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«Bibliography The following is a bibliography of useful materials for your courses and field work at Amheida. Most of these will be available in hard ...»

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Frankfurter, D. (ed.) (1998). Pilgrimage and Holy Space in Late Antique Egypt. Leiden.

Ginsburg, Léonard. (1995). Felis libyca balatensis. Les chats du mastaba II de Balat (Kharga Oasis), BIFAO 95: 259-271.

Kákosy, L. (1963). Problems of the Thoth-Cult in Roman Egypt.

Kaper, O. (1987). How the God Amun-Nakht Came to Dakhleh Oasis. Journal of the Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities 17: 151-156.

Kaper, O. (1997). A Painting of the Gods of Dakhla in the Temple of Ismant el-Kharab. In The Temple in Ancient Egypt. New Discoveries and Recent Research, ed. S. Quirke. London: British Museum Press, pp. 204-215.

Kaper, O. (1997). The Statue of Penbast, On the Cult of Seth in the Dakhleh Oasis, Essays on Ancient Egypt in Honour of Herman te Velde, ed. J. van Dijk, Groningen, 231-41.

Kaper, Olaf (1997). Temples and Gods in Roman Dakhleh: Studies in the Indigenous Cults of an Egyptian Oasis. Groningen: Rijksuniversiteit Groningen.

Kaper, Olaf (1998). Temple Building in the Egyptian Deserts During the Roman Period. In Life on the Fringe: living in the southernmost Egyptian deserts during the Roman and early Byzantine Periods. Ed, O. Kaper. Leiden.139-58 Kuhlmann, K. P. (2001). Gleanings from the Texts in the Sanctuary of Amun at Aghurmi (Siwa Oasis). MDAIK 57: 187-203.

Kurth, Dieter. (1992). Einige Anmerkungen zum oberen Tempel von Nadura in der Oase Charga.

Offprint from: Dielheimer Blätter zum Alten Testament, Nr. 27.

Lindsay, J. (1968). Men and Gods on the Roman Nile. London: Muller.

Montserrat, D. and L. Meskell (1997). Mortuary Archaeology and Religious Landscape at GraecoRoman Deir el-Medina. JEA 83: 179-98. [Electronic] Revez, J. (2004). Une stèle commémorant la construction par l'empereur Auguste du mur d'enceinte du temple de Montou-Rê à Médamoud. BIFAO 104.2: 495-510.

Sauneron, Serge. (1955). Les temples gréco-romains de l'Oasis de Khargéh. BIFAO 55: 23-31.

Sauneron, Serge. (1955). Quelques sanctuaires égyptiens des Oasis de Dakhleh et de Khargeh:

Notes de Voyage. CHE 7: 282-284.

Sauneron, Serge (2000). The Priests of Ancient Egypt. Ithaca: Cornell UP.

Thiers, C. (2006). Égyptiens et Grecs au service des cultes indigènes. Un aspect de l’évergétisme en Égypte lagide. In Les Régulations sociales dans l’Antiquité, Actes du colloque d’Angers 23 et 24 mai 2003, ed. M. Molin (Rennes): 275-302. [Electronic] Turcan, R. (1996). The Cults of the Roman Empire. Oxford.

Wagner, G. (1974). Le Temple d'Herakles Kallinikos et d'Ammon à Psôbthis-El Qasr, Métropole de la Petite Oasis. BIFAO 74: 23-27.

Witt, R.E. (1971). Isis in the Greco-Roman World. Ithaca.

Website on Roman temples in Egypt: http://www.romeinegypt.unipi.it/index.php

Graeco-Roman funerary archaeology:

Bierbrier, M. L. (1997). Portraits and Masks: Burial Customs in Roman Egypt. London: British Museum Press.

Corbelli, J. A. (2006). The Art of Death in Graeco-Roman Egypt. Shire Publications:

Buckinghamshire, England.

Corcoran, L. H. (1995). Portrait Mummies from Roman Egypt. The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilization 56. Chicago: The Oriental Institute.

Doiadis, E. (1995). The Mysterious Fayum Portraits: Faces from Ancient Egypt. New York: H. N.

Abrams.

Dunand, F. (2006). Mummies and Death in Egypt. Ithaca: Cornell UP.

Hawass, Zahi (2000). Valley of the Golden Mummies. New York.

Minas-Nerpal, M. (2007). A Demotic Inscribed Icosahedron from Dakhleh Oasis. Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 93: 137-148.

Minault-Gout, Anne. (1995). Les mastabas miniatures de Balat ou les cimetières secondaires du mastaba II, BIFAO 95: 297-328.

Montserrat, D. (1993). The Representations of young males in ‘Fayum Portraits.’ JEA 79: 751Electronic] Riggs, C. (2000). Roman Mummy Masks from Deir el-Bahri. JEA 86: 121-144. [Electronic] Riggs, C. (2002). Facing the Dead: Recent Research on the Funerary Art of Ptolemaic and Roman Egypt. AJA 106(1): 85-101. [Electronic] Riggs, Christina (2005). The Beautiful Burial in Roman Egypt: Art, Identity, and Funerary Religion. Oxford: Oxford UP.

Riggs, C. and M. A. Stadler (2003). A Roman Shroud and its Demotic Inscriptions in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. JARCE 40: 69-88. [Electronic] Shore, A. F. (1972). Portrait Painting from Roman Egypt. London: British Museum Press.

Walker, S. and M. Bierbrier (1997). Ancient Faces. Mummy Portraits from Roman Egypt.

London: British Museum Press.

Yamani, Sayed. (2007). Roman Necropolis in Ezbet Bashendi, Dakhla Oasis Egypt. In Proceedings of the Ninth International Congress of Egptologists Grenoble, 6-12 Septembre 2004, vol 2, ed. J.-C. Goyon and C. Cardin. Leuven: Peeters, 1967-1984.

Agriculture:

Adams, C. E. P. (2007). Land Transport in Roman Egypt: A Study of Economics and Administration in a Roman Province. New York: Oxford University Press.

Bagnall, Roger, S. (1997). The Kellis Agricultural Account Book: P. Kell. IV Gr.96. Dakhleh Oasis Project Monograph 7. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Bagnall, R. S. (2003). A Vineyard in the Small Oasis: What was the Dispute About? JJurPap 33:

17-25.

Barakat, Hala N. and Nathalie Baum. (1992). Douch, 2: La végétation antique [de Douch. (Oasis de Kharga)]. Une approche macrobotanique (= Documents de Fouilles, 27). Cairo.





Barker, Graeme et al. (1996). Farming the Desert.

Bates, O. (1908). Water in Kharga. Geological Magazine 5.5: 49-57; 102-08.

Beadnell, H. J. L. (1908). Flowing wells and Sub-surface Water in Kharga Oasis, Geological Magazine, v (N.S.) Beadnell, H. J. L. (1933). Remarks on the Prehistoric Geography and Underground Water in Kharga Oasis, Geog. Journal, 81.2.

Bowman, A. K. (1996). Provincial administration and taxation, CAH2, Vol. X: 344-70. [Electronic] Briant, P., ed. (2001). Irrigation et drainage dans l'antiquité : qanats et canalisations souterraines en Iran, en Égypte et en Grèce : séminaire tenu au Collège de France. Paris: Thum.

Bousquet, B. (1996). Les paysages irrigués dees oasis égyptiennes de l’Antiquité, Actes du Colloque Journée d’études sur l’Afrique antique, 18 mai 1996, Nantes, 15.

Bowman, A. K. And E. Rogan. (1999). Agriculture in Egypt: From Pharaonic to Modern Times.

Oxford: Oxford UP.

Burmil, Shmuel (2007) “Gardens in the Oases of Egypt’s Western Desert and their Similarities to Ancient Egyptian Gardens”. Studies in the History of Gardens and Designed Landscapes, Vol. 27, Issue 1. Pp. 77-85.

Chauveau, M. 2005. ‘Irrigation et exploitation de la terre dans l’oasis de Kharga à l’époque Perse,’ CRIPEL 25: 157-63.

Craig, G. M., ed. (1993). The Agriculture of Egypt. Oxford: Oxford UP.

Cruz-Uribe, E. (2003). ‘Qanats in the Achaemenid Period’, Bib. Or. 60.5-6: 537-44.

Grimal, Nicholas. (2000). Les oasis du desert libyque: l’eau, la tere et le sable, CARIBL 20000, 909-40.

Kaper, O. (2001). Local Perceptions of the Fertility of the Dakhleh Oasis in the Roman Period, in The Oasis Papers. Proceedings of the First International Symposium of the Dakhleh Oasis Project, C. A. Marlow and A. J. Mills (eds). Oxford: Oxbow, 70-79.

Kehoe, D. P. (1997). Landowners, tenants, and agrarian relations in Roman Egypt. JRA 10: 561-66.

Kehoe, Tennis (1999). Tenancy and Oasis Agriculture on an Egyptian Estate of the 4th c. A.D., JRA 12: 745-51 King, W. J. Harding (1917). Irrigation in the Dakhla Oasis. The Geographic Journal 40.5: 358Electronic] Hitchner, B. (1993 [2002]). Olive Production and the Roman Economy: The Case for Intensive Growth in the Roman Empire. Originally published in La production du vin et de l’huile en Méditerranée (BCH supp. 27), eds. Amouretti and Brun. Athens. 499-503. Here from the reprint in The Ancient Economy, eds. Scheidel and von Reden (New York): 71-83. [Electronic] Kaper, O. E. 2001. Local Perceptions of the Fertility of the Dakhleh Oasis in the Roman Period.

In The Oasis Papers 1: The Proceedings of the First Conference of the Dakhleh Oasis Project, ed. C.

A. Marlow and A. J. Mills. Oxford: Oxbow books, 70-79.

Lightfoot, D. R. 2000. The Origin and Diffusion of Qanats in Arabia: New Evidence from the Northern and Southern Peninsula. The Geographical Journal 166, No.3: 215-26.

Manning, J. G. (2003). Land and Power in Ptolemaic Egypt. Cambridge: CUP.

Mattingly, David (1993). in La production du vin et de l’huise en Méditerranée, ed. M.-C.

Amouretti and J.-P. Brun (Paris) Mattingly, David (1994). Regional Variation in Roman Oleoculture, Landuse in the Roman Empire, ed. J. Carlsen et al. Rome, 91-106.

Mattingly, David (1997). Africa: A Landscape of Opportunity? Dialogues in Roman Imperialism Portsmouth, RI, 117-39 Meeks, D. (1993). Oléiculture et viticulture dans l’Egypte pharaonique, Actes du symposium international organisé par le Centre Camille Jullian et le Centre Archeologique du Var. and see Bull de correspondance hellenique Supp. 26, Ecole françaie ‘Athenes, 3-38.

Menu, B. ed. (1992). Les problèmes institutionnels de l’eau en Egypte ancienne et dans l’Antiquité méditerranénne. Cairo: IFAO.

Mills, Tony (1993). The Dakhleh Oasis Colombarium Farmhouse. In Bulletin de la Societé archéologique d'Alexandrie 45, 192–198.

Newton, C., T. Gonon and M. Wuttmann (2005). Un jardin d’oasis d’époque romaine à ‘AynManâwir (Kharga, Égypte). BIFAO 105: 167-96. [Electronic] Panella, C. and A. Tchernia (1994 [2002]). Agricultural Products Transported in Amphorae: Oil and Wine. Translated and reprinted here from The Ancient Economy, eds. W. Scheidel and S. von Reden (New York): 173-189. [Electronic] Pantalacci, Laure (2005) Agriculture, élevage et société rurale dans les oasis d’après les archives de Balat (fin de l’Ancien Empire). Cahier de recherché de l’institut de papyrologie et d’égyptologie de Lille, vol. 25. Pp 79-84.

Parsons, P. J. (1971). The Wells of Hibis, JEA 57: 165-80. [Electronic] Rathbone, D. (1989 [2002]). The Ancient Economy and Greco-Roman Egypt. Reprinted here from The Ancient Economy, eds. W. Scheidel and S. von Reden (New York): 155-69. [Electronic] Rathbone, D. (1991). Economic rationalism and rural society in third-century A.D. Egypt : the Heroninos archive and the Appianus estate. New York: Cambridge UP.

Ray, J. (1994). Literacy and language in Egypt in the Late and Persian Periods. In Literacy and Power in the Ancient World, eds. A. K. Bowman and G. Woolf (Cambridge): 50-66. [Electronic] Ritchie, James C. (1999) Flora, Vegetation and Palaeobotany of the Dakhleh Oasis, in Report from the Survey of the Dakhleh Oasis Western Desert of Egypt 1977-1987. Edited by C. S. Churcher and A. J. Mills. Oxford: Oxbow Books. Pp 73-82 Rowlandson, J. (1996). Landowners and tenants in Roman Egypt : the social relations of agriculture in the Oxyrhynchite Nome. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Thanheiser, U. (2002). Roman Agriculture and Gardening in Egypt as seen from Kellis. In Dakhleh Oasis Project: Preliminary Reports on the 1994-1995 to 1998-1999 Field Seasons, ed. C.

Hope and G. E. Bowen. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 299-310.

Social & Political History

Adams, C. and R. Laurence, eds. (2001). Travel and Geography in the Roman Empire. London:

Routledge.

Alston, R. (1997). Houses and Households in Roman Egypt. In Domestic Space in the Roman World: Pompeii and Beyond, ed. R. Laurence and A. Wallace-Hadrilll. Portsmouth: JRS Suppl. 22.

Alston, R. (2002). The City in Roman and Byzantine Egypt. London.

Alston, R. and R. D. Alston (1997). "Urbanism and the Urban Community in Roman Egypt." JEA 83: 199-216. [Electronic] Bagnall, R. S. (1981). Egypt, the Ptolemies, and the Greek World. BES 3: 5-21.

Bagnall, R. S. (1988). Archaeology and Papyrology. JRA 1: 197-202.

Bagnall, Roger (1993). Egypt in Late Antiquity. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Bagnall, R. S. (1997). A Mandate from the Great Oasis. ZPE 116: 149-151.

Bagnall, R. S. (1997). Decolonizing Ptolemaic Egypt. In Hellenistic Constructs: Essays in Culture, History and Historiography, ed. by P. Cartledge et al. Berkeley, pp. 225-41 (reprinted in Hellenistic and Roman Egypt, chapter VI)

Bagnall, R. S. (2000). P. Oxy. 4527 and the Antonine plague in Egypt: death or flight? JRA 13:

288-92.

Bagnall, R. S. (2001). Archeological Work on Hellenistic and Roman Egypt, 1995-2001. AJA 105.2: 227-43.

Bagnall, R. S. (2002). The effects of plague: model and evidence. JRA 15: 114-120.

Bagnall, R. S. (2006). The Demography of Roman Egypt. 2nd ed. Cambridge.

Bagnall, R.S. (2003). The Camel, the Wagon, and the Wheel. In Later Roman Egypt: Society Religion, Economy, and Administration, ed. R.S. Bagnall. Burlington: Ashgate.

Bagnall, Roger (2006). The Demography of Roman Egypt. New York: Cambridge UP.

Bagnall, R. S. and D. W. Rathbone (2004). Egypt From Alexander to the Copts: An Archaeological and Historical Guide. London, The British Museum Press.

Bailey, D. (ed.) (1996). Archaeological Research in Roman Egypt. Proceedings of the Seventeenth Classical Colloquium of the Department of Greek and Roman Antiquities, British Museum, held on 1-4 December, 1992. Ann Arbor: Journal of Roman Archaeology, supplementary series 19.

Beccia, E. (1926). Monuments de l’Egypte gréco-romaine, I. Bergamo.

Benaissa, A. (2009). Rural Settlements of the Oxyrynchite Nome. A Papyrological Survey. Köln:

Leuven. [Electronic] Bevan, E. R. (1968). The House of Ptolemy: A History of Egypt under the Ptolemaic Dynasty.

Chicago: Argonaut Inc.

Bianchi, R. S. (ed.) (1988). Cleopatra's Egypt: Age of the Ptolemies. New York: Brooklyn Museum Exhibition Catalogue.

Bingen, J. (2007). Hellenistic Egypt: Monarchy, Society, Economy, Culture. Edinburgh:

Edinburgh UP.

Bowersock, G. W. (1990). Hellenism in Late Antiquity. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan.

Bowman, Alan (1996). Egypt after the Pharaohs. London: British Museum Press.

Bowman, A. K. and D. Rathbone (1992). Cities and Administration in Roman Egypt, JRS 82: 107Electronic] Capponi, L. (2005). Augustian Egypt: The Creation of a Roman Province. New York: Routledge.

Cribiore, R. (2001). Gymastics of the Mind: Greek Education in Hellenistic and Roman Egypt.

Princeton: Princeton UP.



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