Ramesside Inscriptions, Translated and Annotated, Notes and Comments, Volume 7, Addenda
Ramesside Inscriptions Notes
1. Auflage Mai 2022
384 Seiten, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd
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A useful companion to the seventh volume of K. A. Kitchen's seminal Ramesside Inscriptions
Ramesside Inscriptions: Translated and Annotated Notes and Comments, Volume VII complements the seventh volume of Kitchen's seminal hieroglyphic texts (KRI VII) and its companion volume of translations (KRITA VII) that cover the period between Ramesses I and Ramesses XI.
This newly published reference work contains the supplementary inscriptions which were not included in the original publication (vols. I-VI), as well as improved readings in KRI VII that reflect a better understanding of the ancient sources. Following a practical and efficient format, each text is presented in its historical context and includes a list of principal references, succinct introductory notes, and comments on specific points of historical, biographical, and philological interest.
* Provides detailed notes and comments on the wide range of inscriptions in Kitchen's Ramesside Inscriptions, Volume VII and Translations, Volume VII
* Features new readings based on current scholarship, such as the detailed accounts of mining expeditions during the first years of the reign of Ramesses VII
* Contains inscriptions relating to members of the Ramesside royal family, as well as civil, military, and ecclesiastical administrators.
* Includes discussions of graffiti, funerary monuments, and personal documents from the royal workmen's village of Deir el-Medina
A unique source of knowledge for understanding Ancient Egypt, Ramesside Inscriptions: Translated and Annotated Notes and Comments, Volume VII, is a must-have for academic scholars and advanced students of Egyptology.
the founder of Abercromby Press, a niche publisher specializing in books on Egyptology.
Gabriella Dembitz is a Faculty Member of the Museum of Fine Arts in Budapest, Hungary, and an Associate Member of The French-Egyptian Centre for the Study of the Temples of Karnak.
Shih-Wei Hsu is an Associate Professor of Egyptology in the Department of History at Nankai University, China.
Hana Navratilova is a Lecturer in Egyptology at the University of Reading, UK, and a Faculty Member of the Czech Institute of Egyptology and The National Museum, Czech Republic.