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A commemoration ritual for Senwosret I : P. BM EA 10610.1-5/P. Ramesseum B (Ramesseum Dramatic Papyrus) /

: xiii,394 pages : illustrations, plates ; 28 cm. : Includes bibliographical references and index. : 9780974002590

Feasts and Fights : Essays on Time in Ancient Egypt /

: xiii, 162 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm. : Includes bibliographical references (pages 129-157) and index. : 9780974002583

Future at issue : tense, mood, and aspect in Middle Egyptian : studies in syntax and semantics /

: 228 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm. : Includes bibliographical references (pages 195-210) and indexes. : 0912532211

Genesis in Egypt : the philosophy of ancient Egyptian creation accounts /

: x, 114 pages, 4 pages of plates : illustrations ; 26 cm. : Includes bibliographical references (pages 97-99) and index. : 0912532149

Religion and philosophy in ancient Egypt /

: vii, 159 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm. : Includes bibliographical references. : 0912532181

The Inscription of Queen Katimala at Semna : Textual Evidence for the Origins of the Napatan State /

: xi, 112 pages : illustrations, maps ; 28 cm. : 0974002534 : wafaa.lib.

Adoration of the Ram : five hymns to Amun-Re from Hibis temple /

: xiii, 337 pages : illustrations, maps, facsimiles ; 26 cm. : Includes bibliographical references (pages 251-279) and indexes. : 0974002526 : wafaa.lib.

Essays on Egyptian grammar /

: v, 41 pages ; 26 cm. : Includes bibliographical references. : 0912532900 (pbk.) : wafaa.lib.

The Great Karnak inscription of Merneptah : grand strategy in the 13th century BC /

: 210 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm. : Includes bibliographical references (pages [181]-203) and index. : 097400250x

Published 2011
The mortuary papyrus of Padikakem : Walters Art Museum 551 /

: Revision of the author's doctoral thesis--Johns Hopkins University, 2005. : xiii, 341 pages, [33] pages of plates : illustrations ; 26 cm. : Includes bibliographical references and indexes. : 9780974002552 : shimaa

Published 2019
Cult and Ritual in Persian Period Egypt : An Analysis of the Decoration of the Cult Chapels of the Temple of Hibis at Kharga Oasis /

: "Ancient Egyptian temple walls expressed royal and political ideologies, reflected the ancient Egyptian secular and spiritual world order, supplied a medium for the reenactments of assorted myths, and implied a metaphor for the universe. The Temple of Hibis is one of the most important temples from Late Period Egypt. Despite the conventional overall architecture plan of the temple, it exhibits numerous particularities. While the more prominent parts of the temple, such as the sanctuary, have been studied by numerous scholars, in other areas the decoration schemes remain largely unexplained. This book focuses on the decorative schemes of several chapels in the earlier part of the temple, chapels that were either established and/or were decorated during the first Persian Period (525-404 BCE). These chapels were located around the main sanctuary A, but have rarely been the subject of scholarly discussions. It concentrates on a few chapels of the Temple of Hibis: chapels F and G to the south of sanctuary A on the first level of the temple and all the decorated chapels, E1, E2, H1, and H2, on the second level of the temple. Each chapter begins with a brief description of the scenes and their basic layout and a complete translation of the accompanying texts. A more in-depth analysis regarding both text and image follows in the commentary. It includes the analysis of the different aspects of the gods, their origins, and the development of their cults that are significant to the scenes and to each other. Also discussed are their coherence, any aspects that are especially emphasized, and any other information that could be gleaned from the whole scene. The analysis tries to detail the specific composition that makes up the mosaic of the picture, wall, or room. Attention is paid to both the scenic arrangement and the hieroglyphic inscriptions, as the interpretation of one would be meaningless without the other. Attention is given to investigating the general function of the different rooms by means of their decoration and by identifying the patterns or important themes generated by the layout of the scenes. The results are summarized in the last chapter. A number of line drawings have been inserted into the text beside a described scene as an aid to the reader"--
: xv, 294 pages : illustrations (some color), maps ; 28 cm. : Includes bibliographical references (pages 225-264) and index. : 9781950343096