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Studien zur Altägyptischen Kultur Bd. 46 (2017)


Herausgegeben von Jochem Kahl und Nicole Kloth
Studien zur Altägyptischen Kultur (SAK) 46. 2017. Unverändertes eBook der 1. Aufl. von 2017. VI, 305 Seiten + 26 vierfarbige Tafeln
978-3-87548-946-0. E-Book
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  • | Kapitel kaufen Cover1
  • | Kapitel kaufen InhaltsverzeichnisV
  • | Kapitel kaufen Johannes Auenmüller: Ein Beitrag zur regionalen Prosopografie des Neuen Reiches (II): Das Relief eines Oberrindervorstehers aus Tuna el-Gebel?1
  • | Kapitel kaufen Lucas Baqué-Manzano: Thoth in PT [218] 163d and PT [219] 175a: From the Shadows of Power15
  • | Kapitel kaufen Mahmoud A. Emam / Ehab Abd el-Zaher: Two New Fragments of Ramesses II from the Temple of Behbeit el-Hagar33
  • | Kapitel kaufen Amr Gaber: A Guardian Snake Deity Called Heneb Revealed39
  • | Kapitel kaufen Alina Grams: Der Gefahrenkatalog in den Oracular Amuletic Decrees55
  • | Kapitel kaufen Khaled Hassan: New Literary Compositions of the scribe Amunnakhte son of Ipuy. A study of Hieratic Ostracon in the Egyptian Museum of Cairo101
  • | Kapitel kaufen Jochem Kahl / Ahmed Alansary / Ursula Verhoeven / Tina Beck / Ewa Czyżewska-Zalewska / Eva Gervers / Andrea Kilian: The Asyut Project: Twelfth Season of Fieldwork (2016)113
  • | Kapitel kaufen Antonio J. Morales / Rawda Abd El-Hady / Kelly Accetta / Sergio Alarcón / Teresa Bardají / Flavio Celis / Ernesto Echevarría / Sebastian Falk / Mohamed Hussein / Salima Ikram / Jónatan Ortiz / Mohamed Osman / Ana Sáez / Raúl Sánchez / Dina Serova / Hazem Shared / Kei Yamamoto / Eman H. Zidan: The Middle Kingdom Theban Project: Preliminary report on the University of Alcalá Expedition to Deir el-Bahari, Third Season (2017)153
  • | Kapitel kaufen Martin Odler / Marie Peterková Hlouchová: “May you receive that favourite harpoon of yours...” Old Kingdom spears/harpoons and their contexts of use191
  • | Kapitel kaufen Anastasiia Stupko-Lubczyńska: Reading the Offering Procession in the Chapel of Hatshepsut at Deir el-Bahari223
  • | Kapitel kaufen Toon Sykora: Real or fake? An evaluation of the pre-funerary function of ancient Egyptian chordophones247
  • | Kapitel kaufen Mykola Tarasenko / Mladen Tomorad: The Shabtis from the Museum of Oriental Civilizations in Zolochiv Castle, Ukraine257
  • | Kapitel kaufen Filip Taterka: Were Ancient Egyptian Kings Literate?267
  • | Kapitel kaufen Elena Tiribilli: The pehu Hp (Sn) of the Western Harpoon nome: physical geography vs. sacred geography285
  • | Kapitel kaufen Anschriften der Autorinnen und Autoren301
  • | Kapitel kaufen Tafeln 1-26* 1

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Inhalt:
Johannes Auenmüller: Ein Beitrag zur regionalen Prosopografie des Neuen Reiches (II): Das Relief eines Oberrindervorstehers aus Tuna el-Gebel?
Lucas Baqué-Manzano: Thoth in PT [218] 163d and PT [219] 175a: From the Shadows of Power.
Mahmoud Emam / Ehab Abd el-Zaher: Two New Fragments of Ramesses II from the Temple of Behbeit el-Hagar.
Amr Gaber: A Guardian Snake Deity Called Heneb Revealed.
Alina Grams: Der Gefahrenkatalog in den Oracular Amuletic Decrees.
Khaled Hassan: New Literary Compositions of the scribe Amunnakhte son of Ipuy. A study of Hieratic Ostracon in the Egyptian Museum of Cairo.
Jochem Kahl / Ahmed Alansary / Ursula Verhoeven / Tina Beck / Ewa Czyzewska-Zalewska / Andrea Kilian: The Asyut Project: Twelfth Season of Fieldwork (2016)
Antonio J. Morales / Rawda Abd El-Hady / Kelly Accetta / Sergio Alarcón / Teresa Bardají / Flavio Celis / Ernesto Echevarría / Sebastian Falk / Mohamed Hussein / Salima Ikram / Jónatan Ortiz / Mohamed Osman / Ana Sáez / Raúl Sánchez / Dina Serova / Hazem Shared / Kei Yamamoto / Eman H. Zidan: The Middle Kingdom Theban Project: Preliminary report on the University of Alcalá Expedition to Deir el-Bahari, Third Season (2017)
Martin Odler / Marie Peterková Hlouchová: Harpoons in the ritual context of the Old Kingdom.
Anastasiia Stupko-Lubczynska: Reading the Offering Procession in the Chapel of Hatshepsut at Deir el-Bahari
Toon Sykora: Real or fake? An evaluation of the pre-funerary function of ancient Egyptian chordophones.
Mykola Tarasenko / Mladen Tomorad: The Shabtis from the Museum of Oriental Civilizations in Zolochiv Castle, Ukraine.
Filip Taterka: Were Ancient Egyptian Kings Literate?
Elena Tiribilli: The pehu Hp (sn) of the Western Harpoon nome: physical geography vs. sacred geography.