[EDAL: Egyptian & Egyptological Documents Archives Libraries; Patrizia Piacentini (direttore)]
EDAL: Egyptian & Egyptological Documents Archives Libraries - N. 4
2013 - 2014 , Pontremoli Editore , Milano
Edizione Edizione originale.
Note Indice * Editorial. From the formation of Egyptological archives to Forming Material Egypt — Patrizia Piacentini * Forming Material Egypt: from conference to publication in changing times — Stephen Quirke * The Egypt Exploration Society and Forming Material Egypt: notes for the future — Chris Naunton * Forming Material Egypt: the support of the Friends of the Petrie Museum — Lucia Gahlin & Jan Picton * Re-materialising “state formation”: Hierakonpolis 2.0 — Richard Bussmann * Collecting groups: the archaeological context of the late Middle Kingdom Cemetery a at Harageh — Gianluca Miniaci * The history and research of the Naqada Region Collection Geoffrey — J. Tassie & Joris van Wetering * Museum collections and moving objects in Egypt: an approach to amend the current situation — Maher A. Eissa & Louay M. Saied * John Rankin and John Garstang: funding Egyptology in a pioneering age — Anna Garnett * The antiquities path: from the Sale Room of the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, through dealers, to private and public collections. A work in progress — Patrizia Piacentini * Re-excavating Egypt: unlocking the potential in ancient Egyptian collections in the UK — Margaret Serpico * Between the field and the museum: the ongoing project of archaeological context — Alice Stevenson * Storage issues in Egyptian heritage: risk assessment, conservation needs and policy planning — Abdelrazek Elnaggar * Materiality and the observer: active and passive archaeologies — David Jeffreys * Threats to Egyptian rock-art — Francis Lankester * The Horemheb & Saqqara Project of the Archaeological Museum of Bologna — Daniela Picchi * Challenges and dangers of networking museums databases — Tarek Sayed Tawfik * Abandoned Nubian villages in Upper Egypt: material culture in social anthropological field studies — Lilli Zabrana * Modern “authoritative interpretations” and the (mis)production of the Ptolemaic past — Heba Abd el-Gawad * The planned past: policy and (ancient) Egypt — William Carruthers * Forming and performing material Egypt: archaeological knowledge production and presentation — Paolo Del Vesco * Egyptology in the shadow of class — Wendy Doyon * Find as theme: re-uniting “expert” and “public” agendas in Egyptian collections — Stephen Quirke * Back to the future: policy and practice. Final open-floor discussion, chaired by Okasha El Daly. Summary from notes by Birgit Schoer and Stephen Quirke — Stephen Quirke * The object-interruptive: reflections on the social resonance of the archaeological find — Ayman A. El-Desouky * Afterword from Cairo January 2014 — Tarek Sayed Tawfik * List of Authors * Plates
Descrizione fisica in 4°, brossura, pp. 320; 30 tavole a colori, 26 contributi in inglese.Storia