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Studies in Ancient Art and Civilization, vol. 18

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Studies in Ancient Art and Civilization, vol. 18, Proceedings of the Sixth Central European Conference of Egyptologists, Egypt 2012: Perspectives of Research held in Krakow, Jagiellonian University, Krakow 2014

In memoriam Harold M. Hays (1965-2013)
Urszula Stepien
The flint industry of Tell el-Farkha in the Predynastic period - old and new perspectives
Agnieszka Maczynska
The Nile Delta as a center of cultural interaction between Upper Egypt and the southern Levant in the 4th millennium BC
Sakura Sanada
The implications of applying the Vienna System to published data on Prehistoric pottery in Lower Egypt
Magdalena Sobas
Bread mould potmarks from a Protodynastic and Early Dynastic
site in the Nile Delta, Egypt. A view from Tell el-Farkha
Teodozja I. Rzeuska
In the shadow of Wepwawet. An early necropolis
Magdalena Kazimierczak
Pottery from Tell el-Murra graves. Seasons 2011-2012
Andrzej Cwiek
Red and black world
Joanna Popielska-Grzybowska
Picturing the pharaoh through language - remarks on the linguistic image of the Egyptian king in the Old Kingdom religious texts
Natalia Malecka-Drozd
Notes on the origin of casemate foundation platforms in ancient Egypt
Johannes Stefan G. Auenmiiller
The location of New Kingdom elite tombs - space, place and significance
Piotr Czerkwinski
The beard of Rameses VI
Grzegorz First
Polykephalos - some remarks on multi-headed nature of Late Egyptian polymorphic deities
Maxim Kupreyev
The origins and development of the definite article in Egyptian-Coptic
Wojciech Ejsmond, Lukasz Przewlocki
Some remarks on cat mummies in light of the examination of artefacts from the National Museum in Warsaw collection.
Mariusz Izydor Prokopowicz
The ancient Egyptian second infinitive?
'iw + subject + r + infinitive' interpreted through the Biblical
infinitive absolute and the Polish second infinitive
Mladen Tomorad, Mislav Cavka, Igor Uranic, Kristina Sekrst
Current egyptological research in Croatia
Amir Golani
More perspectives on the late prehistoric site of Qiryat Ata: a rejoinder to Eliot Braun
Editorial Note