sábado, 20 de febrero de 2010

[AE-ES] JAMA Supplementary Online Content

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Deir el-Medina.

Deir el-Medina Temple 2009

Egypt 2009 por Hans Ollermann.


Deir el-Medina Temple 2009

Egypt 2009 por Hans Ollermann.

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Hans Ollermann Pro User disse:

For important information about Deir el-Medina: see the excellent website of Lenka Peacock:
www.st-maat.org/
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Lenka P Pro User disse:

Thank you, Hans, for all this again. Wonderful work on your side.
To go to the Ptolemaic temple page, click on xy2.org/lenka/TemplePtolem.html
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Hans Ollermann Pro User disse:

You are welcome Lenka.
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Deir el-Medina Temple 2009

Egypt 2009 por Hans Ollermann.


Deir el-Medina Temple 2009

Egypt 2009 por Hans Ollermann.


Deir el-Medina Temple 2009

Egypt 2009 por Hans Ollermann.


Hola a todos los AE's:

Han llegado a mi poder dos suplementos de los estudios publicados por JAMA, adjunto el primero:

Supplementary Online Content

This supplemental material has been provided by the authors to give readers additional information about their work.

Un saludo


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# Título del artículo Autor Hits
1 La naturaleza religiosa y química de las libaciones derramadas sobre la momia de Tutankhamon Fco. Javier Gómez Torres 15375
2 Tutankhamon, un reinado corto, una historia eterna Rosa Pujol 19035
3 La vuelta a la vida de Tutankhamon Rosa Pujol 14467
4 La maldición de Tutanjamón Rafael Gómez Portela 8648


La naturaleza religiosa y química de las libaciones derramadas sobre la momia de Tutankhamon


  1. La naturaleza religiosa y química de las libaciones derramadas sobre la momia de Tutankhamon
  2. Página 02 - También en enterramientos privados
  3. Página 03 - ¿Durante el funeral o el embalsamamiento?
  4. Página 04 - Composición química de los ungüentos
  5. Página 05 - ¿Cómo sacaron la momia?
  6. Página 06 - Sobre el deterioro de la momia
  7. Página 07 - La degradación de los ungüentos
  8. Página 08 - Reenterramiento
  9. Página 09 - ¿Por qué a las otras momias reales no les debieron afectar los ungüentos sagrados?
  10. Página 10 - Resolución final
  11. Página 11 - Apéndice: reconstrucción del embalsamamiento de Tutankhamon

Tutankhamon, un reinado corto, una historia eterna


  1. Tutankhamon, un reinado corto, una historia eterna
  2. Página 02 - La poderosa dinastía XVIII
  3. Página 03 - El Cisma Amárnico
  4. Página 04 - De Tut-anj-Atón a Tutankhamon
  5. Página 05 - Aspectos del reinado de Tutankhamon
  6. Página 06 - Bibliografia recomendada sobre Tutankhamon

La vuelta a la vida de Tutankhamon


  1. La vuelta a la vida de Tutankhamon
  2. Página 02 - Los antecedentes
  3. Página 03 - Los 16 escalones
  4. Página 03 - La antecamara
  5. Página 04 - La cámara sepulcral
  6. Página 05 - El rey resucita entre el fulgor del oro
  7. Página 06 - El tesoro
  8. Página 06 - El Anexo
  9. Página 07 - Curiosidades
  10. Página 08 - Reflexión final
La maldición de Tutanjamón
  1. La maldición de Tutanjamón

sábado 20 de febrero de 2010

[AE-ES] JAMA Mummies in investigation

Hola a todos:

Adjunto el segundo suplemento:

Mummies in investigation

Shown below are computed tomography reconstructions of the mummy of King Tutankhamun and 10 other royal mummies possibly related to him that were included in this investigation. The royal mummies backed in gray date to the early New Kingdom of ancient Egypt and were used as morphological and genetic controls.

Un saludo


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