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Publications

Egyptology - Reports Cover The Australian Centre for Egyptology publishes the following series:

  • The Australian Centre for Egyptology: Reports
  • The Australian Centre for Egyptology: Studies
  • The Bulletin of the Australian Centre for Egyptology
  • Please note: Earlier excavation reports were published by the Ancient History Documentary Research Centre/Macquarie University (1980-1992)
  • Members of the Rundle Foundation for Egyptian Archaeology also receive a quarterly newsletter (archived editions are published below).

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Ancient History Documentary Research Centre/Macquarie University

Publisher

The Ancient History Documentary Research Centre

  • Naguib Kanawati, The Rock Tombs of El-Hawawish: The Cemetery of Akhmim Volumes 1-10 (Sydney, 1980-1992)
  • Naguib Kanawati/Ali el-Khouli/Ann McFarlane/N Maksoud, Excavations at Saqqara North-West of Teti's Pyramid, Volume 1 (Sydney, 1984)
    ISBN: 0-85837-547-8
  • Ali el-Khouli/Naguib Kanawati, Excavations at Saqqara North-West of Teti's Pyramid, Volume 2 (Sydney, 1988) 
    ISBN: 0-85837-626-1
  • Boyo Ockinga/Yahya al-Masri, Two Ramesside Tombs at El Mashayikh, 2 volumes (Sydney, 1988 and 1990) 
    ISBN: 0-85837-632-6 and ISBN: 0-85837-712-8

Index of The Australian Centre for Egyptology: Reports

Publisher

Reports: 1 to 9 The Australian Centre for Egyptology.
Reports: 10 to 30 Aris & Phillips Ltd

Ali El-Khouli/Naguib Kanawati,  Quseir El-Amarna: The Tombs of Pepy-Ankh and Khewen-Wekh  (Sydney, 1989)

ISBN: 0-85837-663-6
2

  • Ali El-Khouli/Naguib Kanawati, The Old Kingdom Tombs of El Hammamiya (Sydney, 1990)

    ISBN: 0-85837-702-1
    3

  • Ali El-Khouli (ed. Geoffrey T. Martin), Meidum (Sydney, 1991)

    ISBN: 0-85837-751-9
    4

  • Naguib Kanawati, The Tombs of El-Hagarsa, vol.1 (Sydney, 1993)

    ISBN: 0-85837-805-1

    5

  • Naguib Kanawati/Ann McFarlane, Deshasha: The Tombs of Inti, Shedu and Others (Sydney, 1993)

    ISBN: 1-86408-064-7

    6

  • Naguib Kanawati, The Tombs of El-Hagarsa, vol.2 (Sydney, 1993)

    ISBN: 1-86408-056-6

    7

  • Naguib Kanawati, The Tombs of El-Hagarsa, vol.3 (Sydney, 1995)

    ISBN: 1-86408-004-3

    8

  • Naguib Kanawati/Ali Hassan, The Teti Cemetery at Saqqara, Volume 1: The Tombs of Nedjet-em-pet, Ka-aper and Others (Sydney, 1996) out of print

    ISBN: 1-86408-259-3

    9

  • Naguib Kanawati/Ali Hassan, The Teti Cemetery at Saqqara, Volume 2: The Tomb of Ankhmahor  (Warminster, 1997) out of print

    ISBN: 0-85668-804-1

    10

  • Boyo Ockinga, A Tomb of the Reign of Tutankhamun at Akhmim (Warminster, 1997)

    ISBN: 0-85668-801-0

    11

  • Naguib Kanawati/Mahmoud Abder-Raziq, The Teti Cemetery at Saqqara, Volume 3: The Tombs of Neferseshemre and Seankhuiptah (Warminster, 1998)

    ISBN: 0-85668-804-5

    12

  • Karin Sowada/Tracey Callaghan/Paul Bentley, The Teti Cemetery at Saqqara, Volume 4: Minor Burials and Other Material (Warminster, 1999)

    ISBN: 0-85668-809-6

    13

  • Naguib Kanawati/Mahmoud Abder-Raziq,  The Teti Cemetery at Saqqara, Volume 5: The Tomb of Hesi  (Warminster, 1999)

    ISBN: 0-85668-814-2

    14

  • Naguib Kanawati/Mahmoud Abder-Raziq,  The Teti Cemetery at Saqqara, Volume 6: The Tomb of Nikauisesi  (Warminster, 2000)

    ISBN: 0-85668-819-3

    15

  • Ann McFarlane,  The Unis Cemetery at Saqqara, Volume 1: The Tomb of Irukaptah  (Warminster, 2000)

    ISBN: 0-85668-818-5

    16

  • Naguib Kanawati,  Tombs at Giza, Volume 1: Kaiemankh (G4561) and Seshemnefer (G4940)  (Warminster, 2001)

    ISBN: 0-85668-805-3

    17

  • Naguib Kanawati/Mahmoud Abder-Raziq,  The Teti Cemetery at Saqqara, Volume 7: The Tombs of Shepsipuptah, Mereri (Merinebti), Hefi and Others  (Warminster, 2001)

    ISBN: 0-85668-806-1

    18

  • Naguib Kanawati,  Tombs at Giza, Volume 2: Seshathetep/Heti (G5150), Nesutnefer (G4970) and Seshemnefer II (G5080)  (Warminster, 2002) out of print

    ISBN: 0-85668-815-0

    19 

  • Naguib Kanawati/Mahmoud Abder-Raziq,  The Unis Cemetery at Saqqara, Volume 2: The Tombs of Iynefert and Ihy (reused by Idut)  (Oxford, 2003)
    ISBN: 0-85668-813-4

     20
  • Ann McFarlane,  Mastabas at Saqqara: Kaiemheset, Kaipunesut, Kaiemsenu, Sehetepu and Others  (Oxford, 2003)
    ISBN: 1-85668-811-8

    21

  • Naguib Kanawati/Mahmoud Abder-Raziq,  Mereruka and his Family, Part 1: The Tomb of Meryteti  (Oxford, 2004)

    ISBN: 0-85668-816-9

    22

  • Boyo Ockinga,  Amenemone the Chief Goldsmith. A New Kingdom Tomb in the Teti Cemetery at Saqqara  (Oxford, 2004)

    ISBN: 0-85668-817-7

    23

  • Naguib Kanawati,  Deir el-Gebrawi, Volume 1: The Northern Cliff  (Oxford, 2005)                      

    ISBN: 0-85668-807-2

    24

  • Naguib Kanawati,  The Teti Cemetery at Saqqara, Volume 8: The Tomb of Inumin  (Oxford, 2006)

    ISBN: 0-85668-810-2

    25

  • Naguib Kanawati,  Deir el-Gebrawi, Volume 2: The Southern Cliff, The Tomb of Ibi and Others  (Oxford, 2007) 

    ISBN: 978-0-85668-808-9
    26

  • Naguib Kanawati/Mahmoud Abder-Raziq,  Mereruka and his Family, Part II: The Tomb of Waatetkhethor  (Oxford, 2008)
    ISBN: 978-0-85668-823-2

    27

  • Boyo Ockinga,  The Tomb of Amenemope (TT148) Vol. I Architecture, Texts & Decoration (Oxford, 2009)
    ISBN: 978-0-85668-824-9

    28

  • Naguib Kanawati,  The Teti Cemetery at Saqqara, Volume 9: The Tomb of Remni  (Oxford, 2009)

    ISBN: 978-0-85668-828-7

    29

  • Naguib Kanawati,  Mereruka and his Family, Part III:I: The Tomb of Mereruka  (Oxford, 2010)

    ISBN: 978-0-85668-829-4

    30

  • Naguib Kanawati,  Mereruka and his Family, Part III:II: The Tomb of Mereruka  (Oxford, 2011)

    ISBN: 978-0-85668-840-9

    31

  • Naguib Kanawati with contributions by E. Alexakis, A.L. Mourad, S. Shafik, N. Victor and A. Woods,  The Cemetery of Meir Vol 1 The Tomb of Pepyankh the Middle. (Oxford, 2011)
    ISBN:
    978-0-85668-845-4

  • 32

  • Naguib Kanawati with contributions by E. Alexakis, S. Ikram, A. McFarlane, M. Schultz, S Shafik, E. Thompson, N. Victor and R. Walker Deir El-Gebrawi, Vol lll, The Southern Cliff, The tomb of Djau/Shemai and Djau . (Oxford, 2011)
    ISBN: 978-0-85668-855-3

  • 33

  • Miral Lashien with contributions by E. Alexakis, A.L. Mourad, S. Ikram, and N. Victor The Chapel of Kahai and his Family . (Oxford, 2013)
    ISBN: 978-0-85668-836-2

  • 34 

  • Naguib Kanawati and Linda Evans  with contributions by E. Alexakis, A. McFarlane, A.L. Mourad, S. Shafik, A. Suleiman, B. Thompson and N. Victor.   The Cemetery of Meir Vol  ll The Tomb of Pepyankh the Black. (Oxford, 2013)
    ISBN: 978-0-85668-841-6  
  • 35 

  • Elizabeth Thompson  with contributions by E. Alexakis, G Hayes, B Ockinga, N Victor and S Winlaw.  The Old Kingdon Cemetery at Tehna Vol  l The Tombs of Nikaiankhl, Nikaiankh ll abd Kaihep. (Oxford, 2014) 
    ISBN:
    978-0-85668-865-2   
  • 36

  • Naguib Kanawati and Linda Evans with a chapter by A.L. Mourad and contributions by E. Alexakis, A. McFarlane, A.L. Mourad, S Shafik, A. Suleiman and N. Victor.  Beni Hassan Vol  l The Tomb of Khnumhotep ll. (Oxford, 2014) 
    ISBN:
    978-0-85668-846-1   
  • 37

  • Anna-Latifa Mourad with contributions by  E. Alexakis, S Shafik, and N. Victor.  The Tomb of Ptahhotep l. (Oxford, 2015) 
    ISBN:
    978-0-85668-851-5
  • 38

  • Naguib Kanawati, Linda Evans, Miral Lashien, Anna-Latifa Mourad and Ashraf Senussi with contributions by  S Shafik, A. Suleiman  and N. Victor.  The Cemetery of Meir Vol lll The Tomb of Niankhepy the Black  (Oxford, 2015) 
    ISBN:
    978-0-85668-856-0
  • Index of Australian Centre for Egyptology: Studies

    Publisher

    Studies: 1 - 3 The Australian Centre for Egyptology.
    Studies: 4 - 9 Aris & Phillips Ltd

    1. Sheila Whale,  The Family in the Eighteenth Dynasty of Egypt. A Study of the Representation of the Family in Private Tombs  (Sydney, 1989) out of print 


      ISBN: 0-85837-670-9
    2. Naguib Kanawati,  Akhmim in the Old Kingdom, Part 1: Chronology and Administration  (Sydney, 1992)

    Tables of Contents for the Bulletin of the Australian Centre for Egyptology (BACE) Titles Volume 1 (1990) to 10 (1999)

    To contribute an article to the BACE, you will need to download the guidelines.

    VOLUME 1 (1990)

    • "Akhenaten and the Amarna Period" by Juliette Bentley, p.7
    • "Queen Hetepheres I" by Gae Callendar, p.25
    • "An Early Treaty of Friendship between Egypt and Hatti" by Dorrie Davis, p.31
    • "Memphis 1989 - The Ptah Temple Complex" by Lisa Giddy, p.39
    • "Excavations at Ismant el-Kharab in the Dakhleh Oasis" by Colin Hope, p.43
    • "Saqqara Excavations shed new light on Old Kingdom history" by Naguib Kanawati, p.55
    • "The Cult of Min in the 3rd Millennium BC" by Ann McFarlane, p.69
    • "Nag el Mashayikh - the Ramesside Tombs" by Boyo Ockinga, p.77
    • "The Place of Magic in the Practice of Medicine in Ancient Egypt" by James Walker, p.85
    • "News from Egypt", p.97

    VOLUME 2 (1991)

    • "Ushabtis in the Macquarie University Ancient History Teaching Collection" by Michael Birrell, p.7
    • "Die Konigsnovelle: an Egyptian Literary Form" by Judith Brophy, p.15
    • "Conservation: a change in attitude" by Gael Callaghan, p.23
    • "A Pyramid Text from Nubia" by Piers Crocker, p.27
    • "Religious Practices in a Pyramid Workmen's Town of the Twelfth Dynasty" by Rosalie David, p.33
    • "The 1991 Excavations at Ismant el-Kharab in the Dakhleh Oasia" by Colin Hope, p.41
    • "Bullfighting in Ancient Egypt" by Naguib Kanawati, p.51
    • "The God Tutu (Tithoes)and his Temple in the Dakhleh Oasis" by Olaf Kaper, p.59
    • "The Royal Secretary Tjay, his family and nameplate" by Kenneth Kitchen, p.69
    • "A Pleated Linen Dress from El-Hawawish" by Ann McFarlane, p.75
    • "The Tomb of Sennedjem at Awlad Azzaz (Sohag)" by Boyo Ockinga, p.81
    • "Dwarfs in the Old Kingdom in Egypt" by Beth Thompson, p.91

    VOLUME 3 (1992)

    • "The Education of Egyptian Scribes" by Gael Callaghan, p.7
    • "The Use of Space in Amarna Architecture: Domestic and Royal Parallels" by Piers Crocker, p.11
    • "The Scientific Investigation of Natsef-Amun, Keeper of the Bulls" by Rosalie David, p.23
    • "A Note on the Psychological and Philosophical Aspects of Egyptian Monotheism" by Kenneth Garven, p.35
    • "Excavations at Ismant el-Kharab - 1992" by Colin Hope, Olaf Kaper and Gillian Bowen, p.41
    • "The Queens of the Old Kingdom and their Tombs" by Peter Janosi, p.51
    • "Ramesside Filial Piety" by Ted Ling, p.59
    • "A Profile of Queen Mutnodjmet" by Eugen Strouhal and Gae Callendar, p.67
    • "Two Unusual Fans in Wall Scenes at El-Hagarsa" by Beth Thompson, p.77
    • "Brief Notes", p.85

    VOLUME 4 (1993) 

    • "Causal Origins of Egyptian Conceptual Thinking" by Kenneth Garven, p.7
    • "A Brief Report on the Excavations at Ismant el-Kharab in 1992" by Gillian Bowen, Colin Hope and Olaf Kaper, p.17
    • "El-Hagarsa and its Mummies" by Naguib Kanawati, p.29
    • "Macquarie University Theban Tombs Project: TT148 Amenemope: Preliminary Report on the 1991/2 and 1992/3 Seasons" by Boyo Ockinga, p.41
    • "Survey at the Edges of Egypt: the Archaeology of Pharaonic Mining and Quarrying" by Ian Shaw, p.51
    • "Creating a God: the Mummification Ritual" by Lana Troy, p.55
    • "Egyptian Medicine and the Gods" by James Walker, p.83

    VOLUME 5 (1994)

    • "The Nature of the Egyptian 'Harim': Dyn 1-20" by Gae Callendar, p.7
    • "The Ptah Temple Complex, Memphis: 1992 Season" by Lisa Giddy, p.27
    • "Isis and Serapis at Kellis: a brief note" by Colin Hope, p.37
    • "Re-excavating and recording Deshasha" by Naguib Kanawati, p.43
    • "Terms for 'Children' in Middle Egyptian: a sociolinguistic view" by David MacDonald, p.53
    • "Another Ramesside Attestation of Usemont, Vizier of Tutankhamun" by Boyo Ockinga, p.61
    • "Ma'et and Isfet" by Harry Smith, p.67

    VOLUME 6 (1995)

    • "The Hereafter: Ancient Egyptian Beliefs with Special References to the Amduat" by Susanne Binder, p.7
    • "Giza: Causes and Concepts" by Hans Goedicke, p.31
    • "The Excavations at Ismant el-Kharab in 1995: a Brief Report" by Colin Hope, p.51
    • "Excavations in the Teti Cemetery at Saqqara, 1994" by Naguib Kanawati, p.59
    • "The Stylistics of Sinuhe: a Corpus Linguistic Study" by David MacDonald, p.69
    • "Egyptomania in Australia" by Robert Merrillees, p.77
    • "Hatshepsut's Election to Kingship: the ba and ka in Egyptian Royal Ideology" by Boyo Ockinga, p.89
    • "Further Evidence of a Coup d'Etat at the End of Dynasty 11?" by Richard Tidyman, p.103

    VOLUME 7 (1996)

    • "Ancient Egyptian Music: Some Literary Evidence" by Robert Anderson, p.7
    • "Circumcision in Ancient Egypt" by Emoke Bailey, p.15
    • "Horemheb and the Struggle for the Throne of Tutankhamun" by Jacobus van Dijk, p.29
    • "Zoser's Funerary Monument (1): Eschatology in Stone" by Hans Goedicke, p.43
    • "Sinuhe: Scholarly Method versus Trendy Fashion" by Kenneth Kitchen, p.55
    • "Macquarie Theban Tombs Project: TT148 the Tomb of Amenemope" by Boyo Ockinga, p.65
    • "The Wearing of Sandals in Old Kingdom Tomb Decoration" by Rodna Siebels, p.75
    • "The Politics of Error: Flinders Petrie at Diaspolis Parva" by Karin Sowada, p.89

    VOLUME 8 (1997)

    • "Helmut Brunner 1913-1997" by Boyo Ockinga, p.7
    • "Was Ay the Father of Kiya?" by Michael Birrell, p.11
    • "The Coffin of Netjer-nakht" by Tracey Callaghan, p.19
    • "Zoser's Funerary Monument (2): the 'Heb-sed' Court" by Hans Goedicke, p.33
    • "The Excavations at Ismant el-Kharab in 1995/6 and 1996/7: a Brief Report" by Colin Hope and Gillian Bowen, p.49
    • "Ankhmahor: a Vizier of Teti" by Naguib Kanawati, p.65
    • "Socio-Economic Aspects of Early Pottery Production in the Nile Delta" by E. Christiana Kohler, p.81
    • "The Circumcisions Scene in the Tomb of Ankhmahor: the First Record of Emergency Surgery?" by Mark Spiegelman, p.91

    VOLUME 9 (1998)

    • "Tutankhamun in the 'King's House' at Amarna? Cairo SR 11575/20647" by Lyla Pinch-Brock, p.7
    • "Report from Abusir 1997/98" by Gae Callendar, p.19
    • "Ancient Egyptian Pottery: a bane or a blessing?" by Peter French, p.27
    • "The 1998 Survey of the Wadi Allaqi and its Tributaries" by Lisa Giddy, p.35
    • "Economic Aspects of the New Kingdom: the Expeditions to the Copper Mines of the Sinai" by Thomas Hikade, p.43
    • "Early Pottery from the Dakhleh Oasis" by Colin Hope, p.53
    • "Two Christian Period Finds on Elephantine Island: an Ostrakon of the Lector Aurelius Papnouthis and a Preliminary Report on a Newly Identified Church" by Michael Jenkins, p.61
    • "Excavations at Helwan - New Insights into Early Stone Masonry" by E. Christiana Kohler, p.65
    • "An Ancient Egyptian Puzzle: Piecing together the Saqqara Tomb of the Overseer of Craftsmen and Chief Goldworker Amenemone" by Boyo Ockinga, p.73
    • "Notes on the Historiography and the History of the Bes-image in Ancient Egypt" by James F. Romano, p.89

    VOLUME 10 (1999)

    • "Textiles from Ismant el-Kharab" by Gillian Bowen, p.7
    • "Tutankhaten in the Paintings of the 'King's House' at Amarna" by M. Eaton-Krauss, p.13
    • "Some Notes on the Prehistoric Decorated Vessels with Boat Scenes" by Gregory Gilbert, p.19
    • "George" by Hans Goedicke, p.39
    • "An Early Dynastic Flint Workshop at Helwan, Egypt" by Thomas Hikade, p.47
    • "The Excavations at Ismant el-Kharab in 1998/99: a Brief Report" by Colin Hope, p.59
    • "The Tomb of Hesi" by Naguib Kanawati, p.67
    • "Irukaptah - A Master Butcher at Saqqara" by Ann McFarlane, p.77
    • "The "Letters to the Dead" and Ancient Egyptian Religion" by Michael O'Donoghue, p.87

    Tables of Contents for the Bulletin of the Australian Centre for Egyptology (BACE) Titles Volume 11(2000) to 20 (2009)

    To contribute an article to the BACE, you will need to download the guidelines.

    VOLUME 11 (2000)

    • "Fencing in Ancient Egypt" by Joan Beck, p.7
    • "Portcullis Stones: Tomb Security during the Early Dynastic Period" by Michael Birrell, p.17
    • "A Small Church at Ismant el-Kharab: Ancient Kellis" by Gillian Bowen, p.29
    • "Kinship and the Emergence of the State in Egypt" by Marcelo Campagno, p.35
    • "Excavations at Ismant el-Kharab in 2000: a Brief Report" by Colin Hope, p.49
    • "Notes on the Tomb of Setka at Qubbet el-Hawa, Aswan" by Michael Jenkins, p.67
    • "Excavatons in the Early Dynastic Cemetery at Helwan: a Preliminary Report of the 1998/99 and 1999/00 Seasons" by E. Christiana Kohler, p.83
    • "Akhenaten: Monotheist? Polytheist?" by Rolf Krauss, p.93
    • "Theban Tomb 233 - Saroy Regains an Identity" by Boyo Ockinga, p.103

    VOLUME 12 (2001)

    • "Seila Pyramid/Fag el-Gamous Cemetery Project: Report of the 2000 Season" by C.W.Griggs, P.Evans, K.South, G.Homsey, A.Ellington and N.Iskander, p.7
    • "Romans in Upper Egypt in 116BC" by Tom Hillard and Lea Beness, p.25
    • "Excavations at Ismant el-Kharab and Mut el-Kharab in 2001" by Colin Hope, p.35
    • "A Female Guard buried in the Teti Cemetery" by Naguib Kanawati, p.65
    • "Two Decorated Blocks from the Temple of Seth in Mut el-Kharab" by Olaf Kaper, p.71
    • "A Statuette Fragment and a Jar Sealing of the 'Heresy' Period" by Geoffrey T. Martin, p.79
    • "Representations of Granaries in the Old Kingdom" by Rodna Siebels, p.85

    VOLUME 13 (2002)

    • "Morphological Characteristics of Hair of Egyptian Mummies Compared with Hair from US Caucasoids, Mediterranean Workers and Chinese" by T. B. Ball, C. W. Griggs, M. Kuchar, R. Phillips, N. Iskander and W. M. Hess, p.7
    • "Some Remarks and Cult Installations in the Late Period Shaft Tombs in Egypt" by Ladislav Bares, p.17
    • "The Innovations of Hatshepsut's Reign" by Gae Callendar, p.29
    • "Poisonous Geckos: the Validity of an Ancient Egyptian Belief" by Linda Evans, p.47
    • "Some Reflections about Avaris" by Hans Goedicke, p.57
    • "The 'King's Son of Kush' Paser (II), Son of the 'High Priest of Min and Isis' Minmose" by Alexandre Herrero, p.71
    • "Excavations at Mut el-Kharab and Ismant el-Kharab in 2001/2" by Colin Hope, p.85
    • "Queen Nefertari and the Frog: on an Amphibious Element in the Vignette to BD94" by Olaf Kaper, p.109
    • "On the Chronology of Tell el-Ghaba, North Sinai" by Silvio Lupo and Susana Basilico, p.127
    • "Excavations at Dra Abu el-Naga: Report on the Nov-Dec 2000 and Jan-Feb 2002 Seasons" by Boyo Ockinga, p.135
    • "Some Old Kingdom Execration Figures from the Teti Cemetery" by Joachim Quack, p.149

    VOLUME 14 (2003)

    • "Representations of Costume in New Kingdom Offering Bearer Scenes" by Leonie Donovan, p.7
    • "Nepotism in the Egyptian Sixth Dynasty" by Naguib Kanawati, p.39
    • "The Chemical Analysis of Two Egyptian Artefacts" by T. Quickenden, K. Poon, J. Creamer, L. Byrne, G. Pooley and A. Reeder, p.61
    • "The Term 'Love' in the Amarna Letters" by Graciela Singer, p.81
    • "An Unusual Aten Stela from Amarna" by Anna Stevens, p.85
    • "The Depiction of Wives of Tomb Owners in the Later Old Kingdom" by Joyce Swinton, p.95
    • "Maximilian Ferdinand Weidenbach - Member of the Royal Prussian Expedition to Egypt 1842-1845" by Franz Thrupp, p.111
    • "The Tomb of Meryneith at Saqqara. Results of the Dutch Mission 2001-2003" by Rene van Walsem, p.117

    VOLUME 15 (2004)

    • "The Praying Mantis in Ancient Egypt" by Linda Evans, p.7
    • "The Excavations at Ismant el-Kharab and Mut el-Kharab in 2004" by Colin Hope, p.19
    • "The Interrelation of the Capital and the Provinces in the Sixth Dynasty" by Naguib Kanawati, p.51
    • "The Dance of the 'mww'" by Lesley Kinney, p.63
    • "Seven Years of Excavations at Helwan in Egypt" by E. Christiana Kohler, p.79
    • "Two Old Kingdom Tombs at Gohaina" by Yahia el-Masri, p.89
    • "Egyptology in Australia: Past, Present and Future" by Ann McFarlane, p.107
    • "TT147 - Observations on its Owners and Erasures" by Boyo Ockinga, p.121
    • "Deconstructing, Deciphering and Dating the Donkey in Old Kingdom Wall Paintings and Relief" by Ronika Power, p.131

    VOLUME 16 (2005)

    • "The Historical Inscription on Queen Hatshepsut's Chapelle Rouge: Part 1: bi3.yt "wonder" and the Divine Oracle" by Todd Gillen, p.7
    • "The Historical Inscription on Queen Hatshepsut's Chapelle Rouge: Part 2: Translation" by Todd Gillen, p.15
    • "How to Pass on the Skill of Flint-knapping: Two Flint Knives from Helwan" by Thomas Hikade, p.29
    • "Report on the Excavations at Ismant el-Kharab and Mut el-Kharab in 2005 with Appendices" by Colin Hope, p.35
    • "A Note on Wall Paintings in B/3/1 at Ismant el-Kharab" by Helen Whitehouse, p.47
    • "Report on a Study of Sheikh Muftah Pottery at Mut el-Kharab" by Ashten Warfe, p.50
    • "Was there a Purpose for the Use of West-Semitic in the Amarna Letters from Syria-Palestine?" by Luis Siddall, p.85
    • "An Interloper Revealed: DNA Analysis and the Identity of an Egyptian Mummy" by Karin Sowada, Carney Matheson, Allan Spigelman and Mark Spieglman, p.101
    • "25 Years of Egyptological Publications by Macquarie University", p.117

    VOLUME 17 (2006)

    • "The Dating of Four Funerary Stelae of the Twelfth Dynasty" by Des Bright, p.7
    • "Brief Report on the 2006 Excavations at Ismant el-Kharab" by Colin Hope et al., p.23
    • "Recent Work in the Tomb of Djau at Deir el-Gebrawi" by Naguib Kanawati, p.69
    • "New Discoveries in the Tomb of Khety in Asyuit" by Mahmoud el-Khadragy, p.79
    • "In the Womb" by Lise Manniche, p.97
    • "Ladies and Gentlemen or Gentlemen and Ladies? On the Order of Conjoined Gendered Nouns in Egyptian" by Carsten Peust, p.113
    • "A Review of Tattooing in Ancient Egypt" by Kelvin Poon and Terry Quickenden, p.123
    • "The Composite Fishing and Fowling Scene in the Tomb of Remni at Saqqara" by Alexandra Woods, p.137

    VOLUME 18 (2007)

    • "Tombs of the Late Old Kingdom West of the White Ministry (Sohag)" by Magdy el Badry, p.5
    • "Brief Report on the 2007 Excavations at Ismant el-Kharab" by Colin Hope, Gillian Bowen, Wendy Dolling and Paul Kucera, p.7
    • "A Late Middle Kingdom Parallel for the 'Incipit' of Book of the Dead, Chapter 22" by Jacobus van Dijk, p.21
    • "The Curious Case of the Mummified Pigeon" by Linda Evans, p.53
    • "Pre-Amarna Tomb Chapels in the Teti Cemetery North at Saqqara" by Beatrix Gessler-Lohr, p.65
    • "Controlling Human Suffering: Terminology of Divine Mercy in Ancient Egypt and in Ancient Israel" by Eve Guerry, p.109
    • "Fishing, Fowling and Animal Handling in the Tomb of Djefaihapi I at Asyuit" by Mahmoud el-Khadragy, p.125
    • "Dancing on a Time Line: Visually Communicating the Passage of Time in Ancient Egyptian Wall Art" by Lesley Kinney, p.145

    VOLUME 19 (2008)

    • "The Church of Deir Abu Metta and a Christian Cemetery in Dakhleh Oasis: a Brief Report" by Gillian Bowen, p.7
    • "Guaranteeing the 'Pax Aegyptiaca'? Re-assessing the Role of Elite Offspring as Wards and Hostages within the New Kingdom Egyptian Empire in the Levant" by Paul Cowie, p.17
    • "Metalworking at Amarna: a Preliminary Report" by Mark Eccleston, p.29
    • "The Excavations at Mut el-Kharab, Dakhleh Oasis in 2008" by Colin Hope et al., p.49
    • "The Use of Stone in Early Dynastic Egyptian Construction" by Angela la Loggia, p.73
    • "Ceramics at Mut el-Kharab, Dakhleh Oasis: Evidence of a New Kingdom Temple" by Richard Long, p.95
    • "The Naos of King Darius I" by Heba Mahran, p.111
    • "New Tombs at el-Moalla and the Family of Ankhtify" by Yahia el-Masry, p.119
    • "Theban Tomb 147: its Owner and Erasures Revisited" by Boyo Ockinga, p.139

    VOLUME 20 (2009)

    • The Church of Deir Abu Metta, Dakhleh Oasis: a Report on the 2009 Excavation by Gillian E. Bowen, p.7
    • A Coffin of Imported Conifer Wood from Saite Period Saqqara byDonald Chiou and Karin Sowada, p.27
    • A Metalworking Servant Statue from the Oriental Institute, University of Chicago by  Christopher J. Davey, p.37
    • Report on the 2009 Season of Excavations  at Mut el-Kharab, Dakhleh Oasis by Colin A. Hope, Gillian E. Bowen,  Jessica Cox,  Wendy Dolling, James Milner and  Amy Pettman, p.47
    • The so-called Pilgrimage in the Old Kingdom: its Destination and Significance  by Miral Lashien, p.87
    • A  Talatat Block in the Mallawi Museum by Heba Mahran, p.109
    • Facing up to Cruelty  by Marcus Müller, p.115

    Tables of Contents for the Bulletin of the Australian Centre for Egyptology (BACE) Titles Volume 21(2010)  onward

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    VOLUME 21 (2010)

    • The 2010 Field Season at Deir Abu Metta, Dakhleh Oasis by G.E. Bowen, L. Falvey, C.A. Hope, D. Jones, J. Petkov,& L. Woodfield, p.7
    • Report on the 2010 Season of Excavations at Ismant el-Kharab, Dakhleh Oasis, by C.A. Hope, D. Jones, L. Falvey, J. Petkov, H. Whitehouse & K. Worp, p.21
    • Beer Jars of Mut el-Kharab, Dakhleh Oasis: Evidence of Votive Activity in the Third Intermediate Period by Caroline Hubschmann, p.55
    • Enigmatic Scenes of Intimate Contact with Dogs in the Old Kingdom by Beverley Miles, p.71
    • The so-called Pilgrimage in the Old Kingdom: its Destination and Significance  by Miral Lashien, p.87
    • A Late Period Tomb Structure in the Teti Cemetery North? by Boyo Ockinga, p.89
    • The Louvre Stela C 211 by Ali Radwan, p.99
    • The Date of a Mummified Head in the Nicholson Museum, Sydney by K.N. Sowada, G. Jacobsen, F. Bertuch, & A. Jenkinson, p.115
    • The Engaged Statues of the Old Kingdom Tombs at Tehna in Middle Egypt    by Elizabeth Thompson, p.123
    • The Royal Kilt in Non-Royal Iconography? The Tomb Owner Fowling and Spear-Fishing in the Old and  Middle Kingdom, by Lubica Zelenková, p.141

    VOLUME 22 (2011)

    • The 2011 Field Season at Deir Abu Metta, Dakhleh Oasis by Gillian Bowen,  p.7
    • The Pyramid Texts and Tomb Decoration in Dynasty Six: The Tomb of Mehu at Saqqara by John Burn, p.17
    • Notes on the Statuary from the Galarza Tomb in Giza by Vivienne G. Callender, p.35
    • The Geographic and Cosmographic Expression T3-ntr by Julien Cooper, p.47
    • A Case of Sibling Scribes in Coptic Thebes by Jennifer Cromwell, p.67
    • Devouring the Enemy: Ancient Egyptian Metaphors of Domination by Arlette David, p.83
    • Narrative in Old Kingdom Wall Scenes: The Progress through Time and Space by Miral Lashien, p.101
    • Upper Egyptian Vessels at Tell el-Ghaba, North Sinai: Local Elite Sumptuary Objects by Silvia Lupo and Maria Beatriz Cremonte, p.115
    • Dating an Oil Lamp of Multicultural Design by Samah Mahmood, p.129
    • Siege Scenes of the Old Kingdom by Anna-Latifa Mourad, p.135

    VOLUME 23 (2012)

    • Bir Bihit: Preliminary Report on the 2012 Field Season by Victor Ghica and Yann Tristant,  p.7
    • The Eighteenth Dynasty Banquet: a Portal to the Gods by Mary Hartley, p.15
    • Hathor in 'Spheres of Belonging': The Goddess in Non-royal Tombs of New Kingdom Thedes by Alice McClymont, p.45
    • Reconsidering the Term 'Eldest Son/Eldest Daughter' and Inheritance in the Old Kingdom by Kim McCorquodale, p.71
    • A Ramesside Funerary Stela in the South Australian Museum by Anne Morrison and Michael O'Donoghue, p89
    • The Decipherment of Hieroglyphs and Richard Lepsius by Wolfgang Schenkel, p 105

    VOLUME 24 (2013)

    • Bon Appetit! Bread and Reed in the Funerary Repast Imagery of the Old and Middle Kingdom  by Andrea Kahilbacher. Page 7
    • Ptah-Sokar-Osiris Statuettes from the Mallawi Museum  by Heba Mahran. Page 21
    • Asiatics and Abydos: from the Twelfth Dynasty to the early Second Intermediate Period  by Anna-Latifa Mourad. Page 31
    • Egyptology and the Study of Art History   by Maya Muller. Page 59
    • Egypt in Late Antiquity: the evidence from Ammianus Marcellinus     By Alanna Nobbs. Page 81       
    • Dictation revisited: The Admonitions of Ipuwer 9.14-10.2, 13.4 and 14.1-4    by Marina Sokolova.Page 89
    • The Egyptianisation of the Pan-Grave Culture: a new look at an old idea    by Aaron de Souza.Page 109
    • Chronological Considerations: fragments from the Tomp of Hetepet at Giza   By Alexandra Woods and Joyce Swinton. Page 127     
    ISBN: 978-1-74138-408-6            

    VOLUME 25 (2014)

    • The diary of Max Weidenbach in the South Australian Museum: a new source on the Prussian expedition to Egypt 1842-1945  by Susanne Binder. Page 9
    • A record of a Red Sea sojourn at Beni Hassan: The journeys of Ameny/Amenemhat and Relative Place-names by Julien Cooper.   Page 31
    • A work in progress: Communicating a sense of process in workshop scenes of the Old Kingdom  by Michelle Hampson. Page 51
    • A bronze Oxyrhynchus fish in the Museum of Ancient Cultures, Macquarie University  by Nicole K. Leong and Danielle Sass. Page 73
    • Interpreting a curious architectural element in the tomb of Khnumhotep ll at Beni Hassan  by Sameh Shafik. Page 89
    • Rich metaphors and poor scribes: The Admonitions of Ipuwer 2.5, 5.7-9, 13.14-14.1, 13.9-14.5.    By Marina Sokolova. Page 101      
    • A relief from the tomb of the Memphite Mayor Ptahmose in the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University    by Nico Staring.Page 117
    • Strangers in a strange land: the Australian Museum's collection of Egyptian human remains housed in the Museum of Ancient Cultures at Macquarie University    by Yann Tristant, Ronika K. Power, Ellen Ryan and John Magnussen.Page 147
    ISBN: 978-1-74138-432-1

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