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The Salakhana Trove

Votive Stelae and Other Objects from Asyut Terence DuQuesne with the collaboration of Sabah Abdel Razek, Edmund S Meltzer, Janet M Johnstone & Geoffrey J Tassie (Oxfordshire Communications in Egyptology VII) The fruit of fifteen years’ research, this new book documents the 600 votive stelae and other objects discovered in …

The Jackal Divinities of Egypt I

From the Archaic Period to Dynasty X Terence DuQuesne (Oxfordshire Communications in Egyptology VI) This volume is the first comprehensive study of the jackal deities of Egypt during the pharaonic period and the result of nearly twenty years’ research. The author studies the iconography, nature, and functions of Anubis and …

Spirits of the West

Terence DuQuesne (Oxfordshire Communications in Egyptology VIII) In ancient Egyptian religion, the Spirits of the West are divine entities who convey the Sun across the night sky. They are often found in the form of jackals and are connected with the better-known jackal gods, such as Anubis in his capacity …

Anubis, Upwawet, and Other Deities

Personal Worship and Official Religion in Ancient Egypt Terence DuQuesne Catalogue of the Jackal Deities exhibition at the Egyptian Museum, Cairo, March-April 2007 Supreme Council of Antiquities, Cairo, 2007 A4, paperback, 78 pages, profusely illustrated in colour ISBN 977-437-231-X  

Anubis and the Spirits of the West

a study of the jackals and the solar barque in Egyptian religion Terence DuQuesne (Oxfordshire Communications in Egyptology I) publication date: 1990 8vo, paperback, 24 pages, illustrated ISBN 1-871266-10-6 The original 1990 edition of this work is out of print, but has been superseded by a revised and updated second …

Jackal at the Shaman’s Gate

a study of Anubis Lord of Ro-Setawe with the conjuration to chthonic deities (PGM XXIII) text, translation, and commentary, and an annotated bibliography of the Anubis archetype by Terence DuQuesne

(Oxfordshire Communications in Egyptology III)


At the Court of Osiris

Book of the Dead spell 194 a rare Egyptian judgment text edited and interpreted with a commentary by Terence DuQuesne (Oxfordshire Communications in Egyptology IV) This book contains the first complete, critical edition of spell 194 of the Book of the Dead, which belongs to the cycle of judgment texts. …

Black and Gold God

colour symbolism of the god Anubis with observations on the phenomenology of colour in Egyptian and comparative religion Terence DuQuesne (Oxfordshire Communications in Egyptology V) The subject of colour symbolism and usage in ancient Egypt has received little attention from scholars. By way of introduction, the author examines some of …