Krauss, R. 2009. Der Berliner „Spaziergang im Garten“ – antiker Murks oder moderne Fälschung? Mit einem Exkurs über Heinrich Schäfers Ägyptenaufenthalt 1898-1901. – PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt/Egyptology 6, 1: 1-20

Abstract The relief slab Berlin 15000, popularly known as ‘the stroll in the garden’, which depicts a royal couple in Amarna style, was acquired around 1900 in Egypt on the art market, and thus lacks an archaeological provenance. Features in favour of its authenticity include the physical proportions of the figures, the anatomically ‘correct’ depiction […]

Harbort, J., Ö. Gürvit, L.A. Beck, T. Pommerening. 2009. Extraordinary dental findings in an Egyptian mummy skull by means of Computed Tomography. – PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt/Egyptology 1, 1: 1-8

Abstract An ancient Egyptian mummy skull from the Zoological Collection Marburg, Germany, was examined using computer assisted tomography. In this skull (referred to as Mummy skull no. 24) of a man who lived circa 50 BC we found three of his teeth in the cranial cavity. They had been retained after their loss caused by […]