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The following is a bibliography of useful materials for your courses and field work at Amheida.

Most of these will be available in hard copy or on pdf in the dighouse library. We strongly

encourage you to read some of the works that particularly interest you prior to arrival in the oasis.

Dakhleh Oasis, and the Oases generally

Anthes, R. (1930). Eine Polizeistreife des Mittleren Reiches in die westliche Oase, ZAS 65: 108Aufrere, S, et alli. (1994). Sites et temples des déserts. De la naissasnce de la civilisation pharaonique à l’epoque greco-romaine. Paris: Editions Errance. Ch. 4.

Aufrère, S. (2000). Et les oasis? Relations entre les oasis mériodionales et Thèbes, Egypte, Afrique et Orient 18: 41-44.

Bagnall, R. S.; D. Rathbone (2004). Egypt from Alexander to the Copts: An Archaeological and Historical Guide. London.

Ball, John. (1900). 1872-1941. Kharga Oasis : its topography and geology. Cairo : National Printing Dept.

Ball, J. (1933). Further Remarks on the Kharga Oasis. Geog. Jounal, 81.6.

Barich, B. E. (2002) Archaeology of Farafra Oasis (Western Desert, Egypt)—A Survey of the most recent Research. Archéo-Nil 12: 101-108.

Barich, B. E. (1999). The archaeology of Farafra Oasis. Egyptian Archaeology 15: 37-39.

Bates, O. (1909). Kharga. London.

Beadnell, Hugh John Llewellyn. (1909). An Egyptian oasis : an account of the oasis of Kharga in the Libyan desert, with special reference to its history, physical geography, and water-supply.

London : J. Murray.

Bliss, F. and J. Osing. (1985). Oases of Egypt. v. 3.

Blundell, H. W., (1894). Notes sur une excursion ˆ Khargueh, Dakhleh, Farafrah, Bull Soc. Khediviale Geogr. 4 serie: 267-87.

Bonacasa, N. et al., eds. (2001). The Culture of the Oasis from the Antiquity to the Modern Age: El Kharga 22-27 October 1998. Cairo: Instituto Italiano di Cultura.

Bowen, Gillian E. and Colin A. Hope (2000). The Oasis Papers III: Proceedings of the Third International Conference of the Dakhleh Oasis Project. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Brugsch, Heinrich Karl. (1878). Reise nach der grossen Oase El Khargeh in der libyschen Wüste :

Beschreibung ihrer Denkmäler und wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen über das Vorkommen der Oasen in den altägyptischen Inschriften auf Stein und Papyrus. Leipzig : J. C. Hinrichs.

Cailliaud, F. (1908). Travels in the Oasis of Thebes and in the Deserts Situated East and West of the Thebaid, in the Years 1815, 16, 17 and 18. London, Sir Richard Phillips & Co.

Churcher, C.S., and A.J. Mills (eds) (1999). Reports from the Survey of the Dakhleh Oasis 1977Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Cook, Megan and Peter Sheldrick. (2002). Microns, Microbes, Microscopes and Molecules. In The Oasis Papers: Proceedings from the First International Symposium of the Dakhleh Oasis Project. Ed. Mandy Marlow. New York: Oxbow Books, 101-109.

Darnell, D. Predynastic and Pharaonic Activity in Kharga Oasis and Beyond: New Cermaic

Evidence from the Desert Routes, Dawn of Egyptology, Cairo:

Décobert, C. (1981). Linteaux à épigraphes de l’oasis de Dakhla. Le Caire: IFAO.

Drovetti, M. (1822). Itinerary of an Excursion to the Valley of Dakel. In New Voyages and Travels, vol. VII. Sir Richard Phillips and Co, London.

Edmonstone, A. (2004). A Journey to Two of the Oases of Upper Egypt. Elibron Classics.

Fakhry, A. (1942 and 1950), Bahria Oasis. 2 vols. Cairo.

Fakhry, A. (2003). The Oases of Egypt I: Siwa Oasis. Cairo: AUC Press.

Fakhry, A. (2003). Bahriyah and Farafra. New York: AUC Press.

Friedman, R., ed. (2002). Egypt and Nubia: Gifts of the Desert. London: British Museum Press.

Gascou, J. and G. Wagner (1979). Deux voyages archéologiques dans l'oasis de Khargeh. BIFAO 79: 1-20.

Giddy, Lisa (1987). Egyptian Oases: Bahariya, Dakhla, Farafra and Kharga During Pharaonic Times. Aris and Philips LTD.

Gosline, S. L. (1990). Bahariya Oasis Expedition Season Report for 1988 Part I: Survey of Qarat Hilwah. San Antonio: Van Siclen Books.

Grolier, M. J., et al. (1980). Yarangs of the Western Desert. Geographic Journal 146.1: 86-87.

[Electronic].

Harding-King, W. J. (1925). Mysteries of the Libyan Desert: A Record of Three Years of Exploration in the Heart of that Vast and Waterless Region. London.

Harding-King, W. J. (1925). The Dakhla-Owenat Road. The Geographic Journal 65.2: 153-156.

[Electronic] Hassanein Bey, A.M. (1925) The Lost Oases. New York: Century Co.

Herbitch, T. and T. N. Smekalova (2001). Dakhleh Oasis Magnetic Survey 1999-2000, in M.

Gawlikowski and W. A. Daszewski (eds), Polish Archaeology in the Mediterranean XII, Reports 2000, 259–262.

Hewison, R. N. (2001). The Fayoum: History and Guide. Cairo: AUC Press.

Hope, C.A. and A.J. Mills eds. (1999). Dakhleh Oasis Project: Preliminary Reports on the 1992and 1993-1994 Field Seasons. Oxford: Oxbow books.

Hope, Colin A. and Gillian E. Bowen (eds) (2002). Dakhleh Oasis Project: Preliminary Reports on the 1994-1995 to 1998-1999 Field Seasons. Oxford: Oxbow books.

Hoskins, George Alexander. 1837. Visit to the Great Oasis of the Libyan Desert; with an account, ancient and modern, ofthe oasis of Amun, and the other oases now under the dominion of the pasha of Egypt. London, Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green & Longman.





Huntington, E. (1910). The Libyan Oasis of Kharga. Bulletin of the American Geographic Society 42.9: 641-661. [Electronic] Hussein, Aleya (2001). The Roman Family in Kharga & Dakhla Oasis. In The Culture of the Oasis

from the Antiquity to the Modern Age: El Kharga 22-27 October 1998, ed, N. Bonacasa, et al. Cairo:

Instituto Italiano di Cultura, pp. 269-274.

Ikram, S. and C. Rossi. (2002-03). Surveying the North Kharga Oasis, KMT13.4: 72-79.

Ikram, S., C. Rossi, et al. (2004). ‘North Kharga Oasis Survey 2001-2002 Preliminary Report: Ain Gib and Qasr el-Sumayra’, MDAIK 60: 69-92.

Ikram, S. 2007. The North Kharga Oasis Survey: A Brief Overview. In Proceedings of the Ninth International Congress of Egptologists Grenoble, 6-12 Septembre 2004, ed. J.-C. Goyon and C.

Cardin. Leuven: Peeters.

Kaper, O. (1992). Egyptian toponyms of Dakhla Oasis, BIFAO 92: 117-32.

Kaper, O. (2002). Local perceptions of the Fertility of the Dakhleh Oasis in the Roman Period. In The Oasis Papers: Proceedings from the First International Symposium of the Dakhleh Oasis Project. Ed. Mandy Marlow. New York: Oxbow Books, 70-79.

Kuhlmann, Klaus Peter. (2002). "The "Oasis Bypath" or the Issue of Desert Trade in Pharaonic Times." In Tides of the Desert: Contributions to the Archaeology and Environmental History of Africa in Honour of Rudolph Kuper, edited by J. 8, pp. 125-170. Heinrich Barth Institut, Köln.

Limme, L. (1973). Les oasis de Khargeh et Dakhleh d’après les documents égyptiens..., CRIPEL 1, Lille, p. 41-58.

Marlow, C.A. and A.J. Mills (1994). The Oasis Papers: Proceedings of the First International Symposium of the Dakhleh Oasis Project. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Marlow, C.A. (2002). Miscarriages and Infant Burials in the Dakhleh Cemeteries: an Archaeological Examination of Status. In The Oasis Papers: Proceedings from the First International Symposium of the Dakhleh Oasis Project. Ed. Mandy Marlow. New York: Oxbow Books, Limited, 105-09.

Maury, B. (1979). Toponymie tradionnelle de l’ancinne piste joignant Kharga à Dakhla, Hommages à Serge Sauneron II. Cairo: IFAO, 365-75.

Mills, A. J. (1979). ‘Dakhleh Oasis Project Reports on the First Season of Survey October-December 1978’, Journal of the Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities 10.4: 175-92.

Mills, A. J. (1990 [1993]). The Dakhleh Oasis Project: Reports on the 1988-1992 Field Seasons.

Journal of the Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities 20: 1-23. [Electronic] Molto, J.E. (1986). Human Skeletal Remains from the Dakhleh Oasis, Egypt. Journal of the Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities 16. 3-4: 119-127.

Naumann, R. (1939). Bauwerke der Oase Khargeh. MDAIK 8: 8-15.

Oliver, Francis Wall. (s.n 1930-1931). Oasis impressions : being a visit to the Egyptian oasis of Kharga. Norwich, England.

Osing, J. (1982). Denkmäler der Oase Dachla: aus dem Nachlass von Ahmed Fakhry. Mainz am Rhein: v. Zabern.

Osing, Jürgen. (1985). Ägyptische Namen der Oase Charga in arabischer Überlieferung. GM 87:

55-62.

Osing, Jürgen. (1985). Die ägyptischen Namen für Charga und Dachla. In: Fs Mokhtar 2, pp. 179Osing, Jürgen. (1986). Notizen zu den Oasen Charga und Dachla, GM 92: 79-85 Picon, M., Vichy, M. and P. Ballet (2005). L’alun des oasis occidentales d’Égypte: Reserches sur

le terrain et recherches en laboratoire. In L’alun de Méditerranée (Naples and Aix-en-Provence):

43-58 [Off-print: Electronic].

Redford, D.B. (1976). The oases in Egyptian history to Classical times, Part I- to 2100 B.C.

Journal of the Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities 7: 7-10 Reddé, M. (1989). Les oasis d'Égypte. JRA 2: 281-90.

Shahat, Mona El (2001). Were the Oases Used a san Isolation and Quarantine Zone in teh Ptolemaic Period?. In The Culture of the Oasis from the Antiquity to the Modern Age: El Kharga 22-27 October 1998, ed, N. Bonacasa, et al. Cairo: Instituto Italiano di Cultura, pp. 245-253.

Sheldrick, P. (2007). The People of the Dakhleh Oasis. Ancient Egypt 7: 19-23.

Vivian, Cassandra. (2000). Western Desert of Egypt: An Explorer’s Handbook. Cairo: AUC.

Valloggia, M. (2004). Les oasis d’Égypte dans l’Antiquité. Paris: Infolio.

Wagner, G. (1973). Inscriptions Grecques Des Oasis de Dakhleh et Baharieh. BIFAO 73: 177-192 Wagner, G. (1987). Les Oasis d’Egypt. Caire: IFAO.

Willeitner, J. (2002). Die ägyptischen Oasen : Städte, Tempel und Gräber in der libyschen Wüste.

München : Von Zabern Winlock, Herbert E. (1936). Ed Dakhleh Oasis: Journal of a Camel Trip made in 1908. New York: MMA.

Dakhleh Oasis Project Annual Reports http://arts.monash.edu.au/archaeology/excavations/dakhleh/index.php#reports The Western Desert generally Almasy, L. (1937). Le Désert Libique.

Almasy, L. (1939). Unbekannte Sahara. Leipzig: Brockhaus.

Bagnold, R. A. (1931). Journeys in the Libyan Desert, 1929 and 1930. Geog. Jounal, 78.1.

Bagnold, R. A. (1933). A Further Journey Through the Libyan Desert. Geog. Jounal, 82.3.

Bagnold, R. (1935). Libyan Sands: Travel in a Dead World. Bristol.

Berman, R.A. (1934) Historical problems of the Western Desert. The Geographical Journal 83, 6:

456-463.

Briggs, L. C. (1960). Tribes of the Sahara.

Campbell, D. (1935). Camels through Libya. London: Seeley Service and Co.

Darnell, J. and D. Darnell. (1997). New Inscriptions of the Late First Intermediate Period from the Theban Western Desert and the Beginnings of the Northern Expansion of the Eleventh Dynasty, JNES 56: 250. [Electronic] Darnell, J. (2002). Theban Desert Road Survey in the Egyptian Western Desert. Chicago: OI Darnell, J. And A. el-Hakim Haddad. (2003). A Stela of the Reign of Tutankhamun from the Region of Kurkur Oasis. SAK 31: 73-91 [Electronic] Darnell, J. (2004). The Route of Eleventh Dynasty Expansion into Nubia, ZAS 131.1: 23-37.

El Daly, O. (2000). Early Medieval Arabic Travel Writings, Desert Travellers from Herodotus to T.E. Lawrence, J. Starkey and O. el Daly, eds, Durham: Astene, pp. 21-32.

Richardson, S. (1999). Libya Domestica: Libyan Trade and Society on the Eve of the Invasions of Egypt. JARCE 36, 149–64. [Electronic] Predynastic and Indigenous cultures in Dakhleh & the oases Barich, B. E. (2001). Prehistoric Research in a Desert Area: Excavating a 7000 year-old Settlement at Farafra. In The Culture of the Oasis from the Antiquity to the Modern Age: El Kharga 22-27 October 1998, ed, N. Bonacasa, et al. Cairo: Instituto Italiano di Cultura, pp. 21-27.

Barich, Barbara E. (2004). Archaeological Research in the Farafra Oasis (Egypt): Contribution to

the Study of Early Cultivation in the Eastern Sahara, in Combining the Past and the Present:

Archaeological Perspectives on Society: Proceedings from the Conference “Prehistory in a Global perspective” held in Bergen August 31st –September 2nd 2001, in Honour of Professor Randi

Haaland’s 60th Anniversary. Edited by Terje Oestigaard, Nils Anfiset and Tore Saetersdal. Oxford:

Archaeopress. Pp 143-147.

Barich, Barbara E. and Giulio Licarini. (2008). The Nile Valley Seen from the Oases. The

Contribution of Farafra.” Egypt at its Origins 2. B. Midant-Reynes and Y. Tristant ed. Dudley, MA:

Uitgeverij Peeters en Departement Oosterse Studies.

Beadnell, H. J. L. (1933). Remarks on the Prehistoric Geography and Underground Water in Kharga Oasis, Geog. Journal, 81.2.

Caton-Thompson, Gertrude. (1932). The prehistoric geography of Kharga oasis. London.

Caton-Thompson, G. (1952). Kharga Oasis in Prehistory. London: Univ. of London.

Caton-Thompson, G. and E. W. Gardner (1932). The Prehistoric Geography of Kharga Oasis. The Geographic Journal 80.5: 369-406. [Electronic] Close, A. (1992). Holocene occupation of the Eastern Sahara, in New Light on the Northeast African Past, F. Klees and R. Kuper, eds. Köln: Heinrich-Barth-Institut, 155-83.

Hope, Colin A. (1998). Early Pottery from the Dakhleh Oasis.” BACE 9: 53-60 Kleindienst, M. R. (1999) Geography, Geology, Geochronology and Geoarchaeology of the Dakhleh Oasis Region: An Interim Report. In Reports from the Survey of the Dakhleh Oasis Western Desert of Egypt 1977-1987, ed. C. S. Churcher and A. J. Mills. Oxford: Oxbow, pp. 1-54.

Kleindienst, M. R. (1999). Pleistocene Archaeology and Geoarchaeology of the Dakhleh Oasis: a status report. In Reports from the Survey of the Dakhleh Oasis Western Desert of Egypt 1977ed. C. S. Churcher and A. J. Mills. Oxford: Oxbow, pp. 83-108.

Kleindienst, M. R. (2001). What is Aterian? The view from the Dakhleh Oasis and the Western Desert, Egypt. In The Oasis Papers, ed. C. A. Marlow and A. J. Mills. Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp.

1-14.

Kobusiewicz, Michał, Kabaciński, Jacek, Schild, Romuald, Irish, Joel D. & Wendorf, Fred. (2004) Discovery of the First Neolithic Cemetery in Egypt’s Western Desert. Antiquity, vol. 78, issue 301.

Pp 566-78.



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