Wilbour Studies in Assyriology and Egyptology

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Wilbour Studies in Egyptology and Assyriology is published by Lockwood Press on behalf of the Department of Egyptology and Assyriology of Brown University. The series is named in honor of Charles Edwin Wilbour, an American amateur Egyptologist (1833–1896) whose estate provided a bequest for the establishment of the department. 
The series editors, James P. Allen (Egyptology) and John M. Steele (Assyriology), invite submissions of manuscripts from all areas of ancient Egyptian and ancient Near Eastern studies, with particular emphasis on recent PhD dissertations of distinction from North American universities. All submissions will be peer-reviewed. A style sheet is available on request from either editor (jamespallen@brown.edu and john_steele@brown.edu) and is also available on the department's website.

All Books

Wilbour Studies 6

Ancient Egyptian Biographies : Contexts, Forms, Functions

Julie Stauder-Porchet, Elizabeth Frood, Andréas Stauder; Michael Silverstein, Christopher Woods, John Baines, René van Walsem, Pascal Vernus, Laurent Coulon, Juan Carlos Moreno García, Sabine Kubisch, Katalin Anna Kóthay, Maria Michela Luiselli, David Klotz
August 10, 2020
Wilbour Studies 3

Coping with Obscurity: The Brown Workshop on Earlier Egyptian Grammar

James P. Allen, Mark A. Collier, Andréas Stauder; Wolfgang Schenkel, Daniel A. Werning, Chris A. Reintges, Sami Uljas, Jean Winand, Julie Stauder-Porchet, Pascal Vernus
January 1, 2016
Wilbour Studies 2

Landscape Archaeology of the Western Nile Delta

Joshua R. Trampier
March 1, 2014
Wilbour Studies 1

The Ancient Egyptian Books of the Earth

Joshua Aaron Roberson
February 1, 2012