V Congreso Ibérico de Egiptología

Ediciones de la Universidad de Castilla La Mancha
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Esta obra recoge las aportaciones de especialistas en Egiptología, las últimas investigaciones realizadas en las misiones arqueológicas que se están realizando en Egipto del mundo Ibérico (España, Portugal, Argentina, Brasil), al tiempo que presenta al lector las principales líneas de investigación que se están desarrollando en la actualidad. A lo largo de las contribuciones puede comprobarse la calidad científica que la egiptología ha adquirido en las últimas décadas en el ámbito ibérico, una disciplina que aún no tiene una especialidad reconocida, como sucede en otros países europeos donde la tradición e investigación se remontan a comienzos del siglo XIX. La historia, la religión, la arqueología, el arte o la economía y sociedad Faraónicas, son analizadas en esta obra en la que el lector podrá encontrar también un amplio material gráfico y bibliográfico, acercándole todo ello a un mejor conocimiento de la cultura Faraónica.
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Ediciones de la Universidad de Castilla La Mancha
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1232
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ISBN
9788490442401
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English
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Religion / Ancient
Social Science / Archaeology
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