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Death in Ancient Egypt was made public for the first time on the afternoon of December 20, 1996.
Charles E. Jones Research Archivist - Bibliographer The Oriental Institute - Chicago email@example.com.
Alexandra A. O'Brien Assistant Research Archivist The Oriental Institute - Chicago firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tomb scene of mourning women from World Art Treasures site provided by the Jacques-Edouard Berger Foundation.
Offering scene from the Legion of Honor Museum's Ancient Near East collection
Tomb scene of workers driving cattle and fishing from the Detroit Institute of Art
Slate make-up grinding palette from the Egyptian galleries of the Michael C. Carlos Museum at Emory University
Three glass vessels from Jacques-Edouard Berger's "A Shared Vision"
Headrest from the Egyptian galleries of the Michael C. Carlos Museum at Emory University
Offering scene from the tomb of Nemti-ui from the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston's "Splendors of Ancient Egypt" exhibition
Triangular shaped piece of bread from the Institute of Egyptian Art and Archaeology at the University of Memphis
Old Kingdom offering scene from the tomb of Ka-aper from the Detroit Institute of Art
Shabti of Seti I from the Archaeological Museum of Bologna
Henutmehit's shabti box from the British Museum
Link to an explanation of the tranliteration method for on-line publication, the Manuel de Codage and available via Beinlich's Wordlist at Cambridge.
10th August 1999
Reinsertion of Henutmehyt's shabti box, an image of which is now up on-line at the British Museum web site.
6th August 1999
Update to links at Detroit Institute of Art (file "galleries" changed to "collections") and Mourning Women image from World Art Treasures/Jacques-Edouard Berger Foundation .
6th October 1998
Update to Ba picture links.
31st July 1998
Removal of link to image of a shabti of Taharqa (25th Dynasty, ca. 690-664 B.C.) from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and included in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art's exhibition. The pages relating to this exhibition are no longer available.
17th July 1997
Updates to World Art Treasures links due to move of site from "sgline" to "sgwww". Update to link for Ba picture at Scottish Egyptology site.
29th April 1997
Replacement of scene of ploughing in the Fields of Yalu from tomb of Senedjem scene with tomb offering scene from the tomb of Mentuemhet, now in the Legion of Honor Museum. The image originally used is no longer available.
15th April 1997
The book list for further reading was up-dated with out of print books removed and some recent, in-print books added. The background colour was changed.
28th January 1997
The Scottish Egyptology site moved and links in the Site List and Constituent Parts of Personality were updated accordingly.
17th January 1997
The picture of Henutmehyt's shabti box was lost and replaced by a picture of shabtis from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art's "The American Discovery of Ancient Egypt" site. The Henutmehyt image had been part of a temporarily on-line student project.
20th December 1996
The Bologna Museum site was redesigned and moved. This meant the loss of the picture of canopic jars in their box. This picture was replaced with one of Henutmehyt's shabti box from an Emory University site.
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