Middle Egyptian Grammar

 

Dr. Gabor Toth

gtoth@camden.rutgers.edu

 

Rutgers University


“Egyptian philology should never lose sight of the fact that her chief title to existence is as handmaid to the sovereign humanities of literature, history, and the study of the mind of man…In ideal conditions Egyptologists would be compelled to re-translate all their inscriptions and papyri as frequently as revised editions of the great European encyclopaedias are now accustomed to appear.”

-Battiscombe Gunn and Alan H. Gardiner1

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Gabor Toth: Introduction to Middle Egyptian Grammar
through Ancient Writings

Publisher: Linus Learning (August 6, 2013) 382 pages
ISBN-10: 1-60797-353-7, ISBN-13: 978-1-60797-353-9
http://linusbooks.com/?s=Toth Fax: 631 242 0369

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1.   Preface
2.   Table of Contents
3.   Index
4.   Bibliography and Abbreviations
5.   Errata and Notes
6.   Exercises and Solutions

50:615:387 Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphs (3 credits)
Rutgers University – Camden, Fall 2013

Homework(by Denise Hassinger)

Hieroglyphic Signs
(study-aid by Denise Hassinger)

Further Readings and Grammar

Foreword

A. Texts

  1. The Instruction Addressed to Kagemni   JSesh file
  2. Excerpts from the Story of the Shipwrecked Sailor: Part I JSesh file
  3. Excerpts from the Story of the Shipwrecked Sailor: Part II  
  4. The Prophecies of Neferti: Part I  JSesh file
  5. The Prophecies of Neferti: Part II  
  6. Twin Stelae of a Well-Traveled Theban, Khetty JSesh file
  7. The Second Stela of Kamose: Part I  JSesh file
  8. The Second Stela of Kamose: Part II  
  9. The Second Stela of Kamose: Part III  
  10. The Autobiography of Admiral Ahmose: Part I  JSesh file 
  11. The Autobiography of Admiral Ahmose: Part II  
  12. The Autobiography of Admiral Ahmose: Part III  
  13. The Poetical Stela of Thutmose III: Part I  JSesh file
  14. The Poetical Stela of Thutmose III: Part II  
  15. The Inscriptions of Seti I at Al-Kanais/Wadi Mia: Part I  JSesh file
  16. The Inscriptions of Seti I at Al-Kanais/Wadi Mia: Part II  
  17. The Inscriptions of Seti I at Al-Kanais/Wadi Mia: Part III  
  18. Two Harpers’ Songs JSesh file

    Egyptian-English Dictionary

B. Artifacts

C. Stelae

    The Stela of Merer (Cracow) JSesh file
    The Stela of Meri-Maat (Brooklyn) JSesh file
    An Acephalous Stela (JdE28569 Cairo) JSesh file
    The Stela of Sobekhotep from Hatnub JSesh file
    The Stela of Kay (Zagreb) JSesh file
    The Stela of Min-Nakht (Zagreb) JSesh file
    The Stela of the Official Mentuhotep (UC London) JSesh file
    A British Museum Stela (BM EA 233) JSesh file
    The Stela of Khu-Sobek  JSesh file
    The Stela of Pepy (Hermitage) JSesh File
    The Stela of Heru (Hermitage) JSesh File
    The Stela of the “dignitary” Iauti (Louvre 211) JSesh File
    The Stela of Imenyseneb (Louvre 269) JSesh File
    The Stela of Sa-Setet (Louvre 271) JSesh File
    The Stela of Sen-Wosret (Louvre 272) JSesh File
    A Louvre Museum Stela (Louvre 275) JSesh File
    The Stela of Maaty (Louvre C89) JSesh File
    The Stela of Sa-Montu-weser (Florence) JSesh File
    The Stela of Djehuti-nakht (Budapest) JSesh File
    The Stela of Tagemirmut (Budapest) JSesh File

 

EGYPT RING
 http://www.osirisnet.net/egyptring/e_egyptring.htm

1. JEA 4 (1917) p.241.


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