Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt, Volume 52 (2016) available in Paperback
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- Lockwood Press
The Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt (JARCE) was established in 1962 to foster research into the history, languages, social systems and archaeology of the Egyptian people. The journal welcomes articles submissions on all periods and aspects of Egyptian civilization. JARCE publishes articles in English, French, or German.
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Table of ContentsA Ba Speaking to His Owner: Warning about an Imminent Danger and Giving an Admonition M. Victoria Almansa-Villatoro What Lies under the Chair! A Study in Ancient Egyptian Private Tomb Scenes, Part II: Objects Heba Mahran and Engy El-Kilany The Visitors' Graffiti in Two Tombs of Beni Hassan (Ameny and Khnumhotep II) Khaled Hassan The Development and Function of Serpentine/Sinusoidal Walls Oren Siegel Akhenaten as the Early Morning Light: Revisiting the "Consecration" Ritual in Amarna Arlette David Expressing the Eternity as Seriality: On n as a Number of Large Magnitude Luca Miatello Un roi Sheshonq a Hermopolis Hassan Nasr el-Dine Floating on Mercury in the Moonlight: "Birkat az-Zi'baq" in the Palace of Khumarawaih in al-Qata'i' Alexei A. Krol The Harbor Facilities of King Khufu on the Red Sea Shore: The Wadi al-Jarf/Tell Ras Budran System Pierre Tallet and Gregory Marouard The Development of the "hry(w) wdb(w)" Beginning in the Archaic Period Rasha Metawi Mapping the Tura-Masara Limestone Quarries James A. Harrell Der agyptische Lautwandel zwischen ' und m Stefan Bojowald Beasts and Beliefs at Beni Hassan: A Preliminary Report Linda Evans A New Look at the pds.t-n.t-nbw of Zauberspruche fur Mutter und Kind, Spell P Kevin M. Cahail Special Delivery to Wah-sut: An Eighteenth Dynasty Ostracon's Inventory of Precious Materials Shelby Justl The Enigmatic Statuette of Djehutymose (MFA 24.743): Deputy of Wawat and Viceroy of Kush David Klotz and Marina W. Brown Three Shabtis of the Vizier Paser (UC39724-39726) Ahmed M. Mekawy Ouda The King Sitting Backward in His Chariot: A Ramesside Icon of Victory Lisa Sabbahy Dehumanization of the "Other": Animal Metaphors of Defeated Enemies in the New Kingdom Military Texts Ahmad Abo el Magd Book Reviews