Fra Ægypteninteresse til Ægypteninspiration i Sinuhe

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Fra Ægypteninteresse til Ægypteninspiration i Sinuhe. / Langkjær, Michael Alexander.

Arven fra Ægypten: Genopdagelse - Mystik og videnskab. ed. / Erik Christiansen; Bo Dahl Hermansen. Vol. 2 Århus : Tidsskriftet Sfinx, 2001. p. 251-261.

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Harvard

Langkjær, MA 2001, Fra Ægypteninteresse til Ægypteninspiration i Sinuhe. in E Christiansen & B Dahl Hermansen (eds), Arven fra Ægypten: Genopdagelse - Mystik og videnskab. vol. 2, Tidsskriftet Sfinx, Århus, pp. 251-261.

APA

Langkjær, M. A. (2001). Fra Ægypteninteresse til Ægypteninspiration i Sinuhe. In E. Christiansen, & B. Dahl Hermansen (Eds.), Arven fra Ægypten: Genopdagelse - Mystik og videnskab (Vol. 2, pp. 251-261). Århus: Tidsskriftet Sfinx.

Vancouver

Langkjær MA. Fra Ægypteninteresse til Ægypteninspiration i Sinuhe. In Christiansen E, Dahl Hermansen B, editors, Arven fra Ægypten: Genopdagelse - Mystik og videnskab. Vol. 2. Århus: Tidsskriftet Sfinx. 2001. p. 251-261

Author

Langkjær, Michael Alexander. / Fra Ægypteninteresse til Ægypteninspiration i Sinuhe. Arven fra Ægypten: Genopdagelse - Mystik og videnskab. editor / Erik Christiansen ; Bo Dahl Hermansen. Vol. 2 Århus : Tidsskriftet Sfinx, 2001. pp. 251-261

Bibtex

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