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Bibliography

A bibliography of work concerning the Dakhleh Oasis Project until about 2006 can be found at http://arts.monash.edu.au/archaeology/excavations/dakhleh/index.php along with annual reports concerning the DOP and many related excavations.
The following bibliography (also available as PDF file) is intended to support the work of undergraduates taking part in the Archaeology and History in Egypt program.
Most of these will be available in hard copy or on pdf in the dighouse library.
We strongly encourage you to read some of the works that particularly interest you prior to arrival in the oasis.


Dakhleh Oasis, and the Oases generally

Anthes, R. (1930). Eine Polizeistreife des Mittleren Reiches in die westliche Oase, ZAS 65: 108- 114.

Aufrere, S, et alli. (1994). Sites et temples des déserts. De la naissasnce de la civilisation pharaonique à l'epoque greco-romaine. Paris: Editions Errance. Ch. 4.

Aufrère, S. (2000). Et les oasis? Relations entre les oasis mériodionales et Thèbes, Egypte, Afrique et Orient 18: 41-44.

Bagnall, R. S.; D. Rathbone (2004). Egypt from Alexander to the Copts: An Archaeological and Historical Guide. London.

Ball, John. (1900). 1872-1941. Kharga Oasis : its topography and geology. Cairo : National Printing Dept.

Ball, J. (1933). Further Remarks on the Kharga Oasis. Geog. Jounal, 81.6.

Barich, B. E. (2002) Archaeology of Farafra Oasis (Western Desert, Egypt), A Survey of the most recent Research. Archéo-Nil 12: 101-108.

Barich, B. E. (1999). The archaeology of Farafra Oasis. Egyptian Archaeology 15: 37-39.

Bates, O. (1909). Kharga. London.

Beadnell, Hugh John Llewellyn. (1909). An Egyptian oasis : an account of the oasis of Kharga in the Libyan desert, with special reference to its history, physical geography, and water-supply. London : J. Murray.

Bliss, F. and J. Osing. (1985). Oases of Egypt. v. 3.

Blundell, H. W., (1894). Notes sur une excursion à Khargueh, Dakhleh, Farafrah, Bull Soc. Khediviale Geogr. 4 serie: 267-87.

Bonacasa, N. et al., eds. (2001). The Culture of the Oasis from the Antiquity to the Modern Age: El Kharga 22-27 October 1998. Cairo: Instituto Italiano di Cultura.

Bowen, Gillian E. and Colin A. Hope (2000). The Oasis Papers III: Proceedings of the Third International Conference of the Dakhleh Oasis Project. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Brugsch, Heinrich Karl. (1878). Reise nach der grossen Oase El Khargeh in der libyschen Wüste : Beschreibung ihrer DenkmÄler und wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen über das Vorkommen der Oasen in den altÄgyptischen Inschriften auf Stein und Papyrus. Leipzig : J. C. Hinrichs.

Cailliaud, F. (1908). Travels in the Oasis of Thebes and in the Deserts Situated East and West of the Thebaid. In the Years 1815, 16, 17 and 18. London, Sir Richard Phillips & Co.

Churcher, C.S., and A.J. Mills (eds) (1999). Reports from the Survey of the Dakhleh Oasis 1977- 1987. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Cook, Megan and Peter Sheldrick. (2002). Microns, Microbes, Microscopes and Molecules. In The Oasis Papers: Proceedings from the First International Symposium of the Dakhleh Oasis Project. Ed. Mandy Marlow. New York: Oxbow Books, 101-109.

Darnell, D. Predynastic and Pharaonic Activity in Kharga Oasis and Beyond: New Cermaic Evidence from the Desert Routes, Dawn of Egyptology, Cairo:

Décobert, C. (1981). Linteaux à épigraphes de l'oasis de Dakhla. Le Caire: IFAO.

Drovetti, M. (1822). Itinerary of an Excursion to the Valley of Dakel. In New Voyages and Travels, vol. VII. Sir Richard Phillips and Co, London.

Edmonstone, A. (2004). A Journey to Two of the Oases of Upper Egypt. Elibron Classics.

Fakhry, A. (1942 and 1950), Bahria Oasis. 2 vols. Cairo.

Fakhry, A. (2003). The Oases of Egypt I: Siwa Oasis. Cairo: AUC Press.

Fakhry, A. (2003). Bahriyah and Farafra. New York: AUC Press.

Friedman, R., ed. (2002). Egypt and Nubia: Gifts of the Desert. London: British Museum Press.

Gascou, J. and G. Wagner (1979). Deux voyages archéologiques dans l'oasis de Khargeh. BIFAO 79: 1-20.

Giddy, Lisa (1987). Egyptian Oases: Bahariya, Dakhla, Farafra and Kharga During Pharaonic Times. Aris and Philips LTD.

Gosline, S. L. (1990). Bahariya Oasis Expedition Season Report for 1988 Part I: Survey of Qarat Hilwah. San Antonio: Van Siclen Books.

Grolier, M. J., et al. (1980). Yarangs of the Western Desert. Geographic Journal 146.1: 86-87. [Electronic].

Harding-King, W. J. (1925). Mysteries of the Libyan Desert: A Record of Three Years of Exploration in the Heart of that Vast and Waterless Region. London.

Harding-King, W. J. (1925). The Dakhla-Owenat Road. The Geographic Journal 65.2: 153-156. [Electronic]

Hassanein Bey, A.M. (1925) The Lost Oases. New York: Century Co.

Herbitch, T. and T. N. Smekalova (2001). Dakhleh Oasis Magnetic Survey 1999-2000. In M. Gawlikowski and W. A. Daszewski (eds), Polish Archaeology in the Mediterranean XII, Reports 2000, 259-262.

Hewison, R. N. (2001). The Fayoum: History and Guide. Cairo: AUC Press.

Hope, C.A. and A.J. Mills eds. (1999). Dakhleh Oasis Project: Preliminary Reports on the 1992- 1993 and 1993-1994 Field Seasons. Oxford: Oxbow books.

Hope, Colin A. and Gillian E. Bowen (eds) (2002). Dakhleh Oasis Project: Preliminary Reports on the 1994-1995 to 1998-1999 Field Seasons. Oxford: Oxbow books.

Hoskins, George Alexander. 1837. Visit to the Great Oasis of the Libyan Desert; with an account, ancient and modern, ofthe oasis of Amun, and the other oases now under the dominion of the pasha of Egypt. London, Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green & Longman.

Huntington, E. (1910). The Libyan Oasis of Kharga. Bulletin of the American Geographic Society 42.9: 641-661. [Electronic]

Hussein, Aleya (2001). The Roman Family in Kharga & Dakhla Oasis. In The Culture of the Oasis from the Antiquity to the Modern Age: El Kharga 22-27 October 1998, ed, N. Bonacasa, et al. Cairo: Instituto Italiano di Cultura, pp. 269-274.

Ikram, S. and C. Rossi. (2002-03). Surveying the North Kharga Oasis, KMT13.4: 72-79.

Ikram, S., C. Rossi, et al. (2004). 'North Kharga Oasis Survey 2001-2002 Preliminary Report: Ain Gib and Qasr el-Sumayra', MDAIK 60: 69-92.

Ikram, S. 2007. The North Kharga Oasis Survey: A Brief Overview. In Proceedings of the Ninth International Congress of Egptologists Grenoble, 6-12 Septembre 2004, ed. J.-C. Goyon and C. Cardin. Leuven: Peeters.

Kaper, O. (1992). Egyptian toponyms of Dakhla Oasis, BIFAO 92: 117-32.

Kaper, O. (2002). Local perceptions of the Fertility of the Dakhleh Oasis in the Roman Period. In The Oasis Papers: Proceedings from the First International Symposium of the Dakhleh Oasis Project. Ed. Mandy Marlow. New York: Oxbow Books, 70-79.

Kuhlmann, Klaus Peter. (2002). The "Oasis Bypath" or the Issue of Desert Trade in Pharaonic Times. In Tides of the Desert: Contributions to the Archaeology and Environmental History of Africa in Honour of Rudolph Kuper, edited by J. 8, pp. 125-170. Heinrich Barth Institut, KÖln.

Limme, L. (1973). Les oasis de Khargeh et Dakhleh d'après les documents égyptiens..., CRIPEL 1, Lille, p. 41-58.

Marlow, C.A. and A.J. Mills (1994). The Oasis Papers: Proceedings of the First International Symposium of the Dakhleh Oasis Project. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Marlow, C.A. (2002). Miscarriages and Infant Burials in the Dakhleh Cemeteries: an Archaeological Examination of Status. In The Oasis Papers: Proceedings from the First International Symposium of the Dakhleh Oasis Project. Ed. Mandy Marlow. New York: Oxbow Books, Limited, 105-09.

Maury, B. (1979). Toponymie tradionnelle de l'ancinne piste joignant Kharga à Dakhla, Hommages à Serge Sauneron II. Cairo: IFAO, 365-75.

Mills, A. J. (1979). 'Dakhleh Oasis Project Reports on the First Season of Survey October-December 1978', Journal of the Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities 10.4: 175-92.

Mills, A. J. (1990 [1993]). The Dakhleh Oasis Project: Reports on the 1988-1992 Field Seasons. Journal of the Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities 20: 1-23. [Electronic]

Molto, J.E. (1986). Human Skeletal Remains from the Dakhleh Oasis, Egypt. Journal of the Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities 16. 3-4: 119-127.

Naumann, R. (1939). Bauwerke der Oase Khargeh. MDAIK 8: 8-15.

Oliver, Francis Wall. (s.n 1930-1931). Oasis impressions : being a visit to the Egyptian oasis of Kharga. Norwich, England.

Osing, J. (1982). DenkmÄler der Oase Dachla: aus dem Nachlass von Ahmed Fakhry. Mainz am Rhein: v. Zabern.

Osing, Jürgen. (1985). Ägyptische Namen der Oase Charga in arabischer überlieferung. GM 87: 55-62.

Osing, Jürgen. (1985). Die Ägyptischen Namen für Charga und Dachla. In: Fs Mokhtar 2, pp. 179- 193.

Osing, Jürgen. (1986). Notizen zu den Oasen Charga und Dachla, GM 92: 79-85

Picon, M., Vichy, M. and P. Ballet (2005). L'alun des oasis occidentales d'égypte: Reserches sur le terrain et recherches en laboratoire. In L'alun de Méditerranée (Naples and Aix-en-Provence): 43-58 [Off-print: Electronic].

Redford, D.B. (1976). The oases in Egyptian history to Classical times, Part I- to 2100 B.C. Journal of the Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities 7: 7-10

Reddé, M. (1989). Les oasis d'égypte. JRA 2: 281-90.

Shahat, Mona El (2001). Were the Oases Used a san Isolation and Quarantine Zone in the Ptolemaic Period. In The Culture of the Oasis from the Antiquity to the Modern Age: El Kharga 22-27 October 1998, ed, N. Bonacasa, et al. Cairo: Instituto Italiano di Cultura, pp. 245-253.

Sheldrick, P. (2007). The People of the Dakhleh Oasis. Ancient Egypt 7: 19-23.

Vivian, Cassandra. (2000). Western Desert of Egypt: An Explorer's Handbook. Cairo: AUC.

Valloggia, M. (2004). Les oasis d'égypte dans l'Antiquité. Paris: Infolio.

Wagner, G. (1973). Inscriptions Grecques Des Oasis de Dakhleh et Baharieh. BIFAO 73: 177-192

Wagner, G. (1987). Les Oasis d'Egypt. Caire: IFAO.

Willeitner, J. (2002). Die Ägyptischen Oasen : StÄdte, Tempel und GrÄber in der libyschen Wüste. München : Von Zabern

Winlock, Herbert E. (1936). Ed Dakhleh Oasis: Journal of a Camel Trip made in 1908. New York: MMA.

Dakhleh Oasis Project Annual Reports http://arts.monash.edu.au/archaeology/excavations/dakhleh/index.php#reports

The Western Desert generally

Almasy, L. (1937). Le Désert Libique.

Almasy, L. (1939). Unbekannte Sahara. Leipzig: Brockhaus.

Bagnold, R. A. (1931). Journeys in the Libyan Desert, 1929 and 1930. Geog. Jounal, 78.1.

Bagnold, R. A. (1933). A Further Journey Through the Libyan Desert. Geog. Jounal, 82.3.

Bagnold, R. (1935). Libyan Sands: Travel in a Dead World. Bristol.

Berman, R.A. (1934) Historical problems of the Western Desert. The Geographical Journal 83, 6: 456-463.

Briggs, L. C. (1960). Tribes of the Sahara.

Campbell, D. (1935). Camels through Libya. London: Seeley Service and Co.

Darnell, J. and D. Darnell. (1997). New Inscriptions of the Late First Intermediate Period from the Theban Western Desert and the Beginnings of the Northern Expansion of the Eleventh Dynasty, JNES 56: 250. [Electronic]

Darnell, J. (2002). Theban Desert Road Survey in the Egyptian Western Desert. Chicago: OI

Darnell, J. And A. el-Hakim Haddad. (2003). A Stela of the Reign of Tutankhamun from the Region of Kurkur Oasis. SAK 31: 73-91 [Electronic]

Darnell, J. (2004). The Route of Eleventh Dynasty Expansion into Nubia, ZAS 131.1: 23-37.

El Daly, O. (2000). Early Medieval Arabic Travel Writings, Desert Travellers from Herodotus to T.E. Lawrence, J. Starkey and O. el Daly, eds, Durham: Astene, pp. 21-32.

Richardson, S. (1999). Libya Domestica: Libyan Trade and Society on the Eve of the Invasions of Egypt. JARCE 36, 149-64. [Electronic]

Predynastic and Indigenous cultures in Dakhleh & the oases

Barich, B. E. (2001). Prehistoric Research in a Desert Area: Excavating a 7000 year-old Settlement at Farafra. In The Culture of the Oasis from the Antiquity to the Modern Age: El Kharga 22-27 October 1998, ed, N. Bonacasa, et al. Cairo: Instituto Italiano di Cultura, pp. 21-27.

Barich, Barbara E. (2004). Archaeological Research in the Farafra Oasis (Egypt): Contribution to the Study of Early Cultivation in the Eastern Sahara. In Combining the Past and the Present: Archaeological Perspectives on Society: Proceedings from the Conference "Prehistory in a Global perspective" held in Bergen August 31st -September 2nd 2001. In Honour of Professor Randi Haaland's 60th Anniversary. Edited by Terje Oestigaard, Nils Anfiset and Tore Saetersdal. Oxford: Archaeopress. Pp 143-147.

Barich, Barbara E. and Giulio Licarini. (2008). The Nile Valley Seen from the Oases. The Contribution of Farafra. Egypt at its Origins 2. B. Midant-Reynes and Y. Tristant ed. Dudley, MA: Uitgeverij Peeters en Departement Oosterse Studies.

Beadnell, H. J. L. (1933). Remarks on the Prehistoric Geography and Underground Water in Kharga Oasis, Geog. Journal, 81.2.

Caton-Thompson, Gertrude. (1932). The prehistoric geography of Kharga oasis. London.

Caton-Thompson, G. (1952). Kharga Oasis in Prehistory. London: Univ. of London.

Caton-Thompson, G. and E. W. Gardner (1932). The Prehistoric Geography of Kharga Oasis. The Geographic Journal 80.5: 369-406. [Electronic]

Close, A. (1992). Holocene occupation of the Eastern Sahara. In New Light on the Northeast African Past, F. Klees and R. Kuper, eds. KÖln: Heinrich-Barth-Institut, 155-83.

Hope, Colin A. (1998). Early Pottery from the Dakhleh Oasis. BACE 9: 53-60

Kleindienst, M. R. (1999) Geography, Geology, Geochronology and Geoarchaeology of the Dakhleh Oasis Region: An Interim Report. In Reports from the Survey of the Dakhleh Oasis Western Desert of Egypt 1977-1987, ed. C. S. Churcher and A. J. Mills. Oxford: Oxbow, pp. 1-54.

Kleindienst, M. R. (1999). Pleistocene Archaeology and Geoarchaeology of the Dakhleh Oasis: a status report. In Reports from the Survey of the Dakhleh Oasis Western Desert of Egypt 1977- 1987, ed. C. S. Churcher and A. J. Mills. Oxford: Oxbow, pp. 83-108.

Kleindienst, M. R. (2001). What is Aterian? The view from the Dakhleh Oasis and the Western Desert, Egypt. In The Oasis Papers, ed. C. A. Marlow and A. J. Mills. Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp. 1-14.

Kobusiewicz, Michal, Kabacinski, Jacek, Schild, Romuald, Irish, Joel D. & Wendorf, Fred. (2004) Discovery of the First Neolithic Cemetery in Egypt's Western Desert. Antiquity, vol. 78, issue 301. Pp 566-78.

Krzyzaniak, K. (1990). Petroglyphs and the Research on the Development of the Cultural Attitude Towards Animals in the Dakhleh Oasis (Egypt). Sahara 3: 95-97.

McDonald, M. M. A. (1991). Origins of the Neolithic in the Nile Valley as Seen from Dakhleh Oasis in the Egyptian Western Desert. Sahara 4: 41-52.

McDonald, M. M. A. (1991). Technological Organization and Sedentism in the Epipaleolithic of Dakhleh Oasis, Egypt. The African Archaeological Review 9: 81-109. [Electronic]

McDonald, M. M. A. (1996) Relations between Dakhleh Oasis and the Nile Valley in the Mid- Holocene: A Discussion. In Interregional Contacts in the Later Prehistory of Northeastern North Africa. Poznan: Poznan Archaeological Museum, pp. 93-99.

McDonald, M. M. A. (1999). Neolithic Cultural Units and Adaptations in the Dakhleh Oasis. In Reports from the Survey of the Dakhleh Oasis Western Desert of Egypt 1977-1987, ed. C. S. Churcher and A. J. Mills. Oxford: Oxbow, pp. 117-132. (text originally completed in 1986)

McDonald, M. M. A. (1999). Dakhla Oasis, Balat. In Encyclopedia of the Archaeology of Ancient Egypt, ed. K. A. Bard. New York: Routledge, pp. 226-229.

McDonald, M. M. A. (2001). The Late Prehistoric Radiocarbon Chronology for Dakhleh Oasis Within the Wider Environmental and Cultural Setting of the Egyptian Western Desert. In The Oasis Papers. Proceedings of the First International Symposium of the Dakhleh Oasis Project, C. A. Marlow and A. J. Mills (eds). Oxford: Oxbow, 26-42.

McDonald, Mary M.A. and Charles S. Churcher, Ursula Thanheiser, Jennifer Thompson, Ines Teubner and Ashten R. Warfe. (2001). The mid-Holocene Sheikh Muftah Cultural Unit of Dakhleh Oasis, South Central Egypt: a preliminary report on recent fieldwork. Nyame Akuma, no. 56, December 2001: 4-10

McDonald, M. M. A. (2002). Holocene Prehistory: Interim Report on the 1997 and 1998 Seasons—the Masara Sites. In Dakhleh Oasis Project: Preliminary Reports on the 1994-1995 to 1998-1999 Field Seasons, ed. C. A. Hope and G. E. Bowen. Oxford: Oxbow, pp. 7-14.

McDonald, M. M. A. (2002). Holocene Prehistory: Interim Report on the 1999 Season. In Dakhleh Oasis Project: Preliminary Reports on the 1994-1995 to 1998-1999 Field Seasons, ed. C. A. Hope and G. E. Bowen. Oxford: Oxbow, pp. 15-23.

McDonald, M.M.A. (2002) Dakhleh Oasis in Predynastic and Early Dynastic Times: Bashendi B and the Sheikh Muftah Cultural Units. Archéo-Nil 12: 109-120.

McDonald, , M.M.A. (2003). 'The Early Holocene Masara A and Masara C Cultural Sub-Units of Dakhleh Oasis, within a Wider Cultural Setting', The Oasis Papers 3, G. E. Bowen and C. Hope, eds., Oxford: Oxbow, 43-70.

Riemer, Heiko (2004). News about the Clayton Rings: Long Distance Desert Travellers during Egypt's Predynastic. In Egypt at its Origins: Studies in Memory of Barbara Adams, ed. S. Hendrickx et al., Leuven: Peeters, pp. 971-990.

Riemer, Heiko, Nadja Pollath, Stefanie Nussbaum, Ines Teubner, and Huert Berke. (2008). El Kharafish. A Sheikh Muftah Desert Camp Site Between the Oasis and the Nile. Egypt at its Origins 2. B. Midant-Reynes and Y. Tristant ed. Dudley, MA: Uitgeverij Peeters en Departement Oosterse Studies.

Riemer, Heiko and Karin Kindermann. (2008). Contacts between the Oasis and the Nile: A Resume of Abu Muhariq Plateau Survey 1995-2002. Egypt at its Origins 2. B. Midant-Reynes and Y. Tristant ed. Dudley, MA: Uitgeverij Peeters en Departement Oosterse Studies.

Schild, R. and F. Wendorf (1977). The Prehistory of the Dakhleh Oasis and Adjacent Desert. Warsaw: Polish Akademy of Schience.

Simmons, Alan H. and Rolfe D. Mandel (eds). (1986). Prehistoric occupation of a marginal environment: an archaeological survey near Kharga Oasis in the western desert of Egypt. Oxford, England: B.A.R.

Thompson, J. L. (2002). Neolithic Burials at Sheikh Muftah: A Preliminary Report. In Dakhleh Oasis Project: Preliminary Reports on the 1994-1995 to 1998-1999 Field Seasons, ed. C. A. Hope and G. E. Bowen. Oxford: Oxbow, pp. 43-45.

Warfe, A. R. (2003). Cultural Origins of the Egyptian Neolithic and Predynastic: An Evaluation of the Evidence From the Dakhleh Oasis (South Central Egypt). African Archaeological Review 20(4):175-202. [Electronic]

Warfe, A. R. (2005). Report on a Study of Sheikh Muftah Pottery at Mut el-Kharab. The Bulletin of the Australian Centre for Egyptology 16: 50-53

Wasylikowa, Krystyna, Mitka, Józef, Wendorf, Fred & Schild, Romuald (1997). Exploitation of Wild Plants by the Early Neolithic Hunter-Gatherers of the Western Desert, Egypt: Nabta Playa as a Case-Study. Antiquity, 71. Pp 932-41.

Wendorf, F. and R. Schild. (1980). Prehistory of the Eastern Sahara. New York: Academic.

Wendorf, F., R. Schild, and A. E. Close, eds. (1984). Cattle-keepers of the Eastern Sahara: the Neolithic of Bir Kiseiba. Dallas: Southern Methodist University.

Wiseman. M. F. (1999). Late Pleistocene Prehistory in the Dakhleh Oasis. In Reports from the Survey of the Dakhleh Oasis Western Desert of Egypt 1977-1987, ed. C. S. Churcher and A. J. Mills. Oxford: Oxbow, pp. 109-115.

Wiseman, Marcia F. (1999). Kharga Oasis, prehistoric sites. In: Kathryn A. Bard. Encyclopedia of the Archaeology of Ancient Egypt. London: Routledge, Pp. 408-411.

Old Kingdom and First Intermediate Period Dakhleh

Castel, Georges (2005). Le mastaba Khentika dans l'oasis de Dakhla (fin Vie dynastie). Etude architecturale. Structure and Significance. Thoughts on Ancient Egyptian Architecture, ed. P. Janosi. Wien: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, pp. 209-245.

Castel, Georges, Laure Pantalacci and Nadine Cherpion. (2001) Balat V. Le Mastaba de Khentika: Tombeau d'un Gouverneur de l'Oasis à la fin de l'Ancien Empire. IFAO, Cairo.

Cherpion, N. (1999). Le statue du sanctuaire de Medounefer. BIFAO 99: 85-101.

Degreef, J. D. (2009). The Gebel Uweinat relief of Mentuhotep II: a jubilee scene? Sahara 20: 121-124.

Fischer, H. (1991). Sur les Routes de l'Ancien Empire, CRIPEL13: 59-64.

FÖrster, F. (2007). With donkeys, jars and water bags into the Libyan Desert: The Abu Ballas Trail in the Late Old Kingdom/First Intermediate Period. BMSAES 7: 1-39.

Goedicke, H. (1989). The Pepi II decree from Dakhleh. BIAFO 89: 203-212.

Hope, Colin A. (2001). Egypt and Libya: The Excavations at Mut el-Kharab in Egypt's Dakhleh Oasis. The Artefact. vol. 24: 29-46

Hope, C. (2007). Egypt and 'Libya' to the End of the Old Kingdom: A View from Dakhleh Oasis. In The Archaeology and Art of Ancient Egypt I, ed. Z. Hawass and J. Richards. Cairo: AUC Press, pp. 399-415.

Kuhlmann, K. P. (2005). Der 'Wasserberg' des Dhedefre (Chufu 01/1) Ein Lagerplatz mit Expeditioninschriften der 4. Dynastie im Raum der Oase Dachla. MDAIK 61: 244-289.

Kaper, O. and C. Hope (2008). The Inscription of Sa-Igai. BACE 19: 56-60.

Kaper, O. and H. Willems (2002). Policing the Desert: Old Kingdom Activity around the Dakhleh Oasis. In Egypt and Nubia: Gifts of the Desert, ed. R. Friedman. Pp. 79-94.

Kuper, Rudolph. (2003). The Abu Ballas Trail: Pharaonic Advances into the Libyan Desert. In Egyptology at the Dawn of the Twenty-first Century: Proceedings of the Eighth International Congress of Egyptologists, vol. 2, edited by Z. Hawass, pp. 372-376. AUC, Cairo.

Kuper, Rudolph and Frank FÖrster (2003). Khufu's 'mefat' expeditions into the Libyan Desert. Egyptian Archaeology 23: 25-28.

Midant-Reynes, Béatrix (1998). Le silex de 'Ayn-Asil. Oasis de Dakhla - Balat, Le Caire, Institut français d'archéologie orientale, Documents de fouilles de l'IFAO, 34.

Mills, A. J. (1995). A Note on a New Old Kingdom Site in the Dakhleh Oasis. Journal of the Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities 25: 61-65.

Mills, A. J. (1998). Dakhla Oasis, Dynastic and Roman Sites. In Encyclopedia of the Archaeology of Ancient Egypt, edited by K. A. Bard, pp. 220-222. Routledge, London.

Mills, A. J. (1999). Pharaonic Egyptians in the Dakhleh Oasis. In Reports from the Survey of the Dakhleh Oasis, Western Desert of Egypt, 1977-1987, edited by C. S. Churcher and A. J. Mills, pp. 171-178. Oxbow, Oxford.

Mills, T. (2002). Another Old Kingdom Site in the Dakhleh Oasis. In Egypt and Nubia. Gifts of the Desert, ed. R. Friedman, pp. 74-78.

Mills, A. J. (2002). Deir el-Hagar, 'Ain Birbiyeh, 'Ain el-Gazzareen and El-Muzawwaqa. In Dakhleh Oasis Project: Preliminary Reports on the 1994-1995 to 1998-1999 Field Seasons, edited by C. A. Hope and G. E. Bowen, pp. 25-30. Oxbow, Oxford.

Mills, T. and O. Kaper (2003). Ain el-Gazzareen: Developments in the Old Kingdom Settlement. In The Oasis Papers III: Proceedings of the Third International Conference of the Dakhleh Oasis Project, ed. G. E. Bowen and C. A. Hope. Oxford: Oxbow, pp. 123-129.

Minault-Gout, Anne et Patrick Deleuze (1992). Balat II: Le Mastaba d'Ima-Pepi: Tombeau d'un Gouverneur de l'Oasis a la fin de l'ancien empire. Caire: IFAO.

Pantalacci, Laure (2005) Agriculture, élevage et société rurale dans les oasis d'après les archives de Balat (fin de l'Ancien Empire). Cahier de recherché de l'institut de papyrologie et d'égyptologie de Lille., vol. 25. Pp 79-84.

Reimer, H. and R. Kuper. (2000). "Clayton Rings": enigmatic ancient pottery from the Eastern Sahara. Sahara 12: 91-100.

Riemer, Heiko (2006) Control posts and navigation system of the Pharaonic Abu Ballas Trail. PDF. http://snipurl.com/24rdi

Sakr, E. Mahmoud (1998). The Economic and Administrative situations of Egyptian Oases from the Ancient Times till the First Intermediate Period. In The Culture of the Oasis from the Antiquity to the Modern Age. El Kharga, 22-27 October 1998. Cairo: Acta, pp. 33-42.

Smith, H. S. and L. L. Giddy (1985). Nubia and the Dakhla Oasis in the Late Third Millennium B.C.: The present balance of textual and archaeological evidence. Melanges offerts à Jean Vercoutter. Editions Recherche sur les Civilisation: 317-330.

Soukiassian, George et al. (1990). Les Ateliers de Potiers d'Ayn-Asil. Caire: IFAO.

Soukiassian, Georges, Michel Wuttmann and Laure Pantalacci. (2002). Balat VI. Le Palais des Gouverneurs de l'époque de Pépy II: Les Sanctuaires de ka et leurs dépendances. IFAO, Cairo.

Soukiassian, G., M. Wuttmann & D. Schaad (1990). La Ville d'Ayn-Asil a Dakhla. Etat des reecherces. BIFAO 90: 347-358.

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Anthes, R. 1930. Eine Polizeistreife des mittleren Reiches in die westliche Oase. ZÄS 65: 108-14.

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Ayn Birbiyeh

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'Ayn-Manawir

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Bagawat

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El-Deir (Kharga)

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Deir Abu Metta

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Deir el-Haggar

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Deir Mustafa Kashef

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Dush (Kysis)

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Ein Tirghi

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Gebel al-Teir

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Ghueita

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Hibis

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Kellis

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Hope, Colin (1994). Isis and Serapis at Kellis: a Brief Note. Bulletin of the Australian Centre for Egyptology 5, 37-42.

Hope, Colin (1995). The Excavations at Ismant el-Kharab in 1995. The Bulletin of the Australian Centre for Egyptology 6: 51-58.

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Hope, Colin (1998). Objects from the Temple of Tutu, Egyptian Religion: The Last Thousand Years II, 803-58.

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Hope, Colin (2001). The Excavations at Ismant el-Kharab and Mut el-Kharab in 2001. Bulletin of the Australian Centre for Egyptology 12, 35-63.

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Kaper, O. (1997). A painting of the gods of Dakhla in the temple of Ismant el-Kharab. In The Temple in Ancient Egypt. New Discoveries and Recent Research, ed. S. Quirke. London: British Museum Press, pp. 204-215.

Kaper, Olaf E. (1999). Epigraphy at Ismant el-Kharab 1992-94: Interim Observations. In Dakhleh Oasis Project: Preliminary Reports on the 1992-1993 and 1993-1994 Field Seasons, ed. C. A. Hope and A.J. Mills. Dakhleh Oasis Project Monograph 8, 69-74.

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Knudstad, J. E. and R. A. Frey (1999). Kellis: The Architectural Survey of the Romano-Byzantine Town at Ismant el-Kharab. In Reports from the Survey of the Dakhleh Oasis 1977-1987. Ed. C. S. Churcher and A. J. Mills. Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp. 189-214.

Molto, J. E. (2001). The Comparative Skeletal Biology and Paleoepidemiology of the People From Ein Tirghi and Kellis, Dakhleh, Egypt'. In The Oasis Papers. Proceedings of the First International Symposium of the Dakhleh Oasis Project, C. A. Marlow and A. J. Mills (eds). Oxford: Oxbow, 81- 100.

Molto, J. E. (2002). Bio-archaeological Research of Kellis 2: An Overview. In Dakhleh Oasis Project: Preliminary Reports on the 1994-1995 to 1998-1999 Field Seasons. Ed. Colin A. Hope and Gillian E. Bowen. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 239-53.

Parr, Ryan L. (2002). Mitochondrial DNA Sequence Analysis of Skeletal Remains from the Kellis 2 Cemetery. In Dakhleh Oasis Project: Preliminary Reports on the 1994-1995 to 1998-1999 Field Seasons. Ed. Colin A. Hope and Gillian E. Bowen. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 257-261.

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Thanheiser, U. (2002). Roman Agriculture and Gardening in Egypt as seen from Kellis. In Dakhleh Oasis Project: Preliminary Reports on the 1994-1995 to 1998-1999 Field Seasons, ed. C. Hope and G. E. Bowen. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 299-310.

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Worp, K.A. (1997). The Kellis Isocrates Codex: (P. Kell. III Gr. 95). Dakhleh Oasis Project Monograph 5. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Worp, K. A. (2003). A Mythological Ostrakon from Kellis. In The Oasis Papers 3: Proceedings of the Third International Conference of the Dakhleh Oasis Project, eds. G. E. Bowen and C. A. Hope. Oxford: Oxbow Press, 379-382.

Worp, K.A. (2004). Greek Ostraca from Kellis: O. Kellis, nos. 1-293; with a chapter on the ostraca and the archaeology of Ismant el-Kharab by Colin Hope. Dakhleh Oasis Project Monograph 13. Oxford: Oxbow Books. (see also Monograph 9 for the Coptic texts).

For excavation reports on Kellis see: http://arts.monash.edu.au/archaeology/excavations/ismant.html

Labakha

Hussein, Adel (2000). Le Sanctuaire Rupestre de Piyris à Ayn al-Labakha. Cairo.

Ibrahim, Bahgat Ibrahim, F. Dunand, J-L. Heim, R. Lichtenberg, M. Hussein. Le materiel archeologique et les restes humains de la necropole d'Ain el-Labakha. Cybele.

Wagner, G. (1996). Les Inscriptions Grecques d'Aïn Labakha (Stèles - Graffites - Depinti). ZPE 111: 97-114.

Mut

Hope, Colin (2001). The Excavations at Ismant el-Kharab and Mut el-Kharab in 2001. Bulletin of the Australian Centre for Egyptology 12, 35-63.

Hope, Colin A. (2001). Egypt and Libya: The Excavations at Mut el-Kharab in Egypt's Dakhleh Oasis. The Artefact. vol. 24: 29-46

Hope, Colin (2002). Excavations at Mut el- Kharab and Ismant el-Kharab in 2001-2, Bulletin of the Australian Centre for Egyptology 13, 85-107.

Hope, Colin (2002). Excavations at Mut el-Kharab and Ismant el-Kharab in 2001-2. Bulletin of the Australian Centre for Egyptology 13, 85-107.

Hope, C. A. (2005). Mut el-Kharab: Seth's city in Dakhleh Oasis. Egyptian Arch. 27: 3-6.

Hope, Colin, et al. (2005). Report on the Excavations at Ismant el-Kharab and Mut el Kharab in 2005, with Appendices. The Bulletin of the Australian Centre for Egyptology 16: 35-83.

Hope, Colin, et al. (2006). Report on the Excavations at Ismant el-Kharab and Mut el Kharab in 2006. The Bulletin of the Australian Centre for Egyptology 17: 23-68.

Hope, C. A. and O. E. Kaper (2007). Egyptian Interest in the Oases in the New Kingdom and a New Stela for Seth from Mut el-Kharab. In Ken Kitchen's festschrift, 1-22.

Kaper, O. (1997). The Statue of Penbast: On the Cult of Seth in the Dakhleh Oasis. In Essays on Ancient Egypt in Honor of Herman te Velde, ed. J. van Dijk. Groningen: Brill, pp. 231-241.

Kaper, O. (2001). Two Decorated Blocks from the Temple of Seth in Mut el-Kharab. Bulletin of the Australian Centre for Egyptology 12, 71-78.

Kaper, O. E. (2009). Epigraphic Evidence from the Dakhleh Oasis in the Libyan Period. In The Libyan Period in Egypt. Historical and Cultural Studies into the 21st and 24th Dynasties: Proceedings of a Conference at Leiden University, 25-27 October 2007, ed. G. P. F. Broekman et al. Leiden: Nederlands Instituut vor het Nabije Oosten, pp. 149-159.

Kaper, O. and C. Hope (2008). The Inscription of Sa-Igai. BACE 19: 56-60.

Muzzawaka

Whitehouse, H. (1998). Roman in Life, Egyptian in Death: The painted tomb of Petosiris in the Dakhleh Oasis. Life on the Fringe: Living in the Southern Egyptian Deserts during the Roman and Early -Byzantine Periods. Ed. O. Kaper. Leiden, 253-270.

Nadura

Klotz, D. (2009). The Cult-Topographical Text of Qasr el-Zayyan. Revue d'égyptologie 60. [Electronic]

Roman Forts

Alston, R. (1995). Soldier and Society in Roman Egypt. A Social History. New York: Routledge.

Bagnall, R. S. (1977). Army and Police in Roman Upper Egypt. JARCE 14: 67-86. (reprinted in Hellenistic and Roman Egypt). [Electronic]

Bagnall, R. S. (1997). A Kinder, Gentler Roman Army? (extended review of r. Alston, Soldier and Society in Roman Egypt. JRA 10: 504-512.

Bagnall, R. S. (2001). The Camp of Hibis. Essays and Texts in Honor of J. David Thomas. Am. Stud. Pap 42. Oakville CT, pp. 3-9.

Bagnall, R. S., A. Bülow-Jacobsen, et al. (2001). Security and water on the Eastern Desert roads: the prefect Iulius Ursus and the construction of praesidia under Vespasian. JRA 14: 325-33.

Bowman, A. K. (2006). Outposts of empire: Vindolanda, Egypt and the empire of Rome, JRA 19: 75-93. [Electronic]

Bowman, A. K. (1978). The Military Occupation of Upper Egypt in the Reign of Diocletian. Urbana: University of Illinois.

Brones Sophie, Duvette Catherine (2007) Le fort d'El-Deir, oasis de Kharga « état des lieux» architectural et archéologique. BIFAO 107: 5-42.

Colin, F.; D. Laisney; S. Marchand (2001). Qaret el-Toub: un fort romain et une nécropole pharaonique, BIFAO 100: 145-192.

Davis, R.W. (1989). The investigation of some crimes in Roman Egypt. In Service in the Roman Army, ed. R.W. Davies. New York: Columbia University, pp. 175-186.

El-Saghir, M. (1986). Le camp romain de Louqsor. Cairo: IFAO.

Elton, H. (1996). Frontiers of the Roman Empire. Bloomington: Indiana UP.

Figueras, P. (2000). From Gaza to Pelusium. Materials for the Historical Geograpy of North Sinai and Southwestern Palestine (332-640 CE). Beer-Sheva.

Grossmann, P. (2005). Zu dem spÄtrÖmishen MilitÄrlager in Tempel von Taposiris Magna. Bull. de la Soc. d'Arch. Copte 44: 11-27. [Electronic]

Jackson, R. B. (2002). At Empire's Edge: Exploring Rome's Eastern Frontier. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Johnson, Stephen. (1983). Late Roman Fortifications, London.

Lesquier, Jean. (1918). L'armée romaine d'égypte d'Auguste à Dioclétien. Cairo: IFAO.

Luttwak, E. (1976). The Grand Strategy of the Roman Empire from the First Century A.D. to the Third. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP.

Mackensen, M. (2003). Das diokletianische Kastell Magdolum/Tell el-Herr am Ostrand des Nildeltas und andere spÄtrÖmische Kastelle in Ägypten. JRA 16: 724-734.

Morkot, R. (1996). The Darb el-Arbain, the Kharga Oasis and its forts and other desert routes. In D. Bailey, (ed.) Archaeological research in Roman Egypt. Proceedings of the Seventeenth Classical Colloquium of the Department of Greek and Roman Antiquities, British Museum, held on 1-4 December, 1993. Ann Arbor: Journal of Roman Archaeology, 82-94.

Parker, S.T. (1987). Peasants, pastoralists, and "Pax Romana": a different view. Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 265: 35-51.

Reddé, Michel (1999). Sites Militaires Romains de l'Oasis de Kharga, BIFAO 99: 377-96

Reddé, M. (2004). Réflexions critiques sur les chapelles militaires (aedes principiorum). JRA 17: 443-62.

Rossi, Corinna (2000). Umm el-Dabadib, Roman Settlement in the Kharga Oasis: Description of the Visible Remains. With a note on 'Ayn Amur. MDAIK 56:335-352.

Rossi, Corina, and Salima Ikram. (2006). North Kharga Oasis Survey 2003 Preliminary Report: Umm el-Dabadib. MDAIK 62: 271-306.

Shaw, B. (1984). Bandits in the Roman Empire. Past & Present 105: 3-52. [Electronic]

Sidebotham, S.E. and W. Z. Wendrich (eds) (1995), Berenike 1994: Preliminare Report of the 1994 Excavations at Berenike (Egyptian Red Sea Coast) and the Survey of the Eastern Desert. Leiden.

Updegraff, R.T. (1988). The Blemmyes I: The Rise of the Blemmyes and the Roman Withdrawal from Nubia under Diocletian (with Additional Remarks by L. TÖrÖk) ANRW II.10.1: 44-106. [Electronic]

For Persian, Ptolemaic, and Roman temples (& religious behavior)

Arnold, Dieter (1999). Temples of the Last Pharaohs. New York: Oxford University Press.

Aufrère, Sydney, Jean-Claude Golvin, Jean-Claude Goyon. (1994). L'égypte restituée. Sites et temples des déserts. De la naissance de la civilisation pharaonique à l'époque gréco-romaine, Paris, éditions Errance.

Choat, Malcolm (2006). Belief and Cult in Fourth-Century Papyri. Sydney.

Colin, F. (1998). Les Fondateurs Du Sanctuaire d'Ammon à Siwa (Désert Libyque): Autour d'un Bronze de Donation Inédit. Egyptian religion : the last thousand years : studies dedicated to the memory of Jan Quaegebeur. eds. W. Clarysse, A. Schoors, H. Willems and J. Quaegebeur (Leuven): 329-355.

Colin, F. (2004). Un temple en activité sous Domitien au Kôm al Cheikh Ahmad (Bahariya) d'après une dédicace grecque récemment découverte. BIFAO 104.1: 103-34.

Coulon, L. and C. Defernez (2004). La chapelle d'Osiris Ounnefer Neb-Djefaou à Karnak: Rapport préliminaire des fouilles et travaux 2000-2004. BIFAO 104.1: 135-90.

Cruz-Uribe, Eugene. (1989). Oasis of the Spirit. Archaeology 42: 48-53.

Cruz-Uribe, Eugene. (1999). Kharga Oasis, Late period and Graeco-Roman sites. In: Kathryn A. Bard. Encyclopedia of the Archaeology of Ancient Egypt. London: Routledge. Pp. 406-408.

Dunand, F. (1983). Culte royal et culte impérial en égypte. Continuités et ruptures. In Das RÖmisch-Byzantinische Ägypten: Akten des internationalen Symposions 26.-30. September 1978 in Trier, eds. Grimm, G., H. Heinen and E. Winter: 47-56 [Electronic: listed under 1978]

Dunand, F. (1998). 'Mort Avant l'Heure . . .': Sur l'Espérance de Vie en égypte Tardive. Egyptian religion : the last thousand years : studies dedicated to the memory of Jan Quaegebeur. eds. W. Clarysse, A. Schoors, H. Willems and J. Quaegebeur (Leuven): 961-974.

Dunand, F. and Christiane Zivie-Coche (2004). Gods and men in Egypt: 3000 BCE to 395 CE. Ithaca: Cornell UP.

Fakhry, Ahmed. (1941). A Roman Temple Between Kharga and Sakhla. ASAE 40: 761-768. (Ayn Amur)

Finnestad, R.B. (1985) Image of the World and Symbol of the Creator: on the Cosmological and Iconological Values of the Temple of Edfu. Studies in Oriental Religione 10. Wiesbaden.

Frankfurter, D. (1998). Religion in Roman Egypt. Assimilation and Resistance. Princeton: Princeton UP.

Frankfurter, D. (ed.) (1998). Pilgrimage and Holy Space in Late Antique Egypt. Leiden.

Ginsburg, Léonard. (1995). Felis libyca balatensis. Les chats du mastaba II de Balat (Kharga Oasis), BIFAO 95: 259-271.

Kákosy, L. (1963). Problems of the Thoth-Cult in Roman Egypt.

Kaper, O. (1987). How the God Amun-Nakht Came to Dakhleh Oasis. Journal of the Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities 17: 151-156.

Kaper, O. (1997). A Painting of the Gods of Dakhla in the Temple of Ismant el-Kharab. In The Temple in Ancient Egypt. New Discoveries and Recent Research, ed. S. Quirke. London: British Museum Press, pp. 204-215.

Kaper, O. (1997). The Statue of Penbast, On the Cult of Seth in the Dakhleh Oasis, Essays on Ancient Egypt in Honour of Herman te Velde, ed. J. van Dijk, Groningen, 231-41.

Kaper, Olaf (1997). Temples and Gods in Roman Dakhleh: Studies in the Indigenous Cults of an Egyptian Oasis. Groningen: Rijksuniversiteit Groningen.

Kaper, Olaf (1998). Temple Building in the Egyptian Deserts During the Roman Period. In Life on the Fringe: living in the southernmost Egyptian deserts during the Roman and early Byzantine Periods. Ed, O. Kaper. Leiden.139-58

Kuhlmann, K. P. (2001). Gleanings from the Texts in the Sanctuary of Amun at Aghurmi (Siwa Oasis). MDAIK 57: 187-203.

Kurth, Dieter. (1992). Einige Anmerkungen zum oberen Tempel von Nadura in der Oase Charga. Offprint from: Dielheimer BlÄtter zum Alten Testament, Nr. 27.

Lindsay, J. (1968). Men and Gods on the Roman Nile. London: Muller.

Montserrat, D. and L. Meskell (1997). Mortuary Archaeology and Religious Landscape at Graeco- Roman Deir el-Medina. JEA 83: 179-98. [Electronic]

Revez, J. (2004). Une stèle commémorant la construction par l'empereur Auguste du mur d'enceinte du temple de Montou-Rê à Médamoud. BIFAO 104.2: 495-510.

Sauneron, Serge. (1955). Les temples gréco-romains de l'Oasis de Khargéh. BIFAO 55: 23-31.

Sauneron, Serge. (1955). Quelques sanctuaires égyptiens des Oasis de Dakhleh et de Khargeh: Notes de Voyage. CHE 7: 282-284.

Sauneron, Serge (2000). The Priests of Ancient Egypt. Ithaca: Cornell UP.

Thiers, C. (2006). égyptiens et Grecs au service des cultes indigènes. Un aspect de l'évergétisme en égypte lagide. In Les Régulations sociales dans l'Antiquité, Actes du colloque d'Angers 23 et 24 mai 2003, ed. M. Molin (Rennes): 275-302. [Electronic]

Turcan, R. (1996). The Cults of the Roman Empire. Oxford.

Wagner, G. (1974). Le Temple d'Herakles Kallinikos et d'Ammon à Psôbthis-El Qasr, Métropole de la Petite Oasis. BIFAO 74: 23-27.

Witt, R.E. (1971). Isis in the Greco-Roman World. Ithaca.

Website on Roman temples in Egypt: http://www.romeinegypt.unipi.it/index.php

Graeco-Roman funerary archaeology

Bierbrier, M. L. (1997). Portraits and Masks: Burial Customs in Roman Egypt. London: British Museum Press.

Corbelli, J. A. (2006). The Art of Death in Graeco-Roman Egypt. Shire Publications: Buckinghamshire, England.

Corcoran, L. H. (1995). Portrait Mummies from Roman Egypt. The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilization 56. Chicago: The Oriental Institute.

Doiadis, E. (1995). The Mysterious Fayum Portraits: Faces from Ancient Egypt. New York: H. N. Abrams.

Dunand, F. (2006). Mummies and Death in Egypt. Ithaca: Cornell UP.

Hawass, Zahi (2000). Valley of the Golden Mummies. New York.

Minas-Nerpal, M. (2007). A Demotic Inscribed Icosahedron from Dakhleh Oasis. Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 93: 137-148.

Minault-Gout, Anne. (1995). Les mastabas miniatures de Balat ou les cimetières secondaires du mastaba II, BIFAO 95: 297-328.

Montserrat, D. (1993). The Representations of young males in 'Fayum Portraits.' JEA 79: 751- 762. [Electronic]

Riggs, C. (2000). Roman Mummy Masks from Deir el-Bahri. JEA 86: 121-144. [Electronic]

Riggs, C. (2002). Facing the Dead: Recent Research on the Funerary Art of Ptolemaic and Roman Egypt. AJA 106(1): 85-101. [Electronic]

Riggs, Christina (2005). The Beautiful Burial in Roman Egypt: Art, Identity, and Funerary Religion. Oxford: Oxford UP.

Riggs, C. and M. A. Stadler (2003). A Roman Shroud and its Demotic Inscriptions in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. JARCE 40: 69-88. [Electronic]

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Walker, S. and M. Bierbrier (1997). Ancient Faces. Mummy Portraits from Roman Egypt. London: British Museum Press.

Yamani, Sayed. (2007). Roman Necropolis in Ezbet Bashendi, Dakhla Oasis Egypt. In Proceedings of the Ninth International Congress of Egptologists Grenoble, 6-12 Septembre 2004, vol 2, ed. J.-C. Goyon and C. Cardin. Leuven: Peeters, 1967-1984.

Agriculture

Adams, C. E. P. (2007). Land Transport in Roman Egypt: A Study of Economics and Administration in a Roman Province. New York: Oxford University Press.

Bagnall, Roger, S. (1997). The Kellis Agricultural Account Book: P. Kell. IV Gr.96. Dakhleh Oasis Project Monograph 7. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Bagnall, R. S. (2003). A Vineyard in the Small Oasis: What was the Dispute About? JJurPap 33: 17-25.

Barakat, Hala N. and Nathalie Baum. (1992). Douch, 2: La végétation antique [de Douch. (Oasis de Kharga)]. Une approche macrobotanique (= Documents de Fouilles, 27). Cairo.

Barker, Graeme et al. (1996). Farming the Desert.

Bates, O. (1908). Water in Kharga. Geological Magazine 5.5: 49-57; 102-08.

Beadnell, H. J. L. (1908). Flowing wells and Sub-surface Water in Kharga Oasis, Geological Magazine, v (N.S.)

Beadnell, H. J. L. (1933). Remarks on the Prehistoric Geography and Underground Water in Kharga Oasis, Geog. Journal, 81.2.

Bowman, A. K. (1996). Provincial administration and taxation, CAH 2 , Vol. X: 344-70. [Electronic]

Briant, P., ed. (2001). Irrigation et drainage dans l'antiquité : qanats et canalisations souterraines en Iran, en égypte et en Grèce : séminaire tenu au Collège de France. Paris: Thum.

Bousquet, B. (1996). Les paysages irrigués dees oasis égyptiennes de l'Antiquité, Actes du Colloque Journée d'études sur l'Afrique antique, 18 mai 1996, Nantes, 15.

Bowman, A. K. And E. Rogan. (1999). Agriculture in Egypt: From Pharaonic to Modern Times. Oxford: Oxford UP.

Burmil, Shmuel (2007) Gardens in the Oases of Egypt's Western Desert and their Similarities to Ancient Egyptian Gardens. Studies in the History of Gardens and Designed Landscapes, Vol. 27, Issue 1. Pp. 77-85.

Chauveau, M. 2005. 'Irrigation et exploitation de la terre dans l'oasis de Kharga à l'époque Perse,' CRIPEL 25: 157-63.

Craig, G. M., ed. (1993). The Agriculture of Egypt. Oxford: Oxford UP.

Cruz-Uribe, E. (2003). 'Qanats in the Achaemenid Period', Bib. Or. 60.5-6: 537-44.

Grimal, Nicholas. (2000). Les oasis du desert libyque: l'eau, la tere et le sable, CARIBL 20000, 909-40.

Kaper, O. (2001). Local Perceptions of the Fertility of the Dakhleh Oasis in the Roman Period, in The Oasis Papers. Proceedings of the First International Symposium of the Dakhleh Oasis Project, C. A. Marlow and A. J. Mills (eds). Oxford: Oxbow, 70-79.

Kehoe, D. P. (1997). Landowners, tenants, and agrarian relations in Roman Egypt. JRA 10: 561-66.

Kehoe, Tennis (1999). Tenancy and Oasis Agriculture on an Egyptian Estate of the 4 th c. A.D., JRA 12: 745-51

King, W. J. Harding (1917). Irrigation in the Dakhla Oasis. The Geographic Journal 40.5: 358- 364. [Electronic]

Hitchner, B. (1993 [2002]). Olive Production and the Roman Economy: The Case for Intensive Growth in the Roman Empire. Originally published in La production du vin et de l'huile en Méditerranée (BCH supp. 27), eds. Amouretti and Brun. Athens. 499-503. Here from the reprint in The Ancient Economy, eds. Scheidel and von Reden (New York): 71-83. [Electronic]

Kaper, O. E. 2001. Local Perceptions of the Fertility of the Dakhleh Oasis in the Roman Period. In The Oasis Papers 1: The Proceedings of the First Conference of the Dakhleh Oasis Project, ed. C. A. Marlow and A. J. Mills. Oxford: Oxbow books, 70-79.

Lightfoot, D. R. 2000. The Origin and Diffusion of Qanats in Arabia: New Evidence from the Northern and Southern Peninsula. The Geographical Journal 166, No.3: 215-26.

Manning, J. G. (2003). Land and Power in Ptolemaic Egypt. Cambridge: CUP.

Mattingly, David (1993). in La production du vin et de l'huise en Méditerranée, ed. M.-C. Amouretti and J.-P. Brun (Paris)

Mattingly, David (1994). Regional Variation in Roman Oleoculture, Landuse in the Roman Empire, ed. J. Carlsen et al. Rome, 91-106.

Mattingly, David (1997). Africa: A Landscape of Opportunity? Dialogues in Roman Imperialism Portsmouth, RI, 117-39

Meeks, D. (1993). Oléiculture et viticulture dans l'Egypte pharaonique, Actes du symposium international organisé par le Centre Camille Jullian et le Centre Archeologique du Var. and see Bull de correspondance hellenique Supp. 26, Ecole françaie 'Athenes, 3-38.

Menu, B. ed. (1992). Les problèmes institutionnels de l'eau en Egypte ancienne et dans l'Antiquité méditerranénne. Cairo: IFAO.

Mills, Tony (1993). The Dakhleh Oasis Colombarium Farmhouse. In Bulletin de la Societé archéologique d'Alexandrie 45, 192-198.

Newton, C., T. Gonon and M. Wuttmann (2005). Un jardin d'oasis d'époque romaine à 'Ayn- Manâwir (Kharga, égypte). BIFAO 105: 167-96. [Electronic]

Panella, C. and A. Tchernia (1994 [2002]). Agricultural Products Transported in Amphorae: Oil and Wine. Translated and reprinted here from The Ancient Economy, eds. W. Scheidel and S. von Reden (New York): 173-189. [Electronic]

Pantalacci, Laure (2005) Agriculture, élevage et société rurale dans les oasis d'après les archives de Balat (fin de l'Ancien Empire). Cahier de recherché de l'institut de papyrologie et d'égyptologie de Lille, vol. 25. Pp 79-84.

Parsons, P. J. (1971). The Wells of Hibis, JEA 57: 165-80. [Electronic]

Rathbone, D. (1989 [2002]). The Ancient Economy and Greco-Roman Egypt. Reprinted here from The Ancient Economy, eds. W. Scheidel and S. von Reden (New York): 155-69. [Electronic]

Rathbone, D. (1991). Economic rationalism and rural society in third-century A.D. Egypt : the Heroninos archive and the Appianus estate. New York: Cambridge UP.

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Ritchie, James C. (1999) Flora, Vegetation and Palaeobotany of the Dakhleh Oasis. In Report from the Survey of the Dakhleh Oasis Western Desert of Egypt 1977-1987. Edited by C. S. Churcher and A. J. Mills. Oxford: Oxbow Books. Pp 73-82

Rowlandson, J. (1996). Landowners and tenants in Roman Egypt : the social relations of agriculture in the Oxyrhynchite Nome. Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Thanheiser, U. (2002). Roman Agriculture and Gardening in Egypt as seen from Kellis. In Dakhleh Oasis Project: Preliminary Reports on the 1994-1995 to 1998-1999 Field Seasons, ed. C. Hope and G. E. Bowen. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 299-310.

Social & Political History

Adams, C. and R. Laurence, eds. (2001). Travel and Geography in the Roman Empire. London: Routledge.

Alston, R. (1997). Houses and Households in Roman Egypt. In Domestic Space in the Roman World: Pompeii and Beyond, ed. R. Laurence and A. Wallace-Hadrilll. Portsmouth: JRS Suppl. 22.

Alston, R. (2002). The City in Roman and Byzantine Egypt. London.

Alston, R. and R. D. Alston (1997). Urbanism and the Urban Community in Roman Egypt. JEA 83: 199-216. [Electronic]

Bagnall, R. S. (1981). Egypt, the Ptolemies, and the Greek World. BES 3: 5-21.

Bagnall, R. S. (1988). Archaeology and Papyrology. JRA 1: 197-202.

Bagnall, Roger (1993). Egypt in Late Antiquity. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

Bagnall, R. S. (1997). A Mandate from the Great Oasis. ZPE 116: 149-151.

Bagnall, R. S. (1997). Decolonizing Ptolemaic Egypt. In Hellenistic Constructs: Essays in Culture, History and Historiography, ed. by P. Cartledge et al. Berkeley, pp. 225-41 (reprinted in Hellenistic and Roman Egypt, chapter VI)

Bagnall, R. S. (2000). P. Oxy. 4527 and the Antonine plague in Egypt: death or flight? JRA 13: 288-92.

Bagnall, R. S. (2001). Archeological Work on Hellenistic and Roman Egypt, 1995-2001. AJA 105.2: 227-43.

Bagnall, R. S. (2002). The effects of plague: model and evidence. JRA 15: 114-120.

Bagnall, R. S. (2006). The Demography of Roman Egypt. 2 nd ed. Cambridge.

Bagnall, R.S. (2003). The Camel, the Wagon, and the Wheel. In Later Roman Egypt: Society Religion, Economy, and Administration, ed. R.S. Bagnall. Burlington: Ashgate.

Bagnall, Roger (2006). The Demography of Roman Egypt. New York: Cambridge UP.

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Bingen, J. (2007). Hellenistic Egypt: Monarchy, Society, Economy, Culture. Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP.

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Bowman, Alan (1996). Egypt after the Pharaohs. London: British Museum Press.

Bowman, A. K. and D. Rathbone (1992). Cities and Administration in Roman Egypt, JRS 82: 107- 127. [Electronic]

Capponi, L. (2005). Augustian Egypt: The Creation of a Roman Province. New York: Routledge.

Cribiore, R. (2001). Gymastics of the Mind: Greek Education in Hellenistic and Roman Egypt. Princeton: Princeton UP.

Derda, T. (2001). Pagi in the Arsinoites: a study in the administration of the Fayum in the Roman period. JJP 33: 17-32. [Electronic]

Derda, T. (2003). Toparchies in the Arsinoite Nome: a study in the administration of the Fayum in the Early Byzantine period. JJP 31: 27-54. [Electronic]

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Ellis, W.M. (1994). Ptolemy of Egypt. New York: Routledge.

Gagos, T. and P. J. Sijpesteijn (1995). Settling a Dispute in Fourth Century Small Oasis, ZPE 105: 245-52.

Harris, W. V. and G. Ruffini (eds). (2004). Ancient Alexandria between Egypt and Greece. Boston: Brill.

Hillard, T. and J. L. Beness (2001). Romans in Upper Egypt in 116 B.C., BACE 12: 25-33.

Hoelbl, G. (2001). A History of the Ptolemaic Empire. London: Routledge.

Husselman, E.M. (1979). Karanis Excavations of the University of Michigan in Egypt 1928-1935. Topography and Architecture. Ann Arbor.

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Ceramics and material culture

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Hope, C.A. (1987e). Egyptian Pottery. Princes Risborough: Shire.

Hope, C. (1998) Early Pottery from Dakhleh Oasis. Bulletin of the Australian Centre for Egyptology 9, 53-60.

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Field Archaeology & Survey

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Barker, G.W., Adams, R.; Creighton, O.H.; Daly, P.; Gilbertson, D.D.; Grattan, J.P.; Hunt, C.O.; Mattingly, D.J.; McLaren, S.J.; Newson, P.; Palmer, C.; Pyatt, F.B.; Reynolds, T.E.G.; Smith, H.; Tomber, R.; Truscott, A.J. 2000. Archaeology and Desertification in the Wadi Faynan: The Fourth (1999).Season of the Wadi Faynan Landscape Survey. Levant 32: 27-52.

Barker, Graeme. 1996. Farming the Desert: The UNESCO Libyan Valleys Archaeological Survey. Paris: UNESCO.

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Conservation

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Anthropology and Modern History

Abu-Lughod, Lila (1986). Veiled Sentiments. Berkeley: University of California Press.

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Arabic

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Other archaeological sites

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ATHRIBIS

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ALEXANDRIA

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McKenzie, J. (2007). The Architecture of Alexandria and Egypt 300 BC - AD 700. New Haven.

*Rodziewicz, M. (1983). Alexandria and the District of Mareotis, Graeco-Arabica 2: 199- 216.

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KOM EL DIKKA (Alexandria)

†‡Borkowski, Z. (1981), Inscriptions des factions à Alexandrie, Alexandrie II. Warsaw.

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Kolataj, W. (1983). Recherches architectoniques dans les thermes et le théâtre de Kôm el-Dikka à Alexandrie. In Das RÖmisch-Byzantinische Ägypten: Akten des internationalen Symposions 26.- 30. September 1978 in Trier, eds. Grimm, G., H. Heinen and E. Winter: 187-94. [Electronic: listed 1978]

Kolotaj, W. (1992), Alexandrie VI. Imperial Baths at Kom al-Dikka. Warsaw.

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*Rodziewicz, M. (1982). Greco-Islamic Elements at Kom el Dikka in the Light of the New Discoveries. Remarks on Early Mediaeval Alexandria, Graeco-Arabica 1: 35-48. [Electronic]

*‡Polish Archaeology in the Mediterranean [Dighouse has vols. 3 - 10 (1991-1998) complete, and relevant selections from vols. 11 - 15 (1999-2003); ARCE should have a complete collection].

†‡For fuller (and older) bibliography, see The Encyclopedia of Ancient Egyptian Architecture by Dieter Arnold; translated by Sabine H. Gardiner and Helen Strudwick; edited by Nigel and Helen Strudwick (Princeton 2003).

KOM EL-SHOQAFA (Alexandria)

*Dzierzykray-Rogalski, T. (1983). Aspects paléo-démographiques et paléo-pathologiques de l'influence de l'entourage sure la population de Gabbari-Alexandrie. In Das RÖmisch- Byzantinische Ägypten: Akten des internationalen Symposions 26.-30. September 1978 in Trier, eds. Grimm, G., H. Heinen and E. Winter: 205-207. [Electronic: listed under 1978]

†Empereur, J.-Y. (1995). A short guide to the catacombs of Kom el Shoqafa, Alexandria (trans. Colin Clement). Alexandria.

†Empereur, J.-Y. and M.-D. Nenna, eds. (2003), Nécropolis 2. Cairo.

†Empereur, J.-Y. and M.-D. Nenna, eds. (2001), Nécropolis 1. Cairo.

Empereur, J.-Y. (1999). Alexandria: the necropolis. Egyptian Archaeology 15: 26-28.

*Haas, C. (2001). Alexandria and the Mareotis Region. Urban centers and rural contexts in late antiquity. eds. T. S. Burns and J. W. Eadie (East Lansing, Mich.): 47-62. [Electronic]

*Rodziewicz, M. (1995). A View of the Archaeological Evidence Concerning the Cultural Institutions in Ancient Alexandria, Graeco-Arabica 6: 317-332. [Electronic]

*Rodziewicz, M. (1993). Remarks on Kom el Demas in Alexandria, Graeco-Arabica 5: 315- 19. [Electronic]

*†Rodziewicz, M. (1983). Alexandria and the District of Mareotis, Graeco-Arabica 2: 199- 216.

*Sabottka, M. (1983). Ausgrabungen in der West-Nekropole Alexandrias (Gabbari). In Das RÖmisch-Byzantinische Ägypten: Akten des internationalen Symposions 26.-30. September 1978 in Trier, eds. Grimm, G., H. Heinen and E. Winter: 195-203 + plates. [Electronic: listed under 1978]

*Venit, M. (2002) The monumental tombs of ancient Alexandria : the theater of the dead. Cambridge.

*Venit, M. S. (1999). The Stagni Painted Tomb: Cultural Interchange and Gender Differentiation in Roman Alexandria. AJA 103(4): 641-70.

*Venit, M. S. (1997). The Tomb from Tigrane Pasha Street and the Iconography of Death in Roman Alexandria. AJA 101(4): 701-729.

Venit, M. S. (2002). The Uses of Egypt in Roman Alexandria. In Monumental Tombs of Ancient Alexandria. The Theater of the Dead. Cambridge.

†‡For fuller (and older) bibliography, see The Encyclopedia of Ancient Egyptian Architecture by Dieter Arnold; translated by Sabine H. Gardiner and Helen Strudwick; edited by Nigel and Helen Strudwick (Princeton 2003).

ABU MINA (Alexandria)

*†Davis, S. J. (1998). Pilgrimage and the cult of Saint Thecla in Late Antiquity, in Pilgrimage and Holy Space in Late Antique Egypt (ed. D. Frankfurter) Leiden: 303-39.

*Grossmann, P. (1982). Abu Mina. MDAIK 38: 130-54 (including plates and also plan of the extramural Church at Taposiris Magna). [Electronic]

Grossmann, P. (1983). Die zweischaligen spÄtantiken Vierkonchenbauten in Ägypten und ihre Beziehung zu den gleichartigen Bauten in Europa und Kleinasien. In Das RÖmisch-Byzantinische Ägypten: Akten des internationalen Symposions 26.-30. September 1978 in Trier, eds. Grimm, G., H. Heinen and E. Winter: 167-73. [Electronic: listed under 1978]

Grossmann, P. (1986). Abu Mina. A Guide to the Ancient Pilgrimage Center. Cairo.

‡Grossmann, P. (1989). Abu Mina I. Cairo.

*Grossmann, P. (1998). The Pilgrimage Center of Abu Mina. In Pilgrimage and Holy Space in Late Antique Egypt (ed. D. Frankfurter) Leiden: 281-302.

Grossmann, P. (1999). Abu Mina. In Coptic Encyclopedia. New York.

*Grossmann, P. (2002). Christliche Architektur in Ägypten. Handbuch der Orientalistik. Erste Abteilung, Nahe und der Mittlere Osten ; 62 Bd. Leiden.

*Grossmann, P. (2002). Report on the excavations at Abu Mina in spring 2001. Bulletin de la Société d'Archéologie Copte 41: 15-31.

*Grossmann, P. (2005). Zu dem spÄtrÖmishen MilitÄrlager in Tempel von Taposiris Magna, Bull. de la Soc. d'Arch. Copte 44: 11-27. [Electronic]

*Grossmann, P. and J. Kosciuk (2005). Report on the excavations at Abu Mina in Spring 2005, Bull. de la Soc. d'Arch. Copte 44: 29-44 (including plates). [Electronic]

*Grossmann, P. and J. Pfeiffer (2003). Report on the excavations at Abu Mina in spring 2002. Bulletin de la Société d'Archéologie Copte 42: 21-41.

*Grossmann, P. and I. Stollmayer (2000). Report on the excavations at Abu Mina in spring 1999. Bulletin de la Société d'Archéologie Copte 39: 103-117.

*Haas, C. (2001). Alexandria and the Mareotis Region. Urban centers and rural contexts in late antiquity. eds. T. S. Burns and J. W. Eadie (East Lansing, Mich.): 47-62. [Electronic]

*Kosciuk, J. (2003). The latest Phase of Abu Mina - The mediaeval Settlement. Bulletin de la Société d'Archéologie Copte 42: 43-54.

Külzer, A. (1994). Peregrinatio graeca in Terram Sanctam: Studien zu Pilgerführern und Reisebeschribungen über Syrien, PalÄstina und den Sinai aus byzantinischer und metabyzantinischer Zeit. Frankfurt.

*†Montserrat, D. (1998). Pilgrimage to the shrine of SS Cyrus and John at Menouthis in Late Antiquity. In Pilgrimage and Holy Space in Late Antique Egypt (ed. D. Frankfurter) Leiden: 257-79.

Papaconstantinou, A. (2001). Les culte des saints en Egypte des Byzantins aux Abbasides: L'apport des inscriptions et des papyus grecs et coptes. Paris.

*†Rodziewicz, M. (1983). Alexandria and the District of Mareotis, Graeco-Arabica 2: 199- 216.

‡Ward-Perkins, J. B. (1945). The Monastery of Taposiris Magna, BSAA 36: 48-53.

MAREA (Alexandria)

*For a general overview and bibliographic material, begin with the draft of the online article on Marea prepared by Prof. Bagnall.

Abd el-Fattah, A. (1988). Recent Discoveries in Alexandria and the Chora. In Commerce et artisanat dans l'Alexandrie hellénistique et romaine (BCH Suppl. 33, ed. J.-Y. Empereur), Athens: 37-53.

el-Ashmawi, F. (1988). Pottery Kiln and Wine-Factory at Burg el-Arab, Commerce et artisanat dans l'Alexandrie hellénistique et romaine (BCH Suppl. 33, ed. J.-Y. Empereur), Athens: 55-64.

‡†Empereur, Y.-J. (1998). Alexandria Rediscovered. London: 213-239.

Empereur, Y.-J. and M. Picon, (1998) Les ateliers d'amphores du Lac Mariout, in Commerce et artisanat dans l'Alexandrie hellénistique et romaine (BCH Suppl. 33, ed. J.-Y. Empereur), Athens: 75-91.

el-Fakharani, F. (1983). Recent Excavations at Marea in Egypt. In Das RÖmisch-Byzantinische Ägypten: Akten des internationalen Symposions 26.-30. September 1978 in Trier, eds. Grimm, G., H. Heinen and E. Winter: 175-186. [Electronic: listed under 1978]

*Grossmann, P. (2005). Zu dem spÄtrÖmishen MilitÄrlager in Tempel von Taposiris Magna, Bull. de la Soc. d'Arch. Copte 44: 11-27. [Electronic]

*Haas, C. (2001). Alexandria and the Mareotis Region. Urban centers and rural contexts in late antiquity. eds. T. S. Burns and J. W. Eadie (East Lansing, Mich.): 47-62. [Electronic]

*Haggag, M. (2003). Two Religious Buildings at Byzantine Marea. In Egyptology at the Dawn of the Twenty-first Century (ed. Hawass, Z. and L. P. Brock), Cairo and New York: 284-89.

*Kucharczyk, R. (2004 [2005]). Glass Finds from the Basilica in Marea, 2004, PAM 16: 55- 59. [Electronic]

†Petruso, K. and C. Gabel, Marea: A Byzantine Port on Egypt's Northwestern Frontier, Archaeology 36.5 (1983) 62-63, 76-77.

*‡Polish Archaeology in the Mediterranean [Dighouse has vols. 3 - 10 (1991-1998) complete, and relevant selections from vols. 11 - 15 (1999-2003); ARCE should have a complete collection].

Rodziewicz, M. (1998). Classification of Wineries from Mareotis. In Commerce et artisanat dans l'Alexandrie hellénistique et romaine (BCH Suppl. 33, ed. J.-Y. Empereur), Athens: 27-36.

Rodziewicz, M. (1990). Taenia and Mareotis: Archaeological Research West of Alexandria, Annual of the Egyptian Society of Greek and Roman Studies 1: 62-78.

‡Rodziewicz, M. (1988). Remarks on the Domestic and Monastic Architecture in Alexandria and Surroundings, Archaeology of the Nile Delta (Amsterdam): 267-277.

Rodziewicz, M. (1988). Remarks to the Peristyle House in Alexandria and Mareotis, ??a?t??? t?? X?? d?e????? s??ed???? ??as???? ???a??????a? 4: 175-178.

*†Rodziewicz, M. (1983). Alexandria and the District of Mareotis, Graeco-Arabica 2: 199- 216.

*Szymanska, H. and K. Babraj (2004 [2005]). Marea: Excavations 2004, PAM 16: 43-54. [Electronic]

MARINA EL ALAMEIN

Babowska, G. (2004 [2005]). Bronze Jewelry from Marina el-Alamein, PAM 16: 93-99. [Electronic]

Daszewski, W. A. et al. (2004 [2005]). Marina el-Alamein: Excavation Report 2004, PAM 16: 73- 92. [Electronic]

Kucharczyk, R. (2004 [2005]). Early Roman Glass from Marina el-Alamein. PAM 16: 93-99. [Electronic]

Lajtar, A. (2005). Four Inscriptions from Marina el-Alamein. JJP 35: 99-108. [Electronic]

Lajtar, A. (2003). The Inscription from Marina el-Alamein Commemorating the S?????OS?S of S??????S: An Addendum. JJP 33: 177-79. [Electronic]

Lajtar, A. (2001). Two Architectural Terms: S?????OS?S and S????S in an inscription from Marina el-Alamein. JJP 31: 59-66. [Electronic]

Medeksza, S. et al. (2004 [2005]). Marina el-Alamein: Conservation Work in 2004. PAM 16: 107- 130. [Electronic]

Medeksza S. and R. Czerner (2003). Rescuing Marina el-Alamein: a Graeco-Roman town in Egypt, Minerva 14.3: 20-23.

Mustafa Pasha Tombs (Alexandria) Venit, M. S (2002). Theater of the Dead: Theatricality in Alexandrian Tombs in Monumental Tombs of Ancient Alexandria. The Theater of the Dead. Cambridge.

FAYUM

On Karanis, see the following website (with full bibliography): http://www.umich.edu/~kelseydb/Exhibits/Karanis83/KaranisExcavation/KaranisExcavation.ht ml

Boak, A. E. and E. Peterson. (1931). Karanis Topographical and Architectural Report of Excavations 1924-28. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan.

Boak, A. E. R. and E. E. Peterson. (1931). Karanis Excavations of the Universtiy of Michigan in Egypt 1928-1935: Topography and Architecture. Ann Arbor: Univ. of Michigan.

Boak, A. E. ed. (1933). Karanis: The Temples, Coin Hoards, Botanical and Zoological Reports 1924-31. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan.

Bresciani, E. and R. Pintaudi. (1999). The discovery of a new temple at Medinet Madi. Egyptian Archaeology 15: 18-20.

Davoli, P. (forthcoming). Chapter II: Kom Aushim (Karanis). from the forthcoming English translation of L'archeologia urbana nel Fayyum di età ellenistica e romana (Naples 1998).

Gazda, E., ed. (2004). Karanis, an Egyptian town in Roman times : discoveries of the University of Michigan expedition to Egypt (1924-1935). Ann Arbor: Kelsey Museum of Archaeology.

Husselman, E. (1953). The dovecotes of Karanis, Transactions of the American Philological Association.84: 81-91.

Husselman, E.M. (1979). Karanis Excavations of the University of Michigan in Egypt 1928-1935. Topography and Architecture. Ann Arbor.

Maehler, H. (1983). HÄuser und ihre Bewohner im Fayûm in der Kaiserzeit. In Das RÖmisch- Byzantinische Ägypten: Akten des internationalen Symposions 26.-30. September 1978 in Trier (eds. Grimm, G., H. Heinen and E. Winter): 119-37. [Electronic]

*Pollard, N. (1998). The Chronology and Economic Condition of Late Roman Karanis. An Archaeological Reassessment. JARCE 35: 147-62. Electronic]

*Arnold D. (1999), Temple of the Last Pharaos. (Oxford): 254.

*Aufrere S., Golvin J.-Cl. & Goyon J.-Cl. (1997). L'égypte restituée. Sites, temples et pyramides de Moyenne et Basse égypte. (Paris): 191-2.

*Davoli P. (forthcoming) Chapter ?: Qsar Qarun (Dionysias), from the forthcoming English translation of L'archeologia urbana nel Fayyum di età ellenistica e romana (Naples 1998).

†Leclant J. (1961). Fouilles et travaux en égypte en au Soudan, 1957-1960, Orientalia 30: 176.

Lembke K., Fluck C. & Vittman G. (2004). Ägyptens spÄte Blüte. Die RÖmer am Nil, (Mainz am Rhein): 49, pl. LXXVIII Martin C. J. (1987). Un tour du lac Qarun en 1717. Qasr al-Saga -Dimay -Qasr Qarun, BIFAO 87: 265-8, pl. XLVII. [Seemingly not at AUC, but perhaps at ARCE; certainly at the IFAO]

Obsomer C., (1992) Hérodote, Strabon et le «mystère» du Labyrinthe d'Egypte, in Amosiadès. Mélanges offerts au Prof. C. Vandersleyen par ses anciens étudiants, (Louvain-la- Neuve).

Pernigotti, S. (1999). Five Seasons at Bacchias. Egyptian Archaeology 14: 26-27.

Schwartz J. (1949). Fouilles à Kasr-Karoun (Février-Mars 1948). Rapport préliminaire, BIFAO 48: 57-63, pl. I. [Seemingly not at AUC, but perhaps at ARCE; certainly at the IFAO]

Gallazzi, C. (1994). Tebtunis: piecing together 3,000 years of history. Egyptian Archaeology 5: 27-29.

Gallazzi, C. (1999). Further surprises from Tebtunis. Egyptian Archaeology 14: 16-17.

DEIR EL-MEDINA

Montserrat, D. and L. Meskell (1997). Mortuary landscape and religious landscape at Greco- Roman Deir el-Medina. Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 83: 179-197. [Electronic]

EDFU

Finnestad, R. B. (1985). Image of the World and Symbol of the Creator: On the Cosmological and Iconological Values of the Temple at Edfu. Studies in Oriental Religions 10. Weisbaden.

Watterson, B. (1998). The House of Horus at Edfu. Ritual in an Ancient Egyptian Temple.

ELEPHANTINE

Seidlmayer, S. (1999). New rock inscriptions at Elephantine. Egyptian Archaeology 14: 41-43.

HERMOPOLIS & TUNA EL-GEBEL

Kessler, D. and A. el-Halim Nur el-Din. (2002). Inside the ibis galleries of Tuna el-Gebel. Egyptian Archaeology 20: 36-38.

Wace, A.J.B. et al. (1959). Hermopolis Magna, Ashmunein: The Ptolemaic Sanctuary and the Basilica. Alexandria.

Lefebrvre, G. (1923-1924) Le tombeau de Petosiris, 3 vols. Le Caire.

MEDINET HABU

HÖlscher, U. (1954). The Excavation of Medinet Habu (volume 5) Post-Ramessid Remains. Chicago: University of Chicago.

PHILAE

Dijkstra, J.H.F. (2008). Philae and the End of Ancient Egyptian Religion. A Regional Study of Religious Transformation (298-642 CE). Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 173. Leuven: Peeters Publishers.

MacQuitty, W. (1976). Island of Isis: Philae, Temple of the Nile. New York: Scribner.

Rutherford, I. (1990). Island of extremity: space, language and power in the pilgrimage traditions of Philae. In Pilgrimage and Holy Space in Late Antique Egypt, ed. D. Frankfurter. Leiden, pp. 229-279.

Vassilika, E. (1989). Ptolemaic Philae. Leuven.