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Hadidi, E. N. M. N., and R. S. Hamdy, "Basketry accessories: footwear, bags and fans in ancient Egypt", Journal of Archaeological Science , vol. 30, pp. 1-12 , 2010.
Hadidy, A. E. H., and R. s. Hamdy, "Taxonomic revision of the cultivated species of Mimusops (Sapotaceae) in Egypt, with new records", Journal of Horticultural Sciences, vol. 17, issue 2, pp. 505-519, 2022. mimusops_pdf.pdf
Hamdy, R. S., and E. Shamso, "Pollen morphology of Sterculiaceae (s.str.) in Egypt and its taxonomic significance", Egyptian Journal of Botany, 2010.
Hamdy, R., and A. G. Fahmy, "Study of plant remains from the embalming cache KV63 at Luxor, Egypt", Plants and people in the African past, Cham, Springer, 2018.
Hamdy, R., Documentary Study of Floral Bouquets and Garlands in Ancient Egypt, , Germany, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2015.
Hamdy, R. S., A. M. M. El-Ghani, T. L. Youssef, and M. El-Sayed, "The floristic composition of some historical botanical gardens in the metropolitan of Cairo, Egypt", African Journal of Agricultural Research, vol. 2, issue 11, pp. 610-648, 2007.
Hamdy, R. S., and E. N. M. N. Hadidi, "Identification of Plant Materials used in the Coiled Basketry Collection at the Agricultural Museum (Giza, Egypt)", Windows on the African Past: Current Approaches to African Archaeobotany , London, Reports in African Archaeology, 2009.
Hamdy, R. S., "A Study of plant distribution in nine historic gardens in Egypt", Journal of Garden history, vol. 38, issue 2, pp. 267- 314, 2010.
Hasnaa, H., A. Hosny, E. Shamso, and R. Hamdy, "Endemic & near endemic taxa in the flora of Egypt", Egyptian Journal of Botany, vol. 53, issue 2, 2013.
Hassan, R. A., and R. S. Hamdy, "Synoptic Overview of Exotic Acacia, Senegalia and Vachellia (Caesalpinioideae, Mimosoid Clade, Fabaceae) in Egypt", Plants, vol. 10, issue 7, pp. 1344, 2021.
Hussein, E. A., M. A. M. El-Ghani, R. S. Hamdy, and L. F. Shalabi, "Do anthropogenic activities affect floristic diversity and vegetation structure more than natural soil properties in hyper-arid desert environments?", Diversity, vol. 13, issue 4, pp. 157, 2021.