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Varia Nova. Egyptian Studies III

"This series of articles also offers fewer reunitings of dispersedinscriptions than its predecessor, although the one that is offered(7/2) is of considerably greater historical importance. And anotherchapter (1) deals with a scarcely less interesting situation, whereinscriptions formerly attributed to a single individual have converselybeen re-assigned to two persons, one of whom was evidentlynamed for the other. But the chief difference in the presentcompilation is the much more extensive series of discussionsconcerning palaeography, which account for a third of the text."

Author(s):  Fischer, Henry G
Format:  Book
Publisher:  The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Publication City:  New York
Date:  1996
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