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Lingua Aegyptia

Lingua Aegyptia – Journal of Egyptian Language Studies

Founded by Friedrich Junge, Frank Kammerzell & Antonio Loprieno

(ISSN 0942-5659)

EDITORS

Heike Behlmer
(Göttingen)
Frank Kammerzell
(HU Berlin)
Antonio Loprieno
(Basel)
Gerald Moers
(Wien)

MANAGING EDITOR

REVIEW EDITORS

Kai Widmaier
(Hamburg)
Daniel A. Werning
(HU Berlin)
Eliese-Sophia Lincke
(HU Berlin)

Tilmann Kunze (Berlin) [vol.20-], Kai Widmaier (Göttingen/Hamburg) [vol. 14–19], Uwe Sikora [vol. 19], Arndt Lümers (Göttingen) [vol. 16–18], Katja Demuß (Göttingen) [vol. 6–15], Daniel A. Werning (Göttingen/Berlin) [vol. 7–12], Mónica M. Bontty (Los Angeles/Göttingen) [vol. 2–5], Dana M. Reemes (Los Angeles) [vol. 2–5], Henrike Simon (Göttingen) [vol. 11–12], Vera Müller (Göttingen) [vol. 4–5], Simon Schweitzer (Göttingen) [vol. 6], Markus Kuschnik (Göttingen) [vol. 6], Wawrzyniec Smoczyński  (Göttingen) [vol. 6], Carsten Knigge (Göttingen) [vol. 5], Elke Mählitz (Göttingen) [vol. 5], Heidi Köpp (Göttingen) [vol. 3], Wibke Waltemate (Göttingen) [vol. 2]

James P. Allen, Providence
Joris F. Borghouts, Leiden
Christopher J. Eyre, Liverpool
Eitan Grossman, Jerusalem
Roman Gundacker, Vienna
Janet H. Johnson, Chicago
Matthias Müller, Basel

Elsa Oréal, Paris
Richard B. Parkinson, London
Stéphane Polis, Liège
Sebastian Richter, Leipzig
Kim Ryholt, Copenhagen
Helmut Satzinger, Wien

Wolfgang Schenkel, Tübingen
Thomas Schneider, Vancouver
Ariel Shisha-Halevy, Jerusalem
Deborah Sweeney, Tel Aviv
Pascal Vernus, Paris
Daniel Werning, Berlin
Jean Winand, Liège

Lingua Aegyptia (recommended abbreviation: LingAeg) publishes articles and book reviews on all aspects of Egyptian and Coptic language and literature in the narrower sense: (a) grammar, including graphemics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics, lexicography; (b) Egyptian language history, including norms, diachrony, dialectology, typology; (c) comparative linguistics, including Afroasiatic contacts, loanwords; (d) theory and history of Egyptian literature and literary discourse; (e) history of Egyptological linguistics. We also welcome contributions on other aspects of Egyptology and neighbouring disciplines, in so far as they relate to the journal's scope. Short articles on grammar and lexicon will be published in the section 'Miscellanies'. Authors will receive electronic off-prints.

Departement Altertumswissenschaften: Ägyptologie, Universität Basel
Petersgraben 51, 4051 Basel, Switzerland
Institut für Archäologie: Ägyptologie und Archäologie Nordostafrikas, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Unter den Linden 6, 10099 Berlin, Germany
Seminar für Ägyptologie und Koptologie, Georg-August Universität Göttingen
Kulturwissenschaftliches Zentrum, Heinrich-Düker-Weg 14, 37073 Göttingen, Germany
Institut für Ägyptologie, Universität Wien
Franz-Klein-Gasse 1, 1190 Wien, Austria



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Daniel Werning & Eliese-Sophia Lincke
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Instiut für Archäologie
Ägyptologie und Archäologie Nordostafrikas
Unter den Linden 6
10099 Berlin
Germany





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Lingua Aegyptia 23 (2015) NEW
Hamburg, published in June 2016, iv+361 p.
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Lingua Aegyptia 22 (2014)
Hamburg, published in July 2015, vi+351 p.
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Lingua Aegyptia 21 (2013)
Hamburg, published in August 2014, vi+343 p.
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Lingua Aegyptia 20 (2012)
Hamburg, published in October 2013, iv+321 p.
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Lingua Aegyptia 19 (2011)
Hamburg, published in September 2012, vi+390 p.
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Back issues of LingAeg (Journal) earlier than vol. 19 (2011) are distributed by the former publisher (Seminar für Ägyptologie und Koptologie Göttingen). The tables of contents may be found here. Please contact aegypten@uni-goettingen.de for further information or orders.