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  • publication . Article . 2021
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    Authors:
    Wantje Fritschy;
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    Publisher: SAGE Publications

    Inscriptions on Early Dynastic ‘oil labels’ that refer to events have long been thought to contain a ‘year-name’ that dated the oil. During the last two decades, new evidence has become available which suggests that such events referred to what had been characteristic ...

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  • publication . Article . 2021
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    Tamás A. Bács;
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    Arguably one of the most remarkable painters/draughtsmen, not only in his direct surroundings of Deir el-Medina but in the history of New Kingdom painting altogether, the Chief Draughtsman Amenhotep, son of Amunnakhte has left us a substantial body of identifiable work...

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  • publication . Article . 2021
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    Yoshifumi Yasuoka;
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    This paper offers a new art-historical interpretation of the grid reform of anthropomorphic representations in Egypt around the mid-seventh century BC. The objective of this paper is two-fold. First, it will demonstrate the problems with previous interpretations, which...

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  • publication . Article . 2021
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    AHMED MEKAWY OUDA;
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    This paper re-publishes the shabtis of Yuya, father of Queen Tiye and father-in-law of King Amenhotep III, which are kept at the Egyptian Museum Cairo (CG 51024–34, 51036) and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York (MMA 30.8.56–30.8.58). The latter were excluded fr...

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  • publication . Article . 2021
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    Robert Schiestl;
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  • publication . Article . 2021
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    Authors:
    Anke Weber; Willem Hovestreydt; Lea Rees;
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    Since antiquity, the tomb of Ramesses III (KV 11) has been among the most frequently visited royal tombs in the Valley of the Kings. It was also one of the first to be described and documented in detail by European travellers in the eighteenth to nineteenth centuries. ...

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  • publication . Article . 2021
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    Authors:
    Marie Vandenbeusch; Daniel O’Flynn; Benjamin Moreno;
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    Ptolemaic cartonnage masks were produced by layering textiles – or reused papyrus sheets – with plaster and glue. Despite the use of the same basic components, the process of manufacture could vary depending on shape, size, time and place. This article aims to clarify ...

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  • publication . Article . 2021
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    Authors:
    Daniel M Potter;
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    This article is the publication of an indurated limestone standing statue, now in Montrose Museum (ANGUSalive M1980.4578), identified as a Sistrum-player. The statue was collected in 1834 by Dr James Burnes IV, a relative of the Scottish poet Robert Burns, during a jou...

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  • publication . Article . 2021
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    Authors:
    Keita Takenouchi;
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    This study examines the social functions of stone vessels in Early Dynastic society through a comparison between tomb architecture and the assemblage of stone vessels. The results demonstrated that the more valuable vessels, consisting of special wares and greenish sto...

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  • publication . Article . 2021
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    Authors:
    Massimiliano Nuzzolo;
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    Historical royal sources concerning Old Kingdom Egypt are rather scarce. One of the most important is a group of seven inscribed stone fragments also known as royal annals, the most famous of which is certainly the so-called Palermo Stone. These annals have been the su...

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