ÄGYPTEN UND LEVANTE
Internationale Zeitschrift für ägyptische Archäologie und deren Nachbargebiete
EGYPT AND THE LEVANT
International Journal for Egytian Archaeology and Related Disciplines
Sachgebiet:  Ägyptologie
Subject: Egyptology

 

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Founder and Editor in Chief
Manfred Bietak

Ägypten und Levante wird gemeinsam herausgegeben und finanziert durch / Egypt and the Levant is edited and funded by the following institutions
Institut für Orientalische und Europäische Archäologie der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften
Österreichisches Archäologisches Institut
Institute of Mediterranean and Oriental Cultures, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland
Institut für Ägyptologie der Universität Wien
Departments of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations, Yale University

          
Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien            

Preliminaries
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Inhaltsverzeichnis/Contents
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Abkürzungen/Abbreviations
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Manfred Bietak - Ernst Czerny
Vorwort für das Herausgebergremium/ Preface for the Editorial Board page 11
doi: 10.1553/AEundL30s11
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Manfred Bietak
A farewell to our dear friend and colleague Jochen Holger Schutkowski (1956–2020) page 15
doi: 10.1553/AEundL30s15
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E. Christiana Köhler
Of culture wars and the clash of civilizations in Prehistoric Egypt – an epistemological analysis page 17
doi: 10.1553/AEundL30s17
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Barbara E. Barich
Comment to: “Christiana Köhler, Of culture wars and the clash of civilizations in Prehistoric Egypt – An epistemological analysis” page 59
doi: 10.1553/AEundL30s59
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Krzysztof M. Ciałowicz
Of culture wars and the clash of civilizations in Prehistoric Egypt – a different perspective page 67
doi: 10.1553/AEundL30s67
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Stan Hendrickx - Frank Förster
Violence and the early Egyptian state page 77
doi: 10.1553/AEundL30s77
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Mariusz A. Jucha
The so-called “Naqadian expansion” to the north and the new archaeological evidence for the fall and development of Nile Delta settlements during the second half of the IVth Millennium BC page 85
doi: 10.1553/AEundL30s85
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Agnieszka Mączyńska
Shaky foundations of the Egyptian civilisation. Response article to Of culture wars and the clash of civilizations in Prehistoric Egypt – an epistemological analysis by E. Christiana Köhler, Vienna page 95
doi: 10.1553/AEundL30s95
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Andrea Manzo
Clash of civilisations on the First Cataract? A southern point of view, from old assumptions to new complexities page 101
doi: 10.1553/AEundL30s101
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Béatrix Midant-Reynes
Of culture wars and the clash of civilizations in Prehistoric Egypt – an epistemological analysis by E. Christiana Köhler, Vienna. Commentary page 115
doi: 10.1553/AEundL30s115
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Łukasz Jarmużek - Sławomir Rzepka - Agnieszka Ryś
Tell el-Retaba in the 1st Millennium BC. Results of the Polish-Slovak Archaeological Mission, season 2019 page 119
doi: 10.1553/AEundL30s119
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Anna Gręzak
Animal economy at the settlement at Tell el-Retaba in the Third Intermediate Period reconstructed on the basis of faunal remains excavated in seasons 2014–2019 page 157
doi: 10.1553/AEundL30s157
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Claire Malleson
Chaff, dung, and wood: fuel use at Tell el-Retaba. Archaeobotanical investigations in the Third Intermediate Period settlement, Area 9 excavations 2015–2019 page 179
doi: 10.1553/AEundL30s179
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Katarzyna Trzcińska - Anna Wodzińska
‘Pigeon pots’ from Tell el-Retaba page 203
doi: 10.1553/AEundL30s203
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Maria Choleva - Reinhard Jung - Eleftheria Kardamaki
Working on the potter’s wheel: technological insights into Mycenaean pottery production page 219
doi: 10.1553/AEundL30s219
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Sabina Cveček
Throwing their weights around? Anthropological perspectives on commodity and gift exchange at the dawn of the Early Bronze Age in western Anatolia page 283
doi: 10.1553/AEundL30s283
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Francesco I. De Magistris
Yarimuta as the Yarkon River Valley page 301
doi: 10.1553/AEundL30s301
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Aaron M. de Souza
Pots, gold, and viceroys: shifting dynamics of Egyptian-Nubian relations at the transition to the New Kingdom, from the viewpoint of Middle Nubian pottery at Tell Edfu page 313
doi: 10.1553/AEundL30s313
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Filip Franković - Uroš Matić
The lion, the weapon and the warlord: historical evaluation of the early Late Bronze Age Aegean iconography page 343
doi: 10.1553/AEundL30s343
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Haskel. J. Greenfield - Tina L. Greenfield - Elizabeth Arnold - Itzick Shai - Shira Albaz - Aren M. Maeir
Evidence for movement of goods and animals from Egypt to Canaan during the Early Bronze of the southern Levant: A view from Tell eṣ-Ṣâfi/Gath page 377
doi: 10.1553/AEundL30s377
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Alicja Jurgielewicz
The iconography of fish in the Nagada culture page 399
doi: 10.1553/AEundL30s399
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Magdalena Kazimierczak - Konrad Grzyb
Distribution of the pottery coffins and ceramic vessels within the Early Dynastic graves from Tell el-Murra cemetery page 415
doi: 10.1553/AEundL30s415
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Kacper Laube
The lost necropolis and the sacred landscape of Leontopolis (Tell el-Moqdam) page 445
doi: 10.1553/AEundL30s445
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Maciej Makowski
Third-millennium BC clay figurines from Tell Djassa el Gharbi, Tell Abu Hafur and Tell Rad Shaqrah (Syria) page 461
doi: 10.1553/AEundL30s461
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Pierre Meyrat
Goddess ‘name’ or name of a goddess? Astarte and her epithet on the stela of Betu (TBO 760) page 483
doi: 10.1553/AEundL30s483
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Silvia Prell
Hard to pin down – clothing pins in the Eastern Delta of Egypt and their diffusion in the Middle Bronze Age page 495
doi: 10.1553/AEundL30s495
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Krzysztof Radtke
Application of hypothetical square grids to the analysis of proportions of seated human figures in the Old Kingdom relief page 535
doi: 10.1553/AEundL30s535
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Jonathon Wylie - Daniel Master
The conditions for Philistine ethnogenesis page 547
doi: 10.1553/AEundL30s547
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Sharon Zuckerman† - Shlomit Bechar - David Ben-Shlomo - Hans Mommsen - Penelope A. Mountjoy
Neutron activation analysis of Mycenaean pottery from north Israel: reconstruction of Aegean-Levantine trade patterns page 569
doi: 10.1553/AEundL30s569
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