Kim Ryholt

Kim Ryholt

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    1. 2017
    2. Published

      The nature of ancient Egyptian copper-containing carbon inks is revealed by synchrotron radiation based X-ray microscopy

      Christiansen, T., Cotte, M., Loredo-Portales, R., Lindelof, Poul Erik, Mortensen, Kell, Ryholt, Kim & Larsen, Sine, 10 Nov 2017, In: Scientific Reports. 8 p.

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    3. Published

      An Egyptian Narrative from Karanis (P. Mich. inv. 5641a)

      Ryholt, Kim, 2017, Illuminating Osiris: Egyptological Studies in Honor of Mark Smith. Jasnow, R. & Widmer, G. (eds.). Lockwood Press, p. 325-335 11 p. (Material and Visual Culture of Ancient Egypt, Vol. 2).

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    4. Published

      Chemical characterization of black and red inks inscribed on ancient Egyptian papyri: The Tebtunis temple library

      Christiansen, T., Buti, D., Dalby, K. N., Lindelof, Poul Erik, Ryholt, Kim & Vila, A., 2017, In: Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports. 14, p. 208-219 12 p.

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    5. Published

      The antiquities trade in Egypt in the time of Rudolf Mosse

      Hagen, Fredrik Norland & Ryholt, Kim, 2017, Mosse im Museum: Die Stiftungstätigkeit des Berliner Verlegers Rudolf Mosse (1843-1920) für das Ägyptische Museum Berlin. Berlin: Hentrich & Hentrich, p. 59-74 16 p.

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