Thursday, January 27, 2022

Open Access Monograph Series: Lingua Aegyptia. Studia Monographica

ISSN:  0946-8641

Lingua Aegyptia - Studia Monographica (recommended abbreviation: LingAeg – StudMon) was founded in 1994. While the scope of the series is in congruence with the Journal and covers all aspects of the Egyptian and Coptic languages and literatures as well as related academic fields, the series is devoted to monographic studies as well as to conference proceedings and other edited volumes that focus specifically on one single topic. Incoming manuscripts will be peer-reviewed. 

Marwan Kilani,
Vocalisation in Group Writing. A New Proposal

Studia Monographica 20
Hamburg, published in December 2019
ISBN: 978-3-943955-20-0, vi+150 p. 

Andréas Stauder,
The Earlier Egyptian Passive: Voice and Perspective

Studia Monographica 14
Hamburg, published in May 2014
ISBN: 978-3-943955-14-9, xviii+454 p.

Andréas Stauder,
Linguistic Dating of Middle Egyptian Literary Texts: “Dating Egyptian Literary Texts” Göttingen, 9–12 June 2010, Volume 2

Studia Monographica 12
Hamburg, published in December 2013
ISBN: 978-3-943955-12-5, xx+568 p.

Petra Andrássy, Julia Budka & Frank Kammerzell (eds), Non-Textual Marking Systems, Writing and Pseudo Script from Prehistory to Modern Times Studia Monographica 8
Göttingen: Seminar für Ägyptologie und Koptologie, published in 2009

Anthony Spalinger, Five Views on Egypt
Studia Monographica 6
Göttingen: Seminar für Ägyptologie und Koptologie, published in 2006

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