Speak My Name: Investigating Egyptian Mummies

Speak My Name

Investigating Egyptian Mummies
 
Publisher: Sydney University Press
Date of Publication:
 
Normal price:

Publisher's listprice:
GBP 26.99
Estimated price in HUF:
13 036 HUF (12 415 HUF + 5% VAT)
Why estimated?
 
Your price:

11 732 (11 174 HUF + 5% VAT )
discount is: 10% (approx 1 304 HUF off)
The discount is only available for 'Alert of Favourite Topics' newsletter recipients.
Click here to subscribe.
 
Availability:

Estimated delivery time: Currently 3-5 weeks.
Not in stock at Prospero.
Can't you provide more accurate information?
 
  Piece(s)

 
 
 
 
Product details:

ISBN13:9781743328460
ISBN10:174332846X
Binding:Paperback
No. of pages:0 pages
Size:265x230 mm
Weight:879 g
Language:English
Illustrations: 200
575
Category:
Long description:
â Speak my name so that I may live againâ was often written on the walls of Egyptian tombs, imploring visitors to speak the names of the dead and make offerings on their behalf. These acts of continued remembrance sustained the dead in the afterlife.Speak My Name: Investigating Egyptian Mummies explores the coffins and mummies of Meruah, Padiashaikhet, Horus and Mer-Neith-it-es, who lived in Egypt between 1200 BCE and 100 CE and whose mummies and/or coffins are now in the Chau Chak Wing Museum at the University of Sydney. A multidisciplinary team provides new insights into mummification and coffin manufacture in ancient Egypt through a combination of scientific and Egyptological methods, including CT imaging, skeletal analysis, radiocarbon dating, and digital modelling and illustration. Their discoveries illuminate the personhood of the individuals these mummies and coffins represent. Advances in technology allow us to respectfully learn about their daily lives, including nutrition, health and disease. Beautifully illustrated, Speak My Name demonstrates how science and archaeology work together to help us better understand the past. By studying the life and death of Meruah, Padiashaikhet, Horus and Mer-Neith-it-es, we speak their names again.