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Swimmers in the Sand. On the Neolithic Origins of Ancient Egyptian Mythology and Symbolism

by Miroslav Barta | Bookmarked by Kasia Szpakowska

Swimmers in the Sand. On the Neolithic Origins of Ancient Egyptian Mythology and Symbolism • Hardcover: 112 pages • Publisher: Dryada (April 23, 2010) • Language: English • ISBN-10: 8087025261 • ISBN-13: 978-8087025260 • Product Dimensions: 10.7 x 9.9 x 0.8 inches Author: Miroslav Bárta, photographs Martin Frouz The book is printed on a certified FSC paper Distribution: www.amazon.com The origins of ancient Egyptian civilisation have been attracting the attention of archaeologist ever since the beginnings of Egyptology more than 200 years ago. This book presents a...


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The Society for the                        Study of

JSSEA vol 39 Table of Contents

by The Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities


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Elizabeth

The Fall of the Muslim Brotherhood: Implications for Egypt

by Elizabeth Monier | Bookmarked by Mariam Ayad

This article sets out the factors underlying the fall of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and argues that domestic and regional factors were interwoven in this failure. We suggest that this failure was due to the climate created by the 2011 uprising that enhanced the focus on Egyptian national interests rather than transnational ideologies but was also due to the Muslim Brotherhood's inability to fully or convincingly employ its vision for Egypt and the Middle East, which was crucial in order to meet the heightened demands of the post-2011 uprising Egyptian public. Consequently, the...


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Claus

From the Libyan Dynasties to the Kushites in Memphis, in: Broekman et al. (eds.), The Libyan Period in Egypt, EU 23, 2009

by Claus Jurman | Bookmarked by Mariam Ayad


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Teodozja

"Beer jars" with Ashes from Saqqara. Preliminary Report

by Teodozja Rzeuska | Bookmarked by Marsia Bealby


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Teodozja

Egyptian pots from El-Gamamiya

by Teodozja Rzeuska | Bookmarked by Marsia Bealby


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Claus

The Trappings of Kingship. Remarks about Archaism, Rituals and Cultural Polyglossia in Saite Egypt, in: Győry (ed.), Aegyptus et Pannonia IV, Budapest 2010

by Claus Jurman | Bookmarked by Mariam Ayad


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Eric Levi

Why did Hannah Arendt Reject the Partition of Palestine?

by Eric Levi Jacobson

ERIC JACOBSON JOURNAL FOR CULTURAL RESEARCH, 2013


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Eric Levi

Walter Benjamin, Notes to a Study of the Category of Justice [1916], translation by Eric Jacobson, with the German original, Notizen zu einer Arbeit über die Kategorie der Gerechtigkeit [1916]

by Eric Levi Jacobson

a short text on the concept of justice by Walter Benjamin. The text was preserved by Gershom Scholem on 8 October 2016, the same method by which most of Benjamin's early writings have reached us. However, this piece somehow remained undetected by the editors of the Gesammelte Schriften. It first appeared in German and English in Metaphysics of the Profane, New York: Columbia University Press, 2003, pp. 166-169, with permission of the German publishers Suhrkamp Verlag. It is presented here with a typographical error corrected.


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Gary

From Knots to Narratives: Reconstructing the Art of Historical Record Keeping in the Andes from Spanish Transcriptions of Inka khipus.

by Gary Urton


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