KMT Magazine Volume 02: Issue 4

  • “Readers’ Forum,” 2-4.
  • “Nile Currents” by Lyla Pinch Brock, 5-8
  • “Editor’s Report” by Dennis Forbes, 9-11, 34.
  • “Senusret I” by Dennis C. Forbes, 12-18.
  • “Locating Per-Rameses, Lost Capital of the 19th Dynasty” by Glen V. McIntyre, 20-27.
  • “ A Mastaba in Chicago? Visiting the Tomb of Unisankh at the Field Museum of Natural History” by Kimberly Rufus-Bach, 28-33.
  • Portfolio: “Painting the Monuments: Adolf Miethe” (Ed.), 35-38.
  • “Up at the Giza Plateau: Egyptian and American Teams Continue Excavating 4th Dynasty Settlement and Cemetery Sites” interviews and photos by Greg Reeder, 39-44.
  • “Re-Inventing the Machine Herodotus Said Built the Great Pyramid” by Robert H. Lowdermilk, 45-53.
  • “Queen Tetisheri Reconsidered” by W.V. Davies, 54-62
  • “Where Is It?” 63.
  • “A Tale of Two Brothers: An Interpretation as Universal Myth” by Moyra Caldecott, 64-68.
  • Book Reviews: Betsy M. Bryan, The Reign of Thutmose IV, 69-70
  • Susan T. Hollis, The Ancient Egyptian “Tale of Two Brothers” — The Oldest Fairy Tale in the World, 70-71
  • Ann Bomann, The Private Chapel in Ancient Egypt, 71 (all by Editor).
  • “End Paper” by Leonore O. Congdon, 72.