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Royal ideology constitutes one of the key topics that had an enormous impact on all aspects of ancient Egyptian culture. Therefore, it is not surprising that in the series of conferences Tagung zur Königsideologie meetings have regularly been organized since 1995 to bring together scholars working on various aspects of this topic. The 8th session took place in Budapest in May 2016 focusing on “Prestige, Reputation and the Perception of Power in Egyptian Kingship”. Tamás A. Bács, The Pride of the Ramessides: a Note on a Late Ramesside King-List Horst Beinlich, Der Herrschaftsbereich als Prestige-Objekt Monika Dolinska, Birds and Felines in Royal Iconography Elizabeth Eltze, The Creation of Royal Identity and Ideology through Self-Adornment: The Jewels of Ancient Napata and Meroë Christopher Eyre, Calculated Frightfulness and the Display of Violence Shih-Wei Hsu, Images of the Pharao Jiří Janák and Filip Coppens, The Near and the Distant King. Two Oppositions in the Concept of Divine Authority of the Egyptian King Dieter Kurth, The wnn-Formula in the Ritual Scenes of the Late Temples and the Presence of the King Ewa Laskowska-Kusztal, The “Centre for Development” of the Royal Authority in Kalabsha Ulrich Luft, The Gate of Power Massimiliano Nuzzolo, Human and Divine: the Royal Paradigm in Fifth Dynasty Egypt Christine Raedler, Creating Authority – The High Priest of Osiris Wenennefer and a Special Kind of Deification of Ramesses II Anthony Spalinger, Ramesses III at Medinet Habu: Sensory Models Carola Vogel, From Power to Reputation and Vice Versa: The Relationship between Thutmosis III and Senuseret III Reconsidered