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by John G. Callender

eBook Studies in the Nominal Sentence in Egyptian and Coptic (UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA PUBLICATIONS NEAR EASTERN STUDIES) download ISBN: 0520096754
Author: John G. Callender
Publisher: Univ of California Pr (August 1, 1984)
Language: English
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Are you sure you want to remove Studies in the nominal sentence in Egyptian and Coptic from your list? Studies in the nominal sentence in Egyptian and Coptic. by John B. Callender. Published 1984 by University of California Press in Berkeley, Calif. Prefer the physical book? Check nearby libraries with: WorldCat.

Studies in the Nominal Sentence in Egyptian and Coptic. Gertie Englund and Paul John Frandsen.

Living in a City of the Dead: A Selection of Topographical and Administrative Terms in the Documents of the Theban Necropolis. First Page PDF (94 KB) Permissions. Crossroad: Chaos or the Beginning of a New Paradigm. First Page PDF (121 KB) Permissions. Gods and Myths of Ancient Egypt. 48(3), p. 235. First Page PDF (50 KB) Permissions. A Dictionary of Egyptian Gods and Goddesses.

Callender, John . Studies in the Nominal Sentence in Egyptian and Coptic, Near Eastern Studies 24, Berkeley: University of California Publications 1985

Callender, John . Studies in the Nominal Sentence in Egyptian and Coptic, Near Eastern Studies 24, Berkeley: University of California Publications 1985. Depuydt, Leo, Specificity or Emphasis in Egyptian and Coptic Nominal Sentences?, in: Chronique d'Egypte 61 (1986), 358-367. Depuydt, Leo, The Emphatic Nominal Sentence in Egyptian and Coptic, in: G. Englund, P. J. Frandsen (ed., Crossroad. Chaos or the Beginning of a New Paradigm, Kobenhavn: C. Niebuhr Inst. Depuydt, Leo, The Emphatic Nominal Sentence in Egyptian and Coptic, in: Orientalia 56 (1987) 37-54.

by John G. Unknown Binding, 221 pages. Published January 1st 1984 by University of California Press. See a Problem? We’d love your help.

Coptic Art and Archaeology: The Art of the Christian Egyptians from the Late Antique to the Middle Ages. For the student of Egyptology, or for that matter, anyone interested in the technical/creative source of the wondrous ancient Egyptian works of high architecture, this book is an essential read. It establishes a convincing argument for the existence of precise mathematical underpinnings for the design and construction of ancient Egyptian temples.

ber die Reihenfolge von Subjekt und Prädikat im klassisch-ägyptischen Nominalsatz, in: Studien zu Sprache und Religion Ägyptens (Festschrift W. WTestendorf), Göttingen 1984; J'. B. Callender, Studies in the Nominal Sentence in Egyptian and Coptic, Berkeley 1984 (University of California Publications, Near Eastern Studies 24); Anne Biedenkopf-Ziehner in: Enchoria 13, 2 1 7 - 2 . Helsingor 2 8 - 3 0 May 1986, Copenhagen 1986 (The Carsten Niebuhr Institute of Ancient Near Eeast Studies Publications 1); L. Depuidt, The Emphatic Nominal Sentence in Egyptian and Coptic, in: Orientaba 56, 35-54.

4, 1 0 3 - 1 1 9 ; W. Schenkel, Fokussierung Helsingor 2 8 - 3 0 May 1986, Copenhagen 1986 (The Carsten Niebuhr Institute of Ancient Near Eeast Studies Publications 1); L. Depuidt, The Emphatic Nominal Sentence in Egyptian and Coptic, in: Orientaba 56, 3554.

Near Eastern Studies. Topics discussed include: examinations of settlement patterns in central and southern Jordan in the Neolithic period and Iron Age, road systems around the southern Dead Sea, how ceramic lamps and glass provide evidence about culture in the region, and how a Nabataean inscription from Bir Madkhur provides evidence of the divinity of Nabataean rulers.