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

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DONALD BRUCE REDFORD - BIBLIOGRAPHY

Prepared by Susan Redford


1959

—“Some Observations on Amarna Chronology,“Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 45:34–37.


1963

—“The Pronunciation of pr in Late Toponyms,“Journal of Near Eastern Studies 22:119–22.

—“The Identity of the High Priest of Amun at the Beginning of Akhenaten's Reign,“Journal of the American Oriental Society 83:24041.

—“Exodus 1:11,“Vetus Testamentum 13: 401–18.


1965

—“The Co-regency of Thutmosis III and Amenophis II,“Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 51:107–22.

—“The Land of the Hebrews' in Gen XL 15,“Vetus Testamentum 15: 529–32.


1966

—“On the Chronology of the Egyptian 18th Dynasty,“Journal of Near Eastern Studies 25: 113–24.

A Study of the Chronology of the Eighteenth Dynasty. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Toronto. Dissertation Abstracts (Ann Arbor, Mich.) 27, no. 6:1742-A.


1967

— “The Literary Motif of the Exposed Child,“Numen 14:209–28.

—Review of The Chronology of the Amarna Letters, by E. F. Campbell, Journal of the American Oriental Society 87:650–53.

—“The Father of Khnumhotpe II of Beni Hassan,“Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 53:158–59.

History and Chronology of the Eighteenth Dynasty of Egypt: Seven Studies. Near and Middle East Series 3. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

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