Burial and Mortuary Practices in Late Period and Graeco-Roman Egypt - TOC

2019-06-10T01:32:11Z (GMT) by Carlo Rindi Nuzzolo
The volume collects papers presented at the international conference ‘Burial and Mortuary Practices in Late Period and Graeco-Roman Egypt’ organised by the Egyptian Department of the Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, and held on 17–19 July 2014.

The aim of the conference was to share up-to-date information and research on the funerary culture of Late Period and Graeco-Roman Egypt, addressing both past and current issues and themes. In addition to reconsidering and reinterpreting published text and artefacts, as well as previously known archaeological sites, a special objective was to integrate into the discussion unpublished materials preserved in museum collections, archival records relating to earlier excavations and research, as well as recent archaeological discoveries.

Title: Graeco-Roman Cartonnage from the Kellis 1 Cemetery (Ismant el-Kharab, Dakhleh Oasis): the case of Tombs 10 and 25
Carlo Rindi Nuzzolo
(Monash University)