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Bibliografie

Veel van de alleen in een paar voetnoten voorkomende artikelen staan niet in deze lijst, om het nog een beetje behapbaar te houden.

Deze lijst is voor iedereen die mijn onderzoek wil checken in de bronnen die ik heb gebruikt. Als iemand een aanvulling heeft op mijn bronnen, hoor ik het graag in de reacties.

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Veel boeken zijn te vinden via de Library Genesis en anders op de Z-Library, waar je zonder account maximaal 5 boeken per dag kan downloaden. Een paar kennelijk heel specialistische boeken kon ik zefs niet via de bieb (via WorldCat) lenen.

Vermeld als afkortingen in de voetnoten

  • ABC: A. K. Grayson, Texts From Cuneiform Sources, Volume V, Assyrian and Babylonian Chronicles (1975)
  • AEC: Erik Hornung, Rolf Krauss en David A. Warburton (redacteuren), Ancient Egyptian Chronology (2006)
  • Amarna: The Amarna Letters, Edited and Translated by William L. Moran, English-language edition (1992)
  • Ancient Records: James Henry Breasted, Ancient Records of Egypt, Historical documents from the earliest times to the Persian conquest. Collected edited and translated with commentary, Volume I: The First to the Seventeenth dynasties (1906); Volume II, The Eighteenth dynasty (1906); Volume III, The nineteenth dynasty (1906); Volume IV, The Twentieth to the Twenty-sixth dynasties (1906)
  • ANET: James B. Pritchard (redacteur), Ancient Near Eastern Texts Relating to the Old Testament, Third Edition with Supplement (1969)
  • RIMA 1: A. Kirk Grayson, The Royal Inscriptions of Mesopotamia, Assyrian Periods Volume 1, Assyrian Rulers of the Third and Second Millennia BC (TO 1115 BC) (1987)
  • RIMA 2: A. Kirk Grayson, The Royal Inscriptions of Mesopotamia, Assyrian Periods Volume 2, Assyrian Rulers of the Early First Millennium BC I (1114-859 BC) (1991)
  • RIME 2: Douglas Frayne, The Royal Inscriptions of Mesopotamia, Early Periods Volume 2, Sargonic and Gutian Periods (2334-2113 BC) (1993)
  • RIME 3/1: Dietz Otto Edzard, The Royal Inscriptions of Mesopotamia, Early Periods Volume 3/1, Gudea and His Dynasty (1997)
  • RIME 3/2: Douglas Frayne, The Royal Inscriptions of Mesopotamia, Early Periods Volume 3/2, Ur III Period (2112-2004 BC) (1997)
  • RIME 4: Douglas Frayne, The Royal Inscriptions of Mesopotamia, Early Periods Volume 4, Old Babylonian Period (2003-1595 BC) (1990)
  • Royal Families: Aidan Dodson en Dyan Hilton, The complete Royal Families of Ancient Egypt (2004)
  • TIP: K.A. Kitchen, The Third Intermediate Period in Egypt (1100-650 BC), Second edition with supplement (1986). Er bestaat een derde editie (1996), maar dat boek kon mijn bibliotheek niet lenen.

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Kalenders

Oude geschriften

Andere bronnen, zowel artikelen als boeken

  • Cyril Aldred, The Parentage of King Siptah, in The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology, vol. 49 (dec. 1963), p. 41-48
  • Emmanuel Anati, The Riddle of Mount Sinai – Archaeological Discoveries at Har Karkom (2001), gepubliceerd op en met meer informatie op www.harkarkom.com
  • Dieter Arnold (en Dorothea Arnold), The south cemeteries of Lisht, volume I, The Pyramid of Senwosret I, Publications of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Egyptian Expedition, Volume XXII (1988)
  • Dieter Arnold (met Dorothea Arnold en Felix Arnold), The south cemeteries of Lisht, volume III, The Pyramid Complex of Senwosret I, Publications of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Egyptian Expedition, Volume XXV (1992)
  • Dieter Arnold, Middle Kingdom Tomb Architecture at Lisht, Publications of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Egyptian Expedition, Volume XXVIII (2008)
  • David Aston, Radiocarbon, Wine Jars and New Kingdom Chronology, in Ägypten und Levante / Egypt and the Levant 22 (2012), p. 289-315
  • Nahman Avigad, Corpus of West Semitic Stamp Seals, revised and completed by Benjamin Sass (1997)
  • Ladislav Bareš, The destruction of the monuments at the necropolis of Abusir, in Archiv Orientalní, Supplementa IX (2000), Abusir and Saqqara in the Year 2000, edited bij Miroslav Bárta en Jaromír Krejčí, p. 1-16
  • Gary Beckman, Writings from the Ancient World Series, Volume 7, Hittite Diplomatic Texts (1996)
  • Chris Bennett, A Genealogical Chronology of the Seventeenth Dynasty, in Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt, vol. 39 (2002), p. 123-155
  • Daphna Ben-Tor, The Historical Implications of Middle Kingdom Scarabs Found in Palestine Bearing Private Names and Titles of Officials, in Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research, No. 294 (May, 1994), p. 7-22
  • Daphna Ben-Tor, The Sealings from the Administrative Unit at Tell Edfu, Chronological and Historical Implications, in The Hyksos Ruler Khyan and the Early Second Intermediate Period in Egypt: Problems and Priorities of Current Research, Proceedings of the Workshop of the Austrian Archaeological Institute and the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, Vienna, July 4-5, 2014 (2018), p. 83-90
  • Barry J. Beitzel, De Grote Bijbelatlas (Nederlandse vertaling uit 2012)
  • Morris L. Bierbrier, The Late New Kingdom in Egypt (c. 1300~664 B.C.), A Genealogical and Chronological Investigation (1975)
  • Manfred Bietak, The Egyptian community in Avaris during the Hyksos period, in Ägypten und Levante 26 (2016), p. 263-274
  • Manfred Bietak, Problems of Middle Bronze Age Chronology: New Evidence from Egypt, in American Journal of Archaeology, Vol. 88, No. 4 (Oct., 1984), p. 471-485
  • Yigal Bloch, Studies in Middle Assyrian chronology and its implications for the history of the Ancient Near East in the 13th century B.C.E., Thesis submitted for the degree “Doctor of Philosophy” by Yigal Bloch, Submitted to the Senate of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, November 2012
  • J. A. Brinkman, Materials and Studies for Kassite History, Vol. I, A Catalogue of Cuneiform Sources Pertaining to Specific Monarchs of the Kassite Dynasty (1976)
  • Gerard P. F. Broekman, The Nile Level Records of the Twenty-Second and Twenty-Third Dynasties in Karnak: A Reconsideration of Their Chronological Order, in The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology, Vol. 88 (2002), p. 163-178
  • Vivienne G. Callender, Queen Tausret and the End of Dynastie 19, in Studien zur Altägyptischen Kultur, Bd. 32 (2004), p. 82
  • Chen Fei, Cuneiform Monographs 51, Study on the Synchronic King List from Ashur (2020)
  • Salvador Costa, On the Scenes of the King Receiving the Sed-Fests in the Theban Temples of the Ramesside Period, in Studien zur Altägyptischen Kultur, Bd. 35 (2006), p. 61-74
  • A.R. David, The Pyramid Builders of Ancient Egypt: A Modern Investigation of Pharaoh’s Workforce (1996)
  • Aidan Dodson – Amarna Sunset – Nefertiti, Tutankhamun, Ay, Horemheb and the Egyptian Counter-Reformation (2009)
  • Elmar Edel, Die Stelen Amenophis’ II. aus Karnak und Memphis mit dem Bericht über die asiatischen Feldzüge des Königs, in Zeitschrift des Deutschen Palästina-Vereins, Bd. 69, H. 2 (1953), p. 97-176
  • Marina Escolano-Poveda, Studien zur spätägyptischen Religion 29, The Egyptian Priests of the Graeco-Roman Period, An Analysis on the Basis of the Egyptian and Graeco-Roman Literary and Paraliterary Sources (2020)
  • Madeleine André Fitzgerald, The Rulers of Larsa, A Dissertation Presented to the Faculty of the Graduate School of Yale University in Candidacy for the Decree of Doctor of Philosophy (2002)
  • Irene Forstner-Müller en Chiara Reali, King Khyan and Avaris, Some Considerations Concerning Khyan Seal Impressions from Area R/III at Tell el-Dab‘a, in The Hyksos Ruler Khyan and the Early Second Intermediate Period in Egypt: Problems and Priorities of Current Research, Proceedings of the Workshop of the Austrian Archaeological Institute and the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, Vienna, July 4-5, 2014 (2018), p. 91-123
  • Rita Gautschy, A reassessment of the absolute chronology of the Egyptian New Kingdom and its ‘brotherly’ countries, in Ägypten und Levante / Egypt and the Levant, Vol. 24 (2014), p. 141-158
  • Rita Gautschy, The Tepi Shemu Feast: A Tool for Testing Chronologies of Dynasty 21 to 25? in Journal of Egyptian History 8 (2015), p. 81-114
  • Patrick van Gils, Sethnakht, a descendant of Ramses II? in Kleine Berliner Schriften zum Alten Ägypten, Band 4 (2014), ongegnummerde pagina’s
  • Hans Goedicke, Re-used blocks from the pyramid of Amenemhat I at Lisht, Publications of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Egyptian Expedition (1971)
  • Wolfgang Helck, Feiertage und Arbeitstage in der Ramessidenzeit. Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient, vol. 7 no. 2 (juli 1964), p. 136-166
  • Helen Jacquet-Gordon, The Temple of Khonsu, Volume 3, The graffiti on the Khonsu temple roof at Karnak, a manifestation of personal piety (2004)
  • Nicolas Grimal, A History of Ancient Egypt, vertaald door Ian Shaw (1994)
  • William C. Hayes, A Papyrus of The Late Middle Kingdom In the Brooklyn Museum [Papyrus Brooklyn 35.1446], Edited with Translations and Commentary by William C. Hayes (1955)
  • Carolyn R. Higginbotham, Egyptianization and Elite Emulation in Ramesside Palestine, Governance and Accomodation on the Imperial Periphery (2000), Volume 2 van Culture and History of the Ancient Near East
  • Peter James, The Levantine War-Records of Ramesses III: Changing Attitudes, Past, Present and Future, in Antiguo Oriente, Volumen 15 (2017), p. 57-147
  • Joshua Jeffers, The Nonintecalated Lunar Calendar of the Middle Assyrian Period, in Journal of Cuneiform Studies 69 (2017), p. 151-191
  • K.A. Kitchen, Byblos, Egypt, and Mari in the Early Second Millennium B.C., in Orientalia, Nova Series, Vol. 36, No. 1 (1967), p. 39-54
  • K.A. Kitchen, Ramesside Inscriptions, Translations, Volume VI, Ramesses IV to XI and Contemporaries (2012) (geleend via de bibliotheek)
  • Rolf Krauss, Egyptian Chronology: Ramesses II through Shoshenq III, with Analysis of the Lunar Dates of Thutmoses III, in Ägypten und Levante / Egypt and the Levant, Vol. 25 (2015), p. 335-382
  • Piotr Michalowski, The Correspondence of the Kings of Ur, An Epistolary History of an Ancient Mesopotamian Kingdom (2011)
  • Jared L. Miller, Amarna Age Chronology and the Identity of Nibḫururiya in the Light of a Newly Reconstructed Hittite Text, in Altorientalistische Forschungen 34 (2007) 2, p. 252-293
  • Nadine Moeller – Gregory Marouard, The Context of the Khyan Sealings from Tell Edfu and Further Implications from the Second Intermediate Period in Upper Egypt, in The Hyksos Ruler Khyan and the Early Second Intermediate Period in Egypt: Problems and Priorities of Current Research, Proceedings of the Workshop of the Austrian Archaeological Institute and the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, Vienna, July 4-5, 2014 (2018), p. 173-198
  • Antonio J. Morales, Traces of official and popular veneration to Nyuserra Iny at Abusir. Late Fifth Dynasty to the Middle Kingdom, in Abusir and Saqqara in the year 2005, Proceedings of the conference held in Prague (June 27-July 5, 2005) (2006), p. 311-341
  • Robert Morkot en Peter James, Peftjauawybast, king of Nen-Nesut: Genealogy, Art History, and the Chronology of Late Libyan Egypt, in Antiguo Oriente, Volumen 7 (2009), p 13-55
  • John S. Nolan, The Original Lunar Calendar and Cattle Counts in Old Kingdom Egypt, in Basel Egyptology Prize 1, Junior Research in Egyptian History, Archaeology, and Philology (2003), p. 75-97
  • Richard A. Parker, The Calendars of Ancient Egypt (1950), The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilization, no. 26
  • Robert K. Ritner (geredigeerd door Edward Wente), Writings from the Ancient World, Number 21, The Libyan Anarchy: Inscriptions from Egypt’s Third Intermediate Period (2009)
  • Kim Ryholt, The Assyrian Invasion of Egypt in Egyptian literary tradition, A survey of the narrative source material, in Assyria And Beyond, Studies presented to Mogens Trolle Larsen (2004), p. 483-510
  • Kim Ryholt, The Date of Kings Sheshi and Yaqubhar and the Rise of the Fourteenth Dynasty, in The Second Intermediate Period (Thirteenth-Seventeenth Dynasties), Current Research, Future Prospects, edited by Marcel Marée (2012), p. 109-126
  • Kim Ryholt, Seals and History of the 14th and 15th Dynasties, in The Hyksos Ruler Khyan and the Early Second Intermediate Period in Egypt: Problems and Priorities of Current Research, Proceedings of the Workshop of the Austrian Archaeological Institute and the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, Vienna, July 4-5, 2014 (2018), p. 235-276
  • Bernd Ulrich Schipper, Raamses, Pithom, and the Exodus: A Critical Evaluation of Ex 1:11, in Vetus Testamentum, 65 (2015), p. 265-288
  • Thomas Schneider, Khyan’s Place in History, A New Look at the Chronographic Tradition, in The Hyksos Ruler Khyan and the Early Second Intermediate Period in Egypt: Problems and Priorities of Current Research, Proceedings of the Workshop of the Austrian Archaeological Institute and the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, Vienna, July 4-5, 2014 (2018), p. 277-286
  • Julien Siesse, Djedhéteprê Dedmésou et Djednéferrê Dédoumès : Attribution des sources et nouvelles datations, in NeHeT, Volume 4 (2016), p. 123-134
  • Julien Siesse, Throne Names Patterns as a Clue for the Internal Chronology of the 13th to 17th Dynasties (Late Middle Kingdom and Second Intermediate Period), in Göttinger Miszellen 246 (2015), p. 75-98
  • Dr. J. Simons S.J., Handbook for the study of Egyptian topographical lists relating to Western Asia (1937)
  • Barbara J. Sivertsen, The Parting of the Sea: How Volcanoes, Earthquakes, and Plagues Shaped the Story of Exodus (2009)
  • Anthony J. Spalinger, The Northern Wars of Seti I: An Integrative Study, in Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt, Vol. 16 (1979), p. 29-47
  • Piotr Steinkeller, An Ur III Manuscript of the Sumerian King List, in Orientalia Biblica et Christiana, Band 14, Literatur, Politik und Recht in Mesopotamien: Festschrift für Claus Wilcke (2003), p. 267-292
  • Nigel C. Strudwick (geredigeerd door Ronald J. Leprohon), Writings from the Ancient World, Number 16, Texts from the Pyramid Age (2005)
  • Ad Thijs, The Lunar Eclipse of Takelot II and the Chronology of the Libyan Period, in Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde (ZÄS) 137 (2010), p. 171-190
  • Ad Thijs, From the Lunar Eclipse of Takeloth II back to Shoshenq I and Shishak (2011), in James & van der Veen (redactie), Solomon and Shishak (2015): BICANE Colloquium (Cambridge 2011), p. 42-60
  • Peter van der Veen en Peter James, Zerah the Kushite: A New Proposal Regarding His Identity, in Solomon and Shishak (2015): BICANE Colloquium (Cambridge 2011), p. 117-126
  • (Verner 2000b) Miroslav Verner, Who was Shepseskara, and when did he reign? in Abusir and Saqqara in the Year 2000, edited by Miroslav Bárta en Jaromír Krejčí, p. 581-602
  • Miroslav Verner, Archaeological Remarks on the 4th and 5th Dynasty Chronology, in Archiv Orientální 69, no. 3 (augustus 2001), p. 363-418
  • Uzume Z. Wijnsma, The Worst Revolt of the Bisitun Crisis: A Chronological Reconstruction of the Egyptian Revolt under Petubastis IV, in Journal of Near Eastern Studies 77(2) (2018), p. 157-173
  • Toby A.H. Wilkinson, Early Dynastic Egypt (1999)
  • Toby A.H. Wilkinson, Royal Annals of Egypt – The Palermo Stone and its Associated Fragments (2000)
  • H. E. Winlock, The Tombs of the Kings of the Seventeenth Dynasty at Thebes, in The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology, Vol. 10, No. 3/4 (Oct., 1924), p. 217-277

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