Introduction: Udjahorresnet and his world : A key figure of cross-regional relations reconsidered (in collaboration with Alex Aissaoui, Ladislav Bareš, Reinhold Bichler, Henry Colburn, Francis Joannès, Ivan Ladynin, Francesco Lopez, Nenad Marković, Allison McCoskey, Cristina Ruggero, Alexander Schütze, Květa Smoláriková, and Marissa Stevens)

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Wasmuth , M 2020 , ' Introduction: Udjahorresnet and his world : A key figure of cross-regional relations reconsidered (in collaboration with Alex Aissaoui, Ladislav Bareš, Reinhold Bichler, Henry Colburn, Francis Joannès, Ivan Ladynin, Francesco Lopez, Nenad Marković, Allison McCoskey, Cristina Ruggero, Alexander Schütze, Květa Smoláriková, and Marissa Stevens) ' , Journal of Ancient Egyptian Interconnections , vol. 26 , pp. 1-11 . < https://egyptianexpedition.org/articles/introduction-udjahorresnet-and-his-world-a-key-figure-of-cross-regional-relations-reconsidered/ >

Title: Introduction: Udjahorresnet and his world : A key figure of cross-regional relations reconsidered (in collaboration with Alex Aissaoui, Ladislav Bareš, Reinhold Bichler, Henry Colburn, Francis Joannès, Ivan Ladynin, Francesco Lopez, Nenad Marković, Allison McCoskey, Cristina Ruggero, Alexander Schütze, Květa Smoláriková, and Marissa Stevens)
Author: Wasmuth, Melanie
Contributor: University of Helsinki, Centre of Excellence in Ancient Near Eastern Empires (ANEE)
Date: 2020-06
Language: eng
Number of pages: 11
Belongs to series: Journal of Ancient Egyptian Interconnections
ISSN: 1944-2815
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10138/318239
Abstract: The contribution at hand provides a synthetic response to the special issue on “Udjahorresnet and his World,” published as Journal of Ancient Egyptian Interconnections 26. After introducing the aims and motivation behind the volume, I present a concise summary of the key questions, investigation lines and major results of the volume’s contributions. These fall into four major thematic blocks. Three papers are primarily concerned with a re-evaluation of the material culture commemorating Udjahorresnet, three take up the question of his professional and social environment, four focus on Udjahorresnet as a cross-regional agent, while the last three draw on Udjahorresnet and the textual evidence on his naophorous statue in the Musei Vaticani as a historiographical mediator. The final section showcases synthetically the key advances in the study of Udjahorresnet and his world jointly achieved by the author collective.
Subject: 615 History and Archaeology
Ancient Diplomacy
cross-cultural identity
Egypt
Persian Empire
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