By: Arminée Arakelyan (Author), Ashkhen Zakharyan (Author), Ingeborg Waanders (Author), Christian de Vartavan (Author)
230 pages, no illustrations
Since science was requested to assist Egyptology, the study of ancient Egyptian plants made a leap forward. Osiris: Bibliography on the Plants of Egypt and Related Subjects incorporates almost 2400 references on the subject, the largest number ever assembled. These references are covered by author, thereafter by classification codes depending on sub-subject
The present study aims to provide Egyptologists and researchers interested in the plant of ancient Egypt with an adequate tool to orientate or update themselves in the increasingly numerous publications on this fascinating field. The bibliography has been assembled by the staff of the Armenian Egyptology Centre, of which the plant world of ancient Egypt is one of the two main specialisations. An indispensable tool for whoever is engaged in the study of the plant of Ancient Egypt or any related subject.
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