Liverpool 2009


Current Research in Egyptology X




Date : 7-9 Jan 2009
Location : University of Liverpool, Great Britain
Publication : Boatright, D, Corbelli, J, & Malleson, C. (eds), 2011, Current Research
in Egyptology 2009, Oxford: Oxbow Books

List of papers

Author Title Publication reference
Eltayeb Abbas Crossing of the Lake Ritual 1-14
Hebatallah Abdou Is Selket ‘The Lady of Chemmis and Wife of Horus’? 15-22
Trillion Attwood Dwarves at Amarna: Social Acceptance or Amusement for the Royal Family? 23-29
Dan Boatright The Use of Scientific Techniques and the Study of Ancient Egyptian and Near Eastern Weaponry from the Garstang Museum, School of Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology, University of Liverpool 30-42
William A.Cooney Egypt’s Encounter with the West: Race, Culture and Identity 43-52
Anna Garnett ‘The Like of Which Never Existed’: The Memphite Building Programme of Amenhotep III 53-66
Esme Hammerle New Technology or Regression? A Compositional Study of Faience Beads from Two Tombs in Abydos 67-80
Anna Kathrin Hodgkinson Mass-Production in New Kingdom Egypt: The Industries of Amarna and Piramesse 81-98
Connie Lord The Veterinary Papyrus of Kahun 99-105
Simone Musso & Simone Petacchi A Brief Presentation of the Egyptian Collection at the ‘Accademia dei Concordi’, Rovigo, Italy. A look at published and unpublished objects 106-115
Emily Iona Stewart Embodiment Theory and the Body in Ancient Egypt 116-127
Ben van den Bercken House to House. A Comparative Study of Ancient Egyptian Houses from the New Kingdom down to the Ptolemaic Period (1539-32 BC) 128-144
Zsuzsanna Vegh Counting the Dead: Some Remarks on the Haker-Festival 145-156
N.E. Wernick The Images of Fortifications in the Sety I Battle Reliefs: Comparing Art and Archaeology 157-170
Maha Yehia The word wnx.wj: its writings, determinatives, meaning and use in the Old Kingdom 171-185
Joanne Backhouse What can Middle Kingdom faience figurines tell us about personal piety?  
Marsia Bealby Minoan-style Frescoes at Avaris  
Audrey Degremont Synthesis of the Assessments concerning the Reign of Thutmose IV  
Henning Franzmeier Religious vs. Material value: implications oft he occurrence of some items within New Kingdom tomb equipment  
Amr Gaber The Children of Re revisited  
Todd Gillen Narrative texture and style at Medinet Habu  
Kenneth Griffin An Analysis of a Curious Gateway Scene from the Temple of Ramesses II at Abydos  
Meg Grundlach Shabtis oft he Chief Lector-Priest Pedamenope  
Maarten Horn Ornaments in Badarian to Early Gerzean Burials of the Qau-Matmar Region  
Joost Kramer Symbolic meaning of the ‘separation-scene’ of Geb, Nut and Shu  
Steven Larkman Viewpoint from Thebes During the War of Re-unification in the First Intermediate Period  
David Lightbody Circular symbolism in pharaonic funerary architecture  
Margaret Maitland Representation of social hierarchy in the Middle KIngdom tombs of Middle Egypt  
Claire Malleson The Medieval Islamic historical landscape of the Fayum (Egypt)  
Richard Mandeville Wage Accounting in Deir el-Medina  
Ahmed Mansour The Serabit el-Khadim Inscriptions: Formulaic Approach  
Massimilano Nuzzolo The sun temples priestly staff: an overview of titles and cult practise through the epigraphic evidence  
Campbell Price Fishing for Statues: Re-evaluating Late Period Statuary from the Karnak Cachette  
F. Phelan, B. Stern & C. P. Heron An investigation of the use of baslamic resins in ancient Egypt  
Arnaud Quertinmont Chapels Equipment of the Meroitic Necropolises, new methodological approaches  
Chloe D. Ragazzoli Scribal self-fashioning in the New Kingdom: Hand and mouth in the Late Egyptian Miscellanies as emblems of scribal activity  
Gemma Renshaw Third Intermediate Period Coffin Fragments in the Egypt Centre, Swansea  
Kim Ridealgh The Problems in finding a Lost City at Thebes: An Analysis of Papyri BM 10068  
Beverley Rogers Collecting Egyptian Antiquities: the Reverend William MacGregor  
Sakura Sanada Pottery of Lower Egypt during the Neolithic and Early Bronze Age; a view from Sais  
Abeer El Shahawy The Final Judgement scenes in the Theban tombs of the New Kingdom  
Oli Smith Paleopathology of Cranial Remains from the ‘Elliot Smith Collection’  
Nico Staring Individualizing Old Kingdom tomb decoration: a comparative study of Giza and Saqqara  
Elena Valtorta The Ritualised Body: Body Treatment and Ritual Practice in Egyptian Predynastic Burials  
Lara Weiss Practicing piety at Deir el-Medina: Evidence for a religious transformation at village level?  
Cordula Werschkun How does the Old Kingdom economy fit into economic theory?  



Information Courtesy of CRE XIV Committee.