lunes, 2 de noviembre de 2015

Bibliografía sobre Akhenatón


¡Hola a todos Amantes de Kemet! A raíz de vuestros comentarios en los videos de youtube me he animado a colgaros una lista de referencias bibliográficas sobre Akhenatón. Os cuelgo las publicaciones mas recientes ya que siempre viene bien empezar a leer en base a lo último publicado, que es lo mas actualizado, para luego, si queréis ir a las publiaciones mas antiguas. 

Esta lista la he sacado de la OEB (Online Egyptological Bibliography), que desgraciadamente no es de libre acceso.

Sé que están en lenguas extranjeras y que otros tantos son referencias a revistas egiptológicas, a las que quizás no tengáis acceso. Os recomiendo que no os rindáis, ya que muchas estan disponibles por internet de forma totalmente legal. Si tenéis alguna duda, ya sabéis que podéis escribirme al correo electrónico oficial del canal: LauraEgiptologia@gmail.com

¡Un saludo a todos e irek heru nefer

 Dabbs, Gretchen R., Jerome C. Rose, and Melissa Zabecki 2015. The bioarchaeology of Akhenaten: unexpected results from a capital city. In Ikram, Salima, Jessica Kaiser, and Roxie Walker (eds), Egyptian bioarchaeology: humans, animals, and the environment, 43-52. Leiden: Sidestone Press.
Hoffmeier, James K. 2015. Akhenaten and the origins of monotheism. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press.
Horáčková, Ladislava and Frank Rühli 2014. A case of severe ankylosis of temporomandibular joint from New Kingdom necropolis (Saqqara, Egypt). In Metcalfe, Ryan, Jenefer Cockitt, and Rosalie David (eds), Palaeopathology in Egypt and Nubia: a century in review, 83-94. Oxford: Archaeopress.
Assmann, Jan 2014. From Akhenaten to Moses: ancient Egypt and religious change. Cairo: American University in Cairo Press.
Dodson, Aidan 2014. The coregency conundrum. KMT 25 (2), 28-35.
Forbes, Dennis C. 2014. Circumstantial evidence for an Amenhotep III/IV coregency. KMT 25 (2), 36-49.
Ertman, Earl L. 2014. The coregency problem in the later reign of Akhenaten. KMT 25 (3), 60-64.
Cosyns, Peter 2014. Review: Nicholson, Paul T. 2007. Brilliant things for Akhenaten: the production of glass, vitreous materials and pottery at Amarna Site O45.1. Egypt Exploration Society, Excavation Memoir 80. London: Egypt Exploration Society. Chronique d'Égypte 89 (177), 101-104.
Vomberg, Petra 2014. Untersuchungen zum Kultgeschehen im Großen Aton-Tempel von Amarna. Göttinger Miszellen, Beihefte 16. Göttingen: Seminar für Ägyptologie und Koptologie der Universität Göttingen.
Saito, Kumiko 2014. Who remodeled the platform at Kom al-Samak, Malqata South at Thebes, Amenhotep III or Amenhotep IV? In Kondo, Jiro (ed.), Quest for the dream of the pharaohs: studies in honour of Sakuji Yoshimura, 95-113. Cairo: Ministry of Antiquities.

Habicht, Michael E. 2014. Semenchkare - Phantom-König(in) von Achet-Aton: Beitrag zur Erforschung der rätselhaften Nachfolge von Echnaton. Berlin: epubli.
Van der Perre, Athena 2014. The Year 16 graffito of Akhenaten in Dayr Abū Ḥinnis: a contribution to the study of the later years of Nefertiti. Journal of Egyptian History 7 (1), 67-108.
Williamson, Jacquelyn 2013. Two names, one compound: the rwd anxw itn and the Sunshade of Re at Kom el-Nana. Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt 49, 143-152.
Eaverly, Mary Ann 2013. Tan men / pale women: color and gender in archaic Greece and Egypt, a comparative approach. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.
Belmonte, Juan Antonio 2013. DNA, wine & eclipses: the Dakhamunzu affaire. Anthropological notebooks 19 (supplement), 419-441.
Kemp, Barry, Anna Stevens, Gretchen R. Dabbs, Melissa Zabecki, and Jerome C. Rose 2013. Life, death and beyond in Akhenaten's Egypt: excavating the South Tombs Cemetery at Amarna. Antiquity 87 (335), 64-78.
Day, John 2013. Psalm 104 and Akhenaten's Hymn to the Sun. In Gillingham, S. E. (ed.), Jewish and Christian approaches to the Psalms: conflict and convergence, 211-228. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Manning, S. W., B. Kromer, M. W. Dee, M. Friedrich, T. F. G. Higham, and C. Bronk Ramsey 2013. Radiocarbon calibration in the mid to later 14th century BC and radiocarbon dating Tell el-Amarna, Egypt. In Shortland, Andrew J. and C. Bronk Ramsey (eds), Radiocarbon and the chronologies of ancient Egypt, 121- 145. Oxford: Oxbow Books.
Eaton-Krauss, Marianne 2013. Reprise: Akhenaten, Nefertiti, Amarna. Chronique d'Égypte 88 (175), 64-80.
Rehren, Thilo 2013. Review: Nicholson, Paul T. 2007. Brilliant things for Akhenaten: the production of glass, vitreous materials and pottery at Amarna Site O45.1. Egypt Exploration Society Excavation Memoir 80. London: Egypt Exploration Society. Bibliotheca Orientalis 70 (1-2), 104-108.
Prévôt, Nathalie 2013. The digital puzzle of the talatat from Karnak: a tool for the three-dimensional reconstruction of Theban buildings from the reign of Amenhotep IV. In Polis, Stéphane and Jean Winand (eds), Texts, languages & information technology in Egyptology: selected papers from the meeting of the Computer Working Group of the International Association of Egyptologists (Informatique & Égyptologie), Liège, 6-8 July 2010, 129-138. Liège: Presses Universitaires de Liège.
Bussmann, Richard 2013. Review: Kemp, Barry 2013. The city of Akhenaten and Nefertiti: Amarna and its people. London: Thames & Hudson. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 23 (3), 557-559.
Kemp, Barry 2013. The city of Akhenaten and Nefertiti: Amarna and its people. London: Thames & Hudson.
Murnane, William J. 2013. Amenhotep III and Akhenaten at Soleb. In Beaux, Nathalie and Nicolas Grimal (eds), Soleb VI: Hommages à Michela Schiff Giorgini, 103-124. Le Caire: Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale.

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