“La Pronuncia dell’Antica Lingua Egizia” II parte

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AMNTE NOFRE (Amentet Neferet)

Siamo lieti di presentarvi la seconda parte del nostro studio dedicato alla ricostruzione della pronuncia e del sistema fonetico della Lingua Egizia, giĂ  pubblicato nella Rivista Hellenismo- Thargelion 2790.
We are very glad to present you the second part of our study (in italian language) dedicated to the reconstruction of the phonetic system and the pronunciation of the Ancient Egyptian language.
Already published in the on-line italian magazine “Hellenismo”: Rivista Hellenismo- Thargelion 2790.
As soon as possible it will be translated in english and shared.
(cliccare sull’immagine per aprire il link/
click on the image to open the link)

Indice:
– Sillabe e Accento
– Le Vocali Formative e le Vocali Ausiliarie, le regole di base del sistema vocalico della Lingua
Egizia
– Le teorie sulle sillabe
– I tre stati delle parole

Disponibile anche sul sito academia.edu:

https://www.academia.edu/7188836/La_pronuncia_dellantica_lingua_egizia_-_II_parte

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“La Pronuncia dell’Antica Lingua Egizia” I parte

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AMNTE NOFRE (Amentet Neferet)

Siamo lieti di presentarvi la prima parte del nostro studio dedicato alla ricostruzione della pronuncia e del sistema fonetico della Lingua Egizia, giĂ  pubblicato nella Rivista Hellenismo- Elaphebolion 2790.
We are very glad to present you the first part of our study (in italian language) dedicated to the reconstruction of the phonetic system and the pronunciation of the Ancient Egyptian language.
Already published in the on-line italian magazine “Hellenismo”: Rivista Hellenismo- Elaphebolion 2790.
As soon as possible it will be translated in english and shared.
(cliccare sull’immagine per aprire il link/
click on the image to open the link)

Indice:
“La pronuncia dell’antica lingua egizia”:
– Introduzione
– Introduzione all’Egiziano: fasi del linguaggio, sistemi di scrittura, e il Copto
– L’ Alfabeto copto e la pronuncia delle lettere
– La Pronuncia delle Consonanti

Disponibile anche sul sito academia.edu:

http://www.academia.edu/6911595/La_pronuncia_dell_antica_lingua_egizia_-_I_parte

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New light under old wrappings (II): The temple singer Perenbast

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Egypt at the Manchester Museum

Perenbast about to be CT-scanned at the Manchester Children's Hospital Perenbast about to be CT-scanned at the Manchester Children’s Hospital

The British Museum opens its latest exhibition, Ancient Lives, New Discoveries, this week. Here in Manchester, which the exhibition acknowledges is the home of mummy studies, we have been carrying out similar research on our 20 human mummies, and many of the discoveries we have made tie in with those presented in the BM exhibition.

Between 1908 and 1909, while clearing the courtyards of some New Kingdom tombs on the Luxor west bank at Qurna, W. M. Flinders Petrie discovered an unopened tomb of “about the 25th Dynasty.” This camped space turned out to contain the burials of a man and a woman, presumably husband and wife, which can now be dated to the 22nd Dynasty based on their funerary provisions and the iconography of their coffins. In addition to the coffins, the burial contained a…

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