Communities from the Aegean, including the Minoans and Mycenaeans, conducted trade in Egypt. Dr. Uroš Matić, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austrian Archaeological Institute, joins the show to discuss.
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- Dr. Matić is author of the books Body and Frames of War in New Kingdom Egypt: Violent Treatment of Enemies and Prisoners (Harrassowitz Verlag, 2019) and Violence and Gender in Ancient Egypt (Routledge, 2021)
- Dr. Matić provided these additional publications that are related to content discussed in the episode: Bietak, Manfred., Marinatos, Nannó and Palivou, Claire. 2007. Taureador Scenes in Tell el˗Dab‘a (Avaris) and Knossos, with a contribution by A. Brysbaert. Wien: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften; Cline, Eric H. 1994. Sailing the Wine-Dark Sea. International trade and the Late Bronze Age. London: Tempvs Reparatvm; Phillips, Jacqueline. 2008. Aegyptiaca on the Island of Crete in Their Chronological Context: A Critical Review. Volumes I and II. Wien: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenshaften.; Matić, Uroš. 2015. Aegean emissaries in the tomb of Senenmut and their gift to the Egyptian king. Journal of Ancient Egyptian Interconnections 7. 4: 38–52.; Matić, Uroš. 2019. Memories into Images: Aegean and Aegean-like Objects in New Kingdom Egyptian Theban Tombs. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 29. 4: 653–669.
- Dr. Matić’s Acadamia page
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