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Miroslav Barta Miroslav Barta
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Journey to the West The world of the Old Kingdom tombs in Ancient Egypt. Prague 2012

This book is intended as a commented summary of some of the major trends and most important features that can be encountered when analysing ancient Egyptian society of the Old Kingdom. We have to bear in mind that around 3000 BCE one of the first centralised states in our recorded history rose, and the Old Kingdom represents certainly one of its apogees. Moreover, there is hardly any comparable society that left behind such a wealth of archaeological and literary evidence, a welcome companion for our journey back in time. The goal for writing this book was to outline general trends in the...

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Ellen Morris Ellen Morris
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Paddle dolls and performance in ancient Egypt.

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Christopher Naunton Christopher Naunton
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Regime Change and The Administration of Thebes During The Twenty-fifth Dynasty FULL VERSION

In the mid-Eighth Century BC Egypt was conquered by the kings Kush, based at Napata in Sudan, who then ruled the country for several decades to 664. This study assesses the nature and extent of the impact of the Twenty-fifth dynasty kings on the existing administrative and governmental structures of Thebes as reflected in the prosopographical record. This evidence forms the basis of an assessment of the role of the Vizier, Theban Governor, Chief Priest of Amun, God's Wife of Amun and other key individuals, their relationships with each other and with the ruling kings. The evidence suggests...

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Les archers nubiens rebandent leurs arcs. BIA 48 (juillet-décembre 2013)

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Nehemesbastet, comme ça vous chante. BIA 45 (janvier-juin 2012)

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Institut Français d'Archéologie OrientaleChronique archéologique, Department Member

Barque funéraire, Abû Rawwâsh -Ière dynastie. BIA 46 (juillet-décembre 2012)

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Institut Français d'Archéologie OrientaleChronique archéologique, Department Member

Musée d'Art islamique. Nouvelle exposition: voiture piégée. BIA 49 (janvier-juin 2014)

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Institut Français d'Archéologie OrientaleChronique archéologique, Department Member

Sekhemka à l'encan. BIA 50 (juillet-décembre 2014)

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Emad                                          Adly Emad Adly
Institut Français d'Archéologie OrientaleChronique archéologique, Department Member

Et le chaos fut... BIA 43 (janvier-juin 2011)

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Emad                                          Adly Emad Adly
Institut Français d'Archéologie OrientaleChronique archéologique, Department Member

BIA 47 (janvier-juin 2013)

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