Christos Kekes studied Archaeology and History of Art at the University of Crete. From the same university he received his M.A. in Prehistoric Archaeology. He recently obtained a PhD in Egyptology at the University of the Aegean. His research interests include relations between Egypt, the Aegean, and the Near East; the archaeology of bodily communication; and the practice of damnatio memoriae in ancient Egypt. He has participated in several archaeological projects in Greece.
ed. Christos Kekes
15 Egyptological and Papyrological papers investigate a great variety of issues, including social and religious aspects of life in ancient Egypt, ritual and magic, language and literature, ideology of death, demonology, the iconographical tradition, and intercultural relations, ranging chronologically from the Prehistoric to the Coptic period. READ MORE
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