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ERNST WENDLAND ERNST WENDLAND
Stellenbosch UniversityAncient Studies, Faculty Member

INTRODUCTORY HEBREW GRAMMAR by RL Harris

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Johannes                                            Preiser-Kapeller Johannes Preiser-Kapeller
Bookmarked by Ellen Morris

Harbours and Maritime Networks as Complex Adaptive Systems – a Thematic Introduction

published in: Harbours and Maritime Networks as Complex Adaptive Systems, ed. by Johannes Preiser-Kapeller​ and Falko Daim. Verlag des Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum​ 2015, 152 p. http://www.schnell-und-steiner.de/artikel_8560.ahtml?NKLN=12_RSA This paper provides an introduction into the concepts of complexity theory and of network analysis and their usage for the analysis of phenomena of maritime history. After an outline of characteristics of complex systems, the interplay between social and environmental factors for the selection, development, maintenance or abandonment of...

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Assaf Yasur-Landau Assaf Yasur-Landau
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Yasur-Landau, A. 2017. Non-scribal communication in the Southern Levant during the Middle and Late Bronze Ages. In: Jasink, A.M., Weingarten, J. and Ferrara, S. eds. Non-scribal Communication Media in the Bronze Age Aegean and Surrounding Areas (Periploi 9). Firenze: 207-220.

Abstract: In contrast to the cultures of Egypt, Syro-Mesopotamia and even the Aegean, the 2nd millennium BCE culture(s) of the southern Levant did not use script frequently.Cuneiform or Egyptian Hieroglyphs were never used for regular administrative purposes in the Canaanite palaces. The use of alphabet, although present from the beginning of the Middle Bronze Age, was exclusively limited to short inscription of personal commemoration. In this reality the non-scribal modes of communications had several interesting roles in sending messages of personal statements (of ownership?) as well as...

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Gregory Marouard Gregory Marouard
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Tell Edfu 2016 - OI Annual Report 2016-2017 - 158-167

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Khaled Hassan Khaled Hassan
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Kh. Hassan, New Literary Compositions of the scribe Amunnakhte son of Ipuy A study of Hieratic Ostracon in the Egyptian Museum of Cairo, SAK 46, 2017, p. 101-111, Pls. 7-8.

The present paper deals with an interesting Ramesside literary hieratic ostracon, HO. Cairo 425, 2 stored in the basement of the Egyptian museum in Cairo. Unfortunately its provenance is unknown, and the catalogues of the museum have no certain information concerning its exact find spot. Nevertheless, based on the Palaeography of the text and the scribe's signatures, i. e. Amunnakhte, on bothsides; this ostracon could safely came from Western Thebes e. g. Deir el-Medina or Valley of the Kings. Particularly, most of the administrative and literary compositions that...

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Michele R Buzon Michele R Buzon
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Strontium Isotope (87Sr/86Sr) Variability in the Nile Valley: Identifying Residential Mobility During Ancient Egyptian and Nubian Sociopolitical Changes in the New Kingdom and Napatan Periods (by Michele R. Buzon and Antonio Simonetti)

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Eugenia Loizou Eugenia Loizou
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Late Bronze Age Harbours in the Aegean. Towards another theoretical approach

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Ashkhen Zakharyan Ashkhen Zakharyan
Bookmarked by Kasia Szpakowska

Bibliography on Akhenaten and Nefertiti

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Pere Junyent Pere Junyent
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Oracles, Ancestor Cults and Letters to the Dead: The Involvement of the Dead in the Public and Private Family Affairs in Pharaonic Egypt

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Bas ter Haar Romeny Bas ter Haar Romeny
VU University AmsterdamFaculty of Arts, Faculty Member

Isaiah in Context: Studies in Honour of Arie van der Kooij on the Occasion of his Sixty-Fifth Birthday

The present volume contains a collection of essays on the Book of Isaiah offered as a tribute to Arie van der Kooij on the occasion of his sixty-fifth birthday, which coincides with his retirement as Professor of Old Testament at Leiden University. The twenty-four contributions, written by leading scholars in the field of Old Testament studies, focus on the Book of Isaiah within the context of Hebrew and ancient near-eastern writings, particularly those from the Neo-Assyrian period, as well as on the book's reception history , particularly in its Greek and Syriac translations. Together...

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