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A discussion of Egyptian models, where they are found, who owned them, what purpose they served, where in the tomb they were placed and how they relate to tomb scenes.
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Angela Tooley achieved a BA Hons in the Archaeology of the Eastern Mediterranean, specialising in Egyptology, at Liverpool University in 1984. Following study visits to Egypt and major European museums she was awarded a PhD on the subject of Middle Kingdom wooden models in 1990. He has excavated in Egypt at Amarna during the seasons 1986 and 1987 and has worked on special projects at Liverpool Museum and as Acting Assistant Keep at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, where he was responsible for the re-display of the Nubian collection. She has lectured on Nile cruises and has contributed to a number of articles to learned journals.
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