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When Egypt Ruled the East
Here, adequately presented for the first time in English, is the fascinating story of a splendid culture that flourished thirty-five hundred years ago in the empire on the Nile: kings and conquests,
University of Chicago Oriental Institute Nubian Expedition: Excavations between Abu Simbel and the Sudan Border, Preliminary Report
  • K. Seele
  • History
    Journal of Near Eastern Studies
  • 1 January 1974
THE concession (fig. 1) granted to the Oriental Institute Nubian Expedition by the Service des Antiquites of the United Arab Republic in the UNESCO Campaign to Save the Monuments of Nubia comprised
Most Ancient Egypt
Horus on the Crocodiles
  • K. Seele
  • History
    Journal of Near Eastern Studies
  • 1 January 1947
A Note from the Editor
  • K. Seele
  • History
    Journal of Near Eastern Studies
  • 1 October 1952
While it is not the practise of the Journal of American Studies to have editorials, this issue marks an exception. We celebrate the 50th anniversary of the founding of the British Association for
King Ay and the Close of the Amarna Age
  • K. Seele
  • History
    Journal of Near Eastern Studies
  • 1 July 1955
him at the west end of the Amarna necropolis.2 That it was the best of all those tombs, one of the largest, and the most beautifully sculptured,3 would indicate that its owner ranked high in the
Ramesses VI and the Medinet Habu Procession of the Princes
  • K. Seele
  • History
    Journal of Near Eastern Studies
  • 1 July 1960
knowledge of the relationship of the princes to Ramesses III.4 Nothing has been said lately, I think, to nullify the generally accepted view that the figures of the princes were carved under Ramesses
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