Vicino Oriente vol. 43 (2020)

Rivista della sezione di Egittologia e Scienze Storiche del Vicino Oriente, Dipartimento di Civiltà e Forme del Sapere dell’ Università degli studi di Pisa.

Leslie Anne Warden, “Ceramic Perspectives on Ancient Egyptian Society”

Leslie Anne Warden, “Ceramic Perspectives on Ancient Egyptian Society” (Cambridge Elements – Ancient Egypt in Context 5)

Kathlyn M. Cooney, “Coffin Commerce”

Kathlyn M. Cooney, “Coffin Commerce: How a Funerary Materiality Formed Ancient Egypt” (Cambridge Elements – Ancient Egypt in Context 4)

John Coleman Darnell, “Egypt and the Desert”

John Coleman Darnell, “Egypt and the Desert” (Cambridge Elements – Ancient Egypt in Context 3)

Journal of Egyptian History – Special Issue: Egyptology and Global History

Moreno García J. C., Miniaci G., Morris E. (eds), Journal of Egyptian History – Special Issue: Egyptology and Global History, vol. 13 (2020) La pubblicazione di questo numero speciale del Journal of Egyptian History intende esplorare il ruolo dell’egittologia nella storia globale, nonché il suo potenziale contributo a questo fiorente campo di ricerca. Per raggiungere...   Leggi Tutto

Uroš Matić, “Ethnic Identities in the Land of the Pharaohs”

Uroš Matić, “Ethnic Identities in the Land of the Pharaohs. Past and Present Approaches in Egyptology”  (Cambridge Elements – Ancient Egypt in Context 2)

Rune Nyord, “Seeing Perfection”

Rune Nyord, “Seeing Perfection: Ancient Egyptian Images beyond Representation”  (Cambridge Elements – Ancient Egypt in Context 1)

Gianluca Miniaci, “The Middle Kingdom Ramesseum Papyri Tomb and its Archaeological Context”

Gianluca Miniaci, The Middle Kingdom Ramesseum Papyri Tomb and its Archaeological Context, London 2020 In 1895–96, William Matthew Flinders Petrie and James Edward Quibell discovered a shaft-tomb below the ‘Ramesseum’, the funerary temple of Ramses II at Thebes, Egypt. This is most famous for having the largest group of Middle Kingdom papyri – also known...   Leggi Tutto

Egitto e Vicino Oriente vol. 42 (2019)

Rivista della sezione di Egittologia e Scienze Storiche del Vicino Oriente, Dipartimento di Civiltà e Forme del Sapere dell’ Università degli studi di Pisa.

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