Tag Archives: Michael Zach

God in Old Nubian

For a long time, I have been wondering what is the origin of the term for “God”, “till(i)” used in Old Nubian. Interestingly, it is one of these cases that G.M. Browne did not propose an etymology in his Old … Continue reading

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Neuchâtel – day 5

As I write these lines, friends and colleagues are enjoying their last evening in the frame of the 13th International Conference for Nubian Studies, on a boat on Lake Neuchâtel. Traveling to a conference with small children has the disadvantage … Continue reading

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Austrian Adventures along the Middle Nile (with a focus on the Meroitic civilization)

We must leave behind the sad news announced in the previous entry… From the Viennese Meroitic Conference, for example, we have so many other memories that we cherish, first and foremost our friendship and cooperation with Michael Zach (for an … Continue reading

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