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Dr. Ann-Katrin Gill

Akademische Assistentin

Ägyptologie
Kroch-Hochhaus
Goethestraße 2, Raum 402
04109 Leipzig

Telefon: +49 341 97-37146
Telefax: +49 341 97-37029

Berufliche Laufbahn

  • 10/2018 - 03/2021
    Lady Wallis Budge Junior Research Fellow in Egyptology,University College Oxford
  • 10/2017 - 06/2018
    Junior Curator at the Papyrus Collection of the Museo Egizio, Turin, Italy; for the Turin Papyrus Online Platform
  • 10/2016 - 09/2017
    Research assistant ‘Tale of Sinuhe’ Project, Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Oxford
  • 11/2011 - 05/2012
    Wissenschaftliche Hilfskraft mit Abschluss, Papyrologie, Universität Trier (Papyruskonservierung)

Ausbildung

  • 10/2013 - 03/2017
    DPhil-student Oriental Studies (Egyptology), Merton College, University of Oxford; supervisor Prof M. Smith; 21.07.2017: DPhil in Oriental Studies at the University of Oxford; title of the DPhil thesis: ‘The Hieratic Ritual Books of Pawerem (P. BM EA 10252 and P. BM EA 10081) from the late 4th century BC’
  • 10/2010 - 07/2011
    Master of Studies in Oriental Studies, The Queen’s College, University of Oxford; 14.07.2011: ‘Master of Studies’ at the University of Oxford; title of the MSt thesis: ‘Studies on the Book of Protecting the Neshmet-Bark’
  • 04/2005 - 05/2010
    Studium Ägyptologie (Hauptfach), Klassische Archäologie (Nebenfach) und Papyrologie (Nebenfach) an der Universität Trier; 07.05.2010: Magister Artium an der Universität Trier; Titel der M.A. Arbeit: ‘Untersuchungen zu den Fährmannsprüchen des Totenbuches (Tb 98–99)’

My research focuses on ancient Egyptian religion and magic, in particular funerary and ritual texts. I aim to contextualise their production and use, especially by the identification of individual scribes and priestly families, and their social milieu. I specialise in hieratic, the cursive writing form of Egyptian hieroglyphs, and I also work on the ancient Egyptian language with a specific focus on its later phases in the Late and Graeco-Roman Periods, i.e. Demotic—designating both the later phase of the language and its cursive writing form—and the hieroglyphic writings inscribed on temple walls of the Ptolemaic Period.


My habilitation project entitled ‘The Khoiak Festival: A Glimpse into Ancient Egyptian Festival Practice’ includes the study and publication of several major sources connected to the Khoiak festival, such as the famous Dendera Khoiak Inscription and the texts preserved on P. Louvre N. 3176 (S). It is intended to enrich our knowledge of this major ancient Egyptian festival.

  • Of Parts and Pieces: Reassembling papyri and linen objects in US libraries
    Gill, Ann-Katrin
    Laufzeit: 09.2023 – laufend
    Mittelgeber: Stiftungen Inland
    Beteiligte Organisationseinheiten der UL: Ägyptologie
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weitere Forschungsprojekte

  • Gill, A.-K.; Smith, M. J.
    Transforming the Dead in Graeco-Roman Egypt. The Spells of P. Louvre N. 3122 and P. Berlin P. 3162
    Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter. 2023.
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  • Gill, A.-K.
    Of Parts and Pieces: Unearthing and reassembling religious papyri and linen objects in US libraries
    The Martlet. 2021. S. 20–21.
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weitere Publikationen

  • Ägyptologie
    Glorification Spells from a Priestly Milieu in ancient Egypt
    Beginn der Kooperation: 01.04.2020
    Beteiligte externe Organisationen: University of Oxford (Oxford, Vereinigtes Königreich Großbritannien und Nordirland)
    Beteiligte Personen: Gill, Ann-Katrin; Smith, Mark J.
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weitere Kooperationen