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Ein neuer Versuch zum ägyptischen Ausfall von k (nebst einem Anhang zum möglichen Lautwandel zwischen k und i) /

: The present contribution is devoted to the study of the loss of k in the Egyptian language. The phenomenon has been discussed sporadically in previous research. The number of examples is enhanced here significantly. The material consists of writings of single words on the one hand, and puns on the other. In an appendix, the probability of the phonetic change between k and i is widened.

Der ägyptische Lautwandel zwischen ‘ und m /

: In this article, the Egyptian phonetic change between a and m is considered once again. Research so far has discussed the writing […] for the ’m’’-drug as the only evidence for the phenomenon. Here, the number of examples is successively increased, to which end the work is separated into two parts. In the first one, five new writings are introduced, which have been influenced by the phonetic change. In the second part, a number of plays on words is presented, including this phonetic change.

Die Gans mit dem scharfen Blick Zusätzliche Bemerkungen zum Hintergrund des Schu?lervergleichs in pLansing 3, 5–8 /

: In this article, pLansing 3, 5–8, which belongs to the class of admonitions of students, is scrutinized anew. The teacher´s rebuke is adorned metaphorically by a comparison of the pupil with the Nile goose. The Nile goose is cast into considerably bad light. The present article attempts to verify or falsify the teacher´s statements. As the results will show, the bird has, at least in part, been discredited unjustly. The ornithological aspects will play another important role.

Zwei zusätzliche Bemerkungen zu pBerlin 15765a /

: In this contribution, some new thoughts concerning pBerlin 15765a are offered. In the first case, more parallels for the writing km3 for km are presented. In the second case, the defective writing tr for twr is treated adequately. A basis for a reasoned discussion of the loss of w is provided. The phrase cf n twr “knife of reed” is compared to sfd g3s “knife of rush” in the Late Egyptian “Tale of the Two Brothers.”   doi:

Einige kurze Bemerkungen zur Elision von “h” in der ägyptischen Sprache /

: This contribution investigates the elision of “h” in the Egyptian language. The topic has already been dealt with a few times in research. The present article adds four new examples to the list, all of which originate from the Middle Kingdom. By comparison with other hamito-semitic (afro-asiatic) languages, the phenomenon is put in a broader context.

Neue Beispiele fuer die Elision von h im Ägyptischen—ein Zwischenbericht /

: The focus of this contribution is on the loss of the Egyptian consonant h. The article follows a study by the same the author in JARCE 50 (2014) about the same topic that dealt exclusively with examples from the Middle Kingdom. The time range is extended here to the late material. The starting point is given by writings of individual words on the one hand, and of plays on words on the other. The weakness of h is not restricted to the Egyptian language, but can also be observed in other oriental idioms.