Book: “Hair and Death in Ancient Egypt”.

Dear followers,

We have already posted the core content of the research about hair and death in Ancient Egypt. But, we do not stop!

Scribes from the mastaba of Ty in Saqqara. VI Dynasty.

Scribe from the mastaba of Ty in Saqqara. VI Dynasty. Photo: Mª Rosa Valdesogo Martín.

Following the request from some of you, the next step will be to publish the book about it. Obviously it will not have the same strucure as it has had in the blog, and we are still considering if making just a digital version or borth (digital and paper). Your opinion in that point is crucial. Anyway, we hope that it will be ready for next 2014.

The blog still goes on. There are too many aspects of the hair into the funerary belief of Ancient Egyptthat worth it.

We will keep on posting about it, although with less frequency.

We hope you will stay with us.

Thank you for being there!!!!

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6 responses to “Book: “Hair and Death in Ancient Egypt”.

  1. I think that a paper book is a great idea, I would also see about a digital one, but a print one for sure! Good luck!

  2. Gwyn Ashworth-Pratt

    Book Please!!!

  3. Good morning, Mrs. Valdesogo,

    I don’t understand this exactly. Till here the text is a translation of your thesis into English, how you telled in your starting post of May 7, 2013. Or are the posts new considerations?

    Greetings
    Thom Hock

    • Good Morning,

      For the moment the core content will be similar to the blog, with no new considerations. But it needs to be adapted to a book format, so there will be some differences.

      Greetings.

      Mª Rosa Valdesogo

  4. Yes, Mrs. Valdesogo,
    but is the content of your blog your thesis in English or soemthing new. In your bibliography I couldn’t find your thesis. Please tell me the data.
    Thank you!
    Thom Hock

  5. Hi Mr. Hock,

    It will be the content of the blog.

    My thesis was published in Spanish later in 2005. You can find the reference in the section “About me”

    Thank you.

    Mª Rosa Valdesogo

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