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  1. archeology of ancient Egyptian artifacts
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How To Use Egyptology In A Sentence

  • In these we behold groups of what are called in Egyptology "ideographs;" that is to say, pictures of objects arranged for the purpose of conveying sequences of ideas, but without any of those connecting links which language supplies. Pharaohs, Fellahs and Explorers
  • Ed Greenwood edgar rice burroughs editing editor editorial advice editors edward cullen edward is a sexy beast edward scissorhands edward sorel ee knight egyptology eisner award eisner awards eisner shakedown eisners In Defense of George R. R. Martin - Suvudu - Science Fiction and Fantasy Books, Movies, and Games
  • What is unfortunate is that Peters, who has a doctorate in Egyptology, doesn’t do more to give readers the benefit of her broad background, other than to have the couple constantly going on various quests that remain at the level of Raiders of the Lost Ark simplicity. A River in the Sky by Elizabeth Peters: Book summary
  • Jaromir Malek studied Egyptology and archaeology at Charles University, Prague.
  • Explosive growth has even come to Egyptology, thanks to the ease with which source materials can now be distributed by CD and online.
  • He was planning to do graduate work in Egyptology, a field that the Afrocentrists had annexed to black studies.
  • A: In many European countries, it is possible to start Egyptology at an undergraduate level. This is particularly true in the UK, France and Germany.
  • Although undoubtedly he made many enemies through a combination of conceit, arrogance and a quick temper, Bankes was an important early figure in Nubian and Near Eastern archaeology, and the nascent study of Egyptology.
  • Even the great Mariette Pacha, father of ‘serious’ Egyptology, drew for Aida costumes that were on the sulfurous side, such as baboons at the feet of Radames!
  • That story and Carter’s life are inspirational, even if you don’t have much interest in Egyptology. Secrets of the Crypt - Arthur Phillips talks about how he came to write The Egyptologist
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