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Evolving Egypt: Innovation, Appropriation, and Reinterpretation in Ancient Egypt

edited by Kerry Muhlestein
Oxford : Archaeopress, 2012.
Papers in English with one in French
BAR international series
9781407309903, 1407309900
  • Preface
  • Abbreviations of journal and series titles
  • Possibilities and pitfalls in identifying innovation: the early Ramesside Era as a case study / Kerry Muhlestein
  • Les bateaux et le sacré dans l'ancienne Egypt / Ana María Rosso
  • Symbolic connotations of pyramid temples in the 5th and 6th dynasties / Pål Steiner
  • Dating of stelae of the 12th dynasty: a statistical approach / Des Bright
  • The expansionist policies of the New Kingdom and the increase in craft specialization in the textile industry / Giovanni Tata
  • Copy and reinterpretation in the tomb of Nakht: ancient Egyptian hermeneutics / Vale̊rie Angenot
  • The daily cult: space, continuity and change / Robyn Gillam
  • Glossed over: ancient Egyptian interpretations of their religion / John Gee
  • The hieratic scribal tradition in preexilic Judah / David Calabro
  • Ptolemaic translation and representation: the Hellenistic sculptural program of the Memphite Sarapieion / Shanna Kennedy-Quigley
  • Appropriation of Egyptian judgment in the Testament of Abraham? / Jared Ludlow
  • New evidence of Coptic mummification techniques from Tell El-Hibeh, Middle Egypt / Robert M. Yohe II, Jill K. Gardner, and Deanna Heikkinen.
v, 124 p. : ill., maps, plans ; 30 cm.
  • "In February 2006, an international Egyptological conference entitled Evolving Egypt: innovatio, appropriation, and reinterpretation in ancient Egypt was sponsed by Brigham Young University (BYU) and Brigham Young University-Hawaii (BYU-Hawaii). The conference was held at BYU-Hawaii..."--Pref.
  • Includes bibliographical references.
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BAR international series ; 2397
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