Current Research in Egyptology 16 (2015) [Paperback]

Alto Belekdanian (Editor); Christelle Alvarez (Editor); Solene Klein (Editor); Ann-Katrin Gill (Editor)

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ISBN: 9781785703638 | Published by: Oxbow Books | Series: Current Research in Egyptology | Volume: 16 | Year of Publication: 2016 | Language: English 160p, H240 x W160 (mm) b/w




Current Research in Egyptology 16 (2015)

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The sixteenth Current Research in Egyptology (CRE) conference was held from the 15–18 April 2015 at the University of Oxford and once again provided a platform for postgraduates and early career Egyptologists, as well as independent researchers, to present their research. These proceedings for CREXVI represent the wide range of themes that were offered by delegates during the conference. Papers focus on the theme of travel in ancient Egypt from a wide range of perspectives such as concrete or abstract travels, travel in space and time, travel inside, to, or from Egypt, travel in literature, travel of beliefs and ideas or travel of objects.

Table of Contents

List of papers presented
 
List of posters presented
 
Past conferences
Foreword
Editorial preface
Acknowledgements
1. ‘Now, Voyager’: a preface on the poetics of place
Richard B. Parkinson
 
2. An epigraphical journey in the pyramid of Ibi: between textual transmission and mistakes
Christelle Alvarez
 
3. Provisioning an Egyptian quarry workforce
Sarah Doherty
 
4. ‘That his perfect name may be remembered’: added inscriptions in the tomb of vizier Kagemni at Saqqara
Julia Hamilton
 
5. Did the ancient Egyptian traveller consider Ha, god of the Western Desert, while traversing his domain?
Kata Jasper
 
6. Between geographical imaginary and geographical reality: Byblos and the limits of the world in the 18th dynasty
Marwan Kilani
 
7. A journey through burial practices: the protection of the viscera in the 21st dynasty (c.1070–945 bce) in Thebes
Solène Klein
 
8. The ancient Egyptian Book of the Moon: Coffin Texts spells 154–160
Gyula Priskin
 
9. Hatshepsut’s expedition to the land of Punt—novelty or tradition?
Filip Taterka
 
10. Travelling in space and time. The ‘west’ and ‘east’ sides of the Harpoon: two geographic divisions of the same nome or two different regions?
Elena Tiribilli
 
 

Reviews & Quotes

"“…the approaches to the phenomenon of ‘travel’ – both real and intellectual – are as rich as the life of the ancient Egyptians and I can only add that all the contributions make this book highly recommendable.” "
Květa Smoláriková
Ancient West & East (11/01/2019)

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