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BIBLIOGRAPHY 741 BIBLIOGRAPHY Aarsleff, H. (1988) “Introduction” von Humboldt, On Language: The Diversity of Human Language-Structure and its Influence on the Mental Developments of Mankind. Trans. Peter Heath. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Aboul Nasr, I. (1993) Les substrats Arabes dans les mots Français et Latin: Essai de liguistique comparée. Le Caire: Librairie Franco-Egyptienne. Adams, W. Y. (1977) Nubia: Corridor to Africa. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Ahl, F., and Roisman, H. (1996) The Odyssey Re-Formed. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press. Albright, W. (1923) “The Principles of Egyptian Phonological Development,” Recueils de Travaux 40: 64–70. ——— (1929) “The American Excavations at Tell Beit Mirsim,” Zeitschrift für alttestamentisches Wissenschaft 47: 1–18. NF.6 ——— (1934) The Vocalization of the Egyptian Syllabic Orthography. American Oriental Society New Series, vol. 5. ——— (1950) “Some Oriental Glosses on the Homeric Problem,” American Journal of Archaeology 54: 162–76. ——— (1957) “High Places in Ancient Palestine,” Vetus Testamentum. Supplement. ——— (1965) “Some Remarks about the Archaeological Chronology of Palestine before about 1500 BC” in R. W. Ehrich, ed. Chronologies in Old World Archaeology. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, pp. 54–7. ——— (1968) Yahweh and the Gods of Canaan: A Historical Analysis of Two Contrasting Faiths. London: Athlone. ——— (1975) “Syria, the Philistines and Phoenicia,” Cambridge Ancient History. 3rd edn. Vol II, pt. 2, pp. 507–13. Alexiou, M. (1974) The Ritual Lament in Greek Tradition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 742 BLACK ATHENA Alford, G. (1991) “ jHluvsion: A Foreign Eschatological Concept in Homer’s Odyssey,” Journal of Indo-European Studies 19: 151–9. Algaze, G. (1993) The Uruk World System: The Dynamics of Early Mesopotamian Civilization. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Allen, J. P. (2000) Middle Egyptian: An Introduction to the Language and Culture of Hieroglyphs. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Allen, T. G. tr. (1974) The Book of the Dead or Going Forth By Day: Ideas of the Ancient Egyptians Concerning the Hereafter as Expressed in Their Own Terms. Chicago: Oriental Institute of Chicago. Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilization 37. Allen, W. S. (1987) Vox Graeca: The Pronunciation of Classical Greek. 3rd ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Altenmüller, B. (1975) “Anubis” in W. Helck and E. Otto, Lexikon der Ägyptologie I: cols. 327–33. Altenmüller, H. (1975a) “Bes,” in W. Helck and E. Otto, Lexikon der Ägyptologie I: cols. 720–4. ——— (1975b) “Drama,” in W. Helck and E. Otto, Lexikon der Ägyptologie I: cols. 1137– 8. Andersson, L-G, and Janson, T. (1997) Languages in Botswana: Language Ecology in Southern Africa. Gaborone: Longman Botswana. Angel, J. L. (1972) “Biological Relationships of Egyptian and Eastern Mediterranean Populations during Predynastic Times,” Journal of Human Evolution 1: 307–13. ——— (1983) “Letter to Dr. Shomarka O.Y. Keita,” July 22. Anon. (1991 December) “Among the New Books,” Antiquity 65: 249, 981. Anttila, R. (2000) Greek and Indo-European Etymology in Action: The Proto-Indo-European * ag⁄. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: Benjamins. Appleyard, D. (1999) “Afroasiatic and the Nostratic Hypothesis” in Renfrew and Nettle, eds. Nostratic, pp. 289–314. Apollodoros (1921) The Library with a translation by Sir James George Frazer. 2 vols. Cambridge : Harvard University Press; London: William Heinemann. Apuleius. The Golden Ass. Metamorphoses. Arapoyanni, X. (1996) “A New Linear B Text from Olympia” Ethnos 3.27: 6. Arbeitman, Y. (1981) “Hittite is Thy Mother; An Anatolian Approach to Genesis 23, (ex Indo-Europea Lux)” in Arbeitman and Bomhard, Bono Homini Donum, 889–1026. Arbeitman, Y., and Bomhard, A. R., eds. (1981) Bono Homini Donum: Essays in Historical Linguistics, in Memory of J. Alexander Kerns. 2 vols. Amsterdam: Benjamins. Aristophanes (1927) The Akharnians. Trans. B. B. Rogers. Cambridge: Harvard University Press (Loeb). Aristotle. The Politics Historia Animalium. Arkell, A. J. (1949) Early Khartoum. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ——— (1961) History of the Sudan from the Earliest Times to 1821. London: Athlone. ——— (1975) The Prehistory of the Nile Valley. Leiden: Brill. Assmann, E. (1908) “Zur Vorgeschichte von Kreta,” Philologus 67: 163–201. Assmann, J. (1977) “Gott” in W. Helck and W. Westendorf. II: cols 756–86 ——— (1989) “Death and Initiation in the Funerary Religion of Ancient Egypt” in J. P. Allen, ed. Religion and Philosophy in Ancient Egypt. New Haven, CT: Yale Egyptological Series 3: pp. 135–59. BIBLIOGRAPHY 743 ——— (1993) “Diskussionen” in K. Raaflaub, ed. Anfänge politischen Denkens in der Antike: Die nah-östlichen Kulturen und die Griechen. München: R. Oldenbourg, p. 400. ——— (1997) Moses the Egyptian: The Memory of Egypt in Western Monotheism. Cambridge and London: Harvard University Press. Astour, M. C. (1964a) ‘’The Second Millennium BC...


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