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Title: A functional analysis of Egyptian burial equipment from the late Old Kingdom until the end of the Middle Kingdom
Authors: Op de Beeck, Annelies; M9518277
Issue Date: 27-May-2005
Abstract: The study ‘A functional analysis of Egyptian burial equipment from the late Old Kingdom until the end of the Middle Kingdom’ attempts at reconstructing the ritual activities performed the day of burial by analysing the data from ca. 4000 tombs. The study includes nine-case studies and focuses on differences in grave contents according to gender and social differentiation. Chronological and geographical patterns are discerned and for each type of grave goods a functional analysis is carried out. Theresults enable a reconstruction of the ritual activities performed at the day of the burial.
Description: Not available - part 4.: large plates,CD-ROM
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: TH
Appears in Collections:Near Eastern Studies, Leuven
Archaeology, Leuven

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