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Ancient Egyptian literature;: A book of readings
First published in 1973 - and followed by Volume II in 1976 and Volume III in 1980 - this anthology has assumed classic status in the field of Egyptology and portrays the remarkable evolution of theExpand
Ancient Egyptian autobiographies chiefly of the Middle Kingdom: A study and an anthology
By a selection of sixty ancient Egyptian autobiographical inscriptions, presented in new translations, the author examines the growth of the autobiographical genre during the Old and Middle Kingdoms,Expand
The Songs of the Harpers
DISCOVERY O N THE north wall of the passage leading from the outer hall of his tomb (No. 50 at Thebes) into the inner shrine the priest Neferhotep is shown seated at a table piled high with foodExpand
Maat in Egyptian autobiographies and related studies
The first of five studies explores "Maat", the Egyptian term for the moral order that governed men and gods in their respective spheres. The growth of the concept of Maat is traced from the OldExpand
Situla No. 11395 and Some Remarks on Egyptian Situlae
T HE situla published here (Oriental Institute No. 11395; see Pls. V and VI)1 belongs to a type common in the late period. The detailed discussion offered seems desirable because the very summaryExpand