Journal of Ancient Egyptian Interconnections (JAEI)

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índice:

  • Gift Exchange and Seaborne Contact in Eighteenth Dynasty Egypt: The Case of Keftiu Artists at Tell el-Dab‘a (Avaris) por John Tristan Barnes
  • ‘Šrdn from the Sea’: The Arrival, Integration, and Acculturation of a ‘Sea People’ por Jeffrey P. Emanuel
  • The Earliest Sailboats in Egypt and Their Influence on the Development of Trade, Seafaring in the Red Sea, and State Development por Samuel Mark
  •  A Late Period Riverine and Maritime Port Town and Cult Center at Tell Tebilla (Ro-nefer) por Gregory Mumford
  • Research Report: Thonis-Heracleion, Emporion of Egypt, Recent Discoveries and Research Perspectives: The Shipwrecks por David Fabre & Franck Goddio
  • Research Report: The Wadi el-Jarf Site: A Harbor of Khufu on the Red Sea por Pierre Tallet
  • Rsearch Report: Brief Report of the Project of the Second Boat of King Khufu por Sakuhi Yoshimura & Hiromasa Kurokochi

Reviews

1.D. A. Agius, et al. (eds.), Navigated Spaces, Connected Places. Proceedings of Red Sea Project V held at the University of Exeter, 16-19 September 2010 por Steven E. Sidebotham

2.D. Peacock & L. Blue (eds.), Myos Hormos – Quseir al-Qadim Roman and Islamic Ports on the Red Sea, Volume 2: Finds from the Excavations 1999-2003 Chiara Zazzaro

3.S. Wachsmann, The Gurob Ship-Cart Model and Its Mediterranean Context

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