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the ancient and now extinct language of Egypt under the Pharaohs

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105) Though this policy did not directly target the non-governmental private sector, the field of aviation was exceptionally singled out as an arena that needed to be Egyptianized.
Because Dendera's renditions of the sky are a hybrid of Greco-Roman and Egyptian astronomy, its ceilings include some indigenous Egyptian constellations, such as the Bull's Leg (Big Dipper), Isis/Hathor (Sirius), and Osiris (Orion), but they also display the 12 constellations of the zodiac, albeit Egyptianized.
Beinin sketches the pre-1948 modern history of the Jews in Egypt, emphasizing the complex divisions between Rabbanites and Karaites, Sephardim and Ashkenazim, Arabic speakers and those at home in European languages, poor and rich, highly Egyptianized and highly Europeanized, leftists and those of other political persuasions.
having arrived in the late sixth century, though they were in various ways Egyptianized and presumably in many cases bilingual: Thompson, Memphis under thc Ptolemies, pp.
He does not consider the possibility that the Egyptian versions have been Egyptianized, since similar phraseology is found in the Strasbourg Papyrus.
Despite the scenes of tribute and the language of violence and exploitation, the Egyptianized areas of Nubia were co-opted rather than crushed, and they became part of a "sacred landscape" that included both countries and incorporated deities of all localities.
Now it is displayed in the Louvre in Paris, and it includes Egyptianized images of the 12 zodiacal constellations, including Leo.