Publications

Literature on Sai Island in the New Kingdom (selected reading)

  • Budka, J. 2011: The early New Kingdom at Sai Island: Preliminary results based on the pottery analysis (4th Season 2010), Sudan & Nubia 15, 23–33.
  • Budka, J. 2012: Neue Arbeiten in der Siedlung des Neuen Reiches auf Sai Island (Nordsudan), Sokar 24(1/2012), 54–63.
  • Budka, J. 2015: The Pharaonic town on Sai Island and its role in the urban landscape of New Kingdom Kush, Sudan & Nubia 19, 40–53
  • Doyen, F. 2009: The New Kingdom Town on Sai Island (Northern Sudan), Sudan & Nubia 13, 17–20.
  • Doyen, F.  2014: Sai Island New Kingdom Town (Northern Sudan): 3rd and 4th Seasons (2009-2010), in J. Anderson/D. Welsby (eds.), The Fourth Cataract and Beyond. Proceedings of the 12th International Conference for Nubian Studies. British Museum Publications on Egypt and Sudan 1, Leuven, 367-375 .
  • Geus, F. 2004: Sai, in D. A. Welsby/J. R. Anderson (eds.), Sudan. Ancient Treasures. An Exhibition of recent discoveries from the Sudan National Museum, London, 114–116.
  • Gratien, B. 1986: Saï I. La nécropole Kerma, Paris.
  • Minault-Gout, A. 2007: Les installations du début du Nouvel Empire à Sai: un état de la question, Cahiers de Recherches de l’Institut de Papyrologie et d’Égyptologie de Lille 26, 275–293.
  • Minault-Gout, A./Thill, F. 2012: Saï II. Le cimetière des tombes hypogées du Nouvel Empire (SAC5), Cairo.
  • Thill, F. 1996: Coutumes funéraires égyptiennes en Nubie au Nouvel Empire, Revue d’Égyptologie 47, 79–106.

FURTHER READING
Settlement archaeology in Egypt and Nubia

  • Bietak, M. 1979: Urban Archaeology and the „Town Problem”, in K. R. Weeks (ed.), Egyptology and the Social Sciences, Five Studies, Cairo, 97–144.
  • Bietak, M./Czerny, E./Forstner-Müller, I. (eds.) 2010: Cities and Urbanism in Ancient Egypt, Untersuchungen der Zweigstelle Kairo des Österreichischen Archäologischen Instituts 35, Vienna.
  • Bonnet, C./Valbelle, D. 2010: The Classical Kerma Period and the Beginning of the New Kingdom, in M. Marée (ed.), The Second Intermediate Period (Thirteenth-Seventeenth Dynasties). Current Research, Future Prospects, Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 192, Leuven, Paris and Walpole, MA, 359–365.
  • Kemp B./Stevens, A. 2010: Busy Lives at Amarna: Excavations in the Main City (Grid 12 and the House of Ranefer, N49.18), Vol. I, Excavation Memoir 90, London.
  • O’Connor, D. 1993: Urbanism in bronze age Egypt and northeast Africa, in T. Shaw et al. (eds.), The Archaeology of Africa, Food, metals and towns, One world archaeology 20, London & New York, 570–586.
  • Spence, K./Rose, P. et al. 2009: Fieldwork at Sesebi, 2009, Sudan & Nubia 13, 38–46.
  • Spence, K. et al. 2011: Sesebi 2011, Sudan & Nubia 15, 34–38.
  • Spencer, N. 2010: Nubian architecture in an Egyptian town?, Sudan & Nubia 14, 15–24.
  • Smith, S. T. 1995: Askut in Nubia. The economics and ideology of Egyptian imperialism in the second millennium B.C., Studies in Egyptology, London/New York.
  • Smith, S. T. 2003: Wretched Kush. Ethnic identities and boundaries in Egypt’s Nubian Empire, London/New York.
  • Török, L. 2009: Between Two Worlds: The Frontier Region between Ancient Nubia and Egypt 3700 BC – 500 AD, Probleme der Ägyptologie 29, Leiden.
  • Trigger, B. G. 1967: Settlement Archaeology – its Goals and Promise, American Antiquity 32/2, 149–160.
  • Trigger, B. G. 1979: Egyptology and Anthropology, in K. R. Weeks (ed.), Egyptology and the Social Sciences, Five Studies, Cairo, 21–53.

Other aspects of Nubian archaeology of the New Kingdom

  • Buzon, M. R. 2006: Biological and Ethnic Identity in New Kingdom Nubia. A Case Study from Tombos, Current Anthropology 47.4, 683–695.
  • Buzon, M.R. 2008: A Bioarchaeological Perspective on Egyptian Colonialism in the New Kingdom, Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 94:165-182
  • Carrano, J. et al. 2008: A Chemical Analysis of Ancient Nubian- and Egyptian-Style Ceramics: Evaluating the Substance of Style, Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Abteilung Kairo 64, 35–61.
  • Forstner-Müller, I. and P. Rose (eds.) 2012: Nubian Pottery from Egyptian Cultural Contexts of the Middle and Early New Kingdom. Proceedings of a Workshop held at the Austrian Archaeological Institute at Cairo, 1-12 December 2010, Ergänzungshefte zu den Jahresheften des Österreichischen Archäologischen Institutes 13, Wien.
  • Smith, S. T. 2002: Pots and Politics: Ceramics from Askut and Egyptian Colonialism during the Middle through New Kingdoms, in C. A. Redmount/C. A. Keller (eds.), Egyptian Pottery, Proceedings of the 1990 Pottery Symposium at the University of California, Berkeley, 43–79.

 

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