A Systematic Bibliography on Deir el-Medîna

R.J. Demarée, B.J.J. Haring,
W. Hovestreydt and L.M.J. Zonhoven

 

Updated and corrected May 2012

 

The following list is an update of the bibliographies by L.M.J. Zonhoven, in: R.J. Demarée and J.J. Janssen ed., Gleanings from Deir el-Medîna (Egyptologische Uitgaven 1), Leiden, 1982, pp. 245-298, and B. Haring, in: R.J. Demarée and A. Egberts ed., Village Voices. Proceedings of the symposium 'Texts from Deir el-Medîna and their interpretation', Leiden, May 31 - June 1, 1991 (CNWS Publications 13), Leiden, 1992, pp. 111-140.

 

THE CLASSIFICATION SCHEME


A. 

General information

A-bis. 

Bibliographies, lists

B. 

Miscellaneous publications of monuments and documents

C. 

General on documents (ostraca and papyri)

D. 

Publications of larger groups of ostraca including some of papyri

E. 

Individual ostraca or small groups of them

F. 

Papyri

G. 

Graffiti

H. 

Oracles and "Tirage au sort"

I. 

Miscellaneous documents from Deir el-Medîna

J. 

Lexicography, toponymy.

K. 

Grammar

L. 

Related material: Late Ramesside Letters 

M. 

Related material: Tomb Robberies Papyri 

N. 

The village: its organization and social aspects 

O. 

Juridical aspects

P. 

Economical aspects

Q. 

Religion and cult

R. 

Strikes

S. 

Persons, prosopography, genealogy

T. 

Archaeological reports and notes

U. 

Tombs including reports on complete ones

V. 

Miscellaneous archaeological material, including stelae 
when published in connection with other archaeological material

W. 

Stelae

X. 

Figured ostraca

Y. 

History and documents

Z. 

Varia



 

Articles or books almost always pertain to more than one heading of the above classification, but an article or book is classified under that heading where, in our opinion, lies its centre of interest. Cross-references are included in a way similar to that of the bibliographies in Gleanings from Deir el-Medîna and Village Voices. However, as the numbering system current in those bibliographies has been dropped in the present integrated list, the cross-references are given in the form of abbreviated titles.
In addition to these references, the different groups to which a title may possibly be assigned are indicated with the title itself, together with the main heading, by means of capitals between square brackets. "[E] [Q]", for instance, indicates that the title in question mainly belongs to group E "Individual ostraca or small groups of them", and that a cross-reference to this title is given at the end of group Q "Religion and cult". If the user wishes to collect all titles associated with one specific group, say Q, then these titles will be found immediately by means of the query "[Q]" (to be typed with the square brackets). In this way it will not be necessary to check the cross-references at the end of the groups. 

A: GENERAL INFORMATION

[A] Andreu, G., Introduction, in: G. Andreu ed., Deir el-Médineh et la Vallée des Rois. La vie en Égypte au temps des pharaons du Nouvel Empire. Actes du colloque organisé par le musée du Louvre les 3 et 4 mai 2002, Paris, 2003, pp. 11-17.

[A] [A-bis] [D] [Q] [S] [U] [V] [W] [X] G. Andreu ed., Les artistes de Pharaon. Deir el-Médineh et la Vallée des Rois, Paris 2002.

Catalogue of the exhibition with the same title in the Louvre, Paris, 15 April - 22 July 2002. Pages 15-56: general introduction to the site and the community of workmen. Pages 57-69: chapter on the necropolis scribe Qenherkhopshef and the chief workman Paneb. Pages 70-309: catalogue organized after four central topics: daily life, craftsmanship, religion, death. Pages 311-326: chronology, glossary, translations of selected texts, bibliography.

[A] Andreu, G., La redécouverte de Deir al-Médîna, Égypte, Afrique & Orient 25 (2002), pp. 5-10.

[A] Bierbrier, M., The Tomb-builders of the Pharaohs, London, 1982.

Work for the general public, dealing with various aspects of life in Deir el-Medîna.

[A] Bierbrier, M., Les bâtisseurs du pharaon. La confrérie de Deir el-Médineh (Collection de Civilisation et Tradition), Monaco, 1986.

[A] [C] [N] [R] Brunner-Traut, E., Die Alten Ägypter. Verborgenes Leben unter Pharaonen, Stuttgart, 19741.

Ch. 13: Arbeiter halten sich Sklaven; Ch. 14: Habenichtse, Spitzbuben, Denunzienten und Mörder in einer kleinen Stadt; Ch. 15: Streik!; Ch. 16: Leichenfledderer. Resp. on the village, the ostraca, the strike and the tomb robberies.

[A] Černý , J., Les ouvriers en Egypte ancienne, Orient, Praha 2 (1929), 24-26.

Probably general (not seen).

[A] David, A.R., The Pyramid Builders of Ancient Egypt. A Modern Investigation of Pharaoh's Workforce, London, 1986.

Ch. 3 contains a brief sketch of the situation of the workmen in Deir el-Medîna; pp. 62-89.

[A] Della Monica, M., La classe ouvrière sous les pharaons. Étude du village de Deir el Medineh, Paris, 1975.

General survey without notes.

[A] Demarée, R.J., and B.J.J. Haring, The Deir el-Medina Database, in: I. Hafemann ed., Wege zu einem digitalen Corpus ägyptischer Texte. Akten der Tagung “Datenbanken im Verbund” (Berlin, 30. September – 2. Oktober 1999) (Thesaurus Linguae Aegyptiae 2), Berlin 2003, pp. 41-48.

[A] Fornari, A. and M. Tosi, Nella Sede della Verità. Deir el Medina e l'ipogeo di Thutmosi III (Presentazione di Ahmed Kadry, Prefazione di Sergio Donadoni), Milan, 1987.

[A] [N] [O] [P] Gutgesell, M., Arbeiter und Pharaonen. Wirtschafts- und Sozialgeschichte im Alten Ägypten, Hildesheim, 1989.

Work written for the general public, on the community of workmen of Deir el-Medîna, concentrating on economic and social aspects.

[A] [C] [T] James, T.G.H., The Archaeology of Ancient Egypt, London, 1972.

Ch. 8, about Bruyère's work at Deir el Medîna and Černý 's study of the ostraca.

[A] Kitchen, K.A., Pharaoh Triumphant. The Life and Times of Ramesses II, King of Egypt, Warminster, 1982.

Chapter 9 (pp. 183-205): “Workaday Life under Ramesses the Great”: general about the village and the workmen; including translated texts.

[A] Koenig, V. and M. Jay, Un village d'artisans égyptiens sous Ramsès IV. Deir el-Medineh (Un lieu, des hommes, une histoire), Paris, 1984.

Popular introduction for children.

[A] Leospo, E., and M. Tosi, Vivere nell’ Antico Egitto. Deir el-Medina, il villaggio degli artifici delle tombe dei re, Florence, 1998.

[A] Lesko, L.H., Introduction, in: L.H. Lesko ed., Pharaoh's Workers. The villagers of Deir el Medina, Ithaca and London, 1994, pp. 1-8.

[A] Lesko, L.H., Social and Economic Concerns, in: L.H. Lesko ed., Pharaoh's Workers. The villagers of Deir el Medina, Ithaca and London, 1994, pp. 9-13.

Introduction to part I of the book.

[A] Lesko, L.H., Spiritual and Intellectual Matters, in: L.H. Lesko ed., Pharaoh's Workers. The villagers of Deir el Medina, Ithaca and London, 1994, pp. 87-94.

Introduction to part II of the book.

[A] Loprieno, A., As a Conclusion: Towards a Detailed Perspective on Deir el-Medina, in: A. Dorn and T. Hofmann ed., Living and Writing in Deir el-Medine. Socio-historical Embodiment of Deir el-Medine Texts (Aegyptiaca Helvetica 19), Basel, 2006, pp. 165-170.

Concluding assessment of the preceding contributions to the same volume, concentrating on matters of language and writing.

[A] Roccati, A., Il quotidiana degli Egizi attraverso i papyri di Torino, in: Egitto e Società Antica. Atti del Convegno Torino 8/9 VI - 23/24 XI, Milan 1985, pp. 41-46.

[A] Roccati, A., Les mutations culturelles à Deir el-Médineh sous les Ramsès, in: G. Andreu ed., Deir el-Médineh et la Vallée des Rois. La vie en Égypte au temps des pharaons du Nouvel Empire. Actes du colloque organisé par le musée du Louvre les 3 et 4 mai 2002, Paris, 2003, pp. 197-207.

[A] Romer, J., Ancient Lives. The Story of the Pharaohs' Tombmakers, London, 1984.

Popular introduction.

[A] Ružová, J., The Scribe in the Place of Truth. The Life of the Egyptologist Jaroslav Černý, Prague, 2010.

[A] [N] [R] [T] Sauneron, S., A la découverte de l'ancienne Égypte. Travaux de l'Institut français d'Archéologie orientale du Caire en 1969-1970, Archeologia, Paris No. 38 (janvier-février 1971), 6-13.

Very short history of the village and the French excavations there.

[A] Strouhal, E., Life in Ancient Egypt, Cambridge, 1992.

Also dealing with aspects of the community of necropolis workmen, especially in Chapter Fourteen "Builders of the Royal Tombs" (pp. 187-199).

[A] [E] [N] Tadema, A. and B. Tadema Sporry, Vallei der Koningen. De graven van de farao's, Haarlem, 1979.

Two chapters "No grain, no tomb" and "The Institution Set-Maat" are concerned with Deir el-Medîna. Numerous photographs, among which three so far unpublished ostraca (p. 67).

[A] Tosi, M. and M.T. Nicola, Vita quotidiana nel villaggio operaio di Deir el Medina da ostraca iscritti e figurati (circa 1540-1070 a.C.), Imola, 2003.

popular work, including facsimiles of many figured ostraca.

[A] [N] Valbelle, D., L'institution de la Tombe, un témoin singulier d'histoire socio-économique en Égypte au Nouvel Empire, Dialogues d'Histoire Ancienne 10 (1984), pp. 35-50.

[A] Valbelle, D., "Les ouvriers de la Tombe". Deir el-Médineh à l'époque ramesside (Bibliothèque d'Étude 96), Cairo, 1985.

Standard work on the history, administration, organization and various aspects of life and work in Deir el-Medîna, presenting the state of investigation. Indices and bibliography.

[A] Warnemünde, G., Pharaos Arbeiter - gut genährt und wohl versorgt, Kemet - Die Zeitschrift für Ägyptenfreunde 16/3 (2007), pp. 31-35.

See also B: Bogoslovsky, Pamyatniki, 1972-1973

C: Burkard, in: Alma Mater Philippina, 1995; R.J. Demarée, in: Lire l'écrit, 1997

A-bis: BIBLIOGRAPHIES, LISTS

 

[A-bis] Demarée, R.J., The Deir el-Medîna Database, Göttinger Miszellen 159 (1997), p. 109.

Announcing the project "A survey of the New Kingdom non-literary texts from Deir el-Medîna".

[A-bis] Haring, B., A Systematic Bibliography on Deir el-Medîna, in: R.J. Demarée and A. Egberts ed., Village Voices. Proceedings of the symposium 'Texts from Deir el-Medîna and their interpretation', Leiden, May 31 - June 1, 1991 (CNWS Publications 13), Leiden, 1992, pp. 111-140.

Continuation of Zonhoven, in: Gleanings (A-bis).

[A-bis] Magee, D.N.E. and J. Malek, A checklist of transcribed hieratic documents in the papers of the late Professor Jaroslav Černý at the Griffith Institute, Oxford, 1988.

List organized after writing-material (papyri, ostraca, and other) and collections.

[A-bis] Magee, D.N.E. and J. Malek, A checklist of transcribed hieratic documents in the archive of the Griffith Institute, Oxford, 1991.

A new version of the foregoing list, also including the papers of Gardiner, Gunn, Peet, Griffith, Grdseloff, Barns and Smither. See now the current edition on the Internet at http://www.ashmol.ox.ac.uk/gri/4hicheck.html

[A-bis] Zonhoven, L.M.J., A Systematic Bibliography on Deir el-Medîna, in: R.J. Demarée and J.J. Janssen ed., Gleanings from Deir el-Medîna (Egyptologische Uitgaven 1), Leiden, 1982, pp. 245-298.

See also A: Andreu, Les artistes de Pharaon, 2002

 

B: MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICATIONS OF MONUMENTS AND DOCUMENTS

 

[B] [A] Bogoslovsky, E.S., Pamyatniki I dokumentyz Der-el-Medina khranyashchiesya v muzeyakh SSSR, (7 parts),

Vestnik Drevnej Istorii 1 (119), 1972, 79-103

2 (120), 1972, 62-93

3 (121), 1972, 64-105

4 (122), 1972, 65-89

1 (123), 1973, 78-104

2 (124), 1973, 70-102

3 (125), 1973, 80-86.

"Monuments and Documents from Deir el-Medîna in the Museums of the U.S.S.R." Part 1, 79-86 bibliography.

[B] Helck, W., Die datierten und datierbaren Ostraka, Papyri und Graffiti von Deir el-Medineh (Bearbeitet von A. Schlott) (Ägyptologische Abhandlungen 63), Wiesbaden 2002.

Datings and translations of texts, arranged in chronological order.

 

[B] Kitchen, K.A., Ramesside Inscriptions. Historical and Biographical

In the following survey, texts from these volumes are only included if the connection with the community of workmen is probable, by provenance or by contents.

Vol. I, Oxford, 1975.

Sethos I

pp. 225-226 (nr. 95): Hathor-temple & varia

pp. 363-414 (nrs. 153-174): category XXVIII: Life at Deir el-Medîna

Vol. II, Oxford, 1979.

Ramesses II

pp. 362-363 (nr. 128): Statue-Endowment, yr. 9

pp. 378-383 (nr. 134): (ostraca on 1st jubilee & contemporary events)

pp. 700-709 (nrs. 258-259): 'Official Works'. Minor Records & Remains

p. 846 (nr. 295): Sandstone Lintel

pp. 849-850 (nr. 303): Stela-Fragment, 'Cryptographic' Blocks

pp. 855-856 (nr. 315): O. Cairo J. 72460

pp. 914-915 (nr. 378): O. Louvre 2261, yr 53

p. 928 (nr. 403): Honey-Docket, yr. 49

Vol. III, Oxford, 1980.

Ramesses II

pp. 24-31 (nrs. 6-9): (monuments & ostraca Paser, Vizier)

pp. 39-46 (nrs. 18-19): (monuments & ostraca Khay, Vizier)

pp. 508-844 (nrs. 229-310): Category XXVIII: Life at Deir el-Medîna

Vol. IV, Oxford, 1982.

Merenptah

p. 72 (nr. 38): minor 'official' works

pp. 84-88 (nr. 51): (monuments & ostraca Panehsy, Vizier)

pp. 150-193 (nrs. 92-103): Category XXVIII: Life at Deir el-Medîna

Amenmesses

pp. 198-199 (nr. 6): Relief and Chapel

pp. 211-241 (nrs. 20-38): Category XXVIII: Life at Deir el-Medîna

Sethos II

p. 273 (nr. 26): minor works

pp. 298-338 (nrs. 52-66): Category XXVIII: Life at Deir el-Medîna

p. 340 (nr. 69): Add., Paneb, Table of Offerings

Siptah and Tewosret

pp. 358-362 (nrs. 28-29): (monuments & ostraca Hori, Vizier)

pp. 382-445 (nrs. 47-72): Category XXVIII: Life at Deir el-Medîna

pp. 446-448 (nrs. 74-76): addenda Cat. XXVIII

Vol. V, Oxford, 1983.

Setnakht

pp. 3-4 (nrs. 5-6): Chapels D-E

Ramesses III

pp. 90-91 (nr. 26): Chapel C, Rhetorical Stela

p. 338 (nr. 133): Oratory of Ptah

pp. 376-380 (nrs. 159-160): Chapels A-B, Hori & To, Viziers

pp. 435-671 (nrs. 215-250): Category XXVIII: Life at Deir el-Medîna

Vol. VI, Oxford, 1983.

Ramesses IV

pp. 60-62 (nr. 45): minor works (stelae, jar-stamps)

pp. 65-77 (nrs. 53-56): Documents of the Reign

p. 79 (nr. 58): Letter to Vizier (O. Gard. 59)

p. 80 (nr. 60): Stela Montu-em-tawy, treasury-chief

p. 85 (nr. 62): Stela, ostracon Hori

pp. 102-220 (nrs. 77-116): Category XXVIII: Life at Deir el-Medîna

Ramesses V

pp. 223-224 (nr. 5): P. Turin cat. 1885 vs.

pp. 236-277 (nrs, 19-41): Category XXVIII: Life at Deir el-Medîna

Ramesses VI

pp. 332-345 (nrs. 30-36): Documents of the Reign

p. 349 (nr. 40): (statue of Nehy, Vizier)

p. 350 (nr. 41): O. CG 25344

pp. 346-379 (nrs. 48-57): Category XXVIII: Life at Deir el-Medîna

Ramesses VII

p. 388 (nr. 7): (jamb, jar-stamp)

pp. 390-416 (nrs. 12-16): Documents of the Reign

pp. 424-437 (nrs. 20-31): Category XXVIII: Life at Deir el-Medîna

Ramesses VIII

p. 448 (nr. 5): Category XXVIII: Life at Deir el-Medîna

Ramesses IX

p. 459 (nr. 12): (clay jar-seals)

pp. 468-516 (nrs. 18-23): Docs. of the Reign, Tomb-Robberies

p. 524 (nr. 27): P. DeM 13

pp. 560-676 (nrs. 43-81): Category XXVIII: Life at Deir el-Medîna

p. 677 (nr. 84): (addendum) O. DeM 607

Ramesses X

pp. 681-700 (nrs. 8-15): Category XXVIII: Life at Deir el-Medîna

Ramesses XI

pp. 738-742 (nr. 10): Legal Deposition

pp. 743-838 (nrs. 21-30): Tomb-Robberies, etc.

pp. 839-840 (nr. 31): O. CG 25236

pp. 847-848 (nr. 36): O. CG 25744

pp. 850-879 (nrs. 39-56): Category XXVIII: Life at Deir el-Medîna

p. 880 (nr. 120): (addendum) P. Turin 1949+1946

Vol. VII, Oxford, 1989.

(add. and corr. to foregoing vols.)

pp. 29-44 (nrs. 195-205): Category XXVIII: Life at Deir el-Medîna

pp. 49-94 (nr. 417): commodity-dockets from jars

pp. 94-95 (nr. 418): stela of royal statue-cult

p. 106 (nr. 439): jar docket

pp. 171-216 (nrs. 489-509): Category XXVIII: Life at Deir el-Medîna

p. 218 (nr. 107): wine-jar dockets

pp. 232-235 (nrs. 117-118): Category XXVIII: Life at Deir el-Medîna

pp. 236-245 (nrs. 40-49): (idem)

pp. 249-250 (nrs. 76-78): (idem)

pp. 252-258 (nrs. 79-91): (idem)

p. 262 (nr. 254): jar-dockets

pp. 282-324 (nrs. 267-287): Category XXVIII: Life at Deir el-Medîna

p. 325 (nr. 123): wine-jar dockets

pp. 329-352 (nrs. 129-142): Category XXVIII: Life at Deir el-Medîna

pp. 353-359 (nrs. 43-49): (idem)

pp. 360-363 (nrs. 61-62): (idem)

p. 364 (nr. 32): jar 6097

pp. 368-370 (nrs. 35-36): Category XXVIII: Life at Deir el-Medîna

p. 370 (nr. 6): draft titulary, frgt.

p. 372 (nr. 88): O. Mond 139

pp. 376-384 (nrs. 91-98): Category XXVIII: Life at Deir el-Medîna

pp. 385-386 (nrs. 17-18): (idem)

pp. 388-403 (nrs. 59-66): (idem)

(addenda to the addenda)

pp. 406-407 (nr. 210): Category XXVIII: Life at Deir el-Medîna

pp. 410-411 (nr. 514): (idem)

pp. 414-415 (nr. 91): (idem)

pp. 421-464: (corrigenda)

Vol. VIII, Oxford, 1990.

(indexes)

A. Objects & Texts

B. Special Features

C. Publications & MS.Sources

[B] Kitchen, K.A., Ramesside Inscriptions Translated & Annotated: Translations

Vol. I, Oxford - Cambridge, MA, 1993.

Vol. II, Oxford - Cambridge, MA, 1996.

Vol. III, Oxford - Malden, MA, 2000.

Vol. V, Malden, MA etc., 2008.

[B] Kitchen, K.A., Ramesside Inscriptions Translated & Annotated: Notes and Comments

Vol. I, Oxford - Cambridge, MA, 1993.

Vol. II, Oxford - Malden, MA, 1999.

[B] Maspero, G., Rapport sur une mission en Italie, Recueil de travaux rélatifs à la philologie et à l'archéologie égyptiennes et assyriennes 2 (1880), 159-199; 3 (1882), 103-128.

Of the second part only p. 103-114 are devoted to Deir el-Medîna.
Monuments in Turin, genealogies, discussion of words as sDm-aS and st-mAat, etc.

[B] McDowell, A.G., Village Life in Ancient Egypt. Laundry Lists and Love Songs, Oxford, 1999.

Translations with commentary of a great number of literary and non-literary texts from Deir el-Medina, all together painting a picture of daily life in a village.

C: GENERAL ON DOCUMENTS (OSTRACA AND PAPYRI)

 

[C] Allam, S., Sind die nichtliterarischen Schriftostraka Brouillons?, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 54 (1968), 121-128.

 

[C] Allam, S., Using administrative archives in pharaonic Times, in: P. Piacentini and C. Orsenigo ed., Egyptian Archives. Proceedings of the First Session of the International Congress Egyptian Archives/Egyptological Archives, Milano, September 9-10, 2008 (Quaderni di Acme 111), Milan, 2009, pp. 61-70.

 

Largely based on evidence from Deir el-Medina.

[C] [S] Berg, H. van den, and K. Donker van Heel, A Scribe's Cache from the Valley of Queens? The Palaeography of Documents from Deir el-Medina: Some Remarks, in: R.J. Demarée and A. Egberts ed., Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD (Egyptologische Uitgaven 14), Leiden 2000, pp. 9-49.

Palaeographical study of a group of Turin ostraca.

[C] Blumenthal, E., Privater Buchbesitz im pharaonischen Ägypten, in: E. Blumenthal and W. Schmitz ed., Bibliotheken im Altertum (Wolffenbütteler Schriften zur Geschichte des Buchwesens 45), Wiesbaden, 2011, pp. 51-85.

Section 2.3 (pp. 73-80) concentrates on the Chester Beatty papyri.

[C] Bouvier, G., Quelques remarques sur l’identification des "mains" dans les documents hiératiques de l’époque ramesside, Annales de la Fondation Fyssen 17 (2002), pp. 9-18.

General on hieratic handwriting, dealing i.a. with DeM scribes.

[C] [A] [E] Burkard, G., "Du kennst doch die Situation der Stadt!". Zum Alltag der Nekropolenarbeiter Pharaos, in: Alma Mater Philippina (Marburger Universitätsbund E.V., Sommersemester 1995), 11-15.

Reporting a find of about 130 ostraca (administrative texts and letters concerning the provisioning of the workmen's community) close to the Ramesseum. Photographs of two ostraca (unnumbered), one transcribed, preliminary discussion of some texts. See also E: G. Burkard, in: Wege öffnen ..., 1996.

[C] [T] Burkard, G., Ostraka aus Deir el-Medine in spätzeitlichen Grabanlagen vor dem Deutschen Haus in Theben, in: Guksch, H. and D. Polz ed., Stationen. Beiträge zur Kulturgeschichte Ägyptens Rainer Stadelmann gewidmet, Mainz 1998, pp. 433-442, pl. 27.

Inventory of ostraca found in front of the German House, Qurna.

[C] Burkard, G., M. Goecke-Bauer, S. Wimmer, Editing Hieratic Ostraca. Some Remarks for the New Centennium, in: Mamdouh Eldamaty and Mai Trad ed., Egyptian Museum Collections Around the World. Studies for the Centennial of the Egyptian Museum, Cairo vol. I, Cairo, 2002, pp. 197-206.

General on the publication of hieratic ostraca, and more specifically on the “Deir el-Medineh Online” project of the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft.

[C] Černý , J., Les ostraca hiératiques, leur intérêt et la nécessité de leur étude, Chronique d'Égypte VI, No 12 (1931), 212-224.

Text of a lecture without notes on the importance of the study of the Deir el-Medîna ostraca.

[C] Curto, S., L'attività scientifica nel Museo Egizio di Torino, in: Un decennio di ricerche archeologiche 1 (Quaderni de "La Ricerca Scientifica" 100), Rome, 1978, pp. 259-270.

Dealing a.o. with work on Deir el-Medîna documents.

[C] Demarée, R.J., Recent Work on the Administrative Papyri in the Museo Egizio, Turin, in: G.M. Zaccone and T.R. di Netro ed., Sesto Congresso Internazionale di Egittologia. Atti II, Turin, 1993, pp. 101-105.

Particularly dealing with P. Turin Cat. 2044, 1961+2007, 2074 and the Stato Civile (Cat. 1963).

[C] [A] Demarée, R.J., Les archives de la Tombe, in: B. Gratien and R. Hanoune ed., Lire l'écrit. Textes, archives, bibliothèques dans l'Antiquité ("Ateliers". Cahiers de la Maison de la Recherche - Université Charles-de-Gaulle-Lille III, no. 12), Lille 1997, pp. 65-68.

[C] [F] Demarée, R., News from the Turin Archives of Ramesside Papyri, in: I. Brancoli, E. Ciampini, A. Roccati and L. Sist ed., L'impero ramesside. Convegno internazionale in onore di Sergio Donadoni (Università di Roma "La Sapienza", Dipartimento di Scienze Storiche Archeologiche e Antropologiche dell'Antichità, Sezione Vicino Oriente, Quaderno 1), Rome, 1997, pp. 67-69.

General on the papyri from Deir el-Medina kept in the Museo Egizio at Turin, with special attention to new fragments of P. Turin Cat. 2074, 1879, 1900 and 2044.

[C] Demarée, R.J., Letters and Archives from the New Kingdom Necropolis at Thebes, in: L. Pantalacci ed., La lettre d’archive. Communication administrative et personelle dans l’Antiquité proche-orientale et égyptienne. Actes du colloque de l’université de Lyon 2, 9-10 juillet 2004 (Bibliothèque Générale 32/Topoi Supplément 9), Cairo, 2008, pp. 43-52.

[C] [J] Donker van Heel, K., and B.J.J. Haring, Writing in a Workmen’s Village. Scribal Practice in Ramesside Deir el-Medina (Egyptologische Uitgaven 16), Leiden, 2003.

On methods used by the ancient scribes: duplicates (drafts and otherwise) and classification (denominatives and document headings).

[C] Dorn, A., Ein Literatenwettstreit und das Ende der Diglossie als sprachgeschichtliche Schwelle, in: D. Kessler, R. Schulz, M. Ullmann, A. Verbovsek and S. Wimmer ed., Texte - Theben - Tonfragmente. Festschrift für Günter Burkard (Ägypten und Altes Testament 76), Wiesbaden, 2009, pp. 70-82.

Discussion mainly based on P. Chester Beatty IV vs. II 5 - III 11, and literary ostraca from Deir el-Medina.

[C] Gasse, Annie, L'inventaire des ostraca littéraires de Deir el-Médina conservés à l'IFAO. Premiers résultats, Göttinger Miszellen 174 (2000), pp. 5-14.

[C] [N] Gasse, A., Le K2, un cas d'école?, in: R.J. Demarée and A. Egberts ed., Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD (Egyptologische Uitgaven 14), Leiden 2000, pp. 109-120.

Survey of all ostraca found at one area in the village.

[C] Gasse, A., Les ostraca hiératiques de Deir el-Medina: nouvelles orientations de la publication, in: R,J, Demarée and A. Egberts ed., Village Voices. Proceedings of the symposium 'Texts from Deir el-Medîna and their interpretation', Leiden, May 31 - June 1, 1991 (CNWS Publications 13), Leiden, 1992, pp. 51-70.

An overview of the unpublished literary ostraca in the French Institute in Cairo.

[C] Goelet Jr., O., Writing Ramesside Hieratic: What the Late-Egyptian Miscellanies Tell Us about Scribal Education, in: S.H. D'Auria ed., Servant of Mut. Studies in Honor of Richard A. Fazzini (Probleme der Ägyptologie 28), Leiden - Boston, 2008, pp. 102-110.

[C] Goelet Jr., O., Observations on Copying and the Hieroglyphic Tradition in the Production of the Book of the Dead, in: S.H. D'Auria ed., Offerings to the Discerning Eye. An Egyptological Medley in Honor of Jack A. Josephson (Culture and History of the Ancient Near East 38), Leiden - Boston, 2010, pp. 121-132.

[C] Gosline, S.L., “The Seated Man” (A1) in Late Egyptian Ostraca, in: Mamdouh Eldamaty and Mai Trad ed., Egyptian Museum Collections Around the World. Studies for the Centennial of the Egyptian Museum, Cairo vol. I, Cairo, 2002, pp. 465-475.

Palaeographical study based on the corpus of ostraca in Wimmer, Hieratische Paläographie.

[C] Guglielmi, Waltraud, Die ägyptische Liebespoesie, in: Ancient Egyptian Literature. History and Forms. Edited by Antonio Loprieno, Leiden - New York - Köln, E.J. Brill, 1996 (Probleme der Ägyptologie 10), 335-347.

[C] [E] Hagen, F., Ostraca, Literature and Teaching at Deir el-Medina, in: R. Mairs and A. Stevenson ed., Current Research in Egyptology 2005. Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Symposium which took place at the University of Cambridge, 6-8 January 2005, Oxford 2007, pp. 38-51.

 

Focussing on O. BM EA 21186, 21216 and 21284.

 

[C] Haring, B., Towards Decoding the Necropolis Workmen’s Funny Signs, Göttinger Miszellen 178 (2000), pp. 45-58.

[C] Haring, B., From Oral Practice to Written Record in Ramesside Deir el-Medina, Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient 46 (2003), pp. 249-272.

[C] Haring, B., Pratique écrite et pratique orale à Deir el-Médineh, in: G. Andreu ed., Deir el-Médineh et la Vallée des Rois. La vie en Égypte au temps des pharaons du Nouvel Empire. Actes du colloque organisé par le musée du Louvre les 3 et 4 mai 2002, Paris, 2003, pp. 139-156.

[C] Haring, B.J.J., Scribes and Scribal Activity at Deir el-Medina, in: A. Dorn and T. Hofmann ed., Living and Writing in Deir el-Medine. Socio-historical Embodiment of Deir el-Medine Texts (Aegyptiaca Helvetica 19), Basel, 2006, pp. 107-112.

 

Historical outline of scribal activity at Deir el-Medina and in neighbouring areas during the New Kingdom.

 

[C] Haring, B., “In Life, Prosperity, Health!” Introductory Formulae in Letters from the Theban Necropolis, in: D. Kessler, R. Schulz, M. Ullmann, A. Verbovsek and S. Wimmer ed., Texte - Theben - Tonfragmente. Festschrift für Günter Burkard (Ägypten und Altes Testament 76), Wiesbaden, 2009, pp. 180-191.

 

[C] Haring, B., Workmen's Marks on Ostraca from the Theban Necropolis: A Progress Report, in: B.J.J. Haring and O.E. Kaper ed., with the assistance of C.H. van Zoest, Pictograms or Pseudo Script? Non-textual identity marks in practical use in Ancient Egypt and elsewhere. Proceedings of a Conference in Leiden, 19-20 December 2006 (Egyptologische Uitgaven 25), Leiden, 2009, pp. 143-167.

 

[C] Haring, B., On the Nature of the Workmen’s Marks of the Royal Necropolis Administration in the New Kingdom, in: P. Andrássy, J. Budka & F. Kammerzell ed., Non-Textual Marking Systems, Writing and Pseudo Script from Prehistory to Modern Times (Lingua Aegyptia - Studia monographica 8), Göttingen, 2009, pp. 123-135.

[C] Janssen, J.J., Ostracologie, Phoenix, Leiden 10 (1964), 116-120.

[C] Janssen, J.J., Accountancy at Deir el-Medîna: How accurate are the administrative ostraca?, Studien zur altägyptischen Kultur 33 (2005), pp. 147-157.

[C] [F] Koenig, Y., Notes sur la découverte des Papyrus Chester Beatty, Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 81 (1982), pp. 41-43.

Short note on the discovery of these papyri in a tomb at Deir el-Medîna.

[C] Maravelia, A., Some Aspects of Ancient Egyptian Social Life from the Study of the Principal Love Poem’s Ostraca from Deir al-Medina, in: Z. Hawass ed., Egyptology at the Dawn of the Twenty-first Century. Proceedings of the Eighth International Congress of Egyptologists, Cairo, 2000, vol. 3, Cairo 2003, pp. 281-288.

[C] Mathieu, B., La littérature égyptienne sous les Ramsès d’après les ostraca littéraires de Deir el-Médineh, in: G. Andreu ed., Deir el-Médineh et la Vallée des Rois. La vie en Égypte au temps des pharaons du Nouvel Empire. Actes du colloque organisé par le musée du Louvre les 3 et 4 mai 2002, Paris, 2003, pp. 117-137.

[C] McDowell, A., Ostraca: Ancient Egyptian Ephemera, Egyptian Archaeology 7 (1995), pp. 31 and 32.

[C] [N] [S] McDowell, Andrea, Teachers and Students at Deir el-Medina, in: R.J. Demarée and A. Egberts ed., Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD (Egyptologische Uitgaven 14), Leiden 2000, pp. 217-233.

[C] Neunert, G., Zu den "Carter-Carnarvon-Ostraka" aus dem Tal der Könige, in: A. Dorn and T. Hofmann ed., Living and Writing in Deir el-Medine. Socio-historical Embodiment of Deir el-Medine Texts (Aegyptiaca Helvetica 19), Basel, 2006, pp. 119-133.

 

Dealing with the archaeological context of the Carter-Carnarvon ostraca.

[C] [S] Nordh, K., Aspects of Ancient Egyptian Curses and Blessings. Conceptual Background and Transmission (Boreas 26), diss., Uppsala 1996.

Pp. 165-168 Excursus: Deir el-Medina and Kenherkhepeshef, Scribe of the Tomb.

[C] [F] [S] Pestman, P.W., Who were the Owners, in the "Community of Workmen", of the Chester Beatty Papyri, in: R.J. Demarée and J.J. Janssen ed., Gleanings from Deir el-Medîna (Egyptologische Uitgaven 1), Leiden, 1982, pp. 155-172.

[C] Raisman, V., Hieratic Ostraca in the Petrie Collection, in: S. Schoske ed., Akten des vierten internationalen Ägyptologenkongresses, München 1985, Band III - Linguistik-Philologie-Religion (Studien zur Altägyptischen Kultur. Beihefte 3), Hamburg, 1989, pp. 189-192.

General on the collection of ostraca and their state of publication.

[C] Ritter, V., Ostraca hiératiques et ostraca figurés. Quelques nouveaux raccords, Göttinger Miszellen 217 (2008), pp. 81-87.

[C] Roccati, A., Tra i papiri torinesi (Scavi nel Museo di Torino, 7), Oriens Antiquus 14 (1975), 243-253.

A large variety of literary, magical and religious papyri originally belonged to the workmen's community at Deir el-Medîna and are at present in Turin.

[C] Roccati, A., Les Papyrus de Turin, Bulletin de la Société Française d'Égyptologie 99 (1984), pp. 9-27.

Short survey of the acquisition and study of the papyri in Turin in general, and some particular texts.

[C] Roccati, A., Due “archivi” coevi a confronto: Deir el-Medina e Ugarit, in: P. Piacentini and C. Orsenigo ed., Egyptian Archives. Proceedings of the First Session of the International Congress Egyptian Archives/Egyptological Archives, Milano, September 9-10, 2008 (Quaderni di Acme 111), Milan, 2009, pp. 115-125.

[C] Sauneron, S., Ostraca et papyrus trouvés à Deir el-Médineh en 1950/51, Bulletin de la Société Française d'Égyptologie No. 9 (Février 1952), 13-20.

On the contents of the 2500 literary, non-literary and figured ostraca and papyri found during the 1950/51 excavations.

[C] [E] [F] Tiradritti, Francesco, La documentazione di Deir el-Medina, in SESH, lingue e scritture nell'antico egitto, Milano 1999, pp. 130-135.

Brief introduction to the documents from the village, illustrated by photographs and description of some papyri and ostraca in the collection of the Civiche Raccolte Archeologiche in Milan.

[C] Valbelle, D., Les archives de la Tombe, aujourd’hui, in: G. Andreu ed., Deir el-Médineh et la Vallée des Rois. La vie en Égypte au temps des pharaons du Nouvel Empire. Actes du colloque organisé par le musée du Louvre les 3 et 4 mai 2002, Paris, 2003, pp. 157-171.

[C] [D] Wimmer, S., Hieratische Paläographie der nicht-literarischen Ostraka der 19. und 20. Dynastie, vols. 1 (text) and 2 (tables) (Ägypten und Altes Testament 28), Munich 1995.

Palaeographical work based on 101 ostraca, mainly from Deir el-Medîna and dating from Seti I to Ramesses IX. Survey and description of the shapes of selected hieratic signs and groups. Catalogue of texts (vol. 1, pp. 21-142) includes transcriptions and facsimilae of hitherto unpublished ostraca: Berlin 6025 obv. and 10654, BM 50730 obv. and 65944 (= Nash 10) obv., Gardiner 133 obv., 143 obv. and 197, Munich 397.

[C] Wimmer, S., Palaeography and the Dating of Ramesside Ostraca, Lingua Aegyptia. Journal of Egyptian Language Studies 9 (2001), pp. 285-292.

Possible criteria for dating purposes are tested on palaeographic material from six ostraca: O. Petrie 60, O. BM 5631, O. DeM 554, O. DeM 587, O. Prague 1826 and O. Gardiner 37.

See also A: E. Brunner-Traut, Die Alten Ägypter, 1974; T.G.H. James, The Archaeology of Ancient Egypt, 1972

E: G. Burkard, in: Wege öffnen ..., 1996; Wimmer, in: Seventh International Congress, 1998

L: Janssen, JEA 73 (1987)

N: McDowell, in: Studies Simpson 2, 1996

D: PUBLICATIONS OF LARGER GROUPS OF OSTRACA INCLUDING SOME OF PAPYRI

[D] Abdel Samie, A.R., Hieratic Documents from the Ramesside Period in the Egyptian Museum of Cairo (GHP Egyptology 14), London, 2010.

[D] Allam, S., Hieratische Ostraka und Papyri aus der Ramessidenzeit, 2 vols [Text] und Tafelteil [= Transkriptionen aus der Nachlass von J. Černý ], Tübingen, 1973 = Urkunden zum Rechtsleben im alten Ägypten, 1.

[D] [I] Allam, S., Einige hieratische Ostraka der Papyrussammlung der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin, Forschungen und Berichte 22 (1982), pp. 51-61, pls. 1-8.

Three jar inscriptions and eleven ostraca, coming from W.Thebes, some of them from Deir el-Medîna.

[D] [S. Birch], Inscriptions in the Hieratic and Demotic Character from the Collections of the British Museum, London, 1868.

Facsimiles of ostraca.

[D] Burkard, G., ‘Einige Briefe aus Deir el-Medine’, Göttinger Miszellen 185 (2001), pp. 5-21.

Publication with photograph and transcription, translation and commentary of four ostraca found in front of the German House in Western-Thebes: O. Qurna 647, O. Qurna 620/2, O. Qurna 690/6 and O. Qurna 649/1.

 

[D] Burkard, G., M. Goecke-Bauer, S. Wimmer, Deir el Medine online [URL: http://dem-online.gwi.uni-muenchen.de/].

 

Online edition, analysis and database of Ramesside hieratic ostraca (1) in the Papyrussammlung of the Egyptian Museum in Berlin and (2) excavated in Qurna in 1983.

 

[D] Černý , J., Catalogue des ostraca hiératiques non littéraires de Deir el Médineh, Cairo,

Tome [I] (Nos 1 à 113), 1935 = Documents de fouilles, 3

II (Nos 114 à 189), 1937 = Documents de fouilles, 4

III (Nos 190 à 241), 1937 = Documents de fouilles, 5

IV (Nos 242 à 339), 1939 = Documents de fouilles, 6

V (Nos 340 à 456), 1951 = Documents de fouilles, 7

[VII] (Nos 624-705), 1970 = Documents de fouilles, 14

See also below: Sauneron, Catalogue [VI], 1959; Grandet, Catalogue VIII, 2000.

[D] Černý , J., Ostraca hiératiques. Nos. 25501-25832, Le Caire, 1935 = Catalogue général des antiquités égyptiennes du Musée du Caire.

[D] Černý , J., Quelques ostraca hiératiques inédits de Thèbes au Musée du Caire, Annales du Service des Antiquités de l'Égypte 27 (1927), 183-210.

Transcription, translation and commentary of O. Cairo 25521, 25556, 25559 and 25608.

[D] Černý , J. and A.H. Gardiner, Hieratic Ostraca, Vol. I, Oxford, 1957.

[D] Daressy, G., Ostraca. Nos. 25001-25385, Le Caire, 1901 = Catalogue général des antiquités égyptiennes du Musée du Caire.

For a review, with improved readings, see below: Spiegelberg, OLZ 5 (1902).

[D] Daressy, G., Quelques ostraca de Biban el Molouk, Annales du Service des Antiquités de l'Égypte 27 (1927), 161-182.

Provisional publication of i.a. O. Cairo 25555, 25589, 25504, 25560 and 25559 in transcription and with translation and general commentary.

[D] [X] Demarée, R.J., Ramesside Ostraca, London, 2002.

Edition (descriptions, photographs, transcriptions) of the Ramesside ostraca in the British Museum, most of which probably from Deir el-Medina. Including non-literary, literary, and religious texts, as well as hieroglyphic and figured ostraca.

[D] Gardiner, A.H., Hieratic Texts, in: Theban Ostraca. Edited from the originals, now mainly in the Royal Ontario Museum of Archaeology, Toronto, and the Bodleian Library, Oxford. Part I, London, 1913.

[D] Gasse, A., Catalogue des ostraca hiératiques littéraires de Deir el-Médina. Nos 1676-1774. Tome IV, fasc. 1 (Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale du Caire. Documents de fouilles T. XXV), Cairo, 1990.

Publication (photographs and transcriptions) of various texts, the most important groups being hymns, model-letters, magical and medical texts, and unidentified 'literary' texts.

[D] Goedicke, H., Hieratische Ostraka in Wien, Wiener Zeitschrift für die Kunde des Morgenlandes 59/60 (1963/64), 1-43.

[D] Goedicke, H. und E.F. Wente, Ostraka Michaelides, Wiesbaden, 1962.

[D] Grandet, P., Catalogue des ostraca hiératiques non littéraires de Deir el Médineh VIII (Nos. 706-830), Cairo, 2000 = Documents de fouilles, 39

[D] Grandet, P., Catalogue des ostraca hiératiques non littéraires de Deir el Médineh IX (Nos. 831-1000), Cairo, 2003 = Documents de fouilles, 41.

[D] Grandet, P., Catalogue des ostraca hiératiques non littéraires de Deîr el-Médînéh X (Nos 10001-10123), Cairo, 2006 = Documents de fouilles, 46.

 

[D] Grandet, P., Catalogue des ostraca hiératiques non littéraires de Deîr el-Médînéh XI (Nos 10124-10275), Cairo, 2010 = Documents de fouilles, 48.

 

[D] Hagen, F., New Kingdom Ostraca from the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge (Culture and History of the Ancient Near East 46), Leiden - Boston, 2011.

[D] Hieratische Papyrus aus den Königlichen Museen zu Berlin herausgegeben von der Generalverwaltung. Dritter Band, Leipzig, 1911.

Pl. 26-42: ostraca.

[D] [I] Koenig, Y., Nouveaux textes hiératiques de la Vallée des Reines [1], Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 88 (1988), pp. 113-129.

Publication of 22 ostraca and jar-inscriptions found during the campaign of CNRS and CEDAE in the Valley of the Queens.

[D] Koenig, Y., Les ostraca hiératiques inédits de la Bibliothèque Nationale et Universitaire de Strasbourg (Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale du Caire. Documents de fouilles 33), Cairo 1997.

Editio princeps of more than a hundred ostraca, the majority of which connected with the Deir el-Medina documents. Review by S. Allam, Welt des Orients 30 (1999), pp. 142-143; B. Mathieu, OLZ 95/3 (2000), 245-256; M. Müller, Lingua Aegyptia 7 (2000), pp. 271-288. See also E: Fischer-Elfert, GM 176 (2000).

[D] Koenig, Y., Les ostraca hiératiques du Musée du Louvre, Revue d'Égyptologie 42 (1991), pp. 95-116.

First part of a series intended to publish all hieratic ostraca in the Louvre Collection, describing a group of 13 documentary texts.

[D] [I] López, J., Ostraca Ieratici N. 57001-57092 (Catalogo del Museo Egizio di Torino, 2nd series vol. 3, fasc. 1), Milan, 1978.

N. 57093-57319 (fasc. 2), Milan, 1980.

N. 57320-57449 (fasc. 3), Milan, 1982.

N. 57450-57568. Tabelle Lignee N. 58001-58007 (fasc. 4), Milan, 1984.

[D] Mathieu, B., Sur quelques ostraca hiératiques récemment publiés, Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 93 (1993), pp. 335-347 and figs. 1-9.

Remarks on some of the literary ostraca published by Gasse Catalogue, 1990 (see below).

[D] McDowell, A.G., Hieratic Ostraca in the Hunterian Museum Glasgow (The Colin Campbell Ostraca), Oxford, 1993.

Full publication of the 27 ostraca (documentary and literary) collected by the Rev. Dr. Colin Campbell.

[D] Posener, G., Catalogue des ostraca hiératiques littéraires de Deir el-Médineh, Le Caire.

Tome I (Nos 1001 à 1108), [1934]-1938 = Documents de fouilles, 1

Tome II (Nos 1109 à 1266), 1951-1952-1972 = Documents de fouilles, 18

Tome III (Nos 1267-1675), 1977-1978-1980 = Documents de fouilles, 20

[D] Sauneron, S., Catalogue des ostraca hiératiques non littéraires de Deir el Médineh [VI] (Nos. 560-623), Le Caire, 1959 = Documents de fouilles, 13.

See also above: Černý , Catalogue [I]-[VII], 1935-1970.

[D] Van Siclen, Ch.C., Trois commentaires sur les ostraca de Deir el-Bahari, Revue d'Égyptologie 34 (1982-83), pp. 140-142.

Comments upon Hayes, JEA 46 (1960), pp. 51-52, and Marciniak, Acts Ist International Congress of Egyptology (1979), pp. 453-455.

[D] Speleers, L., Recueil des inscriptions égyptiennes des Musées Royaux du Cinquantenaire à Bruxelles, Bruxelles, 1923.

Cat. Nos. 182-246 = E 301 - E 5181.

[D] Spiegelberg, W., Beiträge und Nachträge zu Daressys Publikation der hieratischen Ostraca des Museums von Gizeh, Orientalistische Literaturzeitung 5 (1902), 307-335.

Important review of Daressy, Ostraca, 1901 (see above).

[D] Spiegelberg, W., Studien und Materialien zum Rechtswesen des Pharaonenreiches der Dynastien 18-21, Hannover, 1892.

[D] [L] Wente, E.F., Letters from Ancient Egypt (Society of Biblical Literature. Writings from the Ancient World 1), Atlanta, 1990.

Pp. 132-170: "Letters from the Ramesside Community of Deir el-Medina"; 171-204: "Late Ramesside Letters".

See also

A: Andreu, Les artistes de Pharaon, 2002

C: Raisman, in: Akten des vierten ..., 1985; Wimmer, Hieratische Paläographie ..., 1995

G: Janssen, JNES 46 (1987)

I: Koenig, Catalogue des etiquettes de jarres, 1979-1980

E: INDIVIDUAL OSTRACA OR SMALL GROUPS OF THEM

 

[E] [Q] Allam, S., Engagements matériels en faveur d'Anoukis, déesse guérisseuse (ostracon hiératique Turin 57062, anciennement 5941), in: Bulletin du Centenaire (Supplément au Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 81), Cairo, 1981, pp. 197-204.

Translation and commentary of this ostracon from the Valley of Queens.

[E] Allam, S., Ostracon Berlin P. 12398, Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Abteilung Kairo 37 (1981), pp. 9-13 and pls. 2-3.

Palimpsest ostracon (letter) from xa-bxn.t to Anw-nxt.

[E] Allam, S., Zu O. Berlin 14696, Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde 113 (1986), p. 81.

Short note on the resemblance of this ostracon to O. DeM 33, being a list of workmen in connection with payments. Cf. D: Allam, FuB 22 (1982), pp. 60-61 and pl. 8.

[E] Berg, D., Another Look at Ostracon MFA Boston 11.1498, Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt 30 (1993), pp. 57-69.

About a draft or copy of a donation stela, which has already once been associated with Deir el-Medîna draughtsmen by Černý , JEA 44 (1958) (see below).

[E] Bickel, S. and B. Mathieu, L'écrivain Amennakht et son enseignement, Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 93 (1993), pp. 31-51, pls. 1-8.

Edition of O. Grdseloff. Notes on the scribe Amennakht son of Ipuy, the supposed author of the text, on other literary compositions of this scribe, and on the "teaching of Hori".

[E] Borghouts, J.F., The 'hot' one (pA Smw) in ostracon Deir el-Médineh 1265, Göttinger Miszellen 38 (1980), pp. 21-80.

[E] [Q] Borghouts, J.F., Monthu and Matrimonial Squabbles, Revue d'Égyptologie 33 (1981), pp. 11-22.

Translation, commentary and discussion on O. DeM 439. Comparison with other documents.

[E] Borghouts, J.F., A Deputy of the Gang knows his Business (Hier. Ostr. 67,1), in: R.J. Demarée and J.J. Janssen ed., Gleanings from Deir el-Medîna (Egyptologische Uitgaven 1), Leiden, 1982, pp. 71-99.

Discussion on a letter from the idnw imn-xaw.

[E] Brose, M., Ostrakon BM EA 50727. „An unknown literary text“?, Studien zur Altägyptischen Kultur 38 (2009), pp. 57-81.

New edition and extensive discussion of a text already published in D: Demarée, Ramesside Ostraca; the author suggests that it refers to a ritual connected with the inundation.

[E] Burkard, G., "Die Götter gebären in dieser Monat". Ostrakon Qurna 633, Göttinger Miszellen 169 (1999), 5-15.

Photograph, transcription, transliteration, translation and commentary.

[E] [C] Burkard, G., "Der in der Wüste tanzt", in: M. Schade-Busch ed., Wege öffnen. Festschrift für Rolf Gundlach zum 65. Geburtstag (Ägypten und Altes Testament 35), Wiesbaden 1996, 23-29, pl. 1 (a).

General on the find of some 130 ostraca (see C: G. Burkard, in: Alma Mater Philippina, 1995). Edition of one text (exc. no. 656/3) dated to the late 19th Dynasty.

[E] [N] Burkard, G., Ein säumiger Wasserträger: O. Qurna 691//17/82, in: R.J. Demarée and A. Egberts ed., Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD (Egyptologische Uitgaven 14), Leiden 2000, pp. 55-64.

Publication of one of the ostraca found in front of the German House, Qurna: a letter or report concerning the hardships of the work of a water-carrier.

[E] Burkard, Günter, Ostraka aus Deir el-Medine in spätzeitlichen Grabanlagen vor dem Deutschen Haus in Theben, in: Stationen. Beiträge zur Kulturgeschichte Ägyptens. Rainer Stadelmann gewidmet. Herausgegeben von Heike Guksch und Daniel Polz, Mainz, Verlag Philipp von Zabern, 1998, 433-442.

[E] Cassonnet, P. and S. Rosmorduc, Un fragment de miscellanée. L’O. Louvre E 11178a, in: C. Gallois, P. Grandet and L. Pantalacci ed., Mélanges offerts à François Neveu par ses amis, élèves et collègues á l’occasion de son soixante-quinzième anniversaire (Bibliothèque d’Étude 145), Cairo 2008, pp. 53-61.

[E] Černý , J., Hieraticke Ostrakon, Casopis Národniho Musea, Prag 115 (1946), pp. 27-31.

O. Prague National Museum 1826 = Černý , Gardiner, Hieratic Ostraca 70,2. Not seen.

[E] Černý , J., A Hieroglyphic Ostracon in the Museum of Fine Arts at Boston, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 44 (1958), pp. 23-25.

See also above: Berg, JARCE 30 (1993).

[E] Černý , J., Ostrakon Nr. 2973 der Staatl. Ermitage zu Leningrad, Archiv Orientální 3 (1931), pp. 395-399.

[E] Černý , J., Reference to Blood Brotherhood among Semites in an Egyptian Text of the Ramesside Period, Journal of Near Eastern Studies 14 (1955), pp. 161-163.

O. Or. Inst. Chicago 12074 = Černý , Gardiner, Hieratic Ostraca 78-79.

[E] Černý , J., Restitution of, and Penalty Attaching to, Stolen Property in Ramesside Times, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 23 (1937), pp. 186-189.

O. Or. Inst. Chicago Prov. No. 110 = now No. 16987 published in transcription and some comments.

[E] Cilli, D., Delivery Ostraca Discovered Adjacent to KV 47, in: M. Collier and S. Snape ed., Ramesside Studies in Honour of K.A. Kitchen, Bolton, 2011, pp. 95-110.

[E] Chabas, F., Sur une ostracon de la collection Caillaud, Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde 5 (1867), pp. 37-40.

[E] [Q] Cooney, K.M., and J.B. McClain, The Offering Meal in the Ritual of Amenhotep I: An Instance of the Local Adaptation of Cult Liturgy, Journal of Ancient Near Eastern Religions 5 (2005), pp. 41-78.

 

Edition of O. LACMA M. 80. 203.192 + M. 80. 203.211 (= O. Michaelides 72), inscribed with part of the ritual of Amenhotep I; discussion of the meaning of this ritual and its adaptation to the local cult, presumably at Deir el-Medina.

[E] Daressy, G., Un plan égyptien d'une tombe royale, Revue Archéologique, Paris, 3e série, 32 (1898), pp. 235-240.

Plan of the tomb of Ramses IX (O. Cairo 25184), probably from Deir el-Medîna.

[E] Daressy, G., Ramsès-si-Ptah, Recueil de travaux rélatifs à la philologie et à l'archéologie égyptiennes et assyriennes 34 (1912), pp. 39-52.

O. Biban el-Moluk: journal.

[E] Daressy, G., Un ostracon de Biban el Molouk, Annales du Service des Antiquités de l'Égypte 22 (1922), 75-76.

O. found in the Valley of the Kings, mentioning Hay son of Amennakht. Verso = O. Cairo 25764.

[E] [N] Davies, B.G., O. Berlin P. 11239 and the Coppersmiths at Deir el-Medina, Göttinger Miszellen 137 (1993), pp. 39-47.

[E] [F] [Y] Davies, B.G., Egyptian Historical Inscriptions of the Nineteenth Dynasty (Documenta Mundi Aegyptiaca 2), Jonsered, 1997.

Including transliterations, translations and commentaries to texts from Deir el-Medina: O. Cairo CG 25581 (pp.245-248); O. BM 5634 (pp. 309-334); P. Salt 124 = BM 10055 (pp. 343-354).

[E] [N] [S] Davies, B.G., and J. Toivari, A Letter of Reproach (O. DeM 314): Corruption in the Administration of the Washing Service at Deir el-Medina, in: R.J. Demarée and A. Egberts ed., Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD (Egyptologische Uitgaven 14), Leiden 2000, pp. 65-77.

Translation of and commentary on a problematic text concerning laundry services in the village.

[E] Davies, B.G. and J. Toivari, Misuse of a maidservant's services at Deir el-Medina (O. CGC 25237, recto), Studien zur altägyptischen Kultur 24 (1997), pp. 69-80.

A study of the text on the recto of Cairo CG 25237.

[E] [N] [S] Demarée, R.J., Ladies' Day: An Unusual Name List from the End of the XIXth Dynasty, in: R.J. Demarée and A. Egberts ed., Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD (Egyptologische Uitgaven 14), Leiden 2000, pp. 79-87.

Publication of O. Leiden F. 2000/1.2 containing a list of names of not only workmen but also several female inhabitants of the village.

[E] Demarée, R.J., O. Heidelberg Inv. Nr. 567: fragment of a necropolis journal, Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde 129 (2002), pp.109-114, pl. XVII-XIX.

The ostracon joins O. DeM 34; full edition of the entire document.

[E] Demarée, R.J., "Remove your Stela" (O. Petrie 21 = Hier.Ostr. 16,4), in: R.J. Demarée and J.J. Janssen ed., Gleanings from Deir el-Medîna (Egyptologische Uitgaven 1), Leiden, 1982, pp. 101-108.

[E] Demarée, R.J., "Royal Riddles", in: R.J. Demarée and A. Egberts ed., Village Voices. Proceedings of the symposium 'Texts from Deir el-Medîna and their interpretation', Leiden, May 31 - June 1, 1991 (CNWS Publications 13), Leiden, 1992, pp. 9-18.

Publication of an ostracon in a private collection: the text gives measurements of doors and doorways in the tomn of either Merneptah or Seti II.

[E] Demarée, R.J., Two “New” Donkey Texts from Deir el-Medina. O. Hildesheim PM 5160, O. Leiden F. 2002/10.1, in: C. Gallois, P. Grandet and L. Pantalacci ed., Mélanges offerts à François Neveu par ses amis, élèves et collègues à l’occasion de son soixante-quinziéme anniversaire (Bibliothèque d’Étude 145), Cairo, 2008, pp. 83-98.

 

With an excursus (pp. 90-92) on rental prices of donkeys.

 

[E] Donnat, S., Hommage d’un lettré à son épouse défunte, Égypte, Afrique & Orient 25 (2002), pp. 31-42.

 

Translation and discussion of O. Louvre N 698 (the scribe Butehamun to his deseased wife Ikhtay).

 

[E] [S] Dorn, A., MAA-nxt.w=f, ein (?) einfacher Arbeiter, schreibt Briefe, in: A. Dorn and T. Hofmann ed., Living and Writing in Deir el-Medine. Socio-historical Embodiment of Deir el-Medine Texts (Aegyptiaca Helvetica 19), Basel, 2006, pp. 67-85.

 

On ostraca from the Valley of Kings (most of which recently found) and the two scribes called Maaninakhtuf who made them.

[E] Dorn, A., Die Lehre Amunnachts, Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde 131 (2004), pp. 38-55, pls. II-VII.

Publication of O. KV 18/3.614 + 627, which bears the longest version known so far of the “Teaching of Amennakht”. Synoptic edition with variants on other ostraca; commentary.

[E] Dorn, A., The Provenance and Context of the Accession-Ostracon of Ramesses VI. O. KV 18/6.924: Another Fragment Matching O. BM EA 50722 + O. Cairo CG 25726 (= KRI VI, 364), in: M. Collier and S. Snape ed., Ramesside Studies in Honour of K.A. Kitchen, Bolton, 2011, pp. 159-168.

[E] Endesfelder, E., Drei neuägyptische hieratische Ostraka, Forschungen und Berichte, Berlin 8 (1967), pp. 65-69.

O. Berlin 10665 (= Hieratische Papyrus ... III, pl. 38), 10663 and 11292 (= Hieratische Papyrus ... III, pl. 30).

[E] Erman, A., Aus dem Volksleben des Neuen Reiches, Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde 42 (1905), pp. 100-106.

Publication of miscellaneous ostraca.

[E] Erman, A., Hieratische Ostraka, Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde 18 (1880), 93-99.

O. Florence 2616, 2617, 2619, 2620 (Erman "ohne Nummer") and 2625, and O. Edinburgh (Hymn to the Chariot).

[E] [F] Erman, A., Zwei Aktenstücke aus der thebanischen Gräberstadt = Sitzungsberichte der Kon. Preussischen Ak. d. Wiss. Jahrgang 1910, Phil.-hist. Kl., Berlin, 1910, Nr. 19, pp. 330-347.

BM 5624, P. Berlin 10496, together forming a dossier.

[E] [R] Eyre, C.J., A 'Strike' Text from the Theban Necropolis, in: Glimpses of Ancient Egypt (Studies Fairman), Warminster, 1979, pp. 80-91.

O. Nicholson Museum, Sydney R 97, a strike text of the XXth Dynasty.

[E] Fischer-Elfert, H., Lesefunde im literarischen Steinbruch von Deir el-Medineh (Kleine ägyptische Texte 12), Wiesbaden 1997.

Translations with commentary of a number of fragments of literary compositions known only from Deir el-Medina ostraca. Review by J.F. Quack, Welt des Orients 30 (1999), pp. 138-140.

[E] [S] Fischer-Elfert, H., Ostrakon hier. Straßburg H. 108 - Brouillon eines Stiftungsvermerks oder Teil eines literarischen Kolophons des Schreibers Pasched, Göttinger Miszellen 176 (2000), pp. 111-112.

Remarks on an ostracon published in D: Koenig, Ostraca hiératiques Strasbourg, 1997.

[E] Fischer-Elfert, H., Vermischtes II, Göttinger Miszellen 135 (1993), pp. 31-37.

Sections II and III are concerned with the (literary) ostraca DeM 438, 1466 and 1730.

[E] Fischer-Elfert, H.-W., Literature as a Mirror of private Affairs. The Case of MnnA (i) and his Son Mrj-4xm.t (iii), in: A. Dorn and T. Hofmann ed., Living and Writing in Deir el-Medine. Socio-historical Embodiment of Deir el-Medine Texts (Aegyptiaca Helvetica 19), Basel, 2006, pp. 87-92.

 

Concentrating on O. OIM 12074 + O. IFAO 2188 as a literary reflection on the juridical events recorded in O. BM EA 66408 and P. DeM 27.

[E] Fischer-Elfert, H.-W., Ein Brief an den Schreiber Amen-chau aus Deir el-Medineh. Hieratisches Ostrakon Landesmuseum Oldenburg/Oldb., Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde 131 (2004), pp. 56-58, pl. VIII.

[E] Fischer-Elfert, H.-W., Ein neuer Mosaikstein im Hordjedef-Puzzle (§7) (Ostrakon Berlin P. 12383), in: D. Kessler, R. Schulz, M. Ullmann, A. Verbovsek and S. Wimmer ed., Texte - Theben - Tonfragmente. Festschrift für Günter Burkard (Ägypten und Altes Testament 76), Wiesbaden, 2009, pp. 118-127.

[E] Fischer-Elfert, H.-W., „Ein Mann, der nicht gehen kann.“ Erste Annäherungen an das Heilritual aus dem Hypogäum von Kapelle 1190 in Deir el-Medineh (Ostr. DeM 1059 und Ostr. Berlin P. 14291), in: H.-W. Fischer-Elfert and T.S. Richter ed., Literatur und Religion im Alten Ägypten. Ein Symposium zu Ehren von Elke Blumenthal (Abhandlungen der Sächsischen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Leipzig - Philologisch-historische Klasse 81/5), Leipzig, 2011, pp. 79-109.

[E] Foster, J.L., Oriental Institute Ostracon No. 12074: "Menna's Lament" or "Letter to a Wayward Son", The Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities. Journal 14 (1984), pp. 88-99.

Concerning a "literary" letter of sS-qd mnnA to his son pAy-ir.y (=mr.y-sxm.t).

Cf. S: Janssen, in: Gleanings.

[E] Frandsen, P.J., The Letter to Ikhtay's Coffin: O. Louvre Inv. No. 698, in: R.J. Demarée and A. Egberts ed., Village Voices. Proceedings of the symposium 'Texts from Deir el-Medîna and their interpretation', Leiden, May 31 - June 1, 1991 (CNWS Publications 13), Leiden, 1992, pp. 31-49.

Full discussion of the letter written by the scribe Butehamun to his deceased wife.

[E] Gardiner, A.H., [O. Cochrane], in: F.Ll. Griffith. A Tourist's Collection of Fifty Years Ago, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 3 (1916), pp. 194-195.

The O. joins O. Gardiner 264 (unpubl.). Facsimile, transcription, commentary.

[E] Gardiner, A.H., Professional Magicians in Ancient Egypt, Proceedings of the Society of Biblical Archaeology 39 (1917), pp. 31-44. O. Gardiner 4 = Černý , Gardiner, Hieratic Ostraca 27,3: translation.

[E] [J] Gardiner, A.H., Some Coptic Etymologies, Proceedings of the Society of Biblical Archaeology 38 (1916), pp. 181-185. Pp. 181-183: publication of O. Weill.

[E] [Q] Gasse, A., Une sbx.t d'Isis, Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 86 (1986), pp. 171-175, pls. X-XII.

Concerning O. IFAO inv. 2830, from Deir el-Medîna, with information on a cult-room of Isis.

[E] Gasse, A., Le chapitre 137B du Livre des morts à la lumiére de quelques ostraca de Deir el-Medina, in: B. Backes, M. Müller-Roth and S. Stöhr ed., Ausgestattet mit den Schriften des Thot. Festschrift für Irmtraut Munro zu ihrem 65. Geburtstag (Studien zum Altägyptischen Totenbuch 14), Wiesbaden, 2009, pp. 69-78.

Publication and discussion of ostraca IFAO inv. 1608 and 3016, inv. OL 315 and 423, in connection with other sources for Book of the Dead chapter 137B.

[E] [Y] Grandet, P., L’exécution du chancelier Bay. O. IFAO 1864, Bulletin de l’Institut Français d’Archéologie Orientale 100 (2000), pp. 339-345.

Publication of O. Černý 5 + additional fragment, together numbered O. IFAO 1864, recording the execution of the "great enemy" Bay in year 5, III shemu 27 of king Siptah.

[E] [N] [S] Grandet, P., Ouvriers et "esclaves" de Deir el-Medina: Quatre ostraca inédits de l'IFAO, in: R.J. Demarée and A. Egberts ed., Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD (Egyptologische Uitgaven 14), Leiden 2000, pp. 121-127.

Publication of four ostraca in the IFAO: a list of workmen, a grain distribution list, a list of female servants and a name ostracon.

[E] Grandet, P., Travaux, grèves et personnages célèbres aux XIXe et XXe dynasties, in: G. Andreu ed., Deir el-Médineh et la Vallée des Rois. La vie en Égypte au temps des pharaons du Nouvel Empire. Actes du colloque organisé par le musée du Louvre les 3 et 4 mai 2002, Paris, 2003, pp. 209-233.

Publication and discussion of O. IFAO 1786, 1834, 1844, 1862, 1919, 1929, 1937, 1964, and 1989; all except two (IFAO 1919 and 1964) are now also available in Grandet, Catalogue des ostraca hiératiques IX, 2003, as O. DeM 834, 889, 890, 893, 908, 910, and 912.

[E] Grandet, P., Les ânes de Sennéfer (O. Ifao 10044), Bulletin de l’Institut Français d’Archéologie Orientale 103 (2003), pp. 257-265.

[E] Grandet, P., KY JNR 5RJ, "un autre petit caillou", in: A. Dorn and T. Hofmann ed., Living and Writing in Deir el-Medine. Socio-historical Embodiment of Deir el-Medine Texts (Aegyptiaca Helvetica 19), Basel, 2006, pp. 93-105.

 

Edition of seventeen hieratic non-litarary ostraca in the IFAO. With exception of IFAO 10080 and 10089, the ostraca have meanwhile also been published as O. DeM; see D: Grandet, Catalogue des ostraca hiératiques, 2006.

 

[E] Grandet, P., Cinq ostraca hiératiques documentaires du musée du Louvre. E 27676, 27677, 27678, 27679, 27682, in: C. Gallois, P. Grandet and L. Pantalacci ed., Mélanges offerts à François Neveu par ses amis, élèves et collègues á l’occasion de son soixante-quinzième anniversaire (Bibliothèque d’Étude 145), Cairo 2008, pp. 161-177.

[E] Green, M.A., The Passing of Harmose, Orientalia 45 (1976), pp. 395-409.

O. DeM 126.

[E] Guglielmi, W., Eine "Lehre" für einen reiselustigen Sohn (Ostrakon Oriental Institute 12074), Die Welt des Orients 14 (1983), 147-166.

O. OIC 12074 = Černý , Gardiner, Hieratic Ostraca 78/79.

[E] Guglielmi, W., Das Ostrakon Gardiner 25 Verso und seine hyperbolischen Vergleiche, Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde 112 (1985), pp. 139-143.

The vs. of this ostracon, the rt. of which contains a literary text (Černý , Gardiner, Hieratic Ostraca I, pl. 38,1) is a letter from sS n pA xr imn-nxt sA ipwy (cont. Ramesses II-V).

[E] Guilmot, M., Une Lettre de Remontrances, l'Ostracon Berlin P 10627, Chronique d'Égypte XL, No. 80 (1965), pp. 235-248.

Translation, commentary and interpretation of O. Berlin 10627 (= Hieratische Papyrus ... III, pl. 33).

[E] Guilmot, M., Une querelle d'ouvriers de la nécropole thébaine - L'ostracon Nash II, in: Acta Orientalia Belgica. 31 mai/mei 1963 - 1/2 juin/juni 1964 (= Correspondence d'Orient, 10), Bruxelles, [1966], pp. 67-78.

O. Nash 2 = Černý , Gardiner, Hieratic Ostraca 47,1.

[E] Gutgesell, M., Eine neue Wachhabendenliste aus Hildesheim, Studien zur altägyptischen Kultur 11 (1984), pp. 227-229 and pl. 11.

O. Hildesheim inv.no. 5464.

[E] Gutgesell, M., Ostrakon Göttingen AE 15, Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde 111 (1984), pp. 3-6.

Text from end 19th/beg. 20th dyn., being an account of copper and mentioning the name of the smith ptH-pA-Hapy.

[E] Hagen, F., The Prohibitions: A New Kingdom Didactic Text, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 91 (2005), pp. 125-164.

 

Transcription, translation and discussion of a wisdom text on the basis of O. DeM 1090, O. DeM 1632, O. DeM 1633, O. Turin 57089, and O. Petrie 11 (= O. UC 39614).

[E] Hagen, F., On Some Fake Hieratic Ostraca, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 96 (2010), pp. 71-82.

Ostraca Fitzwilliam Museum E.GA.6122.1943 and IFAO inv. no. 10016b, as well as one ostracon in a private collection, are fake copies of authentic O. IFAO inv. no. 10016a (= O. DeM 10002), an Eighteenth Dynasty text. O. Ashmolean Museum 1942.67b is a fake copy of O. Ashmolean Museum 1189.

[E] [N] [S] Haring, B., Towards decoding the necropolis workmen's funny signs, Göttinger Miszellen 178 (2000), pp. 45-58.

[E] [F] Haring, B., Hieratic varia, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 90 (2004), pp. 215-221.

Edition and commentary of O. Ashmolean Museum HO 219 + O. BM EA 25289; remarks on O. Hasany Abdel-Galili (= O. Brunner), P. BM EA 10335 recto 2, and P. Turin Cat. 2034.

[E] Helck, W., Eine Zahlungsquittung, Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde 111 (1984), pp. 6-10.

O. Brunner (no number given) from late Nineteenth Dynasty.

[E] [Q] Helck, W., Ein früher Beleg für eine Kultgenossenschaft?, Studien zur altägyptischen Kultur 18 (1991), pp. 233-240.

Commentary on O. Turin 57062 and reaction to Allam, in: Bulletin du Centenaire, 1981 (see above).

[E] Herbin, F.R., Un ostracon médico-magique, Göttinger Miszellen 229 (2011), pp. 29-36.

Publication of an ostracon formerly in the collection of A. Varille.

[E] [N] Janssen, J.J., The Water Supply of a Desert Village, Medelhavsmuseet Bulletin 14 (1979), pp. 9-15.

Publication of O. Medelhavsmuseet, Stockholm 14126.

[E] [N] Janssen, J.J., Absence from Work by the Necropolis Workmen of Thebes, Studien zur altägyptischen Kultur 8 (1980), pp. 127-152.

Discussion of O. BM 5634 (Černý , Gardiner, Hieratic Ostraca 83-84) and related documents.

[E] Janssen, J.J., The Mission of the Scribe Pesiur (O. Berlin 12654), in: R.J. Demarée and J.J. Janssen ed., Gleanings from Deir el-Medîna (Egyptologische Uitgaven 1), Leiden, 1982, pp. 133-147.

[E] [Y] Janssen, J.J., A Curious Error (O. IFAO 1254), Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 84 (1984), pp. 303-306.

Document concerning workers' absence, bearing information on the accession date of Ramesses III. Cf. Y: Krauss, DE 30 (1994).

[E] Janssen, J.J., Gear for the Tombs, Revue d'Égyptologie 43 (1992), pp. 107-122, pl. 2.

Some evidence for the materials used in the preparation of a royal tomb: O. Turin 57366 and O. BM 50733 + O. Petrie 30.

[E] [J] Janssen, J.J., Three Mysterious Ostraca, in: M. Collier and S. Snape ed., Ramesside Studies in Honour of K.A. Kitchen, Bolton, 2011, pp. 237-282.

Translation and (largely lexicographical) discussion of ostraca Cairo CG 25677-9.

[E] Kitchen, K.A., Some Ramesside Friends of Mine, The Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities. Journal 9 (1978-1979), pp. 13-20.

Pp. 19 and 20: "Sandals, Scandals and the 1st Jubilee of Ramesses II". Discussion of O. DeM 446 and O. Ashm. Mus., Oxford 1945.37+33 (= Černý , Gardiner, Hieratic Ostraca 74-75) + O. Michael. 90 (= Goedicke-Wente, pl. 12).

[E] Kitchen, K.A., High, Middle and Low Ramesside Life, From Thebes to Piramesse, in: E. Czerny, I. Hein, H. Hunger, D. Melman and A. Schwab ed., Timelines. Studies in Honour of Manfred Bietak (Orientalia Lovaniensia Analaecta 149), Leuven, Paris, Dudley, MA, 2006, vol. I, pp. 184-185.

 

Includes (partial) translation and discussion of O. Strasbourg H. 187 + 189 + 192 and O. DeM 1076.

[E] Kitchen, K.A., Festivity in Ramesside Thebes and Devotion to Amun and his City, in: T. Schneider and K. Szpakowska ed., Egyptian Stories. A British Egyptological tribute to Alan B. Lloyd on the Occasion of His Retirement (Alter Orient und Altes Testamant 347), Münster, 2007, pp. 149-153.

On O. Cairo unnumbered (HO 5, 1), O. Gardiner 45 (HO 8, 1), O. Gardiner 46 (HO 8, 2), O. Leipzig 23 (HO 37), and O. Petrie 39 (HO 8, 3).

[E] Krauss, R., Talfestdaten - eine Korrektur, Göttinger Miszellen 54 (1982), p. 53.

Addition to the author's article in GM 45 (1981), pp. 28 ff., on O. Gardiner 11 (Černý , Gardiner, Hieratic Ostraca 25,2).

[E] [K] Kruchten, J.-M., Derechef l’ostracon DM 764, Göttinger Miszellen 198 (2004), pp. 39-42.

[E] [U] Lakomy, K.C., "Von dem in Arbeit befindlichen Grab der Isisnofret zu dem (Grab) des/meines Hohepriesters von Heliopolis, Meriatum (sind es) 200 Ellen": Ein Beitrag zur Konzeption und Anlage 'nichtköniglicher' Grabanlagen im Tal der Könige zu Beginn der Ramessidenzeit, Göttinger Miszellen 216 (2008), pp. 33-46.

 

Discussion mainly based on O. Cairo JE 72460; see also U: Lakomy, Cairo Ostracon J. 72460.

[E] Leibovitch, J., Recent Discoveries and Developments in Protosinaïtic, Annales du Service des Antiquités de l'Égypte, 40 (1940), 101-122, pls. XIV-XIX.

Pp. 119 and 120, pl. XIX, no. 50: Turin ostracon (no number given) found by Farina in the Valley of Queens and supposedly inscribed with Protosinaïtic signs.

[E] [Q] Letellier, B., La destinée de deux enfants, un ostracon ramesside inédit, in: Jean Vercoutter ed., Livre du Centenaire 1880-1980 (Mémoires publiés par les membres de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale du Caire 104), Cairo, 1980, pp. 127-133, pl. IX.

Ostracon in possession of the author, no number given, from West Bank, possibly from Deir el-Medîna.

[E] [O] Manning, J.G., C. Greig, S. Uchida, Chicago Oriental Institute 12073 Once Again, Journal of Near Eastern Studies 48 (1989), pp. 117-124.

Discussion of this ostracon, dating from the reign of Ramesses IV.

[E] Mathieu, B., ‘Cuisine sans sel. Une interprétation de l’ostracon magique O. DeM 1640’, Göttinger Miszellen 218 (2008), pp. 63-70.

[E] Mathieu, B. and V. Ritter, Les sections finales du manuel scolaire Kémyt (§ XV-XVII), in: C. Gallois, P. Grandet and L. Pantalacci ed., Mélanges offerts à François Neveu par ses amis, élèves et collègues á l’occasion de son soixante-quinzième anniversaire (Bibliothèque d’Étude 145), Cairo 2008, pp. 193-238.

Reconsidration of the final sections of the text, based on the relevant ostraca (with facsimiles and transcriptions), among which several so far unpublished.

[E] [O] McDowell, A.G., An Incised Hieratic Ostracon (Ashmolean Černý , Gardiner, Hieratic Ostraca 655), The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 81 (1995), pp. 220-224, pl. XX.

Publication of an unusual legal text with a dispute about a hut settled by arbitration.

[E] Megally, M., Un intéressant ostracon de la XVIIIe Dynastie de Thèbes, Bulletin du Centenaire (Suppléments au Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 81), Cairo, 1981, pp. 293-312 and pls. XXXV-XXXVI.

Cairo ostracon recording the presence/absence of workmen, from Qurna, prel. no. 170 (no CG or JE number known).

[E] [J] [P] Millet, N.B., Vinegar at Deir el-Medina, in: Teeter, E. and John A. Larson ed., Gold of Praise (The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago. Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilization 58), Chicago 1999, pp. 299-302.

Publication of Royal Ontario Museum Ostracon 906.20.6, mentioning a.o. deliveries of HmD, 'vinegar'.

[E] Moje, J., O. DeM 246. Ein Auftragsbeleg aus einer altägyptischen Werkstatt, Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 106 (2006), pp. 183-192.

 

[E] Neunert, G., Neues von Siptah. Einige Ergänzungen zur Titulatur des Königs, in: D. Kessler, R. Schulz, M. Ullmann, A. Verbovsek and S. Wimmer ed., Texte - Theben - Tonfragmente. Festschrift für Günter Burkard (Ägypten und Altes Testament 76), Wiesbaden, 2009, pp. 333-336.

 

Discussion based on O. Cairo Carnarvon 408.

[E] [F] [X] Pavlasová, S., ed., Zeme Pyramid a Faraonu. Národní Muzeum - Náprstkovo Muzeum, Brezen-Srpen 1997.

"The Land of Pyramids and Pharaohs"; exhibition catalogue. Pp. 17-20: New Kingdom papyrus and ostraca (hieratic and figured), nos. P 2027, 2034, 2059, 2886, 3814, 3826, 3837.

[E] [Y] Peden, A.J., ‘Where did Ramesses VI bury his nephew?’, Göttinger Miszellen 181 (2001), pp. 83-88.

The delayed burial of Ramesses V, as recorded in O. Cairo 25254, is discussed in connection with several large scale projects in the Valley of Kings, the Valley of Kings and Western Thebes during the first regnal years of Ramesses VI.

 

[E] Plas, D. van der, Ostrakon Golenischeff 4470, in: A. Spiekermann ed., „Zur Zierde gereicht ...“ Festschrift Bettina Schmitz zum 60. Geburtstag am 24. Juli 2008 (Hildesheimer Ägyptologische Beiträge 50), Hildesheim, 2008, pp. 257-259.

 

Photo, transcription and translation of the text, part of the Hymn to the Nile.

[E] Posener, G., La complainte de l'échanson Bay, in: J. Assmann, E. Feucht and R. Grieshammer ed., Fragen an die altägyptische Literatur. Studien zum Gedenken an Eberhard Otto, Wiesbaden, 1977, pp. 385-397.

O. Cairo 25766, prayer of the chancellor Bay, possibly a joke on the part of a Deir el-Medîna scribe. See also Y: Černý , ZÄS 93 (1966).

[E] Raisman, V., UC 31922, Wepwawet 1 (1985), pp. 1-3.

About O. Petrie Mus./UC 31922, being an inventory of tomb-equipment, possibly of the royal scribe TAy (cont. Merenptah). Provenance (probably) Sheikh Abd el-Qurna.

[E] [Q] Rittner, R.K., O. Gardiner 363: A Spell Against Night Terrors, Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt 27 (1990), pp. 25-41.

Publication (photograph, transcription) of O. Gard. 363 (= Černý , Gardiner, Hieratic Ostraca 109,1) and general commentary, in which comparison with other magical texts.

[E] Rouffet, Le “Venin éconduit” ou les dangers de son expulsion (O. DeM 1046), ENIM 2 (2009), pp. 1-8 [URL: http://recherche.univ-montp3.fr/egyptologie/enim/].

[E] Shorter, A.W., A Magical Ostracon, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 22 (1936), pp. 165-168.

Publication of O. Armytage, a magical ostracon, probably from Deir el-Medîna.

[E] Simon-Boidot, C., Encore une révision de l’ostracon BM 41228 et sa représentation de reposoir de barque!, in: L. Gabolde ed., Hommages à Jean-Claude Goyon offerts pour son 70e anniversaire (Bibliothèque d’Étude 143), Cairo, 2008, pp. 361-373.

The author compares the architectural sketch to the plan of the bark shrine at Tod.

[E] Sottas, H., Un ostracon thébain de la XVIIIe dynastie, in: Recueil d’études égyptologiques dédiées à la mémoire de Jean-François Champollion à l’occasion du centenaire de la Lettre à M. Dacier relative à l’alphabet des hiéroglyphes phonétiques (Bibliothèque de l’École des Hautes Études. Scciences historiques et philologiques 234), Paris, 1922, pp. 483-493.

Literary ostracon acquired by R. Weill in Gurna in 1912; an admonitions or wisdom text.

[E] Spiegelberg, W., Hieratic Ostraca from Thebes, Ancient Egypt 1 (1914), pp. 106-111.

O. University College London 19614 (see also B: Kitchen, Ramesside Inscriptions V, 1-2).

[E] Sturtewagen, Chr., et al., A Few Additions tot O. Chicago 12074, Discussions in Egyptology 1 (1985), pp. 47-49.

Reaction on Guglielmi, WdO 14 (1983) (see above). See also S: Janssen, in: Gleanings, 1982, pp. 120-121.

[E] Van Siclen III, Ch.C., Ostracon BM 41228: A Sketch Plan of a Shrine Reconsidered, Göttinger Miszellen 90 (1986), pp. 71-77.

Ostracon from Deir el-Bahri.

[E] [J] Thomas, E., Cairo Ostracon J. 72460, in: Studies in Honor of G.R. Hughes, Chicago, 1976 (= Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilization 39), pp. 209-216.

O. on location in or in the vicinity of the King's Valley.

[E] [O] Toivari-Viitala, J., O. DeM 764: A Note Concerning Property Rights, Göttinger Miszellen 195 (2003), pp. 87-96.

[E] Weiss, L., Markings on Oracle Ostraca from Deir el Medina - Conflicting Interpretations, in: B.J.J. Haring and O.E. Kaper ed., with the assistance of C.H. van Zoest, Pictograms or Pseudo Script? Non-textual identity marks in practical use in Ancient Egypt and elsewhere. Proceedings of a Conference in Leiden, 19-20 December 2006 (Egyptologische Uitgaven 25), Leiden, 2009, pp. 221-230.

[E] [K] Wente, E.F. A Goat for an Ailing Woman (Ostracon Wente), in: P. der Manuelian ed., Studies in Honor of William Kelly Simpson vol. 2, Boston 1996, pp. 855-867.

Letter to the chief of police Montumose, previously translated in D: Wente, Letters from Ancient Egypt, 1990.

[E] Wente, E.F., A Letter of Complaint to the Vizier To, Journal of Near Eastern Studies 20 (1961), pp. 252-257.

O. Or. Inst. Chicago 16991.

[E] Wente, E.F., A Prince's Tomb in the Valley of the Kings, Journal of Near Eastern Studies 32 (1973), pp. 223-234.

O. Berlin 10663.

[E] [J] [N] Wilfong, T.G., Menstrual Synchrony and the "Place of Women" in Ancient Egypt (OIM 13512), in Teeter, E. and John A. Larson ed., Gold of Praise (The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago. Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilization 58), Chicago 1999, pp. 419-434.

Publication of Ostracon Oriental Institute Museum 13512, recording an event in year 9 of Merneptah. Discussion of the phenomenon of menstrual synchrony.

[E] [C] Wimmer, S., Hieratische Paläographie. Zur Datierung der nicht-literarischen Ostraka, in: C.J. Eyre ed., Proceedings of the Seventh International Congress of Egyptologists, Cambridge, 3-9 September 1995 (Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 82), Leuven 1998, 1227-1233.

Paleographical features as a means of dating hieratic ostraca (as set forth in C: Wimmer, Hieratische Paläographie) applied to four texts: ostraca IFAO inv. no. 2830, Cairo CG 25704, Turin 57455 and jar docket Deir el-Medina no. 6127.

[E] Wimmer, S., Welches Jahr 29?, in: R.J. Demarée and A. Egberts ed., Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD (Egyptologische Uitgaven 14), Leiden 2000, pp. 351-358.

Publication of O. IFAO 1206: a record of work in a royal tomb.

[E] Wimmer, S., "Ihr, die ihr so weit entfernt seid" (O. Berlin P 14257), in: A. Dorn and T. Hofmann ed., Living and Writing in Deir el-Medine. Socio-historical Embodiment of Deir el-Medine Texts (Aegyptiaca Helvetica 19), Basel, 2006, pp. 161-164.

 

Additional remarks on several Berlin ostraca.

[E] [Y] Wolterman, C., A Vizier of Ramesses III Visits an Oracle of Amun and Deir el-Medina, Revue d'Égyptologie 47 (1996), pp. 147-170.

O. Florence 2619 (= Černý , Gardiner, Hieratic Ostraca 39, 2) reverse, 4-13. According to the author, this text mentions a hitherto unknown vizier of northern Egypt called 1(r)wr-n=f (Hewernef), as well as an Atw named 2nsw.

[E] Zonhoven, L.J., The Inspection of a Tomb at Deir el-Medîna (O. Wien Aeg. 1), The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 65 (1979), pp. 89-98.

See also A: Tadema, Tadema Sporry, Vallei der Koningen, 1979

C: Tiradritti, in: SESH, 1999; Hagen, in: Current Research in Egyptology 2005, 2007

H: H: Kruchten, in: Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD, 2000; Ryholt, RdE 48 (1997)

J: Meeks, in: Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD, 2000; Ward, Orientalia 32 (1963)

K: Černý , in: Studies Polotsky, 1964; Groll, Israel Oriental Studies 4 (1974)

O: Allam, JEA 53 (1967); Allam, in: Studies in Honor of Ali Radwan, 2005; Černý , BIFAO 37 (1937-1938); Černý , Peet, JEA 13 (1927); Janssen, Pestman, JESHO 11 (1968); Menu, CRIPEL 1 (1973); Théodorides, RIDA 14 (1967)

P: Bogoslovsky, Istoria I filologia Drevnego Vostoka (1976); Bogoslovsky, in: Ancient Egypt and Kush, 1993; Katary, in: Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD, 2000

Q: Sadek, GM 36 (1979)

R: Janssen, Oriens Antiquus 18 (1979)

S: Barwik, GM 216 (2008)

U: Lakomy, Cairo Ostracon J. 72460 (2008); Rossi, GM 184 (2001); idem, GM 187 (2002)

Y: Altenmüller, GM 171 (1999); Altenmüller, SAK 23 (1996); Barnett, Černý , JEA 33 (1947); Bierbrier, JSSEA 8 (1977-1978); Christophe, BIFAO 52 (1953); Egberts, GM 160 (1997); Janssen, GM 29 (1978); Janssen, Village Varia, 1997; Krauss, DE 30 (1994); Philips,Orientalia 46 (1977); Sauneron, CdE XXVI (1951)

F: PAPYRI

 

[F] Abdalla, M.A., Bemerkungen zu Papyrus Turin Nr. 55001, Göttinger Miszellen 223 (2009), pp. 7-16.

 

[F] Akiyama Shinichi, Dating and Understanding of the Papyrus Greg, Bulletin of the Society for Near Eastern Studies in Japan 38.1 (1995), pp. 16-32.

(Japanese; English abstract)

[F] Allam, S., An Allusion to and Egyptian Wedding Ceremony?, Göttinger Miszellen 13 (1974), 9-11.

An answer to F: Janssen, GM 10 (1974).

[F] Bacchi, E., Il rituale di Amenhotpe (Pubblicazioni Egittologiche del R. Museo di Torino 6), Turin, 1942.

Transcription and translation of P. Cairo CG 58030 + Turin CGT 54042 (ritual of the deified king Amenhotep); commentary; facsimile of Turin CGT 54042.

[F] Bakir, A. el-M., The Cairo Calendar No. 86637, Cairo, 1966.

In the author's opinion the papyrus comes from Deir el-Medîna.

[F] [Y] Beckerath, J. von, Papyrus Turin 1898+, verso, Studien zur altägyptischen Kultur 21 (1994), pp. 29-34.

Part of the Giornale, proving that Ramses X reigned no longer than some 3 years.

[F] Beckerath, J. von, Anmerkung zu zwei unbeachteten Fragmenten des Turiner Königspapyrus, Göttinger Miszellen 168 (1999), 19-21.

[F] Beckerath, J. von, Bemerkungen zu Papyrus Turin 1885 Verso II-III, in: R.J. Demarée and A. Egberts ed., Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD (Egyptologische Uitgaven 14), Leiden 2000, pp. 1-7.

[F] Beckerath, J. von, Some Remarks on Helck's "Anmerkungen zum Turiner Königspapyrus", The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 81 (1995), pp. 225-226.

Remarks on F: Helck, SAK 19 (1992).

[F] [J] Bontty, M., and C. Peust, Papyrus Deir el-Medineh VII verso: a personal conflict in Deir el-Medineh, Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt 33 (1996), 65-69.

Translation and commentary.

[F] Botti, G., Il culto divino dei faraoni, Memoria R. Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei. Classe di scienzi morali, storiche e filologiche, Roma, Serie 5, Vol. 17 (1923), pp. 141-168.

Includes a transcription and discussion of P. Turin Cat. 2049+ verso (section II, pp. 149-161) and P. Turin CGT 54042 (section III, pp. 161-168). For the latter, see also Bacchi, Il rituale di Amenhotpe, 1942.

[F] Botti, G., Frammenti di papiri ieratici della XX dinastia nel Museo Egizio di Firenze, Oriens Antiquus 3 (1964), pp. 221-226.

12 small papyrus fragments from Deir el-Medîna acquired by Schiaparelli.

[F] Botti, G. and T.E. Peet, Il giornale della necropoli di Tebe (I papiri ieratici del Museo di Torino), Turin, 1928.

[F] [L] Burkard, G., and H. Fischer-Elfert, Ägyptische Handschriften, Teil 4 (Verzeichnis der Orientalischen Handschriften in Deutschland XIX, 4), Stuttgart 1994.

Including descriptions of administrative papyri and letters from Deir el-Medina or probably from there: Berlin P. 10460, 10485, 10487, 10488, 10489, 10494, 10496, 10497, 14485 a-e + 14449.

[F] [U] Carter, H. and A.H. Gardiner, The Tomb of Ramesses IV and the Turin Plan of a Royal Tomb, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 4 (1917), pp. 130-158.

P. Turin 1885 may come from Deir el-Medîna since the verso contains the division of the property of Amennakhte son of Ipuy.

[F] Černý , J., Papyrus Salt 124 (Brit. Mus. 10055), The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 15 (1929), pp. 243-258.

[F] Černý , J., The Will of Naunakhte and the Related Documents, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 31 (1945), pp. 29-53.

[F] Černý, J., The Storehouses of This, in: Studi in memoria di Ippolito Rosellini nel primo centenario della morte (4 Giugno 1843 – 4 Giugno 1943) II, Pisa, 1955, pp. 27-31.

Mainly on P. Turin Cat. 2074 verso.

[F] Černý , J., Papyrus hiératiques de Deir el-Médineh, Tome I [Nos. I-XVII]. Catalogue complété et édité par G. Posener, [Le Caire, 1978] = Documents de fouilles, 8.

[F] Černý , J., Papyrus hiératiques de Deir el-Médineh, Tome II (Nos. XVIII-XXXIV), Yvan Koenig ed. (Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale du Caire. Documents de Fouilles XXII), Cairo, 1986.

Corrections by Y. Koenig, Notes de transcription, Cahier de Recherches de l'Institut de Papyrologie et d'Égyptologie de Lille 9 (1987), 31 and 32. Reviews with corrections by S. Allam, Bibliotheca Orientalis 46 (1989), 31 and 32; J. Winand, Chronique d'Égypte 68 (1993), 84-87.

[F] Chabas, F., Les inscriptions des mines d’or. Dissertation sur les textes égyptiens relatifs à l’exploitation des terrains aurifères du désert de Nubie enrichie du texte hiéroglyphique de l’inscription de Kouban et d’une carte égyptienne antique de mines d’or, Chalon-sur-Saone, 1862.

Includes plate with partial facsimile of P. Turin Cat. 1879+ recto, with brief commentary.

[F] David, A., Un dossier testamentaire provenant d’archives privées? Naunakhte et la langue du testament à l’époque ramesside, in: P. Piacentini and C. Orsenigo ed., Egyptian Archives. Proceedings of the First Session of the International Congress Egyptian Archives/Egyptological Archives, Milano, September 9-10, 2008 (Quaderni di Acme 111), Milan, 2009, pp. 71-82.

[F] Demarée, R.J., Ramesside Administrative papyri in the Civiche Raccolte Archeologiche e Numismatiche di Milano, Jaarbericht van het Vooraziatisch-Egyptisch Genootschap Ex Oriente Lux 42 (2010), pp. 55-77.

Publication of P. Milan RAN E 0.9.40126 + P. Milan RAN 0.9.40128 and of P. Milan RAN 0.9.40127 (the latter joining P. Turin Cat. 2074).

[F] Demarée, R., and D. Valbelle, Les registres de recensement du village de Deir el-Médineh (Le “Stato Civile”), Leuven etc., 2011.

Full publication and discussion of the Twentieth Dynasty document so far known as “Stato Civile”, previously unpublished.

[F] Demichelis, S., Il calendario delle feste di Montu. Papiro ieratico CGT 54021, verso (Catalogo del Museo Egizio di Torino, serie prima – monumenti e testi, 10), Turin, 2002.

The document (= P. Turin Cat. 1913+) is one of the papyri collected by Drovetti, its provenance possibly being Deir el-Medina or Medinet Habu. The recto is inscribed with texts of the necropolis administration.

[F] Demichelis, S., Le projet initial de la tombe de Ramsès IV? Papyrus de Turin CGT 55002, Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde 131 (2004), pp. 114-133, pl. XIII-XVII.

Publication of P. Turin CGT 55002 (= P. Turin Cat. 2038). The recto shows the plan of a tomb for Ramesses IV which, according to the author, has never been constructed. The verso is a plan of tomb KV 2 of Ramesses IV as actually made (like P. Turin Cat. 1885).

[F] Edwards, I.E.S., Kenhikhopshef's Prophylactic Charm, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 54 (1968), pp. 155-160.

Publication of P. Brit. Mus. 10731.

[F] Eyre, C.J., An Accounts Papyrus from Thebes, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 66 (1980), pp. 108-119, pls. XII-XIII.

Publication of P. Gardiner 8, now P. Ashm. 1960.1283, from Deir el-Medîna, probably dating from reign of Merenptah.

[F] Eyre, C.J., A Draughtsman's Letter from Thebes, Studien zur altägyptischen Kultur 11 (1984), pp. 195-207 and pls. 9 and 10.

Concerning P. Ashm. 1958.112 (=P. Gardiner 4), a letter from the sS-qd Hr-mnw (middle XXth dyn.).

[F] Eyre, C.J., Papyrus Deir el-Medîna XXIV: an Appeal for Wages?, Göttinger Miszellen 98 (1987), pp. 11-21.

On P. DeM XXIV (published by Černý , Papyrus hiératiques de Deir el-Médineh II = Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale du Caire. Documents de Fouilles XXII), and its connection with P. DeM XXVIII and XXIX.

[F] [O] Fischer-Elfert, H., Der ehebrecherische Sohn (P. Deir el-Medineh 27, Stele UC 14.430 und P. Butler verso), Göttinger Miszellen 112 (1989), pp. 23-26.

About the conduct of mr.y-sxm.t, son of mnnA, as recorded in P. DeM 27. See also W. Boochs, GM 114 (1990), pp. 43-45.

[F] Fischer-Elfert, H., Rest in Pieces: Fragments of Absence from Work in Deir el-Medina (Pap. Berlin P. 14485 a-d + 14449 c+g; i and 14448), in: R.J. Demarée and A. Egberts ed., Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD (Egyptologische Uitgaven 14), Leiden 2000, pp. 101-107.

Publication of some papyrus fragments with journal entries recording absences from work.

[F] Gardiner, A.H., The Library of A. Chester Beatty. Description of a Hieratic Papyrus with a Myhtological Story, Love-Songs, and Other Miscellaneous Texts. The Chester Beatty Papyri, No. 1, London, 1931.

[F] Gardiner, A.H., Hieratic Papyri in the British Museum. Third Series: Chester Beatty Gift. Vol. I: Text and Vol. II: Plates, London, 1935.

The archive comes from Deir el-Medîna.

[F] [R] Gardiner, A.H., Ramesside Administrative Documents, Oxford, 1948.

Text 17: The Turin Taxation Papyrus (P. Turin 1895 + 2007), written by Dhutmose (for a translation and commentary, see our number *181); Text 18: The Turin Strike Papyrus (P. Turin 1880); Text 22: From a Journal relating to the Theban Necropolis.

[F] [N] Gee, J., Notes on Egyptian marriage: P. BM 10416 reconsidered, Bulletin of the Egyptological Seminar 15 (2002): 17-25.

[F] [M] Goelet, O., A New "Robbery" Papyrus: Rochester MAG 51.346.1, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 82 (1996), 107-127, pls. IX and X.

Publication (photographs, transcription, translation, commentary) of a report on thefts from the Karnak temple, featuring the chief doorkeeper Djehutihotep, who is also known from a number of Tomb-robberies papyri.
Corrections by H. Fischer-Elfert, Legenda Hieratika - I, Göttinger Miszellen 165 (1998), 105-112.

[F] Grandet, Dame Naunakhté et sa succession, Égypte, Afrique & Orient 25 (2002), pp. 19-30.

Translation and discussion of P. Ashmolean Museum 1945.95 and 1945.97, P. DeM 23 and 25.

[F] Grdseloff, B., Une missive miniscule de Deir el-Médineh, Annales du Service des Antiquités de l'Égypte 40 (1940-41), pp. 533-536.

Brief message from the sS-qd xay to the sS-qd pA-ra-m-Hb.

[F] Harrell, J.A. and V.M. Brown, The Oldest Surviving Topographical Map from Ancient Egypt (Turin Papyri 1879, 1899, and 1969), Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt 29 (1992), pp. 81-105.

Includes remarks on the verso texts (p. 92).

[F] [P] Helck, W., Der Anfang des Papyrus Turin 1900 und "Recycling" im Alten Ägypten, Chronique d'Égypte LIX, No. 118 (1984), pp. 242-247.

Translation and short commentary on P. Turin 1900 recto.

[F] Helck, W., Anmerkungen zum Turiner Königspapyrus, Studien zur altägyptischen Kultur 19 (1992), pp. 151-216.

Full commentary with several new readings of the Royal Canon of Turin.

[F] Hornung, E., Zum Turiner Grabplan, in: J. Baines a.o. ed., Pyramid Studies and other Essays presented to I.E.S. Edwards, London, 1988, pp. 138-142.

About P. Turin 1885. Discussion on text of vs.; the author argues for connecting this text with the tomb of Ramesses V/VI, rather than with that of Ramesses IV.

[F] Hovestreydt, W., A letter to the king relating to the foundation of a statue (P. Turin 1879 vso.), Lingua Aegyptia 5 (1997), pp. 107-121.

Annotated translation and extensive commentary.

[F] Janssen, J.J., An Allusion to an Egyptian Wedding Ceremony?, Göttinger Miszellen 10 (1974), pp. 25-28.

Suggestion for a lacuna in P. Turin 2070. For an answer, see F: Allam, GM 13 (1974).

[F] [Y] Janssen, J.J., An Exceptional Event at Deir El-Medina (P. Turin 1879, verso II), Journal of the American Research Center In Egypt 31 (1994), pp. 91-97.

[F] [L] Janssen, J.J., Marriage Problems and Public Reactions, in: J. Baines a.o. ed., Pyramid Studies and other Essays presented to I.E.S. Edwards, London, 1988, pp. 134-137, pls. 25-28.

Short publ. of P. BM 10416, belonging to the archive of the Late Ramesside Letters. Cf. also above: Hornung, in: Studies Edwards, 1988.

[F] [M] [N] Janssen, J.J., A New Kingdom Settlement. The Verso of P. BM 10068, Altorientalische Forschungen 19 (1992), pp. 8-23.

Investigating a houselist from the end of the Twentieth Dynasty, with special attention for its organization and its purpose, and for the temple of Medinet Habu as a refuge for the necropolis workmen. Cf. N: Strudwick, in Thebanische Beamtennekropolen, 1995.

[F] Janssen, J. and R. Janssen, The Tale of a Lost Papyrus, Minerva 8/6 (November/December 1997), pp. 32-34.

The rediscovery of the Papyrus Greg in the Petrie Museum, London.

[F] Kákosy, L., Ein magischer Papyrus des Kunsthistorischen Museums in Budapest, Acta Antiqua Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 19 (1971), pp. 157-177.

P. Budapest Inv. No. 51.1961 (see also below: Roccati, in: Mélanges Varga).

[F] Kessler, D., Der satirisch-erotische Papyrus Turin 55001 und das „Verbringen des schönen Tages“, Studien zur altägyptischen Kultur 15 (1988), pp. 171-196.

[F] [Q] [S] Koenig, Y., Le contre-envoûtement de Ta-i.di-Imen, Pap. Deir el-Médineh 44, Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 99 (1999), pp. 259-281.

Publication of a papyrus amulet found in P. 1444 at Gournet Marei.

[F] Koenig, Y., Un revenant inconvenant? (Papyrus Deir el-Médineh 37), Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 79 (1979), pp. 103-119.

Publication and discussion of amuletic papyri DeM 37 and 38 from the Late Period.

[F] [Q] Koenig, Y., Les effrois de Keniherkhepeshef (Papyrus Deir el-Médineh 40), Revue d'Égyptologie 33 (1981), pp. 29-37 and pl. 2.

Magical papyrus fragment, ed. with photograph.

[F] [Q] Koenig, Y., Deux amulettes de Deir el-Médineh, Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 82 (1982), pp. 283-293 and pl. XLVIII.

On the magical papyrus fragments P. DeM 41 and P. DeM 42.

[F] [J] Koenig, Y., Notes sur un papyrus littéraire fragmentaire, P. Deir el-Médineh no 43, Cahier de Recherches de l'Institut de Papyrologie et Égyptologie de Lille 7 (1985), pp. 71-73, pls. 8 and 9.

Discussion on various terms occurring in this small fragment, tentatively identified as a love poem (rt.), three incomplete lines of administrative text (?) on vs.

[F] [L] Koenig, Y., Nouveaux textes Rifaud I, Cahier de Recherches de l'Institut de Papyrologie et Égyptologie de Lille 10 (1988), pp. 57-60 and pls. 4-7.

Publication of a papyrus, a drawing of which was found in the documents of J.J. Rifaud (cf. Sauneron, Yoyotte, Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 50 (1952), pp. 107-117) and belonging to the archive of the Late Ramesside Letters. Called 'P. Rifaud D' (pn-tA-Hw.t-nxt to 9Hwty-ms).

[F] Koenig, Y., Notes sur le Papyrus Deir el-Médineh XXVI A-B, Revue d'Égyptologie 40 (1989), pp. 194-195.

Correction on the transcription in Černý , Papyrus hiératiques de Deir el-Médineh II, pls. 12-15. According to the author, the document does not belong to the archive of Naunakhte.

[F] Koenig, Y., Histoires sans paroles (P.Deir al-Medîna 45, 46, 47), Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 111 (2011), pp. 244-256.

Publication and discussion of three papyri with magical drawings; P. DeM 45 is from the Ramesside Period, nos. 46 and 47 from the Twenty-fifth or Twenty-sixth Dynasty.

[F] Lieblein, I. and F. Chabas, Deux papyrus hiératiques du Musée de Turin (Mémoires de la Société des Sciences à Christiana), Christiania, 1868.

Publication of P. Turin Cat. 1898+ (= Giornale year 3) recto I-IV, and part of P. Turin Cat. 1879+ recto.

[F] López, J., Le verger d'amour, Revue d'Égyptologie 43 (1992), pp. 133-143.

Transcription and partial translation of the lovesongs on P. Turin 1966 recto, including new fragments.

[F] [U] Lüscher, B., Totenbuch-Papyrus Neuchâtel Eg. 429 und Princeton Pharaonic Roll 2. Zur Totenbuch-Tradition von Deir el-Medina (Beiträge zum Alten Ägypten 1), Basel, 2007.

 

Asserts that the papyri edited here, together with P. Brussels E 5043 + Philadelphia E 2775, 16720-2, P. BM EA 9955, P. BM EA 9940, P. Leiden T 2, and tombs TT 3, TT 218 and TT 290, represent a Book of the Dead tradition that is specific for Deir el-Medina.

 

[F] [S] Luft, U., Das Totenbuch des Neferrenpet (Grab 336), in: Studia Aegyptiaca III, Budapest, 1977, pp. 81-87.

Book of the Dead, probably of Neferronpet. Remarks on his family. See also below: Milde, The Vignettes in the Book of the Dead of Neferrenpet, 1991.

[F] [Q] Manisali, A., "Imitate but innovate" oder: Eine Götterbedrohung mit hymnischer Struktur im Papyrus Genf MAH 15274, Studien zur altägyptischen Kultur 32 (2004), pp.301-309.

 

The magical text on the recto compared with P. Anastasi IV 10, 1-5.

[F] Maspero, G., Le Papyrus Mallet, Recueil de travaux rélatifs à la philologie et à l'archéologie égyptiennes et assyriennes 1 (1870), pp. 47-59.

P. Mallet = P. Louvre E 11006. Probably not from Deir el-Medîna, but elsewhere in Thebes. For photograph and transcription, see A. el-M. Bakir, Eg. Epistolography, Le Caire, 1970 (= Bibliothèque d'étude, 48), Pl. 21-23 and XXVII-XXX.

[F] Massart, A., The Egyptian Geneva Papyrus MAH 15274, Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Abteilung Kairo 15 (1957), pp. 172-185.

[F] [S] Milde, H., The Vignettes in the Book of the Dead of Neferrenpet (Egyptologische Uitgaven 7), Leiden 1991.

On P. Philadelphia 2775, 16720-22 and P. Brussels E 5043, belonging to the chisel-bearer nfr-rnp.t from Deir el-Medîna (the identity of the owner is discussed on pp. 8-13). See also above: Luft, in: Studia Aegyptiaca III, 1977.

[F] Müller, M., Der Turiner Streikpapyrus (pTurin 1880), in: B. Janowski and G. Wilhelm ed., Texte zum Rechts- und Wirtschaftsleben (Texte aus der Umwelt des Alten Testaments, Neue Folge, 1), Gütersloh, 2004, pp. 165-184.

Translation and commentary.

[F] Muszynski, M., P. Turin Cat. 2070/154, Oriens antiquus 16 (1977), pp. 183-200.

[F] [J] Neveu, F., À propos du P. DeM 28: Un conseil royal consacré aux affaires de "la Tombe", Revue d'Égyptologie 41 (1990), pp. 143-152.

On the contents of this papyrus, escpecially on the term rA-sSw and its significance for the construction of a royal tomb.

[F] O’Connor, D., Satire or Parody? The Interaction of the Pictorial and the Literary in Turin Papyrus 55001, in: M. Collier and S. Snape ed., Ramesside Studies in Honour of K.A. Kitchen, Bolton, 2011, pp. 361-380.

[F] Omlin, J.A., Der Papyrus 55001 und seine Satirisch-erotischen Zeichnungen und Inschriften (Catalogo del Museo Egizio di Torino, serie prima – monumenti e testi, 3), Turin, 1973.

[F] O’Rourke, P.F. and M.E. Cody, A Papyrus Grows in Brooklyn. The Book of the Dead of Neferrenpet in the Brooklyn Museum (P. Brooklyn 35.1448+35.1464), in: S.E. Thompson and P. Der Manuelian ed., Egypt and Beyond. Essays Presented to Leonard H. Lesko upon his Retirement from the Wilbour Chair of Egyptology at Brown University, June 2005, Providence, RI, 2008, pp. 261-276.

Reconstruction and stylistic and palaeographical analysis of a Book of the Dead papyrus of Neferrenpet, priest and scribe of Montu at Tod. According to the authors the style of its vignettes links the papyrus to the Deir el-Medina tradition.

[F] [M] [Y] Peden, A.J., Egyptian Historical Inscriptions of the Twentieth Dynasty (Documenta Mundi Aegyptiaca 3), Jonsered, 1994.

Including transliterations, translations and commentaries to texts from Deir el-Medina: P. Turin Cat. 1896 (pp. 111-114); tomb- and temple-robberies: P. Abbott = BM 10221, P. Ambras = Vienna 30, P. Amherst + Leopold II, P. BM 10052 verso VIII, P. BM 10053 verso II 1-18, P. Mayer B (pp. 225-280).

[F] Peet, T.E., The Egyptian Words for "Money", "Buy", and "Sell", in: Studies Presented to F.Ll. Griffith, London, 1932, pp. 122-127.

Publication of part of the Necropolis Journal of years 7-8 (= Pleyte-Rossi, Pl. 9-10 = P. Turin Cat. 1881). Also a translation of the Necropolis Diary of Years 7 and 8, fragments 2080 and 2092.

[F] Pleyte, W. et F. Rossi, Papyrus de Turin. Texte et Planches, Leide, 1869-1876.

[F] [Q] Posener, G., Un voeu d'abstinence, in: M. Heerma van Voss et al. ed., Studies in Egyptian Religion (Fs. Zandee), Leiden, 1982, pp. 121-126.

Concerning the letter P. DeM 15, compared to O. Berlin 11247.

[F] Quack, J., Beiträge zu einigen religiösen und magischen Texte, in: M. Collier and S. Snape ed., Ramesside Studies in Honour of K.A. Kitchen, Bolton, 2011, pp. 413-416.

Improved readings in a number of passages from religious and magical papyri.

[F] Roccati, A., La quarta pagina del papiro Budapest Inv. No. 51.1961, in: H. Györy ed., Mélanges offerts à Edith Varga „le lotus qui sort de terre“ (Bulletin du Musée Hongrois des Beaux-Arts. Supplément), Budapest, 2001, pp. 419-421.

Transcription and translation of P. Turin CGT 54058, a fragment belonging to P. Budapest Inv. No. 51.1961 (see above: Kákosy, Acta Antiqua).

[F] Roccati, A., Magica Taurinensia. Il grande papiro magico di Torino e i suoi duplicati (Acta Orientalia 56), Rome, 2011.

Transcription and translation of the magical papyri Turin CGT 54050, 54051, 54052, 54053, 54054, 54067, 54068, 54069, 54070 and 54071, with glossary and hieratic palaeography (latter by G. Lenzo).

[F] Sabek, Y., Der hieratische Papyrus Berlin P 10497, Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde 129 (2002), pp. 75-84, pls. XV-XVI.

Photographs, transcription, transliteration, translation and commentary.

[F] Sauneron, S., Les désillusions de la guerre asiatique (P. Deir el-Médineh 35), Kêmi 18 (1968), 17-27.

[F] Sauneron, S., Le rhume d'Anynakhte (P. Deir el-Médineh 36), Kêmi 20 (1970), pp. 7-18.

[F] Sauneron, S., Deux pages d’ un texte littéraire inédit. Papyrus Deir el-Médineh 39, in: J. Vercoutter ed., Livre du Centenaire 1880-1980 (Mémoires publiés par les Membres de l’Institut Français d’Archéologie Orientale du Caire 94), Cairo, 1980, pp. 135-141, pls. X-XIa.

[F] Sweeney, D., Friendship and Frustration: A Study in Papyri Deir El-Medina IV-VI, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 84 (1998), 101-122.

Discussion of the social and psychological background of three letters, which according to the author have been written by three different scribes (palaeographical analysis).

[F] Szpakowska, K., Dream Interpretation in the Ramesside Age, in: M. Collier and S. Snape ed., Ramesside Studies in Honour of K.A. Kitchen, Bolton, 2011, pp. 509-517.

Mainly based on the Dream Manual in P. Chester Beatty III.

[F] Ventura, R., The Largest Project for a Royal Tomb in the Valley of the Kings, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 74 (1988), pp. 137-156.

On P. Turin 1923 'vs.' + frgts, and its implication for the work on the tomb of Ramesses VI.

[F] Vernus, P., Le début de l’Enseignement de Ptahhotep: un nouveau manuscrit, Cahier de Recherches de l’Institut de Papyrologie et d’Égyptologie de Lille 18 (1996), pp. 119-[140], pl. 1.

Publication of P. Turin CGT 54014 (author has: 54024); synoptic edition with other Ptahhotep MSS.

[F] Vinson, S., In Defense of an Ancient Reputation, Göttinger Miszellen 146 (1995), pp. 93-102.

On the calculations in the Turin Taxation Papyrus; reaction to Gardiner, JEA 27 (1941), pp. 31 and 32.

 

See also C: Demarée, in: L'impero ramesside, 1997; Koenig, BIFAO 81 (1982); Pestman, in: Gleanings, 1982; Tiradritti, in: SESH, 1999

E: Davies, Egyptian Historical Inscriptions, 1997; Erman, Zwei Aktenstücke ..., 1910; Haring, JEA 90 (2004); Pavlasová, Zeme Pyramid a Faraonu, 1997

H: Blackman, JEA 12 (1926); Shoufu Jin, JESHO 44 (2001)

J: Ventura, JEA 73 (1987)

K: Polis, in: Ramesside Studies, 2011; Satzinger, in: Essays Goedicke, 1994

L: Černý, Late Ramesside Letters, 1939; Wente, Late Ramesside Letters, 1967; Janssen, Late Ramesside Letters, 1991; Demarée, Bankes Late Ramesside Papyri, 2006

M: Beckerath, GM 159 (1997)

O: Janssen, Pestman, JESHO 11 (1968)

Q: Roccati, BSEG 7(1982)

R: Frandsen, in: Studies Lichtheim, 1990

U: Jenni, Das Grab Ramses’ X., 2000

Y: Černý , ZÄS 72 (1936); Helck, in: Gedenkschrift Barta, 1995; Janssen, GM 155 (1996); Janssen, Village Varia, 1997; Ventura, JNES 42 (1983)

G: GRAFFITI

[G] Ali, M.S., Hieratische Ritzinschriften aus Theben (Göttinger Orientforschungen IV/34), Wiesbaden, 2002.

 With palaeographic analysis and tables (pp. 67-144) focussing on Ramesside graffiti.

 [G] [Y] Altenmüller, H., Der Begräbnistag Sethos' II., Studien zur altägyptischen Kultur 11 (1984), pp. 37-47.

Based on a recently discovered graffito above the entrance of the tomb of Tausert.

[G] Altenmüller, H., Das Graffito 551 aus der thebanischen Nekropole, Studien zur altägyptischen Kultur 21 (1994), pp. 19-28.

Short text containing the date of the funeral of Seti II, written on the right above the entrance of the tomb of Twosre, most probably written by Kenherkhepeshef.

[G] Bouvier, G., and K. Bouvier, L'activité des gens de la Nécropole à la fin de la XXe et à la XXIe dynastie, d'après les graffiti de la Montagne thébaine: le transfert des momies royales, in: A. Dorn and T. Hofmann ed., Living and Writing in Deir el-Medine. Socio-historical Embodiment of Deir el-Medine Texts (Aegyptiaca Helvetica 19), Basel, 2006, pp. 21-29.

[G] Černý , J., Graffiti hieroglyphiques et hiératiques de la nécropole thébaine. Nos 1060 à 1405, Le Caire, 1956 = Documents de fouilles, 9.

[G] [T] Dorn, A., and M. Müller, Regenfälle in Theben-West, Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde 133 (2006), pp. 90-93, pls. XXIII and XXIV.

 

On Theban graffiti nos. 1736, 2868, 3012 and 3013, proposing new datings for some of these. Also discussing traces of rainfall in the workmen's huts.

 

[G] [S] Fábián, Z.I., The Artist of TT 32: sS od PAjj?, Revue Roumaine d'Égyptologie 1 (1997), pp. 39-50.

 

On the basis of graffiti in TT 32, the author suggests that PAy son of PA-Ra-Htp was the draughtsman responsible for work in this tomb.

 

[G] Fronczak, M., and S. Rzepka, “Funny Signs” in Theban Rock Graffiti, in: P. Andrássy, J. Budka & F. Kammerzell ed., Non-Textual Marking Systems, Writing and Pseudo Script from Prehistory to Modern Times (Lingua Aegyptia - Studia monographica 8), Göttingen, 2009, pp. 159-178.

[G] Graffiti de la montagne thébaine, Le Caire; at head of title: Collection scientifique.

I, [1]. Cartographie et étude topographique illustré, 1969-1970 [J. Černý , Ch. Desroches-Noblecourt, M. Kurz, avec la collaboration de M. Dewachter et M. Nelson].

I, 2. La vallée de l'ouest. Cartographie, Topographie, Géomorphologie, Préhistoire, 1971

[J. Černý , R. Coque, F. Debono, Ch. Desroches-Noblecourt, M. Kurz, avec la

collaboration de M. Dewachter et M. Nelson].

I, 3. Cartographie, Topographie, Géomorphologie, Préhistoire, 1972 [R. Coque, F. Debono,

Ch. Desroches-Noblecourt, M. Kurz et R. Said, avec la collaboration de M. Said, E.A.

Zagloul et M. Nelson].

I, 4. Cartographie, Topographie, Géomorphologie, Préhistoire. Vallées des Pélerins

d'Espagne (E.1) et compléments aux secteurs A, B et C. Nouvelles observations à la

frange de Sahara thébain, 1973 [R. Coque, F. Debono, Ch. Desroches-Noblecourt, M.

Kurz et R. Said, avec la collaboration de Ch. Leblanc, M. Maher, M. Nelson, M. Said

et E.A. Zagloul].

II, 1. Plans de position, 1970 [J. Felix et M. Kurz].

II, 2. Plans de position, 1971 [L. Aubriot et M. Kurz].

II, 3. Plans de position, 1972 [M. Kurz].

II, 4. Plans de position, 1973 {M. Kurz].

II, 5. Plans de position, 1974 [M. Kurz].

II, 6. [Plans de position], 1977 [M. Kurz].

III, 1. Fac-similés, 1970 [J. Černý et A.A. Sadek, avec la collaboration de H. el-Achiery, M.

Shimy et M. Černý ]. [Nos. 1578-1980]

III, 2. Fac-similés, 1970 [J. Černý et A.A. Sadek, avec la collaboration de H. el-Achiery, M.

Shimy et M. Černý ]. [Nos. 1981-2566].

III, 3. Fac-similés, 1971 [J. Černý et A.F. Sadek, avec la collaboration de H. el-Achiery, A.

Chérif, M. Shimy et M. Černý ]. [Nos. 2567-2928].

III, 4. Fac-similés, 1972 [A.F. Sadek, avec la collaboration de A. Chérif, M. Shimy et H. el-

Achiery]. [Nos. 2929-3265].

III, 5. Fac-similés, 1973 [A.F. Sadek et M. Shimy]. [Nos. 3266-3579].

III, 6. Fac-similés, 1974 [A.F. Sadek et M. Shimy]. [Nos. 3580-3834].

III, 7. Fac-similés, 1977 [M. Shimy, avec la collaboration de Pierre du Bourguet]. [Nos.

3839-3973].

IV, [1]. Transcriptions et indices, 1970 [J. Černý et A.A. Sadek]. [Nos. 1578-2566].

IV, 2. Transciptions et indices, 1971 [J. Černý et A.A. Sadek]. [Nos. 2567-2928].

IV, 3. Transcriptions et indices, 1972 [A.F. Sadek]. [Nos. 2929-3277].

IV, 4. Transcriptions et indices, 1973 {A.F. Sadek]. {Nos. 3278-3661].

IV, 5. Transcriptions et indices, 1974 [A.F. Sadek]. [Nos. 3662-3838].

[G] [Y] Janssen, J.J., The Day the Inundation began, Journal of Near Eastern Studies 46 (1987), pp. 129-136.

Study on this date, based on eight graffiti and four ostraca from the Theban necropolis.

[G] Kikuchi, T., Graffiti Nr. 3974-3982 aus dem Gebiet des Grabes Amenophis’ III. im Westtal der Könige, Memnonia 7 (1996), pp. 163-184.

[G] [S] Kikuchi, T., Das Graffito 3981a und eine aus den Late Ramesside Letters bekannte Familie der Nekropolenschreiber, Göttinger Miszellen 160 (1997), pp. 51-58.

[G] [S] [Y] Peden, A.J., Carter Graffito no. 1450 and the Last Known Attestation of the Vizier To in Year 32 of Ramesses III, Göttinger Miszellen 175 (2000), pp. 13-16.

[G] Peden, A.J., The Graffiti of Pharaonic Egypt. Scope and Roles of Informal Writings, Leiden-Boston-Köln 2001.

Chapter VII, pp. 134-265, presents a full record and discussion of the ‘West Theban Graffiti of the Workmen’s Community of Deir el-Medina’.

[G] Peden, A.J., The Workmen of Deir el-Medina and the Decline of Textual Graffiti at West Thebes in Late Dynasty XX and Early Dynasty XXI, in: R.J. Demarée and A. Egberts ed., Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD (Egyptologische Uitgaven 14), Leiden 2000, pp. 287-290.

[G] [S] Sadek, A.A., Varia Graffitica, Varia Aegyptiaca 6 (1990), pp. 109-120.

Dealing with distribution and positions, mention of rain, and new personal names.

[G] Spiegelberg, W., Aegyptische und andere graffiti (Inschriften und Zeichnungen) aus der thebanischen Necropolis. Text und Atlas, 2 vols, Heidelberg, 1921.

[G] Spiegelberg, W., Zwei Beiträge zur Geschichte der thebanischen Necropolis im Neuen Reich. I. Der Grabtempel Amenophis' I. Zu Drah-Abu'l-Negga. II. Plan einer Gesamtarbeit über die Verwaltung der thebanischen Necropolis im Neuen Reich (Vortrag), Strassburg, 1898.

The main importance lies in some graffiti unpublished elsewhere.

See also S: Christophe, BIFAO 56 (1957); Niwinski, in: Es werde niedergelegt als Schriftstück, 2003

Y: Bierbrier, JEA 58 (1972); Bierbrier, JEA 61 (1975); Peden, GM 140 (1994)

Z: Hornung, Zwei Ramessidische Königsgräber, 1990

H: ORACLES AND "TIRAGE AU SORT"

 

[H] [F] [O] [Q] Blackman, A.M., Oracles in Ancient Egypt, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 12 (1926), pp. 176-185.

O. Brit. Mus. 5624, 5625 and 5637, and P. Berlin 10496.

[H] [O] [Q] Černý , J., Egyptian Oracles, in: R. Parker, A Saite Oracle Papyrus from Thebes in the Brooklyn Museum [P. Brooklyn 47.218.3], Providence, Rhode Island, 1962, pp. 35-48.

[H] [O] [Q] Černý , J., Une expression désignant la réponse négative d'un oracle, Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 30 (1931), pp. 491-496.

[H] [O] [Q] Černý , J., Questions adressées aux oracles,Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 35 (1935), pp. 41-58.

Oracles Nos. 1-22.

[H] [O] [Q] Černý , J., Le tirage au sort, Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 40 (1941), pp. 135-141.

[H] [O] [Q] Černý , J., Nouvelle série des questions adressées aux oracles, Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 41 (1942), pp. 13-24.

Oracles Nos. 23-37.

[H] [O] [Q] Černý , J., Troisième série des questions adressées aux oracles, Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 72 (1972), pp. 49-69.

Oracles Nos. 38-104.

[H] Demarée, R.J., Deir el-Medina after all?, Göttinger Miszellen 183 (2001), pp. 5-6.

Suggesting a Deir el-Medina provenance for O. BMFA 72.659 and O. BMFA 72.666, two New Kingdom oracle petitions originally published by Ryholt, RdE 48 (1997).

[H] [O] [Q] Janssen, J.J., Vragen aan het orakel in Deir el-Medina (bij Thebe), in: K.R. Veenhof ed., Schrijvend Verleden, Zutphen, 1983, pp. 277-283.

"Questions to the oracle in Deir el-Medîna"

[H] [E] [Q] Kruchten, J., Un Oracle d' "Amenhotep du Village" sous Ramses III: Ostracon Gardiner 103, in: Demarée. R.J. and A. Egberts ed., Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD (Egyptologische Uitgaven 14), Leiden 2000, pp. 209-216.

[H] [E] [O] [Q] Ryholt, K., Two New Kingdom Oracle Petitions O. BMFA 72.659, 72.666, Revue d'Égyptologie 48 (1997), 279-282.

In spite of the author's remarks these two hieratic ostraca probably derive from Deir el-Medina: see Demarée, GM 183 (2001).

[H] [F] Shoufu Jin, Ein Gottesurteil im pBoulaq X, ein Fall von "Balance of Power" bei dem Gottesorakel?, Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient 44 (2001), pp. 95-102.

[H] [N] Sweeney, D., Gender and Oracular Practice in Deir el-Medîna, Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde 135 (2008), pp. 154-164.

See also O: Allam, Das Altertum 25 (1979)

I: MISCELLANEOUS DOCUMENTS FROM DEIR EL-MEDÎNA

[I] Bavay, L., S. Marchand and P. Tallet, Les jarres inscrites du Nouvel Empire provenant de Deir al-Médina, Cahiers de la Céramique Égyptienne 6 (2000), pp. 77-90.

Publication and discussion of six wine jars with inscriptions, most of which have been published previously by Koenig, Catalogue des étiquetts de jarres, 1979-1980.

[I] [X] Borla, M., L’insegnamento artistico, in: E. Leospo, V. Cortese and D. Spagnotto (ed.), La scuola nell’antico Egitto, Turin, 1997, pp. 137-151.

On i.a. figured ostraca and papyri, some from Deir el-Medina.

[I] Cortese, V., Le materie scientifiche, in: E. Leospo, V. Cortese and D. Spagnotto (ed.), La scuola nell’antico Egitto, Turin, 1997, pp. 117-136.

On scholarly texts and objects, some from Deir el-Medina.

[I] Demichelis, S., I testi educativi, in: E. Leospo, V. Cortese and D. Spagnotto (ed.), La scuola nell’antico Egitto, Turin, 1997, pp. 37-116.

Publication and discussion of Turin papyri and ostraca (literary and educative), most of them from Deir el-Medina.

[I] Koenig, Y., Catalogue des étiquettes de jarres hiératiques de Deir el-Médineh, fasc. 1 - Nos 6000-6241 (Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale du Caire. Documents de Fouilles 21-1), Cairo, 1979; fasc. 2 - Nos 6242-6497 (Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale du Caire. Documents de Fouilles 21-2), Cairo, 1980.

[I] [M] Salah el-Kholi, M., Papyri und Ostraka aus der Ramessidenzeit (Monografie del Museo del Papiro 5), Siracusa, 2006.

 

Edition of hieratic documents in the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna; including papyri Vienna inv. no. 3876 (Ambras), 3925 verso, 3933, writing-board Vienna inv. no. 3924, and ostracon Vienna inv. no. 5988.

[I] [S] Tallet, P., Deux prêtres-sem thébains de la XXe dynastie, BIFAO 99 (1999), pp. 411-422.

Jar dockets, partly from Deir el-Medina, mentioning the sem-priest Ouserhat and the sem-priest Heqamaâtrênakht.

[I] [P] Tallet, P., Les circuits économiques selon les étiquettes de jarres de Deir el-Médineh, in: G. Andreu ed., Deir el-Médineh et la Vallée des Rois. La vie en Égypte au temps des pharaons du Nouvel Empire. Actes du colloque organisé par le musée du Louvre les 3 et 4 mai 2002, Paris, 2003, pp. 253-278.

[I] Tallet, P., New Jar Labels from Deir al-Medina, in: Z. Hawass ed., Egyptology at the Dawn of the Twenty-first Century. Proceedings of the Eighth International Congress of Egyptologists, Cairo, 2000, vol. 1, Cairo 2003, pp. 495-498.

[I] Valbelle, D., Catalogue des poids à inscriptions hiératiques de Deir el-Médineh. Nos. 5001-5423. Incluant un manuscrit de Jaroslav Černý . Préface de G. Posener, [Le Caire, 1977] = Documents de fouilles, 16.

See also D: Allam, FuB 22 (1982); Koenig, BIFAO 88(1988); López, Ostraca ieratici, 1978-1984.

J: LEXICOGRAPHY, TOPONYMY

[J] Andreu, G., An etymological problem, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 65 (1979), pp. 166 and 167.

On Tk as a word for a cutting instrument of metal.

[J] Baer, K., Ein Grab verfluchen?, Orientalia 34 (1965), pp. 428-438.

On the expression for "Cursing a tomb", in P. Salt and the Turin Strike Papyrus.

[J] Burkard, G., Das xtm n pA xr von Deir el-Medine. Seine Funktion und die Frage seiner Lokalisierung, in: A. Dorn and T. Hofmann ed., Living and Writing in Deir el-Medine. Socio-historical Embodiment of Deir el-Medine Texts (Aegyptiaca Helvetica 19), Basel, 2006, pp. 31-42.

[J] Burkard, G., “Der Weingarten des Königs Amenophis.“ Zur Topographie der thebanischen Nekropole im Neuen Reich, in: H. Knuf, C. Leitz and D. von Recklinghausen ed., Honi soit qui mal y pense. Studien zum pharaonischen, griechisch-römischen und spätantiken Ägypten zu Ehren von Heinz-Josef Thissen (Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 194), Leuven etc., 2010, pp. 25-37, pls. 2-3.

Discussion concentrates on 4.t aA.t “Great Place” and inb.w “walls” in Ramesside texts (in particular Giornale 17-B recto I 1-5), and possible archaeological evidence for the latter.

[J] [N] Bierbrier, M.L., Terms of Relationship at Deir el-Medîna, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 66 (1980), pp. 100-107.

[J] Černý , J., Deux noms de poisson du Nouvel Empire, Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 37 (1937-1938), pp. 35-40.

Spellings from various ostraca and weights.

[J] Černý , J., Philological and etymological notes. I., Annales du Service des Antiquités de l'Égypte 41 (1942), pp. 335-338.

The expression ir (m)ntw.f is attested in O. Gardiner 53 = Černý , Gardiner, Hieratic Ostraca 49, 1 and O. Cairo 25556.

[J] Černý , J., Some Coptic Etymologies, in: Agyptologische Studien. [Festschrift H. Grapow], Berlin, 1955 (= Deutsche Ak.d.Wiss. zu Berlin, Inst.f.Orientf., Veröff. 29), pp. 3037.

Many references to ostraca.

[J] Černý , J., The Origin of the Name of the Month Tybi, Annales du Service des Antiquités de l'Égypte 43 (1943), pp. 173-181.

On the occurrence of month-names in Deir el-Medîna documents.

[J] Černý , J., Two Puzzles of Ramesside Hieratic, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 23 (1937), pp. 60-62.

Comments on three words in O. Berlin 10631 (= Hieratische Papyrus ... III, pl. 36).

[J] Claus, B., Les chapelles funéraires des favorisés/no(ta)bles (nA maHa.wt n nA Hsy.w/wr.w). Une désignation de la “Vallé des Nobles” sous la XXe dynastie?, in: E. Warmenbol and V. Angenot ed., Thèbes aux 101 portes. Mélanges à la mémoire de Roland Tefnin (Monumenta Aegyptiaca XII, Série IMAGO no. 3), Turnhout, 2010, pp. 55-61.

Discussion mainly based on Tomb Robberies papyri.

[J] Clère, J.J., Un mot pour 'mariage' en égyptien de l'époque ramesside, Revue d'Égyptologie 20 (1968), pp. 171-175.

On the expression nbt Hms in Deir el-Medîna.

[J] Demarée, R.J., A House is not a Home – What exactly is a Hut?, in: A. Dorn and T. Hofmann ed., Living and Writing in Deir el-Medine. Socio-historical Embodiment of Deir el-Medine Texts (Aegyptiaca Helvetica 19), Basel, 2006, pp. 57-66.

 

Lexicographical study of references to a.t "hut".

 

[J] Dorn, A., Die Lokalisation der ‚5 Mauern’/Wachposten (tA 5 jnb.t/nA jnb.wt/tA jnb), The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 95 (2009), pp. 263-268.

 

[J] Eyre, C., Again the xtm of the Tomb. Public Space and Social Access, in: D. Kessler, R. Schulz, M. Ullmann, A. Verbovsek and S. Wimmer ed., Texte - Theben - Tonfragmente. Festschrift für Günter Burkard (Ägypten und Altes Testament 76), Wiesbaden, 2009, pp. 107-117.

[J] Fischer-Elfert, H.-W., Zur Authentizität der Berufsbezeichnung Hrw-war in Papyrus Lansing 4,7, Göttinger Miszellen 92 (1986), pp. 29-32.

Study of this term, many examples of which come from Deir el-Medîna texts.

[J] Fischer-Elfert, H.-W., “Kumpan; compagnon” auf Ägyptisch (iry n wnm n aq.w), Göttinger Miszellen 200 (2004), pp. 9 and 10.

[J] [R] Frandsen, P.J., A Word for "Causeway" and the Location of "The Five Walls", The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 75 (1989), pp. 113-123.

Reacts on Ventura, Living in a City of the Dead, conc. the five walls as occurring in the Strike Papyrus.

[J] Goedicke, H., The Egyptian Word for 'Comb', The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 49 (1963), p. 173.

Note on a word in the Turin Strike Papyrus. For a reaction, see below: Janssen, JEA 50 (1946).

[J] [M] Graefe, E., Nochmals zur Lage des Grabes Amenhoteps I., Göttinger Miszellen 214 (2007), pp. 9-10.

 

On P. Abbott recto II 2-4 and the words oAi, mD.t and aHa.y.

[J] [L] Grandl, Zur Lesung von LRL 41, 15-16 sowie zur Bedeutung von Hwj.t-sDd.t, Bulletin de la Sociéte d’Égyptologie, Genève 28 (2008-10), pp. 55-58.

[J] [Q] Green, M., bAw Expressions in Late Egyptian, in: J. Ruffle a.o. ed., Orbis Aegyptiorum Speculum. Glimpses of Ancient Egypt. Studies in Honour of H.W. Fairman, Warminster, 1979, pp. 107-115.

[J] Hall, R. and J.Janssen, The Egyptian Laundry, Wepwawet 1 (1985), p. 16.

Short note on the laundry occurring frequently in laundrymen's lists.

[J] Janssen, J.J., Once More the Egyptian Word for 'Comb', The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 50 (1964), pp. 178-179.

A reaction to above: Goedicke, JEA 49 (1963).

[J] Janssen, J.J., Semitic Loan-Words in Egyptian ostraca, JEOL VI/19 (1965-1966), [1967], pp. 443-448.

Criticism of W. Helck, Die Beziehungen Ägyptens zu Vorderasien, Wiesbaden, 19621, Kap. 36: Asiatische Fremdworte im Ägyptischen, pp. 551-607, on account of Deir el-Medîna ostraca.

[J] Janssen, J.J. and R. Hall, (Htri n) ish = 'pair of sleeves'?, Göttinger Miszellen 45 (1981), pp. 21-26.

[J] [R] Janssen, J.J., Carrying Torches, in: Th. Duquesne ed., Hermes Aegyptiacus. Egyptological Studies for B.H. Stricker (Discussions in Egyptology, Special Number 2), Oxford, 1995, pp. 115-121.

Discusses the expression fAi mhd occurring in some ostraca and papyri.

[J] Janssen, J. J., The Daily Bread. A Contribution to the Study of the Ancient Egyptian Diet, Bulletin of the Egyptological Seminar 13 (1997).

Egyptian words for types of loaves and cakes, mainly from Deir el-Medina documents.

[J] Janssen, J.J., Daily Dress at Deir el-Medîna. Words for Clothing (Golden House Publications Egyptology 8), London, 2008.

[J] Janssen, J.J., Furniture at Deir el-Medîna including Wooden Containers of the New Kingdom and Ostracon Varille 19 (Golden House Publications Egyptology 9), London, 2009.

Lexicographical discussion of words for furniture (Part I), for wooden containers (Part II), and words from O. Varille 19 (Part III).

[J] Johnson, S., A new view on some old vegetables: a study of the generic words wAD and smw, Göttinger Miszellen 150 (1996), pp. 75-80.

Based on Deir el-Medîna texts.

[J] Kitchen, K.A., Prd>Ptr = 'Mule' in New Kingdom Egypt?, Göttinger Miszellen 13 (1974), pp. 17-20.

O. Gardiner 86 = Černý , Gardiner, Hieratic Ostraca 81-2.

[J] Koenig, Y., Notes sur quelques mots "Néo-égyptiens", Revue d'Égyptologie 33 (1981), pp. 137-138.

Additions to terms in Meeks' Année Lexicographique, referring to weights in Deir el-Medîna.

[J] Koura, B., Ist bAq Moringaöl oder Olivenöl?, Göttinger Miszellen 145 (1995), pp. 79-82.

Discussion of bAq and nHH; both words occur frequently in documents from Deir el-Medîna.

[J] Krauss, R., NH(H)-Öl = Olivenöl, Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts Abteilung Kairo 55 (1999), pp. 293-298.

Translation partly based on documents from Deir el-Medina.

[J] Mahmoud, Adel, Msw=xr = The Sons of the Tomb, in: Mamdouh Eldamaty and Mai Trad ed., Egyptian Museum Collections Around the World. Studies for the Centennial of the Egyptian Museum, Cairo vol. II, Cairo, 2002, pp. 763-776.

[J] [E] Meeks, D., Mots sans suite ou notations rituelles? (O. DeM 1696 et O. Petrie 36), in: R.J. Demarée and A. Egberts ed., Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD (Egyptologische Uitgaven 14), Leiden 2000, pp. 235-249.

[J] [Q] [S] Moore, T.R., Any as an Element in Theophoric Names, Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt 33 (1996), 139-152.

[J] Morschhauser, S.N., The End of the sDf(A)-tryt "Oath", Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt 25 (1988), pp. 93-103.

Discussing etymology and references of this expression, among which some Deir el-Medîna texts.

[J] Müller, M., Wandbild, Text- und Artefaktbefund. Ein Terminus der Sargherstellung, in: M. Collier and S. Snape ed., Ramesside Studies in Honour of K.A. Kitchen, Bolton, 2011, pp. 329-338.

On the word mSd as used for some work on coffins in tomb scenes and in documentary texts.

[J] Posener, G., Le mot égyptien pour désigner le "nom" magique, Revue d'Égyptologie 16 (1964), p. 214.

Anagram of the word rn in two ostraca from Deir el-Medîna.

[J] Ray, J.D., Thoughts on Djeme and Papremis, Göttinger Miszellen 45 (1981), pp. 57-61.

pp. 57-58 (1: Djeme = tA s.t mAa.t).

[J] Sauneron, S., Une forme de substantif à redoublement, Revue d'Égyptologie 7 (1950), pp. 182-184.

Spellings of the word Dnr, Dl, "branch" in Deir el-Medîna ostraca.

[J] Shisha-Halevy, A., An Early North-West Semitic Text in the Egyptian Hieratic Script, Orientalia 47 (1978), pp. 145-162.

O. Cairo 25759 is not in Egyptian, but in early North-West Semitic.

[J] Sturtewagen, Chr., "A (Piece of) Wood Fitting (for) a Bolt" in Gardiner's Ramesside Administrative Documents 48,1?, Orientalia 55 (1986), pp. 450-451.

About the expression xt sAw.t qAr.t in the Turin Strike Papyrus, vs. 5,11.

[J] Sturtewagen, Chr., Studies in Ramesside Administrative Documents, in: S. Israelit-Groll ed., Studies in Egyptology presented to Miriam Lichtheim II, Jerusalem, 1990, pp. 933-942.

A number of paragraphs dealing with various terms from P. Amiens, P. Turin 1880 and P. Valençay I, all edited in RAD.

[J] [M] Thiem, A., Anmerkungen zur Identifikation des Tempels Hwt-Jmn-Htp-n-pA-kAmw. Annex zum Problem pAbbott rt. 2.2-2.4, Göttinger Miszellen 175 (2000), pp. 79-98.

[J] Thomas, E., pX xr Xni Xnw / n Xnw Xni, a Designation of the Valley of the Kings, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 49 (1963), pp. 57-63.

[J] Thomas, E., The "Well" in Kings' Tombs of Bibân el-Molûk, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 64 (1978), pp. 80-83.

On the word isk as a designation of a part of the royal tomb in various Deir el-Medîna sources.

[J] [K] Valbelle, D., Remarques sur les textes néo-égyptiens non littéraires (§ 1-5), Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 76 (1976), pp. 101-109 and (§ 6-10), Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 77 (1977), pp. 129-136.

[J] Ventura, R., Living in a City of the Dead. A Selection of Topographical and Administrative Terms in the Documents of the Theban Necropolis (Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis 69), Göttingen, 1986.

Extensive discussion on the following terms: pA xr, s.t-mAa.t, Xnw, bnr, Xni, rwDw, Hwty.w, sS n pA xr, Hr.y sS-qd.w, mry.t, pA xtm n pA xr, ir.y.w-aA, tA S inb.t, tA in.t. Review: C.J. Eyre, Chronique d'Égypte 67 (1992), pp. 277-281.

[J] [F] Ventura, R., On the Location of the A the Administrative Outpost of the Community of Workmen in Western Thebes, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 73 (1987), pp. 149-160.

Proof from P. Turin 1923 + fgrts, rt. 2-8 for the location of pA xtm n pA xr near the Ramesseum.

[J] [E] Ward, W.A., Notes on Some Semitic Loan-Words and Personal Names in Late Egyptian, Orientalia 32 (1963), pp. 413-436.

Transliteration and translation of O. Bodleian Library, Oxford 253 = Černý , Gardiner, Hieratic Ostraca 64, 2 on pp. 430-431, and spread references to ostraca.

[J] Ward, W.A., Egyptian txbs: A Hurrian Loan-Word in the Vernacular of Deir el-Medineh, Göttinger Miszellen 109 (1989), pp. 73-82.

[J] Ward, W.A., Some Foreign Personal Names and Loan-Words from the Deir el-Medineh Ostraca, in: A. Leonard jr. and B.B. Williams ed., Essays in Ancient Civilization presnted to Helene J. Kantor (Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilization 47), Chicago 1989, pp. 287-303 (= Chapter 12).

General discussion and lists of foreign names and words of a Semitic or Hurrian origin.

[J] Zibelius-Chen, K., Das nubische Produkt pTurin 1896 67,1/KRI VI 735,3, Göttinger Miszellen 127 (1992), pp. 87-88.

On the word inrx/irx.

See also C: Donker van Heel, Haring, Writing in a Workmen’s Village, 2003

E: Gardiner, PSBA 38 (1916); Janssen, in: Ramesside Studies, 2011; Millet, in: Gold of Praise, 1999; Thomas, in: Studies Hughes, 1976; Wilfong, in: Gold of Praise, 1999

F: Bontty, Peust, JARCE 33 (1996); Koenig, CRIPEL 7 (1985); Neveu, RdE 41 (1990)

O: Sturtewagen, DE 1 (1985)

T: Koh, JARCE 42 (2005-2006)

W: Toye, JEA 95 (2009)

Y: Barnett, Černý , JEA 33 (1947)

K: GRAMMAR

 

[K] Baer, K., Temporal wnn in Late Egyptian, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 51 (1965), pp. 137-143.

References to various ostraca.

[K] [E] Černý , J., A Special Case of the Verbal Construction iw sDm.f in Late Egyptian, in: Studies in Egyptology and Linguistics in honour of H.J. Polotsky, Jerusalem, 1964, pp. 81-85.

Many ostraca are referred to.

[K] Collier, M., Papyrus BM 10052, 3,17, Wepwawet 1 (1985), pp. 5-6.

Reaction on Černý , Groll, Late Egyptian Grammar, p. 557 (ex. 1594).

[K] [M] Frandsen, P.J., Corruption and Grammar. Abbott 6, 1-2 and Some Sceptical Remarks on the Imperfect Participle, in: C. Gallois, P. Grandet and L. Pantalacci ed., Mélanges offerts à François Neveu par ses amis, élèves et collègues á l’occasion de son soixante-quinzième anniversaire (Bibliothèque d’Étude 145), Cairo 2008, pp. 145-159.

[K] Goldwasser, O., A Late Egyptian Epistolary Formula as an Aid to Dating Ramesside Texts, in: S. Israelit-Groll ed., Pharaonic Egypt. The Bible and Christianity, Jerusalem, 1985, pp. 50-56.

[K] Greig, G., The Language of the Hieratic Ostracon O. Nash 1 from the Nineteenth Dynasty: A Grammatical Analysis and Translation, in: Sarah Groll ed., Papers for Discussion presented by the Department of Egyptology, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem I, Jerusalem, 1982, pp. 5-52.

Concerning O. Nash 1 = Černý , Gardiner, Hieratic Ostraca 46,2.

[K] Groll, S. Israelit-, iw.f [Hr] tm sDm in Late Egyptian, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 55 (1969), pp. 89-97.

References to various ostraca.

[K] Groll, S., Late Egyptian of Non-Literary Texts of the 19th Dynasty, in: Orient and Occident. Essays C.H. Gordon, Kevelaer/Neukirchen Vluyn, 1973 (= Alter Orient und Altes Testament, 22), pp. 67-70.

Nash 1 = Černý , Gardiner, Hieratic Ostraca 46,2.

[K] [E] Groll, S. Israelit-, A Literary Late Egyptian stp.f Formation Indicating the Present Simple Tense, Israel Oriental Studies, Tel Aviv 4 (1974), pp. 12-13.

O. Gardiner 25 = Černý , Gardiner, Hieratic Ostraca 38,1.

[K] Groll, S., A Diachronical Approach to the XXth Dynasty Non-Literary Texts, in: L'Égyptologie en 1979. Axes prioritaires de recherches I (Colloques Internationaux du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique No. 595), Paris, 1982, pp. 35-36.

Grammatical analysis based on texts (dated) from Ramesses I to Ramesses III.

[K] Groll, S., Formations in the Non-Literary Documents of the 19th Dynasty, in: G. Englund and P.J. Frandsen ed., Crossroad. Chaos or the Beginning of a new Paradigm. Papers from the Conference on Egyptian Grammar Helsingør 28-30 May 1986 (CNI Publications 1), Copenhagen, 1986, pp. 167-174.

Grammatical study based largely on ostraca and papyri from Deir el-Medîna.

[K] Groll, S., A Sense-Equivalent Translation of Ostracon Gardiner 5 (OG 5), in: S. Israelit-Groll ed., Studies in Egyptology presented to Miriam Lichtheim I, Jerusalem, 1990, pp. 365-421.

[K] [F] Polis, S., Le serment du P. Turin 1880, vo 2, 8-19. Une relecture de la construction iw bn sDm.f à portée historique, in: M. Collier and S. Snape ed., Ramesside Studies in Honour of K.A. Kitchen, Bolton, 2011, pp. 387-401.

[K] [F] Satzinger, H., Übersetzungsvorschläge und Anmerkungen zu einigen neuägyptischen Texten, in: B.M. Bryan and D. Lorton ed., Essays in Honor of Hans Goedicke, San Antonio, 1994, pp. 233-242.

Includes some notes on P. Gardiner 4, P. Rollin, and P. Lee.

[K] Sweeney, D., The Nominal Object Clause of Verbs of Perception in Non-Literary Late-Egyptian, in: G. Englund and P.J. Frandsen ed., Crossroad. Chaos or the Beginning of a new Paradigm. Papers from the Conference on Egyptian Grammar Helsingør 28-30 May 1986 (CNI Publications1), Copenhagen, 1986, pp. 337-373.

Grammatical study based largely on ostraca and papyri from Deir el-Medîna.

[K] Sweeney, D., A Puzzle in Ramesside Correspondence, Lingua Aegyptia. Journal of Egyptian Language Studies 9 (2001), pp. 261-283.

On the grammar and style of letters.

[K] [L] Sweeney, D., Women and Language in the Ramesside Period or, Why Women Don't Say Please, in: C.J. Eyre ed., Proceedings of the Seventh International Congress of Egyptologists, Cambridge, 3-9 September 1995 (Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 82), Leuven 1998, 1109-117

On style and grammar in women's letters, including Late Ramesside Letters and Deir el-Medina ostraca.

[K] Winand, J., La grammaire au secours de la datation des textes, Revue d'Égyptologie 46 (1995), pp. 187-202.

Elements of historical grammar applied to O. BM 5631, P. Bankes 1, O. DeM 554, O. DeM 587, O. Prague 1826.

See also E: Kruchten, GM 198 (2004); Wente, in: Studies Simpson 2, 1996

J: Valbelle, BIFAO 76-77 (1976-1977).

L: RELATED MATERIAL: LATE RAMESSIDE LETTERS

 

[L] Černý , J., Late Ramesside Letters, Bruxelles, 1939 = Bibliotheca aegyptiaca, 9.

 

[L] Demarée, R.J., The Bankes Late Ramesside Papyri (British Museum Research Publication 155), London, 2006.

 

Edition of 11 papyri from the former Bankes collection presently in the British Museum and numbered P. BM EA 75015-21, 75023-5 and 75039.

[L] [F] Janssen, J.J., Late Ramesside Letters and Communications, London, 1991 (= Hieratic Papyri in the British Museum, VI).

Publication of additional papyri in the British Museum belonging to the archive published by Černý : P. BM 10190, 10302, 10373, 10411, 10416, 10418+10287, 10419, 10429, 10440. Photographs of almost all Late Ramesside Letters.

[L] [C] Janssen, J.J., On Style in Egyptian Handwriting, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 73 (1987), pp. 161-167.

Concerning the handwritings of individual scribes in the Late Ramesside Letters, on the basis of the form of pA.

[L] Lesko, L.H., Glossary of Late Ramesside Letters, Berkeley, 1975.

[L] Quack, J.F., Henuttawis machtlose Unschuld. Zum Verständnis von LRL Nr. 37, in: C. Gallois, P. Grandet and L. Pantalacci ed., Mélanges offerts à François Neveu par ses amis, élèves et collègues á l’occasion de son soixante-quinzième anniversaire (Bibliothèque d’Étude 145), Cairo 2008, pp. 259-263.

[L] Quirke, S.G.J., and W.J. Tait, Egyptian Manuscripts in the Wellcome Collection, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 80 (1994), 145-158, pls. XIII-XXVII.

P. 146 and pls. XIII and XIV: Wellcome Egyptian Manuscript 2, a fragmentary papyrus associated by the authors with the Late Ramesside Letters. Corrections by H. Fischer-Elfert, Legenda Hieratika - I, Göttinger Miszellen 165 (1998), 105-112.

[L] Sweeney, D., Correspondence and Dialogue. Pragmatic Factors in Late Ramesside Letter Writing (Aegypten un Altes Testament 49), Wiesbaden 2001.

This study investigates how questions, requests, information and complaints are expressed in letters from the Late Ramesside Period.

[L] [P] [Q] Sweeney, D., Henuttawy's guilty conscience (gods and grain in Late Ramesside Letter no. 37), The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 80 (1994), pp. 208-212.

[L] Sweeney, D., Idiolects in the Late Ramesside Letters, Lingua Aegyptia 4 (1994), pp. 275-324.

[L] Sweeney, D., Letters of Reconciliation from Ancient Egypt, in: I. Shirun-Grumach ed., Jerusalem Studies in Egyptology (Ägypten und Altes Testament 40), Wiesbaden 1998, 353-369.

Dealing i.a. with Late Ramesside Letters and other letters from Deir el-Medina.

[L] Sweeney, D., Offence and Reconciliation in Ancient Egypt: A study in Late Ramesside Letter No. 46, Göttinger Miszellen 158 (1997), pp. 63-80.

[L] Wente, E.F., Late Ramesside Letters, Chicago, 1967 = Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilization 33.

[L] Wente, E.F., Late Ramesside Letters, in: Textes et langages de l'Égypte pharaonique. Cent cinquante années de recherches 1822-1972. Hommage à Fean-François Champollion. II, Le Caire, [1973], pp. 103-106.

See also D: Wente, Letters from Ancient Egypt, 1990

F: Burkard, Fischer-Elfert, Ägyptische Handschriften, 1994; Janssen, in: Studies Edwards, 1988; Janssen, Late Ramesside Letters ..., 1991; Koenig, CRIPEL 10 (1988)

J: Grandl, BSEG 28 (2008-10)

K: Sweeney, in: Seventh International Congress, 1998

Y: Broekman, GM 191 (2002); Taylor, in: Seventh International Congress, 1998

M: RELATED MATERIAL: TOMB ROBBERIES PAPYRI

 

[M] [Y] Beckerath, J. von, Bemerkungen zur Chronologie der Grabräuberpapyri, Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde 127 (2000), pp. 111-116.

Reaction to several recent articles by Thijs, see Y.

[M] [F] [Y] Beckerath, J. von, Zur Datierung der Grabräuberpapyrus Brit. Mus. 10054, Göttinger Miszellen 159 (1997), 5-9.

[M] Capart, J. et A.H. Gardiner, Le Papyrus Léopold II aux Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire de Bruxelles et le Papyrus Amherst à la Pierpont Morgan Library de New York. Reproduits en fac-simile avec une transcription hiéroglyphique, une introduction et une traduction, Bruxelles, 1939.

[M] Capart, J., A.H. Gardiner and B. v.d. Walle, New Light on the Ramesside Tomb-Robberies, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 22 (1936), pp. 169-193.

[M] [Y] Gasse, A., Panakhtemipet et ses complices (à propos du papyrus BM EA 10054, ro 2, 1-5), The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 87 (2001), pp. 81-92, pl. XI.

Transcription, translation and discussion of this passage, now including new fragments, and its implications for the history of the late Twentieth Dynasty and the wHm-ms.w.t.

[M] Peet, T.E., Fresh Light on the Tomb Robberies of the Twentieth Dynasty at Thebes. Some New Papyri in London and Turin, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 11 (1925), pp. 37-55.

[M] Peet, T.E., The Great Tomb-Robberies of the Twentieth Egyptian Dynasty. Being a Critical Study, with Translations and Commentaries, of the Papyri in which These are Recorded. I. Text and II. Plates, 2 vols, Oxford, 1930.

[M] Peet, T.E., The Mayer Papyri A and B, Nos. M 11162 and M. 11186 of the Free Public Museums, Liverpool, London, 1920.

[M] Quack, J.F., Eine Revision im Tempel von Karnak (Neuanalyse von Papyrus Rochester MAG 51.346.1), Studien zur altägyptischen Kultur 28 (2000), pp. 219-232.

Revision of transcription by Goelet, JEA 82 (1996) (see above) with commentary.

[M] Thomas, E., Royal Necropoleis of Thebes, Princeton, 1966.

Ch. 14: The Tomb Robbery and Related Papyri (pp. 265-273).

[M] [R] [S] Vernus, P., Affaires et Scandales sous les Ramsès. La Crise des Valeurs dans l'Égypte du Nouvel Empire (Bibliothèque de l'Égypte Ancienne), Paris, 1993.

Pp. 11-74: "Le sac de l'Occident de Thèbes"; 75-99: "Les grèves"; 101-121: "Paneb. D'un forban, la peinture achevé".

See also A: Brunner-Traut, Die Alten Ägypter, 1974

F: Goelet, JEA 82 (1996); Janssen, AoF 19 (1992); Peden, Egyptian Historical Inscriptions, 1994

J: Graefe, GM 214 (2007); Thiem, GM 175 (2000)

K: Frandsen, in: Mélanges offerts à François Neveu, 2008

P: Allam, in: Le commerce, 1998

Y: Collier et al., JEA 96 (2010); Jansen-Winkeln, ZÄS 122 (1995); Ohlhafer, GM 135 (1993); Thijs, GM 167 (1998); idem, GM 170 (1999).

N: THE VILLAGE: ITS ORGANIZATION AND SOCIAL ASPECTS

 

[N] Akiyama Shinichi, The 'Necropolis Journal' and the Absentee Records of the Deir el-Medina Workforce, Bulletin of the Society for Near Eastern Studies in Japan 41.1 (1998), pp. 30-47.

(Japanese; English abstract)

[N] [P] Allam, S., À propos de l'approvisionnement en eau de la colonie ouvrière de Deir el-Médineh, in: B. Menu ed., Les problèmes institutionnels de l'eau en Égypte ancienne et dans l'Antiquité méditerranéenne. Colloque AIDEA Vogüé 1992 (Bibliothèque d'Étude CX), Cairo 1994), pp. 1-13.

Deals with various aspects of the transport and the distribution of water in the community of workmen; based on textual and archaeological data.

[N] Allam, Schafik, La vie municipale à Deir el-Médineh: les supérieurs (Hwtjw / Hntjw) du village, Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 97 (1997), 1-17.

[N] Baines, J. and C.J. Eyre, Four notes on literacy, Göttinger Miszellen 61 (1982), pp. 65-96.

§4: Deir el-Medina: the workmen of the royal tomb (pp. 86-91). Revised version of the article now in J. Baines, Visual and Written Culture in Ancient Egypt, Oxford, 2007, pp. 63-94.

[N] Berg, P., Perspectives on Travelling in the Texts from Deir el-Medina, in: V. Gashe and J. Finch ed., Current Research in Egyptology 2008. Proceedings of the Ninth Annual Symposium which took place at The KNH Centre for Biomedical Egyptology, University of Manchester, January 2008, Bolton, 2008, pp. 1-11.

[N] Bogoslovsky, E.S., Voennye I khudozhniki v Egipte XIV-X vv. do n.e., in: Tutankhamun I ego vremya, Moscow, 1976, pp. 80-95.

"Soldiers and Artists in Egypt in the XIVt-Xth Centuries B.C.".
The organization of the community of Deir el-Medîna derives from military organization.
Not seen, compare Annual Egyptological Bibliography no. 76089.

[N] Bogoslovsky, E.S., "Slugi" faraonov, bogov I chastnykh lits (k sotsial'noy istorii Egipta XVI-XIV vv do n.e.), Moscow, 1979.

"'Servants' of Pharaohs, Gods and Private Persons (on the Social History of Egypt XVI-XIVth Century B.C.)". On the title of sDm-aS in the 18th dynasty; among its bearers we find the necropolis workmen (Annual Egyptological Bibliography no. 79864).

[N] Bogoslovsky, E.S., Gosudarstvennoye regulirovaniye sotsial'noy struktury Drevnego Egipta, Vestnik Drevnej Istorii 1 (155), 1981, pp. 18-34.

"State Regulation of the Social Structure in Ancient Egypt" (with English Summary; Annual Egyptological Bibliography no. 81.1072).

[N] Bogoslovsky, E.S., On the System of the Ancient Egyptian Society of the Epoch of the New Kingdom, According to the Documents from Deir el-Medina, Altorientalische Forschungen 8 (1981), pp. 5-21.

[N] Bogoslovsky, E.S., "Raby" v tekstakh iz Der el'-Medina, in: Problemy sotsial'nykh otnosheniy i form zavisimosti na drevnem vostoke, Moscow, 1984, pp. 81-127.

"The Slaves" in Texts from Deir el-Medîna (Annual Egyptological Bibliography nos. 84.1030 and 85.1191).

[N] Botti, G., Frammenti di registri di stato civile della XXa dinastia, Rendiconti R. Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei. Classe di scienzi morali, storiche e filologiche, Roma, Serie 5, Vol. 31 (1922), pp. 391-394.

Houselist of Deir el-Medîna, without notes.

[N] Burkard, G., “... die im Dunkeln sieht man nicht”. Waren die Arbeiter im Tal der Könige priviligierte Gefangene?, in: H. Guksch, E. Hofmann, M. Bommas (ed.), Grab und Totenkult im alten Ägypten, Munich, 2003, pp. 128-146.

[N] Burkard, G., “Oh, diese Mauern Pharaos!” Zur Bewegungsfreiheit der Einwohner von Deir el Medine, Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts Abteilung Kairo 59 (2003), pp. 11-39.

On the basis of the evidence presented previously by Ventura (Living in a City of the Dead, 1986) and McDowell (in: Pharaoh's Workers, 1994), and of some new documents, the author concludes that the freedom of movement of the necropolis workmen was restricted, although their settlement was not isolated.

[N] Černý , J., A Community of Workmen at Thebes in the Ramesside Period, Le Caire, 1973 = Bibliothèque d'étude, 50.

[N] Černý , J., Egypt: From the Death of Ramesses III to the End of the Twenty-First Dynasty = The Cambridge Ancient History. Third Edition. Volume II, Part 2. History of the Middle East and the Aegean Region c. 1380-1000 B.C., Cambridge, 1975, pp. 606-657.

See Part III: Workmen of the King's Tomb (pp. 620-626).

[N] Černý , J., L'identité des "Serviteurs dans la Place de Verité" et des ouvriers de la nécropole royale de Thèbes, Revue de l'Égypte ancienne 2 (1929), pp. 200-209.

[N] Černý , J., The Valley of the Kings. Fragments d'un manuscrit inachevé, Le Caire, 1973 = Bibliothèque d'étude, 61.

[N] Christophe, L.-A., Les porteurs d'eau de Deir el-Médineh pendant le règne de Ramsès III, Bulletin d l'Iinstitut Égyptien 36 (session 1953-1954), pp. 381-408.

[N] Christophe, L.-A., Le ravitaillement en poissons des artisans de la nécropole thébaine à la fin du règne de Ramsès III, Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 65 (1967), pp. 179-199.

[N] Demarée, R.J., The Organization of Labour among the Royal Necropolis Workmen of Deir al-Medina. A Preliminary Update, in: B. Menu ed., L’organisation du travail en Égypte Ancienne et en Mésopotamie (Bibliothèque d’Étude 151), Cairo, 2010, pp. 185-192.

[N] Drenkhahn, R., Zur Anwendung der "Tagewählkalender", Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Abteilung Kairo 28 (1972), pp. 85-94.

The application of the Calendar of Lucky and Unlucky Days in Deir el-Medîna is tested by the dates of the kenbet sessions and the comparison of the working and festival days (pp. 92-94).

[N] Eichler, S., Untersuchungen zu den Wasserträgern von Deir el-Medineh I, Studien zur altägyptischen Kultur 17 (1990), pp. 135-175; and II, Studien zur altägyptischen Kultur 18 (1991), pp. 173-206.

[N] Endesfelder, E., Sklave (Hmw) in der Nekropole von Deir el Medine, Altorientalische Forschungen 5 (1977), pp. 17-24.

[N] Endesfelder, E., Über die Arbeit der thebanischen Nekropole im Neuen reich, in: Sozialökonomische Verhältnisse im Alten Orient und im klassischen Altertum, Berlin, 1961 (= Tagung der Sektion Alte Geschichte der Deutschen Historiker-Gesellschaft von 12. - 17. X. 1959 in Altenburg), pp. 88-93.

[N] [S] Engelmann, H. and J. Hallof, Medizinische Nothilfe, Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde 122 (1995), pp. 104-136.

Discussion including the titles xrp srq.t and sA in Deir el-Medîna.

[N] [P] Eyre, C.J., Employment and Labour Relations in the Theban Necropolis in the Ramesside Period (diss., unpublished), Oxford, 1980.

[N] [P] Eyre, C.J., Work and Organisation of Work in the New Kingdom, in: M.A. Powell ed., Labor in the Ancient Near East (American Oriental Series 68), New Haven, 1987, pp. 167-221.

Also dealing with the necropolis workmen: see especially section 3 (pp. 168-180).

[N] Gauthier, H., La nécropole de Thèbes et son personnel, Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 13 (1917), pp. 153-168.

On titles of Deir el-Medîna personnel.

[N] [Y] Häggman, S., Directing Deir el-Medina. The External Administration of the Necropolis (Uppsala Studies in Egyptology 4), Uppsala, 2002.

On the historical development of the necropolis administration, concentrating on the contacts with external authorities (king, vizier, mayors of Thebes, and the temples) and on developments in the late Twentieth Dynasty.

[N] Hao, X., The Inspections of Viziers in Deir El-Medina: Analysis of Administrative Documents in Ramesside Period (19th-20th Dynasty), Journal of Ancient Civilizations 26 (2011), pp. 79-101.

[N] Helck, W., Feiertage und Arbeitstage in der Ramessidenzeit, Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient 7 (1964), pp. 136-166.

[N] Hofmann, T., Zur sozialen Bedeutung zweier Begriffe für 'Diener': bAk und Hm. Untersucht an Quellen vom Alten Reich bis zur Ramessidenzeit (Aegyptiaca Helvetica 18), Basel 2005.

 

Chapter 12 (pp. 235-42) discusses the relevant words in Deir el-Medina documents.

 

[N] [P] Hofmann, T., Arbeitseinsätze und Löhne der sogenannten Sklavinnen von Deir el-Medine, in: A. Dorn and T. Hofmann ed., Living and Writing in Deir el-Medine. Socio-historical Embodiment of Deir el-Medine Texts (Aegyptiaca Helvetica 19), Basel, 2006, pp. 113-118.

[N] Janssen, J.J., Literacy and Letters at Deir el-Medîna, in: R.J. Demarée and A. Egberts ed., Village Voices. Proceedings of the symposium 'Texts from Deir el-Medîna and their interpretation'. Leiden, May 31 - June, 1, 1991 (CNWS Publications 13), Leiden, 1992, pp. 81-94.

Concerning the proportion of the population of Deir el-Medîna that were literate. Appendix on 'journal of the necropolis' ostraca.

[N] [O] Janssen, J.J., A Marital Title from the New Kingdom, in: Teeter, E. and John A. Larson ed., Gold of Praise (The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago. Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilization 58), Chicago 1999, pp. 185-192.

The title anx-n-niwt in documents mainly from Deir el-Medina is best translated as 'Mrs.' or 'Frau'.

[N] [P] [S] Janssen, Jac.J., E. Frood and M. Goecke-Bauer, Woodcutters, Potters and Doorkeepers. Service Personnel of the Deir el-Medina Workmen (Egyptologische Uitgaven 17), Leiden, 2003.

With chapters on the woodcutters (Jac.J. Janssen), potters (E. Frood) and doorkeepers (M. Goecke-Bauer), their produce and organization, and (for the doorkeepers) prosopography.

[N] Janssen, J.J., and R.M. Janssen, The Laundrymen of the Theban Necropolis, Archiv Orientální 70 (2002), pp. 1-12.

[N] Lesko. B.S., Rank, Roles, and Rights, in: L.H. Lesko ed., Pharaoh's Workers. The villagers of Deir el Medina, Ithaca and London, 1994, pp. 15-39.

Status and rights of the workmen and their families.

[N] Lesko, L.H., Literature, Literacy, and Literati, in: L.H. Lesko ed., Pharaoh's Workers. The villagers of Deir el Medina, Ithaca and London, 1994, pp. 131-144.

[N] McDowell, A.G., Awareness of the Past in Deir el-Medîna, in: R.J. Demarée and A. Egberts ed., Village Voices. Proceedings of the symposium 'Texts from Deir el-Medîna and their interpretation', Leiden, May 31 - June 1, 1991 (CNWS Publications 13), Leiden, 1992, pp. 95-109.

On the memory and sense of history among the inhabitants of Deir el-Medîna.

[N] McDowell, A.G., Contact with the Outside World, in: L.H. Lesko ed., Pharaoh's Workers. The villagers of Deir el Medina, Ithaca and London, 1994, pp. 41-59.

Opposes the idea (mainly expressed by Ventura, Living in a City of the Dead, 1986, see J) that the workmen of Deir el-Medîna lived in forced isolation.

[N] [C] McDowell, A., Student Exercises from Deir el-Medina: The Dates, in: P. der Manuelian ed., Studies in Honor of William Kelly Simpson vol. 2, Boston 1996, pp. 601-608.

From a collection and analysis of the dates on copies of literary texts, the author concludes that advanced students copied and studied them individually when they were free from work at the tombs.

[N] Megally, M., À propos de l'organisation administrative des ouvriers à la XVIIIe Dynastie, in: Studia aegyptiaca I (Recueil V. Wessetzky), Budapest, 1974, pp. 297-311.

A comparison with Deir el-Medîna.

[N] Meskell, L., Private Life in New Kingdom Egypt, Princeton – Oxford, 2002.

Sections on village life largely based on sources from Deir el-Medina.

[N] Neunert, G., Mein Grab, mein Esel, mein Platz in der Gesellschaft. Prestige im Alten Ägypten am Beispiel Deir el-Medine (Edition Manetho 1), Berlin, 2010.

After a sociological discussion of the concept of prestige (chapter 1) and a lengthy introduction to the historical setting (chapter 2), the author discusses wages and property (chapter 3), conduct and trust (chapter 4), as possible indications of prestige.

[N] Peden, A., The Community of Workmen at Deir el-Medina in the Ramesside Period: An Overview of Rank and Roles, in: M. Collier and S. Snape ed., Ramesside Studies in Honour of K.A. Kitchen, Bolton, 2011, pp. 381-386.

[N] Schlüter, K. and A. Schlüter, Anmerkungen zur Interpretation von Festdarstellungen aus Deir el-Medineh, in: D. Kessler, R. Schulz, M. Ullmann, A. Verbovsek and S. Wimmer ed., Texte - Theben - Tonfragmente. Festschrift für Günter Burkard (Ägypten und Altes Testament 76), Wiesbaden, 2009, pp. 361-369.

On the freedom of movement and the participation of necropolis workmen in religious feasts, mainly based on scenes in TT 2 (Khabekhnet), relief Cairo JE 43591, and stela Berlin 20337 (Nebre).

[N] Smith, H.S., Society and Settlement in ancient Egypt, in: Man, Settlement and Urbanism. Edited by P.J. Ucko, R. Tringham and G.W. Dimbleby, London, 1972, pp. 705-719.

Pp.709-711 are devoted to Deir el-Medîna.

[N] Spiegelberg, W., Arbeiter und Arbeiterbewegung im Pharaonenreich unter den Ramessiden (ca. 1400-1100 v.Chr.). Eine kulturgeschichtliche Skizze, Strassburg, 1895.

[N] Steinmann, F., Untersuchungen zu den in der handwerklich-künstlerischen Produktion beschäftigten Personen und Berufsgruppen des Neuen Reichs.

I. Katalog der Berufsbezeichnungen und Titel, Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde 107 (1980), pp. 137-157.

II. Klassifizierung der Berufsbezeichnungen und Titel, Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde 109 (1982), pp. 66-72.

III. Bemerkungen zu den an Titel und Berufsbezeichnungen angeknüpften Angaben über Dienstverhältnisse etc., Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde 109 (1982), pp. 149-156.

IV. Bemerkungen zur Arbeitsorganisation, Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde 111 (1984), pp. 30-40.

V. Bemerkungen zur sozialen Stellung und materiellen Lage, Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde 118 (1991), pp. 149-161.

[N] Strudwick, N., The population of Thebes in the New Kingdom. Some preliminary thoughts, in: J. Assmann, E. Dziobek, H. Guksch, F. Kampp ed., Thebanische Beamtennekropole. Neue Perspektive archäologischer Forschung, internationales Symposion Heidelberg 9.-13.6.1993 (Studien zur Archäologie und Geschichte Ägyptens 12), Heidelberg, 1995, pp. 97-105.

Discussing some demographic data, including the population of Deir el-Medîna and the houselist of P. BM 10068. For the latter see also F: Janssen, AoF 19 (1992).

[N] Sweeney, D., Women's Correspondence from Deir el-Medineh, in: G.M. Zaccone and T.R. di Netro ed., Sesto Congresso di Egittologia. Atti II, Turin, 1993, pp. 523-529.

On literacy among the female inhabitants of Deir el-Medîna.

[N] Sweeney, D., Women Growing Older in Deir el-Medina, in: A. Dorn and T. Hofmann ed., Living and Writing in Deir el-Medine. Socio-historical Embodiment of Deir el-Medine Texts (Aegyptiaca Helvetica 19), Basel, 2006, pp. 135-153.

 

Concentrating on women's tasks and earnings.

[N] [O] [P] Toivari, J., Marriage at Deir el-Medina, in: C.J. Eyre ed., Proceedings of the Seventh International Congress of Egyptologists, Cambridge, 3-9 September 1995 (Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 82), Leuven 1998, 1157-1163.

Discussion of formal aspects (including gift-giving) of marriage and divorce as evidenced by ostraca and papyri.

[N] Toivari-Viitala, J., Women at Deir el-Medina. A Study of the Status and Roles of the Female Inhabitants in the Workmen’s Community during the Ramesside Period (Egyptologische Uitgaven 15), Leiden, 2001.

[N] [O] Toivari-Viitala, J., A Case Study of Ancient Egyptian Marriage Practices in the Workmen’s Community at Deir el-Medina during the Ramesside Period, in: S. Parpola and R.M. Whiting ed., Sex and Gender in the Ancient Near East (Compte rendu, Rencontre Assyriologique Internationale 47), Helsinki, 2002, pp. 613-619.

[N] Toivari-Viitala, J., Absence from Work at Deir el-Medina, in: A. Dorn and T. Hofmann ed., Living and Writing in Deir el-Medine. Socio-historical Embodiment of Deir el-Medine Texts (Aegyptiaca Helvetica 19), Basel, 2006, pp. 155-159.

 

On the practice and purpose of keeping absence records in the reign of Ramesses III.

 

[N] Tosi, M., Egitto: la comunità operaia di Deir el Medina (circa 1540-1070 a.C.). Notizie sull’organizzazione del lavoro, Ricerche di Egittologia e di Antichità Copte 5 (2003), pp. 83-90.

[N] Valbelle, D., Eléments sur la démographie et le paysage urbains, d'après les papyrus documentaires d'époque pharaonique, Cahier de Recherches de l'Institut de Papyrologie et Égyptologie de Lille 7 (1985), pp. 75-87.

Pp. 81-87: demography of Deir el-Medîna (based on O. Stockholm MM 14126 rt., 'Stato Civile') and the Theban West Bank (P. BM 10054, 10068).

[N] [S] Ward, W.A., Foreigners living in the Village, in: L.H. Lesko ed., Pharaoh's Workers. The villagers of Deir el Medina, Itahaca and London, 1994, pp. 61-85.

Discussion and complete list of all foreign personal names in Deir el-Medîna context.

See also A: Brunner-Traut, Die Alten Ägypter, 1974; Gutgesell, Arbeiter und Pharaonen, 1989; Sauneron, Archéologia 38 (1971); Valbelle, Dialogues d'Histoire Ancienne 10 (1984); Tadema, Tadema Sporry, Vallei der Koningen, 1979

B: McDowell, Village Life, 1999

C: Gasse, in: Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD, 2000; McDowell, in: Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD, 2000

E: Burkard, in: Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD, 2000; Davies, GM 137 (1993); Davies and Toivari, in: Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD, 2000; Demarée, in: Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD, 2000; Grandet, in: Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD, 2000; Haring, GM 178 (2000); Janssen, Medelhavsmuseet Bulletin; Janssen, SAK 8 (1980); Wilfong, in: Gold of Praise, 1999 14 (1979)

F: Gee, BES 15 (2002); Janssen, AoF 19 (1992)

H: Sweeney, ZÄS 135 (2008)

J: Bierbrier, JEA 66 (1980)

P: Allam, SAK 26 (1998)

Q: Sweeney, in: Sitting Beside Lepsius, 2009

S: Janssen, OMRO 58 (1977)

T: Meskell, Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology 7 (1994); Meskell, Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 5 (1998); Meskell, in: Intimate Relations, 1998; Meskell, Archaeologies of Social Life, 1999; Meskell, in: Human Lifecycles, 2000

V: Pruvodce vystavou Deir el-Medina, 1950-1951; Raven, in: Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD, 2000

W: Exell, Soldiers, Sailors and Sandalmakers, 2009

Y: Janssen, in: Village Varia, 1997

O: JURIDICAL ASPECTS

 

[O] Allam, S., Eine Abstandsurkunde aus der Zeit des Neuen Reiches, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 53 (1967), pp. 47-50.

I.a. translation of and commentary on O. Gardiner 104 = Černý , Gardiner, Hieratic Ostraca 47,3.

[O] [E] Allam, S., Zum Ostrakon British Museum 5637, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 53 (1967), pp. 59-62.

[O] Allam, S., Zwei Schlussklauseln zur Übertragung eines Rechts im Alten Ägypten, Bibliotheca Orientalis 24 (1967), pp. 14-20.

[O] Allam, S., Zur Gottesgerichtsbarkeit in der altägyptischen Arbeitersiedlung von Deir el-Medineh, Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Abteilung Kairo 24 (1969), pp. 10-15.

Summarized in: XVII. Deutscher Orientalistentag. Vom 21. Bis 27. Juli 1968 in Würzburg. Vorträge. Teil I, Wiesbaden, 1969 (= Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft, Supplementa I), pp. 68-69.

[O] Allam, S., Zur Stellung der Frau im alten Ägypten in der Zeit des Neuen Reiches, 16. - 10. Jh. v.u.Z., Bibliotheca Orientalis 26 (1969), pp. 155-159.

The argument is illustrated with examples from ostraca and papyri.

[O] Allam, S., Das Verfahrensrecht in der altägyptischen Arbeitersiedlung von Deir el-Medineh, Tübingen, 1973 = Untersuchungen zum Rechtsleben im alten Ägypten, 1.

For a critical review, see below: Janssen, BiOr 31 (1975).

[O] Allam, S., L'apport des documents juridiques de Deir el-Médineh, in: Le droit égyptien ancien. Colloque organisé par l'Institut des Hautes Études de Belgique, 18 et 19 Mars 1974, [Bruxelles, 1976], pp. 139-162.

[O] Allam, S., Un droit pénal existait-il stricto sensu en Égypte pharaonique?, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 64 (1978), pp. 65-68.

Discussion on the distinction between penal and civil aspects of law, based on Deir el-Medîna documents.

[O] [H] [Q] Allam, S., Die Rolle der Gottheit im Recht, Das Altertum 25 (1979), pp. 103-112.

General picture of juridical aspects including oracles in Deir el-Medîna, on pp. 108-112.

[O] Allam, S., Familie und Besitzverhältnisse in der altägyptischen Arbeitersiedlung von Deir el-Medineh, Revue Internationale des Droits de l'Antiquité 30 (1983), pp. 17-39.

[O] Allam, S., Erbrecht in der altägyptischen Arbeitersiedlung von Deir el-Medineh, Das Altertum 30 (1984), pp. 152-160.

[O] Allam, S., Egyptian Law-Courts in Pharaonic and Hellenistic Times, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 77 (1991), pp. 109-128.

pp. 110-115 are concerned, a.o., with Deir el-Medîna.

[O] Allam, S., Der eponyme richterliche Schreiber. Beispiele aus Deir-el-Medineh, Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde 133 (2006), pp. 1-9.

 

On the role of the scribe in onb.t jurisdiction.

 

[O] [E] Allam, S., Eine Prozess-Strafe (O.Berlin 14214), in: K. Daoud, S. Bedier and S. Abd El-Fatah ed., Studies in Honor of Ali Radwan (Supplément aux Annales du Service des Antiquités de l'Égypte 34), vol. 1, Cairo 2005, pp. 65-68.

[O] Baer, K., The Oath sDfA-tryt in Papyrus Lee 1,1, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 50 (1964), pp. 179-180.

The oath occurs in P. Salt and the Turin Strike Papyrus.

[O] Bedell, E.D., Criminal Law in the Egyptian Ramesside Period, Diss. Brandeis Univ., 1973 = Ann Arbor University Microfilms 73-32, 367, 1973.

[O] Bogoslovsky, E.S., Dolzhnostnoe vladenie v Drevnem Egipte I Data Reorganizatsii Sluzhby Tsarskogo Nekropolia, in: Pismennye Pamiatniki I Problemy Kultury Narodov Vostoka. Chast 1, Moscow, 1979, pp. 21-26.

"Official Property in Ancient Egypt and the Date of the Reorganisation of the Service in the Royal Necropolis".

Deals with O. Brit. Mus. 5624 and O. Toronto A. 11, 12-30.

[O] Bogoslovsky, E.S., Sobstvennost I dolzhnostnoe vladenie v Drevnem Egipte (Po materialam iz Der el-Medina), Vestnik Drevnej Istorii 1 (147), 1979, pp. 3-23.

"Property and Ex-Officio Possessions in Ancient Egypt (Based on Material from Deir el-Medîna)".

[O] [E] Černý , J. and T.E. Peet, A Marriage Settlement of the Twentieth Dynasty. An Unpublished Document from Turin, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 13 (1927), pp. 30-39.

Some persons from Deir el-Medîna are mentioned, there are references to Deir el-Medîna ostraca and O. Gardiner 55 vs. = Černý , Gardiner, Hieratic Ostraca 66,2 is published. See also the following.

[O] [E] Černý , J., La constitution d'un avoir conjugal en Egypte, Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 37 (1937-1938), pp. 40-48.

In connection with the above document (P. Turin 2021) which is not from Deir el-Medîna the author translates O. Gardiner 55 vs. = Černý , Gardiner, Hieratic Ostraca 66,2 and O. Bodleian Library, Oxford 253 = Černý , Gardiner, Hieratic Ostraca 64,2.

[O] David, A., The Legal Register of Ramesside Private Law Instruments (Göttinger Orientforschungen IV. Reihe Ägypten 38), Wiesbaden, 2010.

In-depth analysis of private legal documents, nearly all from Deir el-Medina; aimed at establishing their specific juridical language.

[O] Erman, A., Ein Fall abgekürzter Justiz in Ägypten = Abh. Der Kön. Preussischen Ak. d. Wiss. Jahrgang 1913. Phil.-hist. Kl., Nr. 1, Berlin, 1913 (18 p.).

On some papyri later included in J. Černý , Late Ramesside Letters.

[O] Eyre, C.J., Crime and Adultery in Ancient Egypt, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 70 (1984), pp. 92-105.

Discussion includes documents from Deir el-Medîna.

[O] Harari, I., La capacité juridique de la femme au nouvel empire, Revue Internationale des Droits de l'Antiquité 30 (1983), pp. 41-54.

Discussion includes documents from Deir el-Medîna (e.g. Naunakhte).

[O] [S] Haring, B., The Scribe of the Mat: From Agrarian Administration to Local Justice, in: R.J. Demarée and A. Egberts ed., Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD (Egyptologische Uitgaven 14), Leiden 2000, pp. 129-158.

[O] Janssen, J.J., The Rules of Legal proceeding in the Community of Necropolis Workmen at Deir el-Medîna, Bibliotheca Orientalis 32 (1975), pp. 291-296.

Criticism of Allam, Das Verfahrensrecht, 1973 (see above).

[O] [E] [F] Janssen, J.J. and P.W. Pestman, Burial and Inheritance in the Community of the Necropolis Workmen at Thebes (P. Bulaq X and O. Petrie 16), Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient 11 (1968), pp. 137-170.

O. Petrie 16 = Černý , Gardiner, Hieratic Ostraca 21,1; P. Bulaq X = P. Cairo 58092.

[O] Lorton, D., The Treatment of Criminals in Ancient Egypt through the New Kingdom, in: The Treatment of Criminals in the Ancient Near East. Edited by J.M. Sasson, Leiden, 1977 (= Offprint from JESHO 20, part 1, 1977), pp. 2-64.

[O] Lurje, I.M., Studien zum altägyptischen Recht des 16. Bis 10. Jahrhunderts v.u.Z. Deutsche Ausgabe von Schafik Allam, Weimar, 1971 (= Forschungen zum Römischen Recht, 30). Original edition: Ocerki drevne egipetskogo prava XVI - X vekov do n.e., Leningrad, 1960.

Part 5: The Sources, nrs 40-100 (pp. 182-197) are almost all from Deir el-Medîna or related to it.

[O] Malinine, M., Notes juridiques (À propos de l'ouvrage de E. Seidl), Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 46 (1947), pp. 93-123.

Commentary on E. Seidl, Einführung in die ägyptische Rechtsgeschichte, 1939 (see below).

[O] McDowell, A.G., Jurisdiction over Landed Property in Deir el-Medineh (Egypt), American Journal of Archaeology 92 (1988), p. 243.

(Abstract of a paper).

[O] McDowell, A.G., Jurisdiction in the Workmen's Community of Deir el-Medîna ([diss.] Egyptologische Uitgaven 5), Leiden, 1990.

Discusses various topics: titles, pA xtm n pA xr, oracles, the qnb.t, special cases, the role of the king.

See reviews: S. Allam, Bibliotheca Orientalis 49 (1992), pp. 379-386; J. López, JESHO 36 (1993), pp. 283-287.

[O] McDowell, A., Legal Aspects of Care of the Elderly in Egypt to the End of the New Kingdom, in: M. Stol and S.P. Vleeming ed., The Care of the Elderly in the Ancient Near East (Studies in the History and Culture of the Ancient Near East 14), Leiden-Boston-Cologne, 1998, pp. 199-221.

Concentrating on sources from Deir el-Medina in section II. Artisans (pp. 208-217).

[O] [E] Menu, B., Le prêt en droit égyptien, Cahier de Recherches de l'Institut de Papyrologie et Égyptologie de Lille 1 (1973), pp. 59-141.

Pp. 75-115: Le prêt au Nouvel Empire, i.a. loans of donkeys. Presentation in transliteration, translation and juridical commentary.
Republished in: B Menu, Recherches sur l'histoire juridique, économique et sociale de l'ancien Égypte, Versailles, 1982, pp. 217-300.

[O] Neveu, F., Extraits de la chronique judiciaire de Deir al Médîna, Égypte, Afrique & Orient 25 (2002), pp. 11-18.

[O] Pestman, P.W., Marriage and Matrimonial Property in Ancient Egypt. A Contribution to Establishing the Legal Position of the Woman, Leiden, 1961.

Ch. 9: Summary; the law regarding matrimonial property; the "Will" of Naunakhte.

[O] Seidl, E., Einführung in die ägyptische Rechtsgeschichte bis zum Ende des Neuen Reiches, Glückstadt, 19391, 19572.

Many Deir el-Medîna documents are referred to in the list of sources. See also above: Malinine, BIFAO 46 (1947).

[O] Seidl, Vom Erbrecht der Alten Ägypter, Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft 107 (1957), pp. 270-281.

I.a. a commentary on the contents of Naunakhte Document I.

[O] [E] Théodoridès, A., À propos de la loi dans l'Égypte pharaonique, Revue Internationale des Droits de l'Antiquité 14 (1957), pp. 107-152.

The author translates and discusses i.a. O. Petrie 16 = Černý , Gardiner, Hieratic Ostraca 21,1 and P. Bulaq X (P. Cairo 58092).
Now also in: J. Kruchten et al. ed., Vivre de Maât. Travaux sur le droit égyptien ancien. Aristide Théodoridès I (Acta Orientalia Belgica Subsidia I), Brussels, Louvain-la-Neuve and Leuven, 1995, 21-68.

[O] Théodoridès, A., De la prétendue expression juridique pna r mdt, Revue d'Égyptologie 19 (1967), pp. 111-121,

Use is made of Deir el-Medîna documents.
Now also in: J. Kruchten et al. ed., Vivre de Maât. Travaux sur le droit égyptien ancien. Aristide Théodoridès II (Acta Orientalia Belgica Subsidia II), Brussels, Louvain-la-Neuve and Leuven, 1995, 791-803.

[O] Théodoridès, A., La notion égyptienne de possession exprimée par la locution prépositive m-di, Revue d'Égyptologie 22 (1970), pp. 139-154.

Use is made of Deir el-Medîna documents.
Now also in: J. Kruchten et al. ed., Vivre de Maât. Travaux sur le droit égyptien ancien. Aristide Théodoridès II (Acta Orientalia Belgica Subsidia II), Brussels, Louvain-la-Neuve and Leuven, 1995, 773-790.

[O] Théodoridès, A., Les ouvriers-"magistrats" en Égypte à l'époque ramesside (XIXe-Xxe dyn.; 13e-10e s. av. J.-C.), Revue Internationale des Droits de l'Antiquité 16 (1969), pp. 103-188.

Now also in: J. Kruchten et al. ed., Vivre de Maât. Travaux sur le droit égyptien ancien. Aristide Théodoridès I (Acta Orientalia Belgica Subsidia I), Brussels, Louvain-la-Neuve and Leuven, 1995, 133-220.

[O] Théodoridès, A., Du prestige de la procédure oraculaire parmi le personnel de la nécropole thébaine sous le Mouvel Empire, in: Acta Orientalia Belgica. 31 mai/mei 1963 - 1-2 juin/juni 1964 (= Correspondance d'Orient, 10), Bruxelles, [1966], pp. 185-200.

[O] Théodoridès, A., Le testament d'Imenkhâou, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 54 (1968), pp. 149-154.

P. Turin 2021 is not from Deir el-Medîna, but use is made of Deir el-Medîna documents.
Now also in: J. Kruchten et al. ed., Vivre de Maât. Travaux sur le droit égyptien ancien. Aristide Théodoridès II (Acta Orientalia Belgica Subsidia II), Brussels, Louvain-la-Neuve and Leuven, 1995, 509-516.

[O] Théodoridès, A., Le "testament" de Naunakhte, Revue Internationale des Droits de l'Antiquité 13 (1966), pp. 31-70.

Now also in: J. Kruchten et al. ed., Vivre de Maât. Travaux sur le droit égyptien ancien. Aristide Théodoridès II (Acta Orientalia Belgica Subsidia II), Brussels, Louvain-la-Neuve and Leuven, 1995, 517-558.

[O] Théodoridès, A., Dénonciation de malversations ou requête en destitution? (Papyrus Salt 124 = P. Brit.Mus. 10055), Revue Internationale des Droits de l'Antiquité 28 (1981), pp. 11-79.

Background, commentary, discussion of P. Salt 124, described as a request for the dismissal of Paneb.

[O] Toivari, J., Man versus woman. Interpersonal disputes in the workmen's community of Deir el-Medina, Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient 40 (1997), pp. 153-173.

[O] Vleeming, S.P., The Days on which the qnb.t used to gather, in: R.J. Demarée and J.J. Janssen ed., Gleanings from Deir el-Medîna (Egyptologische Uitgaven 1), Leiden, 1982, pp. 183-192.

[O] Wilson, J.A., The Oath in Ancient Egypt, Journal of Near Eastern Studies 7 (1948), pp. 129-156.

See also A: Gutgesell, Arbeiter und Pharaonen, 1989

B: McDowell, Village Life, 1999

E: Manning et al., JNES 48 (1989); McDowell, JEA 81 (1995); Toivari-Viitala, GM 195 (2003)

F: Fischer-Elfert, GM 112 (1989)

H: all titles

N: Janssen, in: Gold of Praise, 1999; Toivari, in: Seventh International Congress, 1998; Toivari-Viitala, in: Sex and Gender in the Ancient Near East, 2002

P: Katary, in: Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD, 2000

P: ECONOMIC ASPECTS

 

[P] Akiyama Shinichi, The Rations (diw) in Deir el-Medineh, Bulletin of the Society for Near Eastern Studies in Japan 33.2 (1990), pp. 1-19.

(Japanese, English abstract).

[P] Akiyama Shinichi, The Supply of Wood to Deir el-Medineh, Bulletin of the Society for Near Eastern Studies in Japan 41.1 (1998), pp. 30-47.

(Japanese)

[P] Allam, S., Silber = Leistung (in Form von beweglichen Vermögensgegenständen), Orientalia 36 (1967), pp. 416-420.

[P] [N] Allam, S., Vermittler im Handel zur Zeit des Neuen Reiches, Studien zur Altägyptischen Kultur 26 (1998), 3-18.

Discussion of middlemen in commercial transactions and on 'traders' (Swty.w), mainly based on Deir el-Medina documents.

[P] Allam, S., Wie der Altägypter in der Zeit des Neuen Reiches kaufte und verkaufte, Das Altertum 27 (1981), pp. 233-240.

[P] [M] Allam, S., Affaires et opérations commerciales, in: N. Grimal and B. Menu ed., Le commerce en Égypte ancienne. Colloque AIDEA, IFAO-Le Caire, 1996 (Bibliothèque d'Étude 121), Cairo, 1998, 133-156.

Including evidence from Deir el-Medina; see especially pp. 146-7 (on hrw n bAk) and pp. 152-5 (on Swty.w in the Tomb-robberies papyri).

[P] Antoine, J.-C., Fluctuations of fish deliveries at Deir el-Medina in the Twentieth Dynasty. A statistical analysis, Studien zur Altägyptischen Kultur 35 (2006), pp. 25-41.

 

[P] Antoine, J.-C., The Delay of the Grain Ration and its Social Consequences at Deir el-Medîna in the Twentieth Dynasty: A Statistical Analysis, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 95 (2009), pp. 223-234.

[P] [E] Bogoslovsky, E.S., Novaya forma "Vseobshchego" ekvivalenta v drevneegipetskoj ekonomike, in: Istoria i filologia Drevnego Vostoka, Moscow, 1976, pp. 53-58.

"A New Form of General Equivalent in the Ancient Egyptian Economy".

On the use of nHH-oil as a measure of value; based on O. DeM 31 (translated with comments).

[P] Bogoslovsky, E.S., Ob osnovnykh proizvoditelyakh material'nykh i dukhovnykh tsennostey v Egipte vtoroy poloviny II tysyacheletiya do n.e., in: Problemy sotsial'nykh otnosheniy i form zavisimosti na drevnem vostoke, Moscow, 1984, pp. 52-80.

"On the basic means of Production and Spiritual Values in Egypt during the Second Half of the Second Millennium B.C." (Annual Egyptological Bibliography nos. 84.1048 and 85.1213).

[P] [E] Bogoslovsky, E.S., Ostracon Hermitage 18067, in: E.Ye. Kormyscheva ed., Ancient Egypt and Kush. In Memoriam Mikhail A, Korostovtsev, Moscow, 1993, pp. 83-103.

Edition of this text, with remarks on Egyptian words for copper tools, distributions of copper, and ownership of tools. Including a re-interpretation of O. DeM 347.

[P] Černý , J., Fluctuations in Grain Prices during the Twentieth Egyptian Dynasty, Archiv Orientálni 6 (1934), pp. 173-178.

[P] Černý , J., Prices and Wages in Egypt in the Ramesside Period, Cahiers d'histoire mondiale, Paris 1 (1954), pp. 903-921.

[P] Cooney, K.M., An Informal Workshop: Textual Evidence for Private Funerary Art Production in the Ramesside Period, in: A. Dorn and T. Hofmann ed., Living and Writing in Deir el-Medine. Socio-historical Embodiment of Deir el-Medine Texts (Aegyptiaca Helvetica 19), Basel, 2006, pp. 43-55.

 

[P] [T] Cooney, K.M., The Cost of Death. The Social and Economic Value of Ancient Egyptian Funerary Art in the Ramesside Period (Egyptologische Uitgaven 22), Leiden, 2007.

 

Collects and evaluates textual and archaeological data on burial equipment, its quality and costs. Includes a catalogue of coffins with images, many of which had remained unpublished previously.

[P] Eggebrecht, A., Die frühen Hochkulturen: Das Alte Ägypten, in: A. Eggebrecht, J. Flemming, G. Meyer, A. v. Müller, A. Oppolzer, A. Paulinui, H. Schneider, Geschichte der Arbeit. Vom Alten Ägypten bis zur Gegenwart, [Köln], 1980, pp. 23-94 and 418-425 (notes).

Some 15 pages are devoted to Deir el-Medîna.

[P] Gardiner, A.H., Ramesside Texts Relating to the Taxation and Transport of Corn, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 27 (1941), pp. 19-73.

§ 2: P. Turin 1895+2007. Mission of Dhutmose for the collecting of corn destined for the rations of the Deir el-Medîna workmen. For the publication, see F: Gardiner, Ramesside Administrative Documents, 1948.

[P] Haring, B.J.J., The Economic Aspects of Royal "Funerary" Temples: a Preliminary Survey, Göttinger Miszellen 132 (1993), pp. 39-48.

Also referring to the role of the temples in Deir el-Medîna documents.

[P] Haring, B.J.J., Divine Households. Administrative and Economic Aspects of the New Kingdom Royal Memorial Temples in Western Thebes (Egyptologische Uitgaven 12), Leiden 1997.

Chs. VIII and IX are especially concerned with Deir el-Medîna.

[P] Helck, W., Materialien zur Wirtschaftsgeschichte des Neuen Reiches, Wiesbaden.

Teil I, 1961 = Ak.d.Wiss.u.d.Lit. Abh.d. Geistes-u.sozialwiss.Kl. J. 1960, no 10

Teil II, 1961 = Ak.d.Wiss.u.d.Lit. Abh.d. Geistes-u.sozialwiss.Kl. J. 1966, no 11

Teil III, 1963 = Ak.d.Wiss.u.d.Lit. Abh.d. Geistes-u.sozialwiss.Kl. J. 1963, no 2

Teil IV, 1963 = Ak.d.Wiss.u.d.Lit. Abh.d. Geistes-u.sozialwiss.Kl. J. 1963, no 3

Teil V, 1965 = Ak.d.Wiss.u.d.Lit. Abh.d. Geistes-u.sozialwiss.Kl. J. 1964, no 4

Teil VI, 1969 = Ak.d.Wiss.u.d.Lit. Abh.d. Geistes-u.sozialwiss.Kl. J. 1969, no 4

[Teil VII] (I. Hofmann, Indices), 1970

= Ak.d.Wiss.u.d.Lit. Abh.d. Geistes-u.sozialwiss.Kl. J. 1969, no 13.

[P] Helck, W., Wirtschaftsgeschichte des Alten Ägypten im 3. und 2. Jahrtausend vor Chr., Leiden/Köln, 1975 (= Handbuch der Orientalistik; Erste Abteilung: Der Nahe und der Mittlere Osten; Erster Band: Ägyptologie, Abschnitt 5).

See Kap. 46: Die Preisangaben (pp. 270-281).

[P] Janssen, J.J., Commodity Prices from the Ramessid Period. An Economic Study of the Village of Necropolis Workmen at Thebes, Leiden, 1975.

[P] Janssen, J.J., The Economic System of a Single Village, Royal Anthropological Institute News (RAIN), London, No. 15 (August 1976), pp. 17-19.

[P] Janssen, J.J., A Twentieth-Dynasty Account Papyrus (Pap. Turin No. Cat.1907/8), The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 52 (1966), pp. 81-94.

Publication of P. Turin 1907/8, perhaps from the neighbourhood of Deir el-Medîna or its administrative centre, the temple of Medînet Habu.

[P] Janssen, J.J., Two Ancient Egyptian Ship's Logs. Papyrus Leiden I 350 verso and Papyrus Turin 2008+2016, Leiden, 1961 = Oudheidkundige Mededelingen uit het Rijksmuseum van Oudheden te Leiden 42, 1961.

Although the papyri are not actually related to Deir el-Medîna, the economic documents of Deir el-Medîna are amply used.

[P] Janssen, J.J., The Role of the Temple in the Egyptian Economy During the New Kingdom, in: E. Lipinski ed., State and Temple Economy in the Ancient Near East. Proceedings of the International Conference organized by the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven from the 10th to the 14th of April 1978. (Orientalia Lovanensia Analecta 6), vol. II, Leuven, 1979, pp. 505-515.

Also discussing briefly the relation between the Theban funerary temples and the workmen's community.

[P] Janssen, J.J., De Markt op de oever. Rede uitgesproken bij de aanvaarding van het ambt van gewoon hoogleraar in de Egyptologie aan de Rijksuniversiteit te Leiden, Leiden, 1980.

"The market on the river bank".

[P] Janssen, J.J., Gift-giving in Ancient Egypt as an Economic Feature, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 68 (1982), pp. 253-258.

Sources taken from Deir el-Medîna documents.

[P] Janssen, J.J., A Notable Lady, Wepwawet 2 (1986), pp. 30-31.

Short note on the eonomic role of the lady Hnw.t-tA.wy, as it appears from P. Geneva D 191 and the Turin Taxation Papyrus.

[P] Janssen, J.J., The Price of Papyrus, Discussions in Egyptology 9 (1987), pp. 33-35.

Reaction on Caminos, in: M.L. Bierbrier ed., Papyrus: Structure and Usage, London, 1986.

[P] Janssen, J.J., On Prices and Wages in Ancient Egypt, Altorientalische Forschungen 15 (1988), pp. 10-23.

[P] Janssen, J.J., Rations with Riddles, Göttinger Miszellen 124 (1991), pp. 91-97.

Concerning O. Gard. 262 and O. IFAO 1406, recording the distribution of grain for the Epagomenal Days.

[P] Janssen, J.J., bAkw: from work to product, Studien zur altägyptischen Kultur 20 (1993), pp. 81-94.

General discussion of the word bAkw and in particular of the expression r bAkw=f/=s in donkey loans. Also reacting on N: Eichler, SAK 17 (1990) and 18 (1991).

[P] Janssen, J.J., The Cost of Nile Transport, Bulletin de la Société d'Égyptologie de Genève 18 (1994), pp. 41-47.

About the payment of personnel transporting grain; including texts from Deir el-Medîna.

[P] Janssen, J.J., Debts and Credit in the New Kingdom, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 80 (1994), pp. 129-136.

Discussion of the key-term nty m-di in Deir el-Medîna documents as an expression of generalized reciprocity ("open credit system").

[P] [O] [E] Katary, S.L.D., O. Strasbourg H 106: Ramesside Split Holdings and a Possible Link to Deir el-Medina, in: R.J. Demarée and A. Egberts ed., Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD (Egyptologische Uitgaven 14), Leiden 2000, pp. 171-208.

[P] Kemp, Barry J., Ancient Egypt. Anatomy of a Civilization, London, 1991.

Chapters 5 (pp. 183-231) and 6 (pp. 232-260) partly deal with Western Thebes in the New Kingdom.

[P] Krauss, R., Detailfragen der altägyptischen Getreidewirtschaft, in: J. Osing and G. Dreyer ed., Form und Mass. Beiträge zur Literatur, Sprache und Kunst des alten Ägypten. Festschrift für Gerhard Fecht zum 65. Geburtstag am 6. Februar 1987 (Ägypten und Altes Testament 12), Wiesbaden, 1987, pp. 266-273.

The first part of this study deals with barley loans in Deir el-Medîna.

[P] Lurje, I.M., O srokakh vidachi zernobogo pajka remeslennikam Fibanskogo nekropolya vo vremena Nobogo Tsarstva, in: Drenij Mir. Sbornik statej V.V. Struve, Moscow, 1962, pp. 139-143.

"À propos des délais de distribution des rations de grain aux artisans de la nécropole thébaine, à l'époque du Nouvel Empire". Not seen. Compare Annual Egyptological Bibliography 62390.

[P] Lurje, I.M., Yuridicheskie dokumenty posotsialno-ekonomicheckoj istorii Egipta v period Nobogo Tsarstva, Vestnik Drevnej Istorii 1 (39), 1952, pp. 207-280.

"Documents on the social-economic history of Egypt during the New Kingdom".
Many Deir el-Medîna documents.

[P] McDowell, A.G., Agricultural Activity by the Workmen of Deir el-Medîna, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 78 (1992), pp. 195-206.

Evidence for the workmen as holders of land and cattle, and for the cultivation and storage of agricultural products.

[P] Menu, B., Les circuits de distribution des marchandises aux artisans de Deir el-Medineh pendant la période ramesside, in: id., Recherches sur l'histoire juridique, économique et sociale de l'ancien Égypte, Versailles, 1982, pp. 168-175.

Discussion of Janssen, Commodity Prices (see above), formerly published in Chronique d'Égypte LIV, No. 108 (1979), pp. 255-260.

[P] Menu, B., Deir el-Medina au crible de l'économie politique, in: R.J. Demarée and A. Egberts ed., Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD (Egyptologische Uitgaven 14), Leiden 2000, pp. 251-257.

[P] Menu, B., Le louage des ânes à Deir el-Médineh, Revue d'Égyptologie 39 (1988), pp. 211-213.

Reaction on Neveu, RdÉ 37 (1986) (see below).

[P] Miller, R.L., Ds-vessels, beer mugs, cirrhosis and casting slag, Göttinger Miszellen 115 (1990), pp. 63-82.

On the nutritional significance of the beer rations for the Deir el-Medîna workmen, and the vases containing the beer.

[P] Miller, R.L., Hogs and Hygiene, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 76 (1990), pp. 125-140.

On the significance of pigs in the subsistance economy of Deir el-Medîna and Amarna.

[P] Miller, R.L., Counting Calories in Egyptian Ration Texts, Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient 34 (1991), pp. 257-269.

Including remarks on the rations of the necropolis workmen (pp. 262-263).

[P] Neveu, F., Le tarif de location des ânes à Deir el-Médineh, Revue d'Égyptologie 37 (1986), pp. 151-155.

The evidence of O. DeM 1068 on this problem is compared to the material already collected by Helck and Menu. Cf. above: Menu, RdE 39 (1988).

[P] Saffirio, L., Razioni e salari in natura nell'antico Egitto. Considerazioni dietetiche e socio-economiche, Aegyptus. Rivista Italiana di Egittologia e di Papirologia 57 (1977), pp. 14-78.

Doc. 15 related to Deir el-Medîna (pp. 38-60).

[P] Spalinger, Anthony, Medinet Habu and Deir el-Medina Combined, in: R.J. Demarée and A. Egberts ed., Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD (Egyptologische Uitgaven 14), Leiden 2000, pp. 303-324.

[P] Spalinger, A., Suggestive Calculations, Göttinger Miszellen 124 (1991), pp. 99-111.

Reaction to Janssen, GM 124 (1991) (see above).

[P] Wilke, Thomas, Ancient Egypt: An Economist's View, Göttinger Miszellen 178 (2000), pp. 81-96.

Based on evidence from a.o. Deir el-Medina.

See also A: Gutgesell, Arbeiter und Pharaonen, 1989

B: McDowell, Village Life, 1999

E: Millet, in: Gold of Praise, 1999

F: Helck, CdE 59 (1984)

I: Tallet, in: Deir el-Médineh et la Vallée des Rois, 2003

N: Allam, in: Les problèmes institutionnels de l'eau ..., 1994; Eyre, Employment and Labor Relations, 1980; Eyre, in: Labor in the Ancient Near East, 1987

L: Sweeney, JEA 80 (1994)

N: Janssen, Frood, Goecke-Bauer, Woodcutters, Potters and Doorkeepers, 2003; Toivari, in: Seventh International Congress, 1998; Hofmann, in: Living and Writing in Deir el-Medine, 2006

S: Janssen, OMRO 58 (1977) ; Gutgesell, Die Datierung der Ostraka und Papyri, 1983; S: Eyre, BiOr 44 (1987)

V: Pruvodce vystavou Deir el-Medina, 1950-1951

Y: Janssen, in: Village Varia, 1997

Q: RELIGION AND CULT

 

[Q] Borghouts, J.F., Divine Intervention in Ancient Egypt and its Manifestation (bAw), in: R.J. Demarée and J.J. Janssen ed.: Gleanings from Deir el-Medîna (Egyptologische Uitgaven 1), Leiden, 1982, pp. 1-70.

[Q] Borghouts, J.F., Magical Practices among the Villagers, in: L.H. Lesko ed., Pharaoh's Workers. The villagers of Deir el-Medina, Ithaca and London, 1994, pp. 119-130.

[Q] Černý , J., Le culte d'Amenophis Ier chez les ouvriers de la nécropole thébaine, Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 27 (1927), pp. 159-203.

[Q] Donker van Heel, K., Use and Meaning of the Egyptian Term wAH-mw, in: R.J. Demarée and A. Egberts ed., Village Voices. Proceedings of the symposium 'Texts from Deir el-Medîna and their interpretation', Leiden, May 31 - June 1, 1991 (CNWS Publications 13), Leiden, 1992, pp. 19-30.

Discussion of references in Ramesside texts from Western Thebes to the religious ceremony wAH-mw and its performers.

[Q] Erman, A., Gebete eines ungerecht Verfolgten und andere Ostraka aus den Königsgräbern, Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde 38 (1900).

See also Erman, A., Über zwölf Ostraka aus den Königsgräbern zu Theben, Sitzungsber. Berliner Ak.d.Wiss., 1899, p. 611. I.a. four prayers to gods belonging to the sphere of the "personal" piety of Deir el-Medîna.

[Q] Es, M.H. van, Egyptische vroomheid. Enkele beschouwingen over en naar aanleiding van een gebed uit de Ramessidentijd, in: Loven en Geloven. Opstellen aangeboden aan N.H. Ridderbos, Amsterdam, 1975, pp. 227-244.

Translation of the hymn of Nebra to Amon from Deir el-Medîna.

[Q] Friedman, F.D., Aspects of Domestic Life and Religion, in: L.H. Lesko ed., Pharaoh's Workers. The villagers of Deir el Medina, Ithaca and London, 1994, pp. 95-117.

[Q] Fuscaldo, P., Las divinidades asiáticas en Egipto. Reshep y Qadesh en Deir el-Medîna, Revista del Instituto de Historia Antiqua Oriental, Buenos Aires 1 (1972), pp. 115-136.

The appreciation for Reshef and Qudshu in Deir el-Medîna is to be ascribed to a Syrian colony there.

[Q] Gitton, M., L'épouse du dieu Ahmes Néfertary. Documents sur sa vie et son culte posthume (Annales littéraires de l’Université de Besancon, Centre de Recherches d’Histoire Ancienne 15), Paris, 1975.

Deals throughout with monuments and documents from Deir el-Medîna on the cult of Ahmose Nefertari and Amenhotep I.

[Q] Guglielmi, W., Zur Bedeutung von Symbolen der Persönlichen Frömmigkeit: die verschiedenfarbigen Ohren und das Ka-Zeichen, Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde 118 (1991), pp. 116-127.

Including stelae from Deir el-Medîna.

[Q] [W] Gunn, B., The Religion of the Poor in Ancient Egypt, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 3 (1916), pp. 81-94.

Translation of several Deir el-Medîna stelae, attesting the religion of the "poor".

[Q] [S] Heerma van Voss, M., Eine in Deir el-Medina gestaltete Vignette und ihre Entwicklung, in: R.J. Demarée and A. Egberts ed., Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD (Egyptologische Uitgaven 14), Leiden 2000, pp. 159-162.

[Q] Helck, W., Zur Chronologie Amenophis' I., in: Festschrift für S. Schott, Wiesbaden, 1968, pp. 71-62.

Ostraca and papyri mention the dates of anniversaries of king Amenophis I.

[Q] Hollender, G., Amenophis I. und Ahmes Nefertari. Untersuchungen zur Entwicklung ihres posthumen Kultes anhand der Privatgräber der thebanischen Nekropole (Deutsches Archäologisches Institut Abteilung Kairo. Sonderschrift 23), Berlin - New York, 2009.

[Q] Hulin, L.C., The Worshippers of Asiatic Gods in Egypt, in: S. Groll ed., Papers for Discussion presented by the Department of Egyptology, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem I, Jerusalem, 1982, pp. 270-277.

Concerning, a.o., the veneration of Asiatic Gods in Deir el-Medîna.

[Q] Jauhiainen, H. “Do Not Celebrate your Feast without your Neighbours”. A Study of References to Feasts and Festivals in Non-Literary Documents from Ramesside Period Deir el-Medina (Publications of the Institute for Asian and African Studies 10), Helsinki, 2009.

[Q] Jauhiainen, H., Religious Buildings at Deir el-Medina, in: R. Preys ed., 7. Ägyptologische Tempeltagung: Structuring Religion. Leuven, 28. September - 1. Oktober 2005 (Königtum, Staat und Gesellschaft früher Hochkulturen 3,2), Wiesbaden, 2009, pp. 151-161.

(Dissertation printed in limited edition; also online; URL: https://oa.doria.fi/handle/10024/46975.)

[Q] Karl, D., Funktion und Bedeutung einer weisen Frau im alten Ägypten, Studien zur altägyptischen Kultur 28 (2000), pp. 131-160.

Study of all documents from Deir el-Medina concerning the position and the activities of the so-called 'wise woman'.

[Q] Keller, C., Some Thoughts on Religious Change at Deir el-Medina, in: S.H. D'Auria ed., Servant of Mut. Studies in Honor of Richard A. Fazzini (Probleme der Ägyptologie 28), Leiden - Boston, 2008, pp. 149-154.

[Q] Kolta, K.S., Die Schlangengöttin Meresger als Nothelferin und Beschützerin der Handwerker von Deir el-Medineh, in: D. Kessler, R. Schulz, M. Ullmann, A. Verbovsek and S. Wimmer ed., Texte - Theben - Tonfragmente. Festschrift für Günter Burkard (Ägypten und Altes Testament 76), Wiesbaden, 2009, pp. 281-288.

[Q] Noberasco, G., Gli dei a Deir el Medina, Oriens Antiquus 20 (1981), pp. 259-275 & pls. 7-9.

Comparison of deities and their epithets on Deir el-Medîna stelae.

[Q] [V] Pamminger, P., Magistrale Intervention: der Beamte als Mittler, Studien zur altägyptischen Kultur 23 (1996), 281-304.

Many of the monuments discussed are from Deir el-Medîna. See also V: Pamminger, in: Wege öffnen, 1996.

[Q] Posener, G., Amon juge du pauvre, in: Beiträge zur Ägyptischen Bauforschung und Altertumskunde. Heft 12 (Aufsätze H. Ricke), Wiesbaden, 1971, pp. 59-63.

Several ostraca attest personal piety in Deir el-Medîna.

[Q] [U] Refai, Hosam, Die Göttin des Westens in den thebanischen Gräbern des Neuen Reiches. Darstellung, Bedeutung und Funktion, Berlin, Achet Verlag N. Dürring, 1996 (Abhandlungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts Kairo. Ägyptologische Reihe 12).

[Q] [F] Roccati, A., Un nuovo rotolo magico diviso tra le raccolte di Ginevra e Torino, Bulletin de la Société d'Égyptologie de Genève 7 (1982), pp. 91-94.

On P. Geneva 15274 and parallels from Turin.

[Q] [E] Sadek, A.I., Glimpses of Popular Religion in New Kingdom Egypt. I. Mourning for Amenophis I at Deir el-Medina, Göttinger Miszellen 36 (1979), pp. 51-56.

O. Gardiner 31 = Černý , Gardiner, Hieratic Ostraca 8,5: festival of mourning for Amenophis I.

[Q] Sadek, A.I., Popular Religion in Egypt during the New Kingdom (Hildesheimer ägyptologische Beiträge 27), Hildesheim, 1987.

Most of the sources discussed come from Deir el-Medîna; special attention is devoted to the temples andz chapels of the village in chapter V (pp. 59-84).

[Q] Sadek, A.I., Les fêtes personelles au Nouvel Empire, in: S. Schoske ed., Akten des Vierten Internationalen Ägyptologenkongresses, München 1985, Band 3 - Linguistik-Philologie-Religion (Studien zur Altägyptischen Kultur. Beihefte 3), Hamburg, 1989, pp. 353-368.

Based on Deir el-Medîna documents.

[Q] [N] Sweeney, D., Cats and their People at Deir el-Medina, in: D. Magee, J. Bourriau and S. Quirke ed., Sitting Beside Lepsius. Studies in Honour of Jaromir Malek at the Griffith Institute (Oriantalia Lovaniensia Analecta 185), Leuven etc., 2009, pp. 531-560.

 

Deals with religious and social attitudes towards cats; with depictions of tomb scenes, stelae and ostraca.

 

[Q] Toye, N., Amon-de-la-bonne-rencontre, Göttinger Miszellen 211 (2006), pp. 89-110.

 

On the name and cult of Imn (n) THn nfr or Imn nb THn nfr, with a catalogue of documents.

[Q] Uchida, Sugihiko, A Consideration on the Reciprocal Relation between the Living and the Dead in Ancient Egypt - Akh and Akh iker en Re, Bulletin of the Society for Near Eastern Studies in Japan 33.1 (1990), pp. 124-137.

(Japanese).

[Q] Ventura, R., Snefru in Sinai and Amenophis I at Deir el-Medina, in: S. Israelit-Groll ed., Pharaonic Egypt. The Bible and Christianity, Jerusalem, 1985, pp. 278-288.

[Q] [S] [W] Vernus, P., La grotte de la Vallée des Reines dans la piété personelle des ouvriers de la Tombe (BM 278), in: R.J. Demarée and A. Egberts ed., Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD (Egyptologische Uitgaven 14), Leiden 2000, pp. 331-336.

[Q] Vernus, P., La piété personelle à Deir el-Médineh. La construction de l’idée de pardon, in: G. Andreu ed., Deir el-Médineh et la Vallée des Rois. La vie en Égypte au temps des pharaons du Nouvel Empire. Actes du colloque organisé par le musée du Louvre les 3 et 4 mai 2002, Paris, 2003, pp. 309-347.

[Q] Walsem, R. van, The God Monthu and Deir el-Medîna, in: R.J. Demarée and J.J. Janssen ed., Gleanings from Deir el-Medîna (Egyptologische Uitgaven 1), Leiden, 1982, pp. 193-214.

[Q] Walsem, R. van, Month-Names and Feasts at Deir el-Medîna, in: R.J. Demarée and J.J. Janssen ed., Gleanings from Deir el-Medîna (Egyptologische Uitgaven 1), Leiden, 1982, pp. 215-244.

[Q] Wikgren, H., The Festival Calendar at Deir el-Medina, in: K. Piquette and S. Love ed., Current Research in Egyptology 2003. Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Symposium which took place at the Institute of Archaeology, University College London 18-19 January 2003, Oxford 2005, pp. 179-200. See also above: Jauhiainen, Do Not Celebrate your Feast.

[Q] Williams, R.J., Piety and Ethics in the Ramessid Age, The Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities. Journal 8 (1977-1978), pp. 131-136.

Some citations from personal piety at Deir el-Medîna.

[Q] Yoyotte, J., À propos de quelques idées reçues: Méresger, la Butte et les cobras, in: G. Andreu ed., Deir el-Médineh et la Vallée des Rois. La vie en Égypte au temps des pharaons du Nouvel Empire. Actes du colloque organisé par le musée du Louvre les 3 et 4 mai 2002, Paris, 2003, pp. 281-307.

See also A: Andreu, Les artistes de Pharaon, 2002

B: McDowell, Village Life, 1999

E: Allam, in: Bulletin du Centenaire, 1981; Borghouts, RdE 33 (1981); Gasse, BIFAO 86 (1986); Helck, SAK 18 (1991); Letellier, in: Livre du Centenaire, 1980; Rittner, JARCE 27 (1990); Cooney and McClain, Journal of Ancient Near Eastern Religions 5 (2005)

F: Koenig, RdE 33 (1981); Koenig, BIFAO 82 (1982); F: Koenig, BIFAO 99 (1999); Posener, in: Studies in Egyptian Religion, 1982

H: Kruchten, in: Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD, 2000

J: Green, Studies Fairman, 1979; Moore, JARCE 33 (1996)

L: Sweeney, JEA 80 (1994)

O: Allam, Das Altertum 25 (1979)

T: Bomann, The Private Chapel, 1991; Meskell, American Journal of Archaeology 103/2 (1999); Weiss, JEA 95 (2009)

U: Ibrahim Zaki, in: Proceedings of the Ninth International Congress, 2007

V: Vandier d'Abbadie, RdE 5 (1946); Keith-Bennet, BES 3 (1981); Friedman, JEA 71 (1985); Pinch, Orientalia 52 (1983); Le Saout, BSEG 9-10 (1984-1985); Pamminger, in: Wege öffnen, 1996; Bochi, in: Millions of Jubilees, 2010; Lewis Keith, Anthropoid Busts, 2011

W: Blumenthal, Kuhgöttin und Gottkönig, 2001; Bosse-Griffiths, in: Studien Westendorf, 1984; Bruyère, Mert Seger à Deir el-Médineh, 1930; Demarée, The Ax iqr n ra Stelae, 1983; Demarée, BiOr 43 (1986); Exell, Soldiers, Sailors and Sandalmakers, 2009; Galán, CdÉ 74 (1999); Kessler, in: Festschrift für Günter Burkard, 2009; Kruchten, in: Studies Lichtheim, 1990; Noberasco, Analisi statistica..., 1977; Radwan, in: Studien Westendorf, 1984; Toye, JEA 95 (2009)

R: STRIKES

 

[R] Edgerton, W.F., The Strikes in Ramses III's Twenty-Ninth Year, Journal of Near Eastern Studies 10 (1951), pp. 137-145.

[R] Frandsen, P.J., "Vi sulter!", in: Mellem Nilen og Tigris (Fs. Carsten Niebuhr Institut), Kopenhagen, 1984, pp. 41-51 & map.

About strikes in Deir el-Medîna.

[R] [F] Frandsen, P.J., Editing Reality: The Turin Strike Papyrus, in: S. Israelit-Groll ed., Studies in Egyptology Presented to Miriam Lichtheim I, Jerusalem, 1990, pp. 166-199.

New translation and commentary of P. Tur. 1880 rt., and a discussion on the character of this document as a whole.

[R] [E] Janssen, J.J., Background Information on the Strikes of Year 29 of Ramesses III, Oriens Antiquus 18 (1979), pp. 301-308.

O. Turin 57052 relates to the supply of food rations and the deficiences.

[R] Janssen, J.J., The Year of the Strikes, Bulletin de la Société d'Égyptologie de Genève 16 (1992), pp. 41-49.

Comprehensive account of texts containing information on how the strikes of year 29 of Ramesses III influenced life in Deir el-Medîna.

[R] Lurje, I.M., Zabastovka remeslennikov Fibanskogo nekropolya vo vremena Ramesses III, Vestnik Drevnej Istorii 1 (35), 1951, pp. 221-232.

"La grève des artisans de la nécropole thébaine au temps de Ramsès III", Not seen. Compare Annual Egyptological Bibliography 1951, no. 1924.

[R] Lurje, I.M., Dbevnik Fibanskogo nekropolya ot 29 g. Ramsesa III, Vestnik Drevnej Istorii 4 (34), 1950, pp. 81-88.

"A Journal from the Theban Necropolis in the 29th Year of Ramesses III". Not seen.

[R] Trello Espada, J., Revuelta en Pa Demi; Concideraciones acerca de la huelga obrera del ano 29 de Ramses III, Boletín de la Asociación Espanola de Egiptología 11 (2001), pp. 63-93.

An account of the strikes in year 29 of Ramesses III.

[R] Zába, Z., La date de la première entrée du recto du papyrus de Turin No. 1880, Archiv Orientálni 20 (1952), pp. 642-645.

See also A: Brunner-Traut, Die Alten Ägypter, 1974; Sauneron, Archéologia 38 (1971)

B: McDowell, Village Life, 1999

E: Eyre, in: Glimpses of Ancient Egypt, 1979

F: Gardiner, Ramesside Administrative Documents, 1948

J: Frandsen, JEA 75 (1983); Janssen, in: Hermes Aegyptiacus, 1995

M: Vernus, Affaires et Scandales ..., 1993

V: Pruvodce vystavou Deir el-Medina, 1950-1951

S: PERSONS, PROSOPOGRAPHY, GENEALOGY

[S] [E] Barwik, M., Ahmose - a mayor of Thebes of the early Tuthmoside period, Göttinger Miszellen 216 (2008), pp. 13-16.

[S] [W] Bierbrier, M.L., A Deir el-Medina Jigsaw, in: S. Israelit-Groll ed., Studies in Egyptology Presented to Miriam Lichtheim I, Jerusalem, 1990, pp. 63-70.

Collective evidence for the family of the workman qAHA, son of the chief craftsman Hwy (reign of Ramesses II).

[S] Bierbrier, M.L., Genealogy and Chronology: Theory and Practice, in: R.J. Demarée and A. Egberts ed., Village Voices. Proceedings of the symposium 'Texts from Deir el-Medîna and their interpretation', Leiden, May 31 - June 1, 1991 (CNWS Publications 13), pp. 1-7.

[S] Bierbrier, M.L., The Late New Kingdom in Egypt (c. 1300-664 B.C.). A Genealogical and Chronological Investigation, Warminster, 1975 = Liverpool Monographs in Archaeology and Oriental Studies.

Ch. 2 deals with the genealogy and chronology of some families from Deir el-Medîna.

[S] Bierbrier, M.L., Notes on Deir el-Medina. II. The Career of Paneb, The Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities. Journal 8 (1977-1978), pp. 138-140.

[S] [W] Bierbrier, M.L., Paneb Rehabilitated?, in: R.J. Demarée and A. Egberts ed., Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD (Egyptologische Uitgaven 14), Leiden 2000, pp. 51-54.

Publication of a libation basin of Paneb only known from a 19th century drawing.

[S] Bierbrier, M.L., H. de Meulenaere and J. Quaegebeur, Notes de prosopographie thébaine. Deuxième série, Chronique d'Égypte LVII-114 (1982), pp. 201-230.

Note 8 (family of Amememone), pp. 201-209, concerns Deir el-Medîna.

[S] Bierbrier, M.L., H. de Meulenaere, S. Snape and J.H. Tylor, Notes de prosopographie thébaine. Troisième série, Chronique d'Égypte LIX-118 (1984), pp. 199-241.

Notes 14-16 (pp. 199-222) concern Deir el-Medîna.

[S] Bogoslovsky, E.S., Hundred Egyptian Draughtsmen, Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde 107 (1980), pp. 89-116.

See also below: Keller, JARCE 21 (1984).

[S] Bogoslovsky, E.S., Drevne-egipetskiye mastera. Po materialam iz Der el'-Medina, Moscow, 1983.

"Ancient Egyptian Master Craftsmen, according to Material from Deir el-Medîna" (Annual Egyptological Bibliography no. 83.1161).

[S] [U] Černý , J., avec collaboration de B. Bruyère et de J.J. Clère, Repertoire onomastique de Deir el-Médineh, Le Caire, 1949 = Documents de fouilles, 12.

[S] [G] Christophe, L.A., Sur le graffito 1247 de la nécropole thébaine, Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 56 (1957), pp. 173-188.

Graffito of Pentwere son of Amennakhte (great scribe of the tomb), and the genealogy of his family.

[S] [Y] Davies, B.G., Two many Butehamuns? Additional observations on their identity, Studien zur altägyptischen Kultur 27 (1997), pp. 49-68.

Critical study on the proposals by Niwinski, SAK 11 (1984); see below.

[S] Davies, B.G., Who's who at Deir el-Medina. A prosopographic Study of the Royal Workmen's Community (Egyptologische Uitgaven 13), Leiden 1999.

[S] [P] Eyre, C.J., The Use of Data from Deir el-Medîna, Bibliotheca Orientalis 44.1/2 (1987), cols. 21-32.

Review article of Gutgesell, Die Datierung ...,1983 (see below).

[S] [P] Gutgesell, M., Die Datierung der Ostraka und Papyri aus Deir el-Medineh und ihre ökonomische Interpretation. Teil I: Die 20. Dynastie.

Bd. I (Hildesheimer ägyptologische Beiträge 18), Hildesheim, 1983

Bd. II (Hildesheimer ägyptologische Beiträge 19), Hildesheim, 1983.

First part concerned with datings, and hence, most of all with prosopography; second part dating of texts which up to now have not been dated, and an economic analysis of the whole text corpus.

[S] Gutgesell, M., Die Datierung der Ostraka und Papyri aus Deir el-Medineh. Teil II: Die Ostraka der 19. Dynastie (Hildesheimer ägyptologische Beiträge 44), Hildesheim, 2002.

[S] Haring, B., How Mr Anytime has gone unnoticed – every time, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 92 (2006), pp. 261-263.

[S] Henige, D., Generation-counting and New Kingdom Chronology, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 68 (1982), pp. 182-184.

Criticism on Bierbrier, Late New Kingdom ..., 1975 (see above), also concerning genealogical evidence from Deir el-Medîna.

[S] [N] [P] Janssen, J.J., Kha'emtore, A Well-to-Do Workman, Oudheidkundige Mededelingen uit het Rijksmuseum van Oudheden te Leiden 58 (1977), pp. 221-232.

[S] Janssen, J.J., Two Personalities, in: R.J. Demarée and J.J. Janssen ed., Gleanings from Deir el-Medîna (Egyptologische Uitgaven 1), Leiden, 1982, pp. 109-131.

About Hsy-sw-nb=f and mry-sxm.t called pAy-ir.y, son of mnnA.

[S] Janssen, J.J., A Draughtsman who became Scribe of the Tomb: Horshire, Son of Amennakhte, in: R.J. Demarée and J.J. Janssen ed., Gleanings from Deir el-Medîna (Egyptologische Uitgaven 1), Leiden, 1982, pp. 149-153.

[S] Keller, C.A., The Draughtsmen of Deir el-Medina: A Preliminary Report, Newsletter ARCE No. 115 (1981), pp. 7-21.

On the style of individual draughtsmen as can be recognized in paintings in the royal tombs as well as on figured ostraca.

[S] Keller, C.A., How Many Draughtsmen named Amenhotep? A Study of Some Deir el-Medina Painters, Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt 21 (1984), pp. 119-129.

Reacts on Bogoslovsky, ZÄS 107 (1980) (see above).

[S] [W] Letellier, B., Autour de la stèle de Qadech: une famille de Deir el-Médineh, Revue d'Égyptologie 27 (1975), pp. 150-163.

Stela Louvre C 86 = N 237.. Family of Huy son of Seba over six generations. Compare W: Boreux, La stèle C. 86, 1939.

[S] [V] [W] Mahmoud, Adel, Ii-neferti, a Poor Woman, Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts Abteilung Kairo 55 (1999), pp. 315-323 with pls. 50-53.

Study of documents concerning Ii-neferti the wife of Sennedjem from TT 1.

[S] Niwinski, A., Butehamon - Schreiber der Nekropolis, Studien zur altägyptischen Kultur 11 (1984), pp. 135-156.

Based on coffins, letters, graffiti. Cf. above: Davies, SAK 27 (1997), and Y: Egberts, GM 160 (1997).

[S] [G] Niwinski, A., The Necropolis Scribes Butehamun in Light of Some New Material, in: N. Kloth, K. Martin and E. Pardey ed., Es werde niedergelegt als Schriftstück. Festschrift für Hartwig Altenmüller zum 65. Geburtstag (Studien zur Altägyptischen Kultur Beihefte 9), Hamburg, 2003, pp. 295-303.

Different scribes called Butehamun are distinguished on the basis of grafitti from Deir el-Bahari.

[S] Schlögl, H., Ein Beitrag zu den Anfängen der Arbeitersiedlung von Deir el-Medineh, in: H. Györy ed., Mélanges offerts à Edith Varga „le lotus qui sort de terre“ (Bulletin du Musée Hongrois des Beaux-Arts. Supplément), Budapest, 2001, pp. 431-442.

Discussion based on stela Turin N 50004 and shabti of the draughtsman 6nr, father of the necropolis draughtsman Amenemope.

[S] Simpson, W.K., Allusions to The Shipwrecked Sailor and The Eloquent Peasant in a Ramesside Text, JAOS 58 (1958), pp. 50-51.

O. Or.Inst.Chicago 12074 = Černý , Gardiner, Hieratic Ostraca 78-79: Literary text, by draughtsman Menna to his son and assistant Peroy.

[S] Tosi, M., Una stirpe di pittori a Tebe, Torino, 1972 = Quaderno del Museo Egizio di Torino, 7.

[S] Tosi, M., M.T. Nicola and M.L. Bierbrier, Deir el Medina, la carriera del capo operaio Paneb. Un riesame, Ricerche di Egittologia e di Antichità Copte 5 (2003), pp. 91-98.

See also A: Andreu, Les artistes de Pharaon, 2002

B: McDowell, Village Life, 1999

C: Van den Berg and Donker van Heel, in: Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD, 2000; McDowell, in: Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD, 2000; Nordh, Aspects ..., 1996; Pestman, in: Gleanings from Deir el-Medîna, 1982

E: Davies and Toivari, in: Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD, 2000; Demarée, in: Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD, 2000; Fischer-Elfert, GM 176 (2000); Grandet, in: Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD, 2000; Haring, GM 178 (2000); Dorn, in: Living and Writing in Deir el-Medine, 2006

F: Koenig, BIFAO 99 (1999); Luft, in: Studia Aegyptiaca III, 1977; Milde, The Vignettes in the Book of the Dead of Neferrenpet, 1991

G: Fábián, Revue Roumaine d'Égyptologie 1 (1997); Kikuchi, GM 160 (1997); Peden, GM 175 (2000); Sadek, VA 6 (1990)

I: Tallet, BIFAO 99 (1999)

J: Moore, JARCE 33 (1996)

M: Vernus, Affaires et Scandales ..., 1993

N: Engelmann, Hallof, ZÄS 122 (1995); Janssen, Frood, Goecke-Bauer, Woodcutters, Potters and Doorkeepers, 2003; Ward, in: Pharaoh's Workers, 1994

O: Haring, in: Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD, 2000

Q: Heerma van Voss, in: Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD, 2000; Vernus, in: Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD, Leiden 2000

U: Andreu, BIFAO 85 (1985); Keller, in: Colour and Painting, 2001

V: Guarnori, Chappaz, CdE 58 (1983); Hoffmeier, JEA 74 (1988); Málek, RdE 31 (1979); Málek, JEA 76 (1990); Raisman, in: Studies Smith, 1999; El-Sabbahy, DE 43 (1999); Taylor, Unwrapping a Mummy, 1995; Van Walsem, in: Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD, 2000

W: Bierbrier, Studies in Ancient Art and Civilization 2 (1992); van den Broek, JEOL 41 (2008-2009); Eid, ASAE 70 (1984-1985); Hüttner, GM 178 (2000); Janssen, JEA 49 (1963)

Y: Collier, Dating Late XIXth Dynasty Ostraca, 2004; Egberts, GM 160 (1997); Janssen, Village Varia, 1997; Taylor, in: Seventh International Congress, 1998

T: ARCHAEOLOGICAL REPORTS AND NOTES

 

[T] Alliot, M., Fouilles de Deir el-Médineh 1930-1931. Un puits funéraire à Qournet-Mora'i. 21 février-7 mars 1931, Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 32 (1932), pp. 65-81.

Included on account of the title; not strictly concerned with Deir el-Medîna.

[T] Anthes, R., Die deutschen Grabungen auf der Westseite von Theben in den Jahren 1911 und 1913, Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Abteilung Kairo 12 (1943), pp. 1-72.

Pp. 50-72: Möller's excavations at Deir el-Medîna in 1913. Three child burials, houses of the village, tombs in the west cemetery.

[T] Aston, D., Theban Potmarks - Nothing Other than Funny Signs? Potmarks from Deir el-Medineh and the Valley of the Kings, in: B.J.J. Haring and O.E. Kaper ed., with the assistance of C.H. van Zoest, Pictograms or Pseudo Script? Non-textual identity marks in practical use in Ancient Egypt and elsewhere. Proceedings of a Conference in Leiden, 19-20 December 2006 (Egyptologische Uitgaven 25), Leiden, 2009, pp. 49-65.

[T] Baraize, E., Compte rendu des travaux exécutés à Deir el-Médineh, Annales du Service des Antiquités de l'Égypte 13 (1914), pp. 19-42.

pp. 39-42: list of objects with Cairo JdE numbers found in the Hathor temple.

[T] Bialy, M. el, Égyptologie et mise en valeur des sites de Thèbes-Ouest, in: G. Andreu ed., Deir el-Médineh et la Vallée des Rois. La vie en Égypte au temps des pharaons du Nouvel Empire. Actes du colloque organisé par le musée du Louvre les 3 et 4 mai 2002, Paris, 2003, pp. 21-32.

[T] [Q] Bomann, A.H., The Private Chapel in Ancient Egypt. A Study of the Chapels in the Workmen's Village at El Amarna with Special Reference to Deir el Medina and other Sites, London, 1991.

[T] Bonnet, C. et D. Valbelle, Le village de Deir el-Médineh. Reprise de l'étude archéologique, Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 75 (1975), pp. 429-446.

Discussion of mainly the first period of occupation of the village.

[T] Bonnet, C. et D. Valbelle, Le village de Deir el-Médineh, Étude archéologique (suite), Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 76 (1976), pp. 317-342.

Sequel to the preceding number.

[T] Brooker, M.L., A new approach of identifing the function of the elevated beds at Deir el-Medina (M. Phil. thesis, University of Birmingham), Birmingham, 2009 [URL: http://etheses.bham.ac.uk/404/].

[T] Bruyère, B., Une antique cité artisanale égyptienne, de l'âge des Pharaons à l'époque chrétienne: Deir el Médineh, Orientalia Christiana Periodica, Roma 13 (1947) (= Miscellanea Guillaume de Jerphanion, I), pp. 415-424.

[T] Bruyère, B., Deir el Médineh année 1926. Sondage au temple funéraire de Thotmès II (Hat ankh shesept), Le Caire, 1952 = Fouilles de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale du Caire, 4,4.

[T] Bruyère, B., Fouilles de l'Institut français d'Archéologie orientale, Deir el-Médineh, Revue de l'Égypte ancienne 2 (1929), pp. 254-258.

[T] Bruyère, B., Les fouilles de l'Institut français à Deir el-Médineh de 1914 à 1940, Revue d'Égyptologie 5 (1946), pp. 11-24.

[T] Bruyère, B., New Details for Insertion in the Theban 1/1000 Scale Maps. I-Deir el-Madina, Annales du Service des Antiquités de l'Égypte 25 (1925), pp. 174-177.

[T] Bruyère, B., La nécropole de Deir el Medineh, Chronique d'Égypte XI, Nos 21-22 (1936), pp. 329-340.

[T] Bruyère, B., Fouilles de l'Institut français, Chronique d'Égypte XIV, Nos 27-28 (1939), pp. 268-276.

[T] Bruyère, B., Fouilles de l'Institut français, Chronique d'Égypte XVII, Nos 33-34 (1942), pp. 95-97.

[T] Bruyère, B., Deir el Médineh 1949, Chronique d'Égypte XXv, No. 49 (1950), pp. 45-48.

[T] Bruyère, B., Deir el Médineh – Fouilles de 1950, Chronique d'Égypte XXVI, No. 51 (1951), pp. 67-72.

[T] Bruyère, B., Deir el Médineh. - Mission française 1950-1951, Chronique d'Égypte XXVI, No. 53 (1952), pp. 111-112.

[T] Bruyère, B., Le grand puits de Deir el Médineh. 1949-1950, Bulletin de la Société Française d'Égyptologie No. 5 (Décembre 1950) pp. 169-186.

[T] Bruyère, B., Deir el Médineh. 1950-1951, Bulletin de la Société Française d'Égyptologie No. 9 (Février 1952), pp. 7-12.

[T] Bruyère, B., Rapport sur les fouilles de Deir el Médineh, Le Caire

(1922-1923) 1924 = Fouilles de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale du Caire 1,1

(1923-1924) 1925 2,2

(1924-1925) 1926 3.3

(1926) 1927 4,3

(1927) 1928 5,2

(1928) 1929 6,2

(1929) 1930 7,2

(1930) 1933 8,3

(1931-1932) 1934 10,1

(1933-1934), I 1937 14

(1934-1935), II 1937 15

(1934-1935), III 1939 16

(1935-1940), [I] 1948 20,1

(1935-1940), [II] 1952 20,2

(1935-1940), [III] 1952 20,3

(1945-1946

et 1946-1947) 1952 21

(1948 à 1951) 1953 26

[T] Castel, G., a.o., Deir el-Médineh 1970. Fouilles conduites par Georges Castel, rapport de Georges Castel et Dimitri Meeks (Fouilles de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale du Caire vol. 12), Cairo, 1980.

Fasc. 1: Gournet Mar'eï Nord;

Fasc. 2: Gournet Mar'eï Sud.

[T] [U] [V] Dodson, A., The Late Eighteenth Dynasty Necropolis at Deir el-Medina and the Earliest 'Yellow' Coffin of the New Kingdom, in: R.J. Demarée and A. Egberts ed., Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD (Egyptologische Uitgaven 14), Leiden 2000, pp. 89-100.

[T] Donadoni Roveri, A.M., Deir el-Médineh et le Museo Egizio de Turin, in: G. Andreu ed., Deir el-Médineh et la Vallée des Rois. La vie en Égypte au temps des pharaons du Nouvel Empire. Actes du colloque organisé par le musée du Louvre les 3 et 4 mai 2002, Paris, 2003, pp. 33-48.

[T] Dorn, A., Leben auf der Baustelle, Antike Welt 38/1 (2007), pp. 19-24.

 

General note on the excavations of the University of Basel in the Valley of the Kings.

[T] Driaux, D., Le Grand Puits de Deir al-Medîna et la question de l’eau: nouvelles perspectives, Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 111 (2011), pp. 129-141.

It is argued that, contrary to views expressed previously, the Grand Puits possibly functioned as a water well in antiquity.

[T] Foucart, G., Sur quelques représentations des tombes thébaines découvertes cette année par l'Institut français d'Archéologie orientale, Bulletin d l'Iinstitut Égyptien 5e série, 11 (1917), 1918, pp. 261-324.

Pp. 274-278: Deir el-Medîna.

[T] Gaber, H., L'orientation des défunts dans les "caveaux-sarcophages" à Deir al-Médîna, Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 104/1 (2004), pp. 215-228.

[T] Gauthier, H., (Rapport sommaire sur les fouilles de l'Institut français d'Archéologie orientale dans les nécropoles thébaines en 1917 et 1918), II - Deir el-Médineh, Annales du Service des Antiquités de l'Égypte 19 (1920), pp. 9-12.

[T] Janot, F., Inhumations d’enfants au Nouvel Empire, à Deir El-Medineh, Memnonia. Bulletin édité par l’Association pour la Sauvegarde du Ramesseum 14 (2003), pp. 173-180, pl. XXI.

On three child burials from Qurnet Murai west (dated to dyn. 18); comparison with child burials from the area north of the Ramesseum.

[T] [Y] Jansen-Winkeln, K., Zur Geschichte der "Cachette" von Deir el-Bahri, in: R.J. Demarée and A. Egberts ed., Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD (Egyptologische Uitgaven 14), Leiden 2000, pp. 163-170.

[T] Klemm, R. and D. Klemm, Der „Grand Puits“ in Theben-West, in: D. Kessler, R. Schulz, M. Ullmann, A. Verbovsek and S. Wimmer ed., Texte - Theben - Tonfragmente. Festschrift für Günter Burkard (Ägypten und Altes Testament 76), Wiesbaden, 2009, pp. 271-280.

On the possible function of the Grand Puits as a loam pit.

[T] [J] Koh, A.J., Locating the xtm n pA xr of the Workmen’s Village at Deir el-Medina, Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt 42 (2005-2006), pp. 95-101.

Attempt at locating the administrative outpost of the necropolis on the basis of textual evidence (mainly P. Turin Cat. 1923) and geographic information systems (GIS).

[T] Koltsida, A., Birth-bed, sitting place, erotic corner or domestic altar? A study of the so-called "elevated bed" in Deir el-Medina houses, Studien zur Altägyptischen Kultur 35 (2006), pp. 165-174.

[T] Kozloff, A.P., A Study of the Painters of the Tomb of Menna No. 69, in: W.F. Reineke ed., First International Congress of Egyptology. Acts (Schriften zur Geschichte und Kultur des alten Orients 14), Berlin, 1979, pp. 395-402.

The author assumes that this private tomb was constructed by the workmen of Deir el-Medîna and distinguishes two "sides" of the crew by their style.

[T] Lacovara, P., The New Kingdom Royal City, London and New York, 1997.

Chapter 4: Domestic Architecture: Workmen's Villages, and Chapter 5: Domestic Architecture: Private Houses, both also consider Deir el-Medina.

[T] Leblanc, Ch. and M. Fekri, La prospection archéologique des vallées latérales de tA st nfrw - bilan et perspectives, in: G.M. Zaccone and T.R. di Netro ed., Sesto Congresso Internazionale di Egittologia. Atti II, Turin, 1993, pp. 259-216.

[T] [Q] Meskell, L., Archaeologies of Life and Death, American Journal of Archaeology 103/2 (1999), pp. 181-199.

On the development of burial practices at Deir el-Medina during the 18th Dynasty and the Ramesside Period.

[T] [N] Meskell, L., Archaeologies of Social Life: Age, Sex, Class etc. in Ancient Egypt (Social Archaeology Series), Oxford 1999.

[T] [N] Meskell, L., An Archaeology of Social Relations in an Egyptian Village, Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 5 (1998), 209-243.

Discussion of social and gender-related aspects of the use of rooms in the workmen's dwellings at Deir el-Medina.

[T] [N] Meskell, L., Cycles of life and death: narrative homology and archaeological realities, in: R. Gilchrist ed., Human Lifecycles (World Archaeology 31/3), London 2000, pp. 423-441.

Stages of personal life as represented in Deir el-Medina documents compared with archaeological data from the village and tombs.

[T] [N] Meskell, L., Deir el Medina in Hyperreality: Seeking the People of Pharaonic Egypt, Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology 7 (1994), pp. 193-216.

Study of domestic and settlement architecture of Deir el-Medîna; comparison with textual data on social life.

[T] Meskell, L., Embodying Archaeology: Theory and Praxis, in: C. Jones and T. Wilfong ed., Materials for the Study of the Human Body in the Ancient Near East ...

Also on children's burials in the eastern necropolis at Deir el-Medina (pp. ...)

[T] [N] Meskell, L., Intimate archaeologies: the case of Kha and Merit, in: Y. Marshall ed., Intimate Relations (World Archaeology 29/3), London 1998, pp. 363-379.

On the relationship between husband and wife and their social status as evidenced by mortuary archaeology, with particular attention paid to TT 8 (Kha).

[T] Meskell, L., Spatial Analyses of the Deir el-Medina Settlement and Necropoleis, in: R.J. Demarée and A. Egberts ed., Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD (Egyptologische Uitgaven 14), Leiden 2000, pp. 259-275.

[T] Montserrat, D., Burial Practices at Third Century A.D. Deir el-Medina as Evidenced from a Roman Painted Shroud in the Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Leiden, in: R.J. Demarée and A. Egberts ed., Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD (Egyptologische Uitgaven 14), Leiden 2000, pp. 277-286.

[T] Montserrat, D., and L. Meskell, Mortuary Archaeology and Religious Landscape at Graeco-Roman Deir el-Medina, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 83 (1997), 179-198.

[T] Mostafa, D.M., Remarks on the Architectural Development in the Necropolis of Deir el-Medina, Memnoneia. Bulletin édité par l’Association pour la Sauvegarde du Ramesseum XI (2000), pp. 209-225, pls. LII-LIV.

 

Historical survey of the New Kingdom tomb structures at Deir el-Medina.

 

[T] Näser, C., Zur Interpretation funerärer Praktiken im Neuen Reich: Der Ostfriedhof von Deir el-Medine, in: C. Arnst, I. Hafemann and A. Lohwasser ed., Begegnungen. Antike Kulturen im Niltal. Festgabe für Erika Endesfelder, Karl-Heinz Priese, Walter Friedrich Reineke, Steffen Wenig, von Schülern und Mitarbeitern, Leipzig, 2001, pp. 373-398.

 

[T] Nagel, G., Rapport sur les fouilles de Deir el Médineh (Nord) (1928), Le Caire, 1929 = Fouilles de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale du Caire, 6,3.

 

[T] Niwinski, A., The Three Phases of Robberies in the Valley of the Kings and New Archaeological Evidence of the Tomb Robbers' Technique Obtained During Works of the Polish-Egyptian Cliff Mission at Deir El-Bahari, in: K. Daoud, S. Bedier and S. Abd El-Fatah ed., Studies in Honor of Ali Radwan (Supplément aux Annales du Service des Antiquités de l'Égypte 34), vol. 2, Cairo 2005, pp. 213-222.

 

[T] Paulin-Grothe, E., and T. Schneider, New workmen’s huts in the Valley of the Kings, Egyptian Archaeology 19 (2001), pp. 3-5.

 

[T] [U] Piacentini, P., and C. Orsenigo, La Valle dei Re riscoperta. I giornali di scavo di Victor Loret (1898-1899) e altri inediti, Milan 2004.

 

Transcriptions and photographs of the papers of V. Loret concerning his excavations in the Valley of Kings; also including photographs of, and comments on tombs and objects found. Partial translation in English by S. Quirke.

 

[T] Pierrat-Bonnefois, G., Cimetière est du village ou cimetière à l’est de Deir el-Médineh?, in: G. Andreu ed., Deir el-Médineh et la Vallée des Rois. La vie en Égypte au temps des pharaons du Nouvel Empire. Actes du colloque organisé par le musée du Louvre les 3 et 4 mai 2002, Paris, 2003, pp. 49-65.

 

[T] Riggs, C., Archaism and Artistic Sources in Roman Egypt. The Coffins of the Soter Family and the Temple of Deir el-Medina, Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 106 (2006), pp. 315-332.

 

[T] Sauneron, S., Travaux de l'Institut français d'Archéologie orientale du Caire en 1969-1970, Comptes rendus de l'Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres, Paris, 1970, 433-442.

See p. 438-439 for Deir el-Medîna.

[T] Sauneron, S., Les travaux de l'Institut français d'Archéologie orientale

en 1969-1970, Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 69 (1971), pp. 283-306

en 1970-1971, 70 (1971), pp. 235-274

en 1971-1972, 71 (1972), pp. 189-230

en 1972-1973, 73 (1973), pp. 217-263

en 1973-1974, 74 (1974), pp. 183-233

en 1974-1975, 75 (1975), pp. 447-478

en 1975-1976, 76 (1976), pp. 391-425

The first five reports are reprinted in: S. Sauneron, Les travaux de l'Institut français d'Archéologie orientale, 1969-1974, [Le Caire, 1974].

For 1969-1970, see also the preceding title.

[T] [Schiaparelli, E.], Relazione sui lavori della missione archeologica italiana in Egitto (anni 1903-1920).

Volume primo: Esplorazione della "Valle delle regina" nella necropoli di Tebe, Torino, [1923].

[T] Suchý, J., Der Schädeltypus der altägyptischen Bevölkerung aus dem Begräbnisfelde Deir el Medinah (XVIII. Dynastie), in: Bericht über die 6. Tagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Anthropologie, 1961, pp. 145-147.

[not seen]

[T] Uphill, E.P., Some Matters Relating to the Growth and Walls of Deir el-Medina, in: R.J. Demarée and A. Egberts ed., Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD (Egyptologische Uitgaven 14), Leiden 2000, pp. 325-330.

[T] Valbelle, D., Le village de Deir el-Médineh: essai de chronologie schématique, in: W.F. Reineke ed., First International Congress of Egyptology. Acts (Schriften zur Geschichte und Kultur des alten Orients 14), Berlin, 1979, pp. 661-663.

Abstract on the chronology of Deir el-Medîna according to its archaeological remains.

[T] [Q] Weiss, L., Personal Religious Practice: House Altars at Deir el-Medina, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 95 (2009), pp. 193-208.

Interpretation of the so-called lits clos as house altars.

[T] Zillhardt, R., Kinderbestattungen und die soziale Stellung des Kindes im Alten Ägypten - Unter besonderer Berücksichtigung des Ostfriedhofes von Deir el-Medine (Göttinger Miszellen Beihefte 6), Göttingen, 2009.

Section I.1 (pp. 5-42) deals with the eastern cemetery at Deir el-Medina.

[T] Zivie, A., Un détour par Saqqara. Deir el-Médineh et la nécropole memphite, in: G. Andreu ed., Deir el-Médineh et la Vallée des Rois. La vie en Égypte au temps des pharaons du Nouvel Empire. Actes du colloque organisé par le musée du Louvre les 3 et 4 mai 2002, Paris, 2003, pp. 67-82.

Reporting the discovery of tomb Bubasteion I.16 of the treasury overseer Nemty(wy)mose, which might have been decorated by Deir el-Medina artisans, and tomb I.19, which belonged to a family of “(chief) draughtsmen in the Place of Truth” living under Amenhotep III and IV/Akhenaten.

See also A: James, The Archaeology of Ancient Egypt, 1972; Sauneron, Archeologia 38 (1971)

C: Burkard, in: Stationen, 1998

G: Dorn, Müller, ZÄS 133 (2006)

X: Roik, GM 166 (1998)

Z: Müller, SAK 13 (1986)

U: TOMBS INCLUDING REPORTS ON COMPLETE ONES

 

[U] 'Abd el Wahab, F., La tombe No. 1 de Sen-nedjem à Deir el Médineh. Croquis de position, Le Caire, 1959 = Mémoires publiés par les membres de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale du Caire, 89.

[U] [Y] Altenmüller, H., Bemerkungen zu den neu gefundenen Daten im Grab der Königin Twosre (KV 14) im Tal der Könige von Theben, in: C.N. Reeves ed., After Tut'ankhamûn. Research and Excavation in the Royal Necropolis at Thebes (Studies in Egyptology), London, 1992, pp. 141-164.

New information on the building history and decoration of the tomb of Twosre.

[U] Altenmüller, H., Zweiter Vorbericht über die Arbeiten des Archäologischen Instituts Hamburg am Grab des Bay (KV 13) im Tal der Könige von Theben, Studien zur altägyptischen Kultur 19 (1992), pp. 15-36.

[U] Altenmüller, H., Dritter Vorbericht über die Arbeiten des Archäologischen Instituts Hamburg am Grab des Bay (KV 13) im Tal der Könige von Theben, Studien zur altägyptischen Kultur 21 (1994), pp. 1-18.

[U] [S] Andreu, G., La tombe de Thothermaktouf à Deir el Medina (TT 357), Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 85 (1985), pp. 1-21, pls. I-VIII.

9Hwty-Hr-mk.t=f was sDm-aS m s.t-mAa.t during the reign of Ramesses II. Collection of documents on the same person added (pp. 12-21).

[U] Bovot, J.-L., Les tombes de Deir al-Médîna, Égypte, Afrique & Orient 25 (2002), pp. 49-58.

[U] Brock, E.C., The Clearance of the Tomb of Ramesses VII, in: R.H. Wilkinson ed., Valley of the Sun Kings. New Explorations in the Tombs of the Pharaohs. Papers from The University of Arizona International Conference on the Valley of the Kings, Tuczon, AZ, 1995, pp. 47-67.

[U] Bruyère, B., La tombe de Sen-nedjem à Deir el Médineh, Le Caire, 1959 = Mémoires publiés par les membres de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale du Caire, 88.

[U] Bruyère, B., Tombes thébaines de Deir el-Médineh à decoration monochrome, Le Caire, 1952 = Mémoires publiés par les membres de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale du Caire, 86.

Publication of tombs nos. 2, 211 and 214, and of the burial chamber of tomb no. 10.

[U] Bruyère, B. and Ch. Kuentz, Tombes thébaines. La nécropole de Deir el-Médineh. La tombe de Nakht-min et la tombe d'Ari-nefer. Tome premier, Le Caire, 1926 = Mémoires publiés par les membres de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale du Caire, 54,1.

Publication of tombs nos. 290 and 291; vol. 2 is unpublished.

[U] Cherpion, N., Deux tombes de la XVIIIe dynastie à Deir el-Medina. Nos 340 (Amenemhat) et 354 (anonyme) (Memoires publiés par les membres de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale du Caire 114), Cairo, 1999.

Full publication of these two tombs, hitherto unpublished.

[U] Cherpion, N. and J.-P. Corteggiani, La tombe d’Inherkhâouy (TT 359) à Deir el-Medina (Memoires publiés par les membres de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale du Caire 128), 2 vols., Cairo, 2010.

Full publication of the tomb and of all inscriptions concerning the owner.

[U] Corteggiani, J.-P., La tombe d'Amennakht [No 266] à Deir el-Medina, Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 84 (1984), pp. 61-80.

Tomb belonging to the Hmw.w wr Imn-nxt (19th dyn.).

[U] Daressy, G., La trouvaille de Sen-nezem. Objets séparés de l'ensemble, Annales du Service des Antiquités de l'Égypte 28 (1928), pp. 7-11

[U] Davies, N. de Garis, Two Ramesside Tombs at Thebes, New York, 1927 = Robb de Peyster Tytus Memorial Series, 5.

Publication of tomb no. 217.

[U] Dodson, A., On the Origin, Contents and Fate of Biban el-Moluk Tomb 55, Göttinger Miszellen 132 (1993), pp. 21-28.

[U] [Y] Dodson, A., The Decorative Phases of the Tomb of Sethos II and their Historical Implications, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 85 (1999), pp. 131-142, pls. XX-XXI.

The decoration of the tomb, which may show up to eleven separate phases, would be best explained by the assumption that the king's reign was interrupted by the rule, in Upper Egypt, of Amenmesse.

[U] Gaber, H., Erreurs de copiste dans le chapitre 54 du LdM (Tombe de Pached [TT 3]), Revue d’Égyptologie 55 (2004), pp. 161-166.

About a corrupted passage from the Book of the Dead, partly due to confusion of signs in hieratic.

[U] Gabolde, L., Calendrier des travaux de V. Loret dans la Vallée des Rois, Kyphi. Bulletin du Cercle Lyonnais d’égyptologie Victor Loret 5 (2006), pp. 39-52.

[U] Haring, B.J.J., The Tomb of Sennedjem (TT 1) in Deir el-Medina. Palaeography (Paléographie hiéroglyphique 2), Cairo, 2006.

Palaeography of the hieroglyphic signs in the burial chamber of TT 1, with detailed commentary and comparison with other Deir el-Medina tombs.

[U] Haring, B., Requests from the Greatest Gods. The Right Doorjamb of Sennedjem's Burial Chamber, in: I. Régen en F. Servajean ed., Verba manent. Recueil d’études dédiées à Dimitri Meeks par ses collègues et amis (Cahiers “Égypte Nilotique et Méditerranéenne” 2), Montpellier, 2009, vol. I, pp. 207-218.

[U] Hodel-Hoenes, S., Leben und Tod im Alten Ägypten. Thebanische Privatgräber des Neuen Reiches, Darmstadt 1991.

Pp. 210-242: TT 1 (Sennedjem) and 359 (Onuris-cha). English translation: S. Hodel-Hoenes, Life and Death in Ancient Egypt. Scenes from Private Tombs in New Kingdom Thebes, Ithaca, New York 2000 (transl. by D. Warburton).

[U] Hornung, E., Zwei ramessidische Königsgräber: Ramses IV. Und Ramses VII. (Theben 11), Mainz, 1990.

Full publication of the tombs of the two kings, including chapters on their reigns and the work inside the tomb.

[U] Hornung, E., Studies on the Decoration of the Tomb of Seti I, in: R.H. Wilkinson ed., Valley of the Sun Kings. New Explorations in the Tombs of the Pharaohs. Papers from The University of Arizona International Conference on the Valley of the Kings, Tuczon, AZ, 1995, pp. 70-73.

 

[U] [Q] Ibrahim Zaki, M., Les déesses dans les tombes de Deir el-Médineh, in: J-C. Goyon and C. Cardin ed., Proceedings of the Ninth International Congress of Egyptologists/Actes du Neuvième Congrès International des Égyptologues, Grenoble, 6-12 septembre 2004 (Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 150) I, Leuven etc. 2007, pp. 927-951.

 

[U] [F] Jenni, H. ed., Das Grab Ramses’ X. (KV 18) (Aegyptiaca Helvetica 16), Basel 2000.

Full account of architecture, decoration and finds (A. Dorn, H. Jenni, B. Lüscher, E. Paulin-Grothe); historical survey of the reign of Ramesses X with translations of Turin necropolis journals (T. Schneider).

 

[U] Jenni, H., and F. Mauric-Barberio, LaVallée des Rois - ses tombeaux et ses ouvriers. Travaux concernant les tombes KV 17, 18, 32 et 47 menés par l’Institut d’Égyptologie de l’Université de Bâle, Égypte Afrique et Orient 54 (2009), pp. 11-24.

 

[U] [S] Keller, C.A., A family affair: the decoration of Theban Tomb 359, in: W.V. Davies ed., Colour and Painting in Ancient Egypt, London 2001, pp. 73-93.

Detailed study of the decoration of tomb 359 of chief workman Inherkhau the Younger and the painters responsible for the decoration: the draughtsmen Nebnefer and Hormin.

[U] [X] Keller, C.A., Royal Painters: Deir el-Medina in Dynasty XIX, in: E. Bleiberg and R. Freed ed., Fragments of a Shattered Visage: The Proceedings of the International Symposium on Ramesses the Great (Monographs of The Institute of Egyptian Art and Archaeology 1), Memphis, Tennessee 1991, pp. 50-86.

On the training and work of draughtsmen as evidenced by royal tombs, the tombs of the necropolis workmen, and figured ostraca.

[U] [X] Keller, C.A., Un artiste égyptien à l’oeuvre: le dessinateur en chef Amenhotep, in: G. Andreu ed., Deir el-Médineh et la Vallée des Rois. La vie en Égypte au temps des pharaons du Nouvel Empire. Actes du colloque organisé par le musée du Louvre les 3 et 4 mai 2002, Paris, 2003, pp. 83-114.

[U] Kondo, J., The Re-clearance of Tombs WV 22 and WV A in the Western Valley, in: R.H. Wilkinson ed., Valley of the Sun Kings. New Explorations in the Tombs of the Pharaohs. Papers from The University of Arizona International Conference on the Valley of the Kings, Tuczon, AZ, 1995, pp. 25-33.

 

[U] [E] [Y] Lakomy, K.C., Cairo Ostracon J. 72460: Eine Untersuchung zur königlichen Bestattungstradition im Tal der Könige zu Beginn der Ramessidenzeit (Göttinger Miszellen Beihefte 4), Göttingen, 2008.

 

Publication and discussion of O. Cairo JE 72460, containing a reference to the tomb of Queen Isisnofret (wife of Ramesses II according to the author), followed by a survey of relevant finds in the royal necropoleis of Thebes and Memphis, and by a discussion of queens and princesses known for the reigns of Ramesses II and Merenptah. See also E: Lakomy, GM 216 (2008).

[U] Maystre, Ch., Tombes de Deir el-Médineh. La tombe de Nebenmât (No. 219), Le Caire, 1936 = Mémoires publiés par les membres de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale du Caire, 71.

[U] Mauric-Barberio, F., Copie de textes à l’envers dans les tombes royales, in: G. Andreu ed., Deir el-Médineh et la Vallée des Rois. La vie en Égypte au temps des pharaons du Nouvel Empire. Actes du colloque organisé par le musée du Louvre les 3 et 4 mai 2002, Paris, 2003, pp. 173-194.

[U] Mauric-Barberio, F., Reconstitution du décor de la tombe de Ramsès III (partie inférieure) d'après les manuscrits de Robert Hay, Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 104/2 (2004), pp. 389-456.

 

[U] Mauric-Barberio, F., Nouvelles considérations sur le Livre de la Terre dans la tombe de Ramsès VI, Bulletin de l’Institut Français d’Archéologie Orientale 110 (2010), pp.175-220.

[U] Meeks, D., Un aspect méconnu des tombes de Deir al-Médîna. La paléographie, Égypte, Afrique et Orient 25 (2002), pp. 43-48.

On hieroglyphic palaeography, and on some palaeographic features of DeM tombs.

[U] Nash, W.L., The Tomb of Pa-Shedu at Dêr el-Medinet, Thebes, Proceedings of the Society of Biblical Archaeology 23 (1901), pp. 360-361.

[U] Orsenigo, C., King's Valley Tomb 37: Analysis of Finds from Loret's 1899 Excavations, Göttinger Miszellen 216 (2008), pp. 61-74.

[U] Pinch-Brock, L., Theodore Davis and the Rediscovery of Tomb 55, in: R.H. Wilkinson ed., Valley of the Sun Kings. New Explorations in the Tombs of the Pharaohs. Papers from The University of Arizona International Conference on the Valley of the Kings, Tuczon, AZ, 1995, pp. 34-46.

[U] Pinch-Brock, L., The real location of KV 'C'?, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 85 (1999), pp. 223-226, Pl. XXVI.

After removal of the Old Rest House in the Valley of Kings the location of KV 'C' was probably revealed next to KV 55.

[U] Polz, D., The Location of the Tomb of Amenhotep I: A Reconsideration, in: R.H. Wilkinson ed., Valley of the Sun Kings. New Explorations in the Tombs of the Pharaohs. Papers from The University of Arizona International Conference on the Valley of the Kings, Tuczon, AZ, 1995, pp. 8-21.

 

[U] Postel, L., Nouvelles recherches dans la tombe de Ramsès II (KV 7), Cercle Lyonnais d’égyptologie Victor Loret. Bulletin 10 (1996), pp. 45-71.

[U] Radwan, A., Zum Erscheinen des Wesirs Paser in der Begleitung Ramses’ II., in: M.R.M. Hasitzka, J. Diethart and G. Dembski ed., Das Alte Ägypten und seine Nachbarn. Festschrift zum 65. Geburtstag von Helmut Satzinger (Kremser Wissenschaftliche Reihe 3), Krems, 2003, pp. 120-122, pls. 18-21.

Publication and discussion of some scenes in TT 4 (Qen) and TT 7 (Ramose).

[U] Roehrig, C.H., Gates to the Underworld. The Appearance of Wooden Doors in the Royal Tombs in the Valley of the Kings, in: R.H. Wilkinson ed., Valley of the Sun Kings. New Explorations in the Tombs of the Pharaohs. Papers from The University of Arizona International Conference on the Valley of the Kings, Tuczon, AZ, 1995, pp. 82-107.

[U] Rose, J., Tomb KV39 in the Valley of the Kings. A Double Archaeological Enigma, Bristol 2000.

Archaeological report and discussion of the identification of the tomb owner; according to the author this is possibly Amenhotep I.

[U] Rossi, C., Dimensions and Slope in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Dynasty Royal Tombs, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 87 (2001), pp. 73-80.

[U] [E] Rossi, C., The Identification of the Tomb Described in O. BM 8505, Göttinger Miszellen 187 (2002), pp. 97-99.

The tomb of Queen Isis, QV 51, fits both the described architectural elements and the date (palaeographically) of this ostracon.

[U] [E] Rossi, C., The Plan of a Royal Tomb on O. Cairo 25184, Göttinger Miszellen 184 (2001), pp. 45-53.

Re-examination of the plan drawn on O. Cairo 25184, confirming the identification as KV 6 of Ramses IX.

 

[U] Ryan, D.P., Pacific Lutheran University Valley of the Kings Project: Work Conducted During the 2006 Field Season, Annales du Service des Antiquités de l’Égypte 81 (2007), pp. 357-361.

 

Concentrates on KV 27 (Userhat).

 [U] Schaden, O.J., Some Observations on the Tomb of Amenmesse (KV 10), in: B.M. Bryan and D. Lorton ed., Essays in Egyptology in Honor of Hans Goedicke, San Antonio, 1994, pp. 243-254.

Preliminary report on the author's work in the tomb.

[U] [Schiaparelli, E.], Relazione sui lavori della missione archeologica italiana in Egitto (anni 1903-1920). Volume secondo: La tomba intatta dell' architetto Cha nella necropoli di Tebe, Torino, [1927].

[U] Shedid, A.G., Das Grab des Sennedjem. Ein Künstlergrab der 19. Dynastie in Deir el Medineh, Mainz 1994.

Presentation of tomb TT 1 with splendid colour photographs, a discussion of its architecture, decoration, owners and objects, and a translation of the inscriptions.

[U] Simon-Boidot, C., Canon et étalon dans la tombe de Taousret, Chronique d'Égypte 75 (2000), pp. 30-46.

[U] Toda, E., La découverte et l'inventaire du tombeau de Sen-nezem, Annales du Service des Antiquités de l'Égypte 20 (1920), pp. 145-148, avec une note sur l'article précédent par G. Daressy, pp. 159-160.

[U] Toda, E., Son Notém en Tebas. Inventario y textos de un sepulcro egipcio de la XX dinastia, Boletin de la Real Academia de la Historia, Madrid 10 (1887), pp. 91-148.

The parts: (1) Archaeological mission in Egypt; (2) Description of tomb; (3) Inventory and history; (4) Inscriptions and paintings; (5)-(8) South, east, north and west walls; (9) Ceiling.

[U] Tosi, M., La cappella di Maia, Torino, 19691, 19722 = Quaderno del Museo Egizio di Torino, 4.

Publication of tomb no. 338.

[U] Valbelle, D., La tombe de Hay à Deir el-Médineh [No. 267], Le Caire, 1975 = Mémoires publiés par les membres de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale du Caire, 95.

[U] Vandersleyen, C., Who Was the First King in the Valley of the Kings?, in: R.H. Wilkinson ed., Valley of the Sun Kings. New Explorations in the Tombs of the Pharaohs. Papers from The University of Arizona International Conference on the Valley of the Kings, Tuczon, AZ, 1995, pp. 22-24.

 

Suggests that Hatshepsut was the first to be buried in the Valley of the Kings, and that the original tomb of Thutmosis I as constructed by Ineni is not in the valley.

[U] Vandier, J., Tombes de Deir el-Médineh. La tombe de Nefer-abou. Dessins de J. Vandier d'Abbadie, Le Caire, 1935 = Mémoires publiés par les membres de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale du Caire, 69.

Publication of tomb no. 5.

[U] Vandier d'Abbadie, J. et G. Jourdain, Deux tombes de Deir el-Médineh. I. La chapelle de Khâ. II La tombe du scribe royal Amenemopet, Le caire, 1939 = Mémoires publiés par les membres de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale du Caire, 73.

Publication of tombs nos. 8 and 215.

[U] Weeks, K.R., KV 5. A Preliminary Report on the Excavation of the Tomb of the Sons of Ramesses II in the Valley of the Kings (Publications of the Theban Mapping Project II), Cairo-New York 2000.

(Objects from the tomb include a group of 7 hieratic and figured ostraca; pp. 116 and 117).

[U] Wiedemann, A., Tombs of the Nineteenth Dynasty at Dêr el-Medinet (Thebes), Proceedings of the Society of Biblical Archaeology 8 (1885-1886), pp. 225-232.

[U] Wild, H., La tombe de Nefer-hotep (I) et Neb-néfer à Deir el Medîna [No.6] et autres documents les concernant. II, Le Caire, 1979 = Mémoires publiés par les membres de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale du Caire, 103,2.

Fascicle I has not yet appeared.

[U] Wilkinson, R.H., Symbolic Orientation and Alignment in New Kingdom Royal Tombs, in: R.H. Wilkinson ed., Valley of the Sun Kings. New Explorations in the Tombs of the Pharaohs. Papers from The University of Arizona International Conference on the Valley of the Kings, Tuczon, AZ, 1995, pp. 74-81.

[U] Zivie, A.-P., Aspects et renseignements d'une tombe thébaine. Le caveau de Pached à Deir el-Médineh, Archeologia, Paris No. 86 (septembre 1975), pp. 20-30.

[U] Zivie, A.-P., La tombe de Pached à Deir el-Médineh. [No. 3], Le Caire, 1979 = Mémoires publiés par les membres de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale du Caire, 99.

See also A: Andreu, Les artistes de Pharaon, 2002

B: Podvin, GM 191 (2002)

E: Lakomy, GM 216 (2008)

F: Carter, Gardiner, JEA 4 (1917); Lüscher, Totenbuch-Papyrus

Q: Refai, Göttin des Westens, 1996.

S: Černý , Répertoire onomastique, 1949

T: Dodson, in: Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD, 2000; Piacentini and Orsenigo, La Valle dei Re riscoperta, 2004

X: Reeves, CdÉ 61 (1986); Roik, GM 166 (1998); Rummel, MDAIK 59 (2003)

Y: Altenmüller, GM 171 (1999); Altenmüller, SAK 23 (1996); Daressy, in: Recueil Champollion, 1922; Graefe, ZÄS 126 (1999)

Z: Hornung, Zwei ramessidische Königsgräber, 1990; Müller, SAK 13 (1986); Weeks, Atlas of the Valley of the Kings, 2000

V: MISCELLANEOUS ARCHAEOLOGICAL MATERIAL, INCLUDING STELAE WHEN PUBLISHED IN CONNECTION WITH OTHER ARCHAEOLOGICAL MATERIAL

 

[V] Andreu, G., À la recherche d'ateliers de sculpteurs à Deir el-Médineh, in: A. Dorn and T. Hofmann ed., Living and Writing in Deir el-Medine. Socio-historical Embodiment of Deir el-Medine Texts (Aegyptiaca Helvetica 19), Basel, 2006, pp. 9-19.

 

Concentrating on statues Cairo JE 43576 (Qenhirkhopshef), Louvre E 16346 (Ramose), Turin Cat. 1372 (Amenhotep I) and 3032 (Penshenabu).

 

[V] Bell, M., Preliminary Report on the Mycenaean Pottery from Deir el-Medina (1979-1980), Annales du Service des Antiquités de l'Égypte 68 (1982), pp. 143-163.

(See also id. in American Journal of Archaeology 85 (1981), p. 186).

[V] Bierbrier, M.L., Piay in Cambridge, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 68 (1982), pp. 85-92, pls. X-XI.

Offering-table of the sculptor Piay (19th dyn.), and its prosopographical implications.

[V] Bissing, Fr. W. von, Opfertafel aus dem Grabe des Chawey-heb im Museum Scheurleer, Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde 68 (1932), pp. 58 and 59.

Offering-table of the guardian Khawy (TT 214), formerly Museum Scheurleer S. 1098; present whereabouts unknown.

[V] [Q] Bochi, P.A., Figuring the Dead: the Ancestor Busts and the Embodied Transition, in: Z. Hawass and J.Houser Wegner ed., Millions of Jubilees. Studies in Honor of David P. Silverman I (SCA Cahier 39), Cairo, 2010, pp. 69-79.

[V] Boreux, Ch., Two Statuettes in the Louvre Museum, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 7 (1921), pp. 113-120.

Two staff-bearing statuettes from Deir el-Medîna.

[V] Borla, M. and E.F. Marochetti, Quelques aspects de Deir al-Médîna au Musée Egyptien de Turin, Égypte, Afrique & Orient 25 (2002), pp. 65-70.

[V] Bovot, J.-L., Les serviteurs funéraires de Deir al-Médîna, Égypte, Afrique & Orient 25 (2002), pp. 59-64.

[V] Bruyère, B., L'Enseigne de Khabekhnet, Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 28 (1929), pp. 41-48.

Standard with cat and fish in front on top of standard, from the tomb of Khabekhnet (No.2B).

[V] Bruyère, B., Un fragment de fresque de Deir el Médineh, Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 22 (1922), pp. 121-133.

Mural painting of a Deir el-Medîna house depicting a nursing scene.

[V] Capart, J., La statue d'Amenophis Ier à Turin, Chronique d'Égypte XIX, Nos. 37-38 (1944), pp. 212-213.

Possibly a cult statue from Deir el-Medîna, as suggested by Capart. Compare V: Vandersleyen, OrAnt 19 (1980).

[V] Capriotti Vittozzi, G., Sculture iscritte da Deir el-Medina ai Musei Vaticani, Aegyptus. Rivista Italiana di Egittologia e di Papirologia 87 (2007), pp. 55-71.

Discussion of stelae inv. no. 22788 (Nekhemmut) and 22791 (Nebnefer), group statues inv. no. 22701 (Huy) and 22758 (Khaemwaset).

[V] Charvát, P., The Bes Jug. Its Origin and Development in Egypt, Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde 107 (1980), pp. 46-52.

For Deir el-Medîna, see particularly pp. 48-49.

[V] Clère, J.J., Monuments inédits des serviteurs dans la Place de Vérité, Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 28 (1929), pp. 173-201.

Monuments from Deir el-Medîna in the Louvre Museum, i.a. 9 stelae, 2 offering tables and various fragments.

[V] Clère, J.J., fragments de huisserrie de Deir el-Médineh, in: J. Baines a.o. ed., Pyramid Studies and other Essays presented to I.E.S. Edwards, London, 1988, pp. 121-123, pls. 22 and 23.

[V] Curto, S., Postille circa la metallurgia antico-egizia, Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Abteilung Kairo 18 (1952), pp. 59-69.

Earthen melting pots, i.a. from Schiaparelli's excavations at Deir el-Medîna (1905).

[V] Curto, S., E. Delorenzi and D. Spagnotto, I resultati d'una relevazione radiografica e grafica su mummie (Scavi del Museo Egizio di Torino, 10), Oriens Antiquus 19 (1980), pp. 147-157.

Results of a radiological investigation on the mummies of Kha and Meryt.

[V] Curto, S. and M. Mancini, News of Kha' and Meryt, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 54 (1968), pp. 77-81.

On work on the tomb and the mummies of Kha and Meryt at Turin.

[V] Davies, N. de Garis, A High Place at Thebes, in: Mélanges Maspero. I. Orient ancien. Fasciscule I, Le Caire, 1935-1938 (+Mémoires publiés par les membres de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale du Caire, 66), pp. 241-250.

Mainly an archaeological investigation of the huts of the necropolis workmen on the hill near the Valley of the Kings.

[V] Demarée, R.J., Een Egyptische handspiegel, Phoenix, Leiden 10 (1964), pp. 121-123.

A mirror from Deir el-Medîna.

[V] Derriks, C. and I.G. Gomez, Le sculpteur Qen et le culte d’Amenhotep Ier, Cahiers de Mariemont 30-31 (2003), pp. 149-157.

On a relief belonging to the sculptor On in the Mariemont Museum (Ac.78/11). See also C. Derriks, in: C. Derriks and L. Delvaux ed., Antiquités égyptiennes au Musée Royal de Mariemont, Morlanwelz, 2009, pp. 111-113.

[V] Dixon, D.M., The Disposal of Certain Personal, Household and Town Waste in Ancient Egypt, in: Man, Settlement and Urbanism. Edited by P.J. Ucko, R. Tringham and G.W. Dimbleby, London, 1972, pp. 647-650.

Some attention is paid to Deir el-Medîna.

[V] El-Enany, Kh., Un carré de lin peint au musée de l’Agriculture du Caire (inv. 893), Bulletin de l’Institut Français d’Archéologie Orientale 110 (2010), pp. 35-46.

Publication of a piece of painted linen belonging to the guardian Imn-m-Ip.t, reign of Ramesses II; discussion including parallel objects.

[V] Ertman, E.L., Evidence of the Alterations to the Canopic Jar Portraits and Coffin Mask from KV 55, in: R.H. Wilkinson ed., Valley of the Sun Kings. New Explorations in the Tombs of the Pharaohs. Papers from The University of Arizona International Conference on the Valley of the Kings, Tuczon, AZ, 1995, pp. 108-119.

[V] [Q] Friedman, F., On the Meaning of Some Anthropoid Busts from Deir el-Medîna, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 71 (1985), pp. 82-97.

Revised version of a paper at the 3rd Int. Congr. of Eg., concerning busts as Ax iqr.

[V] Gourlay, Y.J.-L., Les sparteries de Deir el-Médineh. XVIIIe - XXe dynasties.

I Catalogue des techniques de sparterie (Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale du Caire. Documents de Fouilles 17/1), Cairo, 1981; II Catalogue des objets de sparterie (Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale du Caire. Documents de Fouilles 17/2), Cairo, 1981.

[V] Grimm, A., Tod im Kindbett. Recherchen zu einem funerären Ensemble aus Deir el-Medineh im Staatlichen Museum Ägyptischer Kunst München, in: D. Kessler, R. Schulz, M. Ullmann, A. Verbovsek and S. Wimmer ed., Texte - Theben - Tonfragmente. Festschrift für Günter Burkard (Ägypten und Altes Testament 76), Wiesbaden, 2009, pp. 162-179.

On objects from a child’s burial, now in Munich (coffin ÄS 23 and related items).

[V] [S] Guarnori, S. and J. Chappaz, Deux tables d'offrandes et un basin à libations du Musée d'Art et d'Histoire à Genève, Chronique d'Égypte 58 (1983), pp. 73-82.

The third object discussed (pp. 78-82) is a libation basin of Hwy, sDm-aS m s.t-mAa.t.

[V] Guidotti, M.C., A proposito dei vasi con decorazione hathorica, Egitto e Vicino Oriente, Pisa 1 (1978), pp. 105-118.

I.a. vessels from Deir el-Medîna.

[V] Guidotti, M.C., A proposito di Deir el Medina prima della scoperta: un pezzo della Collezione Ricci nel Museo Egizio di Firenze, in: C.M. Govi, S. Curto and S. Pernigotti ed., L’Egitto fuori dell’Egitto. Dalla riscoperta all’Egittologia. Atti del Convegno Internazionale Bologna 26-29 marzo 1990, Bologna 1991, pp. 209-219.

Publication of canopic chest (inv. no. 2184) and shabti box (inv. no. 2191) in the Egyptian Museum in Florence, both belonging to the woman Takharu, the wife of Huy and Pashed of TT 339.

[V] Habachi, L., Tavole d'offerta, are e bacile da libagione, N. 22001-22067, Torino, 1977 = Catalogo del Museo Egizio di Torino, Serie seconda - Collezione, Vol. 2.

From Deir el-Medîna come the nos. N. 22025-22044 and 22057.

[V] Hari, R., La figuration du lion dans les scarabées royaux égyptiens, Studien zur altägyptischen Kultur 5 (1977), pp. 41-46.

Two lion-scarabs, probably from Deir el-Medîna.

[V] Harris, J.R., A propos de la prétendue momie du scribe royal Boutehamon, Chronique d'Égypte XXXV, Nos. 69-70 (1960), pp. 89-91.

[V] Heerma van Voss, M., An Egyptian Magical Brick, JEOL 18 (1964), pp. 314-316.

Magical brick from Deir el-Medîna in a Dutch collection.

[V] Hoffmeier, J.K., A Relief of a "Chief of the Gang" from Deir el-Medineh at Wheaton College, Illinois, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 74 (1988), pp. 217-220, pl. XXVIII.

Publ. of frgt. Chicago OI 17370 of nfr-Htp the Younger, chief of the gang, reign of Ramesses II/Sethi II.

[V] Kaiser, W., Zur Büste als einer Darstellungsform ägyptischer Rundplastik, Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Abteilung Kairo 46 (1990), pp. 269-285, pls. 61-67.

Busts from Deir el-Medîna are taken into account, especially on pp. 270-272.

[V] Kayser, H., Die Gänse des Amon (Eine Neuerwerbung des Pelizaeus-Museums), Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Abteilung Kairo 16 (1958), p. 193.

Monument dedicated by Ken (tomb No. 4).

[V] Keimer, L., Études d'Égyptologie. Fascicule II. Jeux de la nature retouchés par la main de l'homme, provenant de Deir el-Médineh (Thèbes) et remontant au Nouvel Empire, Le Caire, 1940.

[V] Keimer, L., Sur deux fragments de cornes de daim trouvés à Deir el-Médineh, in: Mélanges Maspero. I. Orient ancien, Fascicule I, Le Caire, 1935-1938 (+Mémoires publiés par les membres de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale du Caire, 66), pp. 273-308.

On account of two pieces of deer antlers found by Bruyère at Deir el-Medîna, the author discusses the subject of deer in general in a very thorough way.

[V] [Q] Keith-Bennet, J.L., Anthropoid Busts: II. Not from Deir el Medineh alone, Bulletin of the Egyptological Seminar 3 (1981), pp. 43-71.

[V] Kolodziejczyk, K., Plecionki staroegipskie w Muzeum Narodowym w Warszawie, Rocznik Muzeum Narodowego w Warszawie, Warszawa 7 (1963), pp. 75-107.

Basketry objects in the National Museum of Warsaw, mainly from Deir el-Medîna.

[V] Letellier, B., La vie quotidienne chez les artisans de Pharaon, Archéologia, Paris No. 125 (décembre 1978), pp. 26-37.

[V] [Letellier, B.], La vie quotidienne chez les artisans de Pharaon. Le Louvre présente aux Musées de Metz du 12 novembre 1978 au 28 février 1979, [1978].

Catalogue of an exhibition.

[V] [Q] Lewis Keith, J., Anthropoid Busts of Deir el Medineh and Other Sites and Collections (Documents de fouilles de l’Institut Français d’Archéologie Orientale 49), Cairo, 2011.

Catalogue raisonnée of anthropoid busts, with a total of almost 200, with analysis in five chapters.

[V] Lucas, G., Four Egyptian Pieces in the Wellcome Collection at Swansea, I, Göttinger Miszellen 167 (1998), 83-87.

Offering stand of the workman (later chief workman) Paneb.

[V] Malaise, M., Nouvelle note sur les pendentifs cordiformes, Göttinger Miszellen 29 (1978), pp. 69-70.

[V] [S] Málek, J., A Shawabti of the Draughtsman Pay of Deir el-Medîna, Revue d'Égyptologie 31 (1979), pp. 153-156.

[V] [S] Málek, J., New Kingdom Pyramidia, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 76 (1990), pp. 180-184, pls. XVIII and XIX.

Three pyramidia discussed, the second of which belonged to Hwy, sDm-aS m s.t-mAa.t.

[V] Meza, A.I., An Egyptian Statuette in Malta Rediscovered, Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt 40 (2003), pp. 103-112.

Full publication and discussion of a statuette of Nefer-abu. See also Meza, in: Proceedings of the Ninth International Congress, 2007; Moss, JEA 35 (1949), below.

[V] Meza, A.I., Shedding New Light on an Egyptian Statuette in Malta, in: J-C. Goyon and C. Cardin ed., Proceedings of the Ninth International Congress of Egyptologists/Actes du Neuvième Congrès International des Égyptologues, Grenoble, 6-12 septembre 2004 (Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 150) II, Leuven etc. 2007, pp. 1299-1309.

 

Publication and discussion of the statuette of Nefer-abu (see Meza, JARCE 40 (2003), above, and Moss, JEA 35 (1949), below).

[V] Moss, R., An Egyptian Statuette in Malta, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 35 (1949), pp. 132-134.

Statuette of Nefer-abu, son of Neferronpet (tomb No. 5). See also Meza, JARCE 40 (2003), and Meza, in: Proceedings of the Ninth International Congress, 2007, above.

[V] Negm, M., The Offering Table of Djehuty-her-mekat-ef in the Cairo Museum, Discussions in Egyptology 51 (2001), pp. 47-52.

Full publication and discussion of offering table Cairo CG 23076.

[V] [Q] Pamminger, P., Ein Beispiel magistraler Intervention. Zu einem unpublizierten Relieffragment in Chicago, in: M. Schade-Busch ed., Wege öffnen. Festschrift für Rolf Gundlach zum 65. Geburtstag (Ägypten und Altes Testament 35), Wiesbaden 1996, 184-186, pl. 12.

Relief fragment Chicago Field Museum inv. no. A.31684. See also Q: Pamminger, SAK 23 (1996).

[V] Phillips, D.W., A Sculptor's Shawabty Box, Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art 6, No. 7 (March, 1948), pp. 207-212.

Shawabti box from the tomb of Nakhtamon (No. 335) and from that of of Sennedjem (No. 1).

[V] [Q] Pinch, G., Childbirth and Female Figurines at Deir el-Medina and el-'Amarna, Orientalia 52 (1983), 405-414 and pls. V-VI.

[V] [U] Podvin, J., Le mobilier funéraire de la tombe de Sennedjem, Göttinger Miszellen 191 (2002), pp. 77-83.

Inventory of objects from TT 1 in various museums.

[V] [N] [P] [R] Pruvodce výstavou Deir el-Medîna. Sídliste královských delníku z období otrokárského rádu v Egypte, Národní Musuem v Praze Praveké oddelení 1950-1951.

Archaeological material from Deir el-Medîna in the National Museum at Prague originating from the IFAO excavations. Parts: 1. List of objects exhibited; 2. Z. Zába, The village of the workmen of the royal necropolis at Thebes (History, architecture, life, translation of the Turin Strike Papyrus); 3. Z. Zába, The rations of the workmen. Not seen, compare Annual Egyptological Bibliography 1952, no. 2532.

[V] [S] Raisman, V., A relief of the Servant in the Place of Truth, Amennakht, in: Leahy, Anthony and John Tait, Studies on Ancient Egypt in Honour of H.S. Smith (Occasional Publications 13), London 1999, pp. 237-239.

Relief fragment ascribed to the workman Amennakht, son of Nebenma'at.

[V] Rammant-Peeters, A., Les Pyramidions Égyptiens du Nouvel Empire (Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 11), Leuven, 1983.

Appendix on the objects from Deir el-Medîna; pp. 202-210.

[V] [N] [W] Raven, M.J., Objects from Deir el-Medina in the National Museum of Antiquities, Leiden, in: R.J. Demarée and A. Egberts ed., Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD (Egyptologische Uitgaven 14), Leiden 2000, pp. 291-302.

[V] Roccati, A., Invito a Deir el-Medina, Bolletino della Societá Piemontese di Belle Arti, Torino NS 25-26 (1971-1972), [1974], pp. 5-12.

Mainly dealing with some objects reconstructed from fragments.

[V] El Sabbahy, A.F., A Funerary Bed from the Tomb of Sen-nedjem, Discussions in Egyptology 43 (1999), 13-18.

Description of funerary bed Cairo JE 27254; comparison with other funerary beds from Deir el-Medina.

[V] Sabbahy, L., The texts on the Canopic Boxes from the Tomb of Sen-Nedjem in the Cairo Museum, in: Mamdouh Eldamaty and Mai Trad ed., Egyptian Museum Collections Around the World. Studies for the Centennial of the Egyptian Museum, Cairo vol. II, Cairo, 2002, pp. 1047-1053.

[V] Sabbahy, L., A note on the Goddess Selket as Protector of Rebirth, Revue d’Égyptologie 54 (2003), pp. 286 and 287.

Based on decoration and text on canopic box Cairo JE 27307 and coffin Cairo JE 27301, both belonging to Sennedjem.

[V] [Q] Saout, F. le, Une Singularité de l'"École de Deir el-Médinéh", Bulletin de la Société d'Égyptologie de Genève 9-10 (1984-85), pp. 153-164.

About the representation of the god Ptah, pointing at a specific statue cult at Deir el-Medîna.

[V] Scandone Matthiae, G., Una statuetta del Museo Egizio di Torino con dedica ad Hathor signora di Biblo, Rivista di Studi Fenici 15 (1987), pp. 115-125, pls. XXVI-XXVII.

The author argues that the statue must be dated to the time of Ramesses II, and that it probably comes from Deir el-Medîna, where it may have been made on behalf of the royal scribe Ramose.

[V] Schiemann, E., Pflanzenfunde aus Dêr el-Medîne, Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Abteilung Kairo 10 (1941), pp. 122-128.

[V] [W] Silverman, D., Pashed, the Servant of Amon: a Stelophorous Figure in the Oriental Institute Museum, in: Studies in Honor of G.R. Hughes, Chicago, 1976 (= Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilization 39), pp. 201-208.

I.a. two fragments of stela Or. Inst. Museum 13701 mentioning the necropolis workman Pashed and his wife Nefertari are published.

[V] Simon-Boidot, C., Accessoires de porteurs d’eau, Cercle Lyonnais d’égyptologie Victor Loret. Bulletin 9 (1995), pp. 25-32.

On crescent-shaped implements of wood, now in the Louvre, used for carrying water jars.

[V] Strouhal, E. and L. Vyhnánek, Egyptian Mummies in Czechoslovak Collections, Prague, 1979.

Cat.nos. 2-5 are mummies from the workmen's cemeteries at Deir el-Medîna.

[V] [S] [Y] Taylor, J.H., Unwrapping a Mummy. The Life, Death and Embalming of Horemkenesi (British Museum Press. Egyptian Bookshelf), London 1995.

On the mummy of the chief workman, scribe and priest Horemkenesi and other sources of information about the same person, against the historical background of the end of the Twentieth and the beginning of the Twenty-first Dynasties.

[V] Tosi, M., Documenti di Deir el Medina (Scavi nel Museo di Torino, 8), Oriens Antiquus 17 (1978), pp. 31-34.

I.a. a column with the name of Hehnekhu II son of Pashedu and the upper part of a doorpost bearing a representation of Ptah are published.

[V] Tosi, M., Documenti di Deir el Medina (Scavi nel Museo di Torino, 4), Oriens Antiquus 14 (1975), pp. 137-143.

Relief fragments of Deir el-Medîna tombs in Turin, notably tomb No. 326.

[V] Vachala, B., Ein Uschebti des Zeichners Parahotep aus Deir el-Medineh, Göttinger Miszellen 205 (2005), pp. 103-109.

[V] Valbelle, D., Le naos de Kasa au Musée de Turin, Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 72 (1972), pp. 179-194.

A wooden naos belonging to the workman Kasa.

[V] Valbelle, D., Ouchebtis de Deir el-Médineh, [Le Caire, 1972]= Documents de fouilles, 15.

[V] Valbelle, D., Raccords, Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Abteilung Kairo 37 (1981), pp. 475-478, pl. 78.

Inscribed limestone seat (fragments from Turin and from IFAO storehouse in Deir el-Medîna).

[V] Vandersleyen, C., La statue d'Amenophis I (Turin 1372), Oriens Antiquus 19 (1980), pp. 133-137.

On the statue of Amenophis I, probably dating from the XIXth to XXth Dynasties and presumably coming from Deir el-Medîna.

See also above: Capart, CdE XIX (1944).

[V] [Q] Vandier d'Abbadie, J., A propos des bustes de laraires, Revue d'Égyptologie 5 (1946), pp. 133-135.

Deir el-Medîna busts as images of the deceased for the house altar.

See also above: Keith-Bennet, Bulletin of the Egyptological Seminar 3 (1981).

[V] Vandier d'Abbadie, J., Une fresque civile di Deir el-Médineh, Revue d'Égyptologie 3 (1938), pp. 27-35.

On a mural painting in a house in Deir el-Medîna depicting a nude female dancer.

[V] Verbovsek, A., “Die Kuh auf dem Schlitten”- Die ikonographisch-ikonologische Betrachtung eines singulären Motivs des privaten Rundbildes, in: N. Kloth, K. Martin and E. Pardey ed., Es werde niedergelegt als Schriftstück. Festschrift für Hartwig Altenmüller zum 65. Geburtstag (Studien zur Altägyptischen Kultur Beihefte 9), Hamburg, 2003, pp. 437-444, pls. 58 and 59.

About statue Vienna Kunsthistorisches Museum ÄS 1188, which according to the author was placed in the temple of Hathor at Deir el-Medina in the Ramesside Period.

[V] Verner, M., Altägyptische Särge in den Museen und Sammlungen der Tschechoslowakei (Corpus Antiquitatum Aegyptiacarum, Tschechoslowakei, Lieferung 1), Prague, 1982.

Including coffins from Deir el-Medîna: nos. P 626, P 627, P. 628.

[V] Volante, M.A., Dati per la taratura dei metodi di calcolo della statura negli Egiziani antichi, Archivio per l'Antropologia e la Etnologia, Firenze 104 (1974), pp. 361-366.

The remains of eight individuals from Deir el-Medîna tomb No. 6, at present in the Collection Marro, are investigated. Not seen.

[V] [S] Walsem, R. van, Deir el-Medina as the Place of Origin of the Coffin of Anet in the Vatican (Inv.: XIII.2.1, XIII.2.2), in: R.J. Demarée and A. Egberts ed., Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD (Egyptologische Uitgaven 14), Leiden 2000, pp. 337-349.

[V] Zaki, M., Une table d’offrandes conservé au Musée de l’agriculture du Caire (inv. 1354), Égypte Nilotique et Méditerranéenne 4 (2011), pp. 103-106 [URL: http://recherche.univ-montp3.fr/egyptologie/enim].

Publication of an offering table belonging to a workman called 1y.

See also A: Andreu, Les artistes de Pharaon, 2002

Q: Pamminger, SAK 23 (1996)

S: Mahmoud, MDAIK 55 (1999)

T: Dodson, in: Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD, 2000

W: Wångstedt, Medelhavsmuseet Bulletin 4 (1964)

W: STELAE

 

[W] Adrom, F., "Der Gipfel der Frömmigkeit" (Soziale und funktionale Überlegungen zu Kultstelen am Beispiel der Stele Turin CG 50058 des Nfr-abw), Studien zur altägyptischen Kultur 33 (2005), pp. 1-28.

 

[W] Altenmüller, H., Amenophis I. als Mittler, Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Abteilung Kairo 37 (1981), pp. 1-7, pl. I.

Concerning a stela from a private collection at Hamburg, with high probability coming from Deir el-Medîna.

[W] [S] Bierbrier, M.L., Ipuy in Cracow, Studies in Ancient Art and Civilization 2 (1992), pp. 19-22.

Stela Cracow inv. no. 10.598, belonging to the draughtsman Amennakht and his father Ipuy.

[W] Bierbrier, M.L., and H.J.A. de Meulenaere, Hymne à Taouêret sur une stèle de Deir el-Médineh, in: Sundries in honour of Torgny Säve-Söderbergh (Boreas 13), Uppsala, 1984, pp. 23-32.

Concerning a stela from Art Gallery Glasgow (no inv. number given).

[W] Blumenthal, E., Der König im Schutz der Hathorkuh. Eine unveröffentlichte Stele des Ägyptischen Museums der Karl-Marx-Universität Leipzig, in: Recherches Archéologiques de 1984, Kraków, 1986, pp. 77-83.

Stela (inv. 5141) from Deir el-Medîna. Discussion on the cult of Hathor in the village.

[W] [Q] Blumenthal, E., Kuhgöttin und Gottkönig, Leipzig, 2001.

Full discussion of stela Leipzig Ägyptisches Museum 5141 (of the guardian Penbuy) and its religious implications.

[W] Boreux, Chr., La stèle C. 86 du Musée du Louvre et les stèles similaires, in: Mélanges syriens offerts à R. Dussaud. Tome 2, Paris, 1939 (= Bibl. Arch. Et hist. Haut commissariat de la République française en Syrie et au Liban. Service des Antiquités, 30), pp. 673-687.

Qudshu and Reshef stelae from Deir el-Medîna. Compare S: Letellier, RdE 27 (1975).

[W] [Q] Bosse-Griffiths, K., Baboon and Maid, in:Studien zu Sprache und Religion Ägyptens zu Ehren von Wolfhart Westendorf, Bd. 2: Religion, Göttingen, 1984, pp. 743-751.

About a stela, said to come from Deir el-Medîna because of the style of execution.

[W] [S] Broek, S. van den, Stela Edinburgh UC 52 and its Implications for Deir el Medina Genealogy, Jaarbericht van het Vooraziatisch-Egyptisch Genootschap Ex Oriente Lux 41 (2008-2009), pp. 95-101.

Publication and discussion of a stela dedicated to Amenhotep I and Ahmose Nefertari by the workman Nb-4wmn.w.

[W] [Q] Bruyère, B., Mert Seger à Deir el-Médineh, Le Caire, (1929-)1930 = Mémoires publiés par les membres de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale du Caire, 58.

[W] Bruyère, B., Quelques stèles trouvées par M. E. Baraize à Deir el-Médineh, Annales du Service des Antiquités de l'Égypte 25 (1925), pp. 76-96.

Stelae Cairo 43564, 43571 and 43656.

[W] Černý , J., Egyptian Stelae in the Bankes Collection, Oxford, 1958.

[W] Clère, J.J., Un monument de la religion populaire de l'époque ramesside, Revue d'Égyptologie 27 (1975), pp. 70-77.

Stela Bordeaux, Musée des Beaux-Arts (no inv. No.) dedicated by the sculptor Ken (tomb No. 4).

[W] Corteggiani, J.-P., Documents divers (VII-X), Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 75 (1975), pp. 147-157.

&8: Stela mentioning God's Father Anhotep, most probably from Deir el-Medîna (pp. 152-154).

[W] Criscenzo-Laycock, G., A New Ramesside Stela from Deir el-Medina, in: M. Collier and S. Snape ed., Ramesside Studies in Honour of K.A. Kitchen, Bolton, 2011, pp. 123-126.

Publication of stela fragment Liverpool World Museum 1973.2.340.

[W] [Q] Demarée, R.J., The Ax iqr n ra-Stelae. On Ancestor Worship in Ancient Egypt ([diss.] Egyptologische Uitgaven 3), Leiden, 1983.

[W] [Q] Demarée, R.J., More Ax iqr n ra-Stelae, Bibliotheca Orientalis 43 (1986), pp. 348-351.

Addition to Schulman, BiOr 43 (1986) (see below), and to the author's own study on the subject (see previous title).

[W] [S] Eid, Y.M., A Newly Discovered Stela of Neb-Amon, Annales du Service des Antiquités de l'Égypte 70 (1985).

[W] Erman, A., Denksteine aus der thebanischen Gräberstadt = Sitzungsberichte der Kön. Preussischen Ak.d.Wiss. Jahrgang 1911, Phil.-hist. Kl. 49, 1086-1110.

Several Deir el-Medîna stelae.

[W] Exell, K., The Senior Scribe Ramose (1) and the cult of the king: a social and historical reading of some private votive stelae from Deir el Medina in the reign of Ramesses II, in: R.J. Dann ed., Current Research in Egyptology 2004. Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Symposium, University of Durham 2004, Oxford, 2006, pp. 51-67.

 

[W] [N] [Q] Exell, K., Soldiers, Sailors and Sandalmakers. A Social Reading of Ramesside Period Votive Stelae (Golden House Publications Egyptology 10), London, 2009.

 

The majority of stelae investigated are from Deir el-Medina; special attention the site is given in chapter 4 (pp. 69-98): Festivals, Fertility and Divine Intervention at Deir el-Medina.

[W] Gaballa, G.A., Monuments of Prominent Men of Memphis, Abydos and Thebes, in: Orbis Aegyptiorum Speculum. Glimpses of Ancient Egypt. Studies in Honour of H.W. Fairman, Warminster, 1979, pp. 42-49.

III. Stela-fragment naming the Vizier Amenmose (pp. 48-49).

[W] [Q] Galán, J.M., Seeing Darkness, Chronique d'Égypte 74 (1999), 18-30.

About the phrase mAA kk.w in Deir el-Medina stelae (Bankes no. 6, BM 374, BM 589, Turin 50046, Turin 50050, Turin 50051 and Turin 50052).

[W] Godron, G., Un fragment de stèle au nom du sDm-aS xay-(m)-bxnt, Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 58 (1959), pp. 81-85.

[W] Griffin, K., An Ax iqr n Ra Stela from the Collection of the Egypt Centre, Swansea, in: T. Schneider and K. Szpakowska ed., Egyptian Stories. A British Egyptological tribute to Alan B. Lloyd on the Occasion of His Retirement (Alter Orient und Altes Testamant 347), Münster, 2007, pp. 137-147.

On stela fragment Swansea, Egypt Centre A232.

[W] Harrington, N., Funerary Furniture Made to Order? Stela UC 14228, in: D. Magee, J. Bourriau and S. Quirke ed., Sitting Beside epsius. Studies in Honour of Jaromir Malek at the Griffith Institute (Oriantalia Lovaniensia Analecta 185), Leuven etc., 2009, pp. 227-236.

[W] Hieroglyphic Texts from Egyptian Stelae etc. in the British Museum, London:

Part VI, 1922 (H.R. Hall)

Part VII, 1925 (H.R. Hall)

Part VIII, 1939 (I.E.S. Edwards)

Part 9, 1970 (T.G.H. James)

Part 10, 1982 (M.L. Bierbrier)

Part 11, 1987 (M.L. Bierbrier)

Part 12, 1993 (M.L. Bierbrier)

[W] [S] Hüttner, M., Die Votivstele des Vorarbeiters Chons (KHM Wien, ÄS Inv. Nr. 8212), Göttinger Miszellen 178 (2000), pp. 69-64.

[W] [S] Janssen, J.J., An Unusual Donation Stela of the Twentieth Dynasty, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 49 (1963), pp. 64-70.

Stela Brit. Mus. 588, a donation of Anherkhew (tomb 359).

[W] Janssen, J.M.A., Une stèle du dieu Reshef à Cambridge, Chronique d'Égypte XXV, No. 50 (1950), pp. 209-212.

[W] [Q] Kessler, D., Die Interpretation der ägyptischen Kultstele in Der el Medine, in: D. Kessler, R. Schulz, M. Ullmann, A. Verbovsek and S. Wimmer ed., Texte - Theben - Tonfragmente. Festschrift für Günter Burkard (Ägypten und Altes Testament 76), Wiesbaden, 2009, pp. 254-270.

[W] Klotz, D., Between Heaven and Earth in Deir el-Medina: Stela MMA 21.2.6, Studien zur altägyptischen Kultur 34 (2006), pp. 269-283, pl. 22.

[W] Kotodko, M., Stele Nowego Pánstwa w zbiorach Museum Narodowego w Warzawie, Rocznik Museum Narodowego w Warszawie 23 (1979), pp. 7-49.

A.o. stela inv.nr. 143341 MN from Deir el-Medîna (19th dyn.). Russian and French summaries.

[W] [Q] Kruchten, J.-M., Une stèle dédiée à Amenophis Ier et Ahmès Nefertari divinisés, in: S. Israelit-Groll ed., Studies in Egyptology Presented to Miriam Lichtheim II, Jerusalem, 1990, pp. 648-652, pls. on pp. 1116-1117.

Stela from a private collection in Brussels.

[W] Leibovitch, J., Un fragment de stèle d’dedié à Rechef, Annales du Service des Antiquités de l’Égypte 40 (1941), pp. 489-492, pl. XLV.

Fragment of a limestone stela (collection A. Varille) of the Scribe in the Place of truth Ramose.

[W] Málek, J., A Stela of the Draughtsman Pashed I of Deir el-Medina, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 77 (1991), pp. 176-179.

Concerning a stela once in the United Services Museum.

[W] Martin, G.T., Two Monuments of New Kingdom Date in North American Collections, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 68 (1982), pp. 81-84, pl. IX.

The second monument discussed is a limestone stela (Ax iqr n ra), possibly from Deir el-Medîna.

[W] Martin, G.T., Stelae from Egypt and Nubia in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, c. 3000 BC—AD 1150, Cambridge, 2005.

 

Includes stelae from Deir el-Medina: nos. 43, 44, 46, 49 and 51.

[W] Moje, J., Untersuchungen zur Hieroglyphischen Paläographie und Klassifizierung der Privatstelen der 19. Dynastie (Ägypten und Altes Testament 67), Wiesbaden, 2007.

Includes many stelae from Deir el-Medina.

[W] Negm, M., A Stela of Ramose from Deir el-Medina in the Cairo Museum, Discussions in Egyptology 54 (2002), pp. 97-104.

Publication and discussion of stela Cairo JE 72024 of the necropolis scribe Ramose.

[W] Noberasco, G., Analisi statistica di alcuni documenti di carattere religioso provenienti da Deir el Medina, Torino, 1977 = Catalogo del Museo Egizio di Torino. Serie seconda = Collezioni, Vol. I - Appendice.

Quantification of data of Deir el-Medîna religious documents attesting the attitude of the necropolis workmen toward the gods. Appendix to Tosi, Roccati, Stele e altre epigrafi di Deir el Medina, 1972 (see below).

[W] Peterson, B.J., Zwei neue Dokumente zum Ahnenkult in Deir el Medineh, Medelhavsmuseet Bulletin 19 (1984), pp. 19-23.

Concerning two Ax iqr n ra stelae, being the nos. NME 50 and NME 61.

[W] [Q] Radwan, A., Darstellungen der aufgehenden Sonne auf einigen Stelen der Ramessidenzeit, in: Studien zu Sprache und Religion Ägyptens zu Ehren von Wolfhart Westendorf, Bd. 2: Religion, Göttingen, 1984, pp. 823-831.

The 5th stela discussed belongs to one iAb-nnA from Deir el-Medîna.

[W] Roccati, A., Per un "capace spirito di Ra", in: Hommages à S. Sauneron. I. Égypte Pharaonique, Le Caire, 1979, pp. 281-283.

Stela Turin 50015 of Pahatia mentioning on its sides the sS-qd Amennakhte and his father Ipuy.

See also above: Demarée, The Ax iqr n ra-Stelae, 1983.

[W] Sauneron, S., Deux mentions d'Houroun, Revue d'Égyptologie 7 (1950), pp. 121-126.

Two ex-voto's from Deir el-Medîna mentioning the god Horon.

[W] Schulman, A.R., Some Observations on the Ax iqr n ra-Stelae, Bibliotheca Orientalis 43 (1986), pp. 302-348.

Study on a group of stelae, many of which derive from Deir el-Medîna, although the author argues that no specific Deir el-Medîna practice is concerned. See also above: Demarée, The Ax iqr n ra-Stelae, 1983; Demarée, BiOr 43 (1986).

[W] [X] Scott, N.E., A Stela and an Ostracon: Two Acquisitions from Deir el-Medînah, Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art 21, No. 4 (December, 1962), pp. 149-153.

Stela of the sculptor Ken (tomb No. 4), and a figured ostracon.

[W] Teeter, E., A Family of Priests of the Deified Amenhotep I (Chicago OIM 11107), in: S.H. D'Auria ed., Servant of Mut. Studies in Honor of Richard A. Fazzini (Probleme der Ägyptologie 28), Leiden - Boston, 2008, pp. 235-241.

[W] Tosi, M., and A. Roccati, Stele e altre epigrafi di Deir el Medina. N. 50001 - N. 50262, Torino, [1972] = Catalogo del Museo Egizio di Torino. Serie seconda - Collezioni, Vol. 1.

See also above: Noberasco, Analisi statistica, 1977. For an important review see E.S. Bogoslovsky, Vestnik Drevnej Istorii 2 (132), 1975, pp. 154-162.

[W] Tosi, M., Un nuovo documento da Deir el Medina (Scavi nel Museo Egizio di Torino XII), Oriens Antiquus 23 (1984), pp. 121-122.

Small stela dedicated to Mr.t-sgr (no inv. no. given).

[W] [J] [Q] Toye, N., A particular form of Amun at Deir el-Medina: Amun-Re n Ab.t jmn or Amun-Re n Ab.(w)t Jmn?, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 95 (2009), pp. 257-263.

Publication and discussion of stela BM EA 812, the single source for this particular cult of Amun-Re.

[W] Valbelle, D., Témoignages du Nouvel Empire sur les cultes de Satis et d'Anoukis à Élephantine et à Deir el-Médineh, Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 75 (1975), pp. 123-145.

Monuments 7-10 (three stelae and a sistrum) from Deir el-Medîna.

[W] Varille, A., Une réprésentation ramesside du bélier d’Amon, Annales du Service des Antiquités de l’Égypte 40 (1941), pp. 563 and 564, pl. LVIII.

Limestone ‘plaque’ probably dedicated by the workman Hay.

[W] Vittozzi, G.C., Qualche considerazione su una stele da Deir el-Medina all’Ashmolean Museum di Oxford, Archeogate Newsletter 17 (2007) [URL: http://www.archeogate.org/egittologia/article.php?id=620].

 

Translation and discussion of Ashmolean Museum stela inv. No. 1961.232.

[W] [V] Wångstedt, S., Vier Stelen und eine Opfertafel aus Deir el-Medineh, Medelhavsmuseet Bulletin 4 (1964), pp. 3-12.

[W] Wilbrink, H., Stelae and Stelophorous Statues with Hymns to the Sun in Deir el-Medina Tomb Chapels, in: J-C. Goyon and C. Cardin ed., Proceedings of the Ninth International Congress of Egyptologists/Actes du Neuvième Congrès International des Égyptologues, Grenoble, 6-12 septembre 2004 (Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 150) II, Leuven etc. 2007, pp. 1952-1957

See also A: Andreu, Les artistes de Pharaon, 2002

Q: Gunn, JEA 3 (1916); Vernus, in: Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD, 2000

S: Bierbrier, in: Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD, 2000; Bierbrier, in: Studies Lichtheim, 1990; Letellier, RdE 27 (1975); Mahmoud, MDAIK 55 (1999); Silverman, in: Studies Hughes, 1976

V: Raven, in: Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD, 2000

X: FIGURED OSTRACA

 

[X] Brunner-Traut, E., Die altägyptischen Scherbenbilder (Bildostraka) der Deutschen Museen und Sammlungen, Wiesbaden, 1956.

See also Mekhitarian, CdÉ 32 (1957), 59-63.

[X] Brunner-Traut, E., Egyptian Artists' Sketches. Figured Ostraka from the Gayer-Anderson Collection in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, Istabul, 1979 = Uitgaven van het Nederlands Historisch-Archeologisch Instituut te Istanbul, 45.

[X] Dorn, A., Men at Work. Zwei Ostraka aus dem Tal der Könige mit nicht-kanonischen Darstellungen von Arbeitern, Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts Abteilung Kairo 61 (2005), pp. 1-11, pl. 1-4.

Publication and discussion of ostraca KV 18/6.872 and KV 18/6.435, which depictions of workmen and tools.

[X] Engelbach, R., An Architect's Project from Thebes, Annales du Service des Antiquités de l'Égypte 27 (1927), 72-75 with plate.

Discussion and photograph of ostracon Cairo JE 51936, for which see also Reeves, CdÉ 61 (1986) and Roik, GM 166 (1998).

[X] Gasse, A., Catalogue des ostraca figurés de Deir el-Médineh. Nos. 3100-3372, fasc. 5 (Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale du Caire. Documents de Fouilles 23), Cairo, 1986.

[X] Houlihan, P.F., A Figured Ostracon with a Humorous Scene of Judgment, MVSE. Annual of the Museum of Art and Archaeology, University of Missouri-Columbia 25 (1991), 30-35.

Publication of ostracon acc. no. 63.6.7 in the Museum of Art and Archaeology of the University of Missouri-Columbia, a drawing of which is also published in P.F. Houlihan, The Birds of Ancient Egypt, Warminster 1986, p. 134, fig. 191.

[X] Houlihan, P.F., Wit & Humour in Ancient Egypt, London, 2001.

Ostraca and papyri from the Theban necropolis are discussed in chapters 3 and 4.

[X] Janssen, J.J., Pictorial Clothing Lists on Deir el-Medîna Ostraca, Göttinger Miszellen 131 (1992), pp. 55-60.

See also below: Vogelsang-Eastwood, GM 128 (1992).

[X] Keimer, L. Études d'égyptologie. Fascicule III. Sur un certain nombre d'ostraca figurées, de plaquette sculptées, etc., provenant de la nécropole thébaine et encore inédits, Le Caire, 1941. Notes additionelles + corrections adjointes au fascicule III, in: L. Keimer, Études d'égyptologie. Fascicule IV, Le Caire, 1842, pp. 26-29.

[X] Killen, G., and L. Weiss, Markings on Objects of Daily Use from Deir El-Medina. Ownership Marks or Administrative Aids?, in: P. Andrássy, J. Budka & F. Kammerzell ed., Non-Textual Marking Systems, Writing and Pseudo Script from Prehistory to Modern Times (Lingua Aegyptia - Studia monographica 8), Göttingen, 2009, pp. 137-158.

Includes the publication and discussion of O. Florence 2628, 2629 and 2630.

[X] Mekhitarian, review of: E. Brunner Traut, Die altägyptischen Scherbenbilder, 1956, Chronique d'Égypte 32 (1957), 59-63.

Review includes the publication of five more figured ostraca from the Museo Egizio, Turin: one without number, Cat. 1055, Cat. 111, Cat. 127 and Suppl. 9545.

[X] Minault-Gout, A., Carnets de pierre, Paris, 2002.

General on figured ostraca.

[X] Minault-Gout, A., Deux “oublies” du Caire: ostraca figurés JE 49111 et 63807, in: Mamdouh Eldamaty and Mai Trad ed., Egyptian Museum Collections Around the World. Studies for the Centennial of the Egyptian Museum, Cairo vol. II, Cairo, 2002, pp. 825-829.

Publication of two figured ostraca; the first from Sheikh Abd el-Qurna, the second from Deir el-Medina.

[X] Page, A., Ancient Egyptian Figured Ostraca in the Petrie Collection, Warminster, 1983.

The provenance of most of these ostraca is unknown, but may well be Deir el-Medîna in some cases.

[X] Peterson, B., Zeichnungen aus einer Totenstadt, Bildostraka aus Theben-West, ihre Fundplätze, Themata und Zweckbereiche mitsamt einem Katalog der Gayer-Anderson-Sammlung in Stockholm = Medelhavsmuseet Bulletin 7-8 (1973).

[X] Polz, D., An Architect's Sketch from the Theban Necropolis, Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Abteilung Kairo 53 (1997), 233-240, pl. 33.

Sandstone ostracon from the newly discovered tomb K93.11 at Dra' Abu el-Naga, with a plan of the second court of this structure. Other inscribed stone fragments from this site mention the high priest of Amun Ramessesnakht.

[X] Pomerantseva, N., The Sketches on ostraca or "The sheets of sketch-book" of ancient egyptian masters, in: G.M. Zaccone and T.R. di Netro ed., Sesto Congresso Internazionale di Egittologia. Atti I, Turin, 1992, pp. 513-520.

Distinguishes between canonical and non-canonical ways of representation on ostraca, and compares these to wall-paintings in tombs.

[X] Pomerantseva, N., The Ostraca-Drawings as a Reflection of Canonical and Non-Canonical Art, in: Mamdouh Eldamaty and Mai Trad ed., Egyptian Museum Collections Around the World. Studies for the Centennial of the Egyptian Museum, Cairo vol. II, Cairo, 2002, pp. 979-989.

[X] [U] Reeves, C.N., Two Architectural Drawings from the Valley of the Kings, Chronique d'Égypte 61 (1986), pp. 43-49.

Two ostraca from Cairo (number unknown and JE 51936), representing parts of tombs of Ramesses IV and (probably) Sethos II.

[X] [T] [U] Roik, E., Die zwei Längenmaßsysteme in Deir el Medine, Göttinger Miszellen 166 (1998), 65-75.

The two systems discussed are the nbi and the royal cubit, evidence for which is found in the mudbricks of the village, ostracon Cairo JE 51936 (mistakenly referred to as "CG 25538"), and the royal tombs KV 14 and KV 15.

[X] [U] Rummel, U., Ein Bildostrakon aus dem Tal der Könige: Der Gott Iunmutef als Dekorationselement der Pfeilerfronten in den Gräbern der Familie Ramses’ II., Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts Abteilung Kairo 59 (2003), pp. 389-409, pls. 65 and 66.

Publication of O. MMA 14.6.212; comparison with the decoration of several tombs in the Valley of Kings and the Valley of Queens.

[X] Strouhal, E., Three figured ostraka from the Ancient Egyptian collection of the Náprstek Museum, Annals of the Náprstek Museum 15 (1988), pp. 47-48.

Publication of ostraca Náprstek Museum nos. P 2059, P 2060 and P 2061.

[X] Van Siclen, Ch.C., A Ramesside ostracon of Queen Isis, Journal of Near Eastern Studies 33 (1974), pp. 150-153.

O. Or. Inst. Chicago 17006.

[X] Vandier d'Abbadie, J., Catalogue des ostraca figurés de Deir el Médineh, Le Caire

Nos 2001 à 2255, 1936 = Documents de fouilles 2,1

Nos 2256 à 2722, 1937 = Documents de fouilles 2,2

[Texte + Nos 2723 à 2733], 1946 = Documents de fouilles 2,3

Nos 2734 à 3053, 1959 = Documents de fouilles 2,4

See also above: Gasse, Catalogue, 1986.

[X] Vandier d'Abbadie, J., Deux nouveaux ostraca figurés, Annales du Service des Antiquités de l'Égypte 40 (1940/41), pp. 467-488.

[X] Vandier d'Abbadie, J., Deux ostraca figurés, Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 56 (1957), pp. 21-34.

[X] Vandier d'Abbadie, J., Deux sujets originaux sur ostraca figurés, Revue d'Égyptologie 12 (1960), pp. 83-88.

[X] Vandier d'Abbadie, J., Un monument inédit de Ramsès VII au Musée du Louvre, Journal of Near Eastern Studies 9 (1950), pp. 134-136.

[X] Vogelsang-Eastwood, G.M., Deciphering a Pictorial Clothing List, Göttinger Miszellen 128 (1992), pp. 105-111.

See also above: Janssen, GM 131 (1992).

[X] Werbrouck, M., Ostraca à figures, Bulletin. Musées Royaux d'Art et d'Histoire, Bruxelles,

3e série, 4 (1932), pp. 106-109

6 (1934), pp. 138-140

11 (1939), pp. 41-45

25 (1953), pp. 93-111

Discussion, drawings and photographs of figured ostraca in Brussels.

See also A: Andreu, Les artistes de Pharaon, 2002

D: Demarée, Ramesside Ostraca, 2002

E: Pavlasová, Zeme Pyramid a Faraonu, 1997

I: Borla, in: La scuola nell’antico Egitto, 1997

U: Keller, Newsletter ARCE 115 (1981); Keller, in: Fragments of a Shattered Visage, 1991; Keller, in: Deir el-Médineh et la Vallée des Rois, 2003

Y: Scott, BMMA 21 (1962)

Y: HISTORY AND DOCUMENTS

 

[Y] Aldred, C., More Light on the Ramesside Tomb Robberies, in: Glimpses of Ancient Egypt (Studies Fairman), Warminster, 1979, pp. 92-99.

Relates the events at Thebes at the end of the XXth Dynasty.

[Y] [E] [U] Altenmüller, H., Das präsumptive Begräbnis des Siptah, Studien zur altägyptischen Kultur 23 (1996), pp. 1-9.

O. Cairo CG 25792, it is argued, does not refer to the burial of King Siptah, but possibly to that of the chancellor Bay in regnal year 4 of Siptah. The evidence discussed also includes O. Cairo CG 25794 and the tombs KV 13 (Bay) and KV 14 (Twosre).
See also below: Altenmüller, GM 171 (1999)

[Y] Altenmüller, H., Die verspätete Beisetzung des Siptah, Göttinger Miszellen 145 (1995), pp. 29-36.

[Y] [E] [U] Altenmüller, H., Zwei Ostraka und ein Baubefund. Zum Tod des Schatzkanzlers Bay im 3. Regierungsjahr des Siptah, Göttinger Miszellen 171 (1999), 13-18.

Reassessment of the evidence given by ostraca Cairo CG 25792 and JE 72451 and tomb KV 13; jar-dockets from Siptah's year 4 are also taken into consideration.
Reconstruction of events around the last year of Siptah and the Nineteenth Dynasty.

[Y] Amer, A.A.A., Reflections on the Reign of Ramesses VI, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 71 (1985), pp. 66-70.

[Y] [E] [J] Barnett, R.D. and J. Černý , King Ini-tesub of Carchemish in an Egyptian Document, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 33 (1947), p. 94.

Reference to O. Cairo 25807, early XIXth Dynasty.

[Y] Beckerath, J. von, Die Reihenfolge der letzten Könige der 19. Dynastie, Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft 106 (1956), pp. 241-251.

[Y] Beckerath, J. von, Drei Thronbesteigungsdaten der XX. Dynastie, Göttinger Miszellen 79 (1984), pp. 7-9.

Based on various ostraca and papyri from Deir el-Medîna: accession dates of Ramesses VI, IX, X.

[Y] Beckerath, J. von, Bemerkungen zum Problem der Thronfolge in der Mitte der XX. Dynastie, Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Abteilung Kairo 40 (1984), pp. 1-5.

Concerning P. Tur. 1885 and the succession of Ramesses VII-VIII.

[Y] Beckerath, J. von, Zur Regierung Sethnachtes, in: U. Luft ed., The Intellectual Heritage of Egypt. Studies presented to László Kákosy by friends and colleagues on the occasion of his 60th birtday (Studia Aegyptiaca 14), Budapest, 1992, pp. 63-67.

Discusses the change of rule between Twosre and Sethnakht.

[Y] Beckerath, J. von, Chronologie des ägyptischen Neuen Reiches (Hildesheimer ägyptologische Beiträge 39), Hildesheim 1994.

Relative and absolute chronology of the New Kingdom. Much of the textual evidence discussed is from Deir el-Medîna (see especially parts IV and V, pp. 64-116).

[Y] Beckerath, J. von, Die Thronbesteigungsdaten Ramses' V. und VII., Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde 122 (1995), pp. 97-100.

Mainly using data from Deir el-Medîna documents.

[Y] Beckerath, J. von, Nochmals die Thronbesteigungsdaten Ramses V. und VII., Göttinger Miszellen 157 (1997), pp. 7-10.

[Y] Beckerath, J. von, Zur Geschichte der mittleren XX. Dynastie, Göttinger Miszellen 188 (2002), pp. 15-19.

On the accession dates of Ramesses V and VII; the author argues that the former came to the throne shortly before I pr.t, the latter on III pr.t 30.

[Y] Beckerath, J. von, Nochmals das Thronbesteigungsdatum Merenptahs, Göttinger Miszellen 191 (2002), pp. 5 and 6.

The author presents evidence for II Ax.t 5 as the accession date of Merenptah.

[Y] Bell, L., Only One High Priest Ramessenakht and the Second Prophet Nesamun his Younger Son, Serapis 6 (1980), pp. 7-27.

I.a. dating Theban graffito 1860a to year 8 of Ramesses VI, against Bierbrier, JEA 58 (1972) and 61 (1975) (see below).

[Y] [G] Bierbrier, M.L., The Length of the Reign of Ramesses X, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 61 (1975), p. 251.

Theban graffito 1860a mentioning chief workman Amennakhte. Compare Bierbrier, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 58 (1972) (see below).

[Y] [E] Bierbrier, M.L., Notes on Deir el-Medina. I. The Dating of the Verso of O. DeM 621, The Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities. Journal 8 (1977-1978), pp. 35-38.

[Y] [G] Bierbrier, M.L., A Second High Priest Ramessesnakht?, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 58 (1972), pp. 195-199.

Theban graffito 1860a mentioning chief workman Amennakhte. Compare Bierbrier, JEA 61 (1975); Bell, Serapis 6 (1980) (see above).

[Y] [L] Broekman, G.P.F., The founders of the twenty-first dynasty and their family relationships, Göttinger Miszellen 191 (2002), pp. 11-18.

Argument based i.a. on evidence from the Late Ramesside Letters.

[Y] Callender, V.G., Queen Tausret and the End of Dynasty 19, Studien zur altägyptischen Kultur 32 (2004), pp. 81-104.

[Y] Cannuyer, C., Brelan de "Pharaons" Ramses XI, Thoutmosis III et Hatshepsout, in: S. Israelit-Groll ed., Studies in Egyptology Presented to Miriam Lichtheim I, Jerusalem, 1990, pp. 98-115.

Pp. 98-105: on the accession date of Ramesses XI (P. Mayer A, Adoption Papyrus = P. Ashm. 1945.96). Cf. below: Helck, SAK 17 (1990).

[Y] Cannuyer, Ch., Encore la date de l'accession au thrône de Ramsès XI, Göttinger Miszellen 132 (1993), pp. 19-20.

Reaction on Helck, SAK 17 (1990) (see below).

[Y] [F] Černý , J., Datum des Todes Ramses' III. und der Thronbesteigung Ramses IV., Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde 72 (1936), pp. 109-118.

I.a. publication of P. Turin 1949+1946, vso. 1,5-16, and fixation of the date of the death of Ramses III and accession to the throne of Ramses IV on account of Deir el-Medîna documents.

[Y] Černý , J., A Note on the Chancellor Bay, Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde 93 (1966), pp. 35-39.

O. Cairo 25766 offers material on the position of the chancellor Bay. See also E: Posener, in: Fragen an die altägyptische Literatur, 1977.

[Y] [E] Christophe, L.-A., Les enseignements de l'ostracon 148 de Deir el-Médineh, Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 52 (1953), pp. 113-128-144.

The historical events of O. DeM 148 (date year 27 of Ramses III) and the historical conclusions. Pp. 129-144 contain 11 tables.

[Y] [S] Collier, M., Dating Late XIXth Dynasty Ostraca (Egyptologische Uitgaven 18), Leiden, 2004.

Analysis of Late Nineteenth Dynasty ostraca bearing lists of workmen’s names; building on, and modifying, the conclusions reached by Janssen, Village Varia, 1997, pp. 99-109. Turnus lists are reconstructed for both sides of the gang. Unpublished ostraca are also included (with photographs), notably from the Ashmolean Museum.

[Y] [M] Collier, M., A. Dodson and G. Hamernik, P. BM EA 10052, Anthony Harris, and Queen Tyti, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 96 (2010), pp. 242-247.

[Y] [U] Daressy, G., Les listes des princes du commencement de la XVIIIe dynastie à Deir el-Médineh, in: Recueil d’études égyptologiques dédiées à la mémoire de Jean-François Champollion à l’occasion du centenaire de la Lettre à M. Dacier relative à l’alphabet des hiéroglyphes phonétiques (Bibliothèque de l’École des Hautes Études. Scciences historiques et philologiques 234), Paris, 1922, pp. 283-296.

[Y] Dautzenberg, N., Einige Bemerkungen zu einigen Thronnamen des Neuen Reiches und ihren politischen Aussagen sowie zur Person des Sethnacht, Göttinger Miszellen 156 (1997), pp. 37-46.

[Y] Demarée, R.J., Quelques textes de la fin de la XXe et du début de la XXIe dynastie, in: G. Andreu ed., Deir el-Médineh et la Vallée des Rois. La vie en Égypte au temps des pharaons du Nouvel Empire. Actes du colloque organisé par le musée du Louvre les 3 et 4 mai 2002, Paris, 2003, pp. 235-251

[Y] Demarée, R.J., The King is Dead - Long Live the King, Göttinger Miszellen 137 (1993), pp. 49-52.

On the accession dates of Ramesside kings. Especially concerned with P. Turin Cat. 2097/161+2105 vs. And P. Turin Cat. 2044.

[Y] Dodson, A., Amenmesse in Kent, Liverpool, and Thebes, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 81 (1995), pp. 115-128.

On fragments of a rock-stela, probably from the 'Oratory of Ptah'.

[Y] [E] [S] Egberts, A., Piankh, Herihor, Dhutmose and Butehamun: a fresh look at O. Cairo CG 25744 and 25745, Göttinger Miszellen 160 (1997), 23-25.

[Y] Eyre, C.J., The Reign-Length of Ramesses VII, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 66 (1980), pp. 168-190.

Historical study based on P. Tur. 1883+2095.

[Y] Goldberg, J., Was Piankh the Son of Herihor after all?, Göttinger Miszellen 174 (2000), pp. 49-58.

[Y] [U] Graefe, E., Über die Goldmenge des Alten Ägypten und die Beraubung der thebanischen Königsgräber, Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde 126 (1999), 19-40.

It is argued that the weight of the deben as a measure of silver and gold was less than that of the copper deben. The second part of the article discusses the removal of gold from royal burials at the end of the New Kingdom; particular attention is paid to the sarcophagus of Ramesses VI.

[Y] Haring, B., Libyans in the Late Twentieth Dynasty, in: R.J. Demarée and A. Egberts ed., Village Voices. Proceedings of the symposium 'Texts from Deir el-Medîna and their interpretation, Leiden, May 31 - June 1, 1991 (CNWS Publications 13), Leiden, 1992, pp. 71-80.

Discussion of some documents, mainly from Deir el-Medîna, concerning the presence of Libyans in Thebes. See also below: Haring, in: Sesto Congresso ... II, 1993; Jansen-Winkeln, Biblische Notizen 71 (1994).

[Y] Haring, B., Libyans in the Theban region, 20th Dynasty, in: G.M. Zaccone and T.R. di Netro ed., Sesto Congresso Internazionale di Egittologia, Atti II, Turin, 1993, pp. 159-165.

Shorter version of Haring, in: Village Voices, 1992 (see above).

[Y] Harris, J.R., How Long was the Reign of Horemheb?, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 54 (1968), pp. 95-99.

On the importance of O. Toronto A,11 as a source for the length of the reign of Horemheb.

[Y] Helck, W., Bemerkungen zu den Thronbesteigungen im Neuen reich, in: Studie Biblica et Orientalia. Vol. III, Oriens Antiquus, Roma, 1959 (= Analecta Biblica, 12), pp. 113-129.

Many Deir el-Medîna documents used for the reigns of Amenophis I and the Ramessides.

[Y] Helck, Zur Geschichte der 19. Und 20. Dynastie, Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft 105 (1955), pp. 27-52.

[Y] Helck, W., Historische Schwachstellen III, Göttinger Miszellen 70 (1984), pp. 31-32.

Concerning succession Ramesses X-XI, based on various documents from Deir el-Medîna. Reaction to Parker, Revue d'Égyptologie 11 (1957), pp. 163 ff.

[Y] Helck, W., Drei Ramessidische Daten, Studien zur altägyptischen Kultur 17 (1990), pp. 206-214.

Chronological discussion on the accession dates of Ramesses II and Sethos I, the work on the tomb of Tausret, and on the accession date of Ramesses IX (various documents discussed).

[Y] Helck, W., Begräbnis Pharaos, in: U. Luft ed., The Intellectual Heritage of Egypt. Studies presented to László Kákosy by friends and colleagues on the occasion of his 60th birthday (Studia Aegyptiaca 14), Budapest, 1992, pp. 267-276.

Note to O. Cairo CG 25504, 25792, O. Turin CG 57366, P. Turin Cat. 1923, 2002, and 2044.

[Y] [F] Helck, W., Die Datierung des Papyrus Greg, in: D. Kessler and R. Schulz ed., Gedenkschrift für Winfried Barta (Münchner Ägyptologische Untersuchungen 4), Frankfurt am Main, 1995, pp. 199-213.

Proposes to date the Papyrus Greg under Siptah, and discusses some of the consequences.

See also below: Janssen, Village Varia, 1997.

[Y] Jansen-Winkeln, K., Das Ende des Neuen Reiches, Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde 119 (1992), pp. 22-37.

Discusses the transition of the 20th to the 21st dynasties; proposes to have Piankh preceding Herihor.

[Y] Jansen-Winkeln, K., Der Schreiber Butehamun, Göttinger Miszellen 139 (1994), pp. 35-40.

Contra Niwinski, in Gegengabe, 1992 (see below).

[Y] Jansen-Winkeln, K., Der Beginn der libyschen Herrschaft in Ägypten, Biblische Notizen 71 (1994), pp. 78-97.

Includes material from Deir el-Medîna. See also above: Haring, in: Village Voices, 1992.

[Y] [M] Jansen-Winkeln, K., Die Plünderung der Königsgräber des Neuen reiches, Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde 122 (1995), pp. 62-78.

Attributes the looting of the royal tombs at Thebes to the officials of the incoming 21st dynasty.

[Y] Jansen-Winkeln, K., Die thebanischen Gründer der 21. Dynastie, Göttinger Miszellen 157 (1997), pp. 49-74.

[Y] Jansen-Winkeln, Die Wahl des Königs durch Orakel in der 20. Dynastie, Bulletin de la Société d'Égyptologie de Genève 23 (1999), pp. 51-61.

Sources discussed include P. Turin Cat. 1882, P. Turin CGT 54031 and O. Florence 2619.

[Y] [F] Janssen, J.J., The Elusive Date of the Papyrus Amiens, Göttinger Miszellen 155 (1996), pp. 61-66.

[Y] Janssen, J.J., Once Again the Accession Date of Ramesses IX, Göttinger Miszellen 191 (2002), pp. 59-65.

[Y] [E] [F] [N] [P] [S] Janssen, J.J., Village Varia. Ten Studies on the History and Administration of Deir el-Medîna (Egyptologische Uitgaven 11), Leiden, 1997.

Ch. I: The sources of the Workmen's Provisions; Ch. II: Rations and Ranks; Ch. III: Fish and Fishermen; Ch. IV: Women and Gifts; Ch. V: Administrative Terms for Absences from the Workshop; Ch. VI: Amenmesse and After: The Chronology of the late Nineteenth Dynasty Ostraca; Ch. VII: An early Journal of the Necropolis: Papyrus Greg; Ch. VIII: The Accession Date of Ramesses VI and Dating Undated Ostraca; Ch. IX: The Seth-Sign as Dating Criterion; Ch. X: Visits to the Necropolis by Dignitaries.

[Y] [E] Janssen, J.J., Year 8 of Ramesses VI Attested, Göttinger Miszellen 29 (1978), pp. 45-46.

O. IFAO 1425 (unpubl.).

[Y] Keller, C.A., Speculations Concerning Interconnections Between the Royal Policy and Reputation of Ramesses IV, in: D. Silverman ed., For His Ka. Essays Offered in Memory of Klaus Baer (Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilization 55), Chicago, 1994, pp. 145-157.

Also dealing with the reputation of Ramesses IV among the necropolis workmen.

[Y] Kitchen, K.A., Ramesses VII and the Twentieth Dynasty, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 58 (1972), pp. 182-194.

Inscription on a sandstone doorjamb in a Deir el-Medîna tomb in which Ramesses VII refers to Ramesses VI as "his father".

[Y] Krauss, R., Untersuchungen zu König Amenmesse, Studien zur altägyptischen Kultur 4 (1976), pp. 161-199 and 5 (1977), pp. 131-174.

For a critical review, see below: Osing, SAK 7 (1979). See also below: Krauss, SAK 24 (1997).

[Y] Krauss, R., Zur historischen Einordnung Amenmesses und zur Chronologie der 19./20, Dynastie, Göttinger Miszellen 45 (1981), pp. 27-33.

Based on dates of the Valley Festival in Deir el-Medîna documents.

[Y] Krauss, R., Korrekturen und Ergänzungen zur Chronologie des MR und NR - Ein Zwischenbericht -, Göttinger Miszellen 70 (1984), pp. 37-43.

Including chronological evidence from Deir el-Medîna from various reigns of dyn. 19-20, and the festival dates of Amenophis I.

[Y] [E] Krauss, R., Nur ein kurioser Irrtum oder ein Beleg für die Jahre 26 und 27 von Haremhab?, Discussions in Egyptology 30 (1994), 73-85.

Alternative interpretation of O. IFAO 1254. Cf. E: Janssen, BIFAO 84 (1984).

[Y] Krauss, R., Untersuchungen zu König Amenmesse: Nachträge, Studien zur altägyptischen Kultur 24 (1997), pp. 161-184.

Additions to Krauss, SAK 4 (1976) and 5 (1977); see above.

[Y] Larson, J.A., The Date of the Regnal Year Change in the Reign of Ramesses II, Serapis 3 (1975-1976), pp. 17-21.

[Y] Niwinski, A., Bürgerkrieg, militärischer Staatsstreich und Ausnahmezustand in Ägypten unter Ramses XI. Ein Versuch neuer Interpretation der alten Quellen, in: I. Gamer-Wallert and W. Helck ed., Gegengabe. Festschrift für Emma Brunner-Traut, Tübingen, 1992, pp. 235-262.

See also above: Jansen-Winkeln, GM 139 (1994).

[Y] [M] Ohlhafer, K., Zum Thronbesteigungsdatum Ramses' XI. und zur Abfolge der Grabräuberpapyri aus Jahr 1 und 2 wHm-mswt, Göttinger Miszellen 135 (1993), pp. 59-72.

Argues against the emendations by Helck and Niwinski in P. Mayer A; keeps to III Smw 20 as the accession date of Ramesses XI.

[Y] Osing, J., Zur Geschichte der späten 19. Dynastie, Studien zur altägyptischen Kultur 7 (1979), pp. 253-271.

Criticism of Krauss, SAK 4 (1976) and 5 (1977); see above.

[Y] Peden, A.J., The Reign of Ramesses IV, Warminster, 1994.

Deals with various aspects of the workmen's community: pp. 20-22 (Libyans); 73-75 (administrative authorities); 100-104 (translated texts).

[Y] [G] Peden, A.J., A Note on the Accession Date of Merenptah, Göttinger Miszellen 140 (1994), 69.

Based on West-Theban graffito 854 (b) + 855.

[Y] Pestman, P.W., The "Last Will of Naunakhte" and the Accession Date of Ramesses V, in: R.J. Demarée and J.J. Janssen ed., Gleanings from Deir el-Medîna (Egyptologische Uitgaven 1), Leiden, 1982, pp. 173-181.

[Y] [E] Philips, A.K., Horemheb, Founder of the XIXth Dynasty? O. Cairo 25646 Reconsidered, Orientalia 46 (1977), pp. 116-121.

Monuments of Deir el-Medîna with respect to Horemheb's position.

[Y] [E] Sauneron, S., La tradition officielle relative à la XVIIIe dynastie d'après un ostracon de la Vallée des Rois, Chronique d'Égypte XXVI, No. 51 (1951), pp. 46-49.

O. Cairo 25646, containing a kings' list, from Deir el-Medîna.

[Y] Schmitz, F.-J., Amenophis I. Versuch einer Darstellung der Regierungszeit eines ägyptischen Herrschers der frühen 18. Dynastie, Hildesheim, 1978 = Hildesheimer Ägyptologische Beiträge, 6.

Deir el-Medîna is referred to throughout.

[Y] Schneider, T., Siptah und Beja. Neubeurtelung einer historischen Konstellation, Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde 130 (2003), pp. 134-146.

The author identifies Ir-sw of P. Harris I 75, 4-5 as King Siptah, and gives a new presentation of historical events in the late Nineteenth Dynasty.

[Y] Schneider, T., Conjectures about Amenmesse: Historical, Biographical, Chronological, in: M. Collier and S. Snape ed., Ramesside Studies in Honour of K.A. Kitchen, Bolton, 2011, pp. 445-451.

[Y] [L] [S] Taylor, J.H., Nodjmet, Payankh and Herihor. The End of the New Kingdom Reconsidered, in: C.J. Eyre ed., Proceedings of the Seventh International Congress of Egyptologists, Cambridge, 3-9 September 1995 (Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 82), Leuven 1998, 1143-1155.

Historical and genealogical discussion proceeding from the historical sequence Payankh-Herihor-Pinodjem I as proposed by Janssen-Winkeln, ZÄS 119 (1992); reconstruction of the family relationships between these rulers and the 21st Dynasty at Tanis. Also including evidence from the Late Ramesside Letters.

[Y] Thijs, A., Piankh's Second Nubian Campaign, Göttinger Miszellen 165 (1998), pp. 99-104.

Based on new readings of some Late Ramesside Letters the author advocates a second Nubian campaign of Piankh.

[Y] Thijs, A., "Please Tell Amon to Bring me back from Yar". Dhutmose's Visits to Nubia, Göttinger Miszellen 177 (2000), pp. 63-70.

[Y] [M] Thijs, A., Reconsidering the End of the Twentieth Dynasty, part I: the Fisherman Pnekhtemope and the Date of BM 10054, Göttinger Miszellen 167 (1998), 95-108.

Discussing chronological implications of the tomb-robberies recorded for the reign of Ramesses IX and for the wHm ms.w.t era, concentrating on papyrus BM 10054. See also the following title.

[Y] [M] Thijs, A., Reconsidering the End of the Twentieth Dynasty, part II, Göttinger Miszellen 170 (1999), 83-99.

Sequel to the previous title. The author suggests that Ramesses XI reigned simultaneously with Ramesses IX and X.

[Y] Thijs, A., Reconsidering the End of the Twentieth Dynasty Part III: Some Hitherto Unrecognised Documents from the wHm mswt, Göttinger Miszellen 173 (1999), pp. 175-192.

[Y] Thijs, A., Reconsidering the End of the Twentieth Dynasty, part IV: The Harshire-family as a Test for the Shorter Chronology, Göttinger Miszellen 175 (2000), 99-103.

[Y] Thijs, A., Reconsidering the End of the Twentieth Dynasty, part V: P. Ambras as an Advocate of a Shorter Chronology, Göttinger Miszellen 179 (2000), pp. 69-84.

[Y] Thijs, A., Reconsidering the End of the Twentieth Dynasty, part VI: Some Minor Adjustments and Observations Concerning the Chronology of the Last Ramessides and the wHm-mswt, Göttinger Miszellen 181 (2001), pp. 95-103.

[Y] Thijs, A., Reconsidering the End of the Twentieth Dynasty, part VII: The History of the Viziers and the Politics of Menmare, Göttinger Miszellen 184 (2001), pp. 65-73.

[Y] Thijs, A., The Troubled Careers of Amenhotep and Panehsy: The High Priest of Amun and the Viceroy of Kush under the Last Ramessides, Studien zur Altägyptischen Kultur 31 (2003), pp. 289-306.

[Y] Thijs, A., Pap. Turin 2018, the journeys of the scribe Dhutmose and the career of the Chief Workman Bekenmut, Göttinger Miszellen 199 (2004), pp. 79-88.

[Y] [F] Ventura, R., More Chronological Evidence from Turin Papyrus Cat. 1907+1908, Journal of Near Eastern Studies 42 (1983), pp. 271-277.

Concerning the succession of Ramesses V.

[Y] Wente, E.F., and Ch. Van Siclen III, A Chronology of the New Kingdom, in: Studies in Honor of G.R. Hughes, Chicago, 1976 (= Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilization, 39), pp. 217-261.

Extensive use is made of Deir el-Medîna documents for the dating of the later Ramessides.

See also E: Grandet, BIFAO 100 (2000); Janssen, BIFAO 84 (1984); Peden, GM 181 (2001); Wolterman, RdE 47 (1996); Davies, Egyptian Historical Inscriptions, 1997

F: Beckerath, SAK 21 (1994); Janssen, JARCE 31 (1994); Peden, Egyptian Historical Inscriptions, 1994

G: Altenmüller, SAK 11 (1984); Janssen, JNES 46 (1987); Peden, GM 175 (2000)

M: Beckerath, GM 159 (1997); Beckerath, ZÄS 127 (2000); Gasse, JEA 87 (2001)

N: Hägmann, Directing Deir el-Medina, 2002

S: Davies, SAK 27 (1997)

T: Jansen-Winkeln, in: Deir el-Medina in the Third Millennium AD, 2000

U: Altenmüller, in: After Tut'ankhamun, 1992; Dodson, JEA 85 (1999); Lakomy, Cairo Ostracon J. 72460 (2008)

V: Taylor, Unwrapping a Mummy, 1995

Z: VARIA

 

[Z] Bruyère, B., Un jeune prince ramesside trouvé à Deir el Médineh, Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 25 (1925), pp. 147-165.

On a Ramesside prince whose mummy was found at Deir el-Medîna.

[Z] Cross, S.W., The Hydrology of the Valley of the Kings, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 94 (2008), pp. 303-310.

[Z] Curtis, G.H., Deterioration of the Royal Tombs, in: R.H. Wilkinson ed., Valley of the Sun Kings. New Explorations in the Tombs of the Pharaohs. Papers from The University of Arizona International Conference on the Valley of the Kings, Tuczon, AZ, 1995, pp. 129-133.

[Z] Demarée, R.J. and J.J. Janssen, Preface and Approximative Chronology, in: id. ed., Gleanings from Deir el-Medîna (Egyptologische Uitgaven 1), Leiden, 1982, pp. IX-XII.

[Z] Helck, W., Zur ägyptischen Küche, Göttinger Miszellen 125 (1991), p. 51.

Short note concerning the eating of mice; reaction to D.C. Drummond, R.M. Janssen and J.J. Janssen in Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Abteilung Kairo 46 (1990), pp. 91-98, with reference to P. Turin 1906 + 2047/132 + 1939 vs. 2,20 (= Kitchen, Ramesside Inscriptions VI, 629,13).

[Z] [G] [U] Hornung, E., a.o., Zwei ramessidische Königsgräber: Ramses IV. und Ramses VII. (Theben 11), Mainz, 1990.

Publication of two royal tombs, containing some information on the workmen's activities, notably chapter III: "Die Arbeit an den Gräbern", and X: "Zu den Graffiti", discussing one hieratic graffito.

[Z] Leblanc, Chr., Architecture et évolution chronologique des tombes de la Vallée des Reines, Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 89 (1989), pp. 227-247; pls. XXX-XXXI.

Also discussing the involvement of workmen from Deir el-Medîna in the work at these tombs.

[Z] Leblanc, Chr., Ta Set Neferou. Une nécropole de Thèbes-Ouest et son histoire. Vol. I: Géographie-Toponymie. Histoire de l'exploration scièntifique du site, Cairo, 1989.

[Z] Leblanc, Chr., tA s.t nfrw - Une nécropole et son histoire, in: S. Schoske ed., Akten des Vierten Internationalen Ägyptologenkongresses. München 1985. Band II - Archäologie-Feldforschung-Prähistorie (Studien zur Altägyptischen Kultur. Beihefte 2), Hamburg, 1989, pp. 89-99.

General survey of the history of the Valley of the Queens, with some remarks on its relation to the community of workmen.

[Z] [T] [U] Müller, M., Zum Werkverfahren an Grabwänden des Neuen Reiches, Studien zur altägyptischen Kultur 13 (1986), pp. 149-164, pls. 13-18.

Concerning royal and private tombs.

[Z] Pestman, P.W., Table [of] The Julian Equivalents of the Egyptian Months (1301/1300 - 1051/1050 B.C.), in: R.J. Demarée and J.J. Janssen ed., Gleanings from Deir el-Medîna (Egyptologische Uitgaven 1), Leiden, 1982, p. [XIII].

[Z] Posener, G., Les ostraca numerotées et le conte du Revenant, in: Drevnij Vostok. Sbornik I. K semidesyatipy-atiletiyu M.A. Korostovtseva, Moscow, 1975, pp. 105-112.

Has some relevance to the education system in Deir el-Medîna. Not seen, compare Annual Egyptological Bibliography 75597.

[Z] Reeves, C.N., Valley of the Kings. The Decline of a Royal Necropolis, London-New York, 1990.

General survey of the tombs and caches in the Valley of the Kings.

[Z] Rutherford, J., and D.P. Ryan, Tentative Tomb Protection Priorities, Valley of the Kings, Egypt, in: R.H. Wilkinson ed., Valley of the Sun Kings. New Explorations in the Tombs of the Pharaohs. Papers from The University of Arizona International Conference on the Valley of the Kings, Tuczon, AZ, 1995, pp. 134-156.

 

[Z] Ryan, D.P., Further Observations Concerning the Valley of the Kings, in: R.H. Wilkinson ed., Valley of the Sun Kings. New Explorations in the Tombs of the Pharaohs. Papers from The University of Arizona International Conference on the Valley of the Kings, Tuczon, AZ, 1995, pp. 157-161.

 

[Z] Ryan, D.P., Pacific Lutheran University Valley of the Kings Project: Work Conducted During the 2005 Field Season, Annales du Service des Antiquités de l’Égypte 81 (2007), pp. 345-356.

[Z] Saffirio, L., Food and Dietary Habits in Ancient Egypt, Journal of Human Evolution, London 1 (1972), pp. 297-305. Reprinted in: Population Biology of the Ancient Egyptians. Edited by D.R. Brothwell and B.A. Chiarelli, London and New York, 1973.

Sections on food in the tomb of Kha at Deir el-Medîna and on food in the workmen's village. Not seen, compare Annual Egyptological Bibliography 72615.

[Z] Strouhal, E., Tvurci hrobu egyptských králu. Jaroslav Černý a Dér el-Medína ("Builders of the Egyptian Kings' Tombs. Jaroslav Černý and Deir el-Medîna"), Prague, 1992.

Guide to an exhibition (Oct. 1992 - Febr. 1993) in the Naprstek Museum of Prague. English summary.

[Z] Uphill, E.P., Egyptian Towns and Cities (Shire Egyptology 8), Princes Risborough, 1988.

Ch. 4 Planned Settlements: Workmen's Villages, pp. 21-26, on Deir el-Medîna.

[Z] Weeks, K.R., The Berkeley Map of the Theban Necropolis:

1) Preliminary Report 1978, ARCE Newsletter 105 (1978), pp. 19-50.

2) Report of the Second Season, 1979, ARCE Newsletter 109 (1979), appendix.

3) Report of the Third Season, 1980, ARCE Newsletter 113 (1980), pp. 27-50.

4) Report of the Fourth Season, 1981, ARCE Newsletter 116 (1981/82), pp. 39-58.

5) Report of the Fifth Season, 1982, ARCE Newsletter 121 (1983), pp. 41-60.

6) Report of the Sixth, Seventh and Eight Seasons, ARCE Newsletter 136-137 (1987), pp. 1-14.

 

[Z] Weeks, K.R., The Work of the Theban Mapping Project and the Protection of the Valley of the Kings, in: R.H. Wilkinson ed., Valley of the Sun Kings. New Explorations in the Tombs of the Pharaohs. Papers from The University of Arizona International Conference on the Valley of the Kings, Tuczon, AZ, 1995, pp. 122-128.

[Z] [U] Weeks, K., ed., Atlas of the Valley of the Kings (Publications of the Theban Mapping Project I), Cairo 2000.

Monumental loose sheet publication of maps, sections and axonometric drawings of the Valley of the Kings, the West Valley and the individual tombs. Accompanying fascicle explains measuring and drawing methods, and contains a full bibliography on the tombs. 

 


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