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Egyptian/Ancient Near Eastern Art
Dissertations Completed by Subject, 2014

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Anthony, Flora, “Paintings of Foreigners in Eighteenth-Dynasty Theban Tombs, 1550–1372 BCE” (Emory, G. Robins)

Babcock, Jennifer, “Anthropomorphized Animal Imagery on New Kingdom Ostraca and Papyri: Their Artistic and Social Significance” (IFA/NYU, D. O’Connor)

Belcher, Ellen, “Embodiment of the Halaf: Sixth-Millennium Figurines from Northern Mesopotamia” (Columbia, B. Boyd)

Chen, Anne, “From the Seed of the Gods: Art, Ideology, and Cultural Exchange with the Persian Court Under the Roman Tetrarchs, 284–324 CE” (Columbia, F. de Angelis)

Colburn, Henry, “The Archaeology of Achaemenid Rule in Egypt” (Michigan, M. Root)

Yalcin, Serdar, “Seals, Identity, and Patronage in the Ancient Near East (ca. 1550–1050 BC)” (Columbia, Z. Bahrani)