Monday, July 18, 2022

DEIR EL-MEDINA Through the Kaleidoscope

This volume is the outcome of a workshop held at the Museo Egizio from the 8th to the 10th October 2018. The international workshop “Deir el-Medina Through the Kaleidoscope” highlighted ongoing research focusing on the history of the archaeological excavations and recent field activities as well the study of written and non-written material culture. Museum collections, archives, material culture, philological and archaeological data are put in multidisciplinary dialogue with one another in an attempt to reconstruct the socio-economic history of Deir el-Medina.

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ISBN: 9788857018300

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Pages: 848


Christian Greco

Reconstructing the archaeological landscape of Deir el-Medina through its main occupation phases

Cédric Gobeil

Late Twentieth-Dynasty ostraca and the end of the necropolis workmen’s settlement at Deir el-Medina

Ben J.J. Haring

“Workmen”, “Craftsmen”, “Artists”? Unknown archives helping to name the men of the community of Deir el-Medina

Guillemette Andreu-Lanoë

“Make yourself at Home”: Some “house Biographies” from Deir el-Medina, with a special focus on the domestic (and funerary) spaces of Sennedjem’s family

Kathrin Gabler, Anne-Claire Salmas

Bringing the Place of Truth back to life: Identifying the “owners” of houses and tombs

Julie Masquelier-Loorius

The King and I: An unusual private-royal Ramesside statue from Deir el-Medina in National Museums Scotland

Margaret Maitland

The archaeological context of the Late Ramesside Letters and Butehamun’s archive

John Gee

Brothers and sons in tomb decoration at Deir el-Medîna

Deborah Sweeney

The Medjay in context: Visual and verbal narratives pieced together

Danièle Michaux-Colombot

More Dhutmose papers

Robert J. Demarée

The forgotten papyrus

Regina Hölzl, Michael Neumann

The ‟archive” of Ramesses IX: Administrative documents housed in the Museo Egizio

Martina Landrino

Literary ostraca and decoration of tombs: A new approach to personal piety at Deir el-Medina

Annie Gasse

Editing hieratic ostraca from Deir el-Medina: A work in progress

Nathalie Sojic

Current work on the literary ostraca from Deir el-Medina kept at the IFAO

Florence Albert

The hymn to Ptah as a demiurgic and fertility god on O. Turin GCT 57002. Contextualising an autograph by Amennakhte son of Ipuy

Andreas Dorn, Stéphane Polis

Blue-painted pottery from Deir el-Medina in the Museo Egizio

Maria Cristina Guidotti

Woodcraft in Deir el-Medina: From the manufactured object to the workshop

Anna Giulia De Marco, Gersande Eschenbrenner-Diemer, Paolo Marini

Textile production in Deir el-Medina: A hidden activity

Chiara Spinazzi-Lucchesi

Female figurines from Deir-el Medina: Preliminary remarks on the IFAO collection (Cairo)

Marie-Lys Arnette

Monkeys and chariots: Observations on a “satirical” production from Deir el-Medina and elsewhere

Renaud Pietri

Digitally distinguishing ‟hands” that painted hieroglyphs in tombs at Deir el-Medina

Elizabeth Bettles

TT8 Project: An introduction

Enrico Ferraris

The pottery of Kha

Federica Facchetti

Textiles from TT8: Work in progress

Matilde Borla, Cinzia Oliva, Valentina Turina

Talking images: A semiotic and visual analysis of three Eighteenth-Dynasty chapels in Deir el-Medina (TT8, TT340, TT354)

Marina Sartori

Examing the impact of the Ramesside royal women’s tombs on the Deir el-Medina iconographic tradition: A work in progress

Heather McCarthy

Depicting the mountain and the tomb at Thebes: Ancient images of the Theban Necropolis

Aude Semat

Recent research on the Theban Tomb of the chief workman Neferhotep (TT216)

Cédric Larcher, Dominique Lefevre

Cults and worship in Deir el-Medina

Sasca Malabaila

The so-called oratory of Ptah and Mertseger re-examined

Ikram Ghabriel

On some guardians of the Ptolemaic Temple in Deir el-Medina. A preliminary study

Sandrine Vuilleumier

Deir el-Medina Ptolemaic papyri: The archive of Totoes

Lorenzo Uggetti

Recent trends in Coptic studies of Western Thebes

Anne Boud’hors




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