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By Richard Bußmann

Egyptian temples are usually perceived as huge structures and royal associations. in spite of the fact that, this notion is correct just for the temples of the later classes of dynastic Egypt. utilizing archaeological and inscriptional info this publication explores the social background of the not often studied neighborhood temples from Dynasty zero to eleven (ca. 3000-2000 BC). an enormous concentration is put on the research of the temple votives, specifically these from Hierakonpolis and Abydos. they're probably the most complicated resources for the heritage of the temples among the provincial milieu and the kings. The publication indicates how those temples increase from in the neighborhood dependent associations to royal ones and the way this total strategy was once embedded within the neighborhood heritage of every site.

Ägyptische Tempel werden in der Regel als monumentale Gebäude und königliche Institutionen wahrgenommen. Doch dieser Eindruck rührt ausschließlich von den Tempeln der späteren Epochen des alten Ägypten her. Das vorliegende Buch untersucht auf einer breiten empirischen Grundlage von archäologischen und inschriftlichen Quellen die Sozialgeschichte der lokalen Tempel im three. Jts. v. Chr., die in der Forschung vergleichsweise wenig Beachtung gefunden haben. Ein besonderes Augenmerk liegt auf der Auswertung der Tempelvotive, insbesondere der Votive aus Hierakonpolis und Abydos. Sie sind eine der komplexesten Quellen für die Geschichte der Tempel zwischen dem provinziellen Milieu und den Königen. Das Buch zeigt, wie diese Tempel sich von lokalen zu königlichen Institutionen entwickelt haben und wie dieser übergeordnete Prozess in die Lokalgeschichte der jeweiligen Orte eingebettet warfare.

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