Coming of Age in Ancient Egypt

 

A theory of what post-pubescent boys and girls

may have had to go through

in ancient Egypt

 

First presented at the

Sex and Gender Conference,

The Egypt Centre, University of Swansea,

December, 2005

http://www.swan.ac.uk/egypt/infosheetgen/Conference2005.htm

 

Read the paper

 

The methodology was presented at the

Erotica, Erotism and Sexuality in Ancient Egypt

The Second International Congress for Young Egyptologists

in October, 2006, Lisbon, Portugal

http://www.portanta.com/html/youngegyptian.html

also: http://www.anf.pt/site/data/pdf/museu.pdf

 

 

Read the Methodology

 


The methodology of the Male Coming-of-Age theory

was presented at the

2006 SSEA Scholars’ Day Colloquium

On November 4, 2006, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

http://www.thessea.org/events.php?show=schedule&year=2006

 

Read J.J. Castillo’s Report on the Colloquium

 

This paper was the first half of the Methodology, above