Friday, November 11, 2005

Book Review: Sculptor's Models
Sculptor's Models: the Study of the Type and Function of a Group of Ancient Egyptian Artefacts, (Nadya Samir Tomoum, trans. Brenda Siller, Cairo: SCA Press, 2005. pp265): " This solid publication, both in terms of production and of content, is a valuable research tool on a fascinating subject. Originally begun as a dissertation for a doctoral degree in Egyptology, this work of in- depth research on an important and little-known subject, the group of tiny objects, known collectively as "sculptors' models," is so insightful and interesting that the Supreme Council of Antiquities has decided to sponsor its publication".
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