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Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta
 
Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta is a peer-reviewed series.
 

260Midant-Reynes B. , Tristant Y. , Ryan E.M.
Egypt at its Origins 5
261Knipp D.
The Mosaics of the Norman Stanza in Palermo
262Miniaci G. , Betro M. , Quirke S.
Company of Images: Modelling the Imaginary World of Middle Kingdom Egypt (2000-1500 BC)
263Brakke D. , Davis S.J. , Emmel S.
From Gnostics to Monastics
264Dekker R.
Episcopal Networks and Authority in Late Antique Egypt
265Jurman C. , Bader B. , Aston D.
A True Scribe of Abydos
266Wissa M.
Scribal Practices and the Social Construction of Knowledge in Antiquity, Late Antiquity and Medieval Islam
267Lipinski E.
Toponymes et gentilices bibliques face à l'histoire
268Batmaz A. , Bedianashvili G. , Michalewicz A. , Robinson A.
Context and Connection
269Ciggaar K. , van Aalst V.
East and West in the Medieval Eastern Mediterranean III
270Levrie K.
Jean Pédiasimos, «Essai sur les douze travaux d'Héracles»
271Piasentin M. , Pontani F.
Cristoforo Kondoleon, «Scriiti Omerici»
272Hilkens A.
The Anonymous Syriac Chronicle of 1234 and its Sources
273Honegger M.
Nubian Archaeology in the XXIst Century
274Abou-Abdallah M.
L'histoire du royaume de Byblos à l'âge du Fer, 1080-333
275Lipinski E.
A History of the Kingdom of Israel
 Clarysse W., Blasco Torres A.I.
Egyptian Language in Greek Sources
 D'hulster K. , Schallenbergh G. , Van Steenbergen J.
Egypt and Syria in the Fatimid, Ayyubid and Mamluk Eras IX
 Pellitteri A., Elsakaan N., Sciortino M.G., Sicari D.
Re-defining a Space of Encounter. Islam and Mediterranean: Identity, Alterity and Interactions
 Waerzeggers C., Seire M.
Xerxes and Babylonia
 Bretschneider J. , Jans G.
About Tell Tweini (Syria): Artefacts, Ecofacts and Landscape
 Dahms J.
Die Särge des Karenen
 Roche M.-J.
Inscriptions nabatéennes datées de la fin du IIe siècle avant notre ère au milieu du IVe siècle
 Sels L. , Fuchsbauer J. , Tomelleri V. , De Vos I.
Editing Mediaeval Texts from a Different Angle: Slavonic and Multilingual Traditions

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