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Andreas Winkler

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Arbetar vid Institutionen för arkeologi och antikens kultur
E-post andreas.winkler@antiken.su.se
Besöksadress Lilla Frescativäg 7, Wallenberglaboratoriet
Postadress Institutionen för arkeologi och antikens kultur 106 91 Stockholm Stockholm

Om mig

Arbetar bl.a. med: egyptologi, demotiska och det grekisk-romerska Egypten, koptiska och det tidigkristna Egypten, papyrologi, prästerskap och tempelorganisation, ekonomiska och sociala förhållanden, vetenskapshistoria, egyptisk astronomi, Egyptens kulturella kontakter med östra Medelhavet.

Kort CV
2015-19: Lektor, The Oriental Institute (EANES), University of Oxford
2014-15: Postdok, Dep. of Egyptology and Assyriology, Brown University, Providence RI
2013-14: Postdok, Dep. of Classics/Center for the Tebtunis Papyri, Bancroft Library,  University of California, Berkeley
2012-13: Lektor, The Oriental Institute (EANES), University of Oxford
2011-12: Lektor, Inst. f. ark. och antikens historia (Avd. f. Egyptologi), Uppsala universitet
2009-11: Timlärare, Inst. f. ark. och antikens historia (Avd. f. Egyptologi), Uppsala universitet
2006-08: Forskningsassistent, Institut für die Kulturen des Alten Orients (Ägyptologische Abteilung), Eberhard Karls Universität, Tübingen 

Disputation 2011.

Publikationer

I urval från Stockholms universitets publikationsdatabas
  • 2018. Andreas Winkler. Bulletin of The American Society of Papyrologists 55, 229-251

    This paper revisits the location of Mouchis, a village in the division of Polemon in the Fayum, whose exact whereabouts have been the subject of some debate. In this connection, the toponym's development from Demotic and Greek to Coptic and Arabic is reconsidered. Additionally, the paper provides an overview of the settlement, which was an important regional administrative and economic centre. The article also discusses the etymology and background of one of the local crocodile gods of Mouchis, Sokonporchnoubis, attested in at least four documents, which partly come from the site in question or its vicinity.

  • 2018. Andreas Winkler. Hieratic, Demotic and Greek studies and text editions: of making many books there is no end, 298-308
  • 2018. Andreas Winkler, Mathieu Ossendrijver. "The scaffolding of our thoughts": essays on Assyriology and the history of science in honor of Francesca Rochberg, 382-419

    The authors present two demotic ostraca from the Ashmolean Museum with instructions for computing Mercury's first and last evening and morning visibilities. The instructions are based on Babylonian systems A1and A2. They employ a mathematical formulation based on "elementary steps" that is not yet attested in Babylonia. As will be argued, the procedure shed new light on the role of native Egyptian scholars in the transfer of astral science from Babylonia to Egypt.

  • Kapitel PSI XVII 1715
    2018. Andreas Winkler, Todd Hickey. Papiri della Società Italiana, 259-274
  • Kapitel PSI XVII 1714
    2018. Andreas Winkler, Todd Hickey. Papiri della Società Italiana, 248-258
  • 2018. Andreas Winkler.
  • 2018. Åke Engsheden, Andreas Winkler. Journal of Juristic Papyrology 47, 101-115
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Senast uppdaterad: 16 december 2018

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