Ptah-Sokar-Osiris statuettes in the collections of the Egyptian Museum of Florence: Chronology, Typology, History of the collections
thesisposted on 29.05.2019, 02:14 by Carlo Rindi NuzzoloCarlo Rindi Nuzzolo
Extensive study and interpretation of Egyptian funerary material (i.e. Osiris and Ptah-Sokar-Osiris figures) in the collections of the Egyptian Museum in Florence, with artefact comparison from international museums and excavated from Abydos, Deir el-Bahari, Fayum, Heliopolis, Memphis, Saqqara and Thebes. Typological, philological, and iconographical analysis; study and interpretation of the objects from manufacture to museum collections, focussing on historical and archaeological research in archives. The thesis includes a detailed catalogue of the artefacts.
Department: Civiltà e Forme del Sapere
University of Pisa - Italy
Supervisor: Prof. Marilina Betrò
The thesis is under embargo until July 2052.
- Archaeology not elsewhere classified
- Historical Archaeology (incl. Industrial Archaeology)
- History and Archaeology not elsewhere classified
- Archaeology of Europe, the Mediterranean and the Levant
- Archaeology of Asia, Africa and the Americas
- Museum Studies
- Humanities and Social Sciences Curriculum and Pedagogy (excl. Economics, Business and Management)
Ptah-Sokar-Osirismuseum collectionsmuseum studiesMuseum archivesHistory of collectionshistory collectionscollectorsEgyptologyAncient Egyptburial furnitureEgyptian religionexcavationancient egyptian religionfunerary practicesfunerary furniturePtolemaic PeriodGraeco/Roman EgyptGraeco-Roman PeriodThird Intermediate PeriodLate PeriodFirenzeFlorenceMuseo ArcheologicoEgyptian CollectionsAncient ArtEgyptWooden statuettesmummiescoffinOsiris figurescollection cataloguemuseum catalogueburial customsEgyptian ArtgoldPtolemaic EgyptGiuseppe NizzoliAlessandro RicciMuseo Egizio di FirenzeIppolito RoselliniAngelo CastelbolognesiEgittologiaAfterlifeHistory of Egyptology