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Dr. Andreas Winkler

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Freie Universität Berlin
Einstein Center Chronoi
Otto-von-Simson Str. 7
Raum Zimmer 102
14195 Berlin

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CURRENT POSITIONS

2019-present

Senior Research Fellow,Einstein Center – Chronoi, Freie Universität, Berlin

 

2016-present

Researcher, Department of Archaeology and Classical Studies, Stockholm University

 

PREVIOUS POSITIONS

2015-2019

Departmental Lecturer, The Oriental Institute, University of Oxford

 

2014-2015

Postdoctoral Research Associate, Department of Egyptology and Assyriology, Brown University, Providence RI

 

2013-2014

Postdoctoral Research Associate, Department of Classics/The Center for the Tebtunis Papyri, Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley CA

 

2012-2013

Departmental Lecturer, The Oriental Institute, University of Oxford

 

2011-2012

Acting Senior Lecturer, Department of Archaeology and Ancient History, Uppsala University

 

EDUCATION

2011

Doctor of Philosophy, Egyptology, Uppsala University

Demotistik, Koptologie, Papyrologie; Philologie; Griechisch-Römisches Ägypten; Wissenschaftsgeschichte, bez. die Astralwissenschaften, Sozioökonomische Geschichte; Onomastik, Religionsgeschichte

Journal Articles

2018

“Mouchis and its Crocodiles: Topography, Toponymy, and Theonymy”, The Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists 55, 229-251

 

2017

“Three Coptic Letters in the Museum Gustavianum”, The Journal of Juristic Papyrology 47, 101-115 (co-authored with Å. Engsheden)


2016/2017

“Dealing about Wheeling in Augustan Thebes: A Demotic Lease of a Cart (O.Ashm.Dem. 28)”, Enchoria: Zeitschrift für Demotistik und Koptologie 35, 71-97


2016

  • “The Affairs of the Lesonis in Roman Tebtunis and Two More Receipts Related to the Temple”, Chronique d’Égypte 91, fasc. 182, 264-284
  • “A Bilingual Petition from the Priests of Roman Tebtunis: P.Mich. V 226 Once Again”, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 197, 195-203 (co-authored with M. Zellmann-Rohrer)

2015

  • “The Bilingual Archive of the Linen Weaver Petechonsis, Son of Thoteus, and O.Bodl.Eg.Inscr. 328”, Ancient Society 45, 97-123
  • “Third Time’s the Charm? The Councillor Priests and a Document from the Reign of Claudius, Redux”, Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt 51, 75-91
  • “A Contribution to the Revenues of the Crocodile in the Imperial Fayum: The Temple Tax on Property Transfer Revisited”, The Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists 52, 239-263

  

2014

  • “On the Longevity of the χοαχύται in Thebes and Elsewhere”, Journal of Ancient Civilizations 29, 50-62
  • “New Names, Divine Dues, and Archaising Terminology: Three Notes on P.Zauzich 59 and the διδραχµία τοῦ Σούχoυ in Roman Tebtunis”, Archiv für Papyrusforschung 60, 155-168

 

2013

“A Royal Star: On the “Miracle of the Star” in Thutmoses III’s Gebel Barkal Stela and a Note on the King as a Star in Personal Names”, Revue d’Égyptologie 64, 231-247


2010

“Collecting Income at Kerkesoucha Orous: New Light on P.Cairo II 30625”, The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 96, 161-174


2006

“The Efflux that Issued from Osiris: A Study on rḏw in the Pyramid Texts”, Göttinger Miszellen 211, 125-139

 

Book Chapters

2019

“P.Oxy. LXXXIV 5432: Demotic Sale of Part of a House with Greek Tax Receipt”, in A. Benaissa et al. (eds), The Oxyrhynchus Papyri vol. LXXXIV, Graeco-Roman Memoires 105; London, Egypt Exploration Society, 119-124 (co-authored with A. Benaissa)


2018

  • “A Starry Summer Night in AD 142: A Theban Horoscope (Griffith MSS. 3.59) in Context”, in F. A. J. Hoogendijk, C. J. Martin, and K. Donker van Heel (eds), Hieratic, Demotic, and Greek Studies and Text Editions. Of Making Many Books There is No End: In Honour of Sven P. Vleeming, Papyrologica Lugduno-Batava 34; Leiden, Brill, 298-308
  • “Chaldeans on the Nile: Two Egyptian Astronomical Procedure Texts with Babylonian Systems A1 and A2 for Mercury”, in C. Jay Crisostomo et al. (eds), “The Scaffolding of Our Thoughts”: Essays on Assyriology and the History of Science in Honor of Francesca Rochberg, Ancient Magic and Divination 13; Leiden, Brill, 382-419 (co-authored with M. Ossendrijver)
  • “PSI XVII 1714: Bilingual Receipt for Greek Reeds”, in F. Maltomini, S. Russo, and M. Stroppa (eds), Papiri della società italiana vol. XVII, Florence, Florence University Press, 248-258 (co-authored with T. Hickey)
  • “PSI XVII 1715: Bilingual ‘House Sale’”, in F. Maltomini, S. Russo, and M. Stroppa (eds), Papiri della società italiana vol. XVII, Florence, Florence University Press, 259-274 (co-authored with T. Hickey)

 

2016

“Some Astrologers and their Handbooks in Demotic Egyptian”, in J. Steele (ed.), The Circulation of Astronomical Knowledge in the Ancient World, Time, Astronomy, and Calendars 6; Leiden, Brill, 245-286

 

2014

“Swapping Lands at Tebtunis in the Ptolemaic Period: A Reassessment of P.Cairo II 30630 and 30631”, in Y. Broux and M. Depauw (eds), Acts of the 10th International Congress of Demotic Studies, Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 231; Leuven, Peeters, 361-391

 

2009

“On the Astrological Papyri from the Tebtunis Temple Library”, in G. Widmer and D. Devauchelle (eds), Actes du ixe congrès international des études démotiques, Bibliothèque d'étude 147; Cairo, IFAO, 361-375

 

2008

“The Database AGRE: Agriculture in Graeco-Roman Egypt”, in S. Lippert and M. Schentuleit (eds), Graeco-Roman FayumTexts and Archaeology; Wiesbaden, Harrassowitz, 223-224

 

Reviews

2016

S. L. Lippert and M. A. Stadler, Gehilfe des Thoth. Festschrift für Karl-Theodor Zauzich zu seinem 75. Geburtstag; Wiesbaden 2014, Bibliotheca Orientalis 73, 385-391

 

2015

I. S. Moyer, Egypt and the Limits of Hellenism; Cambridge 2011, Journal of Near Eastern Studies 74, 370-373

  

2007

M. A. Stadler, Isis, das göttliche Kind und die Weltordnung, MPER N.S. 28; Vienna 2004, Lingua Aegyptia 15, 359-364

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