Catalogue of the demotic graffiti of the Dodecaschoenus
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Published by Printed at the University Press in Oxford .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Inscriptions, Egyptian,
  • Dodekaschoinos (Egypt)

Book details:

Edition Notes

At head of title: Service des antiquités de l"Égypte.

Statementby F. Ll. Griffith.
SeriesTemples immergés de la Nubie
ContributionsEgypt. Maṣlaḥat al-Āthār.
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17332271M

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New editions of of the graffiti that were published by F. Griffith in his Catalogue of the Demotic Papyri in the Dodecaschoenus () are published here. These reedited texts were mainly chosen because new drawings provided significant new readings from those made by Griffith, or they helped elucidate the scope and meaning of some of the new graffiti by : Eugene Cruz-Uribe. New editions of of the graffiti that were published by F. Griffith in his Catalogue of the Demotic Papyri in the Dodecaschoenus () are published here. These reedited texts were mainly chosen because new drawings provided significant new readings from those made by Griffith, or they helped elucidate the scope and meaning of some of the new graffiti by placement. Catalogue of the Demotic Graffiti of the Dodecaschoenus. Vol. I: Text. Vol. II: Plates (complete set). Francis Llewellyn Griffith - Catalogue of the demotic graffiti of the Dodecaschoenus. Volume II: Plates, Oxford, Oxford University Press, - на английски език, от The University of Chicago, формат PDF, файлът не е архивиран.Свалянето става с десен бутон (right bottom) и Save.

Griffith Francis Llewellyn - Catalogue of the demotic graffiti of the Dodecaschoenus. Volume I-II, Oxford, Oxford University Press, Griffith Francis Llewellyn - Catalogue of the demotic papyri in the John Rylands Library, Manchester: with facsimiles and complete translations.   New editions of of the graffiti that were published by F. Griffith in his Catalogue of the Demotic Papyri in the Dodecaschoenus () are published here. These reedited texts were mainly chosen because new drawings provided significant new readings from those made by Griffith, or they helped elucidate the scope and meaning of some of the new graffiti by : Eugene Cruz-Uribe. Several clusters of these quarry graffiti belong to the first demotic texts that were recorded in the nineteenth century, and they constitute the only extant copies for many texts that have now been destroyed. In addition, there are some three hundred brief inscriptions on various objects such as coins, hieratic papyri and mummy linen.   Author of Stories of the High Priests of Memphis, The Demotic Magical Papyrus of London and Leiden, Meroitic inscriptions, Catalogue of the demotic graffiti of the Dodecaschoenus, Karanòg, The inscriptions of Siut and D©Đer R©Đife, El Bersheh, Christian documents from Nubia.

Ll. Griffith, Catalogue of the demotic graffiti of the Dodecaschoenus, Vol. I (Text), Oxford, , pp. / ("Ph. ") and Vol. II (Plates), Oxford, , pl. 69 Griffith, p. " later a figure of Mandulis was engraved in a different style four feet eastward accompanied by hieroglyphic and demotic . Griffith, F.L.I: Catalogue of the Demotic graffiti of the Dodecaschoenus, (Oxford, –). Griffith, F.L.I: «Marriag», (Enc, of Religion and Ethics, Vol. VIII, p. ). Griffith, F.L.I: The Adler Papyri (Oxford, ). Gunn, B: The Religion of the Poor in Ancient Egypt (J.E.A. III). The Demotic Graffiti from the Temple of Isis on Philae Island by Eugene Cruz-Uribe This volume publishes new Demotic graffiti recorded at the temple of Isis on Philae Island, presented with drawings and photographs. New editions of of the graffiti that were published in the Catalogue of the Demotic Papyri in the Dodecaschoenus () are. New editions of of the graffiti that were published by F. Griffith in his Catalogue of the Demotic Papyri in the Dodecaschoenus () are published here. These reedited texts were mainly chosen because new drawings provided significant new readings from those made by Griffith, or they helped elucidate the scope and meaning of some of the new graffiti by Range: $ - $