Egyptian Stories. A British Egyptological Tribute to Alan B. Lloyd on the Occasion of His Retirement. Thomas Schneider und Kasia Szpakowska (eds.) Alter Orient und Altes Testament - Veröffentlichungen zur Kultur und Geschichte des Alten Orients und des Alten Testaments Band 347. X,459 pp.
Foreword. C. A. R. Andrews, Eponymous Priests Old and New in Unpublished Fragmentary Demotic British Museum Papyri (P. BM EA 76271, 76269A, 10992 and 10540) D. A. Aston, A Taste of Honey: mnt- and mdqt-Vessels in the Late Eighteenth Dynasty. M. Collier Facts, Situations and Knowledge Acquisition: gmi with iw and r-dd in Late Egyptian. A. M. Dodson, Legends of a Sarcophagus. T. DuQuesne, Private Devotion and Public Practice: aspects of Egyptian art and religion as revealed by the Salakhana stelae. R. Enmarch, What the Ancestors Foretold: Some References to Prediction in Middle Egyptian Texts. D. W. J. Gill, Arsinoe in the Peloponnese: the Ptolemaic base on the Methana peninsula. C. Graves-Brown, Flint and the Northern Sky. K. Griffin, An ’h ikr n R‘ Stela from the Collection of the Egypt Centre, Swansea. K. A. Kitchen, Festivity in Ramesside Thebes and Devotion to Amun and his City. I. Mathieson, Recent Results of Geophysical Survey in the Saqqara Necropolis. R. G. Morkot, War and the Economy: the International ‘arms trade’ in the Late Bronze Age and after. E. F. Morris, Sacred and Obscene Laughter in The Contendings of Horus and Seth, in Egyptian Inversions of Everyday Life, and in the Context of Cultic Competition 197 G. Mumford, Egypto-Levantine relations during the Iron Age to early Persian periods (Dynasties late 20 to 26) E. J. Owens, The Waters of Alexandria. R. B. Parkinson, ‘Une cantilène de Pentaour’: Marguerite Yourcenar and Middle Kingdom Literature. T. Schneider, Contextualising the Tale of the Herdsman. I. Shaw, Late Roman Amethyst and Gold Mining at Wadi el-Hudi. H. S. Smith and S. Davies, The Sacred Animal Necropolis at North Saqqara yet again! Some Late Period inscribed offering-tables from the site. K. Spence, Topography, Architecture and Legitimacy: Hatshepsut’s foundation deposits at Deir el-Bahri. N. Spencer, A Theban Statue Base from the reign of Nekhtnebef. K. Szpakowska, Flesh for Fantasy: Reflections of Women in Two Ancient Egyptian Dream Manuals. J. H. Taylor, The earliest Egyptian Hippocampus. P. Thomas, The Barefoot Aristocrats and the Making of an Egyptian Collection. P. Wilson, A Cult of Amasis and ‘The Procession of Two Gods’ at Saïs. Indices.