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By Rachel Mairs, Alice Stevenson

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ISBN-13: 9781842172292

The 6th annual present study in Egyptology symposium happened from 6th-8th January 2005 on the collage of Cambridge. even though the themes lined by way of the papers have been many and sundry, if there's a common topic it'd be that of exploring the borders and parameters of the self-discipline of Egyptology.

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Rachel Mairs and Alice Stevenson October 2005 References Piquette, K. and Love, S. 2005, Preface, in K. Piquette and S. ), Current Research in Egyptology 2003: Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Symposium University College London 2003. Oxbow, Oxford. Symposium Papers Not Included in This Volume Charlotte Booth (Birkbeck College): Nubians in Egyptian Art. Published in expanded form in Booth, C. 2005, The Role of Foreigners in Ancient Egypt: A Study of Non-Stereotypical Artistic Representations. BAR International Series 1426.

It will contain on-site conservation facilities and a climate-controlled environment to ensure that the collection can be conserved in an environment that is both protective and accessible, where visitors will be able to see how objects are conserved. The Panopticon will have a significant impact on the interpretation and teaching of Egyptology, as the displays and access to the collection will enable new and interdisciplinary ways of working. It will open up new ways of access for communities and local groups to continue the work that has been started with the outreach programmes.

As far as we know, the first ka-houses of the latter kind were erected by the kings of the 6th Dynasty (Franke 1994, 118–127; Müller-Wollermann and Vandekerckhove 2001, 331–332). Pepi I erected ka-houses for his own cult throughout the country. We have evidence from Bubastis in the Delta, Memphis, Zawyet el-Meytin, Assiut, Nagada, Elkab and possibly Abydos and Hierakonpolis as well. The extensive list reveals an underlying programmatic strategy. One aim of Pepi I was probably to strengthen the royal presence in the province.

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