By Miriam Lichtheim,Antonio Lopriano,Hans-W Fischer-Elfert,Joseph G. Manning
Volume I outlines the early and sluggish evolution of Egyptian literary genres, together with biographical and ancient inscriptions carved on stone, a few of the periods of literary works written with pen on papyrus, and the mortuary literature that makes a speciality of lifestyles after dying. brought with a brand new foreword via Antonio Loprieno.
Volume II exhibits the fruits of those literary genres in the unmarried interval often called the hot state (1550-1080 B.C.). With a brand new foreword by means of Hans-W. Fischer-Elfert.
Volume III spans the final millennium of Pharaonic civilization, from the 10th century B.C. to the start of the Christian period. With a brand new foreword by means of Joseph G. Manning.
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Ancient Egyptian Literature: Volume I: The Old and Middle Kingdoms: 1 by Miriam Lichtheim,Antonio Lopriano,Hans-W Fischer-Elfert,Joseph G. Manning