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Times, Signs and Pyramids: Studies in Honour of Miroslav Verner on the Occassion of His Seventieth Birthday (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 31. Dezember 2012


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Good articles and a superb-quality publication 4. Mai 2013
Von JLee - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
At the time I purchased this book at a conference, I could not find it on Amazon because Amazon has it listed as "Times, Signes et Pyramides." The title of the book I own is "Times, Signs and Pyramids." I'm not sure if this is a different edition or what is going on. Also, Amazon lists the publisher as the Czech Institute, and my copy lists the publisher as the Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague. I hope anyone purchasing this from Amazon will get the same quality publication. The paper is very good quality; the photographs and line drawings are very high quality and very high resolution and show good contrast. You can see every tiny detail. I wish every publisher of books on Ancient Egypt would look these over and try to match them. I've seen way too many gray or blurry illustrations in other books.

This particular book contains a great many articles presented in honor of the renowned Egyptologist, Miroslav Verner, who has worked at Abusir in particular. The articles deal primarily with the Old Kingdom. Most are written in English, but there are a few in French and German. The list of contributors is impressive.

I'll mention a few articles, with apologies to the authors I do not mention; I'm choosing these just because they were the first I read:

Miroslav Barta: An Abusir mastaba from the reign of Huni.
Vivienne Gae Callender: Reflections on Princess Khamerernebty of Abusir.
Zahi Hawass: The discovery of the Pyramid of Queen Sesheshet(?) at Saqqara.
Naguib Kanawati: The Memphis tomb of Qar of Edfu.
Renata Landgrafova: The oldest known scene of the purification of the king.
Rainer Stadelmann: Where were the queens of the Early Dynastic time buried.

This is not a beginner book. If you only have a casual interest in Ancient Egypt, you should look somewhere else. This book represents serious research, and it is full of fascinating and informative articles. I found it worth the price.
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