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Sex and Gender in Ancient Egypt: 'Don your wig for a joyful hour'

by Carolyn Graves-Brown (Editor)

Other authors: Kathlyn M. Cooney (Contributor), Thomas A. Dowson (Contributor), Terence DuQuesne (Contributor), Jiri Janak (Contributor), Renata Landgrafova (Contributor)7 more, Heather Lee McCarthy (Contributor), Hana Navratilova (Contributor), R.B. Parkinson (Contributor), Greg Reeder (Contributor), Carolyn Routledge (Contributor), Racheli Shalomi-Hen (Contributor), Deborah Sweeney (Contributor)

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This volume offers new research on an essential but often controversial aspect of life in Dynastic Egypt. Its originality lies in combining research which uses Egyptology's traditional strengths, philological and iconographic, with reflections on material culture and on the discipline of Egyptology itself. The authors are internationally-recognized authorities in their fields.… (more)
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Cooney, Kathlyn M.Contributorsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
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Janak, JiriContributorsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
Landgrafova, RenataContributorsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
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This volume offers new research on an essential but often controversial aspect of life in Dynastic Egypt. Its originality lies in combining research which uses Egyptology's traditional strengths, philological and iconographic, with reflections on material culture and on the discipline of Egyptology itself. The authors are internationally-recognized authorities in their fields.

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