"The book will be of particular interest to students and scholars of social anthropology, although chapters focussing on Deir el Medineh will interest Egyptologists as well." Religious Studies Review "[T]his study is a welcome addition to archeological research which employs various theories in order to present more data from an ancient, long-gone past." Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient Archaeologies of Social Life is a fascinating new perspective on everyday life in ancient Egypt.The author provides detailed discussions of new topics of debate, including the body, sexuality and issues of identity, while also addressing some of the traditional questions in archaeology about society and self, the individual and social relations.
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These depictions leave plenty of room for speculation, because in Ancient Egypt the nose-on-nose touching normally represented a kiss.
Egyptologists and historians disagree about how to interpret the paintings of Nyankh-khnum and Khnum-hotep.
There were several in fact, highly advanced African empires and kingdoms throughout history.
Curiously, some extreme Right groups have even used blood group data to proclaim a Nordic origin to King Tut and his brethren.
Everyday life in Ancient Egypt is as important to study as the great events.