• The Royal Kilt in Non-Royal Iconography? The Tomb Owner Fowling and Spear-Fishing in the Old and Middle Kingdom

    • Lubica Hudakova
    • Department of Egyptology, Faculty of Historical and Cultural Studies, University of Vienna
  • 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.

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  • http://phaidra.univie.ac.at/o:245972

  • Article

  • Published Version

  • 2010

  • 21

  • 141-166

  • Ligare Book Printers

  • English

  • Open access

  • P 21571-G21 – Austrian Science Fund (FWF)

  • 1035-7254

  • Middle Kingdom, Iconography, Royal kilt

  • Dewey Decimal Classification → History & geography → History of ancient world (to ca. 499) → Egypt to 640