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Les amulettes de type égyptien en contexte funéraire en Grèce et en Egypte : étude comparative

Abstract : Amulets of Egyptian type are widely distributed in Greece, as well as in the rest of the Mediterranean, during the geometric and archaic periods. If a massive amount of them was concentrated in the offering deposits of some sanctuaries, a significant quantity comes from tombs. The paper aims at showing the relevance of a comparative approach which contrasting with Egyptian data concerning the funerary use of these objects, in particular associated with children.
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Dominique Barcat. Les amulettes de type égyptien en contexte funéraire en Grèce et en Egypte : étude comparative. Archimède : archéologie et histoire ancienne, UMR7044 - Archimède, 2019, pp.222-238. ⟨halshs-02927571⟩

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