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Wolfram Grajetzki (born 1950 in Berlin) is a German Egyptologist. He performed excavations in Egypt, but also in Pakistan. He published articles and several books on the Egyptian Middle Kingdom, on administration, burial customs and queens.
- Burial Customs in Ancient Egypt: Life in Death for Rich and Poor Duckworth Egyptology, London 2003 ISBN 978-0715632178
- Ancient Egyptian Queens: A hieroglyphic Dictionary, Golden House Publications, London 2005, ISBN 978-0954721893
- The Middle Kingdom of Ancient Egypt: History,Archaeology and Society, Duckworth Egyptology, London 2006, ISBN 978-0715634356
- Court Officials of the Egyptian Middle Kingdom, Duckworth Egyptology, London 2006, ISBN 978-0715637456