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Cooney, K. M., The Cost of Death: The Social and Economic Value of Ancient Egyptian Funerary Art in the Ramesside Period (Leiden, 2007).

Cooney, K. M., “The Functional Materialism of Death: A Case Study of Funerary Material in the Ramesside Period” in M. Fitzenreiter (ed.), Das Heilige und die Ware (London, 2008): 273-299.

Cooney, K. M., “The Fragmentation of the Female: Re-gendered Funerary Equipment as a Means of Rebirth” in C. Graves-Brown (ed.), Sex and Gender in Ancient Egypt (Swansea, 2008): 1-25.

Cooney, K. M., “Gender Transformation in Death: A Case Study of Coffins from Ramesside Period Egypt” in Near Eastern Archaeology 73 (2010): 224-237.

Cooney, K. M., “Changing Burial Practices at the End of the New Kingdom: Defensive Adaptations in Tomb Commissions, Coffin Commissions, Coffin Decoration, and Mummification” in Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt 47 (2011): 3-44.

Dodson, A., “Egyptian Coffins in Provincial Collections of the United Kingdom”, University of Bristol (2002ff).

Dodson, A., “On the Burial of Maihirpri and Certain Coffins of the Eighteenth Dynasty” in C. J. Eyre (ed.), Proceedings of the Seventh International Congress of Egyptologists (Leuven, 1998): 331-338.

Sheikholeslami, C. M., “Some Theban Choachytes of the Third Intermediate Period” in C. Jurman, B. Bader and D. Aston., Essays on First Millennium Egypt in Honour of Anthony Leahy (Leuven/Paris/Bristol, 2017): 415-445.

Sheikholeslami, C. M., “Sokar-Osiris and the Goddesses: some twenty-fifth–twenty-sixth dynasty coffins from Thebes” in E. Pischikova, J. Budka and K. Griffin, Thebes in the First Millennium BC (Newcastle Upon Tyne, 2014): 453-482.

Strudwick, H. M., “Egyptian Coffins at the Fitzwilliam Museum: a Case Study in Collection Formation” in M. Tomorad and J. Popielska-Grzybowska, Proceedings of the Seventh European Conference of Egyptologists, 2nd-7th June 2015, Zagreb, Croatia (Oxford, 2017): 97-115.

Strudwick, H. M., “The enigmatic owner of the coffins of Nespawershefyt at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge” in A. Amenta and H. Guichard, Proceedings of the First Vatican Coffin Conference, 19-22 June 2013, vol.1 (Vatican, 2017): 521-529.

Strudwick, H and Dawson, J., Death on the Nile: Uncovering the Afterlife of Ancient Egypt (London, 2016).

Tooley, A., “Coffin of a dog from Beni Hasan” in Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 74 (London, 1988): 207-211.

Willems, H., Chests of Life: A Study of the Typology and Conceptual Development of Middle Kingdom Standard Class Coffins (Leiden, 1988).

Willems, H., The Coffin of Heqata (Cairo JdE 36418): A Case Study of Egyptian Funerary Culture of the Early Middle Kingdom (Leuven, 1996).

Willems, H., The World of the Coffin Texts: Proceedings of the Symposium Held on the Occasion of the 100th Birthday of Adriaan de Buck, Leiden, December 17-19, 1992 (Leiden, 1996).

Willems, H., Social Aspects of Funerary Culture in the Egyptian Old and Middle Kingdoms: Proceedings of the International Symposium Held at Leiden University, 6-7 June, 1996 (Leuven, 2001).

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