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Plünderung der Königsgräber des Neuen Reiches , Zeitschrift für Ägyptische
Author: Ian Shaw
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The Oxford Handbook of Egyptology offers a comprehensive survey of the entire study of ancient Egypt, from prehistory through to the end of the Roman period. Authoritative yet accessible, and covering a wide range of topics, it is an invaluable resource for scholars, students, and general readers alike.
Vol. 3: The Graffiti on the Khonsu Temple Roof at Karnak. A Manifestation of
Personal Piety, OIP 123 (Chicago). Jaritz, H. 1991. “Bauliches Bindeglied der
kultischen Beziehung zwischen Philae und Bigga,” MDAIK47, 179–86. Jasnow,
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Author: Eugene Cruz-Uribe
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This volume publishes 534 new Demotic graffiti recorded at the temple of Isis on Philae Island, presented with drawings and photographs. New editions of 101 of the graffiti that were published by F. Griffith in his Catalogue of the Demotic Papyri in the Dodecaschoenus (1937) are published here. These reedited texts were mainly chosen because new drawings provided significant new readings from those made by Griffith, or they helped elucidate the scope and meaning of some of the new graffiti by placement. The volume also includes an essay interpreting the role of the graffiti in understanding the political and religious activities at Philae temple during the last centuries of worship of the goddess Isis, mainly by Nubian priests and pilgrims.
54 ( očerný 19 vso 3/4 ) ; S. Sauneron , Catalogue des ostraca hiératiques non
littéraires de Deir El - Médineh ( N ... The graffiti on the Khonsu temple roof at
Karnak , A manifestation of personal piety , The temple of Khonsu Volume 3 , OIP
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Inscriptions at Karnak. Vol. 3: The Bubastite Portal. Chicago: University of
Chicago Press. ———. 1979. The Temple of Khonsu. Vol. 1: Scenes of King
Herihor in the ...
Author: Aidan Dodson
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During the half-millennium from the eleventh through the sixth centuries BC, the power and the glory of the imperial pharaohs of the New Kingdom crumbled in the face of internal crises and external pressures, ultimately reversed by invaders from Nubia and consolidated by natives of the Nile Delta following a series of Assyrian invasions. Much of this era remains obscure, with little consensus among Egyptologists. Against this background, Aidan Dodson reconsiders the evidence and proposes a number of new solutions to the problems of the period. He also considers the art, architecture, and archaeology of the period, including the royal tombs of Tanis, one of which yielded the intact burials of no fewer than five pharaohs. The book is extensively illustrated with images of this material, much of which is little known to non-specialists of the period. By the author of the bestselling Amarna Sunset and Poisoned Legacy.
... l'Egypte antique. Vol. 3, Kom Ombos, Vienna. Derchain, P. 1961. Zwei
Kapellen des Ptolemäus I Soter in Hildesheim. Hildesheim. ... Ramses III's
Temple within the Great Inclosure of Amon, part 1. Reliefs and ... The Temple of Khonsu, vol. 1.
Author: Gay Robins
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She also considers for the first time how, in general, the use of a grid system influenced composition as a whole. Numerous line drawings of paintings and reliefs with superimposed grids, either derived from actual grid traces surviving on monuments, or calculated according to the systems used by the Egyptians themselves, illustrate the text.
... Habu , vol . IV : Festival Scenes of Ramses III . ... 1979 The Temple of Khonsu ,
vol . I : Scenes of ... Chicago : The Oriental Institute . forthcoming Reliefs and
Inscriptions at Luxor Temple , vol . III . Chicago : The Oriental Institute . Gaballa ,
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This volume was dedicated to the memory of Klaus Baer, Professor in the Oriental Institute for over twenty years. The contributors are colleagues and/or students of Professor Baer, and their articles reflect Professor Baer's contributions to a variety of fields. Contents: Pronominal Rhematization ( J. P. Allen ); Abydos in the Old Kingdom and First Intermediate Period, Part II ( E. Brovarski ); A Model for the Political Structure of Ancient Egypt ( E. Cruz-Uribe ); The Giza Mastaba Niche and Full Frontal Figure of Redi-nes in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston ( P. Der Manuelian ); Ankhtifi and the Description of His Tomb at Mo'alla ( E. Doret ); Oriental Institute Ostracon 25346 (Ostracon Wilson 100) ( J. L. Foster ); The Hieratic Wooden Tablet Varille ( R. Jasnow ); 'Annuity Contracts' and Marriage ( J. H. Johnson ); Honorific Figures of Amenhotep III in the Luxor Temple Colonnade Hall ( W. R. Johnson ); Speculations Concerning Interconnections Between the Royal Policy and Reputation of Ramesses IV ( C. A. Keller ); Joseph Smith and Egyptology: An Early Episode in the History of American Speculation About Ancient Egypt, 1835-1844 ( J. A. Larson ); Some Remarks on the "Books of the Dead" Composed for the High Priests Pinedjem I and II ( L. H. Lesko ); Too Many High Priests? Once Again the Ptahmoses of Ancient Memphis ( W. J. Murnane ); The Gaming Episode in the "Tale of Setne Khamwas" as Religious Metaphor ( P. A. Piccione ); Denderite Temple Hierarchy and the Family of Theban High Priest Nebwenenef: Block Statue OIM 10729 ( R. K. Ritner ); The Practical Economics of Tomb-Building in the Old Kingdom: A Visit to the Necropolis in a Carrying Chair ( A. M. Roth ); The First Dynasty Egyptian Presence at 'En Besor in the Sinai ( A. R. Schulman ); The Title WR BZT in the Tomb Chapel of K..(J)-PW-R' ( D. P. Silverman ); Bronze Votive Offering Tables ( E. Teeter ); A Stela from Toulouse Re-examined ( C. C. Van Siclen III ); Security and the Problem of the City in the Naqada Period ( B. B. Williams ); The Egyptological Papers of Klaus Baer in the Oriental Institute Museum Archives ( T. G. Wilfong ).
There must have been a sanctuary within the temple in which a cult statue of Khonsu was flanked by two images of baboons ... in the next world.30 It is curious
that in the Book of the Dead the protection of flesh and bones is secured together
only in Spells 163 and 164 , the ... 1-3 , distinguishes between the two deities
usually recording personal fates , as opposed to determining them , specifically in
8 Rolf Gundlach , “ Das Königtum des Herihor : Zum Umbruch in der ägyptischen
Königsideologie am Beginn der 3 . Zwischenzeit , " in Aspekte ... 3 , 4 The
Epigraphic Survey , The Temple of Khonsu , vol . I , Scenes of King Herihor in the
Author: James P. Allen
Publisher: Los Angeles County Museum
A volume of essays designed to accompany the catalogue of the same title. It aims to place the achievements of American Egyptologists into a broader context, with essays on 10 successive periods of Egyptian and Nubian cultural history, from the Pre-Dynastic era to Roman times.
Author: American Research Center in EgyptPublish On: 2007
... Jacquet-Gordon, Temple of Khonsu, Vol III (Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns,
2004) N. Kanawati, Tomb and Beyond: Burial Customs (Oxford: Aris and Phillips,
2001) N. Kanawati, Teti Cemetery at Saqqara 7 (Oxford: Aris and Phillips, 2001)
The Temple of Khonsu , Volume 1 : Scenes of King Herihor in the Court .
Epigraphic Survey . OriKheruef Khonsu 1 MH 1 MH 2 MH4 PM 7 Ranke , PN 1
Ranke , PN 2 Medinet Habu , Volume 1 : Earlier Historical Records of Ramses III .
Author: John Coleman Darnell
Publisher: Oriental Inst Publications Sales
This volume publishes forty-five inscriptions from Gebel Tjauti and forty-five inscriptions from Wadi el-Hol, two major concentrations of rock inscriptions and rock art on pharaonic caravan routes of the Egyptian Western Desert. The inscriptions range in date from predynastic to Christian times. Inscriptions of particular interest in this first volume include those from Gebel Tjauti: a Naqada IID/IIIA tableau revealing important new information concerning the unification of Upper Egypt and the founding of Dynasty 0; a road construction inscription of the Coptite nomarch Tjauti providing evidence for the beginnings of the northern expansion of the Theban realm during the middle Eleventh Dynasty; the depiction of a Nubian ranger; and Coptic cryptography; and from the Wadi el-Hol: epigraphic evidence for the use of the Farshut Road for transport of supplies to the temple of Amun during the New Kingdom; a new Middle Egyptian literary inscription; a rock-cut letter that contributes to our understanding of the history of the textual variants of the Story of Sinuhe; and an inscription recounting desert celebrations in honour of the goddess Hathor. The inscriptions are published as photographs and facsimile drawings, with hieroglyphic transcriptions, translations, commentaries, and glossary.
230 Le temple de Dandour , III : Planches photographiques et indices , ( von ) F.
Ibrahim - Ch . Leblanc . Lose Blätter : 87 Tf . , 25 pp . Ibid . '75 ( sic ) . 231 The Temple of Khonsu - Volume 2. Plates 111-207 . Scenes and Inscriptions in the ...
Vol . 3 : Decans , Planets , Constellations , and Zodiacs . With Otto Neugebauer .
Brown Egyptological Studies , no . 6 . Providence : Brown University Press , 1969
. ... Providence : Brown University Press , 1979 . The Temple of Khonsu , Vol .
Forthcoming from The David Brown Book Company First Civilizations : Ancient
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Chicago : The Oriental Institute , 1980 The Temple of Khonsu , Volume I : Scenes
of King Herihor in the Court . The Epigraphic ... Oxford : B . H . Blackwell , 1979
Ramesside Inscriptions : Historical and Biographical , Volume III . K . A . Kitchen .
Author: Emily Teeter
Publisher: Oriental Inst Publications Sales
This work studies the relationship between the king and Maat, the personification of "truth," as documented in reliefs of the New Kingdom and Third Intermediate Period. It includes a detailed study of the chronology, iconography, and theology of the ritual of offering Maat and the royal name equated with Maat. Central to the volume is an investigation of the construction of, and variations in, the offering formulas and what modifications in those texts reflect about the status of the king and about the relevance of Maat to ethics in the Ramesside period.
Khnumbaef , see Babaef Khonsu , temple of ( Karnak ) This temple dedicated to
Khonsu , ' Opposite of the Sun ' ( i.e. the moon ) , is closely ... This well -
preserved building was started in the reign of Ramesses III and completed by
Ramesses IV , Ramesses XI and Herihor . ... Bibliography : Architecturally
unexplored , publication expected : Françoise Laroche - Traunecker , The Temple of Khonsu , Vol . 3 ...
Author: Dieter Arnold
Publisher: I. B. Tauris
Category: Architecture, Ancient
With more than 600 entries and 350 plans, diagrams and photographs and maps, this guide provides a comprehensive introduction to ancient Egyptian monuments that is an essential companion for every visitor to the ancient sites along the Nile.