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The coffin of Djehuty-nakht (coffin code B2Bo) is dated to approximately 2010–1961 B.C. (during the Middle Kingdom). It was excavated from Tomb 10A in Deir el-Bersha, Middle Egypt (the fifteenth Ancient Egyptian nome). Coffins from this region and time period are most famous for their depictions of a map of...
Just came across this rather nifty Bes in the Brooklyn Museum. Take a close look at those claws!  ...
Digital Humanities and Egyptology Friday, February 13, 2015, 10 am – 1 pm The Center for the Tebtunis Papyri 373 Bancroft Library, (Jean and Irving Stone Seminar Room), Berkeley, CA First session (open to public) 10 am Opening remarks (Rita Lucarelli, UC Berkeley) 10.15 am Willeke Wendrich (UCLA): Ancient Egypt Online: Data,...
CODAH – Centre on Digital Arts and Humanities: Digging into Demons: The Ancient Egyptian Demonology Project Database by Dr Kasia Szpakowska (Swansea University) Tuesday 10 February, 12.00pm SURF Room, Fulton House, Swansea University In this presentation I will provide an overview of the Ancient Egyptian Demonology Project: Second Millennium BCE, centered...
  Armed and dangerous: An iconography of protective Middle and New Kingdom demons Wednesday, 3 December 2014, 7 pm Fulton House 2, Swansea University, Wales During the New Kingdom, seemingly mundane household pieces of furniture began to be decorated with images of hybrid creatures engaged in fierce warrior dances. While...
From their website: “This website presents online critical editions of Mesopotamian rituals and incantations against witchcraft. The text editions and translations are derived from the Corpus of Mesopotamian Anti-witchcraft Rituals (CMAwR; vol. 1, Brill: 2011). On this website you will also find general information on witchcraft and magic in ancient...
  Demon Things: Ancient Egyptian Manifestations of Liminal Entities 21-24 March, 2016 at Swansea University and The Egypt Centre, Wales, UK   This international conference explores the range and variation of liminal entities the Ancient Egyptians believed capable of harm and help from the Predynastic through the Coptic periods. While...