Archaeology of the Egyptian Western Desert: New Ideas and Concepts (Krakow, Poland, 2015) - Programme
conference contributionposted on 14.03.2019, 01:31 by Carlo Rindi NuzzoloCarlo Rindi Nuzzolo
Presented paper: The funerary cartonnage from Kellis (Ismant el-Kharab - Dakhleh Oasis): a preliminary overview.
The village of ancient Kellis (modern Ismant el-Kharab - Dakhleh Oasis) hosts numerous tombs which yielded a large amount of funerary cartonnage, both intact and fragmentary. My sojourn at Ismant el-Kharab from December 2014 to February 2015 allowed me to begin the study of this material, which is the main subject of my PhD research project. This paper is intended to be a preliminary overview of the cartonnage and its principal decorative features.
Monash International Postgraduate Research Scholarship (MIPRS)
Research Training Program Scholarship Award (RTP)
Australian Postgraduate Award (APA - Monash University)
Monash Postgraduate Research - Travel Grant
Monash Postgraduate Research top-up - Travel Grant
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Dakhleh Oasis ProjectDakhleh Oasis, EgyptDakhla OasisDakhleh OasisWestern Desert oases, EgyptAncient EgyptiansAncient EgyptEgyptian religionancient egyptian religionburial customsexcavationsArchaeological Contextarchaeological researchfunerary ritualsmummy maskfootcasefull body covercartonnageEgittologiaEgyptologyArchaeology FieldworkGraeco-Roman PeriodKellis 1 CemeteryKellisIsmant el-KharabIsmant al-Kharab