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The first American journal devoted solely to the study of Egypt, the Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt (JARCE), was established in 1962 to foster scholarly research into the art, archaeology, languages, history, and social systems of the Egyptian people.

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Vol. 58 No. 1 (2022): Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt

Published: 2022-11-16

Front Matter

Front Matter

Abstract 72 | PDF Downloads 29


A Wooden Panel Inscribed for Amasis

Robert Steven Bianchi
Abstract 152 | PDF Downloads 61

Page 1–17

From Fiend to Friend

Abir Enany
Abstract 200 | PDF Downloads 50

Page 19–44

Ligature Style in the Middle Kingdom Hieratic Papyri

Marwa A. Ewais, Mohamed A. Nassar
Abstract 244 | PDF Downloads 55

Page 45–81

Finding the Village

Ikram Ghabriel, Stephen Quirke
Abstract 262 | PDF Downloads 55

Page 83–99

Keeping It in the Family

Gemma F. P. Green
Abstract 180 | PDF Downloads 63

Page 101–11

A New Royal Woman of the Early New Kingdom

Tom Hardwick
Abstract 167 | PDF Downloads 56

Page 113–17

A Case Study of Polygamy in the Old Kingdom

Kim McCorquodale
Abstract 133 | PDF Downloads 46

Page 119–28

Crossing the Gates of tA-Dsr

Jos´é Roberto Pellini
Abstract 120 | PDF Downloads 44

Page 163–70

Some Ptolemaic and Roman Sites in the Central Eastern Desert

Steven E. Sidebotham, Hans Barnard, Jennifer E. Gates-Foster, Ronald E. Zitterkopf
Abstract 258 | PDF Downloads 80 PDF Downloads 49

Page 171–207

The Hunters' Palette

Joe Smolik
Abstract 180 | PDF Downloads 90

Page 209–31

Fourth Report on the Publication and Conservation of the Tomb of Ramesses III in the Valley of the Kings (KV 11)

Anke Weber, Klara Dietze, Lutz Popko, Gareth Rees, Sandro Schwarz
Abstract 124 | PDF Downloads 38

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