Egypt, Israel, and the Ancient Mediterranean World: Studies in Honor of Donald B. Redford

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PROBLEME DER ÄGYPTOLOGIE

The Probleme der Ägyptobgie, founded in 1953 by Hermann Kees, are concerned with the religion, literature, history – political, social and economic – and language of ancient Egypt, both pharaonic, Ptolemaic and Roman, including manifestations abroad and in later times. The series accepts all serious methodological approaches.

1 Kees, H. Das Priestertum im ägyptischen Staat vom Neuen Reich bis zur Spätzeit. Indices und Nachtäge. 1958. ISBN 90 04 06231 9 Out of print

2 Otto, E. Die biographischen Inschriften der ägyptischen Spätzeit. Ihre geistesgeschichtliche und literarische Bedeutung. 1954. ISBN 90 04 01780 1 Out of print

3 Helck, W. Zur Verwaltungdes Mittleren und Neuen Reichs. Register. Zum 60. Geburtstag des Verfassers zusammengestellt von den Mitarbeitern der Ägyptologischen Abteilung an der Universität Hamburg. 1975. ISBN 90 04 04362 4 Out of print

4 Kees, H. Die Hohenpriester des Amun von Karnak von Herihor bis zum Ende der Äthiopenzeit. 1964. ISBN 90 04 01782 8 Out of print

5 Stadelmann, R. Syrisch-palästinensische Gottheiten in Ägypten. 1967. ISBN 90 04 01783 6 Out of print

6 Velde, H. te. Seth, god of confusion. A study of his role in Egyptian mythobgy and religion. Reprint with corn of the lst(1967)ed. 1977. ISBN 90 04 05402 2 Out of print

7 Guglielmi, W. Die Göttin Mr.t. Entstehungund Verehrung einer Personifikation. 1991.ISBN90 04 08814 8

8 Bonneau, D. Le régime administratif de I'eau du Nil dans I'Égypte grecque, romaine et by zantine. 1993. ISBN 90 04 09687 6

9 O'Connor, D. & D.P. Silverman (eds.). Ancient Egyptian Kingship. 1995. ISBN 90 04 10041 5

10 Loprieno, A. (ed.). Ancient Egyptian Literature. History and Forms. 1996. ISBN 90 04 09925 5

11 Hasel, M.G. Domination and Resistance: Egyptian Military Activity in the Southern Levant, 1300–1185 BC. 1998. ISBN 90 04 10984 6

12 Doxey, D.M. Egyptian Non-Royal Epithets in the Middle Kingdom. A Social and Historical Analysis. 1998. ISBN 90 04 11077 1

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