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Aidan Dodson Aidan Dodson
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On the burials and reburials of Ahmose I and Amenhotep I

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Juan Carlos Moreno                                            Garcia Juan Carlos Moreno Garcia
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"Village". In: Elizabeth Frood, Willeke Wendrich (ed.), UCLA Encyclopedia of Egyptology, UCLA, Los Angeles, 2011.

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Uroš Matić Uroš Matić
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Matić, Uroš. 2017. Enemies hanged upside (head-) down. In M. Tomorad and J. Popielska-Grzybowska (eds.) Egypt 2015: Perspectives of Research Proceedings of the Seventh European Conference of Egyptologists 2nd-7th June 2015, Zagreb, Croatia. Oxford: Archaeopess

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Martin Andreas Stadler Martin Andreas Stadler
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'Thoth', in: J. Dieleman and W. Wendrich (eds), UCLA Encyclopedia of Egyptology: Open version, http://escholarship.org/uc/nelc_uee, 1st ed. (Los Angeles CA, 2012).

The Egyptian god Thoth is best known as a god of writing and wisdom, a lunar deity, and vizier of the gods, but was also a cosmic deity, creator god, and warrior. Being one of the oldest deities of the Egyptian pantheon, he is attested in many sources from the earliest periods of Egyptian history up to the Roman Period. The etymology of his name remains unexplained, possibly due to the name's antiquity. Perhaps it is his age as a divine figure that led to a rather confusing mythology with a series of contradicting traditions concerning his descent and his reputation as a benevolent versus...

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Helmut Brandl Helmut Brandl
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L'autoreprésentation des élites à l'Époque Libyenne: Statues privées égyptiennes entre le Nouvel Empire et l'Époche Tardive. In LA TROISIÈME PÉRIODE INTERMÉDIAIRE - ART ET ARCHÉOLOGIE. ÉGYPTE AFRIQUE & ORIENT N° 81, Mars - Avril - Mai 2016, pp. 11-20.

The stylistic development of TIP private sculpture made of stone, bronze, wood, and (glassy) faience. Overview.

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Guy D. Middleton Guy D. Middleton
Bookmarked by Miroslav Barta

That old devil called collapse

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Guy D. Middleton Guy D. Middleton
Bookmarked by Miroslav Barta

'Reading the thirteenth century BC in Greece: Crisis, decline, or business as usual?' In Cunningham, T. and Driessen, J. (eds.). Crisis to Collapse: The Archaeology of Social Breakdown. Aegis 11. Louvain: Louvain University Press, pp. 87-97 (2017).

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William Vivian Davies
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The Inscriptions of Senwosret III at the Dal Cataract

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freud liora
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Tel Malhata A Central City in the Biblical Negev. Beit-Arieh Itzhaq and Freud Liora

This report presents the results of nine seasons of excavations at Tel Malhata located in the Arad-Beer-sheba valley, Israel. Six Strata were exposed, ranging from the Middle Bronze Age to the Byzantine period. The flourishing settlement activity that occurred during the 7th century BCE in the Arad-Beer-sheba Vally is well reflected in Stratum IIIA at Tel Malhata. The finds are richer and more varied than at other settlement sites of this period excavated in the valley, and present clear evidence attesting to the commercial activities and the special status of Tel Malhata in the economy...

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Santino Alessandro Cugno Santino Alessandro Cugno
Università di Enna UnikoreStudi letterari e beni culturali, Faculty Member

Ipogeo ebraico Cugno Case Vecchie - Jewish symbols in the late roman hypogeum of contrada Cugno Case Vecchie, Noto (Siracusa, Sicily) - book excerpt

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