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Wolfram Grajetzki is the author of "Burial Customs in Ancient Egypt" (2003) and "The Middle .

Wolfram Grajetzki is the author of "Burial Customs in Ancient Egypt" (2003) and "The Middle Kingdom of Ancient Egypt" (2006). Paul Whelan is the author and illustrator of "Mere Scraps of Rough Wood? 17th-18th Dynasty Stick Shabtis in the Petrie Museum and Other Collections" (2007). In many cases, we are unable to really comprehend their meaning(s). There are two categories we are distinguishing among them: function titles and ranking titles. The former ones are in connection with the "profession" of an official.

Wolfram Grajetzki, Whelan Paul. The holders of these offices were the men chosen by the king to be his close advisers.

Wolfram Grajetzki (born 1950, in Berlin) is a German Egyptologist. He performed excavations in Egypt, but also in Pakistan. He published articles and several books on the Egyptian Middle Kingdom, on administration, burial customs and queens

Wolfram Grajetzki (born 1950, in Berlin) is a German Egyptologist. He published articles and several books on the Egyptian Middle Kingdom, on administration, burial customs and queens. Burial Customs in Ancient Egypt: Life in Death for Rich and Poor Duckworth Egyptology, London 2003. Ancient Egyptian Queens: A hieroglyphic Dictionary, Golden House Publications, London 2005, ISBN 978-0954721893.

The text is copiously illustrated with drawings by Paul Whelan.

Court Officials of the Middle Kingdom" is essential reading for all scholars and students of the period. The text is copiously illustrated with drawings by Paul Whelan.

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Wolfram Grajetzki (born 1950 in Berlin) is a German Egyptologist. He performed excavations in Egypt, but also in Pakistan Works. Burial Customs in Ancient Egypt: Life in Death for Rich and Poor Duckworth Egyptology, London 2003 ISBN 978-0715632178. Court Officials of the Egyptian Middle Kingdom, Duckworth Egyptology, London 2006, ISBN 978-0715637456.

Building on the latest research, Wolfram Grajetzki here looks in detail at the circle of officials that surrounded the king in the Middle Kingdom of ancient Egypt (Eleventh to Thirteenth Dynasty, also including the Second Intermediate Period; c. 2040-1550 BC). Describing the history of the principal offices of state, he takes into account inscriptions, monuments and the few preserved tombs, and traces the careers of some individual officials. The holders of these offices were the men chosen by the king to be his close advisers. They received strings of important titles, and their monuments are among the finest works of art and architecture of the time. Over all the other officials and second only to the king stood the 'tjaty', or vizier, while alongside him and of only slightly lower status, the treasurer was in charge of the resources of the country. From the evidence for these men, a new, more precise image emerges of ancient Egyptian civilization in its monumental accomplishments and its daily operations. "Court Officials of the Middle Kingdom" is essential reading for all scholars and students of the period. The text is copiously illustrated with drawings by Paul Whelan.


Court Officials of the Egyptian Middle Kingdom (BCP Egyptology) download epub
Humanities
Author: Whelan Paul,Wolfram Grajetzki
ISBN: 0715637452
Category: Other
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Bristol Classical Press (August 27, 2009)
Pages: 240 pages