Oxford 2000

Current Research in Egyptology I  Unknown



Date : 13-14 Jan 2000
Location : Headley Lecture Theatre at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, Great Britain
Publication : McDonald, A. & Riggs, C. (eds). 2000. Current Research in Egyptology 2000. BAR International Series 909.

List of papers

Author Title Publication reference
Christina Riggs Facing the dead: issues in the funerary art of Ptolemaic and Roman Egypt  
Chrisi Kotsifou Papyrological evidence of travelling in Byzantine Egypt 57-64
A.J. Shortland When, how and where – the application of science to Egyptology 91-96
Sally-Ann Ashton The Ptolemaic influence on Egyptian royal sculpture 1-10
Andrew Bednarski Hysteria revisited: Women’s public health in Ancient Egypt 11-18
Sarah Symons Accuracy issues in ancient Egyptian stellar timekeeping 111-114
Elizabeth Bloxam Transportation of quarried hard stone from Lower Nubia to Giza during the Old Kingdom 19-28
Ashley Cooke Tomb construction along the Unas Causeway 29-40
Rachael J. Dann Clothing and the construction of identity: examples from the Old and New Kingdom 41-44
Caroline Hebron Occupational health in Ancient Egypt: the evidence from artistic representation 45-56
Joanne Mary Rowland A site database for Egyptian Predynastic/Early Dynastic cemetery sites  
Martin Stadler Questions of Isis and other religious texts: the unpublished Papyrus Vienna D.12006  
Dan Lines Hieratic ostraca and jar labels from Tell el-Amarna: problems and potential 65-74
Angela McDonald Tall tails: the Seth animal reconsidered 75-82
Sherine El-Menshawy Pictorial evidence depicting the interaction between the king and his people in Ancient Egypt 83-90
Katja Mueller Ptolemaic foundations on the Red Sea cost: the Pithom Stele in context  
Fiona Simpson Evidence for Late Bronze Age Libyan culture at the New Kingdom Egyptian fortress of Zawiyet Umm el-Rakham 97-102
Akiko Sugi Ankh: An archetype model for the semantics of iconography 103-110
Sofia Torallas Tovar The police in Byzantine Egypt: the hierarchy in the papyri from the fourth to the seventh centuries 115-124
Sami Uljas On meaning and modality in Middle Egyptian object complementation 125-134
Sonia R. Zakrzewski Dental health and disease over the Predynastic and Early Dynastic periods 135-143
Jenny Cashman Scribal Equipment: From Object to Hieroglyph and Symbol  
St hanie Cousin The Helipolitan Ennead  
Alison Gasgoine The development of fortified settlements in Late Roman and early Islamic Egypt  
Roberto Gozzoli Some aspects of Saite historical texts  
Hans-Hubertus Munch The measure of reality? Some critical remarks on quantification in Old Kingdom funerary archaeology  
G.J. Tassie The UCL/SCA excavations at the Predynastic/Early Dynastic sites of Kafr Hassan Dawood and Minshat Ezzat  
David Wengrow Pastoralism and the prehistoric background of the Narmer palette  
Susanne Woodhouse The lunar cycle as a lietmotiv along the middle axis of the Horus Temple at Edfu  



Information Courtesy of CRE XIV Committee.