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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
 D'hulster K., Schallenbergh G., Van Steenbergen J.
Egypt and Syria in the Fatimid, Ayyubid and Mamluk Eras IX
 Pellitteri A., Elsakaan N.M.T.M., Sciortino M.G., Sicari D.
Re-defining a Space of Encounter. Islam and Mediterranean: Identity, Alterity and Interactions
 Abou-Abdallah M.
L'histoire du royaume de Byblos à l'âge du Fer, 1080-333
 Sels L., Fuchsbauer J., Tomelleri V., De Vos I.
Editing Mediaeval Texts from a Different Angle: Slavonic and Multilingual Traditions

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