This volume was dedicated to the memory of Klaus Baer, Professor in the Oriental Institute for over twenty years. The contributors are colleagues and/or students of Professor Baer, and their articles reflect Professor Baer's contributions to a variety of fields. Contents: Pronominal Rhematization ( J. P. Allen ); Abydos in the Old Kingdom and First Intermediate Period, Part II ( E. Brovarski ); A Model for the Political Structure of Ancient Egypt ( E. Cruz-Uribe ); The Giza Mastaba Niche and Full Frontal Figure of Redi-nes in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston ( P. Der Manuelian ); Ankhtifi and the Description of His Tomb at Mo'alla ( E. Doret ); Oriental Institute Ostracon 25346 (Ostracon Wilson 100) ( J. L. Foster ); The Hieratic Wooden Tablet Varille ( R. Jasnow ); 'Annuity Contracts' and Marriage ( J. H. Johnson ); Honorific Figures of Amenhotep III in the Luxor Temple Colonnade Hall ( W. R. Johnson ); Speculations Concerning Interconnections Between the Royal Policy and Reputation of Ramesses IV ( C. A. Keller ); Joseph Smith and Egyptology: An Early Episode in the History of American Speculation About Ancient Egypt, 1835-1844 ( J. A. Larson ); Some Remarks on the "Books of the Dead" Composed for the High Priests Pinedjem I and II ( L. H. Lesko ); Too Many High Priests? Once Again the Ptahmoses of Ancient Memphis ( W. J. Murnane ); The Gaming Episode in the "Tale of Setne Khamwas" as Religious Metaphor ( P. A. Piccione ); Denderite Temple Hierarchy and the Family of Theban High Priest Nebwenenef: Block Statue OIM 10729 ( R. K. Ritner ); The Practical Economics of Tomb-Building in the Old Kingdom: A Visit to the Necropolis in a Carrying Chair ( A. M. Roth ); The First Dynasty Egyptian Presence at 'En Besor in the Sinai ( A. R. Schulman ); The Title WR BZT in the Tomb Chapel of K..(J)-PW-R' ( D. P. Silverman ); Bronze Votive Offering Tables ( E. Teeter ); A Stela from Toulouse Re-examined ( C. C. Van Siclen III ); Security and the Problem of the City in the Naqada Period ( B. B. Williams ); The Egyptological Papers of Klaus Baer in the Oriental Institute Museum Archives ( T. G. Wilfong ).
|Publisher:||The Oriental Institute at the University of Chicago|
|Series:||Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago Series , #55|
|Product dimensions:||9.45(w) x 12.20(h) x (d)|