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Miroslav Barta Miroslav Barta
Bookmarked by Peter Manuelian

Bárta, M. 2003. Sinuhe, the Bible and the Patriarchs. Prague: Set Out.

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Miroslav Barta Miroslav Barta
Bookmarked by Peter Manuelian

Bárta, M., Rehla Ela Al-Khlud, Makaber Al-Afrad Fe Al-Dawla Al-Kadima. Journey to immortality, the tombs of the officials in the Old Kingdom , Prague 2013

A book in Arabic on the history of Ancient Egypt during the Predynastic and Old Kingdom period, featuring also chapters dedicated to Ancient Egyptian Economy, religion, administration or history of Egyptian Egyptology (chapter compiled by M. Megahed).

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Dylan Bickerstaffe Dylan Bickerstaffe
Bookmarked by Carlos Borrico

I'm Not Pentewere Screams Unknown Man E.doc

The placement of the mummy Unknown Man E on display at the Egyptian Museum, Cairo ,has been accompanied by press coverage based on the idea that he was the conspirator prince, Pentewere. Here that identification is questioned, and a number of errors in the press coverage corrected.

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Leila Salem Leila Salem
Bookmarked by Ellen Morris

The first known Egyptian Physician/Dentist: Artefacts in the Museum of La Plata

In La Plata Museum there are three casts that have representations and inscriptions of Hesyra who lived in times of King Djoser (2686-2613 BC) and correspond to three wooden panels, finely made, found together with others in this official's tomb in Saqqara. In the Cairo Museum, they are currently classified with the reference number CG 1426, CG1427 and CG1428. Hesyra carries the name of head of dentists and physicians in one of the casts (CG 1426) that is located today in the Museum of La Plata. The texts in hieroglyphics accompanying the image record for the first time the existence of...

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Fredrik Hagen
Bookmarked by Ellen Morris

"Archives in Ancient Egypt, 2500-1000 BCE"

The article gathers and describes the evidence relating to archives in ancient Egypt in the period c. 2500–1000 BCE, and discusses its importance for our understanding of archival practices and functions. The material, which consists primarily of papyri, ostraca and, in some extraordinary cases, of clay tablets, is invariably fragmentary, widely distributed both chronologically and geographically, and in many cases largely unpublished. The article provides a convenient overview of the contents of the surviving archives with a notable focus on types of documents and their uses, as...

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Elena Devecchi Elena Devecchi
Bookmarked by Nicolas Grimal

Trattati internazionali ittiti, Brescia 2015

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Daniel Selden Daniel Selden
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Alexander in the Indies

Close reading of the Greek and Roman histories of Alexander's campaign in India.

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Karel C Innemée Karel C Innemée
Bookmarked by Ellen Morris

The Paradox of Monasticism, the Transformation of Ascetic Ideals from the Fourth to the Seventh Century in Nelly van Doorn-Harder (ed.), Copts in Context, Negotiating Identity, Tradition, Modernity, Culumbia SC, 2017, 194-204

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haider almamori haider almamori
Bookmarked by Ellen Morris

THE EARLY DYNASTIC MONUMENTAL BUILDINGS AT UMM AL-AQARIB

This a article related to my excavations at the Umm al-Aqarib site, here you will find monumental buildings, including houses, a palace and two huge temples these all dated back to the ED period. I hope you will enjoying reading it, and please if you have some questions and notes, I will be so happy to Hear from you.

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Rizq George Rizq George
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Recent Excavations at Protodynastic and Early Dynastic sites in the Sharqiyyah Province

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