by University of Chicago P.; Cambridge U.P .
Written in English
|Series||Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago studies in ancient oriental civilization series;no.28|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||111|
The Saite leases are by no means verbose; indeed, they are unusually economical in setting forth only the bare necessities of the agreement. A number of the stipulations which we have learned to expect regularly in the Ptolemaic demotic leases appear only seldom or are not present at all. Egyptian Society during the Twenty-sixth Dynasty John Gee. Egypt in the late seventh and early sixth centuries BC is often considered the last high point of pharaonic civilization. 1 Called the Saite (pronounced say-ite) renaissance because the country’s capital was at Sais in the Delta, the period of the Egyptian Twenty-sixth Dynasty is noted for its magnificent artwork and its attempt . Discover Book Depository's huge selection of George R Hughes books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Catalog of Demotic Texts in the Brooklyn Museum. George R. Hughes. 30 Aug Paperback. Saite Demotic Land Leases. George R. Hughes. 01 Dec Paperback. unavailable. Try AbeBooks. Land Leases and the Legal Lexicon Examining Legal Terminology in Abnormal Hieratic and early Demotic Land Book Donker van Heel, K., Papyrus Louvre E ó ô ñ î: A Land Lease from the Reign Hughes, G.R., Saite Demotic Land Leases. Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilisation Chicago: University Press,
The Demotic Verbal System. Janet H. Johnson. Second printing, with corrections, The Book of the Dead or Going Forth by Day: Ideas of the Ancient Egyptians Concerning the Hereafter as Expressed in Their Own Terms. Translated by Thomas George Allen. Originally published in Download Saite Demotic Land Leases. George Robert. George R. Hughes, Saite Demotic Land Leases (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, ), 3–5, 74–75; for the rates, see the individual documents published in ibid., 9–10, 18, 28–29, 51–52, 68– Such financial excesses may stand in part behind the Book of Mormon condemnation of “priestcraft.”. Leases. Most surviving demotic lease documents are for land (fields, gardens, or orchards). Templates for leases of various objects (a field, weaver’s workshop, brewery, poultry farm, shop, garden, etc.) are conserved in the Hermopolis Legal Code, although as a sort of parenthesis in the broader context of contestations to a property Author: Sandra Lippert. The subject of this paper is the relationship between the Demotic Egyptian Inaros-Petubastis Cycle and the Greek novel. I will not argue that the Greek novel as a whole arose from Egyptian literature; that theory has been rightly laid to rest by scholars working in the area, most recently by Susan Stephens and the late Jack Winkler in their edition of the fragments of the Cited by:
Land and Power in Ptolemaic Egypt The Structure of Land Tenure. Get access. Buy the print book Drawing on both Greek and demotic papyri, as well as hieroglyphic inscriptions and theories taken from the social sciences, Professor Manning argues that the traditional central state 'despotic' model of the Egyptian economy is insufficient Author: J. G. Manning. Book Series; Contact Us; Search in: Advanced search. Home > Chronique d'Egypte > List of Issues > Vol Issue 56 > DOI: / Previous article Next article >. ABZU Browse by Author: H. by Author; by Title; Tip: Leave all fields blank to see all records. Keywords: Subject. Title: Author: Format: Export results to: ABZU Search Results () H. Holland, Thomas A.. Individual Scholarship: Oriental Institute Annual Report. Oriental. The Book of the Dead or Going Forth by Day: Ideas of the Ancient Egyptians Concerning the Hereafter as Expressed in Their Own Terms Translated by Thomas George Allen. SAOC