Social Life & Religion
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Kemp, B.J., 2012. The City of Akhenaten and Nefertiti: Amarna and its People. London: Thames and Hudson.
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Samuel, D., 1999. Bread making and social interactions at the Amarna Workmen's Village, Egypt. World Archaeology 31, 121–44.
Stevens, A., 2003. The material evidence for domestic religion at Amarna and preliminary remarks on its interpretation. Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 89, 143–68.
Stevens, A., 2004. The Amarna royal women as images of fertility: perspectives on a royal cult. Journal of Ancient Near Eastern Religions 4, 107–27.
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Stevens, A., 2015. Visibility, private religion and the urban landscape of Amarna. Archaeological Review from Cambridge 30:1, 77–84.