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Who, Where and Why: The Rock Graffiti of Members of Deir el-Medina Community

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ISBN: 978-83-915941-8-6
Description: softcover, 326 pages, catalogue (21x29,5 cm), figs., CD with catalogue
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Weight: 1350g.


Slawomir Rzepka, Who, Where and Why: The Rock Graffiti of Members of Deir el-Medina Community, University of Warsaw, Institute of Archaeology, Department of Archaeology of Egypt and Nubia, Warsaw 2014


Acknowledgements
Contents
List of figures
Bibliography
Introduction
1. Methodology
1.1. Distinguishing a single graffito
1.2. Author
1.3. Identification of the author with a specific member of the Deir el-Medina community
1.3.1. Name
1.3.2. Family connections
1.3.3. Titles
1.3.4. Identification based on handwriting
1.3.5. Graffiti not included in the corpus
1.4. Chronological periods
1.5. Topographical divisions
2. Who
2.1. Occupations of graffiti authors
2.1.1. Foremen
2.1.2. Deputies
2.1.3. Scribes
2.1.4. Draftsmen
2.1.5. Sculptors
2.1.6. Workmen
2.1.7. Guardians
2.2. Authors priests
2.2.1. Graffiti with priestly titles
2.2.2. Deities serviced by priests
2.2.3. Categories of priests
2.2.4. Rank and profession of individuals holding priestly office
2.3. Families of graffiti authors
2.3.1. Who was mentioned in the rock graffiti
2.3.2. Graffiti as a family tradition?
2.4. Who with whom
2.4.1. Collocation analysis method
2.4.2. Collocations
3. Where
3.1. Distribution of graffiti - general observations
3.2. Diachronic analysis of graffiti distribution 3.2.1.Horemheb-Setil
3.2.2. Early Harnesses II
3.2.3. Late Ramesses II
3.2.4. Late 19th Dynasty
3.2.5. Setnakht - Ramesses III
3.2.6. Mid 20th Dynasty
3.2.7. Late 20th Dynasty
3.2.8. Early 21st Dynasty
3.3. Graffiti distribution: authors' occupations
3.3.1. Foremen
3.3.2. Scribes
3.3.3. Draftsmen
3.3.4. Priests
3.4. Graffiti distribution: authors'family members 4. Why
4.1. Function
4.1.1. Notes connected with managing the work of the gang?
4.1.2. Bureaucratic administration vs. private religiosity
4.1.3. Graffiti recipients: descendants?
4.1.4. Graffiti recipients: contemporaries?
4.1.5. Graffiti recipients: the gods?
4.2. 21 st Dynasty - new function of the graffiti?
Conclusions Indices Catalogue
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