Ahmad Fakhry

Ahmed Fakhry

Ahmed Fakhry (né dans le Fayoum en 1905 - décédé en 1973) est un égyptologue égyptien qui a consacré une grande partie de sa vie aux oasis égyptiennes. Il fut un pionnier de la recherche archéologique en zone désertique.

Jusqu'à sa retraite en 1965, il fut professeur d'histoire ancienne égyptienne et d'histoire ancienne du Proche-Orient à l'Université du Caire.

Publications

  • The Egyptian deserts, The inscriptions of the amethyst quarries a Wadi el Hudi, Governement Press, Cairo, 1952  ;
  • The Pyramids, University of Chicago, 1961 (réimpr. 1974) (ISBN 0226234738)  ;
  • Siwa Oasis, American University in Cairo Press, Le Caire, 1990 (ISBN 9774241231)  ;
  • Bahriyah and Farafra, American University in Cairo Press, Le Caire, 2003 (ISBN 9774247329) .


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