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Corpus of Reliefs of the New Kingdom from the Memphite Necropolis and Lower Egypt by Geoffrey Thorndike Martin1987
Decoration of Egyptian Tombs in the Old Kingdom by Yvonne Harpur1987
Fort Cemetery at Hierakonpolis by Barbara Adams1987
Problems and Priorities in Egypitan Archaeology by Jan Assman1987
Duties of the Vizier by Van Van den G.P.F. Boorn1988
Lost tombs : a study of certain eighteenth dynasty monuments in the Theban Necropolis by Lise Manniche1988
Untersuchungen Zu Den Totenbuch-Papyri Der 18 Dyn by Irmtraut Munro1988
The Cobra Goddess of Ancient Egypt: Predynastic, Early Dynastic and Old Kingdom Periods by Sally B. Johnson1990
Todo Sobre el Valle de los Reyes by C. N. Reeves1990
A Bibliography of the Amarna Period and Its Aftermath: The Reigns of Akhenaten, Smenkhkare, Tutankhamun and Ay by Geoffrey Thorndike Martin1991
The private chapel in ancient Egypt : a study of the chapels in the workmen's village at el Amarna with special reference to Deir el Medina and other sites by Ann H. Bomann1991
Akhenaten's Sed-Festival at Karnak by Jocelyn Gohary1992
The boundary stelae of Akhenaten by William J. Murnane1993
Studies in Archaism of the Egyptian Twenty-Sixth Dynasty by Peter Der Manuelian1994
Askut in Nubia: The Economics and Ideology of Egyptian Imperialism in the Second Millennium B.C. by Stuart Tyson Smith1995
Egypian Solar Religion in the New Kingdom: Re, Amun and the Crisis of Polytheism by Jan Assmann1995
Wine and wine offering in the religion of ancient Egypt by POO1995
Chief of seers : Egyptian studies in memory of Cyril Aldred by Cyril Aldred1997
The New Kingdom royal city by Peter Lacovara1997
Gods, priests, and men : studies in the religion of pharaonic Egypt by Lloyd1998
Royal Annals of Ancient Egypt by Toby A. H. Wilkinson2000

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