Archaism And Innovation: Studies In The Culture Of Middle Kingdom Egypt (Yale Egyptological Studies)
Archaism and Innovation: Studies in the Culture of Middle Kingdom Egypt (Yale Egyptological Studies)
The current volume assembles a series of studies of Middle Kingdom culture gathered around the theme of archaism, change, and innovation. The papers had their origin in a symposium the University of Pennsylvania Museum hosted in 2002, and held in memory of the great Middle Kingdom scholar, Oleg Berlev. The Penn Museum organized the conference that received generous support from the Center for Ancient Studies of the University of Pennsylvania and the Marilyn and William Kelly Simpson Endowment in the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations at Yale University. For the publication, the authors revised and augmented their essays, allowing this volume to include up-to-date information. The editors also invited other scholars to contribute additional studies resulting in a volume that deals with the Middle Kingdom in a broader context. The Marilyn and William Kelly Simpson endowment in the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations at Yale University generously provided the funds necessary for the publication of the volume.
About the Author
David P. Silverman is curator of the Egyptian section at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology....