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Palace and Temple: 5th Symposium on Egyptian Royal Ideology.(Book review)

Eaton, Katherine

The Journal of the American Oriental Society, 2015, Vol.135(2), p.372(3) [Periódico revisado por pares]

American Oriental Society

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  • Título:
    Palace and Temple: 5th Symposium on Egyptian Royal Ideology.(Book review)
  • Autor: Eaton, Katherine
  • Assuntos: Gundlach, Rolf ; Spence, Kate
  • É parte de: The Journal of the American Oriental Society, 2015, Vol.135(2), p.372(3)
  • Descrição: David Warburton argues that changes in the level of investment in royal memorial relative to divine temples reflect ". . . the collapse of Egyptian kingship, and its subordination to religion." [...]he sees changes instituted by Hatshepsut placing the temple of Amun-Re at Karnak "at the centre of Egyptian religion," as pivotal in weakening the kingship and ultimately ushering in the domination of the priests of Amun over the king. Nonetheless, the High Priests of Amun and God's Wife of Amun still had to take on royal regalia to be depicted before the gods. [...]both temple and military were still there to make royal power manifest and were ideally subservient to the king.
  • Editor: American Oriental Society
  • Idioma: Inglês

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