The latest publication of the International Journal for Egyptian Archaeology and Related Disciplines contains sixteen articles which include archaeological, iconographic and scientific reports and cover a wide geographical area. Subjects include: a Minoan frieze from Tell el Dab'a; a concise guide to Marl C-Pottery; the controversy surrounding the chronology of Aegean tephra; Africans within Minoan iconography; craftsmen during the Aegean and East Mediterranean Bronze Age; the second preliminary report on excavations at Tell el-`Ajjul in 2000; the export of statues from Egypt; Nubian pottery; building inscriptions from Tell el-Dab'a; a commemorative scarab of Amenhotep III from Beit-Shean; the language of the Keftiu from Egyptian sources; a Phoenician shield; Iron Age relations between Egypt and the Southern Levant; the titles of Syrian-Anatolian kings in Egyptian texts. Ten papers in English, six in German.
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