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Summary of BSFE 202, last issue published (lThe newsletter is available by accessing the sfe-librairie.com website)

 

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Bulletin of the French Society Egyptology

 Octobre 2019 - February 2020                                                             no 202

Avant-propos

   i  - Compte rendu de la réunion du 9 octobre 2019

   ii - Compte rendu de la réunion du 1er février 2020

   iii - Nos ,

     iv - Communications

 Sitting held on October 9, 2019

  Aurore Ciavatti - Sorbonne University - UMR 8167

          The Octaeterid and the Chronology of the Old Kingdom: Prolegomena

  Anne Boud'hors - CNRS - Institute de research et history engines of the texts

          Edfu at viie century AD: the contribution of the "papyrus jar"

  Julien siesse - Louvre Museum

          Montouhotep-Resséneb: a forgotten governor of Middle Elephantine of the XIIIe dynasty

Session of 1er February 2020

   Massimiliano Nuzzolo - Charles University, Prague - IKKiO-PAN, Varsovie

          The Palermo stone and associated fragments. New discoveries on the oldest Egyptian royal records

Simon Connor - University de Cork

        "Ramessise" statues

Alain Arnaudiès - CNRS - UMS 2409

          A meeting in the large courtyard of the Karnak temple in 1860. Émile Prisse d'Avennes and Jakob August Lorent


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Le Bulletin of the French Society of Egyptology (BSFE

is published twice a year

and deliver the text complete papers presented

during the three annual meetings of the SFE

 

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The Bulletin has been published since 1949 in a small format that makes it special but ... which has evolved!

 In 8° 20 Pages Formerly At Near 100 today he understands the reportconcise but faithful to our three meetings, information about the Company life and especially the text of communications. It sometimes includes a few items additional in connection with the news!

 

 

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 Any SFE member receives it in the format paper twice a year.

It is accessible online for SFE members, and on the website http://sfe-librairie.com/ for the non-member public.

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Responsible for publication: Mme Laetitia Gallet