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Iran, Nuclear Power And The Bomb, John Turner Sep 2007

Iran, Nuclear Power And The Bomb, John Turner

John P. Turner

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Religious Literature Of Late Period And Greco-Roman Egypt, Jacqueline Jay Dec 2006

Religious Literature Of Late Period And Greco-Roman Egypt, Jacqueline Jay

Jacqueline E. Jay

Although Egypt was ruled by foreigners during most of the Late and Greco-Roman periods, native religious traditions remained strong and the period witnessed the production of a wide variety of religious texts written in the Egyptian language. This article presents many of the major religious texts of Egypt's Late and Greco-Roman periods and comments on the trends of continuity and change that they suggest. It is divided into three sections. The first discusses texts written on temple walls or on papyri stored in temple scriptoria which speak to the ritual and theological activities of the priesthood. The second examines ...


Syntactic And Lexico-Semantic Aspects Of The Legal Register In Ramesside Royal Decrees, Jacqueline E. Jay Dec 2006

Syntactic And Lexico-Semantic Aspects Of The Legal Register In Ramesside Royal Decrees, Jacqueline E. Jay

Jacqueline E. Jay

Book Review This book is the fifth in the GOFIV series to examine how hieroglyphic "determinatives" (or "script classifiers") reflect the way the ancient Egyptians classified and categorized the elements of their world. The bulk of the book is a section-by-section transliteration, translation, and analysis of the Ramesside royal decrees, divided into four generic subsets


Syntactic And Lexico-Semantic Aspects Of The Legal Register In Ramesside Royal Decrees, Jacqueline E. Jay Dec 2006

Syntactic And Lexico-Semantic Aspects Of The Legal Register In Ramesside Royal Decrees, Jacqueline E. Jay

Jacqueline E. Jay

This book is the fifth in the GOFIV series to examine how hieroglyphic "determinatives" (or "script classifiers") reflect the way the ancient Egyptians classified and categorized the elements of their world.