Monday, June 04, 2012

Online: New articles on Egyptological


The latest edition of Egyptological is available, free of charge, at the above address:

  • The  sAb Corpus (Prosopographie), a 307 page compendium of the usage of the title sAb

Journal Reviews
  • Review: Myth and History with John Romer Study Day

  • Egyptologically Speaking: Interview with Nadine Moeller by Barbara O'Neill
  • Ancient Egyptian Religion, Part 6 — Art for Eternity by Brian Alm
  • Arthur Cruttenden Mace – Taking His Rightful Place by Garry Beuk
  • Was Egypt the First Nation State. A Discussion. By Kate Phizackerley and Michelle Low

Magazine Reviews
  • Colloquium Overview: Recent Archaeological Fieldwork in Sudan by Patricia Spencer
  • Review. Bill Manley, Egyptian Hieroglyphs for Complete Beginners, Thames and Hudson 2012 by Andrea Byrnes
  • Review: Memphis Under the Pharaohs (Dorothy L Thompson) by Kate Phizackerley
  • The new Ancient Egypt and Sudan galleries at the Ashmolean, Oxford by Andrea Byrnes

In Brief
  • Ammit – Mother of the Sphinx? by Rosalind Park
  • Vernacular Voices: Phopis, A Romano-Egyptian by Janet Robinson
  • Egyptologically Speaking: An Interview with Professor Salima Ikram by Barbara O'Neill
  • Review: Lost Nubia. A Centennial Exhibit of Photographs from the 1905-1907 Egyptian Expedition of the University of Cairo by Andrea Byrnes
  • TV Review: The Pharaoh Who Conquered the Sea by Andrea Byrnes and Kate Gingell
  • Photos from the Ashmolean Museum by Francis Lankester
  • More photos from the Ashmolean Museum
  • Photos from the Musées Royaux d’Art, Brussels

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