Quittungen by ProQuest


[...] some have seen the signs of the death of Egyptian culture tied to the restrictions placed upon the temples, especially by the Ptolemaic kings and reinforced during the Roman period. [...] the Philae material strongly suggests that we may have two separate meanings for the title, one related to the military title "general" (surviving in Coptic as ..., Crum, CD 143b) having military overtones (though related to the Isis temple), and the other being "president, rector" (surviving in Coptic as ...)

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