Monday, August 29, 2016

Open Access Journal: Rundle Foundation for Egyptology Newsletter

 [First posted in AWOL 1 March 2010. Updated 29 August 2016]

Rundle Foundation for Egyptology Newsletter
Beginning in 1981, newsletters have been sent to Rundle Foundation /ACE members. They provide information on social and educational activities, and also brief records of archaeological work.
1981: February, May, July
1984: March, May, October
2005: (No 91) January, (No 92) April, (No 93) July, (No 94) October
2006: (No 95) January,(No 96) May, (No 97) July (No 98) October
2007: (No 99) January, (No 100) April, (No 101) July (No 102) October
2008: (No 103) January (No 104) April (No 105) July (No 106) October
2009: (No 107) January
(A full listing of newsletters can be found here.)
Behlmer, Heike: New Research on Shenoute, Newsletter 99
Hope, Colin: General Wen-Djera-en-Djed of Tanis¸ Newsletter 27
Kanawati, Naguib: Niankhre, the Royal Hairdresser, Newsletter 23
Kanawati, Naguib: Nikauisesi – a Reconsideration of the Old Kingdom System of Dating, Newsletter 75
Kanawati, Naguib: The North-West corner of the Teti Cemetery, Newsletter 100
Kitchen, Kenneth: Hori, son of Panehsi, Newsletter 25 (this statue is in the collection of the Brazilian National Museum in Rio de Janiero!)
Ling, Ted: Senenmut, Administrator and Architect, a Biographical Sketch, Newsletter 19
Martin, Geoffrey: Maya, Treasurer of Tutankhamun, Newsletter 24
Ockinga, Boyo: A Statuette of Osiris, the Protector of the Majordomo Padihorresnet, Newsletter 22 (this item is in the Museum collection at Macquarie)
Ockinga, Boyo: Amemophis, son of Hapu, a Biographical Sketch, Newsletter 18
Ockinga, Boyo: Anhurmose, the High Priest of Onuris at Thebes, Newsletter 26
Thompson, Beth: Ahmose, son of Abana, a Biographical Sketch, Newsletter 20
Thompson, Beth: The Old Kingdom Cemetery at Tehna in Upper Egypt, Newsletter 100
Walker, Jim: Imhotep, the Vizier and Architect of Djoser who became Imouthes/Askelepios, the God of Healing, Newsletter 29 and Newsletter 30
Whale, Sheila: Pahery, the Supervisor of Works in the Tomb of Ahmose, son of Ibana¸ Newsletter 28

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