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A remarkable group of Egyptian stelae from the second intermediate period

  title={A remarkable group of Egyptian stelae from the second intermediate period},
  author={Marcel Mar{\'e}e},
L'auteur decrit et publie une stele egyptienne de provenance inconnue acquise en 1939 par le National Museum of Antiquities de Leiden, qu'il compare ensuite avec deux autres steles de la seconde periode intermediaire deja publiees. Son but est de montrer que ces trois steles peuvent etre attribuer a une meme main et faire l'objet d'une etude d'ensemble. 
Four Middle Kingdom stelae from the National Archaeological Museum, Athens*
Publication of the Middle Kingdom stelae National Museum, Athens L128, L131, L132, and L155 including comments on style, iconography, palaeography, and dating criteria.
The World of Middle Kingdom Egypt (2000-1550 BC): contributions on archaeology, art, religion and written texts. vol. 2
This paper discusses two groups of remarkable late Middle Kingdom stelae and freestanding monuments, all virtually certain to have come from Abydos; the first group is defined by the use of one or
Stela No. 370 in the Antiquities’ Storeroomof Arab El-Hisn at El-Matariya
  • Gihan Roshdy
  • مجلة بحوث کلیة الآداب . جامعة المنوفیة
  • 2019
The study deals with the publication of a stela bearing number 370 in the antiquities’ register No.1, which is currently kept in the antiquities’ storeroom of Arab El-Hisn at El-Matariya. It was
A social and historical interpretation of Ramesside period votive stelae
The following thesis analyses a dataset of 436 Egyptian votive stelae dating to the Ramesside period (1295-1069 ВСЕ), from six sites: Deir el Medina at Thebes (264 stelae), non-Deir el Medina stelae
Display and Devotion: A Social and Religious Analysis of New Kingdom Votive Stelae from Asyut - eScholarship
This dissertation is a case study and analysis of provincial religious decorum at New Kingdom Asyut. Decorum was a social force that restricted and defined the ways in which individuals could engage
Formulating Relations
  • Leire Olabarria
  • Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde
  • 2018
Summary The language of monumental inscriptions on Middle Kingdom stelae is often regarded as highly standardised and formulaic, thus its potential for assessing social practices is considered to be
Llanos Products of the Same Master Copy Deification of Body Limbs in Book of the Dead Spell 42 in TT 11 and pHanover KM 1970
The so-called Gliedervergottung section of BD 42 displays close textual and iconographic features in two Eighteenth Dynasty sources: the burial chamber of the tomb of Djehuty (TT 11) and the papyrus
Between the Emic and the Etic
  • Kinship and Family in Ancient Egypt
  • 2020