Breasts – Sexy, Sacred or Secular?

Breasts – Sexy, Sacred or Secular by Jane Akshar

Jane Akshar Egyptology StudentBreasts, Sexy, Sacred or Secular by Jane AksharHi, my name is Jane Akshar, and I just completed a 4 year course with Manchester University and this is my dissertation.

Mine was the last year to undertake the full four years and to have spend an entire year researching, studying and writing their 8,000 – 10,000 word dissertation.

I can’t tell you how much I enjoyed it,  I learnt so much and found so many great books.  There was great support from the university with our tutor giving feedback on draft chapters and content. I can’t recommend the courses from Manchester Uni enough

My topic was chosen after seeing this in a Luxor street, it made me wonder what attitudes the Ancient Egyptians had to the female breast.

I did analysis of love poetry, pornographic papyrus and rude graffiti.

I looked at the portrayal of the breast in art, both 2-D and 3-D.  Goddesses both tree and cow, suckling Pharaohs and the dead.

Breast cancer was explored as well as the use of wet nurses.

And I didn’t leave out the men either, man boobs get looked at!

The most interesting thing I learned was the impact of breast feeding and I discuss this in my conclusion.

Get exclusive access to the dissertation I wrote for my Egyptology course at the University of Manchester, including the bibliography, so it’s easy for you to to delve deeper into the subject.

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Breasts : Sexy, Sacred or Secular
Breasts : Sexy, Sacred or Secular
My award winning dissertation from Manchester Certificate in Egyptology course. What were the attitudes the Ancient Egyptians had to the female breast? The most interesting thing I learned was the impact of breast feeding and I discuss this in my conclusion.
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There were so many interesting aspects, chapters cover the following topics under the three main headings

  • Sexy
    • Love Poetry
    • Turin Papyrus
    • Graffiti
    • Clothing
  • Sacred
    • Pre Dynastic “Dolls”
    • Pyramid Texts
    • Goddesses Breast Feeding Pharaoh
    • Isis and Horus (Isis Lactans)
    • Tausret
    • Cows
    • Tree Goddesses
    • Amulets
    • Mammisi
  • Secular
    • Anatomy
    • Lactational Amenorrhoea
    • Pregnancy Changes
    • Diseases of the Breast
    • Art
    • Two Dimensional Breast Shape
    • Three dimensional art
    • Ptotic Breasts
    • Women breast feeding
    • Masculine Mammaries
    • Mourners Beating Breasts
    • Wet Nurses
    • Milk Containers

You’ll also discover

Breasts, Sexy, Sacred or Secular by Jane Akshar

  • more in depth information about Egyptology in a specialised area
  • a great reading list to further your understanding
  • seventeen great illustrations
  • a template for your own research
  • an insight on how studying a recognised course challenges and improves your knowledge of Ancient Egypt

 

 

I am so confident you will be delighted with this dissertation, I am offering a full no-quibble, no-questions asked 100% money-back guarantee – so there’s no need to worry, if you’re not happy for any reason, I’ll give you your money back in full straight away… and you can keep the eBook as my gift to say sorry for any inconvenience caused.

Read what people have said

This was a really good read, so interesting and well illustrated. PF

I just completed my ‘read-through’ – kudos on a well-written and researched topic! RM

 Lovely to read, loved the examples! YB

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Breasts : Sexy, Sacred or Secular
Breasts : Sexy, Sacred or Secular
My award winning dissertation from Manchester Certificate in Egyptology course. What were the attitudes the Ancient Egyptians had to the female breast? The most interesting thing I learned was the impact of breast feeding and I discuss this in my conclusion.
Price: $4.57

Breasts is available direct from me.  Hard-copies  are available on Lulu.  You can also search your local Amazon, but please buy direct as I get a bigger percentage

This is a ‘fair trade’ product. By buying an e-book from me, you are contributing to the Egyptian economy. It enables us at Flats in Luxor to keep employing our staff during quiet months in the tourism calendar, which is a huge help to them and their extended families, especially at this time.

NB
A warning to all students everywhere, don’t copy this. You will be found out and done for plagiarism. They now have electronic checkers that go through all submissions and if they find a quote from someone else that is not acknowledged you are in big, big trouble. It is just not worth it and anyway part of the fun is finding out for yourself and broadening your own knowledge. Also if you are thinking about doing an e-book yourself, do what I did and check with your university what their rules on copyright are.

 

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