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N ° 1 of June 1949

  • Presentation of the bulletin
  • Minutes of the general meeting of Wednesday 20 October 1948
  • Minutes of the meeting of Monday 7 March 1949.

2 N ° of October 1949

  • The work of the Montet mission in Tanis and Behbeit el-Haggar in 1948 and 1949, by Pierre Montet, professor at the Collège de France
  • The hammering of the Ethiopian royal names and the Psametik II nubian campaign, by Jean Yoyotte and Serge Sauneron
  • About the pyramids, by Jean-Philippe Lauer, DPLG architect of the Antiquities Service of Egypt.

N ° 3 of February 1949

4 N ° of October 1950

N ° 5 of December 1950

N ° 6 of April 1951

N ° 7 of June 1951

  • Saint-Antoine and Saint-Paul-du-Desert, by Pierre du Bourguet
  • The tomb of Ankhtifi, by Jacques Vandier

November 8 N ° 1951

  • Little known masterpieces of Egyptian art in the collections of the United States, by Jean Sainte Fare-Garnot
  • Aspects and fate of an Egyptian magic theme: threats including the gods, by Serge Sauneron

N ° 9 of February 1952

N ° 10 of June 1952

11 N ° of October 1952

  • On a date of the reign of Psamétik I, by E. Cavaignac
  • Activities of American Egyptology (in memory of Brown University), by Gérard Godron
  • About a monument copied by G. Daressy (Contribution to Literary History), by Jean Yoyotte
  • Ptah Patque and the Dwarf Goldsmiths, by Pierre Montet

N ° 12 of February 1953

N ° 13 of June 1953

  • A suggestion about an alabaster bucket, by Alain Riottot
  • The dating of Coptic fabrics, by Pierre du Bourguet
  • The painting of Romano-Egyptian portraits, by E. Coche de la Ferte.

14 N ° of October 1953

  • Report on a mission to Cyrenaica, March-April 1953, by Pierre Montet

N ° 15 of February 1954

  • Works and discoveries in Saqqara (1952-53 Campaign), by Jean-Philippe Lauer
  • The coins of nomes in Roman Egypt, by Jacques Schwartz.

16 N ° of October 1954

N ° 17 of February 1955

18 of July 1955

  • The works of the Service of Antiquities in Saqqara, 1953 campaign, by Jean-Philippe Lauer
  • The discoveries of Karnak in 1953-1954 by Henri Chevrier.

19 N ° of October 1955

N ° 20 of February 1956

N ° 21 of June 1956

  • Egypt-Africa: Some remarks on the dissemination of Egyptian monuments in Africa, by Jean Leclant
  • An Egyptian theme in a goliardic poem of the Christian Middle Ages, by M. Stracmans, professor at the University of Brussels.

November 22 N ° 1956

N ° 23 of May 1957

November 24 N ° 1957

N ° 25 of March 1958

  • Bible and Egyptology: the function of Potiphar, by J. Vercote
  • Walk through the ancient sites of the delta, by Jean Yoyotte.

26 of July 1958

November 27 N ° 1958

  • An unknown pioneer of Egyptology: Count Louis de Vaucelles (1798-1853), by Pierre du Bourguet
  • Greek epigraphy research at Abou-Simbel (Nubia), by André Bernand.

N ° 28 / 29 of March / July 1959

  • The tombs of the Valley of the Kings before and after; the Amarnian heresy, by Alexandre Piankoff
  • The chariot in the Egyptian glyptic, by Etienne Drioton
  • Some little-known monuments of Egyptian art in the collections of Japan, by Jean Leclant

November 30 N ° 1959

  • Archaeological research of the Egyptian University in Tounah-el-Gebel, necropolis of Hermopolis, by Sami Gabra
  • Variants in the legends of Osiris and Horus, by Etienne Drioton

N ° 31 of March 1960

  • From classical Greece to Hellenistic Egypt, by Claire Préaux
  • The talisman of Osorkon's victory, by Jean Yoyotte

N ° 32 of December 1961

  • Souvenirs on Étienne Drioton, by Jean Sainte Fare Garnot
  • The journey of Jean-Nicolas Huyot in Egypt (1818-1819) and the manuscripts of Nestor Lhote, by Jean Leclant
  • The legend of Methyer's seven sayings at the Temple of Esna, by Serge Sauneron

N ° 33 of March 1962

N ° 34 / 35 of December 1962

  • The theory of the three cycles of ancient Egyptian history, by Jacques Pirenne
  • Considerations on the coherence of documents under Egyptian law, by Aristide Théodoridès;
  • The land regime and social evolution in Egypt lagide, by Roger Remondon
  • On the excavations of Soleb 1961-1962, by Jean Sainte-Fare Garnot
  • Unpublished letter by Nestor Lhote: portrait of Mehemet Ali in 1838, presented by J. Vandier d'Abbadie
  • Souvenirs about Étienne Drioton (II), by Jean Sainte-Fare Garnot.

N ° 36 of March 1963

  • In memoriam: Jean Saint Fare Garnot (1908-1963)
  • Mummies in the Buddhist religion in the Far East, by Rolf A. Stein
  • The Egyptian collection of the Budapest Museum of Fine Arts, by Edith Varga.

N ° 37 / 38 of December 1963

  • Overview of the excavations and research in Sudanese Nubia (1962-1963 Campaign), by Jean Leclant
  • Two months of excavations at Mirgissa in Sudanese Nubia, by Jean Vercoutter
  • Work done in Saqqara in the winter 1962-1963, by Jean-Philippe Lauer
  • Diary of a trip to Basse-Nubie from Linant de Bellefonds, presented by Jean Vercoutter

N ° 39 of April 1964

  • The Egyptian collection of Grenoble, by Gabrielle Kuény, curator of the museum of Grenoble
  • The white chapel of Sesostris Ier, by Henri Chevrier.

40 of July 1964

November 41 N ° 1964

  • The work of the historical and geographical studies company of the Isthmus of Suez from 1946 to 1956, by Jean-Édouard Goby, civil engineer of the Ponts et Chaussées
  • Diary of a trip to Lower Nubia from Linant de Bellefonds (continuation): Return from Wadi Halfa to Cairo (June-July 1822), Mrs Shinnie.

N ° 42 of March 1965

  • Archaeological research in Tomas in 1961 and 1964, by Jean Leclant
  • Perspectives on Exodus, by Henri Cazelles
  • Was Cleopatra ugly ?, by France Le Corsu.

43 of July 1965

N ° 44 of December 1965

  • Two Greek-Egyptian portraits of NY-Carlsberg glyptotheque, by O. Koefoed-Petersen
  • An unpublished fragment of the stone of Palermo, by JL de Cenival.

N ° 45 of April 1966

  • Saharan contribution to the study of questions concerning ancient Egypt, by General Paul Huard
  • An unpublished description of Abu Simbel: the manuscript of Colonel Straton, presentation by France Le Corsu.

46 of July 1966

  • A return to Tanis (April-May 1965), by Jean Yoyotte
  • Recent researches at the pyramid of Téti, in Saqqara, by Jean Leclant
  • Reflections on the decoration of pylons, by Philippe Derchain.

N ° 47 of December 1966

  • The repudiation of women in Egypt and ancient Oriental rights, by A. Theodorides
  • Works in the necropolis of Saqqara (1965-1966 campaign), by Jean-Philippe Lauer

N ° 48 of March 1967

  • Technique at the service of art in the Coptic tapestry, by P. du Bourguet
  • Alexandria and its umbilical cord, by André Bernand.

49 of July 1967

  • State of research in Mirgissa, by Jean Vercoutter
  • Ophthalmology in ancient Egypt, by Dr. M.-A. Dolleus.

N ° 50 of December 1967

  • Meroitic studies. State of the questions, by Jean Leclant
  • The papyri of Abousir, by P. Posener-Krieger.

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N ° 51 of March 1968

Twenty years of acquisitions by the Department of Egyptian Antiquities of the Louvre Museum, by J.-L. Cenival;
A Pompeian oratory dedicated to Dyonisos-Osiris, by France Le Corsu.


52 of July 1968

Six years of excavations in Mirgissa, by Jean Vercoutter ;
Works and research in Saqqara (1966-67 and 1967-68 campaigns), by Jean-Philippe Lauer.


53 / 54 of February 1969

The new Abu Simbel site and its small temple, by Christiane Desroches Noblecourt ;
The temple of the sphinx at Giza and the two axes of the Egyptian world, by S. Schott;
The god Serapis and the genius of Messalla, by Pierre Grimal.


55 of July 1969

The excavations of Tabo (1965-1969), by Charles Maystre ;
Dating in ancient Egypt; their chronological exploitation, by André Pochan.


November 56 N ° 1969

Tribute to Frédéric Cailliaud, of Nantes (1787-1869), by Jean Leclant ;
Works and discoveries in Saqqara (1968-1969 Campaign), by Jean-Philippe Lauer ;
The Carians in Egypt, by Olivier Masson.


N ° 57 of March 1970

The sacred objects of Hathor at the temple of Dendara, by François Daumas ;
Four years of research on Tanis (1966-1969), by Jean Yoyotte.


N ° 58 of June 1970

Research at the pyramid of Pepi Ier (Saqqara, 1966-1970), by Jean Leclant ;
New excavations of Sai (Nilotic Sudan), by Jean Vercoutter.


59 N ° of October 1970

Coptic Monasteries of Middle Egypt, by Jean Doresse;
Some examples of the type of "parvenu" in ancient Egypt, for example Pascal Vernus.


N ° 60 of February 1971

The burial of the divine father Psamétik, son of the lady Sbarekhy, by Jean Yoyotte ;
Cypriots in Egypt, by Olivier Masson.


N ° 61 of June 1971

The recent excavations in Egypt of the University of Rome, by Sergio Donadoni;
The exterior decoration of the pronaos of the temple of Edfu, by Paul Barguet.


62 N ° of October 1971

The Egyptian and egyptizing monuments of Paris, by Jean Humbert;
Works and Discoveries at Saqqara (1970-1971), by Jean-Philippe Lauer.


N ° 63 of March 1972

Computer Science and Archeology, by R. Ginouvès;
Description and analysis of Egyptian antiquities by computer science, Dietrich Wildung ;
Using the computer to build a citation index. Application to the texts of the pyramids, by Claude Crozier-Brelot;
The recording by computer of the Meroitic epigraphy repertoire, by Jean Leclant.


N ° 64 of June 1972

The Franco-Tuscan Expedition in Egypt and Nubia (1828-1829) and the Egyptian Antiquities of Italy, by Edda Bresciani;
The Adorers of the Third Intermediate Period. About a masterpiece brought back from Egypt by Champollion, by Jean Yoyotte.


65 N ° of October 1972

Jean-François Champollion and Italy, by Silvio Curto;
Jacques-Joseph and Jean-François Champollion, the birth of a genius, by Ch. O. Carbonell.


N ° 66 of March 1973

Archaeological work in the Assassif (1970-1972), by Herman de Meulenaere ;
Works of the First Institute of Egypt (1798-1801), by J.-E. Goby.


N ° 67 of June 1973

The Franco-Egyptian Center for the Study of the Temples of Karnak; six years of activity, by Jean Lauffray;
Reflections on topography and toponymy of the Cairo region, by Jean Yoyotte.


68 N ° of October 1973

About an Egyptian military man of the Roman period, by P. du Bourguet;
Deity in Pharaonic Law, by Schafik Allam.


N ° 69 of March 1974

The mastaba of Neferirtenef, by Baudouin Van de Walle ;
Maya, the lover of statues. About three famous statues of the Leiden Museum and a forgotten burial in Saqqara, by Hans D. Schneider.


N ° 70 / 71 of June / October 1974

The mother of Apis: recent excavations of the Egypt Exploration Society in Saqqara North, by HS Smith;
State of research in Saï, by Jean Vercoutter ;
Priests and Theban cults in the light of Egyptian and Greek documents, by Jan Quaegebeur.


N ° 72 of March 1975

The obelisk Albani (in Munich) before its transfer to Paris, by HW Müller;
The dimensions of the temple of Edfu and their meaning, by Paul Barguet.


N ° 73 of June 1975

Objectivity of Egyptian portraits, by Claude Vandersleyen ;
"Pount" project: an attempt to reconstitute an antique ship and navigation, by A. Gil-Artagnan;
The Sementiou and the exploitation of mining areas in the Old Kingdom, by Jean Yoyotte.


74 N ° of October 1975

Present state of Nubian studies, by Jean Leclant ;
Contribution to the History of the Royal Hideout of Deir-el-Bahari, by Michel Dewachter.


N ° 75 of March 1976

The so-called "Shrine of Karnak" according to Budge, by Thomas Garnet Henry James ;
The role of women in the clergy of Amon at the 18th dynasty, by Michel Gitton.


N ° 76 of June 1976

About the painted funerary canvas found recently in Saqqara, by Edda Bresciani ;
Coptic graffiti of Bagawat (Kharga oasis); preliminary remarks, by G. Roquet.


October 77 / 78 1976 / March 1977

Horemheb's tomb at Saqqara, by Geoffrey T. Martin;
Research at the pyramid of Pepi Ier at Saqqara (1972-1976) by Jean Leclant ;
"Osorkon son of Mehytouskeh", a forgotten pharaoh, by Jean Yoyotte ;
The sistro Strozzi (about the cult objects isiaques in Italy), by Nicole Genaille.

N ° 79 of June 1977

Recent discoveries in Sudan: the excavation of el-Kadada, by Francis Geus;
The ibis, Thoth and the cubit, by Alain-Pierre Zivie.


80 N ° of October 1977

The mission of L. Méhédin in Egypt (1861), by Marc-Adrien Dollfus;
Between Thebes and Erment: the temple of Deir Chellouit, by Christiane Zivie-Coche.


N ° 81 of March 1978

Excavations and works of the University of Tel Aviv. Recent Egyptian discoveries, by Raphaël Giveon;
The gate of Tiberius to Medamoud. The story of a publication, by Dominique Valbelle.


N ° 82 of June 1978

The succession of Tutankhamun, by Robert Hari;
Cleopatra-Isis, by France The Corsu.


83 N ° of October 1978

Operation Ramses II. Contribution of laboratories to Egyptology, by Lionel Balout, Director of the Institute of Human Palaeontology and Colette Roubet, Deputy Director of the Prehistory Laboratory at the National Museum of Natural History;
The "ruined" pyramid of Saqqara North and Menkaouhor, by Jocelyne Berlandini.


N ° 84 of March 1979

The excavation of the mastaba V of Balat (Dakhleh oasis), by Michel Valloggia ;
An Amarnian-era tomb in Saqqara, by Alain-Pierre Zivie ;
The peristyle court of Thutmosis IV at Karnak, by Bernadette Letellier.


N ° 85 of June 1979

Douch snatched from the sand, by Pascal Vernus ;
Manifestations of personal piety in Karnak, by Claude Traunecker, Franco-Egyptian center of Karnak.


86 N ° of October 1979

Assessment of the IIe International Congress of Egyptologists. Grenoble, 10-15 September 1979, by Jean Leclant ;
From the use of the relief in the hollow to the Ramesside period, by Claude Vandersleyen.


N ° 87 / 88 of March / May 1980

How the Egyptians wrote a treatise on royalty, by Philippe Derchain ;
About two monumental groups in Karnak, by Michel Dewachter ;
The misadventures of the conjurer of Serket Onnophris and his tomb, by Frédérique Von Kaenel;
A monumental litany of granite. The Sekmet of Amenophis III and the permanent conjuration of the Dangerous Goddess, by Jean Yoyotte.


89 N ° of October 1980

Scenes of harvest: a tapestry of Roman times, by Marie-Hélène Rutschowscaya;
The clearing of Ta-Nedjemy's tomb. A contribution to the history of the Valley of the Queens, by Christian Leblanc.


N ° 90 of April 1981

Humanity of Auguste Mariette, by Jacques Cassar, secretary general of the Committee of the centenary of the death of Mariette Pasha;
An unprecedented discovery of Mariette, the bronzes of the serapeum, by Christiane Ziegler.


N ° 91 of June 1981

The archaeological research of the Czechoslovak Institute of Egyptology in Abousir, by Miroslav Verner ;
"Per-Merou" (Kommir) and the district of the gazelle in the third nome of Upper Egypt, by Mohamed el-Saghir and Dominique Valbelle.


92 N ° of October 1981

Five years of IFAO excavations in the oases, by Jean Vercoutter ;
General Djéhouty and the perception of the Syrian tribes. Chat about a lost object, by Jean Yoyotte.


N ° 93 of March 1982

The new excavations of Tod. General results of the first four seasons of research - 1980 Spring - Autumn 1981, by Christiane Desroches Noblecourt ;
The "golden heads" of the Douch necropolis, by Françoise Dunand.


N ° 94 of June 1982

The Manicheans in Egypt, by Michel Tardieu;
Du millennium BC during the Meroitic period: the last excavations in Nilotic Sudan, by Francis Geus.


95 N ° of October 1982

In the footsteps of Champollion in Egypt and Nubia, by Jean Vercoutter ;
Champollion and the Academy, by Robert Marichal;
Champollion and the Collège de France, by Jean Leclant ;
Champollion and the Louvre Museum, by Pierre Quoniam;
Champollion and Coptic Studies, by Pierre du Bourguet;
Champollion and the Egyptian pantheon, by Jean Yoyotte.


N ° 96 of March 1983

The beginnings of the domestication of plants and animals in the Nile countries, by Lech Krzyzaniak;
Middle Egypt: Methods of Bibliographic Investigation and Priorities, by Thierry Zimmer.


N ° 97 of June 1983

The work of the mission of Coptic paintings at St. Antoine, by Paul Van Moorsel;
The hand in Egyptian objects: archaeological approach of a symbolic structure, by Claude Sourdive.


98 N ° of October 1983

Apis and the Menat, by Jan Quaegebeur ;
Three seasons in Saqqara: the tombs of Bubastéïon, by Alain-Pierre Zivie.


N ° 99 of March 1984

The papyri of Turin, by Alessandro Roccati ;
The chapel of Sety Ier. New discoveries: the goddesses? Smt and Mn-nfr, by Jocelyne Berlandini.


N ° 100 of June 1984

The excavations of the Louvre museum in Tôd in 1982-1983, by Christiane Desroches Noblecourt ;
The courtiers of Psousnes and their tombs of Tanis, by Frederique Von Kaenel.

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101 N ° of October 1984

Kom Ombo and its cult relief, by Adolphe Gutbub;
Exploitation of the manuscripts of a nineteenth-century Egyptologist: Prisse d'Avennes, by Michel Dewachter


N ° 102 of March 1985

New aspects of women in Pharaonic Egypt. Scientific results of an exhibition, by Dietrich Wildung ;
Lithic industry in Egypt: about the excavations of? Ain-Asil (Oasis of Dakhla), by Beatrix Midant-Reynes.


N ° 103 of June 1985

An original political instrument: the "Beautiful feast of p? -N? R" of the kings-priests of the XXIe dynasty, by Jean-Marie Kruchten;
Egypt in museums, castles, libraries and learned societies of the province, by Michel Dewachter.


104 N ° of October 1985

Little-Known Objects of the Turin Museum, by Anna Maria Donadoni-Roveri ;
The acquisitions of the Charles X museum, by Monique Kanawaty.


N ° 105 of March 1986

The Book of the Dead in the New Kingdom at the Leiden Museum, by Heerman van Voos;
Prologue to a corpus of royal stelae of the XXVIe dynastyBy Olivier Perdu.


N ° 106 of June 1986

Recent discoveries at the Ramesseum, by F. Hassanein, G. Lecuyot, A.-M. Loyrette, Monique Nelson;
Presentation of the newly discovered stelae at Serapeum, by Mohammed Ibrahim Aly, Ramzy Nageb, Didier Devauchelle, François-René Herbin.


107 N ° of October 1986

Amenophis IV and Nefertiti. The royal couple after the talatates of the 9th pylon of Karnak, by Claude Traunecker.


N ° 108 of March 1987

The child in the Theban painting, by Arpag Mekhitarian ;
The Obelisk of the Place de la Concorde, by Bernadette Menu.


N ° 109 of June 1987

Maghara 2: a Predynastic Site Near the Temple of Dendera, by Beatrix Midant-Reynes ;
Works of the University of Geneva mission on the Kerma site (Sudan, northern province), by Charles Bonnet ;
Between Egypt and Palestine, Tell el-Herr, by Dominique Valbelle.


110 N ° of October 1987

New discoveries at Ouâdi Hammâmât, chronicle of Annie Gasse;
Adolph Gutbub 1915-1987, tributes by Danielle Bocquillon and Jean-Claude Goyon ;
Some milestones for a history of Theban painting, by Nadine Cherpion ;
Panorama of four centuries of Egyptomania, by Jean-Marcel Humbert.


N ° 111 of April 1988

The Egyptian press, chronicled by Myriam Wissa;
The two youths of Amenhotep III, by Claude Vandersleyen ;
New documents relating to the Franco-Tuscan expedition to Egypt and Nubia (1828-1829), by Michel Dewachter.


N ° 112 of June 1988

Georges Posener (1906-1988), obituary;
Discovery of Ancient Egypt, October 1986 Conference Georges Posener ;
The mysteries of Osiris in Dendera. Interpretation of Osirian chapels, by Sylvie Cauville ;
The pharaonic galena mines of Gebel el-Zeit (Egypt), by Georges Castel and Georges Soukiassian.


113 N ° of October 1988

In search of the pyramids of the queens of Pepi I, by Jean Leclant ;
Eduard Toda, Spanish diplomat, nineteenth-century Catalan scholar and Egyptologist, by Josep Prado.


N ° 114 of April 1989

Baudouin van de Walle, obituary;
Pierre du Bourguet, obituary;
King Sea-Djefa-Re and the god Sopdou. A monument of the Fourteenth dynastyBy Jean Yoyotte ;
The chapels of the governors of the oasis and their dependencies (IFAO excavations in Balat-Ayn Asil, 1985-9), by Laure Pantalacci.


N ° 115 of June 1989

"See" God. Some observations about the function of the senses in the worship and devotion of ancient Egypt, by Dirk Van der Plast ;
Karnak before Karnak: the constructions of Amenophis I and the first Amonian liturgies, by Catherine Graindorge and Philippe Martinez.


116 N ° of October 1989

New excavations of the IFAO in the necropolis of Qila el-Dabba (Balat): the release of the mastaba of Pepi-Ima, by Michel Valloggia ;
The funeral treasure of vizier Aper-El, by Alain-Pierre Zivie.


N ° 117 of March 1990

Research on predynastic Egypt: the new excavations of the IFAO at Adaïma, by Beatrix Midant-Reynes.


N ° 118 of June 1990

Throne and God: aspect of royal and divine symbolism of archaic times, by John R. Baines ;
Neshor to Mendes under Apries, by Olivier Perdu.


119 N ° of October 1990

From Jean-François to Angelica, the 6 December 1827: the letter found. A new portrait of Champollion in Pisa, by Edda Bresciani ;
Thomas Young and the world of Champollion, by John Ray, Cambridge;
The spaces of writing in Pharaonic Egypt, by Pascal Vernus.


N ° 120 of March 1991

The Nile cycle; administrative aspects in the Greco-Roman era, by Danielle Bonneau;
The magic heads of Giza, by Roland Tefnin, Brussels.


N ° 121 of June 1991

In search of Bérénice Pancrisia in the Nubian Eastern Desert, by Alfredo and Angelo Castiglioni and Giancarlo Negro.


122 N ° of October 1991

Harpocrates, the turtle and the dog. Contribution to the iconography of the son of Isis, by Michel Malaise ;
Tuthmosis IV at Karnak. Late tribute to an unlucky builder, by Bernadette Letellier.


N ° 123 of March 1992

The tomb of Nefersekherou at Zawyet Sultan, by Jürgen Osing, Berlin;
The temple of Isis in Dendera, by Sylvie Cauville.


N ° 124 of June 1992

An Annunciation made to Mary at the Syrian Monastery (a discovery of the IFAO in May 1991), by Paul Van Moorsel;
The profane and the sacred in Saharan rock art, by Alfred Muzzolini.


125 N ° of October 1992

Metamorphoses of a queen: the Berlinian head of Tiyi, by Dietrich Wildung ;
Egypt's Sun Dazzling, Amenhotep III and his World; Cleveland, by Elisabeth Delange.


N ° 126 of March 1993

Aper-el, Taouret and Houy: excavation and investigation continue, by Alain-Pierre Zivie ;
Search and restoration of newly discovered jewelry in the material of the funeral chamber of Aper-el, by Valérie Looten-Lacoudre;
The anthropological and palaeopathological study of the remains of the vizier Aper-el and his family: first results, by Eugene Strouhal, Prague;
X-ray of the bones found in the funerary chamber of Vizier Aper-el, by Roger Lichtenberg.


N ° 127 of June 1993

The Egyptian antiquities of the Charles Bogaert collection, by H. de Meulenaere;
Excavations and preservation. Some elements of reflection, by Nicolas Grimal ;
The southern conduit of the queen's chamber in the pyramid of Cheops, by Jean Kerisel.


128 N ° of October 1993

Ancient Egypt and Old Testament: New Insights, by Kenneth Anderson Kitchen ;
Egyptomania: About an exhibition, by Christiane Ziegler and Jean-Marcel Humbert.


N ° 129 of March 1994

The Memphis Survey: State of Archaeological and Epigraphic Research, by Lisa Giddy;
Known and unknown crypts of late temples, by Claude Traunecker.


N ° 130 of June 1994

The funeral complex of Radjedef in Abou-Roasch: state of the question and perspectives of research, by Michel Valloggia ;
About the date and origin of Tod's treasure, by Genevieve Pierrat;
Analysis of Tod's treasure, by Michel Menu, research laboratory of the museums of France.


131 N ° of October 1994

24 August 394 - 24 August 1994: 1600 years old, by Didier Devauchelle ;
The past, present and future of the Egyptian collection in Budapest, by Edith Varga, Budapest;
An archetype of religious relief in ancient Egypt, by Didier Devauchelle.


N ° 132 of April 1995

Testimony of the urbanization of the Mediterranean coast of Egypt in the Hellenistic and Roman times in the light of the excavations of Marina el-Alamein, by W.-A. Daszewski;
The Hellenistic levels of Tell el-Herr, by Dominique Valbelle.


N ° 133 of June 1995

The urban topography of Kerma, by Charles Bonnetcantonal archaeologist, Geneva;


134 N ° of October 1995

The Egyptian Collection of the Cleveland Museum of Art, by Mr. Lawrence, Mr. Berman;
Funeral procession of the end XVIIIe dynasty in Saqqara, by Jocelyne Berlandini-Keller;
The Chéchanquides: Who, how much? by Miss M.-A. Bonhême (communication presented at the June session 1995).


N ° 135 of March 1996

A Citadell of Ahmose in Avaris - New Discoveries from Tell el-Dab'a, by Professor Dr. Manfred bietak ;
The image of the black man in ancient Egypt, by the teacher Jean Vercoutter.


N ° 136 of June 1996

Whw mswt periods in the history of Egypt: a comparative essay, by Andrzej Niwinski, Warsaw University;
The temple of Montou was not a temple in Montou (Karnak-North 1990-1996), by Luc Gabolde, CNRSand Vincent Rondot, former resident of theIFAO.


137 N ° of October 1996

The "minor" collections of Egyptian antiquities in Italy, by Patrizia Piacentini, associate professor at the University of Milan;
New discoveries near Douch: the archives of a temple of the oases in the time of the Persians, by Michel Chauveau, director of studies at the EPHE - IVe section.


N ° 138 of March 1997

The division of the History of Egypt and modern Egyptology, by Jaromir MálekPresident of the International Association of Egyptologists, Griffith Institute, Oxford;
Tanis, riddles and stories, by Philippe Brissaud, director of the French mission of the excavations of Tanis.


N ° 139 of June 1997

Five excavation campaigns in Saqqara, by Guillemette Andreu, curator of the heritage, and Christiane Ziegler, general curator, Egyptian Antiquities Department, Louvre Museum;
A field of observations: the restoration of sarcophagi at the Louvre Museum, by Sylvie Colinart, LRMF, Marta Garcia Darowska, restorer, Élisabeth Delange, chief curator, and Anne Portal, restorer.


140 N ° of October 1997

The moon escorts in the lunar complex of Khonsou in Karnak, by Françoise Labrique, professor at the Free University of Brussels;
The dipod. From the masts of the sailing ships of the Old Kingdom to the tool for lifting and handling blocks of stone, by François Corrard.


N ° 141 of March 1998

The excavations of Tell Ibrahim Awad. Recent results, by Willem van Haarlem, curator at the Allard Pierson Museum in Amsterdam;
Recent discoveries in the tomb of Ramses II, by Christian Bernard Leblanc, researcher at the CNRS, director of the archaeological mission of INET-Louvre in Thebes-west.


N ° 142 of June 1998

The rebuilt Pharaoh. The figure of the king in literary texts after the New Kingdom, by Antonio LoprienoProfessor of Egyptology and Head of Near East Languages ​​and Cultures at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA);
The aegyptiaca underwater search of Qait Bay, for example Jean-Pierre Corteggiani, responsible for the scientific and technical relations of theIFAO.


143 N ° of October 1998

Ekhnaton's older brother. Reflexions on premature death, by Dietrich Wildung, diector of theÄgyptisches Museum und Papyrus Sammlung, Berlin;
The Neolithic of Upper Nubia. Funerary Traditions and Social Structures, by Jacques Reinhold, Director of the French Section at the Directorate of Museums and Sudanese Antiquities.


N ° 144 of March 1999

Two Theban statues groups reassembled at the Cairo Museum, by Hourig Sourouzian, researcher, German institute;
Egyptian testimonies of the Damascus region, by Ahmed Ferzat Taraqji, deputy director of the al-Bassel center;
The stele of Ramses II at Keswé and its historical significance, by Jean Yoyotte, honorary professor at France secondary school.


Special number

1949-1999 Fifty years of communications. Contents. By author and by number.


N ° 145 of June 1999

The reconstruction in Karnak of the red chapel of Hatshepsut, by François Larché, director of Franco-Egyptian Center for the Study of Karnak Temples.


146 N ° of October 1999

Celebration of the two hundredth anniversary of Rosetta stone
Lieutenant Bouchard, the Institute of Egypt and the Rosetta Stone, by Jean Leclant, perpetual secretary of theAcademy of inscriptions and belles-lettres, vice president of the French Society of Egyptology ;
From text to sign; the Rosetta Stone and the first collections of Egyptian antiquities, by Michel Dewachter, research engineer at CNRS.

N ° 147 of March 2000

The tomb of Haroua and its importance for the knowledge of ancient Egypt, by Franscesco Tiradritti, director of the Archaeological Mission of Milan to the Asassif;
Potters and consumers in ancient Egypt. Sites and shards, by Pascale Ballet, professor at theUniversity of Poitiers.


N ° 148 of June 2000

Reflections on Satire Crafts, by Alessandro Roccati, professor at La Sapienza, Rome;
The Egyptian collection of Dobrée museum à NantesBy Guillemette Andreu, conservative.


149 N ° of October 2000

The Elkab of the Old Kingdom, by Luc Limme, head of the Egyptian collections of the Royal Museums of Art and History of Brussels, director of the Belgian excavations at El Kab ;
The borders of the first four dynasties, by Michel Baud, doctor in Egyptology, former scientific member of theIFAO.


N ° 150 of March 2001

Excavations at Ehnasya el Medina (Herakleopolis Magna). Recent works and results by Maria del Carmen Pérez Die, curator at the Department of Egyptian Antiquities and the Near East, National Archaeological Museum of Madrid ;
Tanis, recent results: 1997-2000, by Philippe Brissaud, director of the excavations of Tanis ;
Two cities in Maréotide: Taposiris Magna and Plinthine, by Marie-Françoise Boussac, director of the Institut François Courby in Lyon.

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N ° 151 of June 2001

Another look at the sculpture of Amenhemhat III, by Rita Freed, chief curator at Boston Museum of Fine Arts ;
Stratigraphy of a temple: the Khnum temple at Elephantine in the New Kingdom during the Ptolemaic period, by Cornelius von Pilgrim, Deputy Director of the Swiss Institute for Research on Ancient Egypt, Cairo;
Grand Kôm el-Ahmar of Menûfîyah and two Naos of Pharaoh Amasis, by Jean Yoyotte, honorary professor at France secondary school.


152 N ° of October 2001

Evolution of society in the Kerma basin (Sudan), the last hunter-gatherers in the first kingdom of Nubia, by Matthieu Honegger, assistant professor at the Institute of Prehistory at the University of Neuchâtel (Switzerland);
Gaza and Egypt from the Predynastic Age to the Old Kingdom: first results of the excavations of Tell es-Sakan, by Pierre de Miroschedji, research director at the CNRS.


N ° 153 of March 2002

The god Harpocrates, what name? which field of action ?, by Annie Forgeau, lecturer at the University of Paris IV-Sorbonne;
The tomb of Osiris in Karnak: presentation of the recent works, by François Leclère, former scientific member of theIFAO.


N ° 154 of June 2002

Archeology and conservation in the chapels of Sennefer and Aménénopé, by Roland Tefnin, professor at the Free University of Brussels;
New glimpses of the anchoretic life in the Theban mountain: the Coptic ostracas of the Amenenopé's tomb, by Chantal Heurtel, CNRS.


155 N ° of October 2002

The excavations of Leiden in the tomb of Meryneith at Saqqara - 2001 and 2002 campaigns, by Dr. Maarten J. Raven, curator of the Department of Egyptology of Leiden Museum (Netherlands), director of excavations at Saqqara ;
The kinship of Tutankhamon, by Marc Gabolde, Associate Professor, University Paul Valéry - Montpellier III.


N ° 156 of March 2003

Taxonomy of animal species in Greco-Roman Egypt, by Alain Charron, Curator of Heritage at the Museum of Ancient Arles;
The unknown wealth of demotic literature, by Michel Chauveau, director of studies at theEcole Pratique des Hautes Etudes.


N ° 157 of June 2003

Hérakonpolis 2003: Exhume an Elephant, by Renée Friedman, curator at British Museum, head of the mission Hierakonpolis ;
The southern border of the Empire: the Egyptians in Kurgus, by W. Vivian Davies, curator of the Department of Ancient Egypt and Sudan at British Museum ;
Kush in Egypt: a new historical inscription to El Kab, by W. Vivian Davies, curator of the Department of Ancient Egypt and Sudan at British Museum.


158 N ° of October 2003

The Western Walks of Egypt: Latest News, by Rudolph Kuper, Heinrich-Barth Institute, University of Cologne (Germany).


N ° 159 of March 2004

A god out of the swamps or avatars of a figure poorly known to the Egyptian pantheon, by Olivier Perdu, pulpit of Pharaonic civilization France secondary school ;
The epigraphic findings of the European Institute of Underwater Archeology in Abu Qir Bay, by Jean Yoyotte, honorary professor at France secondary school.


N ° 160 of June 2004

Organize the ideal worship. The Temple Manual, by Dr. Joachim Friedrich Quack, Free University of Berlin;
New remains of shrines of the Middle Kingdom in Karnak. Recent excavations of VI coursese pylon, by Guillaume Charloux, Jean-François Jet and Emmanuel Lanoë, Franco-Egyptian Center for the Study of the Temples of Karnak (CFEETK).


161 N ° of October 2004

The funeral complex of Rêdjédef to Abu Rawash : state of work after ten campaigns, by Michel Valloggia, professor at the University of Geneva;
Dendera: from sanatorium to tinctorium, by Sylvie Cauville, research director at the CNRS.


N ° 162 of March 2005

The temple of Amon at Dangeil (Sudan), by Salah Mohamed Ahmed el-Din, antiques and museums of Sudan;
Update on the work of the French Archaeological Mission of Bubasteion in Saqqara, by Alain Zivie, research director at CNRS, vice-president of SFE.


N ° 163 of June 2005

Elephantine: Five excavation campaigns in the city of 3e millennium BC J.-C., by Dr. Dietrich Raue, member of the German Institute of Archeology (Cairo);
The court of IXe pylon at Karnak, by Charles Van Siclen III, external collaborator of the Franco-Egyptian Center for the Study of the Karnak Temples (CFEETK).


164 N ° of October 2005

The tomb of Rêhérychefnakht in South Saqqarah, a missing link ?, by Catherine Berger-El Naggar, research engineer at CNRS et Audran Labrousse, director of research at CNRS, Director of French archaeological mission of Saqqarah ;
The new excavations of Tell Edfu, by Nadine Moeller, University College, Oxford University.


N ° 165 of March 2006

Six archaeological campaigns on the Ayn Soukhna site, Gulf of Suez, by Pierre Tallet, lecturer at the University of Paris IV-Sorbonne;
The fortress of el-Hibeh: papyrus unpublished XXIe dynasty, by Dominique Lefèvre, lecturer at the École du Louvre.


N ° 166 of June 2006

Ounamon, king of the Libyan oasis of Ighespep (El Bahrain) under the XXXe dynastyby Paolo Gallo, professor at the University of Turin;
Space and movement; Considerations on Egyptian art and modern art, by Dietrich Wildung, director of theÄgyptisches Museum of Berlin.


167 N ° of October 2006

Amenhotep III à Karnak. The study of scattered blocks, by Suzanne Bickel, professor at the Universities of Basel and Friborg;
Hatshepsut en NubieBy Dominique Valbelle, professor at the University of Paris IV-Sorbonne.


N ° 168 of March 2007

Egyptian spirituality. Transmission and Evolution, by Fayza Haikal, professor at the American University in Cairo.


October 169 / 170 N ° 2007

The millennial tracks of the eastern desert of Nubia, by Alfredo and Angelo Castiglioni, from the Eastern Desert Research Center;
Walking the desert once and today, by Alessandro Roccati, professor at the University of Turin;
Kerma and the exploitation of gold mines by Charles Bonnet, member of the Institute.


N ° 171 of March 2008

From the Red Sea to the Land of Punt: the Pharaonic Port at the mouth of the Ouadi Gaouasis, by Rodolfo Fattovich, professor at the Oriental University of Naples;
The role of parallax in the iconography of Akhenaten, by Valerie Angenot of the Oriental Institute of Oxford University.


172 N ° of October 2008

Karnak or the quintessence of Egypt, by Sylvie Cauville, research director at the CNRS;
The temple of Ptolemy XII at Athribis - A temple for Min (-Re) or for respite, by Christian Leitz, professor at the University of Tübingen.


N ° 173 of March 2009

The historical inscription of Khnumhotep in Dahshur, by James P. Allen, professor of the chair of Egyptology at the Brown University of Providence.


N ° 174 of June 2009

The transition from late Napatan and Meroitic times, based on research on the Southern Royal Necropolis of Meroe, by Janice Yellin, a professor at Babson College (Boston);
The temple of Qasr el-Agoûz in the Theban necropolis, or Ptolemies and Theban scholars, by Claude TrauneckerProfessor emeritus, former director of the Institute of Egyptology at the University of Strasbourg.


175 N ° of October 2009

A royal estate from the time of Khufu / Khufu to Sheikh Said / Wadi Zabeida, by Harco Willems, professor at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven;
Return to Sai Island (Sudan, 2006-2009), by Didier Devauchelle, professor at Lille III University and Florence Doyen, from the Free University of Brussels.


N ° 176 of March 2010

The Death of Poetry: The Story of "Memoirs of Sinuhe", by Richard B. Parkinson of the British Museum.


N ° 177 / 178 of June / October 2010

To sail at Ayn Sukhnah at the time of King Isisi, by Pierre Tallet, lecturer at the University Paris IV-Sorbonne.
Amenhotep found. New data on the spatial organization of the Theban necropolis New Empire, by Laurent Bavay, assistant professor at the Free University of Brussels.


N ° 179 of March 2011

Remarks and hypotheses about an Egyptian collection: the case of the hotel de Brissac, by Michel Dewachter, UMR 8167 of the CNRS.
Treasures of archives: at the meeting of the collection of Egyptian antiquities of the Rodin museum, by Nathalie Lienhard, University Paris-Sorbonne.
Inquiry about the fragments of a colossal couple of Ptolemaic period preserved in the Royal Museum of Mariemont, by Marie-Cécile Bruwier, Scientific Director of the Royal Museum of Mariemont (Belgium).


N ° 180 of June 2011

Osiris de Ouadj-our: a new certificate from Wadi Gaouasis (Red Sea), by El-Sayed Mahfouz, professor at the University of Assiut, cultural attaché of the Egyptian Embassy in Quebec City.
A new inscription of Amenhenhat II at Gebel al-Hazbar (South Sinai), by Moutafa Resk Ibrahim, Inspectorate of South Sinai, and Pierre Tallet, University Paris-Sorbonne.
The royal statuary of Sesostris I. Art and politics at the beginning of the XIIe dynasty, by David Lorand, scientific member of the IFAO.


181 N ° of October 2011

In memoriam : Tribute to Christiane Desroches Noblecourt, by Guillemette Andreu-Lanoë, director of the Egyptian Antiquities Department of the Louvre Museum.
The papyri of Saqqara. Investigation on an unpublished archive of the Old Kingdom, by Philippe Collombert, University of Geneva.


182 N ° of January 2012

The Egyptian papyri of the National Library of France: rediscovery of a major collection, by Chloé Ragazzoli, researcher attached to the University of Oxford and associated with the CNRS.
New discoveries in the eastern desert. The Wadi Araba from Prehistory to Coptic Era, by Yann Tristant, Lecturer at Maquarie University (Australia).


N ° 183 of June 2012

New dam projects in Sudan ..., by Vincent Rondot, University of Lille III.
The Book of the Dead in the Monumental Tombs of the Assassif, by Silvia Einaudi, Doctor of Egyptology, French Mission of Luxor (TT33), Russian Mission of Luxor (TT23).
Antinous, Varius, multiplex, multiformis deus, by Jean-Claude Grenier, professor at the University of Montpellier III.


184 N ° of October 2012

The decorative program of the columns of the great hypostyle hall of Karnak. Review of the 2011 Canada-US Mission, by Jean Revez, Associate Professor, Department of History, University of Quebec, Montreal, and Peter Brand, Department of History, University of Memphis, Tennessee.


N ° 185 of February 2013

The Luxor, pharaonic temple of the Seventh Art, finds its splendor of yesteryear, by Jean-Marcel Humbert, doctor in Egyptology, Honorary General Curator of Heritage, President of the Friends of Luxor.
Decorated fragments from the tomb of Seti Ier : excavations of the University of Basel in the Valley of the Kings, by Florence Mauric-Barberio, doctor in Egyptology, lecturer at the Khufu Institute and member of the MISR mission of the University of Basel.


October 186 / 187 N ° 2013

To be or not to be Mariette, by Elisabeth David, in charge of documentary studies at the Egyptian Antiquities Department of the Louvre.
The origins of Karnak and the theological genesis of Amon, by Luc Gabolde, University of Montpellier.
The collections of Roman Egypt from the Louvre or the contours of a province of the Empire, by Florence Gombert-Meurice, Curator of Heritage, Department of Egyptian Antiquities, Louvre.
Tell Dafana reconsidered. Recent research of the British Museum on the Daphnae border post, by François Leclère, research engineer EPHE.
Mouweis, a city of the Meroe Empire, by Marie Millet, archaeologist, Department of Egyptian Antiquities of the Louvre.


N ° 188 of February 2014

Note on a collection of Egyptian objects and hieratic papyrus unpublished, by Nathalie Lienhard, research engineer, University of Paris-Sorbonne (Paris IV);
Étienne Drioton - Egypt, a passion, by Michèle Juret, curator of the Josèphe Jacquiot municipal museum in Montgeron (Essonne);
Papyrus from the time of Cheops to Ouadi el-Jarf, by Pierre Tallet, lecturer in Egyptian archeology, University of Paris-Sorbonne (Paris IV).


N ° 189 of June 2014

An upcoming exhibition on Sesostris III at the Palais des Beaux-Arts in Lille, by Guillemette Andreu-Lanoë, Honorary Director of Department of Egyptian Antiquities of the Louvre Museum, and Fleur Morfoisse, curator of the Department of Antiquities and Works of Art of the Palace of Fine Arts Lille ;
Mefkat, Térénouthis, Kôm Abou Billou: new archaeological research on the Libyan fringe of the Delta, by Sylvain Dhennin, scientific member of theFrench Institute of Oriental Archeology ;
The new rock inscriptions of Hatnoub, by Yannis Gourdon, former scientific member of theFrench Institute of Oriental Archeology.


190 N ° of October 2014

40 years of research carried out by the Institute of Egyptology of Munich in Tuna el-Gebel: the animal necropolis and its religious association, by Melanie Flossmann-Schütze, co-director of the German-Egyptian mission of Touna el-GebelEgyptian Institute and Coptology of Munich;
Theodor Kofler and the first aerial photographs of Egyptian monuments, by Patrizia Piacentini, professor at theUniversity of Milan, responsible for the Library and Archives of Egyptology.