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British Museum Studies in Ancient Egypt and Sudan (BMSAES)
issue 13 (November 2009):


BMSAES 13 contains 11 papers submitted for publication in the Proceedings of the Third International Colloquium on Predynastic and Early Dynastic Egypt, which was held at the British Museum from 27 July to 1 August 2008.


Pottery production at Hierakonpolis during the Naqada II period:
Toward a reconstruction of the firing technique Masahiro Baba
Institute of Egyptology, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan

South Levantine Early Bronze Age chronological correlations with Egypt in light of the Narmer serekhs from Tel Erani and Arad: New interpretations Eliot Braun
W. F. Albright Institute of Archaeological Research, Jerusalem, Israel and Centre de Recherche Français de Jérusalem, Israël

The corpus of pre-firing potmarks from Adaïma (Upper Egypt) Gaëlle Bréand
EHESS-CRPPM, CNRS UMR 5608 "TRACES," Toulouse, France

The development and nature of inequality in early Egypt Juan José Castillos
Uruguayan Institute of Egyptology, Montevideo, Uruguay

The Early Dynastic administrative-cultic centre at Tell el-Farkha Krzysztof M. Cialowicz

Institute of Archaeology, Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland

Egypt and Nubia in the 5th-4th millennia BC: A view from the First Cataract and its surroundings Maria Carmela Gatto Yale University, New Haven, USA

Burial practices of the Final Neolithic pastoralists at Gebel Ramlah, Western Desert of Egypt
Michal Kobusiewicz, Jacek Kabacinski, Romuald Schild, Joel D. Iris and Fred Wendorf

Egyptian engineering in the Early Dynastic period: The sites of Saqqara and Helwan
Angela La Loggia Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia

The corpus of potmarks from Tarkhan Lisa Mawdsley Centre for Archaeology and Ancient History, Monash University, Victoria, Australia

Investigating a new Dynasty 2 necropolis at South Saqqara Ilona Regulski Netherlands-Flemish Institute in Cairo, Cairo, Egypt

Potmarks from Early Dynastic Buto and Old Kingdom Giza:
Their occurrence and economic significance Anna Wodzinska
Institute of Archaeology, University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland

Ancient Egypt

Room 4
Egyptian sculpture
Room 61
Tomb-chapel of Nebamun
Room 62-3
Egyptian death and afterlife: mummies
Room 64
Early Egypt
Room 65
Egypt and Nubia
Room 66
Ethiopia and Coptic Egypt

Ancient Greece and Rome

Room 11
Greece: Cycladic Islands
Room 12a
Greece: Minoans
Room 12b
Greece: Mycenaeans
Room 13
Greece 1050-520 BC
Room 14
Greek vases
Room 15
Athens and Lycia
Room 16
Greece: Bassai sculptures
Room 17
Nereid Monument
Room 18
Greece: Parthenon
Room 19
Greece: Athens
Room 20
Greeks and Lycians
Room 21
Mausoleum of Halikarnassos
Room 22
The world of Alexander
Room 23
Greek and Roman sculpture
Room 69
Greek and Roman life
Room 70
Roman Empire
Room 71
Etruscan world
Room 72
Ancient Cyprus
Room 73
Greeks in Italy
Room 77
Greek and Roman architecture
Room 78
Classical Inscriptions
Room 82
Early Ephesus
Room 85
Roman portraits
Rooms 83-84
Roman sculpture

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