On 10/08/2019 02:00 PM, Chuck Jones wrote:
Open Access Journal: The Journal of Egyptological Studies (JES) [First posted in AWOL 12 October 2011, updated 8 October 2019]
The Journal of Egyptological Studies (JES)
The Journal of Egyptological Studies (JES) is published by the Bulgarian Institute of Egyptology. It is issued on an annual basis since September 2004. The JES is a result of the development and expansion of Egyptology in Bulgaria. It gives Egyptologists an opportunity to publish new original ideas, new approaches and data in connection with the language, literature, religion, archeology and history of the "place where our hearts live".
The Journal of Egyptological Studies is open to the international Egyptolgical society, but also aims to establish a bridge between Western schools of Egyptology and their colleagues from Eastern Europe. As a result of World War II and the political changes, which took place afterwards, part of the connections between scholars from different countries in Europe has been interrupted. Nowadays, for example, few Egyptologists abroad know about fundamental achievements of Russian scholars in the field of socio-economic, political and cultural history of Ancient Egypt. We want to cooperate in filling this gap, encouraging young scholars to contribute to the process of exchange of ideas and experience in our field.See the full List of Open Access Journals in Ancient StudiesSergei Ignatov. The Serpent who loves Egyptians in Middle Egyptian Literature, pp. 7-29. (download PDF)
Teodor Lekov. The Death of the Egyptian King, pp. 30-44. (download PDF)
Emil Buzov. The Relation between Wisdom texts and Biographical inscriptions in Ancient Egypt, pp.45-53. (download PDF)
Yordan Chobanov. Some notes on Peas. B1, 95–102, pp. 54-58. (download PDF)
Vessela Atanassova. Le culte divin au sein des institutions économiques à l'Ancien Empire, pp. 59-68. (download PDF)
Silviya Kremenska. Some notes on the decoration and location of images from private tombs in Theban necropolis in the time of XVIII Egyptian dynasty, pp. 69-78. (download PDF)
Konstantin Ivanov. Pr-Dw3t – The House of Morning Adoration, pp. 79-91. (download PDF)
Alicia Maravelia. Éléments Astronomiques et Cosmographiques dans les Aventures de Sinūhe: La Quête Éternelle de la Déesse Céleste et la Féminisation du Firmament, pp. 92-113. (download PDF)
Svetla Ilieva. Some Parallels between the Opening of the Mouth Ritual and the Indian Prana Pratistha, pp. 114-131. (download PDF)
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