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Egypt : The Arab Spring Turning Into Fall ?

Egypt : The Arab Spring Turning Into Fall ? | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

"When Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak resigned in February, most of the world cheered for what looked like another victory for the Arab Spring uprisings. But although the resignation felt like closure and seemed to herald a new beginning, Egypt is still struggling with much the same problems as before. Some commentators even suggest that the worst is yet to come." (Aron Lamm)

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Deterioration and Rates of Weathering of the Monumental Rock Inscriptions at Wadi Hammamat, Egypt

Deterioration and Rates of Weathering of the Monumental Rock Inscriptions at Wadi Hammamat, Egypt | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

"The famous ornamental stone known in antiquity as ''Bekhen-stone'' comes from the Wadi Hammamat area and it has been used for ornamental purposes since the ancient Egyptian times. The Wadi Hammamat is one of the most ancient archaeological sites in Egypt because of the important rock inscriptions scattered in the area, dating from before the earliest Egyptian dynasties to the late period. These rock inscriptions suffered from serious damage due to natural weathering, pollution, salt efflorescence and other physicochemical weathering. Field observations referred that hard cement mortars were used for re-pointing the greywacke rock inscriptions in Wadi Hammamat. The different rate of expansion and contraction between the cement mortar and the greywacke rocks will eventually lead to the separation of the two materials. This paper tries to clarify the main types of deterioration and measure the chemical alteration and geological characteristics of the monumental greywacke rocks. In order to achieve this, several studies were performed using a petrographic microscope, SEM micrographs, X-ray fluorescence and X-ray diffraction analysis. The results have shown that the greywackes have a moderate weathering and high content of ferromagnesian minerals." (Hesham Abbas Kmally)

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With humor and YouTube, group promotes civic education

With humor and YouTube, group promotes civic education | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

"As the possibility of a genuine democracy emerges, Egyptians are being confronted with questions about their political future, which, a year ago, seemed the preserve of civics textbooks or academic conversations between political scientists. Now, discussions about list-based vs. single-winner electoral systems and civil vs. religious constitutions are commonplace.

While the media provides a platform for these forces, less attention has been paid to breaking down the sometimes complex political issues for the public. That is where Qabila TV comes in.

The idea for Qabila (or “tribe”), a group that produces online civic education videos, serendipitously emerged six months before the revolution began, according to founders of the group. The group, which is funded by its members, went live in April." (Sarah Carr)

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Post-revolution Egypt : Change or conformity ?

Post-revolution Egypt : Change or conformity ? | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

"Habit, whether personal or social, resists dreams and efforts alike; only vigilance can break it down. So to preserve the self-awareness that for a moment transformed Egypt, let us speak of citizens, not martyrs, of a successful and inspiring popular uprising, not a faltering or failed revolution, and of a people – not just youth – who long for change but only now, this minute, are considering what change might mean and whether or not they’re up for it." (Maria Golia)

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Thousands of unregistered antiquities found in museum rest rooms

Thousands of unregistered antiquities found in museum rest rooms | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

"Azza Farouq, dean of Cairo University’s Faculty of Archaeology, has revealed that 3000 unregistered antiquities were found recently in the rest rooms of the faculty’s museum on campus.

“Some pieces were destroyed by the humidity,” she said.

Museum curators use the rest rooms as storage places.

“Not registering antiquities is a crime,” Farouq said, adding that she has formed a special committee to register the items." (Marwa Yassine)

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Egyptian women, long allowed to vote, see little progress from revolt

"Thousands of Egyptian women fought in the 18-day uprising that unseated longtime President Hosni Mubarak. They hurled stones at pro-regime attackers, delivered meals to hungry protesters, and drew global attention to the struggle through their blogs and Twitter accounts.At least 15 women died in the uprising, according to official figures. Hundreds were wounded.

And still, complain prominent Egyptian feminists, women are being sidelined from post-Mubarak politics: their names ignored for government posts, and their divorce and custody rights threatened by a powerful new Islamist lobby." (Hannah Allam)

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صدور قرار بتفويض عبد الفتاح باختصاصات الوزير

صدور قرار بتفويض عبد الفتاح باختصاصات الوزير | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

Le Dr. Assâm Sharaf, Premier ministre du gouverneent égyptien, a émis un décret, ce lundi 26 septembre 2011, accordant à Muhammad 'Abd al-Fattâh, Secrétaire général du Conseil suprême des Antiquités, les "attributions" d'un ministre pour lui permettre de mener à bien ses fonctions à la tête du Conseil.

Le texte arabe de cet article fait bien la distinction : 'Abd al-Fattâh n'a pas été nommé ministre ; mais il en a les fonctions et les "attributions" (صلاحيات الوزير)

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Une annonce du Centre culturel égyptien de Paris

Une annonce du Centre culturel égyptien de Paris | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

Le centre propose une deuxième Journée portes ouvertes "langue arabe".

Rencontre avec les professeurs de cours d'arabe :

- Wafiq Raouf, professeur d'arabe littéraire ;

- Samir Megallly, professeur d'arabe dialectal.

Samedi 1er octobre 2011, de 10h à 12h.

Ambassade d'Egypte, Centre culturel
111 Boulevard Saint-Michel, 75005 Paris, France
+33 ( 01 46 33 75 67 )
contact@bureaucultureleg.fr

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Interview de Christine Chaillot, auteure de l'ouvrage "Les Coptes d’Égypte. Discriminations et persécutions (1970-2011)"

L'ouvrage de Christine Chaillot a déjà été présenté ici.

Voici la fiche de renseignements envoyée par l’éditeur : "Depuis le début des révoltes arabes, la tragédie des chrétiens d’Orient a pris une nouvelle dimension. Spécialiste des chrétientés orientales, Christine Chaillot consacre ce livre pionnier à l’histoire récente de la plus grande communauté chrétienne du monde arabe. La situation des coptes égyptiens connaît depuis quarante ans une dégradation constante. Persécutions, violences, meurtres, viols sont le lot de cette communauté. Depuis l’avènement de la charia en Égypte, dans les années 1970, les tribunaux islamiques refusent systématiquement de poursuivre les agresseurs. La chute du régime Moubarak a d’abord soulevé l’espoir. Hélas, il a rapidement cédé la place à l’inquiétude, car les violences antichrétiennes ont atteint ces derniers mois un niveau inégalé. Après la lecture de ce livre, nul ne pourra dire : “Je ne savais pas”."

Christine Chaillot répond dans cette interview aux questions de Charles-Henri d’Andigné (Radio Courtoisie).

L'interview commence à la minute 2,30

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Delphine Dixneuf, "Amphores égyptiennes"

Delphine Dixneuf, "Amphores égyptiennes" | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

Etudes Alexandrines 22, Centre d'Études Alexandrines, Alexandrie, 2011

 

Les recherches archéologiques conduites ces dix dernières années en Égypte ont livré plusieurs ensembles amphoriques représentatifs de la production égyptienne, de la période hellénistique au début de l’époque arabe. C’est à partir de ce matériel inédit et des contextes archéologiques de quatre sites, Alexandrie, Bouto (Delta occidental), Péluse (Tell el-Makhzan, Tell el-Farama au nord du Sinaï) et Baouit au cœur des vignobles de Moyenne-Égypte, qu’il a été possible d’esquisser un schéma de l’évolution typologique et chronologique des amphores égyptiennes. La question de la détermination des provenances, par l’identification des ateliers de production et l’examen macroscopique des pâtes, ainsi que la typo-chronologie basée sur l’analyse des contextes, constituent les thèmes majeurs de cette étude. Ces différents champs de recherche ont conduit l’auteur à une réflexion sur les conditions de la production, la nature des contenus, les échanges commerciaux et les circuits de distribution des denrées et marchandises non seulement en Égypte mais également sur le pourtour du bassin méditerranéen.

 

Ce volume peut être acheté
- en Égypte auprès du Centre d'Études Alexandrines, 50 rue Soliman Yousri, 21131 Alexandrie (Égypte)
- et pour les autres pays auprès de De Boccard Édition-Diffusion, 11 rue de Médicis, 75006 PARIS, France -<www.deboccard.com>

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The ARCE-NC Lecture Series

The ARCE-NC Lecture Series | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

The Northern California Chapter of the American Research Center in Egypt and the Department of Near Eastern Studies, UC Berkeley and the Center for Middle Eastern Studies, U.C. Berkeley Lecture Series :

- October 16, 2011

Dr. Steve Harvey, University of Pennsylvania

Excavations at the Tomb of Queen Tetisheri at Abydos

 

- November 13, 2011

Dr. Nathaniel Dominy

Baboons and the Location of Punt

 

- December 4, 2011

Dr. Stuart Tyson Smith, U C Santa Barbara

Excavation Work at the 4th Cataract in Nubia

 

- January 15, 2012

Dr. Tiffany Vora, Stanford University

Examining the Ancestry and Pathology of King Tutankhamen's Family: A Case Study of Molecular Biology

 

- February, 2012

Dr. Miriam Ayad, University of Memphis

God's Wife of Amun

 

More : http://home.comcast.net/~hebsed/lectures.htm

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La Nouvelle Démocratie d'Egypte commence par interdire les médias d'opposition

La Nouvelle Démocratie d'Egypte commence par interdire les médias d'opposition | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

"Les autorités égyptiennes ont confisqué toutes les copies publiées du journal d’opposition “Sout Al-Umma”, un quotidien publié sous le patronage de la holding Al Ahram. Le ministère de la propagande n’a pas souhaité expliquer pourquoi le journal est désormais interdit mais un des journalistes explique que cette édition donnait la parole à un ami de Hosni Moubarak."

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Association Néfrou (Montpellier-France) : 8e Journée d'Égyptologie

Association Néfrou (Montpellier-France) : 8e Journée d'Égyptologie | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

Cette Journée d'Égyptologie aura lieu le 08 octobre 2011, de 9h30 à 17h30, en la salle Pétrarque (2, place Pétrarque, centre-ville de Montpellier).

Les intervenants traiteront des liens entre la Grèce et l'Égypte.

 

 

Infos pratiques : http://nefrou.free.fr/index.php?page=actualites

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American Research Center in Egypt : Events upcoming

American Research Center in Egypt : Events upcoming | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

LECTURE: Before Cairo: The Egyptian Islamic City

Saturday, October 1, 2011, 5:00 p.m.

Don Whitcomb, The Oriental Institute
Chapter: Illinois

LECTURE: Queen Tetisheri Reconsidered: Re-excavation the Pyramid and Stela of Ahmose's Grandmother

Saturday, October 15, 2011, 1:30 p.m.

Dr. Stephen P. Harvey, Director of the Oriental Institute Abydos Project
Chapter: Orange County, California

LECTURE: Recreating the Nile in Pompeii: Egyptianizing Iconography in the House of P. Cornelius Tages

Saturday, October 15, 2011, 3:30pm

Dr. Caitlin Barrett, University of PennsylvaniaChapter: Pennsylvania

LECTURE: Queen Tetisheri Reconsidered: Re-excavating the Pyramid and Stela of Ahmose's Grandmother

Sunday, October 16, 2011, 2:30 PM

Dr. Steve Harvey, New York State University at StoneybrookChapter: Northern California (Berkeley)

LECTURE: Field Report on Karnak’s Hypostyle Hall

Friday, October 21, 2011, 7 p.m. Meet the Speaker / 7:30p.m. Lecture

Dr. Peter Brand, University of Memphis
Chapter: North Texas

LECTURE: The Temple of Mut

Friday, October 21, 2011, 6:30 p.m.

Dr. Betsy Bryan, Johns Hopkins University
Chapter: Washington DC

LECTURE: Out of Africa: Ancient Egypt, the Chad Basin and the Egyptian Underworld

Saturday, October 22, 2011, 3:30pm

Dr. Thomas Schneider, University of British ColumbiaChapter: Pennsylvania (Philadelphia)

ONE DAY SEMINAR: History of the Hypostyle Hall

Saturday, October 22, 2011, 9am - 4pm

Dr. Peter Brand, University of Memphis
Chapter: North Texas

LECTURE: Coins as a Source for Egyptian History

Thursday, October 27, 2011, 7:00pm

Jere L. Bacharach, Univeristy of Washington
Chapter: Northwest

November 2011

LECTURE: A New Look at the Foundation Deposits for Hatshepsut’s Temple

Saturday, November 12, 2011, 3:00 p.m.

Catharine Roehrig, Curator, Department of Egyptian Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Chapter: Tucson, Arizona

LECTURE: Writing History from Very Special Garbage: Research in the Cairo Geniza in the 21st Century

Saturday, November 12, 2011, 3:30pm

Dr. Jessica Goldberg, New York UniversityChapter: Pennsylvania (Philadelphia)

LECTURE: Baboons, Stable Isotopes, and the Location of Punt

Sunday, November 13, 2011, 2:30 p.m.

Dr. Nathaniel Dominy, Dartmouth UniversityChapter: Northern California (Berkeley)

LECTURE: Ancient Nubia, King Taharqo

Friday, November 18, 2011, 6:30 p.m.

Dr. Jeremy Pope, The College of William and Mary
Chapter: Washington DC

LECTURE: TBA

Saturday, October 22, 2011

Dr. Nigel Strudwick
Chapter: North Texas

December 2011

LECTURE: The Talatat Project: ARCE Preservation Program in Luxor

Saturday, December 3, 2011, 1:30 p.m.

Dr. Jacqueline Williamson, Johns Hopkins University

Chapter: Orange County California, sponsored by Steve and Karen Shultz.

HOLIDAY PARTY

Saturday, December 3, 2011

Holiday Party
Chapter: Illinois

LECTURE: The ABC’s of Painting in the mid-18th Dynasty

Saturday, December 3, 2011, 3:30pm

Dr. Betsy Bryan, Johns Hopkins UniversityChapter: Pennsylvania (Philadelphia)

LECTURE: Excavation Work at the 4th Cataract in Nubia

Sunday, December 4, 2011, 2:30 p.m.

Dr. Stuart Tyson Smith, U C Santa BarbaraChapter: Northern California (Berkeley)

LECTURE: The Late Period

Friday, December 9, 2011, 6:30 p.m.

Dr. Peter Lacovara, the Carlos Museum in Atlanta
Chapter: Washington DC

Members Holiday Party

December 2011

Member's Holiday Party
Chapter: North Texas

 

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Archeologists close down six archeological sites in protest

Archeologists close down six archeological sites in protest | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

"Archaeologists working in the Nubian fund closed down six archaeological sites in Aswan, including the Temple of Abu Simbel, the Temple of Wadi el-Seboo, the Temple of the Mayor and a number of museums located on Lake Nasser, in protest against the lack of response to their demands" (Dina Abd El-Aleem)

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Luxor protesters block road leading to Valley of the Queens

Luxor protesters block road leading to Valley of the Queens | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

"Residents of the village of Marei on Luxor’s west bank have blocked the road that leads to the Valley of the Queens, a tourist attraction that contains the tombs of ancient Egyptian queens.

They are protesting against the governor of Luxor, who they allege has not met his promise to provide them with alternative housing after removing them from their old homes two years ago. The villagers were forced from their homes after an ancient tomb was discovered beneath their community" (Ibrahim Moawad, Sameh Abdel Fattah)

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Amnesty International urges Egypt to release detained blogger

Amnesty International urges Egypt to release detained blogger | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

"International human rights watchdog Amnesty International has urged Egypt’s military rulers to immediately release a detained blogger who has been on hunger strike for over a month.

On 10 April, Maikel Nabil Sanad, 25, received a three-year prison sentence from a military court after he documented various violations by the military against peaceful protesters.

Sanad has been on hunger strike since 23 August, and his health has greatly deteriorated since prison authorities took away vital heart medication, Amnesty quoted members of his family as saying." (Ahmed Zaki Osman)

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International tourist festival in Moez Street

International tourist festival in Moez Street | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

"Cairo’s famous Moez el-Din Allah Fatimid street, filled with archaeological wonders from the Fatimid period, is preparing to receive an international tourist festival.

The festival is organized by the ministries of tourism and culture and the Supreme Council for Antiquities." (Dina Abdul Aleem)

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An initiative towards ending Egypt's archaeologists' protests

An initiative towards ending Egypt's archaeologists' protests | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

"After the delivery of Abdel Fatah's resignation as secretary general of Egypt's antiquities council, he meets with the prime minister, who takes steps to resolve budget problems amidst archaeologists' protests." (Nevine El-Aref)

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Programme des activités pour 2011-2012 de la Société pour l'Étude de l'Égypte ancienne (Montréal)

Programme des activités pour 2011-2012 de la Société pour l'Étude de l'Égypte ancienne (Montréal) | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

- Les jeudis du 22 Septembre au 8 Décembre 2011, de 19h00 à 21h00

Cours d'Introduction à la pensée égyptienne et au moyen égyptien hiéroglyphique. Cours donnés par Dr Brigitte Ouellet

 

- Journées de la Culture

Vendredi 30 Septembre 2011 de 13h à 17h

Samedi 1 et Dimanche 2 Octobre, de 10h à 17h

"Démystifier les hiéroglyphes égyptiens"

 

- Mini-Conférence

Mercredi 19 octobre 2011 à 19h00

"La civilisation pharaonique était-elle africaine ?" par le Dr Jean Revez, Histoire, Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM)

 

- 37e Symposium annuel de la SSEA

"Death Along the Nile : Uncovering the Secrets of Egypt's Lost Tomb"

Du Vendredi 4 au Dimanche 6 novembre 2011

 

- Souper bénéfice

Mercredi le 7 décembre 2011

"Une aventure africaine"

 

- Séminaire

Samedi 10 décembre 2011 de 10h à 16h, à l'UQAM

"Le site de Deir el-Medineh : cent ans de découvertes sur la vie quotidienne des ouvriers de la Tombe", par Dr Cédric Gobeil, chercheur-postdoctorant Hist. UQAM, chercheur associé, IFAO

 

- Conférence

Jeudi 15 décembre à 18h30

"L’Égyptologie égyptienne", par Dr. El-Sayed Mahfouz

 

Informations : http://www.sseamtl.org/index.html

 

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Pope Shenouda rejects foreign intervention in Egyptian affairs

Pope Shenouda rejects foreign intervention in Egyptian affairs | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

"Pope Shenouda III on Monday 26/09/11 reiterated his rejection of foreign interference in Egyptian affairs, particularly with regard religious freedoms and the position of Copts in society.

At a meeting with US Ambassador to Egypt Anne Patterson, the head of Egypt's Coptic Church urged the US to adopt balanced policies towards Palestinians and to support the peace process. He urged the US not to shatter the Palestinian dream of having a recognized state." (MENA)

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Mubarak banned Mustafa Mahmoud's articles, says daughter

Mubarak banned Mustafa Mahmoud's articles, says daughter | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

"Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak banned the publication of late intellectual Mustafa Mahmoud, according to his daughter, Amal.

"Mubarak ordered to ban any publication of my father's articles in Al-Ahram newspaper by presidential decree," she said.

Mahmoud was a trained doctor but later chose a career as a journalist and author, traveling widely and writing about many subjects. He died October 31, 2009." (Hossam El-Shuqwari)

 

Les positions politiques "radicales" affichées par le Dr. Moustafa Mahmoud ne représentent qu'une annexe du parcours intellectuel de cet auteur dont la pensée philosophique a, de manière durable, été considérée comme une référence pour la jeunesse égyptienne.

Au cours de mon séjour au Caire, j'ai été amené à rencontrer maintes fois Moustafa Mahmoud. Les interviews qu'il m'a accordées ont débouché sur la publication, de ma part, d'un article très circonstancié ainsi que sur la traduction en français de trois ouvrages de cet auteur.

M.C.

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Minister of Tourism blames media for tourism losses

Minister of Tourism blames media for tourism losses | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

"Egypt’s Minister of Tourism Munir Fakhry Abdel Nour slammed Egyptian media for causing recent tourism losses.The minister argued that negative media coverage has misrepresented the security situation in Egypt. He blamed the media for scaring off tourists.

“Stories about road closures only give a negative impression of Egypt and tend to show a state of chaos,” he explained on Saturday." (Sarah Sheffer)

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Marriages between Egyptian men and foreign women on the rise

Marriages between Egyptian men and foreign women on the rise | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

" A recent study indicated that the phenomenon of young Egyptian males marrying elderly foreign women is growing in Egypt. The study was prepared by the Prevention of Human Trafficking Unit at the National Council for Childhood and Motherhood. According to the study, there is no specific data on the number of young men marrying foreign women since most of these marriages are not registered in Cairo. Such marriages are typically recorded in lawyer’s offices, except in cases where the wife applies to her embassy for a visitor’s visa or permanent residency for her husband." (Hoda Rashwan)

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Miroslaw Barwik, "The Twilight of Ramesside Egypt, Studies on the History of the Ramesside Period"

Miroslaw Barwik, "The Twilight of Ramesside Egypt, Studies on the History of the Ramesside Period" | Égypt-actus | Scoop.it

Agade, Warsaw 2011, 318 p.

 

The book presents a critical evaluation of the sources relating to the end of the Ramesside period in Egypt. The events which led to the fall of the Ramessides can be compared only with the twilight of the Tuthmosides under the last rulers of the XVIIIth Dynasty, and to some extent also with the end of the XIXth Dynasty, when usurpers and other powers behind the throne played a dominant role. If the crisis of the monarchy at the end of theXVIIIth and XIXth Dynasties was finally overcome, with the result that new ruling families started a fresh policy of revival, the decline of the XXth Dynasty marked the end of the glorious epoch of the New Kingdom and the devasting collapse of political and social order in Egypt.

 

Preface
Abbreviations and bibliography
Introduction — Egypt and Thebes before the accession of Ramesses XI
1. Chronology of the reign of Ramesses XI - before the Renaissance Era
2. The so-called war of the High Priest Amenhotep
3.Herihor and his Theban "kingship"
4. The administration of the Thebaid at the end of the Ramesside period
5. The career ofTuthmosis the scribe of the necropolis
6. Chronology of the Late Ramesside Letters
7.The Nubian campaign of general Payankh
8. Butehamun and his role in the evacuation of the royal necropolis
9.The aftermath
Index of the documents cited
Plates

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