Egyptological


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E·gyp·tol·o·gy

 (ē′jĭp-tŏl′ə-jē)
n.
The study of the culture and artifacts of the ancient Egyptian civilization.

E·gyp′to·log′i·cal (ĭ-jĭp′tə-lŏj′ĭ-kəl) adj.
E′gyp·tol′o·gist n.
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All of the material presented is within the mainstream of current Egyptological thought.
Abydos: The Sacred Land at the Western Horizon is the focus of the Annual Egyptological Colloquium.
Gliddon had been part of a tradition (call it ethnological, biblical, scientific, egyptological and primarily European-American) that by 1837 had already been established in maintaining the anti-African civilizational notion.
DeMille and his creative team did not stop there, however, going beyond Judeo-Christian, Egyptological, historical and literary sources to craft the account of Moses and the Exodus.
Brill, 1970); "An Egyptological Perspective on Exodus," in A F.
His second dissertation, a major work of 803 pages titled Maat, The Moral Ideal in Ancient Egypt: A Study in Classical African Ethics (submitted in 1996) was the most requested work from UMI out of 45,000 dissertations and theses worldwide in 1996, and thus, published as a book in 2002 to receive praise from the Africana Studies and Egyptological communities as a seminal and defining work which has opened up a valuable new dialog with ancient Egyptian thought and culture.
Mailer's understanding of hieroglyphics was largely informed by his research into the seminal Egyptological works of E.
Utilising elements of the Egyptological funk and jazz favoured by Sun Ra and George Clinton, they explore intriguing but defiantly left-field territory.
The book series is entitled Harvard Egyptological Studies.
There are hotels that echo historical themes in certain cities: The Intercontinental Phoenicia reflects the Phoenician feel of the region, several properties in Cairo have incorporated Egyptological elements, yet the brand names of the properties are imported.
This large book is the fifteenth Egyptological monograph on the Dakhleh Oasis Project, and the proceedings of the sixth international conference of the project.
While his professional academic publications primarily focus upon the late Roman frontier of Central Greece, his articles have appeared in Egyptological publications as well.