Title
The Royal Kilt in Non-Royal Iconography? The Tomb Owner Fowling and Spear-Fishing in the Old and Middle Kingdom
Abstract
Many aspects of the scenes in the private tombs of the Old and MiddleKingdom showing the tomb owner fowling and fishing in the marshes are of immense interest. This article seeks to analyse one special detail whichresearchers have interpreted as originating in the royal iconography, namelythe marsh-hunting dress which has been equated with the royal kilt or SnD.wt.
Keywords
Middle Kingdom, Iconography, Royal kilt
Object type
Language
English [eng]
Persistent identifier
https://phaidra.univie.ac.at/o:245972
Appeared in
Title
THE BULLETIN OF THE AUSTRALIAN CENTRE FOR EGYPTOLOGY
Volume
21
From page
141
To page
166
Publisher
Ligare Book Printers
Date issued
2010
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