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2016

Stauder, Andréas. (2016) The Earlier Egyptian "Emphatic" Construction : An alternative analysis. In: Coping with Obscurity. The Brown Workshop on Earlier Egyptia Grammar. Atlanta, pp. 169-199.

2015

Stauder, Andréas. (2015) A Rare Change: The degrammaticalization of an inflectional passive marker into an impersonal subject pronoun in Earlier Egyptian. In: Egyptian-Coptic linguistics in typological perspective. Berlin, pp. 455-531.

Stauder, Andréas. (2015) La transitivité sémantique en égyptien. Le cas du pseudoparticipe et de la prédication de qualité. In: Fuzzy Boundaries. Festschrift für Antonio Loprieno, 1. Hamburg, pp. 257-276.

Stauder, Andréas. (2015) Ptahhotep 82 P. In: Aere perennius. melanges egyptologiques en l'honneur de Pascal Vernus. Leuven, pp. 779-810.

2014

Stauder, Andréas. (2014) The Earlier Egyptian Passive. Voice and Perspective. Lingua aegyptia. Studia monographica, 14. Hamburg.

Polis, Stéphane and Stauder, Andréas. (2014) The Verb ib and the Construction ib=f r sDm: On modal semantics, graphemic contrasts, and gradience in grammar. In: On Forms and Functions: Studies in Ancient Egyptian Grammar. Hamburg, pp. 201-231.

2013

Stauder, Andréas. (2013) L'émulation du passé à l'ère thoutmoside : la dimension linguistique. In: Vergangenheit und Zukunft. Studien zum historischen Bewusstsein in der Thutmosidenzeit. Basel, pp. 77-126.

Stauder, Andréas. (2013) Linguistic Dating of Middle Egyptian Literary Texts. Lingua aegyptia. Studia monographica, 12. Hamburg.

Stauder, Andréas. (2013) Linguistic Dissonance in Sinuhe. In: Interpretations of Sinuhe. Leiden, pp. 173-188.

2010

Stauder, Andréas. (2010) The Earliest Egyptian Writing. In: Visible Language. Inventions of writing in the ancient Middle East and beyond. Chicago, pp. 137-147.

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