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CONTENTS Acknowledgement Introduction: The Past in the Present: Egyptology Today *Richard H. Wilkinson, University of Arizona Part I: Methods: Paths to the Past Chapter 1 Archaeology and Egyptology * Kent Weeks, American University in Cairo Chapter 2 History and Egyptology * Donald Redford, Pennsylvania State University Chapter 3 Medical Science and Egyptology *A. Rosalie David, University of Manchester Part II: Monuments: Structures for this Life and the Next Chapter 4 Site Survey in Egyptology *Sarah Parcak, University of Alabama- Birmingham Chapter 5 Epigraphy and Recording *Peter Dorman, Oriental Institute, University of Chicago Chapter 6 Monument and Site Conservation *Michael Jones, The American Research Center in Egypt Part III: Art & Artifact: Objects as Subject Chapter 7 Art of Ancient Egypt *Rita Freed, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Chapter 8 Ancient Egypt in Museums Today *Arielle Kozloff, The Cleveland Museum of Art (emerita) Chapter 9 Artifact Conservation and Egyptology * Susanne Gänsicke, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Part IV: Texts: The Words of Gods and Men Chapter 10 The Egyptian Language * James P. Allen, Brown University Chapter 11 Ancient Egyptian Literature * John L. Foster, Roosevelt University & Ann Foster Chapter 12 Egyptian Religious Texts * Ronald Leprohon, University of Toronto Afterword: The Past in the Future: Tomorrow's Egyptology *Richard H. Wilkinson, University of Arizona Bibliography
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Egypt -- Antiquities.