Bibliografía recomendada

En este apartado nuestros lectores podrán examinar las obras fundamentales asociadas a los diversos aspectos de nuestro trabajo en la necrópolis de Deir el-Bahari: excavaciones previas, estudios con interpretaciones de la arqueología del periodo, hallazgos en la zona y textos recuperados de este cementerio. Estos recursos serán de gran ayuda tanto a interesados como a estudiantes y especialistas que deseen profundizar en la arqueología, historia y cultura del Reino Medio.

Excavaciones en monumentos del Reino Medio en Deir el-Bahari

CHUDZIK, Patrik (2015), “The tombs of Asasif: archaeological exploration in the 2013/2014 season”, Polish Archaeology in the Mediterranean 24/1, 239-246.
JAROŠ-DECKERT, Brigitte (1984), Das Grab des Inj-jtj.f. Die Wandmalereien der XI. Dynastie. Grabung in Asasif 1963-1970, Mainz, Zabern.
RASHA, Soliman (2009), Old and Middle Kingdom Theban Tombs, London, Golden House Publications.
WINLOCK, Herbert E. (1920), “The Egyptian Expedition 1918-1920: Excavations at Thebes 1919-1920”, The Metropolitan Museum Journal 15, 12-32.
WINLOCK, Herbert E. (1922), “The Egyptian Expedition 1921-1922”, The Metropolitan Museum Journal 17, 19-49.
WINLOCK, Herbert E. (1923), “The Museum’s Excavations at Thebes: The Egyptian Expedition 1922-1923”, The Metropolitan Museum Journal 18, 11-39.
WINLOCK, Herbert E. (1925-1927), “The Museum’s Excavations at Thebes: The Egyptian Expedition 1925-1927”, The Metropolitan Museum Journal 23, 3-58.
WINLOCK, Herbert E. (1942), The Excavations at Deir el-Bahari, New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Estudios interpretativos sobre la arqueología del Reino Medio

ALLEN, James P. (1996), “Some Theban officials of the early Middle Kingdom”, in P. der Manuelian (ed.), Studies in Honor of William Kelly Simpson , vol. I, Boston, 1-26.
ALLEN, James P. (2004), “The high officials of the early Middle Kingdom”, in N. Strudwick (ed.), The Theban Necropolis: past, present and future, London, 14-29.
ALLEN, James P. (2004), “The high officials of the early Middle Kingdom”, in N. Strudwick (ed.), The Theban Necropolis: past, present and future, London, 14-29.
ARNOLD, Dorothea (1991), “Amenemhat I and the Early Twelfth Dynasty at Thebes”,The Metropolitan Museum Journal 26, 5-48.
ARNOLD, Felix (1991), “The high stewards of the Early Middle Kingdom”, Göttinger Miszellen , 122, 7-14.
DARNELL, John C. (1997), “New inscriptions of the Late First Intermediate Period from the Theban Western desert and the beginnings of the northern expansion of the Eleventh Dynasty”, Journal of Near Eastern Studies 56, 241-258-
HABACHI, Labib (1963), “King Nebhepetre Mentuhotep: His Monuments, Place in History, Deification and Unusual Representations in the Form of Gods”, Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts Kairo , 19, 16-52.
MINIACI, Gianluca/GRAJETZKI, Wolfram (2015-2016), The World of Middle Kingdom Egypt (2000-1550 BC): contributions on Archaeology, Art, Religion, and Written Sources, London, Golden House Publications, 2 vols.
OPPENHEIM, Adela/ARNOLD, Dorothea/ARNOLD, Dieter/YAMAMOTO, Kei (2015), Ancient Egypt transformed: the Middle Kingdom, New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
ROEHRIG, Catherine (1995), “The Early Middle Kingdom Cemeteries at Thebes and the tomb of Djari”, in J. Assmann (ed.), Thebanische Beamtennekropolen, Heidelberg, 255-269.
ROEHRIG, Catherine (2002), Life along the Nile. Three Egyptians of Ancient Thebes, New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art.
VALLOGGIA, Michel (1974), “Les vizirs des XIe et XIIe dynasties”, Bulletin de l’Institut Français d’Archéologie Orientale 74, 123-134.
VOGEL, Carola (2003), “Fallen Heroes? Winlock’s “slain soldiers” reconsidered”, Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 89, 239-245.
WINLOCK, Herbert E. (1915), “The Theban Necropolis in the Middle Kingdom”, The American Journal of Semitic Languages and Literatures 32/1, 1-37.
WINLOCK, Herbert E. (1945), The Slain Soldiers of Nebheptre Mentuhotep, New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art.
WINLOCK, Herbert E. (1947), The Rise and Fall of the Middle Kingdom in Thebes, New York, Macmillan.

Hallazgos procedentes de Deir el-Bahari

ESCHENBRENNER-DIEMER, Gersande (2013), Les «modèles» égyptiens en bois. Matériau, fabrication, diffusion, de la fin de l’Ancien à la fin du Moyen Empire (env. 2350-1630 av. J.-C.), , PhD dissertation submitted to Université Lyon.
HAYES, William (1958), The Scepter of Egypt, New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art. PISCHIKOVA, Elena (1998), “Reliefs from the Tomb of the Vizier Nespakashuty: Reconstruction, Iconography, and Style”, The Metropolitan Museum Journal 33, 57-101.
WINLOCK, Herbert E. (1940), Models of Daily Life in Ancient Egypt from the Tomb of Meket-Re’, New York, Harvard University Press.
WINLOCK, Herbert E. (1940), “The Court of King Neb-Hepet-Re Mentu-Hotpe at the Shatt er Rigal”, The American Journal of Semitic Languages and Literatures 57/2, 137-161.
WINLOCK, Herbert E. (1940), “The mummy of Wah unwrapped”, Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art 35, 253-259.

Papiros y otros documentos escritos

ALLEN, James P. (2002), The Heqanakht Papyri , New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art.
GOEDICKE, Hans (1984), The Heqanakhte Papers, Baltimore, Halgo Press.
JAMES, Thomas G.H. (1962), The Hekanakhte Papers and Other Early Middle Kingdom Documents, New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art.
WINLOCK, Herbert E. (1941), “Graffiti of the Priesthood of the Eleventh Dynasty Temples at Thebes”,The American Journal of Semitic Languages and Literatures 58/2, 146-168.