William Kelly Simpson
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William Kelly Simpson (born January 3, 1928, in New York City) is an American professor emeritus of Egyptology, Archaeology, Ancient Egyptian literature, and Afro-Asiatic languages at Yale University.
- David Shavit, The United States in the Middle East: A Historical Dictionary (Greenwood Press, 1988: ISBN 0-313-25341-2).
- Yale University Press. (2009). The Literature of Ancient Egypt. Retrieved on 08-03-2009.
- The Cambridge University Catalogue. (2009). The Great Pyramid: Ancient Egypt Revisited. Retrieved on 08-03-2009.
- University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. (2007). The Pennsylvania-Yale Excavations at Abydos, Egypt. Retrieved 08-03-2009.
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