Egyptologists’ Electronic Forum (EEF) ha recopilado un listado de las diversas publicaciones que se encuentran disponibles en la red., Os invitamos a bucear en ella porque, estamos seguros, encontraréis cosas interesantes:
Online AE Text Resources: guide to online resources for ‘famous’ ancient Egyptian texts.
E-journals and Digitized Journals: an overview of journals (relevant to Egyptology) that can be downloaded for free.
Three publications that are available online or partly digitized, hosted by the EEF website:
The Egyptian Museum (Cairo) Newsletter (online issues)
The Ministry of Antiquities (Egypt) Newsletter (online issues)
The Heritage of Egypt Magazine (online issues)
Digitized Collections of Ancient Egyptian Source Texts: list of volumes (available online) that collect translations and/or drawings of (multiple) ancient Egyptian texts.
Digitized Egyptological Book Series: list of some book series that are online.
Online CG Volumes: the online issues of the Catalogue général des antiquités égyptiennes du Musée du Caire.
Online Urk Volumes: the online issues of the important Urkunden des aegyptischen Altertums.
Online Video and Audio Files: media files dealing with both Egyptology and Egyptomania.
Classical Authors on ancient Egypt (online resources)
Files designed/compiled by the website maintainer (A.K. Eyma):
- CIVIL4.0: a tiny DOS program (Zipped, 25kB) to convert Egyptian Civil dates into Julian and Gregorian dates, B.C. and A.D. (There does exist a mirror image program, which converts Julian and Gregorian dates into Civil dates, using different algorithms than CIVIL employs; it is written by Michael St. John and may be requested at his address; please use a real full name). http://www.egyptologyforum.org/civil4.0.zip
- JGJConvertor: a tiny DOS program (Zipped, 22kB) to convert Julian dates into Gregorian dates and the reverse. http://www.egyptologyforum.org/JGJConvertor.ZIP
- Ancient Egyptian loan-words: which Ancient Egyptian words made it into English? (continuously updated) http://www.egyptologyforum.org/AEloans.html
Fuente original: http://www.egyptologyforum.org/