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'Ancient Egyptian management' offers the 1st accomplished assessment of the constitution, association and evolution of the pharaonic management from its origins to the top of the past due interval. The booklet not just specializes in forms, departments, and respectable practices but in addition on extra casual matters like patronage, the bounds within the genuine workout of authority, and the competing pursuits among associations and factions in the ruling elite. additionally, normal chapters dedicated to the best-documented sessions in Egyptian background are supplemented by way of extra specific ones facing particular files, areas, and administrative difficulties. the quantity therefore produced by means of a global staff of major students could be an imperative, up to date, instrument of analysis protecting a much-neglected element of pharaonic civilization.
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A. Wilkinson, Royal Annals of Ancient Egypt. The Palermo Stone and its associated fragments [London, 2000], Figs. 4, 5) with the labels: Helck, Thinitenzeit, 162–163. See now also J. Baines, “On the evolution, purpose, and forms of Egyptian annals”, in: Zeichen aus dem Sand, 19–40. , Wilkinson, Early Dynastic Egypt, 186; Helck, Thinitenzeit, 218. 134 These people do not carry higher administrative titles; on the other hand, officials with a longer chain of titles do not mention a closer (family) relation to the king.
123 The seals of the necropolis that exists for two different reigns in the second half of the 1st Dynasty are perhaps an example for such an independent administration124—if they were not connected to the institutions of the mortuary cult: both list the names of the deceased kings buried in Umm el-Qa’ab for whom the administration of the cemetery was currently responsible. 127 The festivals are also present on several stone vessels, which, together with the other sources, point to the sector of display Kaplony, Inschriften I, 151.
See also Kaplony, Inschriften I, 104. -M. Engel, “The domain of Semerkhet”, in: Egypt at its Origins. Studies in Memory of Barbara Adams, St. , eds. (OLA 138; Leuven, 2004), 709. 61 Helck, Wirtschaftsgeschichte, 31. Kaplony, Inschriften I, 118 for the possibility of earlier villages that belonged to domains. 62 Kaplony, Inschriften III, Fig. 216. 63 Helck, Thinitenzeit, 244–245. 64 E. Martin-Pardey, Untersuchungen zur ägyptischen Provinzialverwaltung bis zum Ende des Alten Reiches (HÄB 1; Hildesheim, 1976), 46.