May my nose and ears be cut off: Practical and “supra-practical” Aspects of Mutilation in the Egyptian New Kingdom

@inproceedings{Loktionov2017MayMN,
  title={May my nose and ears be cut off: Practical and “supra-practical” Aspects of Mutilation in the Egyptian New Kingdom},
  author={Alexandre Alexandrovich Loktionov},
  year={2017}
}
For funding the main research, my thanks go to the Master and Fellows of St John’s College, Cambridge, who provided a Benefactors Research Scholarship. For funding subsequent refinements and the completion of this article, I must thank the Arts and Humanities Doctoral Training Partnership (AHRC DTP) of the University of Cambridge and Robinson College, Cambridge, who have supported my PhD through a Lewis-AHRC Studentship (ah/L503897/1). 
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