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Obelisks in ancient Egypt
Obelisks were categorised by the ancient Egyptians themselves according to their scale; txn wr 'great obelisk' or txn aA 'major obelisk' was the term for ...
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Obelisks in ancient Egypt
Obelisks were categorised by the ancient Egyptians themselves according to their scale; txn wr 'great obelisk' or txn aA 'major obelisk' was the term for ...
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Coptic Egypt: background
Coptic Egypt: background Information. The first centuries of Christianity. There are few sources of information on the beginning of Christianity in Egypt. ...
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dating in archaeology
The dating of remains is essential in archaeology, in order to place finds in correct relation to one another, and to understand what was present in the ...
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Oinochai
There are about 300 faience vessels of the Greek type called 'oinochoai', with the image of a ... Burr Thompson 1973 (the main study on the 'oinochoai') ...
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Isis and Ra
In this tale, Isis forms a clay snake with spittle dribbled by the ageing sun-god, the creator Ra. When the snake bites Ra, only Isis can save him, ...
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Harpocrates Terracottas
Not all depictions of child deities refer to Harpocrates. Dionysos was one of the deities shown in a similar way, and in each city across Egypt the main ...
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Thebes: Ramesside Tombs
Neferhotep, accountant of grain of Amun, mid Dynasty 18; tomb taken over later by Meh, deputy in the Ramesseum, Ramesside Period ...
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king Ramesses IX
Ramesses IX Neferkare-setpenre (about 1125/21-1107/03 BC). King of the Twentieth Dynasty. Judicial documents record prosecution of tomb robbers following a ...
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Thebes: Ramesside Tombs
Djehuty, steward of high priest of Amun Mery, mid Dynasty 18: tomb taken over later by Djehutyemheb, head of fine linen production of Amun temple, Ramesside ...
 
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