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Formerly the Yale Egyptological Seminar, YEI was founded in 1986 and has since published widely in the field of Egyptology, including surveys of Egyptian religion, history and philology. The Yale Egyptological Studies series also includes important text editions, ranging from funerary papyri to monumental hieroglyphic inscriptions.

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Adoration of the Ram

This new study, the first extensive commentary on the five liturgically connected hymns, features new translations with detailed notes. The book also considers dominant theological themes present in the texts, including the concept of "Amun within the Iris." 

Paperback    £45.00
9780974002521 | Published: 2006
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Archaism and Innovation

The current volume assembles a series of studies of Middle Kingdom culture gathered around the theme of archaism, change and innovation.

Hardback    £143.00
9780980206517 | Published: 2009
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The Classic Christian Townsite at Arminna West

An illustrated report on the 1963 excavation of a town in Lower Nubia which dated to the Christian Period which reached its zenith between c.AD 850 and 1100. Includes a general discussion of the town's history and its relations with Egypt and the rest of Nubia.

Hardback    £41.00
9781931707152 | Published: 1967
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A Commemoration Ritual for Senwosret I

A Commemoration Ritual for Senwosret I is better known as the Ramesseum Dramatic Papyrus.  This book examines the fabrication of the manuscript and its present condition. Incl. an updated translation and grammatical analysis of the text, photographs of the manuscript and digital drawings of the papyrus. 16 col. plates, 39 b&w illus.

Paperback    £39.00
9780974002590 | Published: 2018
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Echoes of Egypt

Echoes of Egypt is a catalogue accompanying an exhibit at Yale's Peabody Museum of Natural History. Documenting two thousand years of the reception of ancient Egypt throughout the world, Echoes of Egypt transcends the typical account on Nineteenth and Twentieth Century 'Egyptomania'.

Paperback    £16.00
9781933789002 | Published: 2013
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Feasts and Fights

A summary of Spalinger's ideas at the time of the Yale lectures in 2012, this study covers the development of Richard Parker's seminal study from 1950 and into the present stage of scholarship, including the military aspects of New Kingdom warfare, with emphasis placed upon Seti I and logistical arrangements. 10 b&w illus.

Paperback    £29.00
9780974002583 | Published: 2018
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Future at Issue

This is a technical study of Middle Egyptian grammar aimed at enhancing our understanding of tense, mood and aspect; a difficult area of research because, as the author notes, `we have no informants, since the discovered mummies have so far stubbornly refused to speak and are not expected to change their minds in the future'.

Paperback    £29.00
9780912532219 | Published: 1990
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The Great Karnak Inscription of Merneptah

The Great Karnak Inscription of Merneptah's 5th regnal year, the longest surviving continuous monumental text from Egypt, describes the combined Libyan and Sea People invasion of Egypt c.1208 BCE. This new study, the first complete commentary on this damaged text, begins with a translation of the text, accompanied by detailed notes.

Paperback    £37.00
9780974002507 | Published: 2004
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Inscribed Material from the Pennsylvania-Yale Excavations at Abydos

An illustrated catalogue of inscriptions recorded during excavatione between 1967-69. The inscriptions comprise literary and religious ostraca, construction records, Middle Kingdom texts from the chapel area, inscribed potsherds, bricks, seals and other objects.

Hardback    £61.00
9780912532394 | Published: 1995
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The Inscription of Queen Katimala at Semna

This is the first complete translation and commentary on the important tableau and inscription of Queen Katimala at Semna. The inscription is not illegible, as has often been stated, but is a well-composed Lower Nubian example of a politico-religious manifesto applying many of the conventions of early Egyptian literary and historical compositions.

Paperback    £29.00
9780974002538 | Published: 2006
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