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Forthcoming TITLES

 

Mohamed Osman Abdollah

Trade centers and Trade routes in Upper Egypt,
during the Old and Middle Kingdoms

290 pages, richly illustrated, A4, paperback

GHP Egyptology 36

(August 2022)

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Ripple in still water when there is no pebble tossed
Festschrift in Honour of Cary J. Martin (GHP Egyptology 34)
edited by
Adrienn Almásy-Martin, Michel Chauveau
Koen Donker van Heel, Kim Ryholt

about 300 pages

ISBN 978-1-906137-76-2

(winter 2021/2022)

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Markus Wallas

Menschenköpfige Herzskarabäen im Kontext. Archäologie, Philologie und Kulturgeschichte

(Internet-Beiträge zur Ägyptologie und Sudanarchäologie 25)

about 280 pages, A5, paperback

Heart scarabs are inscribed with spell 30B from the Book of the Dead and are usually depicted with a beetle head, but a very small number of such amulets show the scarab with a human face or head.
One of these extraordinary objects was found during recent excavations in Zawyet Sultan, Middle Egypt.
Based on the analysis and discussion of this newly excavated object, this publication will shed new light on the context of human faced heart scarabs from a philological, archaeological and historico-cultural perspective (German text).

(spring 2022)

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Gunnar Sperveslage
(ed.), Early Egyptian MiscellaniesDiscussions and Essays on Predynastic and Early Dynastic Egypt

(Internet-Beiträge zur Ägyptologie und Sudanarchäologie 26)

 

This book collects papers from various authors on Predynastic and Early Dynastic Egypt, covering archaeology, iconography, philology, lexicography, history, and history of research. The contributions provide insight into current research and offer new theories and observations on specific objects and aspects. This includes for instance neglected details of well-known objects, detailed discussion of forgotten objects, new interpretations of inscriptions, and analysis of hieroglyphic signs and their functions. (Contributions in English and German)

ISBN 978-1-906137-78-6

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Gianluca Miniaci, Wolfram Grajetzki (eds)

The World of the Middle Kingdom III

(Middle Kingdom Studies 12)

about 15 essays on the Middle Kingdom

about 350 pages, colour plates

ISBN 978-1-906137-74-8

(Summer 2022)

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Claudia Näser

Der Alltag des Todes.

Funeräre Praktiken in Deir el-Medine im Neuen Reich

GHP Egyptology 35

about 600 pages

(autumn 2022)


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