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Article

QUIRKE, SGJ; TAIT, WJ; (1994) EGYPTIAN MANUSCRIPTS IN THE WELLCOME COLLECTION. J EGYPT ARCHAEOL , 80 145 - &.

Quirke, S; (2005) Review of Die Totentexte des verschollenen Sarges der Königin Mentuhotep aus der 13. Dynastie Ein Textzeuge aus der Übergangszeit von den Sargtexten zum Totenbuch (Studien zum Altägyptischen Totenbuch 8). Geisen,C. Journal of Ancient Near Eastern Religions , 5 228 - 238.

Quirke, S; (2003) Two Thirteenth Dynasty heart scarabs. Jaarbericht van het Vooraziatisch-Egyptisch Genootschap Ex Oriente Lux , 37 (2001-2) 31 - 40.

Quirke, S; (2000) Six hieroglyphic inscriptions in University College Dublin. Revue d'Egyptologie , 51 223 - 251.

Quirke, S; (2000) Six hieroglyphic inscriptions in University College Dublin: [Planches XXX-XXXIII]. Revue d'Egyptologie , 51 (1) 223 - 251.

Quirke, S; (1999) Two Books of the Dead of a Ptolemaic Psamtek. Oudheidkundige Mededelingen uit het Rijksmuseum van Oudeden te Leiden (79) 37 - 66.

Quirke, S; Tajeddin, Z; (2010) Mechanical reproduction in the age of the artwork? Faience and 5000 moulds from 14th-century BC Egypt. VISUAL COMMUNICATION , 9 (3) 341 - 362. 10.1177/1470357210372721.

Quirke, SGJ; Miniaci, G; (2009) Reconceiving the Tomb in the Late Middle Kingdom, The Burial of the Account of the Main Enclosure Neferhotep at Dra Abu al-Naga. Bulletin de l'Institut Francais d'Archaeologie Orientale , 109 339 - 383.

Sully, D; Quirke, S; Ucko, PJ; (2006) Hathor, goddess of love and joy, a Norfolk wherry launched in 1905. Public Archaeology , 5 (1) 26 - 36.

Ucko, PJ; Price, C; Quirke, S; (2006) The Earl's Court Homebase car park facade. Public Archaeology , 5 (1) 42 - 50.

Ucko, PJ; Price, C; Quirke, S; (2006) A recent Egyptianizing house built on the bank of the Thames. Public Archaeology , 5 (1) 51 - 57.

Ucko, PJ; Quirke, S; (2006) 2004 advertisement for the TV version of Agatha Christie's 'Death on the Nile'. Public Archaeology , 5 (1)

Ucko, PJ; Quirke, S; (2006) Living Symbols of Ancient Egypt: Introduction. Public Archaeology , 5 (1) 5 - 14.

Ucko, PJ; Quirke, S; (2006) The Petrie Medal. Public Archaeology , 5 (1) 15 - 25.

Ucko, PJ; Quirke, SQ; Sully, D; (2006) The past in the present and future: concluding thoughts. Public Archaeology , 5 (1) 58 - 72.

Book

O'Connor, D. and Quirke, S. (Eds). (2003) Mysterious Lands. Encounters with Ancient Egypt. Left Coast Press/ UCL Press: Walnut Creek, US.

Bolshakov, A; Quirke, S; (1999) The Middle Kingdom stelae in the Hermitage. Publications interuniversitaires de recherches égyptologiques informatisées. Centre for Computer-Aided Egyptological Research, Utrecht University: Utrecht.

Collier, M; Quirke, S; (2002) The UCL Lahun Papyri: Letters. BAR International Series 1083. Archaeopress: Oxford.

Picton, J; Quirke, S; Roberts, P; (2007) Living Images: Egyptian Funerary Portraits in the Petrie Museum. Left Coast Press: Walnut Creek.

Quirke, S; (2010) Hidden hands: Egyptian workforces in Petrie excavation archives, 1880-1924. Duckworth Egyptology. Duckworth: London.

Quirke, S; (2005) Lahun: A Town in Egypt 1800BC and the History of its Landscape. Golden House Publications: London.

Quirke, S; Collier, M; (2006) The UCL Lahun Papyri: Accounts. British Archaeological Reports International Series 1471. British Archaeological Reports: Oxford.

Quirke, S; Spurr, S; Reeves, N; (1999) Egyptian Art at Eton College. Selections from the Myers Museum. Metropolitan Museum of New York and Eton College: New York.

Quirke, SGJ; (2014) Birth tusks: the armoury of health in context - Egypt 1800 BC. (In press).

Quirke, SGJ; (2014) Collecting Type: the archaeologist Flinders Petrie as purchaser 1880s-1920s. (In press).

Quirke, SGJ; (2013) Going out in Daylight: the Egyptian Book of the Dead - translation, sources, meanings. (In press).

Quirke, SGJ; (2004) Egyptian Literature 1800BC: questions and readings. Golden House Publications: London.

Quirke, SGJ; (2004) Titles and bureaux of Egypt 1850-1700BC. Golden House Publications: London.

Quirke, SGJ; Collier, M; (2004) The UCL Lahun Papyri: religious, literary, legal, mathematical and medical. BAR International Series 1209. British Archaeological Reports: Oxford.

Trope, B; Quirke, S; Lacovara, P; (2003) Excavating Egypt: great discoveries from the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, UCL. (1 vols). Michael C. Carlos Museum, Emory University: Atlanta.

Book chapter

Bourriau, J; Quirke, S; (1999) The late Middle Kingdom ceramic repertoire in work and object. In: Quirke, S, (ed.) Lahun Studies. (60 - 83). SIA Publications: Reigate.

Cartwright, C; Granger-Taylor, H; Quirke, S; (1999) Lahun textile evidence in London. In: Quirke, S, (ed.) Lahun Studies. (92 - 111). SIA Publications: Reigate.

Fitton, L; Hughes, M; Quirke, S; (1999) Northerners at Lahun: Neutron Activation Analysis of the Minoan and related pottery in the British Museum. In: Quirke, S, (ed.) Lahun Studies. (112 - 140). SIA Publications: Reigate.

O'Connor, D; Quirke, S; (2003) Introduction: Mapping the Unknown in Ancient Egypt. In: O'Connor, D and Quirke, S, (eds.) Mysterious Lands. (1 - 21). UCL Press: London.

QUIRKE, S; (2011) Petrie's 1889 Photographs of Lahun. In: Bader, B and Aston, D and Gallorini, C and Nicholson, P, (eds.) Under the potter's tree. (769 - 794). Peeters: Leuven, Belgium.

QUIRKE, S; (2010) On the Petrie record of Amarna glyptic. In: Ikram, S and Dodson, A, (eds.) Beyond the Horizon. Amer Univ in Cairo Press: Cairo, Egypt.

QUIRKE, S; (2010) Agendas for digital palaeography in an archaeological context: Egypt 1800 BC. In: Fischer, F and Fritze, C, (eds.) Kodikologie und Paläographie im digitalen Zeitalter. (279 - 294). BoD – Books on Demand: Norderstedt.

Quirke, S; (2013) Reading gender in ancient Egyptian healing papyri. In: UNSPECIFIED (191 - 199).

Quirke, S; (2012) Lyricism and offence in Egyptian archaeology collections. In: UNSPECIFIED (37 - 48).

Quirke, S; (2012) The Hyksos in Egypt 1600 bce: New Rulers without an Administration. In: UNSPECIFIED

Quirke, S; (2009) Contexts for the Lahun Lists. In: Régen, I and Servajean, F, (eds.) Verba manentRecueil d’études dédiées à Dimitri Meeks par ses collègues et amis. (363 - 386). : Montpellier.

Quirke, S; (2009) Petrie archives in London and Oxford. In: Magee, D and Bourriau, J and Quirke, S, (eds.) Sitting beside Lepsius. Studies in Honour of Jaromir Malek at the Griffith Institute. (439 - 461). Peeters: Leuven.

Quirke, S; (2009) The Residence in relations between places of knowledge, production and power: Middle Kingdom evidence. In: Gundlach, R and Taylor, J, (eds.) Egyptian Royal Residences. (111 - 130). Harrassowitz: Wiesbaden.

Quirke, S; (2009) Sehel and Suez: canal-cutting and periodisation in ancient and modern history. In: Fitzenreiter, M, (ed.) Das Ereignis, Geschichtsschreibung zwischen Vorfall und Struktur. (223 - 230). Golden House Publications: London.

Quirke, S; (2008) CREATION STORIES IN ANCIENT EGYPT. In: UNSPECIFIED (61 - 86).

Quirke, S; (2007) 'Book of the Dead Chapter 178': a late Middle Kingdom compilation or excerpts? In: Grallert, S and Grajetzki, W, (eds.) Life and Afterlife in Ancient Egypt during the Middle Kingdom and Second Intermediate Period. (100 - 122). Golden House Publications: London.

Quirke, S; (2007) Interwoven Destinies: Egyptians and English in the Labour of Archaeology, 1880-2007. In: Brehony, B and El-Desouky, A, (eds.) British-Egyptian Relations from Suez to the Present Day. (247 - 273). Saqi: London.

Quirke, S; (2007) Labour at Lahun. In: Hawass, Z and Richards, J, (eds.) The archaeology and art of Ancient Egypt. (273 - 288). American University in Cairo Press: Cairo.

Quirke, S; (2007) Women of Lahun 1850-1700BC: An Exercise in Historical Archaeology. In: Hamilton, S and Whitehouse, R and Wright, KI, (eds.) Archaeology and Women. (246 - 262). Left Coast Press: Walnut Creek, CA.

Quirke, S; (2006) In the name of the king: on late Middle Kingdom cylinders. In: Czerny, EEA, (ed.) Timelines. Studies in Honour of Manfred Bietak. (263 - 274). : Leuven.

Quirke, S; (2004) Identifying the officials of the Fifteenth Dynasty. In: Bietak, M and Czerny, E, (eds.) Scarabs of the Second Millennium BC from Egypt, Nubia, Crete and the Levant: Chronological and Historical Implications. (171 - 193). : Vienna.

Quirke, S; (2003) 'Art' and 'the Artist' in late Middle Kingdom administration. In: Quirke, S, (ed.) Discovering Egypt from the Neva: the Egyptological legacy of O.D.Berlev. (85 - 105). Achet-Verlag: Berlin.

Quirke, S; (2003) Measuring the Underworld. In: O'Connor, D and Quirke, S, (eds.) Mysterious Lands. (161 - 181). UCL Press: London.

Quirke, S; (2003) Museum resources and the dictionary. In: Hafemann, I, (ed.) Wege zu einem digitalen Corpus ägyptischer Texte. (133 - 141). Achet-Verlag: Berlin.

Quirke, S; (2001) Colour vocabularies in Ancient Egyptian. In: Davies, WV, (ed.) Colour and Painting in Ancient Egypt. (186 - 192). British Museum Press: London.

Quirke, S; (1999) Figures of clay: toys or ritual objects? In: Quirke, S, (ed.) Lahun Studies. (141 - 151). SIA Publications: Reigate.

Quirke, S; (1999) Visible and invisible: the King in the administrative papyri of the late Middle Kingdom. In: Gundlach, R and Seipel, W, (eds.) Das fruhe agyptische Konigtum. Akten des 2. Symposions zur agyptischen Konigsideologie Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien 24.-26.9.1997, pp.63-71. Harrassowitz: Wiesbaden.

Quirke, S; (1999) Women in Ancient Egypt : temple titles and funerary papyri. In: Tait, WJ and Leahy, A, (eds.) Studies on Ancient Egypt in Honour of H.S. Smith. (227 - 235). Egypt Exploration Society: London.

Quirke, S; (1999) The last Books of the Dead? In: Davies, WV, (ed.) Studies in Egyptian Antiquities, a tribute to T.G.H. James. (83 - 98). British Museum: London.

Quirke, SGJ; (2014) Collecting type: Rosellini, Petrie, Montelius: the before and the after. In: Betro, M and Miniaci, G, (eds.) Talking along the Nile: Ippolito Rosellini, travellers and scholars of the 19th century in Egypt. (197 - 210). Pisa University Press: Pisa.

Quirke, SGJ; (2014) A stratigraphic approach to authentication. In: Authentizität: Artefakt und Versprechen in der Archäologie. (61 - 67). Golden House Publications: London UK.

Quirke, SGJ; (2013) The deed of conveyance of Mery. In: Carnall, M, (ed.) Conversation Pieces: Inspirational objects in UCL's historic collections. (90 - 91). Shire Publications Ltd: Oxford, UK.

Quirke, SGJ; (2013) Fragment Epistemology? Profiling the society and economy of late Middle Kingdom Lahun. In: Bussi, S, (ed.) Egitto dai faraoni agli arabi: atti del convegno Egitto amministrazione, economia, societa, culttura dai faraoni agli arabi. (47 - 57). Fabrizio Serra: Rome.

Quirke, SGJ; (2009) Four Titles: What is the Difference? In: Silverman, D and Simpson, W and Wegner, J, (eds.) Archaism and Innovation: Studies in the Culture of Middle Kingdom Egypt. (305 - 317). University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology: Philadelphia.

Quirke, SGJ; (2006) Translation Choices across Five Thousand Years: Egyptian, Greek, Arabic Libraries in a Land of Many Languages. In: Herman, T, (ed.) Translating Others. (265 - 283). St Jerome Publishing: Manchester.

Proceedings paper

MacDonald, L; Guerra, MF; Pillay, R; Hess, M; Quirke, S; Robson, S; Ahmadabadian, AH; (2014) Practice-Based Comparison of Imaging Methods for Visualization of Toolmarks on an Egyptian Scarab. In: IMAGE AND SIGNAL PROCESSING, ICISP 2014. (pp. 239 - 246).

Quirke, SGJ; (2011) ‘On/Heliopolis/‘Ain Shams Where Light first became Enlightenment. In: Abdel Nasser, M and Hamouda, S, (eds.) Alexandria and other Centers of Thought in Ancient Egypt: 10-11 December 2009, Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Proceedings. (pp. 7 - 19). Alexandria Center for Hellenistic Studies: Alexandria, Egypt.

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