Publications and communications of Nico Staring

Staring, N. (In press). Adaptation and Re-use of Earlier Tombs. In F. Hagen, D. Soliman, ... R. Olsen, Tomb Construction in New Kingdom Egypt. Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.

Staring, N., & Raven, M. J. (Other coll.). (2024). The Tomb of Ry. In M. J. Raven (Ed.), Five New Kingdom Tombs at Saqqara. Leiden, Netherlands: Sidestone Press. doi:10.59641/1ry5aust

Staring, N. (2023). The Saqqara Necropolis through the New Kingdom: Biography of an Ancient Egyptian Cultural Landscape. Leiden, Netherlands: Brill.

Staring, N. (2023). Memphite New Kingdom Graffiti Corpus in Tomb Contexts. In C. Ragazzoli, K. Hassan, ... C. Salvador, Graffiti & Rock Inscriptions from Ancient Egypt (pp. 297-320). Cairo, Egypt: Institut français d'archéologie Orientale.

Bělohoubková, D., Pieke, G., & Staring, N. (2021). Continuity, Discontinuity and Change in Non-Royal Tombs at Memphis, Amarna, and Thebes. In F. Coppens, Continuity, Discontinuity and Change: Perspectives from the New Kingdom to the Roman Era (pp. 193-207). Prague, Czechia: Charles University.

Staring, N. (2021). The Necropolis as Lived Space and a Work in Continuous Progress. In M. Bárta, F. Coppens, ... J. Krejčí (Eds.), Abusir and Saqqara in the Year 2020 (pp. 273-284). Prague, Czechia: Faculty of Arts, Charles University.

Staring, N. (2021). The Necropolis as a Lived Space and a Work in Continuous Progress. In M. Bárta, F. Coppens, ... J. Krejčí (Eds.), Abusir and Saqqara in the Year 2020 (pp. 273-284). Prague, Czechia: Czech Institute of Egyptology, Charles University.

Staring, N. (2021). The Memphite Necropolis through the Amarna Period. A Study of Private Patronage, Transmission of Iconographic Motifs, and Scene Details. In F. Coppens (Ed.), Continuity, Discontinuity and Change: Perspectives from the New Kingdom to the Roman Era (pp. 13-73). Prague, Czechia: Charles University.

Del Vesco, P., Greco, C., Soliman, D., Staring, N., & Weiss, L. (2020). The Leiden-Turin Archaeological Expedition to Saqqara: Preliminary Results of the 2019 Fieldwork Season. Rivista del Museo Egizio, 4, 62-93. doi:10.29353/rime.2020.3214

Staring, N. (2020). The Late-Eighteenth Dynasty Tomb of Ry at Saqqara (Reign of Tutankhamun). Horemheb’s Chief of Bowmen and Overseer of Horses Contextualised. Rivista del Museo Egizio, 4, 16-61. doi:10.29353/rime.2020.2994

Van Pelt, W. P., & Staring, N. (2020). The Graffiti. In M. J. Raven, The Tombs of Ptahemwia and Sethnakht at Saqqara (pp. 145-161). Leiden, Netherlands: Sidestone Press.

Weiss, L., Staring, N., & Twiston Davies, H. (2020). Saqqara: Living in a City of the Dead. Leiden, Netherlands: Rijksmuseum van Oudheden.

Del Vesco, P., Greco, C., Müller, M., Staring, N., & Weiss, L. (2019). Current Research of the Leiden-Turin Archaeological Mission in Saqqara. A Preliminary Report on the 2018 Season. Rivista del Museo Egizio, 3, 22-46. doi:10.29353/rime.2019.2236

Staring, N. (2019). Piecing Together the Dispersed Tomb of Ry at Saqqara. Egyptian Archaeology: Bulletin of the Egypt Exploration Society, 54, 41-45.

Staring, N. (2019). From Landscape Biography to the Social Dimension of Burial. A View from Memphis, c. 1539-1078 BCE. In N. Staring, H. Twiston Davies, ... L. Weiss, Perspectives on Lived Religion. Practices – Transmission – Landscape (pp. 207-223). Leiden, Netherlands: Sidestone Press.

Staring, N., Twiston Davies, H., & Weiss, L. (2019). Perspectives on Lived Religion. Practices – Transmission – Landscape. Leiden, Netherlands: Sidestone Press.

Staring, N., Twiston Davies, H., & Weiss, L. (2019). Introduction: Perspectives on Lived Religion. Practices – Transmission – Landscape. In N. Staring, H. Twiston Davies, ... L. Weiss, Perspectives on Lived Religion. Practices – Transmission – Landscape (pp. 7-13). Leiden, Netherlands: Sidestone Press.

Van Pelt, W. P., & Staring, N. (2019). Interpreting Graffiti in the Saqqara New Kingdom Necropolis as Expressions of Popular Customs and Beliefs. Rivista del Museo Egizio, 3, 120-168. doi:10.29353/rime.2019.2577

Staring, N. (2018). Products of the Physical Engagement with Sacred Space: The New Kingdom Non-textual Tomb-graffiti at Saqqara. In B. Haring, K. Van der Moezel, ... D. Soliman (Eds.), Decoding Signs of Identity: Egyptian Workmen’s Marks in Archaeological, Historical, Comparative and Theoretical Perspective. Proceedings of a Conference in Leiden, 13-15 December 2013 (pp. 79-110). Leuven, Belgium: Peeters.

Staring, N. (2017). Toward a Prosopography of New Kingdom Tomb Owners in the Memphite Necropolis. In M. Bárta, F. Coppens, ... J. Krejčí (Eds.), Abusir and Saqqara in the Year 2015 (pp. 593-611). Prague, Czechia: Czech Institute of Egyptology, Charles University.

Staring, N. (2017). The Mid-Nineteenth Century Exploration of the Saqqara New Kingdom Necropolis. In V. Verschoor, A. J. Stuart, ... C. Demarée (Eds.), Imaging and Imagining the Memphite Necropolis. Liber Amicorum René van Walsem (pp. 95-114). Leuven, Belgium: Peeters.

Staring, N. (2017). Graffiti on a Thirteenth Dynasty Stela from Abydos (Louvre C8). In C. Di Biase-Dyson & L. Donovan (Eds.), The Cultural Manifestations of Religious Experience. Studies in Honour of Boyo G. Ockinga (pp. 251-262). Münster, Germany: Ugarit-Verlag.

Staring, N. (2016). Wege einer verloren geglaubten Stele: Berlin ÄM 19718. aMun. Magazin für die Freunde Ägyptischer Museen und Sammlungen, 18 (53), p. 35-42.

Staring, N. (2016). The Tomb of Ptahemwia, ‘Great Overseer of Cattle’ and ‘Overseer of the Treasury of the Ramesseum’, at Saqqara. Journal of Egyptian Archaeology, 102, 145-170. doi:10.1177/030751331610200110

Staring, N. (2016). Studies in the Saqqara New Kingdom Necropolis. From the Mid-19th Century Exploration to New Insights into the Life and Death of Memphite Officials, Their Tombs and the Use of Sacred Space [Doctoral thesis, Macquarie University]. ORBi-University of Liège. https://orbi.uliege.be/handle/2268/265402

Staring, N. (2016). Revisiting Three Objects in Berlin Pertaining to the Mayor of Memphis, Ptahmose: The “Lost” Faience Stela ÄM 19718 and the Limestone Pyramid Panels ÄM 1631-1632. Studien zur Altägyptischen Kultur, 45, 341-374.

Staring, N. (2015). The Title HA.ty-a.w HA inb.w n.w PtH, “Mayor of Beyond the Walls of Ptah”, and Early 19th Dynasty Temple Building at Memphis. Zeitschrift für Agyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde, 142 (2), 167-190. doi:10.1515/zaes-2015-0014

Staring, N. (2015). The Personnel of the Theban Ramesseum in the Memphite Necropolis. Jaarbericht "Ex Oriente Lux", 45, 51-92.

Staring, N. (2015). Saqqara: storia e topografia di una necropoli del Nuovo Regno. In P. Giovetti & D. Picchi, Egitto: Splendore millenario. La collezione di Leiden a Bologna (pp. 210-215). Milan, Italy: Skira.

Staring, N. (2015). Contextualizing Old Kingdom Elite Tomb Decoration: Fixed Rules Versus Personal Choice. In P. Kousoulis & N. Lazaridis (Eds.), Proceedings of the Tenth International Congress of Egyptologists, University of the Aegean, Rhodes 22-29 May 2008 (pp. 1839-1847). Leuven, Belgium: Peeters.

Staring, N. (2014). The Tomb of Ptahmose, Mayor of Memphis. Analysis of an Early 19th Dynasty Funerary Monument at Saqqara. Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale, 114 (2), 455-518.

Staring, N. (2014). A Relief from the Tomb of the Memphite Mayor Ptahmose in the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University. Bulletin of the Australian Centre for Egyptology, 25, 117-146.

Horn, M., Kramer, J., Soliman, D., Staring, N., Van den Hoven, C., & Weiss, L. (Eds.). (2011). Current Research in Egyptology XI. Proceedings of the Eleventh Annual Symposium which Took Place at Leiden University, January 2010. Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxbow Books.

Staring, N. (2011). Interpreting Figural Graffiti: Case Studies from a Funerary Context. In M. Horn, J. Kramer, D. Soliman, N. Staring, C. Van den Hoven, ... L. Weiss (Eds.), Current Research in Egyptology XI. Proceedings of the Eleventh Annual Symposium which Took Place at Leiden University, January 2010 (pp. 145-156). Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxbow Books.

Staring, N. (2011). Fixed Rules or Personal Choice? On the Composition and Arrangement of Daily Life Scenes in Old Kingdom Elite Tombs. In N. Strudwick & H. Strudwick (Eds.), Old Kingdom, New Perspectives. Egyptian Art and Archaeology 2750-2150 BC. Proceedings of a Conference at the Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge, May 2009 (pp. 256-269). Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxbow Books.

Van As, A., Duistermaat, K., Groot, N., Jacobs, L., Schuster, J., Staring, N., & Zineldeen, R. (2009). The Potters of Fustat (Cairo) in 2008 – A Preliminary Report. Leiden Journal of Pottery Studies, 25, 5-30.

Staring, N. (2008). Iconographic Programme and Tomb Architecture: A Focus on Desert-related Themes. In V. Gashe & J. Finch (Eds.), Current Research in Egyptology IX. Proceedings of the Ninth Annual Symposium which Took Place at The KNH Centre for Biomedical Egyptology, University of Manchester, January 2008 (pp. 129-138). Bolton, United Kingdom: Rutherford Press.