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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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Derda, T. (2001). Pagi in the Arsinoites: a study in the administration of the Fayum in the Roman period. JJP 33: 17-32. [Electronic] Derda, T. (2003). Toparchies in the Arsinoite Nome: a study in the administration of the Fayum in the Early Byzantine period. JJP 31: 27-54. [Electronic] Ellis, S. P. (2000). Roman Housing. London: Duckworth.

Ellis, W.M. (1994). Ptolemy of Egypt. New York: Routledge.

Gagos, T. and P. J. Sijpesteijn (1995). Settling a Dispute in Fourth Century Small Oasis, ZPE 105:


Harris, W. V. and G. Ruffini (eds). (2004). Ancient Alexandria between Egypt and Greece.

Boston: Brill.

Hillard, T. and J. L. Beness (2001). Romans in Upper Egypt in 116 B.C., BACE 12: 25-33.

Hoelbl, G. (2001). A History of the Ptolemaic Empire. London: Routledge.

Husselman, E.M. (1979). Karanis Excavations of the University of Michigan in Egypt 1928-1935.

Topography and Architecture. Ann Arbor.

Johnson, J.H., ed. (1992). Life in a Multi-Cultural Society: Egypt from Cambyses to Constantine and Beyond. SAOC 51. Chicago.

Duncan-Jones, R. P. (1996). The impact of the Antonine plague. JRA 9: 108-36.

Kaplony-Heckel, U. (1997). Die Oasen von Kharge und Dakhle Im Spiegel der Demotischen Ostraka. Akten des 21. Internationalen Papyrologenkongresses, Berlin, 13.-19.8. 1995. eds. B.

Kramer, W. Luppe and H. Maehler (Stuttgart and Leipzig): 525-531.

Kawanishi, H. et al. (1995). Akoris. Report of the Excavations at Akoris in Middle Egypt 1981Kyoto.

Kemp, Barry J. (1991) Ancient Egypt. Anatomy of a Civilization. New York: Routledge.

Lewis, N. (1970). ‘Greco-Roman Egypt’: Fact or Fiction? In the Proceedings of the Twelfth International Congress of Papyrology, ed. D. Samuel (Toronto): 3-14. [Electronic] Lewis, N. (1983). Life in Egypt under Roman Rule. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Lewis, N. (1995). On Government and Law in Roman Egypt. Atlanta, GA: Scholars.

Lewis, N. (2001). Greeks in Ptolemaic Egypt. Oakville, CT: American Society of Papyrologists.

Lindsay, Jack (1963). Daily Life in Roman Egypt. London: Frederick Muller.

Maehler, H. (2005). Greek, Egyptian and Roman Law. JJP 35: 121-140. [Electronic] Majcherek, G. (1995). Notes on Alexandrian Habitat. Roman and Byzantine Houses from Kom elDikka. Topoi 5: 133-150.

McKenzie, J. (2006). The Architecture of Alexandria and Egypt, c. 300 BC to AD 700. New Haven: Yale UP.

Müller, K. (2005). Redistricting the Ptolemaic Fayum, Egypt. From nomarchies and toparchies to weighted voronoi tessellation. AfP 51.1: 112-26. [Electronic] Mysliwiec, K. (2000). The Twilight of Ancient Egypt: First Millennium B.C.E. Ithaca: Cornell UP.

Nowicka, M. (1969). La maison privée dans l’Egypte Ptolemaique. Warsaw: Academia Scientarum Polana.

Rousseau, P. (1985)). Pachomius. The Making of a Community in Fourth-Century Egypt.

Berkeley. (Reprint with supplement Princeton 1999) Rowlandson, Jane (ed.).(1998). Women and Society in Greek and Roman Egypt. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press.

Scheidel, W. (2002). A model of demographic and economic change in Roman Egypt after the Antonine plague. JRA 15: 97-113.

Shaw, I. (ed,) (2000). The Oxford History of Ancient Egypt. New York: Oxford UP.

Stanwick, P.E. (2002). Portraits of the Ptolemies. Greek Kings as Egyptian Pharaohs. Austin.

Tait, W.J. (1977). Papyri from Tebtunis in Egyptian and Greek (P. Teb. Tait). Texts form Excavations 3. London.

Thomas, J. D. (1983). Compulsory public service in Roman Egypt. In Das Römisch-Byzantinische Ägypten: Akten des internationalen Symposions 26.-30. September 1978 in Trier, eds. Grimm, G., H. Heinen and E. Winter: 35-39. [Electronic: listed under 1978] Thompson, D.J. (1988). Memphis under the Ptolemies. Princeton.

Thompson, D.J. (2001). Hellenistic Hellenes: The Case of Ptolemaic Egypt. In Perceptions of Greek Ethnicity, ed. I. Malkin. Cambridge: Harvard UP, 301-322.

Trigger, B. G. et al. (eds.) (1983). Ancient Egypt. A Social History. New York: Cambridge UP.

Turner, E. (1952). Roman Oxyrhynchus. JEA 38: 78-93. [Electronic] Van Minnen, P. (1988). Boorish or Bookish? Literature in Egyptian Villages in the Fayum in the Graeco-Roman Period. Journal of Juristic Payrology 30: 99-184.

van Minnen, P. (1987). Urban Craftsmen in Roman Egypt. Münstersche Beiträge z. antiken Handelsgeschichte, Bd. VI.1: 31-88. [Electronic] van Minnen, P. Hermopolis in the crisis of the Roman Empire. In After the Past: Essays in Ancient History in Honour of H. W. Pleket, ed. W Jongman et al. Leiden, pp. 285-304.

Vandorpe, K. (1995). City of many a gate, harbour for many a rebel. Historical and topographical outline of Greco-Roman Thebes. In Hundred Gated Thebes. Acts of a Colloquium on Thebes and the Theban Area in the Graeco-Roman Period, ed. S.P. Vleeming Leiden, 203-239.

Vandorpe, K. and W. Clarysse (eds) (2003). Edfu. An Egyptian Provincial Capital in the Ptolemaic Period. Brussels.

Christian Oases and Egypt Abdal-Tawab, A. R., M. Ghattas, et al. (2001). A monastic complex to the south of Antinoopolis.

Bulletin de la Société d'Archéologie Copte 40: 35-52.

Abdel Ghani. M. (2001). The Egyptian Oases in the Byzantine Period in teh light of Papyri. 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. 59-70.

Abd El Fattah, M, (2001). Monastic and Churchal Support in the Necropolis in Kharga 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. 105-104.

Bagnall, R. S. ed. (2007). Egypt in the Byzantine World, 300-700. Cambridge.

Bailey, D. M. (2002). The South Church at el-Ashmunein: Inscribed and Decorated Blocks.

MDAIK 58: 61-84.

Bolman, E. S., ed. (2002). Monastic Visions: Wall Paintings in the Monastery of St. Antony at the Red Sea. New Haven: Yale UP.

Bowen, G. (2008). The Church of Deir Abu Metta and a Christian Cemetery in Dakhleh Oasis: A Brief Report. BACE 19: 7-16. (see also the section on Kellis for her articles on 4th century churches).

Brown, P. (1971). The Rise and Function of the Holy Man in Late Antiquity, JRS 61: 80-101.

[Electronic] Butler, A. J. (1884). The Ancient Coptic Churches of Egypt. Oxford: Clarendon.

Cameron, Alan D. (1965). Wandering Poets: A Literary Movement in Byzantine Egypt, Historia 14:

470-509. [Electronic] Cannuyer, Christian (2001). Coptic Egypt: The Christians of the Nile. New York: Harry N.


Capuani, M. (2002). Christian Egypt: Coptic Art and Monuments through Two Millennia.

Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press.

Chauleur, S. (1960). Histoire des Coptes d’Egypte. Paris: La Colombe.

Cribiore, R. (1999). Greek and Coptic Education in Late Antique Egypt in Ägypten und Nubien in spätantiker und christlicher Zeit, Band 2: Schriftum, Sprache und Gedankenwelt, eds. Steven Emmel, Martin Krause, Siegfried G. Richter, and Sofia Schaten (Wiesbaden): 279-86. [Electronic]

Cribiore, R. (1993). A Homeric Exercise from the Byzantine Schoolroom, Chronique d’Égypte 68:

145-54. [Electronic] Cruz-Uribe, E., P. Piccione and J. Westerfield (2004). Kharga Oasis Coptic Graffiti Project – Preliminary Report of the 2005 Field Season, JSSEA 31: 137-61 (including photos). [Electronic] Davis, S. (1998). Pilgrimage and the Cult of Saint Thecla in Late Antique Egypt, in Pilgrimage and Holy Space in Late Antique Egypt, ed. D. Frankfurter (Leiden): 303-39.

Depuydt, Leo, "Wisdom Made a Weapon": On Manichaeism in Egypt, CdE 68 (1993), 301-315.

Frankfurter, D. (1998). Approaches to Coptic Pilgrimage. In Pilgrimage and Holy Space in Late Antique Egypt. ed. D. Frankfurter (Leiden): 3-48.

Frantz-Murphy, G. (1991a). Conversion in Early Islamic Egypt: the Economic Factor. In Documents de L’Islam Médiéval: nouvelles perspectives de recherche, ed. Y. Ragib (Cairo): 11-17.


Frantz-Murphy, G. (1991b). Umayyads, Copts under the. In the Coptic Encyclopedia, Vol. 7:

2286-2289. [Electronic] Gabra, G. (2002). Coptic Monasteries: Egypt’s Monastic Art and Architecture. New York: AUC Press.

Gager, J.G. (1972). Moses in Greco-Roman Paganism. Nashville.

Gardner, I. (1997). The Manichaean Community at Kellis. In P. Mirecki and J. BeDuhn, eds, Emerging from Darkness to Light. Leiden: Brill, pp. 161-175.

Gardner, I. M. F. and S. N. C. Lieu (1996). From Narmouthis (Medinet Madi) to Kellis (Ismant ElKharab): Manichaean Documents from Roman Egypt. JRS 86: 146-69. [Electronic] Goehring, J. (1999). The Origin of Monasticism. In Ascetics, Society, and the Desert. Harrisburg.

Goehring, J. E. (1990). “Monasticism,” in Encyclopedia of Early Christianity, ed. E. Ferguson (New York): 612-619. [Electronic] Grossmann, P. (2002). Christliche Architektur in Ägypten. Leiden: Brill. Watson: NA Hallock, F.H. (1934) Christianity and the Old Egyptian Religion. In S.A.B Mercer (ed.) Egyptian Religion, vol 2. New York, 6-17.

Harmless, W. (2004). Desert Christians: An Introduction to the Literature of Early Monasticism.

New York: Oxford UP.

Hauser, W. (1932). ‘The Christian Necropolis in Khargeh Oasis’, Bull. Of the MMA 38-50.

Innemée, K. The Identity of Deir el-Baramus. Egyptian Archaeology 15: 41-43.

Krawiec, R. (2002), Shenoute and the Women of the White Monastery: Egyptian Monasticism in Late Antiquity. Oxford.

McBride, D. (1988). Egyptian Manichaeism. JSSEA 18, 80-98.

Maehler, H. (1997). Byzantine Egypt: urban élites and book production. Dialogus 4: 118-36.

[Electronic] Minardus, O. (1977). Christian Egypt. Cairo.

Minardus, O. (1989). Monks and Monasteries of the Egyptian Deserts. 2nd ed. Cairo.

Minardus, O. (1999). Two Thousand Years of Coptic Christianity. Cairo.

Meyer, M. and R Smith Ieds). (1994). Ancient Christian Magic. Coptic Texts of Ritual Power.

San Francisco.

Monserrat, D. (1998). Pilgrimage to the Shrine of SS Cyrus and John at Menouthis in Late Antiquity. In Pilgrimage and Holy Space in Late Antique Egypt, ed. D. Frankfurter (Leiden): 257Muller-Wiener, W. (1963). Christliche Monumente im Gebiet von Hibis (el Kharga), MDAIK 19: 121Parrott, D.M. (1987) Gnosticism and the Ancient Egyptian Religion. Novum Testamentum 29, 73-93.

Pearson, B.A. and J. E. Goehring, eds. (1986). The Roots of Egyptian Christianity. Philadelphia.

van den Berg-Onstwedder, G. (1990). Diocletian in the Coptic Tradition. Bulletin de la Société d’Archéologie Copte 29: 87-122. [Electronic] van Minnen, P. (1994). The Roots of Egyptian Christianity. AfP 40: 71-85. [Electronic] van Rompay, L. (1998). Art and Material Culture of the Christian Syriac Tradition: Some Current Projects. Hugoye: Journal of Syriac Studies I, 1: 1-100. [Electronic] Watterson, B. (1988). Coptic Egypt. Edinburgh: Scottish Academic Press.

Westerfield, J. T. (2003). Christian Perspectives on Pharaonic Religion: The Representation of Paganism in Coptic Literature. JARCE 40: 5-12. [Electronic] Wilfong, T. G. (1998). The non-Muslim Communities: Christian communities. In: The Cambridge History of Egypt I: Islamic Egypt 640-1517, ed. Carl F. Petry (Cambridge): 175-197. [Electronic] Wilfong, T. Women of Jeme. Lives in a Coptic Town in Late Antique Egypt. New York.

Youtie H. C. (1975). Questions to a Christian Oracle. ZPE 18: 253-57. [Electronic] Ceramics and material culture Ballet, Pascale and Michèle Vichy. (1992). Artisanat de la céramique dans l'Égypte hellénistique et romaine. Ateliers du Delta, d'Assouan et de Kharga, CCE 3, 109-119.

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

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

Depraetere, D. D. E. (2002). A Comparative Study on the Construction and the Use of the Domestic Bread Oven in Egypt during the Graeco-Roman and Late Antique/Early Byzantine Period. MDAIK 58: 119-56.

Dunsmore, A. (2002). Ceramics from Ismant el-Kharab. Dakhleh Oasis Project: Preliminary Reports on the 1994-1995 to 1998-1999 Field Seasons. C. Hope and G. E. Bowen. Oxford, Oxbow.


Edwards, W.I.; C. A. Hope & E. R. Segnit (1987). Ceramics from the Dakhleh Oasis: Preliminary Studies. Burwood, Vic, Australia: Victoria College Press.

Hope, C. A. (1980). Dakhla Oasis Project: Report on the Study of the Pottery and Kilns, JSSEA 10:


Hope, C.A. (1987a), ‘Dakhleh Oasis Project- Report on the study of the pottery and kilns 1978’ reprinted from JSSEA 9 (1979).in Edwards et al (1987): 11-23.

Hope, C.A. (1987b), ‘Dakhleh Oasis Project- Report on the study of the pottery and kilns’, reprinted from JSSEA 10 (1980).in Edwards et al (1987): 25-52.

Hope, C.A. (1987c), ‘Dakhleh Oasis Project- Report on the study of pottery and kilns- third season, reprinted from JSSEA 11 (1981).in Edwards et al (1987): 53-74.

Hope, C.A. (1987d)‘Dakhleh Oasis Project- Preliminary report on the study of the pottery- fifth season, 1982’, reprinted from JSSEA 13 (1983).in Edwards et al (1987): 75-95.

Hope, C.A. (1987e). Egyptian Pottery. Princes Risborough: Shire.

Hope, C. (1998) Early Pottery from Dakhleh Oasis. Bulletin of the Australian Centre for Egyptology 9, 53–60.

Hope, C.A. (1999), ‘Pottery manufacture in the Dakhleh Oasis’, in Churcher and Mills (eds).

Reports from the Survey of the Dakhleh Oasis 1977–1987, pp, 215-39.

Hope, C.A. et al. (2002b). Oases Amphorae of the New Kingdom, in Renée Friedman (ed.), Egypt and Nubia. Gifts of the Desert, 95–131.

Jamieson, A. (2000). Water Kegs from El-Qasr in the Egyptian Oasis of Dakhleh: Some remarks

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Pena, J. T. (2007). Roman Pottery in the Archaeological Record. New York: Cambridge UP.

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