Egypt, Israel, and the Ancient Mediterranean World: Studies in Honor of Donald B. Redford

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CONTENTS
Introduction Gary N. Knoppers 1
PART ONE EGYPTOLOGY
The Tombs of the Pyramid Builders—The Tomb of the Artisan Petety and His Curse Zahi Hawass 21
Egypt's Old Kingdom 'Empire' (?): A Case Study Focusing on South Sinai Sarah Parcak 41
Archaeometry at Mendes: 1990–2002 Larry A. Pavlish 61
'East is East and West is West': A Note on Coffin Decoration at Asyut Edward Bleiberg 113
Aspects of Egyptian Foreign Policy in the 18th Dynasty in Western Asia and Nubia James K. Hoffmeier 121
Double Entendre in the Stela of Suty and Hor Steven Blake Shubert 143
What Wenamun Could Have Bought: The Value of his Stolen Goods Ronald J. Leprohon 167
Theological Responses to Amarna Jan Assmann 179
Dead as a Duck: A Royal Offering Scene? Earl L. Ertman 193
Some Thoughts on Ritual Banquets at the Court of Akhenaten and in the Ancient Near East Lyn Green 203

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