2 edition of Notes on Egyptian marriage chiefly in the Ptolemaic period found in the catalog.
Notes on Egyptian marriage chiefly in the Ptolemaic period
William F. Edgerton
by The University of Chicago press in Chicago
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by William F. Edgerton.|
|Series||Studies in ancient oriental civilization -- v. 1, pt. 1|
|LC Classifications||DS57 .C5 no. 1, DT61 .E3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 24,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||24|
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Notes on Egyptian Marriage Chiefly in the Ptolemaic Period. Author(s): Edgerton, William F: "It was long held that the Demotic documents called "marriage settlements" had the legal effect of bringing the marital relation into existence.
This idea was. NOTES ON EGYPTIAN MARRIAGE CHIEFLY IN THE PTOLEMAIC PERIOD WILLIAM F. EDGERTON THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO PRESS CHICAGO, ILLINOIS Internet publication of this work was made possible with the generous support of Misty and Lewis Gruber.
An example of such a "mixed marriage" would be Dryton, the Greek cavalry officer, born in Ptolemais, a Greek city in Upper Egypt, who lived in the largely Egyptian town of Pathyris (modern Gebelein, south of Luxor 29). 30 His wife Apollonia also had an Egyptian name, Senmonthis, and conducted business in both Greek and Egyptian.
31 The couple. (Book Review) Earl, Bryan and Yener, K. Aslihan. William F. Notes on Egyptian Marriage Chiefly in the Ptolemaic Period.
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