Journal of the Manchester Egyptian and Oriental Society ( 8 issues ); 1913-1914, No. X 1923, No. XI 1924, No. XII 1926, No. XIII 1927, No. XIV 1929, No. XV 1930, No. XIX 1935. Ancient Egypt, Manchester Egyptian, Oriental Society.

Journal of the Manchester Egyptian and Oriental Society ( 8 issues ); 1913-1914, No. X 1923, No. XI 1924, No. XII 1926, No. XIII 1927, No. XIV 1929, No. XV 1930, No. XIX 1935

Manchester & Oxford: Manchester University Press, 1914--1935. First Edition. Softcover. Large octavos. 8 issues. 102pp; 66pp; 58pp; 60pp; 68pp; 72pp; 62pp; 60pp. Original printed wrappers. Each issue commences with a list of members, a table of contents and a report on the proceedings of the society. Articles by various contributors include:1913-1914 issue "Samuel Rolles Driver, An Appreciation" by Arthur S. Peake; "Zoroastrian and other Ethnic Religious Material in the Acta Sanciorum" by Louis H. Gray; "The Jews as Builders" by Archibald Dickie; "Some Babylonian Tablets in the Manchester Museum" by C.H.W. Johns; " The Preservation, among the Ancient Egyptians and Iranians of Parts of the Body for Resurrection" by Jivanji Jamshedji Modi; "An Ostracon from Esneh: by J.G. Milne; notes & book reviews etc. No. X: "The Medial Verbal - Termination in Phrygian" by W. M. Calder; "An Interpretation of Old Testament Traditions" by W. J. Perry; "Sky Folk in the Old Testament" by Maurice A. Canney; reviews. No. XI: "Notes on Anatolian Religion" by W. M. Calder; "Sound and Symbol in Chinese" by E. H. Parker; "The Mother Worship in Egypt" by John Lewis. No XII: "The ''Behrens Collection' of Sumerian Tablets in the Manchester Museum" by T. Fish; "The Magic of Tears" by Maurice A. Canney; "The Dog and Death" by L. C. Casartelli; No XIII: "The Babylonian New Year Festival" by S. H. Hooke; "Newness of Life" by Maurice Canney; "The Origin of the Huns" by H. W. Thomasson; "Faded Letters in Ancient Texts" by Israel W. Slotki; In memorial to William Evans Hoyle the founder of the Manchester Egyptian Assoc. No. XIV: "The Ceremonial Use of Sand" by Maurice A. Canney: "Rashi's Knowledge of the Triliteral Root in Hebrew" by H.C.R. Eltoft; "A Sumerian Administration Tablet of the Third Ur-Dynasty" by T. Fish; "Eating the Pieces" by Maurice C. Canney. No XV: "The Connection of Oriental Studies with Commerce, Art, and Literature during the 18th-19th Centuries" by John P. Naish; " Two Sumerian Records in the Manchester Museum" by T. Fish; "The Life Giving Pearl" by Maurice A. Canney. No. XIX: "An Ancient Hymn in the Prophecies of Amos" by Theodor Herzl Gaster; "The Magico-Religious Significance of Sand" by Maurice A. Canney; "The Hebrew Piyyut" by M Wallenstein; reviews. Some wrappers a little darkened, light rubbing and chipping to all edges and spine ends - some issues a bit more so. Some loss to spines. 1913-1914 issue is quite darkened and chipped, lacking most of spine with some tidy replacement of spine and reinforcement of upper wrapper. Some browning to pages, some pages loosening but all are present, all issues internally clean & unmarked. A shabby, Good only group, but quite scarce. Item #8651

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