Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Newly available online publications at the Oriental Institute

The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago announces the publication of eleven older Egyptological titles, most available exclusively online and two also in print. These are the first of the 125 volumes scanned to be released. Internet publication of these volumes was made possible with the generous support of Misty and Lewis Gruber.

MISC. Egyptology at the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago. By the Oriental Institute Egyptologists. 1983

OIP 10. Paleolithic Man and the Nile-Faiyum Divide: A Study of the Region during Pliocene and Pleistocene Times. By K. S. Sandford and W. J. Arkell. Oriental Institute Publications 10. 1929. Kindly note that this volume is also available in print.

OIP 49. The Egyptian Coffin Texts, Volume 2: Texts of Spells 76-163.
By Adriaan De Buck. Oriental Institute Publications 49. 1938

OIP 80. Demotic Ostraca from Medinet Habu. By Miriam Lichtheim.
Oriental Institute Publications 80. 1957

OIP 81. The Egyptian Coffin Texts, Volume 6: Texts of Spells 472-787.
By Adriaan de Buck. Oriental Institute Publications 81. 1956

OIC 5. Medinet Habu 1924-28. Part 1: The Epigraphic Survey of the Great Temple of Medinet Habu (Seasons 1924-25 to 1927-28). By Harold H. Nelson. Part 2: The Architectural Survey of the Great Temple and Palace of Medinet Habu (Season 1927-28). By Uvo Hölscher. Oriental Institute Communications 5. 1929

SAOC 1. Notes on Egyptian Marriage Chiefly in the Ptolemaic Period. By William F. Edgerton. Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilization 1. 1931

SAOC 37. 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. Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilization 37. 1974

OINE 6. Excavations Between Abu Simbel and the Sudan Frontier, Part 6.
New Kingdom Remains from Cemeteries R, V, S, and W at Qustul and Cemetery K at Adindan. By Bruce Beyer Williams. With a Contribution by William J. Murnane. Oriental Institute Nubian Expedition 6. 1992.
Kindly note that this volume is also available in print.

MISC. Early Hydraulic Civilization in Egypt: A Study in Cultural Ecology. By Karl W. Butzer. 1976

MISC. United with Eternity: A Concise Guide to the Monuments of Medinet Habu. By William J. Murnane. With a foreword by Kent R. Weeks.

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