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Joyful in Thebes
Egyptological Studies in Honor of Betsy M. Bryan

Edited by Richard Jasnow and Kathlyn M. Cooney

Joyful in Thebes
Hardback, 511 pages £90.00
Published: 2015
ISBN: 9781937040406
Format: 279mm x 216mm
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Subjects: Egyptology, Lockwood Press


The Journal of the Canadian Society for Coptic Studies is published annually on behalf of the Canadian Society for Coptic Studies by Lockwood Press. The Canadian Society for Coptic Studies is a Toronto-based nonprofit organization whose purpose is to bring together individuals interested in Coptic studies and to promote the dissemination of scholarly information on Coptic Studies through the organization of meetings and conferences and through the preparation of scholarly works for publication.









‘This impressive collection of essays has been assembled as a Festschrift in honour of the American Egyptologist Betsy Bryan. At some 500 pages in length, this weighty volume contains a significant amount of fresh and exciting scholarship
It would be true to say that there is something for everyone interested in Egyptology here’
Campbell Price, Ancient Egypt April/May 2017





Richard Jasnowis Professor of Egyptology at Johns Hopkins University. Previous publications include A Late Period Hieratic Wisdom Text and The Ancient Egyptian Book of Thoth (with Karl-Theodor Zauzich).

Kathlyn M. Cooney is associate professor of Egyptian Art and Architecture at UCLA. She is author of The Cost of Death: The Social and Economic Value of Ancient Egyptian Funerary Art in the Ramesside Period and The Woman Who Would Be King: Hatshepsut's Rise to Power in Ancient Egypt.                                                                 




Publication Details:


Binding:
 Hardback , 511 pages
ISBN:
 9781937040406
Format:
 279mm x 216mm

BIC Code:
 HDDG
BISAC Code:
  HIS002030, SOC003000
Imprint:
 Lockwood Press


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