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Saturday, September 3, 2011

Fs. George R. Hughes

SAOC 39. 
Studies in Honor of George R. Hughes, January 12, 1977.
J. H. Johnson and E. F. Wente, eds. 
Contributors and Contributions:
- J. P. Allen. 
"The Funerary Texts of King Wahkare Akhtoy on a Middle Kingdom Coffin"
- E. Brovarski. 
"Two Monuments of the First Intermediate Period from the Theban Nome"
- M. Ciccarello. 
"Shesmu the Letopolite"
- C. E. DeVries. 
"The Oriental Institute Decorated Censer from Nubia"
- M. Gilula. 
"Shipwrecked Sailor, Lines 184-85"
- L. Habachi. 
"The Royal Scribe Amenmose, Son of Penzerti and Mutemonet: His Monuments in Egypt and Abroad"
- J. H. Johnson. 
"The Dialect of the Demotic Magical Papyrus of London and Leiden"
- L. H. Lesko. "The Shortest Book of Amduat?"
- M. Lichtheim. "The Naucratis Stela Once Again"
- T. J. Logan. "Papyrus Harkness"
- W. J. Murnane. 
"On the Accession Date of Akhenaten"
- C. F. Nims. 
"Ramesseum Sources of Medinet Habu Reliefs"
- R. A. Parker. 
"The Sothic Dating of the Twelfth and Eighteenth Dynasties"
- R. L. Scranton. 
"Of Myth and Santorin"
- D. P. Silverman. 
"Pashed, the Servant of Amon: A Stelophorous Figure in the Oriental Institute Museum"
- E. Thomas. 
"Cairo Ostracon J. 72460"
- E. F. Wente and C. C. Van Siclen III. 
"A Chronology of the New Kingdom"
- R. J. Williams. 
"Some Fragmentary Demotic Wisdom Texts"
- J. A. Wilson. 
"Mrs. Andrews and the 'Tomb of Queen Tiyi'"
- J. Eckenfels. 
"Bibliography of George R. Hughes"

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