The below provides an overview of the team’s research outputs (published, in press or in preparation), papers and public lectures presented to various conferences and community groups in addition to the grants awarded by various funding agencies.

Published

  • Evans, L., “Pig overboard? An enigmatic tomb scene from Beni Hassan”. In: Di Biase-Dyson, C. & Donovan, L., (eds.) The Cultural Manifestations of Religious Experience: Studies in Honour of Boyo G. Ockinga (ÄAT 85, Münster: Ugarit-Verlag, 2017), 153–166.
  • Evans, L., “Beasts and beliefs at Beni Hassan: A preliminary report”, Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt 52 (2016), 219–229.
  • Kanawati, N., “Ritual Marriage Alliances and Consolidation of Power in Middle Egypt during the Middle Kingdom”, Études et Travaux 30 (2017), 267–288.
  • Kanawati, N., “Papyrus Thickets in the Old and Middle Kingdoms, with reference to the Scenes in the Tombs of Baqet III an Khety at Beni Hassan”. In: Di Biase-Dyson, C. & Donovan, L., (eds.) The Cultural Manifestations of Religious Experience: Studies in Honour of Boyo G. Ockinga (ÄAT 85, Münster: Ugarit-Verlag, 2017), 119–132.
  • Kanawati, N. and Evans, L., Beni Hassan. Vol. III: The Tomb of Amenemhat (ACE Reports 40; Oxford: Aris and Phillips, 2016).
  • Kanawati, N. and Evans, L., Beni Hassan. Vol. I: The Tomb of Khnumhotep II (ACE Reports 36; Oxford: Aris and Phillips, 2014).
  • Kanawati, N. and Woods, A., Beni Hasan: Art and Daily life in an Egyptian Province (Cairo, 2010).
  • Lashien, M., Beni Hassan. Vol. II: Two Old Kingdom Tombs, (ACE Reports 39; Oxford: Aris and Phillips, 2016).

In Press

  • Evans, L. and Mourad, A.-L., “DStretch® and digital epigraphy: Case studies from Beni Hassan”, Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports – accepted 1/12/17.
  • Woods, A., “Measuring Regional Artistic Diversity in the Egyptian Nile Valley during Dynasties 6-13: Problems and Priorities”. Festschrift. Submitted 19/12/2017.
  • Woods, A., “Drawing the Bow: A Re-examination of the Desert Hunt Scene in the Tomb of Khnumhotep II at Beni Hassan”, Bulletin of the Australian Centre for Egyptology 26 (2016-2017).

Conference Papers

  • Evans, L., & Mourad, A.-L., “DStretch® and digital epigraphy: Case studies from Beni Hassan”. The Fourth Australasian Conference of Egyptologists, Monash University, Melbourne. 17 September 2016.
  • Woods, A., “Grand. Simple. Tasteful. Max Weidenbach and the Tombs at Beni Hassan”. The Weidenbach Workshop, September 14-15 2017, Macquarie University. 15 September 2017.
  • Woods, A., “Eternal Egypt deconstructed: A re-assessment of cultural continuity and regional diversity in Middle Kingdom Egypt”. The Fourth Australasian Conference of Egyptologists, Monash University, Melbourne. 17 September 2016.
  • Woods, A., “Archaism and Innovation: Middle Kingdom Elite Tomb Decoration”. The Second Australasian Conference of Egyptologists, University of Auckland, Auckland. 23 July 2011.

Public Lectures

  • Woods, A., “Drawing the Bow: A Re-examination of the Desert Hunt Scene in the Tomb of Khnumhotep II at Beni Hassan”, The Australian Centre for Egyptology Annual Mini Conference, Macquarie University. 25 March 2018.
  • Woods, A., “Archaism and Innovation: Understanding the transmission of artistic models at Beni Hassan”. The Australian Centre for Egyptology Annual Mini Conference, Macquarie University. 26 July 2014.
  • Woods, A., “The Tomb of Khnumhotep II at Beni Hassan: A new Investigation’, The Australian Centre for Egyptology Annual Mini Conference, Macquarie University. 3 April 2011.
  • Woods, A., “‘The Middle Kingdom Tombs at Beni Hassan’, Egyptological Seminar of New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. 17 December 2010.
  • Woods, A., “Daily Life in An Egyptian Province: The Middle Kingdom tombs at Beni Hassan, Egypt”, Michael C. Carlos Museum Outreach Program, Emory University, Atlanta. 1 December 2010.
  • Woods, A., ‘Fishing, Fowling and Foreigners: The Middle Kingdom Tombs at Beni Hassan’, American Research Centre in Egypt, Los Angeles and Orange County Chapters. 14-15 August 2010.