Further Reading

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Altenmüller, H. 1973. Bes. In W. Helck and E. Otto (eds), Lexikon der Ägyptologie: I, A-Ernte 720-724. Harrassowitz: Wiesbaden

 

Andrews, C. 1994. Amulets of Ancient Egypt. British Museum Press: London.

 

Aston, D. A. and B. G. Aston. 2003. The Dating of Late Period Bes Vases. In C. A. Redmont and C. A. Keller (eds), Egyptian Pottery: Proceedings of the 1990 Pottery Symposium at the University of California, Berkeley 95-113. University of California Publications: Berkeley.

 

Bonnet, H. 1952. Reallexikon der ägyptischen Religionsgeschichte. De Gruyter: Berlin.

 

Carter, H. Object 579, Tutankhamun: Anatomy of an Excavation. Griffith Institute: University of Oxford http://www.griffith.ox.ac.uk/gri/carter/579.html [26 June 2013].

 

Dasen, V. 1993. Dwarfs in Ancient Egypt and Greece. Clarendon Press: Oxford.

 

Graves, C. 2012. Intercultural Communication: Egypt and Nubia c. 2543-1076BC. In C. Graves and S. Gregory (eds.), Connections: Communication in Ancient Egypt. University of Birmingham: Birmingham.

http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/research/activity/connections/Essays/CGraves.aspx  [26 June 2013].

 

Graves, C. 2013. ‘Eton College Myers Collection Object Highlight: A Faience Nubian Head’. Birmingham Egyptology Journal 1: 1-4.

 

Hart, G. 1986. A Dictionary of Egyptian Gods and Goddesses. Routledge & Kegan Paul: London.

 

Malaise, M. 2000. Bes. In D. B. Redford (ed.), The Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt 179-181. University of Oxford Press: Oxford.

 

Millward, E. 2012. ‘Actions speak louder than words’: Gestures of Communication in Ancient Egypt. In C. Graves and S. Gregory (eds.), Connections: Communication in Ancient Egypt. University of Birmingham: Birmingham.

http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/research/activity/connections/Essays/EMillward.aspx  [26 June 2013].

 

Petrie, W. M. F. 1914. Amulets. Constable & Company Ltd: London

 

Romano, J. 1980. ‘The Origin of the Bes-Image’. Bulletin of the Egyptological Seminar 2: 39-56.

 

Simmance, E. 2012. Communication Through Music in Ancient Egyptian Religion. In C. Graves and S. Gregory (eds.), Connections: Communication in Ancient Egypt. University of Birmingham: Birmingham. http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/research/activity/connections/Essays/ESimmance.aspx [26 June 2013].

 

Spurr, S., N. Reeves and S. Quirke. 1999. Egyptian Art at Eton College: Selections from the Myers Museum. Eton College and the Metropolitan Museum of Art: New York.

 

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