The Netherlands Institute for the Near East

Nederlands Instituut voor het Nabije Oosten  -  Institut néerlandais du Proche-Orient

Book Specifications
XIII, 312 pp.

Gleanings from Deir el-Medîna

1982  |  Eg. Uitg. Volume 1 ISBN 13: 978-90-6258-201-3  |  ISSN: 0927-0043

R.J. Demarée, Jac.J. Janssen

Table of Contents

Preface – IX

J.F. Borghouts
Divine Intervention in Ancient Egypt and its Manifestation (b3w) – 1

J.F. Borghouts
A Deputy of the Gang knows his Business (Hier. Ostr. 67, I) – 71

R.J. Demaree
‘Remove your Stela’ (O. Petrie 21 = Hier. Ostr. 16, 4) – 101

Jac. J. Janssen
Two Personalities – 109

Jac. J. Janssen
The Mission of the Scribe Pesiur (O. Berlin 12654) – 133

Jac. J. Janssen
A Draughtsman who became Scribe of the Tomb: Harshire, son of Amennakhte – 149

P.W. Pestman
Who were the Owners, in the ‘Community of Workmen’, of the Chester Beatty Papyri – 155

P.W. Pestman
The 'Last Will of Naunakhte' and the Accession Date of Ramesses V – 173

S.P. Vleeming
The Days on which the Knbt used to gather – 183

R. van Walsem
The God Monthu and Deir el-Medina – 193

R. van Walsem
Month-names and Feasts at Deir el-Medina – 215

L.M.J. Zonhoven
A Systematic Bibliography on Deir el-Medina – 245
N.B.: This bibliography has been updated in the online publication A Systematic Bibliography on Deir el-Medîna (part of The Deir el-Medîna Database).

Index – 299