IMPORTANT: In view of the advances of the electronic world and the introduction of such devices as the Kindle, Advances in Egyptology will only be in PDF/numerical form from September 2012. Moreover for a faster diffusion of Egyptological advances articles will be separately published and immediately diffused on academia.edu and other such supports.
ADVANCES IN EGYPTOLOGY No. 1 (2010)
- Christian de Vartavan (Armenia) Snt[r]/snt[r] means «[divine/Godly]scent ».
- Daniel Arpagaus (Switzerland) On the alleged phonetic value /p/ of the frog hieroglyph in Ptolemaic.
- Alain Anselin (France (Martinique)) L’arbre im3, étude du mot et de son signe (Aegyptio-Graphica XIX).
- Roberto R. Rodriguez (Argentina) Ethnicity and interethnic relations during Egypt’s Old Kingom.
- Edward Loring (Russia) The Leather Funerary Shrine of Istemkheb B.
- Jean-Bernard Huchet (France) Archaeoentomological study of the insect remains found within the mummy of Namenkhet Amun (San Lazzaro Armenian Monastery, Venice/Italy).
- Ashkhen Zakharyan (AEC Head Librarian) 2008 – 2009 publications in our fields of research in our library (by author, thereafter by subjects).
ADVANCES IN EGYPTOLOGY No. 2 (2011)
- Christian de Vartavan (Armenia) Ancient Egyptian Words Cognates of their Equivalents in Proto-Indo European and Various Indo-European Languages?
- Arminée Arakelyan (Armenia) Ancient Egyptian and Armenian Probable Cognates: Preliminary Research.
- Daniel Arpagaus (Switzerland) Keper’s appeal before Ramesses III – or the motivation behind killing unarmed enemies.
- Mladen Tomorad (Croatia) Shabtis from the Archaeological Museum in Zagreb (Croatia): a typological study.
- Ashkhen Zakharyan (AEC Head Librarian) 2009 – 2010 publications in our fields of research in our library (by author, thereafter by subjects).
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