Publication Subsidy for the Archaeological Research in the Valley of the Kings & Ancient Thebes: Papers Presented in Honor of Richard H. Wilkinson

Through an archaeological career that has spanned nearly 40 years, Richard H. Wilkinson has contributed 10important books (with many translations), dozens of articles, and served Egyptology in innumerable ways. This festschrift honors him with their own original research studies and will inaugurate the peer-reviewed Wilkinson Egyptological Series. Project Director: Pearce Creasman

Through an archaeological career that has spanned nearly 40 years, Richard H. Wilkinson has contributed 10important books (with many translations), dozens of articles, and served Egyptology in innumerable ways. This festschrift honors him with their own original research studies and will inaugurate the peer-reviewed Wilkinson Egyptological Series. The edited work is primarily dedicated to bringing new research to light, with an estimated completed length of 65-75,000 words (50,000+ of new research material). Most of the manuscripts are in hand and have been peer-reviewed and edited. Publication is planned for late summer 2013.

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Location: United States, Northern America, Americas Organiser(s): The University of Arizona Funder(s): American Research Center in Egypt - Antiquities Endowment Fund Grant Funding received: $5,000 Commencement Date: 07/2013 Project Status: Completed
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