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Orly Goldwasser is chair of Egyptology at the Hebrew University and Honorary Professor at the University of Göttingen. Her research interests range from the origins of the alphabet to the relationship between ancient Egyptian "determinatives" and modern theories regarding world classification.


From Icon to Metaphor: Studies in the Semiotics of the Hieroglyphic Script.  (Orbis  Biblicus et OrientalisUniversitätsverlag Freiburg Schweiz  Vandenhoeck & RuprechtGöttingen, 1995).
Lovers, Prophets and Giraffes: Wor[l]d Classification in Ancient Egypt. (Göttinger  Orient forschungen, Otto Harrassowitz: Wiesbaden, 2002).EDITED BOOKS:
Structuring Egyptian Syntax: A Tribute to Sarah Israelit-Groll  (Lingua Aegyptia 9, 2000). In collaboration with Deborah Sweeney.The Challenge of the Hyksos – Cultural Interference in New Kingdom Egypt.  In: Contributions to the Archaeology of Egypt and the Levant IV, Denkschriften der Gesamtakademie der Österreichischen  Akademie der Wissenschaften), Wien.
Goldwasser, O. and Naveh, J.  1976. ‘The Origin of the Tet-Symbol” Israel  Exploration Journal  26: 15–19.Goldwasser, O. 1980.  Hekanahte and the ‘Boat Metaphor’” Göttinger  Miszellen 40: 21–22.Goldwasser, O. 1980.  “An Egyptian Store-Jar from Haruvit” Qadmoniot 13: 34 [Hebrew].Goldwasser, O.  1982. “The Lachish Hieratic Bowl Once Again”  Tel- Aviv  9: 137–138.Goldwasser, O.  1984. “Hieratic Inscriptions from Tel Seraʿ in Southern Canaan” Tel-Aviv 11: 77-93.Goldwasser, O. 1985. “A Late Egyptian Epistolary Formula as an Aid to Dating Ramesside Texts”  inPharaonic Egypt, Ed. Sarah. I. Groll, 50–57. Jerusalem: Magnes Press.
Goldwasser, O.  1989. “Egyptian Finds” in:  Hazor III–IVText, Ed. A. Ben-Tor, Jerusalem: Hebrew University.
Goldwasser, O. 1990. “On the Choice of Registers - Studies in the Grammar of Papyrus Anastasi I” in: Studies in Egyptology Presented to Miriam Lichtheim, Ed. S.I.Groll, 120–149.  Jerusalem: Magnes Press.Goldwasser, O.  1990. “A Cartouche of Semenekhkare from Canaan” Göttinger  Miszellen 115: 29–32.
Goldwasser, O. 1991. “Hieratic Sherd from Tel Haror Qadmoniot  24:19. [Hebrew].Goldwasser, O. 1991. “On Dynamic Canonicity in Late-Egyptian: The Case of the Literary Letter and Personal Prayer” Lingua  Aegyptia 1: 129-141.Goldwasser, O. 1992. “On the Date of Seth from Qubiebeh  Israel Exploration Journal  42: 47-51.Goldwasser, O. and Laor N. 1991. “The Allure of the Holy Glyphs: A Psycholinguistic Perspective  on the Egyptian Script” Göttinger Miszellen 123: 37–51.
Goldwasser, O. 1991. “An Egyptian Scribe from Lachish and the Hieratic Tradition of the Hebrew Kingdoms” Tel Aviv 18: 248-253.Goldwasser, O. 1992. “Literary Late Egyptian as a Polysystem  Poetics Today 13: 447-462.Goldwasser, O. 1992. ‘The Narmer Palette and the ‘Triumph of Metaphor’” Lingua Aegyptia  2: 67-85.Goldwasser, O.  1995. “On the Conception of the Poetic Form — A Love Letter to a Departed Wife. Ostracon Louvre 698”  Israel Oriental Studies 15: 57–69.Goldwasser, O. 1997. “Itn - the ‘Golden Egg’ (CT IV, 292b-c)”, in: Essays on Ancient Egypt in the Honour of Herman te  Velde. Ed. J. van Dijk, Groningen: STYX publications, 79-84.
Goldwasser, O. and S. Wimmer, 1999. “Hieratic Fragments from Tell el-Far'ah [South]” BASOR 313: 39-45.Goldwasser, O. 1999. ‘“Low” and “High” Dialects in Ramesside Egyptian, in: Textcorpus und  WörterbuchAspekte  zur  aegyptischen  Lexicographie. Eds. S. Grunert & I. Hofmann Probleme der  Ägyptologie 14. Leiden: Brill.Goldwasser, O. 1999. “The Determinative System as a Mirror of World Organization”  Göttinger  Miszellen 170: 73-93.
Goldwasser, O. 2000. “Poetic License in 19th Dynasty Non-Literary Late Egyptian” Lingua Aegyptia  9: 123-138.
Goldwasser, O. 2001. ‘HIEROGLYPHS’, in: The Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt. Oxford and N.Y.: Oxford University Press.Goldwasser, O. 2002. “A ‘Kirgipa’ Commemorative Scarab of Amenhotep III from Beit  Shean” Ägypten und Levante XI: 191–192.Goldwasser, O. 2003. “The Building Blocks of a Conceptual Category: The Ancient Egyptian Evidence” in: Philosophers and Hieroglyphs, Eds. L. Morra & C. Bazzanella, 219–236 Rosenberg & Sellier: Torino.
Goldwasser, O. 2005. “Where is Metaphor?: Conceptual Metaphor and Alternative Classification in the Hieroglyphic Script” Metaphor and Symbol 20(2), 95-113.Goldwasser, O. 2006.  “A Comparison between Classifier Language and Classifier Script: The Case of Ancient Egyptian” in: A Festschrift for Hans Jakob Polotsky, Ed. G. Goldenberg, 16-39, Magnes Press: Jerusalem.Goldwasser, O. 2006. “King Apophis of Avaris and the Emergence of Monotheism” in: Timelines. Ed. E. Czerny et al., vol. II, Orientalia  Lovaniensia  Analecta 149/II, 129-133, Peeters: Leuven.Goldwasser, O. 2006. “The Essence of Amarna Monotheism” in: in.t Dr.w —Festschrift für Friedrich Junge, Eds. H. Sternberg & G. Moers, 267–279, Seminar für Ägyptologie und KoptologieGöttingen.Goldwasser, O. 2006. “Canaanites Reading Hieroglyphs. Part I – Horus is Hathor? Part II – The Invention of the Alphabet in Sinai” Ägypten und Levante XVI, 121-160.Goldwasser, O. 2006. “On the New Definition of Classifier Languages and Scripts” Lingua Aegyptia 14, 473–484.Goldwasser, O. 2009.  “La force de l'icône - le ‘signifié élu’ ”.  Image et conception du monde dans les écritures figurativesActes du colloque  Collège de France -Académie des Inscriptions et Belles-Lettres, Paris, 24-25 janvier 2008. Edités par N. Beaux, B. Pottier et N. Grimal. Paris: AIBL-SolebGoldwasser, O. 2010. “ How the Alphabet was Born from Hieroglyphs” Biblical Archaeology Review 36, No. 2 (March/April): 40-53. (See also: http://www.bib-arch.org/scholars-study/alphabet.asp)
Goldwasser, O. 2010. “A Small Hieroglyphic Inscription on a Bone” In: Excavations at Tel Beth-Shean, 1989–1996. Volume III, The 13th - 11th centuries BCE (Areas S and N).  Ed. A. Mazar and N. Panitz-Cohen.Goldwasser, O. 2010. “The Aten is the ‘Energy of Light’: New Evidence from the Script”. JARCE 46. 159-165.Goldwasser, O. 2011. “The Advantage of Cultural Periphery: The Invention of the Alphabet in Sinai (circa 1840 B.C.E)” In: Culture Contacts and the Making of Cultures: Papers in Homage to Itamar Even-ZoharEds. Rakefet  Sela-Sheffy and Gideon Toury. Tel Aviv: Tel Aviv University/ Unit of Culture Research. 251–316.Goldwasser, O. and C. Grinevald, 2012. “What Are Determinatives Good For?” in: Lexical Semantics in Ancient Egyptian, Eds. E. Grossman, St. Polis. & J.  Winand, Lingua Aegyptia  Studia Monographica. 17–53.Goldwasser, O. forthcoming. “The Hyksos Challenge – The Cultural Hypothesis” In: The Challenge of the Hyksos – Cultural Interference in New Kingdom Egypt. Eds. O.Goldwasser, M. Bietak and E. Grossman. In: Contributions to the Archaeology of Egypt and the Levant IV, Denkschriften der Gesamtakademie der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften), Wien.
Goldwasser, O. 2012. “ The Miners that Invented the Alphabet — a Response to Christopher Rollston”.  Journal of Ancient Egyptian Interconnections  4:3, 9–22.BOOK REVIEWS:     
C. ForcevillePictorial Metaphor in Advertising, (Routledge: London & N.Y, 1996), in: Journal of Pragmatics 31: 1999, 609-618. 

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