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Haas: Alexandria in Late Antiquity: Topography And Social Conflict. Paperback

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  • Alexandria in Late Antiquity: Topography And Social Conflict. Paperback.
  • by Christopher Haas
  • xvi, 495 pages, with 26 illustrations. 2006

Habachi: Features of the Deification of Ramesses II. Paperback

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  • Features of the Deification of Ramesses II
  • Labib Habachi 1969. Broschiert, 70 Seiten, 19 Tafeln mit 30 Abb. Ca. 15x21 cm.
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Habachi: Tell el-Dab'a 1 / Tell el-Daba 1: Tell el-Dab´a and Qantir. The Site and its Connection with Avaris and Piramesse. Broschiert. Not Euro 154.= but only

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  • Tell el-Daba 01: Tell el-Dab´a and Qantir. The Site and its Connection with Avaris and Piramesse. Broschiert. 30,5x23,5 cm
  • Labib Habachi. Aus dem Nachlass herausgegeben von Eva-Maria Engel unter der Mitarbeit von Peter Janosi und Christa Mlinar
  • 208 Seiten Text, 60 Seiten Tafeln, 8 Faltpläne. 2001. see also Bietak, Czerny, Fuscaldo

Habachi: Unsterblichen Obelisken Ägyptens. Gebunden A4

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  • Unsterblichen Obelisken Ägyptens. Gebunden. ca. 20x30 cm
  • Labib Habachi, überarbeitete und erweiterte Neuauflage von Carol Vogel
  • 121 Seiten, 84 Farbigen und 26 schwarz-weiss Abbildungen, 34 Strichabbildungen

Habicht: Nofretete und Echnaton. Das Geheimnis der Amarna-Mumien. Hardcover

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  • Nofretete und Echnaton. Das Geheimnis der Amarna-Mumien.
  • Michael E. Habicht 2011
  • 271 S. m. 19 Abb., 16 farb. Fototaf. 22 cm. Gebunden
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Hagen: Ägyptische Kunst. Kartoniert

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  • Ägyptische Kunst. Kartoniert
  • Rainer und Rose-Marie Hagen
  • 94 Seiten, Farbabbildungen. In deutscher Sprache. 2007. The present volume introduces a series of masterpieces, ranging from the Old Kingdom, or the 3rd millennium B.C., to the Late Period in the 9th century B.C. Sculptures, reliefs, sarcophagi, murals, masks, and decorative items.

Halbertsma: Scholars, Travellers and Trade. The Pioneer Years of the National Museum of Antiquities in Leiden, 1818-1840. Paperback

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  • Scholars, Travellers and Trade. The Pioneer Years of the National Museum of Antiquities in Leiden, 1818-1840.
  • RB Halbertsma 2012
  • Paperback, 200 pages, 234 x 156 mm
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Halioua: Medicine In The Days Of The Pharaohs. Hardcover

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  • Medicine In The Days Of The Pharaohs. Hardcover
  • by Bruno Halioua, Bernard Ziskind, and M. B. Debevoise, (translation) x, 276 pages. 2005

Hall: Hellenicity. Between Ethnicity and Culture. New edition. Paperback

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  • Hellenicity. Between Ethnicity and Culture. New edition. Paperback
  • Jonathan M. Hall
  • 336 pages, 5 maps, 6 line drawings. 2005. Hall explores questions of ethnic and national identity in the context of ancient Greece in Hellenicity, drawing on an exceptionally wide range of evidence to determine when, how, why, and to what extent the Greeks conceived themselves as a single people.

Hamblin: Warfare in the Ancient Near East to 1600 BC: Holy Warriors at the Dawn of History. Paperback

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  • Warfare in the Ancient Near East to 1600 BC: Holy Warriors at the Dawn of History.
  • William J. Hamblin
  • 544 pages, 16 illustrations. 2006. A groundbreaking and fascinating study of ancient near Eastern military history from the Neolithic era to the middle Bronze Ages. Drawing on an extensive range of textual, artistic and archaeological data, Hamblin synthesizes current knowledge and offers a detailed analysis of the military technology, ideology and practices of Near Eastern warfare.

Hancock: Fingerprints of the Gods : The Quest Continues. pb

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  • Fingerprints of the Gods : The Quest Continues.
  • G. Hancock
  • Pb., 768 pages, 16pp colour halftones, 32pp b&w halftones, b&w line illustrations, index, appendices, 234 x 153 mm. 2001
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Hancock: The Sign and the Seal: This is an account of the last 3000 years of history, and a quest for the Lost Ark of the Covenant.. Paperback

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  • Sign and the Seal. This is an account of the last 3000 years of history, and a quest for the Lost Ark of the Covenant. Paperback
  • by Graham Hancock
  • 608 pages, with 32 illustrations. 2001

Hankey: A Passion for Egypt. A Biography of Arthur Weigall. Cloth

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  • Passion for Egypt. A Biography of Arthur Weigall. Arthur Weigall, Tutankhamun and the "Curse of the Pharaohs". Cloth
  • Julie Hankey
  • 380 pages, many text illustrations and photographic plates. 2001. Weigall was involved with the exploration of the antiquities of Luxor - particularly in the Theban necropolis and the Valley of the Kings. This biography, by the granddaughter of Weigall, includes material from previously unseen private sources.

Hannover: Kestner Museum 1. Skarabäen Teil 1. Loseblattausgabe / Loose leaf publication

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  • Kestner Museum 1. Skarabäen Teil 1. Loseblattausgabe / Loose leaf publication. A4
  • I. Beste
  • 158 Blätter, davon 75 mit Abbildungen. 1978

Hannover: Kestner Museum 2. Skarabäen Teil 2. Loseblattausgabe / Loose leaf publication

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  • Kestner Museum 2. Skarabäen Teil 2. Loseblattausgabe / Loose leaf publication. A4
  • I. Beste
  • 278 Blätter, davon 89 mit Abbildungen. 1979

Hare: Remembering Osiris: Number, Gender, and the Word in Ancient Egyptian Representational Systems. Paperback

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  • Remembering Osiris: Number, Gender, and the Word in Ancient Egyptian Representational Systems. Paperback
  • Tom Hare. 322 pages, 57 illustrations, bibliography, index. 1999. The texts and visual art of ancient Egypt reveal a persistent and sophisticated engagement with problems of language, the body, and multiplicity. This work shows how these issues were represented in ancient Egypt.

Harker: Loyalty and Dissidence in Roman Egypt. The Case of the Acta Alexandrinorum. Hardback

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  • Loyalty and Dissidence in Roman Egypt. The Case of the Acta Alexandrinorum. Hardback
  • by Andrew Harker. 262 pages. 2008. This study of the Acta Alexandrinorum, which was genuinely popular in Roman Egypt, offers a more complex perspective on provincial mentalities towards imperial Rome than that offered in the mainstream elite literature.

Harkless: Nubian Pharaohs and Meroitic Kings: The Kingdom of Kush. Paperback

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  • Nubian Pharaohs and Meroitic Kings: The Kingdom of Kush. Paperback.
  • by Necia Desiree Harkless
  • xv, 210 pages, 3 plates. 2006

Harrington: Living with the Dead. Ancestor Worship and Mortuary Ritual in Ancient Egypt. Pb

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  • Living with the Dead : Ancestor Worship and Mortuary Ritual in Ancient Egypt.
  • Harrington, Nicola 2012
  • Paperback, 208 pages, 75 colour & b/w illustrations
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Harris: Ancient Egyptian Divination and Magic. Paperback

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  • Ancient Egyptian Divination and Magic. Paperback
  • by Eleanor L. Harris
  • xxii, 228 pages, with 18 illustrations, index and bibliography. 1998. Harris's practical manual on Egyptian magic is an includes chapters on magical tools, amulets, words of power, divination, dream visions, shape-shifting, the spirits of the dead, and more.

Harris: Ancient Egyptian Magic. pb

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  • Ancient Egyptian Magic.
  • Harris, Eleanor; Ellis, Normandi.
  • Pb., 240 pages, 216 x 140 mm.
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Harrison: Ancient Egypt and the Afterlife: The Quest for Immortality. Hardcover

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  • Ancient Egypt and the Afterlife: The Quest for Immortality. Hardcover
  • by Miranda Harrison
  • 8 pages, 58 colour illustrations (double-fold). 2002

Hart: Egyptian Myths

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  • Egyptian Myths
  • George Hart
  • Paperback, 80 pages, 25 illustrations. 2000

Hart: The Routledge Dictionary of Egyptian Gods and Goddesses. Paperback

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  • Routledge Dictionary of Egyptian Gods and Goddesses. 2nd edition. Paperback
  • by George Hart
  • 192 pages. 2005. Presenting a vivid picture of the complexity and richness of imagery in Egyptian mythology, students studying Ancient Egypt, travelers, visitors to museums and all those interested in mythology will find this an invaluable resource...

Hartung: Umm El-Qaab II. Importkeramik aus dem Friedhof U in Abydos (Umm el-Qaab) und die Beziehungen Ägyptens zu Vorderasien im 4. Jahrtausend v. Chr. Gebunden

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  • Umm El-Qaab II. Importkeramik aus dem Friedhof U in Abydos (Umm el-Qaab) und die Beziehungen Ägyptens zu Vorderasien im 4. Jahrtausend v. Chr. 35,5 cm. Buchleinen
  • Ulrich Hartung
  • xvi, 481 Seiten, 96 Abbildungen, 72 Strichtafeln, 21 Foto- und 8 Farbtafeln. 2001

Hasenfratz: Leben mit den Toten. Eine Kultur- und Relgionsgeschichte der anderen Art

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  • Leben mit den Toten. Eine Kultur- und Relgionsgeschichte der anderen Art
  • Hans-Peter Hasenfratz
  • 222 pages. 1998. Die vormodernen Gesellschaften kannten bestimmte Regeln für den sinnvollen, sinnstiftenden Umgang mit den Toten. Unserer eigene Kulturgeschichte zeigt uns jedoch eine Fülle von Möglichkeiten solchen Umgangs.

Hawass, Vannini: Lost Tombs of Thebes: Life in Paradise. Hardback

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  • Lost Tombs of Thebes: Life in Paradise. Hardback.
  • Zahi A. Hawass. Photographs Sandro Vannini. 288 pages, 300 colour illustrations. Nov. 3, 2009. In the foothills of the Theban massif in southern Egypt, not far from the Valley of the Kings, lie hundreds of unique and wonderfully decorated tombs from the New Kingdom belonging to the people who served the pharaohs. "The Lost Tombs of Thebes" gives the reader unprecedented and privileged access to a selection of these extraordinary monuments. The beautiful scenes and texts that adorn their walls include some of the most exquisite examples of Egyptian art to be found anywhere in the land of the Nile.
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Hawass: Bilder der Unsterblichkeit. Die Totenbücher aus den Königsgräbern in Theben. Gebunden

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  • Bilder der Unsterblichkeit. Die Totenbücher aus den Königsgräbern in Theben. 27x31,5cm. Gebunden
  • Zahi Hawass. Fotografien von Sandro Vannini
  • 316 Seiten mit 300 Farbabbildungen und 15 Klapptafeln. 2006. Das Tal der Könige bei Theben ist ein archäologisches Schlaraffenland. Seine 62 Gräber bergen Schätze von unvorstellbarem Wert. Darunter die spektakulären Wandmalereien und Inschriften, die die Könige auf ihrer Reise in die Unterwelt beschützen sollten – die Totenbücher.

Hawass: Egyptology at the Dawn of the Twenty-First Century: 3: Proceedings of the Eighth International Congress of Egyptologists, Cairo 2000: Volume 3: Language, Conservation, Museology. Hardcover

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  • Egyptology at the Dawn of the Twenty-First Century: Proceedings of the Eighth International Congress of Egyptologists, Cairo 2000: Volume 3: Language, Conservation, Museology. Hardcover
  • With a preface by Zahi Hawass, in collaboration with Lyla Pinch Brock
  • xvi, 451 pages, with numerous illustrations. 2003

Hawass: Hidden Treasures of Ancient Egypt. Unearthing the Masterpieces of Egyptian History. Hardback

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  • Hidden Treasures of Ancient Egypt. Unearthing the Masterpieces of Egyptian History. Hardback
  • Zahi Hawass, photographs by Kenneth Garrett
  • 240 pages, with numerous colour illustrations. 2003. A world famous Egyptologist presents the stories of the fabulous ancient treasures contained within Cairo's Egyptian Museum, complete with beautiful color photographs of the masterpieces

Hawass: Inside the Egyptian Museum with Zahi Hawass. Hardback

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  • Inside the Egyptian Museum with Zahi Hawass
  • Zahi Hawass. Photographs by Sandro Vannini. 2010
  • Hardback, 300 pages, 202 colour illustrations, 216 x 310 mm
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Hawass: King Tutankhamun: The Treasures of the Tomb. Hardcover. 34x24cm

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  • King Tutankhamun: The Treasures of the Tomb. Hardcover, 34x24cm
  • by Zahi A. Hawass. Photographs by Sandro Vannini
  • 296 pages, 324 illustrations, 317 in colour, including 26 foldouts. 2007/2008. The superb images allow the objects from the tomb to be seen in even more detail than is possible with the naked eye, in stunning full-colour spreads and foldouts throughout the book.

Hawass: Scanning the Pharaohs: CT Imaging of the New Kingdom Royal Mummies. hb

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  • Scanning the Pharaohs: CT Imaging of the New Kingdom Royal Mummies.
  • Hawass, Zahi;  Saleem, Sahar N.
  • 318 p. : 9.75 H x 1.00 D x 7.75 W inches
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Hawass: Silent Images. Women in Pharaonic Egypt. Hardcover

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  • Silent Images. Women in Pharaonic Egypt. Hardcover. ca. 25x31cm
  • by Zahi Hawass
  • 207 pages, with a chronological table, list with famous women of Ancient Egyp, bibliography, index and many colour illustrations. Hawass has produced a readable account for the lady reader of the various professions and occupations of women in ancient times, whether as queens, mothers, and wives; their functions at different levels of society; their clothing and adornment; and their role in religion.

Hawass: The Golden Age of Tutankhamun. Cloth

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  • Golden Age of Tutankhamun. Cloth
  • Zahi Hawass
  • 160 pages, numerous colour illustrations. 2004. Tutankhamun has fascinated the world ever since the discovery of his treasure filled tomb in the Valley of the Kings in 1922. Zahi Hawass, here tells the story of this golden king, a short-lived pharaoh who came to the throne of Egypt as a child and died before the age of twenty, and of the royal dynasty that bred him

Hawass: The Secrets of the Sphinx: Restoration Past and Present. Paperback

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  • Secrets of the Sphinx: Restoration Past and Present.
  • Zahi Hawass
  • 64 pages. 1998. This volume, written in both English and Arabic, tells the story of the Sphinx from ancient times to the present, focusing particularly on the task of preserving it.

Hawass: The Treasures of the Pyramids. Large hardback

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  • Treasures of the Pyramids. Large hardback, ca. 26x36cm
  • by Zahi A. Hawass
  • 400 pages, numerous colour illustrations. 2003

Hawass: The Valley of the Golden Mummies. The Greatest Egyptian Discovery since Tutankhamun. Cloth

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  • Valley of the Golden Mummies. The Greatest Egyptian Discovery since Tutankhamun. Cloth. Ca. 30x26 cm
  • By Zahi Hawass
  • 224 pages, 250 colour illustrations. 2000. Part I: Valley of the Golden Mummies. Part II: Egypt-Ancient to Greco-Roman. Part III: Excavations in Bahariya Oasis. In May 1996, a donkey stumbled into an opening in the sand in the Egyptian desert, revealing a vast multi-chambered tomb containing more than 10,000 mummies.

Hawass: Wonders of Abu Simbel: The Sound and Light of Nubia. Paperback

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  • Wonders of Abu Simbel: The Sound and Light of Nubia
  • Zahi Hawass 2010
  • 90 p. ; 9.25 H x  0.50 D x  6.50 W inches
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Hays: Interpretations of Sinuhe. Inspired by Two Passages. Paperback

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  • Interpretations of Sinuhe. Inspired by Two Passages. (Proceedings of a Workshop held at Leiden University, 27-29 November 2009)
  • Editors:  Hays H.M., Feder F., Morenz L.D.
  • Pb., 249 pp.
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Heath: Sacred Number And the Origins of Civilization: The Unfolding of History Through the Mystery of Number. Paperback

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  • Sacred Number And the Origins of Civilization: The Unfolding of History Through the Mystery of Number. Paperback
  • by Richard Heath
  • viii, 248 pages. 2006

Heel: Djekhy and Son. Doing Business in Ancient Egypt. Paperback

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  • Djekhy and Son. Doing Business in Ancient Egypt.
  • Koenraad Donker van Heel
  • Paperback, 193 p. ; 9.00 H x 5.00 D x 6.00 W inches
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Heel: Mrs Tsenhor : A Female Entrepreneur in Ancient Egypt. pb

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  • Mrs. Tsenhor : A Female Entrepreneur in Ancient Egypt.
  • Donker van Heel, Koenraad.
  • Pb., 256 pages, 230 x 150 mm. 2016
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Heel: Mrs. Naunakhte & Family : The Women of Ramesside Deir Al-Medina. Hardback

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  • Mrs. Naunakhte & Family. The Women of Ramesside Deir Al-Medina
  • Donker van Heel, Koenraad
  • Hardback, 264 pages, 14 black and white illustrations. 231 x 157 mm. 2017
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Heinsohn: Die Erschaffung der Götter. Das Opfer als Ursprung der Religion. Paperback

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  • Die Erschaffung der Götter. Das Opfer als Ursprung der Religion.
  • Gunnar Heinsohn
  • 2. Aufl.. 2012. 228 S. 21 cm. Kartoniert. Was ist ein Gott? Wie sind die Blutopferkulte und das Priestertum entstanden? Weshalb formten unsere Ahnen plötzlich Götterstatuen in Tier-, Mensch- oder Mischgestalt? Wie also kam es zur ersten Stufe der menschlichen Hochkultur? Gunnar Heinsohns archäologisch, mythenstofflich und historisch fundierte Zivilisationsgeschichte bietet faszinierende Antworten auf einige Grundrätsel der Menschheitsgeschichte.
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Heise: Erinnern und Gedenken. Aspekte der biographischen Inschriften der ägyptischen Spätzeit. Gebunden

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  • Erinnern und Gedenken. Aspekte der biographischen Inschriften der ägyptischen Spätzeit. Gebunden
  • Jens Heise
  • 2007. 379 Seiten. Das Buch stellt in chronologischer Reihenfolge die wichtigsten Biographien der 25. und 26. Dynastie in deutsch mit ägyptischer Umschrift vor, bietet zahlreiche neue Lesungen und analysiert die Phraseologie dieser Texte.

Helck: Der Text der Lehre Amenemhets I. für seinen Sohn. 2. unveränderte Auflage

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  • Text der Lehre Amenemhets I. für seinen Sohn. ca. 17x24 cm
  • Zusammengestellt von Wolfgang Helck, Herausgegeben von Hartwig Altenmüller
  • iv, 105 Seiten, mit sehr viel Hieroglyphen Texte. 2. unveränderte Auflage 1969

Helck: Der Text des 'Nilhymnus'. Broschiert

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  • Text des 'Nilhymnus'. ca.17x25cm. Broschiert
  • Zusammengestellt von Wolfgang Helck, Herausgegeben von Hartwig Altenmüller
  • iv, 87 Seiten. (Teilweise mit hieroglyphischen Texten). 1972

Helck: Die datierten und datierbaren Ostraka. Papyri und Graffiti von Deir el-Medineh. Gebunden

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  • Datierten und datierbaren Ostraka. Papyri und Graffiti von Deir el-Medineh. Gebunden
  • Wolfgang Helck, bearbeitet von Adelheid Schlott
  • 573 Seiten. 2002. Die über 900 datierten und datierbaren Alltagsquellen aus der thebanischen Arbeitersiedlung von Deir el-Medineh werden in systematischer zeitlicher Einordnung und Zusammenstellung vorgelegt. Helck hat dies in minutiöser Kleinarbeit ge­leistet, die Ergebnisse in zahlreichen übersichtlichen Tabellen und Listen aufgearbeitet und die Texte in ihrer prosopographischen wie chronologischen Relevanz dargestellt.

Helck: Die Lehre des Djedefhor und die Lehre eines Vaters an Seinen Sohn

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  • Lehre des Djedefhor und die Lehre eines Vaters an Seinen Sohn. Ca. 17x24 cm.
  • Zusammengestellt von Wolfgang Helck, Herausgegeben von Hartwig Altenmüller
  • iv, 72 Seiten. 1984. (Teilweise mit hieroglyphischen Texten)