Publications of the Centre
Under the imprints of the Ancient History Documentary Research Centre and the Australian Centre for Egyptology, the ACRC publishes a number of monograph series and a refereed journal.
The Centre collaborates with number of publishers (in particular Brepols [Turnhout, Belgium] and Oxbow [Oxford]) to provide fora for the publication of work by Centre members and postgraduates, as well as other researchers.
The publications of the Centre are:
The Australian Centre for Egyptology Reports publishes the results of ongoing excavations in Egypt by ACRC members.
No 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)
No. 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)
No. 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)
No. 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)
No. 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)
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The series Australian Centre for Egyptology: Studies publishes studies on ancient Egyptian history by members of the ACRC and other scholars.
No. 6: Colin Hope/Ann McFarlane, Akhmim in the Old Kingdom, Part 2: The Pottery, Decoration Techniques and Colour Conventions (2006)
No. 7: Susanne Binder, The Gold of Honour in New Kingdom Egypt (2008)
No. 8: Colin A Hope and Ann McFarlane, Akhmim in the Old Kingdom, Part II: The Pottery, Decoration Techniques and Colour Conventions (Oxford, 2006)
No. 9: Linda Evans, Animal Behaviour in Egyptian Art (2010)
No. 10: Edited by Ann Mcfarlane and Anna-Latifa Mourad, Behind the Scenes "Daily Life in Old Kingdom Egypt" (Oxford 2010)
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The Bulletin of the Australian Centre for Egyptology (BACE) is an annual refereed journal which publishes reports on excavations in Egypt and articles by Australian and international researchers.
Editor: Dr Susanne Binder
The most recent volume is 24 (2013).
- Bon Appetit! Bread and Reed in the Funerary Repast Imagery of the Old and Middle Kingdom by Andrea Kahilbacher (p. 7)
- Ptah-Sokar-Osiris Statuettes from the Mallawi Museum by Heba Mahran (p. 21)
- Asiatics and Abydos: from the Twelfth Dynasty to the early Second Intermediate Period by Anna-Latifa Mourad (p. 31)
- Egyptology and the Study of Art History by Maya Muller (p. 59)
- Egypt in Late Antiquity: the evidence from Ammianus Marcellinus By Alanna Nobbs (p. 81)
- Dictation revisited: The Admonitions of Ipuwer 9.14-10.2, 13.4 and 14.1-4 by Marina Sokolova (p. 89)
- The Egyptianisation of the Pan-Grave Culture: a new look at an old idea by Aaron de Souza (p. 109)
- Chronological Considerations: fragments from the Tomp of Hetepet at Giza By Alexandra Woods and Joyce Swinton (p. 127)
The Corpus Fontium Manichaeorum (Corpus of sources of the Manichaeans) Project is a major international research and publication project sponsored by UNESCO under the aegis of the Integrated Study of the Silk Road. It is a project of the Union of International Academies (Union Académique Internationale UAI) and its sponsoring academy is the Australian Academy of the Humanities. It is also co-sponsored by the British Academy (1990-) and has received major funding from the Australian Research Council, the Arts and Humanities Research Council (UK) and the Chiang Ching Kuo Foundation for International Academic Exchange (Taiwan, ROC) as well as minor funding from the Royal Swedish Academy of History and Letters (1990-91), the Leverhulme Trust (UK, 1990-93), Society of Antiquaries (UK, 1990-94) and the Seven Pillars of Wisdom Trust (UK, 1990-91) in addition to grants from research foundations in Germany and Denmark. The Corpus is published by Brepols of Turnhout (Belgium). The project is also one of the main avenues of publication for the International Association of Manichaean Studies (IAMS).
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This series examines the civilisations along the Silk Road from Europe to East Asia and their characteristic archaeological, artistic, historical, linguistic, numismatic, philosophical and religious aspects. The exchanges that arose along the Silk Road produced intercultural outcomes that go beyond mere syncretism since they generated phenomena that integrated art, religion and philosophy at a deep level. A number of these volumes have been authored by ACRC researchers and produced in the Centre.
Recent Volumes produced in the ACRC
K. Parry (ed.), Art, Architecture and Religion Along the Silk Roads (2009)
I. Gardner, S. Lieu, K. Parry (eds.) From Palmyra to Zayton: Epigraphy and Iconography (2005)
C. Benjamin, S. Lieu (eds.), Walls and Frontiers in Inner-Asian History (2003)
D. Christian, C. Benjamin (eds.), Realms of the Silk Roads: Ancient and Modern (2000)
D. Christian, C. Benjamin (eds.), Worlds of the Silk Roads: Ancient and Modern (1998)
General Editor: A. van Tongerloo
Copies of volumes published in the series Silk Road Studies may be obtained directly through Brepols publishers as well as from other retailers.
M. Choat, Belief and Cult in Fourth-Century Papyri (2006)
B. Neil, Seventh-Century Popes and Martyrs: The Political Hagiography of Anastasius Bibliothecarius (2007)
R. Alston, S. N. C. Lieu (eds.), Aspects of the Roman East. Volume I. Papers in Honour of Professor Fergus Millar FBA (2007)
S. Lieu (ed.), Aspects of the Roman East. Volume II.
Editors in Chief: Samuel Lieu, FAHA and Alanna Nobbs (Macquarie)
Pauline Allen, FAHA (Australian Catholic University)
Brian Croke FAHA (Sydney / Macquarie)
John Davidson (Wellington)
Andrew Gillett (Macquarie)
Geoffrey Greatrex (Ottawa)
Timothy Gregory (Ohio / Macquarie)
Naguib Kanawati FAHA (Macquarie)
Neil McLynn (Keio)
Geoffrey Nathan (University of New South Wales)
Tessa Rajak (Reading)
Roger Scott FAHA (Melbourne)
Nicholas Sims-Williams FBA (London / Cambridge)
Copies of volumes published in the series Studia Antiqua Australiensia may be obtained directly through Brepols publishers as well as from other retailers.