Deir el-Medina Studies

Deir el-Medina Studies

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Deir el-Medina Studies. Helsinki June 24‒26, 2009 Proceedings. Edited by Jaana Toivari-Viitala, Turo Vartiainen Saara Uvanto
Finnish Egyptological Society
Occasional Publications 2
Vantaa 2014, 198 pp.


Articles: iDebora Cilli/i, A New Corpus of Hieratic Ostraca from the Valley of Kings (KV47); iKathlyn M. Cooney/i, Private Sector Tomb Robbery and Funerary Arts Reuse according to West Theban Documentation; iArlette David/i, Orality of Agreement, Literacy of Conflict: Legal Written Genres in Deir el-Medina; iAndreas Dorn/i, Die vier Pyramidia des Chons; iYasmin El Shazly/i, Representations of Sequences of Royal Ancestors in Deir el-Medina Tombs; iBen Haring/i, Workmens Marks and the Early History of the Theban Royal Necropolis; iRenata Landgráfová Hana Navrátilová/i, Love Songs and Deir el-Medina; iRichard Mandeville/i,Two Aspects of Wage Accounting in Deir El-Medina; iGema Menéndez/i, A Selection of Wall Fragments from Deir el-Medinas Tombs in Cairo Museum; iMatthias Müller/i, Ostraka aus dem Totentempel des Merenptah in Theben; iMiriam Müller/i, Deir el-Medina in the Dark ‒ the Amarna period in the history of the village; iGregor Neunert/i, Striving to Gain Prestige through Funerary Objects; iDeborah Sweeney/i, Women at Worship on Deir el-Medîna Stelae; iJaana Toivari-Viitala, Workmens Huts in the Theban Mountains Project.

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ISBN 978-951-96842-9-1