Birmingham 2012

Current Research in Egyptology XIII





Date : March 2012
Location : University of Birmingham, Great Britain
Publication : n/a



List of papers

Author Title Publication reference
Colin Reader The Sphinx: Evolution of a Concept  
David Lightbody The Encircling Protection of Horus  
Afifi Rohim Afifi Khufu’s second boat project: difficulties and wishes  
Lubica Zelenkova Hudakova Innovative Strength of the Middle Kingdom Tomb Decoration: The MeKeTRE Project  
Claire Ollett The Garstang Project: An Integrative Collections Review  
Joost Kramer Pharaonic culture in the Arabic Middle Ages  
Henning Franzmeier Too many bilbils in New Kingdom Egypt? Implications of documentation and publication of early excavations in Egypt  
Mohammed Youssef Ali New Discoveries from the Middle Kingdom  
Carl Graves The Problem with Neferusi: Its location and importance within the Oryx Nome  
Anna Garnett Rock Stelae and Sacred Landscapes in the Eastern Desert during the Ramesside Period  
Marina Wilding Brown Agents of Construction: The Territoriality of Ancient Egyptian Graffiti and Modern Functional Parallels  
Allison Williams Late Period Regionalism in Ancient Egypt: a Comparative Analysis of 25th and 26th Dynasty Coffins from Thebes and Akhmim  
Gabrielle Heffernan Royal festivals in cultural memory studies  
Nico Staring Beyond the grave: New Kingdom tombs at Saqqara, Egypt, as shrines of cultural memory  
Kelly Accetta Access to the Divine in New Kingdom Egypt: Royal and public participation in the Opet Festival  
Alessandra Colazilli Reproducing human limbs: prosthesis, amulets and votive objects in Ancient Egypt  
Sarah Musselwhite Skeletal Health in Early Egypt: the Effects of Cultural Change and Social Status  
Emily Marlow The applicability of modern forensic anthropological techniques to ancient Egyptian skeletal remains  
Lyn Stagg The lion in Pre- and Early Dynastic Egypt: power and glory?  
Flavie Deglin Bushes, undergrowth: the word Sfnw in Egyptian texts  
Francis Lankester Control of the Wild as Elite Funerary Activity in the Predynastic  
Hayley Meloy Analysis of the Early Dynastic Naqada Royal Tomb Assemblage  
Emily Millward Children of Sorrow: Infants and Juveniles in Ancient Egyptian Funeral Processions  
Maha Yehia The Stela of Nebet-Kebeny CG 34117  
Renate Fellinger Sex Object or Equal Partner? The Role of Women as portrayed in ancient Egyptian Love Poems  
Reinert Skumsnes The role and position of Old Kingdom royal women in times of power transition  
Virginia Laporta Gender and Power Relations: A Revision of the role of Queenship during the coregency of Hatshepsut and Tuthmose III (c. 1479-1458 BC)  
Kathryn Howley All Made Up? A re-examination of the function of ‘cosmetic spoons’  
Paul van Pelt Cultural Hybridity as a Model for Cultural Change in New Kingdom Nubia: a reassessment of Egypto-Nubian relations  
Birgit Schiller Egyptian imitations of Mycenaean stirrup jars  
Heba Abd el- Gawad Greek or Egyptian, please make up your mind: Ptolemy II multi-cultural presentations  
Alexandros Giannakoulas HALF AN ITERU ONWARD! The ‘Mycenaean Brigade’ at Amarna: Egypt, the Aegean and Late Bronze Age warfare  
Amr Omar Cry and Silence: Rethinking the Nature of man-god communicative language in Ancient Egypt  
Daniel Potter Coping with Uncertainty: the Use of Faith in New Kingdom Egypt  
Nathalie Toye The Ears Stelae Chronological Partition: for a New Understanding of the Personal Piety Development  
Heike Wilde Technological Innovations in the 2nd Mill. B.C. in Egypt: a theoretical model for the use and distribution of new technologies and materials  
Sarah Shepherd The Khopesh: A New Kingdom saga of trade, interconnectivity and adaption of technology  
Reg Clark Tomb Security in the Early Dynastic Period  
Paal Steiner Amarna erasures in Theban tombs and the question of monotheism  
Joanne Backhouse Figured ostraca from Deir el-Medina and their relationship to material culture  
Daniel Soliman Symbolising identity: identity marks in Deir el-Medina ostraca  
Loriane Bussien Mehet-ouret in the royal funerary texts  
Ahmed M. Mekawy Ouda Who or what is Werethekau? A problematic inscription (UC 16639)  
Pauline Norris Did Min really need all those lettuces?  
Luke McGarrity What is the Tale of Woe?  
Kenneth Griffin Identifying and Recording the Book of the Dead in the Second Pillared Hall of the Tomb of Karakhamun  
Kim Ridealgh A Tale of Two Suppressions: Reinterpreting Papyrus Mayer A and the So-called ‘War of the High Priest’ during the Reign of Ramesses XI  
Masashi Fukaya Dates and Precursors of the Opet Festival  
Rita Gautschy Chronology of the Egyptian New Kingdom revisited  
Steven Gregory The role of the Iwn-mwt.f in the New Kingdom monuments of Thebes  
Simon Hawkins ‘Would that I accompany him, this excellent marshman!’: an analysis of the Marshman (sxty) in Middle Egyptian literature  
Rune Olsen The Medjay leaders of Ancient Egypt  
Sharon Volk Ancient Egyptian funerary figurines – an alternative paradigm  
Meg Gundlach Votive Shabtis of the Twenty-fifth Dynasty  
Jurgen van Oostenrijk The Late Period shabti group of Iufaa  
Luigi Prada A survey of some unpublished Roman demotic papyri in the collection of the Austrian National Library, Vienna  
Rob Persson Two Steps Forward, One Step Back? Our Understanding of the Egyptian Verbal System  
Julia Hsieh The Vernacular of the Letters to the Dead  



Information Courtesy of CRE XIV Committee.