BURIAL ASSEMBLAGES FROM BAB EL GASUS IN THE GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY OF LISBON MONUMENTA AEGYPTIACA

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The Coffins And Mummy Covers From Bab El Gasus At The Geographic Society Of Lisbon

Author : Rogerio Sousa
ISBN : 2503565751
Genre : History
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The objects published in this book belong to the Eighth Lot of antiquities found in Bab el-Gasus, the collective tomb of the priests and priestesses of Amun (Theban necropolis, 21st Dynasty), currently kept at the Geographic Society of Lisbon. In this undisturbed tomb - the largest ever found in Egypt - 153 burial assemblages were uncleared. Combining new conceptual frameworks with epigraphic methods of survey, this catalogue proposes a thorough methodology for the textual description and visual documentation of each object, having in mind the future development of comparative studies with the whole sample of more than 250 coffins and mummy-covers found in the tomb.
Category: History

Ancient Egyptian Chronology

Author : Erik Hornung
ISBN : 9004113851
Genre : History
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This volume, the only up-to-date study of its kind in any language, reviews the foundations of Ancient Egyptian chronology before presenting a relative and an absolute chronology for the time span from prehistoric times until the Hellenistic Period.
Category: History

Mummies Around The World An Encyclopedia Of Mummies In History Religion And Popular Culture

Author : Matt Cardin
ISBN : 9781610694209
Genre : History
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Perfect for school and public libraries, this is the only reference book to combine pop culture with science to uncover the mystery behind mummies and the mummification phenomena. • Includes photographs, reproductions of ancient art, images from films and television, and a bibliography to encourage further research • Features profiles of famous archaeologists and key figures who have been instrumental in bringing the mummy to modern consciousness • Contains various timelines tracing the exploration of the Egyptian tombs, the birth of modern genetic and radiologic methods of study, the evolution of mummies in film and literature, and the history of mummies around the world • Highlights key facts and interesting trivia related to mummies in helpful sidebars • Offers an extensive bibliography to encourage further reading
Category: History

Gods Priests Men

Author : Lloyd
ISBN : 9781136153860
Genre : History
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This volume brings together for the first time in a single volume the highly significant works on ancient Egyptian religion by Aylward Manley Blackman (1883-1956). Blackman's knowledge of Egyptian religion was unrivalled. He was best known for his series of studies on Egyptian religion which have long been regarded as essential reading in the subject, and which forms the content of the present collection. Unusually, Blackman did not publish his writings in book form, but preferred to place them in a wide range of publications that are extremely difficult to obtain. Blackman's studies on Egyptian religious belief and particularly religious practice focus on areas of fundamental concern and are models of meticulous, sympathetic and penetrating scholarship. They should remain required reading for all students of Egyptian religion well into the next century. All those with an interest in the subject should welcome this volume which makes Blackman's writings accessible in a convenient form. A select bibliography provides an update and key to more recent work on topics discussed by Blackman.
Category: History

Paleoradiology

Author : R.K. Chhem
ISBN : 9783540488330
Genre : Medical
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Diagnostic paleoradiology is the use of X-ray studies to detect ancient diseases. The broad range of themes and imaging techniques in this volume reflects four decades of research undertaken by Don Brothwell in anthropology, human paleopathology, and zooarchaeology, combined with two decades of skeletal radiology experience during which Rethy Chhem read over 150,000 X-ray and CT studies. All the authors are leading experts in the fields of Radiology and Bioanthropology.
Category: Medical

The Cost Of Death

Author : Kathlyn M. Cooney
ISBN : 9062582222
Genre : Burial
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Category: Burial

Decorated Surfaces On Ancient Egyptian Objects

Author : Julie Dawson
ISBN : 1904982573
Genre : Art
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Explores ancient Egyptian decorated surfaces, from polychrome wood to coloured basketry and from patinated metal to painted textiles
Category: Art

The Coffins Of The Priests Of Amun

Author : Lara Weiss
ISBN : 9088904928
Genre : Coffins
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This edited volume focusses on the lavishly decorated coffins of the Priests of Amon that are currently in the collection of the Dutch National Museum of Antiquities in Leiden.
Category: Coffins

Tomb Painting And Identity In Ancient Thebes 1419 1372 Bce

Author : Melinda K. Hartwig
ISBN : UOM:39015062901304
Genre : Art
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Tomb Painting and Identity in Ancient Thebes, 1419-1372 BCE examines the style, iconography, and symbolism of painting in all extant private Theban tomb chapels decorated during the reigns of Thutmose IV and Amenhotep III. The book studies the ways in which pictorial imagery functioned on behalf of the dead in the afterlife, presented their identity to the living, and revealed underlying religious developments with important societal implications. Various aspects of the pre-Amarna Theban tomb are explored, from the tomb's purpose as a creative and commemorative vehicle for the deceased to the placement and functional properties of its imagery. The book also discusses the different styles of painting in the chapels of state and religious officials and how these styles reveal workshop organization and "patronage" practices in Thebes. The majority of the book is dedicated to the iconography of the functioning image in the tomb chapel, its reception, and its purpose as a bridge between what was represented and what was signified, between the mundane and the sacred, and between the living and the dead. Particular attention is paid to the iconography on the "western" back walls of the transverse hall in T-shaped tomb chapels, walls that held aesthetic, cultic, and symbolic significance to the ancient Egyptians. On these walls as well as the northern or southern long wall in rectangular tomb chapels, iconography and text commemorated the deceased's personal and professional identity, projected this identity into the hereafter, and contained key components for the tomb owner's rebirth. The eternal well-being of the deceased was secured through the iconography of gift giving that also mirrored religious trends that permeated society. Tomb Painting and Identity in Ancient Thebes, 1419-1372 BCE addresses Theban tomb painting and its underlying creative and commemorative properties as a medium of regeneration, preservation, and display on behalf of the tomb owner and the world of which he was a part.
Category: Art

Before The Pyramids

Author : University of Chicago. Oriental Institute. Museum
ISBN : 1885923821
Genre : History
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"Published in conjunction with the exhibition ... March 28-December 31, 2011"--T.p. verso.
Category: History