Item description for The Graffiti of Pharaonic Egypt: Scope and Roles of Informal Writings (C. 3100-332 B.C (Probleme Der Agyptologie, 17. Bd) by Alexander J. Peden, A. J. Peden & Alison Peden...
Graffiti, being a form of written communication invariably free of social restraints, are a far more accurate reflection of the character of the Egyptian era of the pharaohs than the far more polished artistic or literary works. This book is the first overall attempt to offer insight into more than 2800 years of Egyptian and Nubian hieroglyphic and hieratic graffiti. Graffiti have long been neglected when compared to larger and more formal texts and inscriptions, and it is only in recent years that many important graffiti texts written in these scripts have been published and made available to wider scrutiny. For this work, extensive use has also been made of materials as yet unpublished. All this taken together makes Dr. Alex Peden's work "a valuable guide to "normal" life and society in Ancient Egypt,"
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Studio: Brill Academic Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.76" Width: 6.52" Height: 1.16" Weight: 1.78 lbs.
Release Date Jun 15, 2001
Publisher Brill Academic Publishers
ISBN 9004121129 ISBN13 9789004121126
Availability 0 units.
More About Alexander J. Peden, A. J. Peden & Alison Peden
Alexander John Peden, Ph.D. (1997) in Egyptology, University of Liverpool, is a former Leverhulme Trust Research Associate at the University of Liverpool and is the author of several books and articles on the Later Ramesside Period in Egypt, including "The Reign of Ramesses IV" (Warminster, 1994) and "Egyptian Historical Inscriptions of the 20th Dynasty" (Jonsered 1994).