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Edited volumes


2023. K. Gabler. Section 3 "Étude de la TT 217 d'Ipouy", Report about First Full Season, in: C. Larcher et al., ‘Deir el-Médina (2022). Mission d’étude et de restoration‘. In Bulletin archéologique des Écoles françaises à l’étranger, 9 p., https://doi.org/10.4000/baefe.8324.

2023. K. Gabler, E. Hertel, A. Loprieno, M. Müller, R. Pietri, S. Polis, S. Unter. Crossing Invisible Boundaries: An Erased Letter to the Chief of the Storehouse Ḥwy. In O. el-Aguizy & B. Kasparian (eds.), Proceedings of the Twelfth International Congress of Egyptologists ICE XII, 3rd8th November 2019, Cairo, Egypt Bibliothèque générale 71, Cairo, pp. 753–760.

2023. K. Gabler. Deir el-Medina in the Ramesside Period: 250 Years of Changes and Developments Exemplified by the Service Personnel, the smd.t n pA xr. In Ola el-Aguizy & Burt Kasparian (eds.), Proceedings of the Twelfth International Congress of Egyptologists ICE XII, 3rd8th November 2019, Cairo, Egypt Bibliothèque générale 71, Cairo, pp. 1229–1236.

2023. K. Gabler. Neues zur Vergöttlichung Amenophis’ I. in Deir el–Medine: Ein weiterer Beleg eines schildförmigen Mumienamulettes. In S. Gerhards, N. Gräßler, S. A. Gülden, A. Illin-Tomich, J. Kertmann, A. Kilian, T. Konrad, K. van der Moezel, M. Zöller-Engelhardt (eds.), Schöne Denkmäler sind entstanden. Studien zu Ehren von Ursula Verhoeven, Heidelberg, Propylaeum, pp. 103–113. https://doi.org/10.11588/propylaeum.1085.c16596.

2023. K. Gabler. Zwei Holzkisten aus Theban Tomb 217 im historischen und aktuellen Diskurs. In A. Verbovsek, E. Hemauer, A. Herzberg-Beiersdorf (eds.), „Diskurs: Akteure – Gegenstand – Beziehungen“. Beiträge des elften Berliner Arbeitskreises Junge Aegyptologie (BAJA 11), 6.–8.5.2021, Göttinger Orientforschungen, Reihe IV. Ägypten 69, Wiesbaden, pp. 33–49.

2022. K. Gabler. The Women of Deir el-Medina in the Ramesside Period: Current State of Research and Future Perspectives on the Community of Workers. In M. Ayad (ed.), Women in Ancient Egypt. Revisiting Power, Agency, and Autonomy, Cairo, pp. 243–262.

2022. K. Gabler, and A.-C. Salmas (Cairo). “Make yourself at Home”: Some “House Biographies” from Deir el-Medina, with a Special Focus on the Domestic (and Funerary) Spaces of Sennedjem’s Family. In S. Töpfer, P. del Vesco, and, F. Poole (eds.), Deir el-Medina through the Kaleidoscope. Proceedings of the International Workshop Turin 8th-10th October 2018, Modena, pp. 75–141. https://formazioneericerca.museoegizio.it/en/pubblicazioni/deir-el-medina-en/, 67 p.

2022. K. Gabler. Section 1.2 "TT 217, Report about Pilot Season", in C. Larcher et al., Deir el-Médina (2021). Mission d’étude et de restoration. In Bulletin archéologique des Écoles françaises à l’étranger 6243 (2022), https://doi.org/10.4000/baefe.6243, pp. 6-13.

2022. R. Demarée (Leiden), K. Gabler (Basel), and S. Polis (Liège). A Family Affair in the Community of Deir el-Medina: Gossip Girls in two 19th Dynasty Letters. In S. Gülden, T. Konrad, and U. Verhoeven (eds.), Ägyptologische «Binsen»-Weisheiten IV. Hieratisch des Neuen Reiches: Akteure, Formen und Funktionen. Akten der internationalen Tagung in der Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur, Mainz im Dezember 2019, Abhandlungen der Geistes- und sozialwissenschaftlichen Klasse. Einzelveröffentlichung, Stuttgart, pp. 43–126, http://doi.org/10.25358/openscience-9254.

2021. E. L. Hertel, S. M. Unter, K. Gabler, and A. Loprieno. Crossing Boundaries Between Humanities and Informatics: the Case of Egyptian Papyri. In C. Clivaz, and G. Allen (eds.) Ancient Manuscripts and Virtual Research Environments. Center for Hellenic Studies, Harvard University (Classics@ 18), p. 21. 

2020. K. Gabler, and M. Müller. A Vizier’s (Maybe not so) New Pieces of Furniture in the Renaissance Era: The Drawings and the Texts of P. Turin Cat. 2034 in Context. In K. Gabler, R. Gautschy, L. Bohnenkämper, H. Jenni, C. Reymond, R. Zillhardt, A. Loprieno-Gnirs, and H.-H. Münch (eds.), Text-Bild-Objekte im archäologischen Kontext. Festschrift für Susanne Bickel, Lingua Aegyptia Studia Monographica 22, Hamburg, pp. 117–150.

2020. S. Polis, K. Gabler, C. Greco, E. Hertel, A. Loprieno, M. Müller, R. Pietri, N. Soijc, S. Töpfer, and, S. Unter, Crossing Boundaries. Unterstanding Complex Scribal Practices in Ancient Egypt. 2019 Progress Report. In Rivista del Museo Egizio 4 (2020), pp. 1–15.

2019. S. Beck (Tübingen), and K. Gabler. Die Überlieferung von Text und Befund in Deir el-Medine am Beispiel des Wächters Khawy / #Awj (ii). In M. Brose, P. Dils, F. Naether, L. Popko, and D. Raue (eds.), En détail - Philologie und Archäologie im Diskurs, Festschrift für Hans-Werner Fischer-Elfert, Zeitschrift für ägyptische Sprache und Altertum, Beihefte 7, Berlin / Boston, pp. 29–78. 

2018. K. Gabler. Can I stay or must I go? Relations between the Deir el-Medina Community and their Service Personnel. In A. Dorn and S. Polis (eds.), Out of the Box. Selected Papers from the Conference “Deir el-Medina and the Theban Necropolis in Contact”, Liège, 27-29 October 2014, Aegyptiaca Leodiensia 11, Liège, pp. 157–189.

2018. K. Gabler. Methods of Identification among the Deir el-Medina Workmen and their Service Personnel: The Use of Names, Titles, Patronyms and Identity Marks in Administrative Texts from Deir el-Medina. In B.J.J. Haring, K. van der Moezel, and, D. Soliman (eds.), Egyptian Workmen's Marks in Archaeological, Historical, Comparative and Theoretical Perspective. Proceedings of a Conference in Leiden, 13-15 December 2013, Egyptologische Uitgaven 32, Leiden / Leuven, pp. 191–218.
Awarded with a price of the Foundation for Egyptology and Legal History Prof Dr S. Allam.

2018. K. Gabler, and D. Soliman (Leiden). P. Turin Provv. 3581: An Eighteenth Dynasty Letter from the Valley of the Queens in Context. In Rivista del Museo Egizio 2: pp. 1–26.

2017. K. Gabler, Stele Turin CGT 50057 (= Cat. 1514) im ikonografischen und prosopografischen Kontext Deir el-Medines: nb.t-pr Mw.t/-m-wjA (vi) im Spannungsfeld der Mächte der Taweret und des Seth?. In Rivista del Museo Egizio 1: pp. 1–39.

2012. K. Gabler. MnTw-ms, der „Muster-mDAj“? Ein prominenter Titelträger im Vergleich mit der Berufsgruppe der Medja von Deir el-Medine. In G. Neunert, K. Gabler, and A. Verbovsek (eds.), Sozialisationen: Individuum – Gruppe – Gesellschaft. Beiträge des ersten Münchner Arbeitskreises Junge Aegyptologie, 3.–5.12.2010, Göttinger Orientforschungen, Reihe IV. Ägypten 51, Wiesbaden, pp. 85–99.

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