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Les Peuples de la Mer d’après une lecture archéologique des reliefs de Médinet Habou
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J. VANSCHOONWINKEL, "Les Peuples de la Mer d’après une lecture archéologique des reliefs de Médinet Habou", in Chr. KARLSHAUSEN and Cl. OBSOMER (ed.), "De la Nubie à Qadech. La guerre dans l'Égypte ancienne – From Nubia to Kadesh. War in Ancient Egypt", Brussels, 2016.
 
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Historique et problématiques des fouilles du temple de Touy
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by Benoît LURSON. — The author recounts the descriptions, excavations and studies of the Temple of Tuya. Since 2014, the work entered a second phase, with the study of the necropolis that developed in the temple during the Third Intermediate Period. This part of the work allowed for the rediscovery of the tomb of the divine adoratrice Karomama (22nd Dynasty)…
 
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Entre fouilles et remplois ptolémaïques. Architecture et décoration du temple de Touy
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by Benoît LURSON. — In this contribution, the author presents a study of the architecture and decoration of the Temple of Tuya…
 
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Un nouveau titre pour la mère de Ramsès II. L’inscription du bloc de calcaire découvert en 2015 dans le temple de Touy adjacent au Ramesseum
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by Claude OBSOMER. — Publication of a block of limestone and study of the hieroglyphic inscription, which mentions the mother of Ramses II. In this inscription, the king’s mother is called Muty, a name attested on other blocks coming from the temple…
 
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Die hieratischen Ostraka
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by Hans-Werner FISCHER-ELFERT. — Publication of fourteen hieratic ostraca and wine jar labels found during the five excavation seasons in the Temple of Tuya…
 
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Ostraca coptes
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by Alain DELATTRE. — Publication of a block of limestone and study of the hieroglyphic inscription, which mentions the mother of Ramses II. In this inscription, the king’s mother is called Muty, a name attested on other blocks coming from the temple…
 
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Enjeux de la fouille stratigraphique pour l’étude des tombes à puits de la Troisième Période Intermédiaire. L’exemple de la tombe de Karomama
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by Franck MOUROT. — The tomb shaft of the divine adoratrice Karomama (9th century B.C.) was excavated during the 2014–2015 excavation seasons. Its stratigraphic excavation allowed for the reconstructing of the phases of the tomb’s history, from its construction to its excavation…
 
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Le dépôt d’offrandes de la tombe de la divine adoratrice Karomama (XXIIe dynastie ; vers 840 av. J.‑C.). Approche archéozoologique d’un assemblage remarquable
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by Cécile CALLOU. — The analysis of the zooarchaeological assemblage, discovered in the Karomama’s tomb shaft, confirms the existence of a particular funerary practice…
 
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De la tombe aux musées. Etude préliminaire sur la dispersion du mobilier funéraire de la divine adoratrice Karomama
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by Nicolas GAUTHIER. — It is shown how the study of the funerary equipment can contribute to a better understanding of the history of a tomb, from its sealing to its excavation…
 
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Die Keramik des Grabes der Karomama und weiterer Schachtgräber des Tuja-Tempels. Neue Elemente zur Typochronologie der Keramik der 3. Zwischenzeit und der Spätzeit
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by Anke EBEL. — The tomb of Karomama (PF1147), the so-called secondary tomb PF1181, and tomb PF1013 were excavated during the 2014–2015 seasons. These tombs contained in situ layers with pottery dating to the mid 9th and 8th century B.C., which offer the possibility of a precise typochronological study…
 
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Die Uschebtis von Karomama Meritmut G. Ein Überblick
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by Jan MOJE. — This preliminary survey of the typology of the ushabtis of the Divine Adoratrice Karomama G Merytmut from the Twenty-Second Dynasty deals with the items kept in museums as well as with those found in her tomb, rediscovered in 2014 in the Temple of Tuya…
 
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Ein demotisches Ostrakon mit einer Liste über Zahlungen in einer unbekannten Einheit
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by Jannik KORTE. — The ostracon TC15.3003.Ce-03, which was found in a tomb shaft in the Temple of Tuya, contains a Demotic list concerning payments of what might be cereal…
 
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Dans l’entourage de Karomama. Rapport préliminaire sur la fouille de la tombe à puits PF1013
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by Jean-Claude SZTUKA. — The excavation of the tomb shaft PF1013 showed that the tomb had been plundered at the same time as Karomama’s, likely by the same team, and that it was still intact when it was plundered…
 
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Rapport sur la fouille de la tombe à puits PF1103
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by Benoît LURSON. — The early dating of the burial leads us to reconsider the history of the necropolis and the latest phases of the history of the temple…
 
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Die Keramik des Schachtgrabes PF1103
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by Anke EBEL. — The tomb PF1103, located in the court of the Temple of Tuya, was excavated during the 2015 excavation season. Of the total amount of 544 sherds found, and based on the specialised literature…
 
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The Ushabtis of the Divine Adoratrice Qedmerut
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by Kenneth GRIFFIN. — This paper presents the forty known ushabtis of Qedmerut, discussing their iconography, inscriptions, provenance, and dating…
 
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Histoire d’une métamorphose. Le temple de Touy de Ramsès II à Ptolémée IX
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by Benoît LURSON. — The author recounts the descriptions, excavations and studies of the Temple of Tuya. Since 2014, the work entered a second phase, with the study of the necropolis that developed in the temple during the Third Intermediate Period. This part of the work allowed for the rediscovery of the tomb of the divine adoratrice Karomama (22nd Dynasty)…
 
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Crue, semailles et récolte. Expressions de douleur et de joie dans les textes de l’ancienne Égypte
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A. COLAZILLI, « Crue, semailles et récolte. Expressions de douleur et de joie dans les textes de l’ancienne Égypte », Res Antiquae 10, Bruxelles, 2013.
 
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Considérations d’Hérodote sur la loutre,  la mangouste-ichneumon et la musaraigne
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J. DELHEZ, « Considérations d’Hérodote sur la loutre,  la mangouste-ichneumon et la musaraigne », Res Antiquae 10, Bruxelles, 2013.
 
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Les Šerden et l’Égypte. Des armes et … du grain !
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J. DE VOS, « Les Šerden et l’Égypte. Des armes et … du grain ! », Res Antiquae 10, Bruxelles, 2013.
 
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La ruralité méconnue des Medjay immigrés en Égypte au Nouvel Empire
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D. MICHAUX-COLOMBOT, « La ruralité méconnue des Medjay immigrés en Égypte au Nouvel Empire », Res Antiquae 10, Bruxelles, 2013.
 
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La ruralité dans les réalités de la vie après la mort physique en Égypte pharaonique. Enquêtes dans les Textes des Sarcophages et le Livre des Morts (2160-1085 av. J.-C.)
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M.-A. MOMBO, « La ruralité dans les réalités de la vie après la mort physique en Égypte pharaonique. Enquêtes dans les Textes des Sarcophages et le Livre des Morts(2160-1085 av. J.-C.) », Res Antiquae 10, Bruxelles, 2013.
 
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Tours de guet et tours "swnww" dans la campagne égyptienne
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F. MONNIER, « Tours de guet et tours swnww dans la campagne égyptienne », Res Antiquae 10, Bruxelles, 2013.
 
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Ne fame urgeret Italiam. Riflessioni storico-giuridiche sulla costituzione della provincia romana d’Egitto
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R. LATTERINI, « Ne fame urgeret Italiam. Riflessioni storico-giuridiche sulla costituzione della provincia romana d’Egitto », Res Antiquae 11, Brussels, 2014, p. 145-166.
 
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À propos d’Isis et du cerf : en Occident, aussi !
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J.-L. PODVIN, « À propos d’Isis et du cerf : en Occident, aussi ! »,  Res Antiquae 11 Brussels, 2014, p. 185-188.
 
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Le cheval et le pouvoir. Comment l’hippologie et le commerce de deux races au Bronze Récent ont pu changer le cours de l’histoire à l’Âge du Fer
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D. MICHAUX-COLOMBOT, « Le cheval et le pouvoir. Comment l’hippologie et le commerce de deux races au Bronze Récent ont pu changer le cours de l’histoire à l’Âge du Fer », Res Antiquae 12, Brussels, 2015.
 
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Il processo redazionale della corrispondenza egizio-ittita
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by Violetta CORDANI. — With more than 100 letters, the Hittite-Egyptian correspondence provided scholars with a gold mine of information on various aspects of the Late Bronze Age diplomacy. This article analyzes the redactional phases that led to the composition of this corpus…
 
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Fields, Mounds-Islands and Caves for the Nile Crocodiles. From Ethology to Religion in Roman Egypt
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by Pierre P. KOEMOTH. — In the Nile Valley, the crocodiles behaviour was strongly conditioned by environment factors like the room temperature and the water level of the river fluctuating between raising and subsiding flood…
 
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La violence, le mal et l’agressivité dans la civilisation de l’Égypte pharaonique. Enquêtes dans les corpus funéraires et analyse des vocables et pictogrammes hiéroglyphiques (3000-1580 av. notre ère)
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by Michel-Alain MOMBO. — This research work puts a synoptic look on three words forming a whole in all the phases of Pharaonic Égypt history. Those words are violence, wrong (evil) and aggressiveness…
 
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Deux reines Ankhnespépy pour Pépy II Neferkarê ?
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by Thierry STASSER. — Ankhnespepy: do we have only one Queen, or two different women ? Opinions of Egyptologists differ here…
 
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by Thierry STASSER. — One document confirms without any doubt the existence of a second Queen Ahhotep…
 
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by Claude VANDERSLEYEN. — Some reflections on the place of the Nile in Egypt and its relations with wadj wer, concerning the Nile and not the sea…
 
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by Claude VANDERSLEYEN. — The Nile and its water : a few words  about the place of the river in Egypt and its relations with wad wr witch never concerns the sea but the Nile…
 
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by Pierre P. KOEMOTH. — If this Osiris of the jtf3 wr temple is proceeding from a liturgy shared with next temples celebrating the Seth’s destuction, an archaic relation with this dynastic shrine explains also his appearance in the royal jubilees festivities through the participation of Isis, a real innovation in this way…
 
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« Imitation ou éclectisme ? ». Nouveau regard sur la statuaire égyptienne d’époque gréco-romaine
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Egyptian and Egyptianising sculptural representations need to be carefully considered when archaeological context is missing. In this type of study, attention needs to be drawn to the style and the iconography. The present article focuses on an Egyptian statue without provenance exhibited in the Royal Museum of Mariemont in Belgium. Many scholars interpret this piece as an Isis figure from a roman context. The object shows an awareness of Egyptian traditions. Stylistically the statue from Mariemont seems to fit within the Ptolemaic Egyptian repertoire but the lack of parallels with statues from a certified context lead us to reconsider its authenticity. This sculpture has been interpreted as a roman copy in monographs. New observations based on the folds allow us to identify parallels with a statue from Alexandria dating from the second century BC. This comparison raises serious questions concerning terms such as copy, imitation or eclecticism. In conclusion, this paper tries to suggest a new key for our understanding of the statue from Mariemont.
 
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D’Horus à Pharaon et au peuple égyptien. La symbolique du dieu-fils dans la civilisation de l’Égypte pharaonique (2778-1085 av. J.-C.)
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According to the osirian myth, the man (Osiris) marries her sister (Isis) and it is the child (Horus) stemming from this union who becomes the heir apparent. It thus seems clearly that the son (Horus) becomes a god-son intended to govern Egypt, ground of the gods. The symbolism of the god-son indicates that in the country of Pharaoh, the power is above all intended for the male child, and that the sisters come to give evidence that it is indeed about a justifiable child. The son who is placed on the Egyptian throne has to be a god-son, because Egypt, being the property of the gods, the only ones of the gods-son are authorized to insure the royal load.
 
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La circulation des biens et des savoirs en Égypte romaine
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There is still a false look about commerce in Antiquity. Many clichés like life in autarky always exist. But, in Roman Egypt, commerce seems to be something of more complex.
There is local productions (like mining exploitations), but some towns are true centres of circulation of goodies coming from far away. Some sites testify of contacts with Arabia, India, Red Sea…by the way of ports like Berenice. Roads for caravans lie through deserts, with some military camps, wells and temples along them. Religious centres in commercial towns seem to be some keys to understand much the conception of commerce in Antiquity. In Roman Egypt, the emperor is portray like pharaoh offering local goodies (or exportation products coming in the site) to the pantheon. This fact could be easily explain: the piety of the king help to focalise the goodness of the gods on earthly economy.
 
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Dendour ou le temple exilé
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Dendour is a tiny but very interesting temple made by emperor Augustus in the Dodekaschenos, in the south of Egypt, next to the frontier with Nubia. Now, it is in the Metropolitan Museum of Art of New York, USA because it was given to the American government as thanks for help in the Aswan project. It is dedicated to two drowned brothers, venerated as “saints” by the local people. The scenes show these young men (but also divinities particularly venerated in Nubia) honorated by Augustus who give them local goodies as gold, incense, ivory…The cartouche of the king are interesting: some contain his name of pharaoh but some only the title Per- aha. The localisation of these cartouches seems to be not free: it could be an expression of political message of Augustus in this area what suffer of many conflicts and  revolts involving Roman Empire and Nubian sovereigns as the queen “Candace”. 
 
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Pepy-ankh Heny le noir de Meir (tombe A2) a-t-il usurpé le titre de vizir ?
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The purpose of this article is to determine if Pepy-ankh Heny-Kem (tomb A2 at Meir) wrongfully took the title of vizier. The different arguments to know if he is a real vizier will be examined. A study of the viziers of the sixth dynasty is presented.  An examination of the family of Pepy-ankh Heny-Kem is also making. We propose a study of all the titles of Pepy-ankh Heny-Kem.
 
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Le nom de la mer Rouge en égyptien ancien
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In 1931 to designate the Red Sea in the egyptian texts, Spiegelberg could list seven names. Eighty years later,  none of them still has this signification. The basic meaning of the nun, wadj wer, the ym and its various combinations, is fresh water from Egypt, that is to say : from the Nile.
 
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Evolution of the Scale Armour in the Ancient Near East, Aegean and Egypt. An Overview from the Origins to the Pre-Sargonids
F. DE BACKER. — À première vue, l’armure d’écailles qui était utilisée au Proche-Orient ancien, en Égypte et dans le monde égéen contemporains n’a encore jamais été étudiée ou survolée en tant qu’ensemble…
 

 

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Naharina et Mitanni au IIe millénaire avant J.-C. À propos des maryannou et de la présence hourrite en Égypte
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During the New Egyptian Kingdom, numerous foreigners stayed in Egypt. If some of them came with a lot of diplomatic embassies, the others were captured during military campaigns. Children of foreign kings stayed in the kap’s school of the palace, and princesses are given in marriage to Egyptian king. Among these foreigners, Hurrians and their famous maryannou exercised a very important domination.
 
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De la Vallée du Nil au Pays du Fleuve. Réflexions à propos du Naharina
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The aim of this paper is to put in light the historical, political and geographical context of the Late Bronze Age Middle East that led to the apparition of the toponym Naharina in Egyptian Texts. What was the reality behind this term ? Why did it occur so frequently in Egyptian sources despite the non-egyptian etymological origin ? Was it linked to the Hurrian Empire of Mitanni ? These are questions which at some point will need clear answers.
 

 

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Les métamorphoses animales des divinités dans la Méditerranée antique
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Looking for the authenticity of the sacred one may find out that the first human’s gods could often take the animal form. Since the prehistoric times, human beings worshipped wild animals and represented them in art with care and precision. During the Antiquity, even the most anthropocentric streams of philosophy couldn’t impede the survival of these popular beliefs. Some peoples, like ancient Egyptians, developed a very sophisticated zoomorphic pantheon. Greece and Rome testified a high level of the animal symbolism in mythology and divination. As for the Asia Minor, according to the old traditions, the idea of the wild nature couldn’t be separated there from the perception of the realm of the gods. This paper gives an approach to some historical evidences of god’s metamorphoses into animals and tries to examine the origins of these beliefs in the ancient Mediterranean world. 

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Quelques remarques relatives aux pérégrinations des diplomates, au fil des relations égypto-hittites (IIe millénaire avant J.-C.)
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In this paper, the author introduces some aspects concerning relations between Egypt and different states of Asia Minor in the second millenium B.C…
 
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Le voyage de Diodore de Sicile en Égypte, ou le nécessaire recours aux sources de la bibliothèque d’Alexandrie
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In this paper, the author redraws essential stages of the life of Diodorus of Sicily. The trip which this one accomplished in Egypt must exercise important influence for the writing of his work : the Library of History. This sicilian historian could consult sources kept in Alexandria, what allowed him to insert new books (I-VI) dedicating in events previous to the war of Troy.
 
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Les denrées en sémitique occidental et autres langues dans les sources nilotiques. Les Levantins et Ioniens en Égypte, des ports du Delta à la fenêtre d’apparition royale
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The author studies the famous presentation of sailors and traders represented in the tomb of Kenamon (TT 162), puting it in perspective with divers hieratic texts which allow to understand ceremonies in touch with the window of appearance and the role of the foreigners for Egyptian economy.
 
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Fragments hittites relatifs à l’Égypte
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In order to continue the publication of hitttite’s fragments relating to Egypt, started since about thirty years in Professor J. Vergote’s honour, this paper presents the reading of some new fragments testifying the toponym Mizri (Egypt)…
 
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Fonctions et images de la reine nabatéenne (Ier s. av. J.-C. – Ier s. ap. J.-C.)
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From Obodas III’s reign (30-9 BC), Nabataean kings and queens appeared together on the coins, like the Ptolemies. The queen took the attributes of Isis and Tyche in order to be the benefactress and protector of her people.
 
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