Manfred BIETAK (Hg.)


Ägypten und Levante XXVII
Egypt and the Levant XXVII

Internationale Zeitschrift für ägyptische Archäologie und deren Nachbargebiete
International Journal for Egyptian Archaeology and Related Disciplines

ISSN 1015-5104
Print Edition
ISSN 1813-5145
Online Edition
ISBN 978-3-7001-8212-2
Print Edition
ISBN 978-3-7001-8281-8
Online Edition
Ägypten und Levante 27  doi:10.1553/AEundL27 
2017,  446 Seiten, zahlr. Farb- und SW-Abb. im Text, 29,7x21cm, broschiert
Einzelpreis €  125,-   

Manfred Bietak
ist emer. Professor für Ägyptologie an der Uni Wien


Inhaltsverzeichnis/Contents

Abkürzungen/Abbreviations

Manfred Bietak und Ernst Czerny, Vorwort für das Herausgebergremium/Preface for the Editorial Board

Hanan Charaf, Jean-Paul Thalmann (1946-2017). Nécrologie

Grabungsberichte/ Excavation Reports:

Tell el-Retaba
Sławomir Rzepka, Jozef Hudec, Łukasz Jarmużek, Veronika Dubcová, Lucia Hulková, Anna Wodzińska, and Alena Šefčáková, with an appendix by Eva Stopková, From Hyksos Tombs to Late Period Tower Houses. Tell el-Retaba – Seasons 2015–2016

Sylwia Buławka, Flint Artefacts from Tell el-Retaba. Polish-Slovak Archaeological Mission, Seasons 2010–2016

Alena Šefčáková, Anthropological Observations from Tell el-Retaba

Sai
Julia Budka, Pyramid Cemetery SAC5, Sai Island, Northern Sudan. An Update Based on Fieldwork from 2015–2017


Werkstattgespräche zu Abfallhaufen und kultischen Ablagerungen
Christian Knoblauch and Vera Müller, Contributions to the Workshop “Werkstattgespräche zu Abfallhaufen und kultischen Ablagerungen”

Teresa Bürge, Ritual Depositions versus Garbage Pits: A Re-evaluation of Pottery Deposits and Offering Pits at the Late Bronze Age City of Hala Sultan Tekke, Cyprus

Lucia Hulková and Anna Wodzińska, Rubbish or Technology? A Short Discussion

Vera Müller, Waste, Offerings or Cultic Depositions? An Insight into the Varieties of Depositional Practices in Ancient Egypt

Noga Ayali-Darshan, The Background of the Cedar Forest Tradition in the Egyptian Tale of the Two Brothers in the Light of West-Asian Literature

Daphna Ben-Tor, Ramesside Scarabs Simulating Middle Bronze Age Canaanite Prototypes: Canaanite or Egyptian?

Julia Budka and Tamás Mekis, The Family of Wah-ib-Re I (TT 414) from Thebes

Wojciech Ejsmond, The Necropolis of er-Rizeiqat

Israel Finkelstein, Dafna Langgut, Meirav Meiri and Lidar Sapir-Hen, Egyptian Imperial Economy in Canaan: Reaction to the Climate Crisis at the End of the Late Bronze Age

Israel Finkelstein, Eran Arie, Mario A.S. Martin and Eli Piasetzky, New Evidence on the Late Bronze/Iron I Transition at Megiddo: Implications for the End of the Egyptian Rule and the Appearance of Philistine Pottery

Roman Gundacker,Papyrus British Museum 10056: Ergebnisse einer Neukollationierung und Anmerkungen zur inhaltlichen Auswertung im Rahmen der militärischen Ausbildung Amenophis’ II

Christiana E. Köhler,The Development of Social Complexity in Early Egypt. A View from the Perspective of the Settlements and Material Culture of the Nile Valley

Massimiliano Nuzzolo and Jaromír Krejčí, Heliopolis and the Solar Cult in the Third Millennium BC

Anna-Latifa Mourad, Asiatics and Levantine(-infuenced) Products in Nubia: Evidence from the Middle Kingdom to the Early Second Intermediate Period

Katharina Streit,Transregional Interactions between Egypt and the Southern Levant in the 6th Millennium calBC

Sabine Tschorn,Nun-Schalen aus der Stadt des Neuen Reiches auf der Insel Sai

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Manfred BIETAK (Hg.)


Ägypten und Levante XXVII
Egypt and the Levant XXVII

Internationale Zeitschrift für ägyptische Archäologie und deren Nachbargebiete
International Journal for Egyptian Archaeology and Related Disciplines

ISSN 1015-5104
Print Edition
ISSN 1813-5145
Online Edition
ISBN 978-3-7001-8212-2
Print Edition
ISBN 978-3-7001-8281-8
Online Edition
Ägypten und Levante 27  doi:10.1553/AEundL27 
2017,  446 Seiten, zahlr. Farb- und SW-Abb. im Text, 29,7x21cm, broschiert
Einzelpreis €  125,-   


Manfred Bietak
ist emer. Professor für Ägyptologie an der Uni Wien

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doi:10.1553/AEundL27s381
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The Second Intermediate Period is exemplified by the division of Egypt into several dynasties. As current research proposes, those who held administrative control in the north were of Near Eastern origin, their power likely stemming from commercial ventures initiated in the preceding Middle Kingdom when dynamic trade networks spanned the region. The resulting cultural encounters were complex and multifaceted, with various groups and ideas crossing borders. Yet, shifts in power from the Twelfth Dynasty to the Second Intermediate Period would have feasibly affected such encounters. The evidence examined here focusses on Levantine elements in Nubia: the presence of people of Near Eastern ancestry and products of Levantine influence that crossed the southern borders of Egypt. It concludes with observations on shifts in the nature of these encounters, and how such shifts could be connected to other political and cultural developments associated with the fall of the Middle Kingdom and the beginning of the Second Intermediate Period.

Keywords:  Hyksos Period; Middle Kingdom; Second Intermediate Period; Nubia; Asiatics; intercultural contacts
Published Online:  2017/12/27 09:02:05
Object Identifier:  0xc1aa5576 0x00374164

Inhaltsverzeichnis/Contents

Abkürzungen/Abbreviations

Manfred Bietak und Ernst Czerny, Vorwort für das Herausgebergremium/Preface for the Editorial Board

Hanan Charaf, Jean-Paul Thalmann (1946-2017). Nécrologie

Grabungsberichte/ Excavation Reports:

Tell el-Retaba
Sławomir Rzepka, Jozef Hudec, Łukasz Jarmużek, Veronika Dubcová, Lucia Hulková, Anna Wodzińska, and Alena Šefčáková, with an appendix by Eva Stopková, From Hyksos Tombs to Late Period Tower Houses. Tell el-Retaba – Seasons 2015–2016

Sylwia Buławka, Flint Artefacts from Tell el-Retaba. Polish-Slovak Archaeological Mission, Seasons 2010–2016

Alena Šefčáková, Anthropological Observations from Tell el-Retaba

Sai
Julia Budka, Pyramid Cemetery SAC5, Sai Island, Northern Sudan. An Update Based on Fieldwork from 2015–2017


Werkstattgespräche zu Abfallhaufen und kultischen Ablagerungen
Christian Knoblauch and Vera Müller, Contributions to the Workshop “Werkstattgespräche zu Abfallhaufen und kultischen Ablagerungen”

Teresa Bürge, Ritual Depositions versus Garbage Pits: A Re-evaluation of Pottery Deposits and Offering Pits at the Late Bronze Age City of Hala Sultan Tekke, Cyprus

Lucia Hulková and Anna Wodzińska, Rubbish or Technology? A Short Discussion

Vera Müller, Waste, Offerings or Cultic Depositions? An Insight into the Varieties of Depositional Practices in Ancient Egypt

Noga Ayali-Darshan, The Background of the Cedar Forest Tradition in the Egyptian Tale of the Two Brothers in the Light of West-Asian Literature

Daphna Ben-Tor, Ramesside Scarabs Simulating Middle Bronze Age Canaanite Prototypes: Canaanite or Egyptian?

Julia Budka and Tamás Mekis, The Family of Wah-ib-Re I (TT 414) from Thebes

Wojciech Ejsmond, The Necropolis of er-Rizeiqat

Israel Finkelstein, Dafna Langgut, Meirav Meiri and Lidar Sapir-Hen, Egyptian Imperial Economy in Canaan: Reaction to the Climate Crisis at the End of the Late Bronze Age

Israel Finkelstein, Eran Arie, Mario A.S. Martin and Eli Piasetzky, New Evidence on the Late Bronze/Iron I Transition at Megiddo: Implications for the End of the Egyptian Rule and the Appearance of Philistine Pottery

Roman Gundacker,Papyrus British Museum 10056: Ergebnisse einer Neukollationierung und Anmerkungen zur inhaltlichen Auswertung im Rahmen der militärischen Ausbildung Amenophis’ II

Christiana E. Köhler,The Development of Social Complexity in Early Egypt. A View from the Perspective of the Settlements and Material Culture of the Nile Valley

Massimiliano Nuzzolo and Jaromír Krejčí, Heliopolis and the Solar Cult in the Third Millennium BC

Anna-Latifa Mourad, Asiatics and Levantine(-infuenced) Products in Nubia: Evidence from the Middle Kingdom to the Early Second Intermediate Period

Katharina Streit,Transregional Interactions between Egypt and the Southern Levant in the 6th Millennium calBC

Sabine Tschorn,Nun-Schalen aus der Stadt des Neuen Reiches auf der Insel Sai



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