2010. szeptember 14., kedd

A 3. ICYE aktái

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Hudecz András - Petrik Máté (szerk.): Commerce and Economy in Ancient Egypt Proceedings of the Third International Congress for Young Egyptologists 25-27 September 2009, Budapest. BAR S2131. Archaeopress, 2010.

Foreword: Earning a Living in a New Kingdom Village (Jac. J. Janssen);
1) The Olive Tree Cultivation and Trade in Ancient Egypt (Jose M. Alba Gómez);
2) The Economic Component of the Title jmy-r(A) Hmw-nTr ‘Overseer of the God’s Servants’? (Vessela Atanassova);
3) Use and Symbolism of Stone in Statuary: the Imitation of Painted Stones (Dania Bordignon);
4) An Economic Perspective on Relationships between Near Eastern Kingdoms during the Late Bronze Age (Alessandro Cappellini and Sara Caramello);
5) At the Intersection of Trading Routes. Commerce and Economy of Pre- and Early Dynastic Tell el-Farkha (Eastern Nile Delta) (Marcin Czarnowicz);
6) The Oracular Inscription of the High Priest of Amun Menkheperre in the Khonsu Temple at Karnak (Gabriella Dembitz);
7) Business with Gods: The Role of Bargaining in Demotic Letters to Gods and Graeco-Roman Judicial Prayers (Kata Endreffy)
 8) Under the Protection of the Gods: the Divine Role for the Good Outcome of Trade and Mining Expeditions (Barbara Gilli);
9) On Egyptian Wine Marketing (Maria Rosa Guasch);
10) High-status Industries in the Capital and Royal Cities of the New Kingdom (Anna Kathrin Hodgkinson);
11) The Early Egyptian Rulers in the Nile Delta: a View from the Necropolis at Tell el-Farkha (Mariusz A. Jucha);
12) Two Egyptian Private-Law Documents of the Old Kingdom (Evgeniya Kokina);
13) Storage in the Ancient Egyptian Palaces (Giulia Pagliari);
14) Pottery as an Economic Indicator in Egypt’s Marginal Sites (Virpi Perunka);
15) The Grain Trade and the Importance of Egypt for the Economy of the Hellenistic-Roman World: Some Remarks (Marco Rolandi);
16) Inscribed Stone Vessels as Symbols of the Egypto-Achaemenid Economic Encounter (Ian Shaw);
17) Customs Duty in the New Kingdom (Birgit Schiller);
18) Food and Luxury Goods – Animal Remains as an Indicator for Trade Connections Based on the Example of Faunal Material from Ancient Syene/Aswan, Egypt (Johanna Sigl);
19) Maritime Study on North- and Southbound Trade: the Red Sea Harbours (Alessandra Siragusa);
20) Gifts Exchange and Tribute in the Amarna Correspondence (Hanadah Tarawneh);
21) Commercial Routes in Upper Egypt from Naqada II to the Protodynastic: Defining Patterns of Interaction (Elena Valtorta);
22) Lead Weights and Ingots from Heracleion-Thonis: an Illustration of Egyptian Trade Relations with the Aegean (Elsbeth van der Wilt);
23) The Egyptian Economy: Sources, Models and History (David A. Warburton);
24) Trade and Money in Ramessid Egypt: the Use of General Equivalents in Economic Transactions (Andrea Zingarelli).

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