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Siberian Links with Egypt?

  • J. Gwyn Griffiths
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[1] Presumably the region named in the phrases cited by Wb. I, 422, 12 and 13. Over twenty identifications are proposed by Petrie; see his p. 14, pi. v.

[2] Reprinted in her book The Splendour that was Egypt (1949), 319 ff.

[3] An autonomous region in the U.S.S.R. See Lewis, and Campbell, The Oxford Atlas(1951), 51 Q 4.

[4] A Neolithic culture then prevailed in parts of Siberia. Cf. Mongait, A.L. Archaeology in the U.S.S.R. (1961), 106.

[5] Quoted in Soviet Weekly, 17th Nov. i960, 9.

[6] Quibell, Hierahonpolis (London, 1900), pl. 29; cf. Petrie, Royal Tombs, 1 (London, 1900), pl. 4, 2.

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