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書名 Living forever : self-presentation in ancient Egypt / edited by Hussein Bassir
出版項 Cairo ; New York : American University in Cairo Press, [2019]
國際標準書號 9774169018
book jacket
館藏地 索書號 處理狀態 OPAC 訊息 條碼
 傅斯年圖書館西文圖書區  DT61 L785 2019    處理中    30530001348671
說明 xxviii, 272 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm
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附註 Includes bibliographical references
Egyptian self-presentation dynamics and strategies / Christopher Eyre -- Self-presentation in the early dynasties / Juan Carlos Moreno García -- Self-presentation in the Fourth Dynasty / Hend Sherbiny -- Self-presentation in the late Old Kingdom / Hanna Vymazalová-- Self-presentation in the Eleventh Dynasty / Renata Landgráfová -- Self presentation in the Twelfth Dynasty / Ronald Leprohon -- Self-presentation in the Second Intermediate Period / R. Gareth Roborts -- Self-presentation in the Eighteenth Dynasty / Hana Navratilova -- Self-presentation in the Ramesside Period / Colleen Manassa Darnell -- Self-Presentation in the Third Intermediate Period / Roberto B. Gozzoli -- Self-presentation in the Twenty-fifth Dynasty / Jeremy Pope -- Self-presentation in the Late Dynastic Period / Damien Agut-Labordère -- Women's self-presentation in Pharaonic Egypt / Mariam Ayad -- Traditions of Egyptian self-presentation / Hussein Bassir
"Self-presentation is the oldest and most common component of ancient Egyptian high culture. It arose in the context of private tomb records, where the character and role of an individual--invariably a well-to-do non-royal elite official or administrator--were presented purposefully: published by inscription and image, to a contemporary audience and to posterity. Living Forever: Self-Presentation in Ancient Egypt looks at how and why non-royal elites in ancient Egypt represented themselves, through language and art, on monuments, tombs, stelae, and statues, and in literary texts, from the Early Dynastic Period to the Thirtieth Dynasty. Bringing together essays by international Egyptologists and archaeologists from a range of backgrounds, the chapters in this volume offer fresh insight into the form, content, and purpose of ancient Egyptian presentations of the self. Applying different approaches and disciplines, they explore how these self-representations, which encapsulated a discourse with gods and men alike, yield rich historical and sociological information, provide examples of ancient rhetorical devices and repertoire, and shed light on notions of the self and collective memory in ancient Egypt."-- Provided by publisher
主題 Egypt -- Antiquities
Self-presentation -- Egypt -- History -- To 1500
Self-presentation in literature
Self-presentation in art
Alt Author Bassir, Hussein, editor
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