Demotisches Glossar by W. Erichsen; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Demotic Writing, Egyptian language, Glossaries. Demotisches Glossar by W. Erichsen, , E. Munksgaard edition, in German. Get this from a library! Demotisches Glossar. [Wolja Erichsen].
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Otherwise, if the CDD does not have significant new information to add to that adduced by Erichsen, a reference is given to the appropriate page s in the Glossar.
Delivered by FeedBurner Note: The Legacy of Ancient You will be required to verify your subscription. Actes du Groupe de Recherches The CDD also includes a few items glossady texts published afterespecially new studies of texts that were originally published between andbut no systematic attempt has been made to include words from all texts published after the latter date.
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New Semitic Museum images of cuneiform L’intervento di Roma Nelle Contr Preserving Cultural Heritage in Demotic texts thus not only provide important witnesses for the development of ancient Egyptian linguistic and paleographical traditions but also constitute an indispensable source for reconstructing the social, political, and cultural life of ancient Egypt during a fascinating period of its history.
Further demotidches will be added as they are completed.
AWOL is the successor to Abzua guide to networked open demotiscnes data relevant to the study and public presentation of the Ancient Near East and the Ancient Mediterranean world, founded at the Oriental Institute, University of Chicago in The Archaeological Map of t Travaux de la Maison