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By Ed Sibbett Jr.

Thirty-nine actual images taken from Tutankhamun's Tomb and different shrines at Thebes, from the 18th-20th Dynasties. choosing captions with ancient details accompany every one drawing and a short advent and word list of gods whole this superb resource of historical Egyptian pictorial layout. 39 plates.

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The stable, nuclear family was associated with an idea about a stable society. Uneasiness about changes in society is often voiced as concern for ‘the family’. A report on families to the Church of England sums it up in this way: Families are so fundamental to society that they easily become a focus for society whenever society is anxious about itself. During the last half century, phenomena such as the increase in female employment in the 1970s, the questioning of authority and new experiences of affluence and freedom in the 1960s, the emergence of a teenage culture in the 1950s, and wartime displacement in the 1940s have all been accompanied by fears for the future of families.

In relation to the relatively independent position of communities of women, the so-called ‘widows’ (Bassler 1982). Intra-familial relations: parents-children and between brothers We can only indicate here different types of inter-familial relationships. Within the parents-children relationship it is necessary to distinguish between different types of relationships (Saller and Kertzer 1991:8–19). This reflects a Mediterranean society in which all relations are gender-based. Therefore, instead of using the gender-neutral term ‘parents’, we ought to speak of the relations between a father or mother, respectively, and their sons or daughters, respectively (Malina 1990:57–59).

These aspects of the father-son relationship play a decisive role in the description of the relationship between God and Jesus in John’s Gospel. The place of the father-son relationship within the total family structure may be interpreted in light of a study by Fredrik Barth (1981:83– 92) of the father-son relationship in Middle Eastern societies. He suggests that this is ‘the dominant kinship relationship’ in these societies, with the result that other relationships, especially that of husband and wife, have less importance and are partly suppressed.

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