Current Research in Egyptology 13 (2012): Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual Symposium (Current Research in Egyptology 13)

Current Research in Egyptology 13 (2012): Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual Symposium (Current Research in Egyptology 13)

By: Luke McGarrity (editor), Gabrielle Heffernan (editor), Carl Graves (editor), Emily Millward (editor), Sfakianou Marsia Bealby (editor)Paperback

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The thirteenth Current Research in Egyptology (CRE) conference was held from the 27th - 30th March 2012 at the University of Birmingham and once again provided a platform for postgraduates and early career Egyptologists, as well as independent researchers, to present their research. These proceedings for CREXIII represent the wide-range of themes that were offered by delegates during the conference, and cover all periods of Egyptian history; from Predynastic skeletal analysis through to Egyptology during the Islamic Middle Ages. These twelve papers include gender studies, analysis of Egyptian festivals, revisiting of chronological models, archaeological reanalysis of ancient landscapes, as well as social, historical and linguistic studies allowing a new appraisal of many aspects of Egyptian culture and history.


Conference papers not included in this volume Poster presentations Introduction (Carl Graves) 1. Access to the Divine in New Kingdom Egypt: Royal and public participation in the Opet Festival (Kelly Accetta) 2. Female Figurines from Deir el-Medina: A review of evidence for their iconography and function (Joanne Backhouse) 3. Sex Object or Equal Partner? The role of women as portrayed in ancient Egyptian love poems (Renate Fellinger) 4. Chronology of the Egyptian New Kingdom Revisited (Rita Gautschy) 5. The Problem with Neferusi: A geoarchaeological approach (Carl Graves) 6.`If only I could accompany him, this excellent marshman!': An analysis of the Marshman (sxty) in ancient Egyptian literature (Simon Hawkins) 7. Wrestling with the Past: The origins of pharaonic history in the Islamic Middle Ages (Joost Kramer) 8. The Applicability of Modern Forensic Anthropological Sex Determination Techniques to Ancient Egyptian Skeletal Remains (Emily J. Marlow) 9. Children of Sorrow: Infants and juveniles in Ancient Egyptian funeral processions during the New Kingdom (Emily Millward) 10. Skeletal Health in Early Egypt (Sarah Musselwhite) 11. The Medjay Leaders of the New Kingdom (Rune Olsen) 12. The Functional Context of 18th Dynasty Marks Ostraca from the Theban Necropolis (Daniel Soliman)

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  • Number Of Pages: 183
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