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Toponymes historiques de Molenbeek-Saint-Jean

by Pierre Van Nieuwenhuysen. — This book is a complete presentation of all the toponyms of Molenbeek-Saint-Jean until circa 1850, with a glossary of more than 1800 items… (More)

125,00 €
Fortifications bruxelloises face à Molenbeek-Saint-Jean

by par Pierre Van Nieuwenhuysen. — Book in French (See Details)

29,50 €
Le journal de Jean‑François Bernardy (1749-1842)

by Jean-Louis Van Belle. — Book in French. Im Frühjahr 1794 wurde der Priester Jean-François (de) BERNARDY (1749-1842) mit einem Kollegen nach Obersachsen entsandt, um dort Spenden für französische Priester, die infolge der Wirren der Französischen Revolution in die Schweiz ausgewandert waren, zu beschaffen. Diese Reise dauerte von Mai 1794 bis November 1795. Während dieser Zeit führte er ein Tagebuch, das bis heute verborgen blieb…

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39,00 €
Historische Toponymie van Laken

by Pierre Van Nieuwenhuysen. — This book is a complete presentation of all the toponyms of Laken until circa 1850, with a glossary of more than 1500 items… (More)

98,00 €
 
Marcel MEULDER. — The Hellenistic poet Euphorion of Chalkis evokes the horses from Asbotos, which allow the soothsayer Amphiaraos to withdraw the disaster of the Seven Chiefs in front of Thebes…
 
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Two toponyms with abrupt spellings in Middle Elamite inscriptions
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by Jan TAVERNIER. — L’article fait une étude de deux toponymes attestés dans des inscriptions du roi médio-élamite Šilhak-Inšušinak I. Les deux toponymes contiennent une orthographie…
 
9,50 €
 
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by Arnaud DELANOY. — In the light of a newly published deciphering of the Cypro-Minoan script, the vascular inscriptions are examined here, in the hope of  finding proper names (anthroponyms, or even toponyms)…
 
9,50 €
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.
 

 

9,50 €
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)…
 
9,50 €