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Juan                                          Carlos Moreno Garcia Juan Carlos Moreno Garcia
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Martin Bommas Martin Bommas
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ref.: SAK 41, 2012, 43-65 plus two plates Based of FIP tombs in the necropolis of Beni Hassan, this article suggests searching for tomb clusters and identifying social connections to understand development and expansion within Pharaonic non-royal cemeteries
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Juan                                          Carlos Moreno Garcia Juan Carlos Moreno Garcia
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Shirly Ben Dor Evian Shirly Ben Dor Evian
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While building on previous works by such scholars as Heinz and Spalinger, the article presents a new methodology specifically devised for the analysis of Egyptian war reliefs. The article contends that many historical reconstructions regarding the " Sea-Peoples " have ignored the basic principles of ancient Egyptian iconic art and preferred intuitive interpretations of the reliefs. This has led to historical misconceptions about the battles and aggressors. The new analysis provides a holistic reading of the reliefs within their context and is thereby able to present new insights as to the...
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Aren                                          Maeir Aren Maeir
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Aaron A Burke Aaron A Burke
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Excavations of the Egyptian New Kingdom fortress in Jaffa (Tel Yafo, ancient Yapu), on the southern side of Tel Aviv, were renewed by the Jaffa Cultural Heritage Project from 2011 to 2014. This work is an outgrowth of the project's reappraisal of Jacob Kaplan's excavations in the Ramesses Gate area from 1955 to 1962. As the Egyptian fortress in Jaffa is the only one excavated in Canaan, its archaeological record provides a unique perspective on resistance to Egyptian rule from ca. 1460 to 1125 B.C.E., but especially during the second half of the 12th century B.C.E., when Jaffa was twice...
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Veronika Dulíková Veronika Dulíková
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Hitherto sparse evidence on Khentytjenenet has been markedly enlarged owing to new excavations of the Czech archaeological mission at Abusir. A recently discovered cluster of individuals holding priestly titles and/or epithets referring to Khentytjenenet has given us an impetus to scrutinise this deity. Records of Khentytjenenet are closely connected with a specific geographical part of the Memphite necropolis – Abusir and North Saqqara. The appearance of this deity was obviously associated with social, religious and administrative changes during the reign of Nyuserra. The title...
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Pierre Tallet Pierre Tallet
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Aren                                          Maeir Aren Maeir
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Wesam M Tolba Wesam M Tolba
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The importance of that region come from the importance of its archaeological sites which have a lot of monuments dated to the beginning of the of the Egyptian date until the end of the Roman era, also the geographical location of the area east of Egypt gave it a political weight after finding a warship camps from different eras signs, and of course the military life may be accompanied by social, religious and political life, which led to the cultural integration of the region, it has also been found the old channel was linking the region to paiulisc branch of the Nile River as indicated by...
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