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From Samoa with Love? at the Museum Fünf Kontinente, Munich
Hilke Thode-Arora

1895 and 1911. Fritz (1862–?) lived in Samoa with his Samoan-French wife Marie Denise Devère, and Carl (1860–1916) lived in Berlin and dealt in ethnographic objects that were supplied by his brother in Samoa. Part of the Samoan collection, in addition to the Marquardt pieces, is comprised of state gifts, which were presented to the Bavarian royal family by one of the most important high chiefs, Tupua Tamasese Lealofi. Tamasese, however, had come to Bavaria with one of these ethnic shows. The research project In a wider context, building on Jürgen Habermas, it could

in Curatopia
Reunification of Egypt
Roger Forshaw

’ (HAty-a wr m Ntr).43 Petiese was probably a descendant of a family of Delta chiefs who supported Psamtek, later becoming governor of the Herakleopolitan nome, and eventually being appointed ‘Leader of the fleet’ or ‘Shipmaster’ (aA n mryt).44 Petiese married Tasherientaihet, considered to be a member of the Saite royal family, an older relative of Psamtek, and on chronological grounds possibly a daughter of Bakenrenef. Petiese and Tesherientaihet are suggested to be the parents of Somtutefnakht, although this is not universally accepted.45 Information from both

in Egypt of the Saite pharaohs, 664–525 BC
Setting the scene
Roger Forshaw

continued decentralisation of government during the 21st Dynasty. A notable landmark occurred c. 945 BC, when the throne at Tanis passed to a powerful family of ‘Libyan’ descent, whose first ruler was Sheshonq I (c. 945–924 BC) and who now ruled as the 22nd Dynasty. Sheshonq came from a family that had settled at Bubastis, and whose members through marriage had links with the High Priests at Memphis and the previous royal family at Tanis. Sheshonq was the nephew of the earlier Tanite king, Osorkon the elder.70 political turmoil and ‘libyan’ settlers During the later rule

in Egypt of the Saite pharaohs, 664–525 BC
Roger Forshaw

known as the Zenjirli Stela) commemorating the return of Esarhaddon after his army’s battle and victory over Taharqo in Lower Egypt in 671 BC. Discovered in Zincirli Höyük, Turkey. Dolerite. H. 3.46 m; W. 1.35 m (Pergamon Museum, Berlin). they had appropriated.92 That members of the Kushite royal family were captured perhaps indicates the unexpected nature of the defeat for the Kushites, although the king and his retinue were resident at Memphis. With Taharqo’s earlier victory in 673 BC the Kushites had probably assumed that they were capable of standing up to and

in Egypt of the Saite pharaohs, 664–525 BC
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Jes Wienberg

-Roper 1983 ). Another example is ceremonies in the British Royal Family that are intended as evidence of consensus, stability, and community even though – or just because – society is undergoing powerful change; many of these ceremonies were in fact invented in the period between the 1870s and the First World War (Cannadine 1983 ). Since the publication of The Invention of Tradition , the view that not only traditions but also museums and heritage are part of modernity has had a great impact in the cultural and social sciences. Modernity is said to have created

in Heritopia