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Archaeology of Egypt: Research Resources

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The bibliography is intended to supplement Dr. Karl Petruso's "Seminal Bibliography on Ancient Egypt in English". Dr. Petruso's online bibliogrphy covers key books and suggested websites. The bibliography below supplements Dr. Petruso's list with a selection of journal digital article titles with links; book and book chapter suggestions; and some selected online dissertations. All of these suggested research items are held by the UT Arlington Library in either print or digital formats. Most of the suggestions are digital and most requre the free Adobe Acrobat Reader to view and print these online items.

Long lists such as this can sometimes be daunting for inexperienced researchers looking for a specific Egyptian archaeology topic. Quickly locate Egyptian archaeological topics using Ctrl-F to find a key word or short phrase; please contact me if you need to learn this type of quick and easy search technique.


Articles (digital) - - Books, Book Chapters, and Reference Works - - Dissertations (digital)
The more than a hundred items listed here are arranged in three sections in alphabetical order by title.


Articles

Many of the journal articles in this section require the Adobe Acrobat Reader for viewing and printing. The items in this section are available for UT Arlington faculty and students by simply clicking on the links under each article citation.
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"The Adoption Papyrus in Social Context."
By C. J. Eyre.
Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 78, (1992) pp. 207-221.
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"The Agricultural Economy of an Old Kingdom Town in Egypt's West Delta: Insights from the Plant Remains."
By Marie-Francine Moens and Wilma Wetterstrom.
Journal of Near Eastern Studies. Vol. 47, No. 3 (July, 1988) pp. 159-173.
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"An Apprentice's Board from Dra Abu El-Naga."
By José M. Galán.
Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 93, (2007) pp. 95-116.
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"Ancient Egyptian Astronomy: Ursa Major--Symbol of Rejuvenation."
By Relke, Joan and Ernest, Allan.
Archaeoastronomy. Vol. 17 (2002/2003) pp. 64-80.
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"Ancient Egyptian Inscribed Faience Objects from the Benaki Museum in Athens."
By Amanda-Alice Maravelia.
Journal of Near Eastern Studies. Vol. 61, No. 2 (April, 2002) pp. 81-109.
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"Ancient Egyptian Ships and Shipping."
By William F. Edgerton.
The American Journal of Semitic Languages and Literatures. Vol. 39, No. 2 (January, 1923) pp. 109-135.
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"Ancient Egyptian Steering Gear."
By William F. Edgerton.
The American Journal of Semitic Languages and Literatures. Vol. 43, No. 4 (July, 1927) pp. 255-265.
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"Ancient Flutes from Egypt."
By T. Lea Southgate.
The Journal of Hellenic Studies. Vol. 35, (1915) pp. 12-21.
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"Ancient roads and GPS survey: modelling the Amarna Plain."
By Fenwick, Helen.
Antiquity. Vol. 78, No. 302. (December, 2004) pp. 880-885.
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"The Anointing of Officials in Ancient Egypt."
By Stephen E. Thompson.
Journal of Near Eastern Studies. Vol. 53, No. 1 (January, 1994) pp. 15-25.
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"Autopsies on Fish Mummies: Possible Identification of the Classical Phagrus."
By B. Brier and M. V. L. Bennett.
Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 65, (1979) pp. 128-133.
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"A Battered Statue of Shedsunefertem, High Priest of Memphis (BM EA 25)."
By Anthony Leahy.
Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 92, (2006) pp. 169-184.
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"Between fasting and feasting: the literary and archaeobotanical evidence for monastic diet in Late Antique Egypt."
By Harlow, Mary; Smith, Wendy.
Antiquity. Vol. 75, No. 290. (December 2001) pp. 758-768.
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"A Bioarchaeological Perspective on Egyptian Colonialism in Nubia during the New Kingdom."
By Michele R. Buzon.
Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 94, (2008) pp. 165-181.
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"The Botanical identity and transport of incense during the Egyptian New Kingdom."
By Margaret Serpico and Raymond White.
Antiquity. Vol. 74, No. 286 (December 2000) pp. 884-898.
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"Bread Making and Social Interactions at the Amarna Workmen's Village, Egypt."
By Delwen Samuel.
World Archaeology. Vol. 31, No. 1 Food Technology in Its Social Context: Production, Processing and Storage (June, 1999) pp. 121-144.
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"The Cairo Calendar as a Stellar Almanac."
By Hardy, Patty A.
Archaeoastronomy. Vol. 17, (2002/2003) pp. 48-63.
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"Caring for the Dead."
By Rose, Mark.
Archaeology. Vol. 57, No. 2, (March/April, 2004) pp. 30-35.
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"The Chronology of Ancient Egypt"
By K. A. Kitchen.
World Archaeology. Vol. 23, No. 2, Chronologies. (October, 1991) pp. 201-208.
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"The City of El-Amarna as a Source for the Study of Urban Society in Ancient Egypt."
By Barry J. Kemp.
World Archaeology. Vol. 9, No. 2, Architecture and Archaeology (October, 1977) pp. 123-139.
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"Climate and the History of Egypt: The Middle Kingdom."
By Barbara Bell.
American Journal of Archaeology. Vol. 79, No. 3, (July, 1975), pp. 223-269.
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"The Coffins of Iyhat and Tairy: A Tale of Two Cities."
By Aidan Dodson.
Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 94, (2008) pp. 107-138.
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"Collecting Egyptian Antiquities in the Year 1838: Reverend William Hodge Mill and Robert Curzon, Baron Zouche."
By Brian Muhs and Tasha Vorderstrasse.
Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 94, (2008) pp. 223-245.
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"A Conservation History of the Ramesseum Papyri."
By Bridget Leach.
Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 92, (2006) pp. 225-240.
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"Copper in Ancient Egypt."
By A. Lucas.
Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 13, No. 3/4,(November, 1927) pp. 162-170.
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"Cosmetics, Perfumes and Incense in Ancient Egypt."
By A. Lucas.
Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 16, No. 1/2 (May, 1930) pp. 41-53.
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"Crime and Adultery in Ancient Egypt."
By C. J. Eyre.
Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 70, (1984) pp. 92-105.
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"Cycles of Life and Death: Narrative Homology and Archaeological Realities."
By Lynn Meskell.
World Archaeology. Vol. 31, No. 3, Human Lifecycles (February, 2000) pp. 423-441.
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"The Dark Ages in Ancient History. I. The First Dark Age in Egypt."
By Barbara Bell.
American Journal of Archaeology. Vol. 75, No. 1, (January, 1971), pp. 1-26.
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"Dating Egypt's oldest 'art': AMS [sup 14]C age determinations of rock varnishes covering petroglyphs at El-Hosh (Upper Egypt)."
By Huyge, D.; Watchman, A.
Antiquity. Vol. 75, No. 287. (March 2001) pp. 68-72.
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"The Dedicatory and building texts of Ramesses II in Luxor temple. 2, Interpretation."
By el-Razik, M. A.
Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 61, (1975) pp. 125-136.
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"The Delta Survey: Minufiyeh Province, 2006-7."
By Joanne Rowland.
Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 93, (2007) pp. 65-77.
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"A Demotic Inscribed Icosahedron from Dakhleh Oasis."
By Martina Minas-Nerpel.
Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 93, (2007) pp. 137-148.
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"Discovery of the first Neolithic cemetery in Egypt's western desert."
By Michal Kobusiewicz, Jacek Kabacinski, Romuald Schild, Joel D. Irish, and Fred Wendorf.
Antiquity. Vol. 78, No. 301. (September 2004) pp. 566-578.
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"Documents concerning a Cult of Arsinoe Philadelphos at Memphis."
By Jan Quaegebeur.
Journal of Near Eastern Studies. Vol. 30, No. 4 (October, 1971), pp. 239-270.
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"Domestication of the Donkey: Timing, Processes, and Indicators."
By Stine Rossel, Fiona Marshall, Joris Peters, Tom Pilgram, Matthew D. Adams and David O'Connor.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. Vol. 105, No. 10, (Mar. 11, 2008) pp. 3715-3720.
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"The Dynamics of a Riverine Civilization: A Geoarchaeological Perspective on the Nile Valley, Egypt."
By Fekri A. Hassan.
World Archaeology. Vol. 29, No. 1, Riverine Archaeology (June, 1997) pp. 51-74.
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"The Earliest Boats on the Nile."
By James Henry Breasted.
Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 4, No. 2/3, (April-July, 1917) pp. 174-176.
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"Egyptian Art in the Collection of Albert Gallatin."
By John D. Cooney.
Journal of Near Eastern Studies. Vol. 12, No. 1 (January, 1953) pp. 1-19.
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"Egyptian Concepts on the Orientation of the Human Body."
By Maarten J. Raven.
Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 91, (2005) pp. 37-53.
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"Egyptian Formal Bouquets (Bouquets Montes)."
By Ludwig Keimer.
The American Journal of Semitic Languages and Literatures. Vol. 41, No. 3 (April, 1925) pp. 145-161.
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"The Egyptian Labyrinth."
By Alan B. Lloyd.
Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 56, (1970) pp. 81-100.
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"Egyptian 'Make Merry' Songs Reconsidered."
By Edward F. Wente.
Journal of Near Eastern Studies. Vol. 21, No. 2 (April, 1962) pp. 118-128.
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"The Egyptian origin of the Greek alphabetic numerals."
By Chrisomalis, Stephen.
Antiquity. Vol. 77, No. 297. (September 2003) pp. 485-496.
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"The Egyptian Origin of the Semitic Alphabet."
By Alan H. Gardiner.
Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 3, No. 1, (January, 1916) pp. 1-16.
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"Egyptian Pottery Distribution in A-Group Cemeteries, Lower Nubia: Towards an Understanding of Exchange Systems between the Naqada Culture and the A-Group Culture."
By Izumi H. Takamiya.
Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 90, (2004) pp. 35-62.
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"Ekron under the Assyrian and Egyptian Empires."
By Nadav Na'aman.
Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research. Issue No. 332. (November 2003) pp. 81-91.
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"The Emergence of Writing in Egypt."
By John D. Ray.
World Archaeology. Vol. 17, No. 3, Early Writing Systems (February, 1986) pp. 307-316.
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"Enameling in Ancient Egypt?"
By Emily Teeter.
American Journal of Archaeology. Vol. 85, No. 3. (July, 1981) pp. 319; U2 of 319.
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"Environmental Influences in the Agriculture of Ancient Egypt."
By Deette Rolfe.
The American Journal of Semitic Languages and Literatures. Vol. 33, No. 3 (April, 1917) pp. 157-168.
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"The Evil Stepmother and the Rights of a Second Wife."
By Christopher J. Eyre.
Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 93, (2007) pp. 223-243.
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"Expeditions to the Wadi Hammamat during the New Kingdom."
By Thomas Hikade.
Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 92, (2006) pp. 153-168.
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"Exploring Exodus: The Oppression."
By Nahum M. Sarna.
The Biblical Archaeologist. Vol. 49, No. 2 (June, 1986) pp. 68-80.
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"The External Evidence of the Exodus."
By Nathaniel Schmidt.
Hebraica. Vol. 10, No. 3/4 (April, 1894) pp. 159-174.
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"Fleas from pharaonic Amarna."
By Panagiotakopulu, E.
Antiquity. Vol. 75, No. 289. (September 2001) pp. 499-500.
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"Four Thousand Years of Evolution: On a Law of Historical Change in Ancient Egyptian."
By Leo Depuydt.
Journal of Near Eastern Studies. Vol. 56, No. 1 (January, 1997) pp. 21-35.
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"From the Atlas to the Caucasus: The Other Side of the Mediterranean Before Islam."
By Belmonte, Juan Antonio.
Archaeoastronomy. Vol. 15 (2000) pp. 78-94.
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"The Funerary Papyri of the Bodleian Library at Oxford."
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Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 86, (2000) pp. 81-98.
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"Further Studies concerning Ancient Egyptian Bread."
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Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 59, (August, 1973) pp. 199-204.
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"A Garland of Determinatives."
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"Gender and Conversational Tactics in 'The Contendings of Horus and Seth'."
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"The Geology of the Rosetta Stone."
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"Geophysical and palynological investigations of the Tell El Dabaa archaeological site, Nile Delta, Egypt."
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Antiquity. Vol. 75, No. 290. (December 2001) pp. 725-744.
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"Glazed Steatite: An Investigation of the Methods of Glazing Used in Ancient Egypt."
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World Archaeology. Vol. 21, No. 1, Ceramic Technology (June, 1989) pp. 87-100.
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"Gods of Agriculture and Welfare in Ancient Egypt."
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Journal of Near Eastern Studies. Vol. 12, No. 2 (April, 1953) pp. 73-113.
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"The Good Shepherd Antef (Stela BM EA 1628)."
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"Hecataeus of Abdera and Pharaonic Kingship."
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"Herodotus' and Pliny's Embalming Materials Identified on Ancient Egyptian Mummies."
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Archaeometry. Vol. 47, No. 3 (August, 2005) pp. 609-628.
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"Hogs and Hygiene."
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Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 76, (1990) pp. 125-140.
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"'Homosexual' Desire and Middle Kingdom Literature."
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Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 81, (1995) pp. 57-76.
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"Human Mummification Practices at Ismant el-Kharab."
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Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 85, (1999) pp. 197-210.
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"The Iconography of Certain Egyptian Divinities as Illustrated by the Collections in Haskell Oriental Museum."
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The American Journal of Semitic Languages and Literatures. Vol. 45, No. 3 (April, 1929) pp. 179-196.
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"Immutable laws of friction: preparing and fitting stone blocks into the Great Pyramid of Giza."
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Antiquity. Vol. 77, No. 297. (September 2003) pp. 572-578.
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"Intimate Archaeologies: The Case of Kha and Merit."
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World Archaeology. Vol. 29, No. 3, Intimate Relations (February, 1998) pp. 363-379.
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"The Letters of Aamose of Peniati."
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Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 14, No. 3.4, (November, 1928) pp. 294-312.
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"The Limitations of Formal Ancient Egyptian Religion."
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Journal of Near Eastern Studies. Vol. 57, No. 4 (October, 1998) pp. 241-260.
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"Magical Bricks and the Bricks of Birth."
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"Mortuary Archaeology and Religious Landscape at Graeco-Roman Deir el-Medina."
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"Most Ancient Egypt: Chapter I. The Formation of the Land."
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Journal of Near Eastern Studies. Vol. 23, No. 2 (April, 1964) pp. 73-114.
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Journal of Near Eastern Studies. Vol. 23, No. 3 (July, 1964) pp. 145-192.
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"Most Ancient Egypt: Chapter III. The Neolithic and Chalcolithic Communities of Northern Egypt ."
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Journal of Near Eastern Studies. Vol. 23, No. 4 (October, 1964) pp. 217-272.
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"Most Ancient Egypt: Chapter IV. The Predynastic Cultures of Upper and Middle Egypt."
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Journal of Near Eastern Studies. Vol. 23, No. 4 (October, 1964) pp. 273-274.
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"Mysticism in Pharaonic Egypt?"
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Journal of Near Eastern Studies. Vol. 41, No. 3. (July, 1982) pp. 161-179.
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Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 94, (2008) pp. 247-266.
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Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 93, (2007) pp. 117-136.
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"A New Source for the Study of the Judiciary and Law of Ancient Egypt: 'The Tale of the Eloquent Peasant'."
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Journal of Near Eastern Studies. Vol. 51, No. 1 (January, 1992) pp. 1-18.
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"A Newly Identified Stela from Wadi el-Hudi (Cairo JE 86119)."
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"The Oath in Ancient Egypt."
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Journal of Near Eastern Studies. Vol. 7, No. 3 (July 1948) pp. 129-156.
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"Observations on the Dental Pathology Seen in Ancient Egyptian Skulls."
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Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 52, (December, 1966) pp. 59-64.
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"The Occurrence of Tin and Copper near Byblos."
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Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 20, No. 1/2, (June, 1934) pp. 29-32.
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The Geographical Journal. Vol. 136, No. 4, (December, 1970), pp. 569-573.
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"On the Position of Women in the Ancient Egyptian Hierarchy."
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Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 7, No. 1/2, (April, 1921) pp. 8-30.
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Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 31, (December, 1945) pp. 96-97.
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Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 1, No. 2, (April, 1914) pp. 81-92.
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"Papyrus BM EA 10075 and Papyrus Bodleian Ms. Egypt. a. 41 (P): Two Halves of a Ptolemaic Contract of Sale Reunited."
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Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 92, (2006) pp. 185-203.
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"Political Systems and Archaeological Data in Egypt: 2600-1780 B.C."
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World Archaeology. Vol. 6, No. 1, Political Systems (June 1974) pp. 15-38.
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"A Possible Source of Copper Ore Fragments Found at the Old Kingdom Town of Buhen."
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Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 75, (1989) pp. 31-40.
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"Predynastic Figures of Women and Their Successors."
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Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 15, No. 1/2 (May, 1929) pp. 29-47.
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"Raman Spectroscopic Analysis of Ancient Egyptian Pigments."
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Archaeometry. Vol. 43, No. 4, (September, 2001) pp. 461-473
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"Rameses II and the tobacco beetle."
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Antiquity. Vol. 75, No. 289. (September 2001) pp. 549-556.
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"A Rhodian Auction Sale of a Slave Girl."
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Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 55, (August, 1969) pp. 191-210.
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Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 89, (2003) pp. 59-81.
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"Roman Game Boards from Abu Sha'ar (Red Sea Coast, Egypt)."
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Antiquity. Vol. 78, No. 301. (September 2004) pp. 602-617.
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"Royal decrees from the Temple of Min at Coptus."
By Hayes, William C.
Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 32, (1946) pp. 3-23. IIa-V pl., table.
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"Same-Sex Desire, Conjugal Constructs, and the Tomb of Niankhkhnum and Khnumhotep."
By Greg Reeder.
World Archaeology. Vol. 32, No. 2, Queer Archaeologies (October, 2000) pp. 193-208.
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"The Scientific Importance of Napoleon's Egyptian Campaign."
By Charles C. Gillispie.
Scientific American. Vol. 271, No. 3, (September, 1994), pp. 78-85.
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"A Shattered Granodiorite Dyad of Akhenaten and Nefertiti from Tell El-Amarna."
By Kristin Thompson.
Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 92, (2006) pp. 141-151.
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"The Shoulder Ornament of Near Eastern Lions."
By Helene J. Kantor.
Journal of Near Eastern Studies. Vol. 6, No. 4 (Oct., 1947), pp. 250-274.
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"Significance of the ceremony hwt bhsw in temple reliefs."
By Aylward Manley Blackman and H. W. Fairman.
Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 35, (1949) pp. 98-112.
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"Situla No. 11395 and Some Remarks on Egyptian Situlae."
By Miriam Lichtheim.
Journal of Near Eastern Studies. Vol. 6, No. 3 (July, 1947), pp. 169-179.
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"Six hymns to Isis in the sanctuary of her temple at Philae and their theological significance."
By Zabkar, L. V.
Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 69, (1983) pp. 115-137.
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"The Social Context of Trash Disposal in an Early Dynastic Egyptian Town."
By Michael A. Hoffman.
American Antiquity. Vol. 39, No. 1 (January, 1974) pp. 35-50.
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"Some Graffiti from the Reign of Hatshepsut."
By Edward F. Wente.
Journal of Near Eastern Studies. Vol. 43, No. 1. (January, 1984), pp. 47-54.
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"Some Notes on the Funerary Cult in the Early Middle Kingdom: Stela BM EA 1164."
By Barbara Russo.
Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 93, (2007) pp. 195-209.
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"Sources of mummy bitumen in ancient Egypt and Palestine."
By Harrell, J. A. and Lewan, M. D.
Archaeometry. Vol. 44, No. 2 (May, 2002) pp. 285-293
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"The Sphinx: Who built it and why?"
By Hawass, Zahi and Lehner, Mark.
Archaeology. Vol. 47, No. 5, (Septermber/October, 1994) pp. 30-41.
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"Stone-age man on the Nile."
By Philip E. L. Smith.
Scientific American. Vol. 235, (August, 1976), pp. 30-41.
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"Teeth and Bread in Ancient Egypt."
By F. Filce Leek.
Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 58, (August, 1972) pp. 126-132.
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"Tell El-Amarna, 2006-7."
By Barry Kemp.
Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 93, (2007) pp. 1-63.
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"Tell El-Amarna, 2007-8."
By Barry Kemp.
Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 94, (2008) pp. 1-67.
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"Testing ancient Egyptian granite-working methods in Aswan, Upper Egypt."
By Stocks, Denys A.
Antiquity. Vol. 75, No. 287. (March 2001) pp. 89-94.
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"A Thoroughly Modern Mummy."
By Brier, Bob.
Archaeology. Vol. 54 No. 1, (January/February, 2001) pp. 44-50.
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"Thutmose III's Accession and the Beginning of the New Kingdom."
By Edward F. Wente.
Journal of Near Eastern Studies. Vol. 34, No. 4. (October, 1975), pp. 265-272.
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"The Title 'Priest of Heket' in the Egyptian Old Kingdom."
By Miroslav Bárta.
Journal of Near Eastern Studies. Vol. 58, No. 2 (April, 1999) pp. 107-116.
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"Two Graffiti at Sehel from the Reign of Queen Hatshepsut."
By Labib Habachi.
Journal of Near Eastern Studies. Vol. 16, No. 2 (April, 1957) pp. 88-104.
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"The Upper court colonnade of Hatshepsut's temple at Deir el-Bahri."
By Wysocki, Z.
Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 66, (1980) pp. 54-69.
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"The Use of Natron in Mummification."
By A. Lucas.
Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 18, No. 3/4, (November, 1932) pp. 125-140.
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"The Use of Natron in Mummification in Ancient Egypt."
By A. T. Sandison.
Journal of Near Eastern Studies. Vol. 22, No. 4 (October, 1963) pp. 259-267.
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"Women's Monumental Mark on Ancient Egypt."
By Barbara S. Lesko.
The Biblical Archaeologist. Vol. 54, No. 1 (March, 1991) pp. 4-15.
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"Women in Ptolemaic Egypt."
By Rachel Evelyn White.
The Journal of Hellenic Studies. Vol. 18 (1898) pp. 238-266.
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"Work and Compensation in Ancient Egypt."
By David A. Warburton.
Journal of Egyptian Archaeology. Vol. 93, (2007) pp. 175-194.
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Books, Book Chapters, and Reference Works

The UT Arlington Library have several books, book chapters, and reference works that touch upon Egyptian archaeological research issues; a selection is listed below. If you do not see the resource that you need in this brief selection, then searching the UT Arlington Library's Online Catalog <pulse.uta.edu> might be a useful research strategy. Researchers can ask questions at the Circulation/Reference/Reserve Desk on the 1st floor of the UT Arlington Central Library, or call me at: or email me at: <dillard@uta.edu>.

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Abydos: Egypt's First Pharaohs and the Cult of Osiris.
Abydos: Egypt's First Pharaohs and the Cult of Osiris cover image By David O'Connor.
London, UK; New York, NY: Thames & Hudson, 2009.
Series: New Aspects of Antiquity.
"Abydos is one of the most important archaeological sites in Egypt, the burial place of the first kings of Egypt, and a cult center of Osiris, god of the underworld and judge of the dead. Past archaeological finds in Abydos include the oldest surviving boats in the world, the earliest indications of writing in Egypt, and a number of temples and tombs, many of which predate the first pyramids at Saqqara." - (publisher's description)
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The Aegean and the Orient in the Second Millennium B.C..
By Helen J. Kantor.
Bloomington, IN: Principia Press, 1947.
Series: Monographs on Archaeology and Fine Arts; IV.
Series: Monograph / Archaeological Institute of America; no. 1.
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"Aegean and the origin of the Sea Peoples."
By Philip P. Betancourt.
Chapter In: The Sea Peoples and Their World: A Reassessment.
Edited by Eliezer D. Oren.
Philadelphia, PA: University Museum, 2000.
Series: University Museum Monograph, 108.
Series: University Museum Symposium Series, v. 11.
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The Ægyptian and Grecian History of Herodotus: (Stiled by Cicero) the Father of History, and Prince of Historians. Containing chiefly the wars between the Grecians, Lydians, Persians, Phonicians, and barbarians. With an account of the various religions, and strange customs peculiar to those people, 3rd edition.
By Herodotus; translated from the Greek by Isaac Littlebury.
London, UK: printed for E. Bell, J. Darby, A. Bettesworth, J. Pemberton, F. Fayram, C. Rivington, J. Hooke, F. Clay, J. Batley, and E. Symon, M.DCC.XXIII. [1723].
Note: An essay upon the usefulness of history. In two volumes.
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Akhenaten and Tutankhamun: Revolution and Restoration.
Akhenaten and Tutankhamun: Revolution and Restoration cover image By David P. Silverman, Josef W. Wegner, and Jennifer Houser Wegner.
Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, ©2006.
"Three Penn Egyptologists examine the concept of royal power and demonstrate how Akhenaten established, projected, and maintained his vision of it. They investigate how and why this unique pharaoh made fundamental changes in the social contract between himself and his subjects on one side, and his new solar god, the Aten, and himself on the other. The authors also look at the radical religion, politics, and art he introduced to Egypt as well as at the consequences of his actions after his death, including how his successors, most notably, Tutankhamun, Egypt's most famous pharaoh - dealt with the restoration of traditional ways. In a concise and readable form, this generously illustrated volume takes a fresh approach to a most fascinating period in Egyptian history." - (publisher's description)
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The Amarna Letters.
The Amarna Letters cover image Edited and translated by William L. Moran.
Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, ©1992.
Note: Translation of the: Tell el-Amarna tablets.
"An ancient inscription identified some of the ruins at el Amarna as "The Place of the Letters of the Pharaoh." Discovered there, circa 1887, were nearly four hundred cuneiform tablets containing correspondence of the Egyptian court with rulers of neighboring states in the mid-fourteenth century B.C. Previous translations of these letters were both incomplete and reflected an imperfect understanding of the Babylonian dialects in which they were written. William Moran devoted a lifetime of study to the Amarna letters to prepare this authoritative English translation.
The letters provide a vivid record of high-level diplomatic exchanges that, by modern standards, are often less than diplomatic. An Assyrian ruler complains that the Egyptian king's latest gift of gold was not even sufficient to pay the cost of the messengers who brought it. The king of Babylon refuses to give his daughter in marriage to the pharaoh without first having proof that the king's sister -- already one of the pharaoh's many wives -- is still alive and well. The king of Karaduniyash complains that the Egyptian court has "detained" his messenger -- for the past six years. And Egyptian vassal Rib-Hadda, writing from the besieged port of Byblos, repeatedly demands military assistance for his city or, failing that, an Egyptian ship to permit his own escape." - (publisher's description)
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Amarna Palace Paintings.
Amarna Palace Paintings cover image By Frances J. Weatherhead; edited by Alan B. Lloyd.
London, UK: Egypt Exploration Society, 2007.
Series: Excavation Memoir; 78th.
"The city of El-Amarna (Akhetaten, 'The Horizon of Aten'), the capital and residence of the heretic Pharaoh Akhenaten, is a site of unique interest. Not only is it the only major Egyptian settlement to have been preserved to the point where it can be largely reconstructed, but it has the unique distinction of being a time-capsule located firmly at the end of the Eighteenth Dynasty. This means that we can gain a very clear picture of what an Egyptian capital city was like during the greatest period of Ancient Egyptian history. Apart from its importance in the development of urbanisation in Ancient Egypt and its significance in its religious history, it has many riches to offer the art historian. The religious revolution of Akhenaten brought significant changes of emphasis and iconography, some of them grotesque, but many characterised by a vigorous and luminous naturalism which give the art of the period a freshness and immediacy which has few parallels at any other stage of Pharaonic civilisation. Fran Weatherhead's volume is devoted to the study of one of the most important aspects of this artistic tradition; the large corpus of painting which has largely lain either unpublished or only partially known to the scholarly world. In a painstaking and thorough assessment she has worked through all the surviving documentation and has been able to produce an outstanding study of the material, frequently providing new insights even into pieces which have long been known. There is no doubt that this book is a major contribution to the study of the art of the Amarna period and will retain permanent value as a corpus and analysis which will almost certainly not be superseded." - (publisher's description)
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Amulets of Ancient Egypt.
Amulets of Ancient Egypt cover image By Carol Andrews.
Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, 1994.
Note: Copublished with British Museum Press, London.
"Amulets are ornaments believed to endow the wearer by magical means with the properties they represent. They were first made in Egypt as early as 4000 BC and were essential adornments for both the living and the dead. Crafted from gold and silver, semiprecious stones, and less valuable materials, they are fine examples of Egyptian art as well as a source of evidence for religious beliefs.
In this book, Carol Andrews offers the first comprehensive account of the types of amulets made, their symbolism, and their protective powers. An amuletic foot could be worn to ensure fleetness of foot, a hand for dexterity. The desert-dwelling hare symbolized keenness of the senses, and the hedgehog, which hibernated and survived outside the fertile valley, held connotations of rebirth and triumph over death itself. The ubiquitous amulet in the shape of the dung beetle, known as a scarab, was symbolic of new life. Amulets in the image of powerful gods would be worn for protection, and malevolent creatures, like the male hippopotamus, would be worn to ward off the evil they represented. Both a reference book and an informative account of Egyptian magical belief, this is the most complete survey of the subject to date." - (publisher's description)
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Ancient Cities: The Archaeology of Urban Life in the Ancient Near East and Egypt, Greece, and Rome, 2nd edition.
Ancient Cities: The Archaeology of Urban Life in the Ancient Near East and Egypt, Greece, and Rome cover image By Charles Gates. Illustrations by Neslihan Yilmaz.
Abingdon, Oxon; New York, NY: Routledge, 2011.
"Ancient Cities surveys the cities of the Ancient Near East, Egypt, and the Greek and Roman worlds from the perspectives of archaeology and architectural history, bringing to life the physical world of ancient city dwellers by concentrating on evidence recovered from archaeological excavations. Urban form is the focus: the physical appearance and overall plans of the cities, their architecture and natural topography, and the cultural and historical contexts in which they flourished. Attention is also paid to non-urban features such as religious sanctuaries and burial grounds, places and institutions that were a familiar part of the city dweller's experience. Objects or artifacts that represented the essential furnishings of everyday life are discussed, such as pottery, sculpture, wall paintings, mosaics and coins. Ancient Cities is unusual in presenting this wide range of Old World cultures in such comprehensive detail, giving equal weight to the Preclassical and Classical periods, and in showing the links between these ancient cultures." - (publisher's description)
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"Ancient Egypt: 3000 years of achievement."
By Graham Connah.
Chapter In: Forgotten Africa: An Introduction to its Archaeology.
By Graham Connah.
London, England; New York, NY: Routledge, 2004.
"The 29 brief chapters look at human origins, the material culture of hunter gatherers, the beginnings of African farming, the development of metallurgy, the emergence of distinctive artistic traditions, the growth of cities and states, the expansion of trading networks, and the impact of European and other external contacts. The result is a fascinating and important story told in a straightforward and readable manner." (publisher's description)
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Ancient Egypt: A Cultural Topography.
By Hermann Kees; edited by T. G. H. James; translated from the German by Ian F. D. Morrow.
Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 1977, ©1961.
Note: Translation of Das alte Aegypten.
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Ancient Egypt: Anatomy of a Civilization, 2nd edition.
Ancient Egypt: Anatomy of a Civilization cover image By Barry J. Kemp.
London, UK; New York, NY: Routledge, 2006.
"This fully revised and updated edition of the bestselling Ancient Egypt seeks to identify what gave ancient Egypt its distinctive and enduring characteristics, ranging across material culture, the mindset of its people, and social and economic factors. It identifies the ideas by which the Egyptians organized their experience of the world and explains how they maintained a uniform style in their art and architecture across three thousand years, whilst accommodating substantial changes in outlook. The underlying aim is to relate ancient Egypt to the broader mainstream of our understanding of how all human societies function. This comprehensive survey of Egyptian society and history transforms our understanding of this remarkable civilization." "Ancient written documents often provide the essential information and these are used where necessary. However, the book highlights the contribution that archaeology makes, seeking an integration of sources. It uses numerous case studies, illustrating them with artwork expressly prepared for the book from specialist sources." "This revised edition adds new chapters on who, in ethnic terms, the ancient Egyptians were, and on the final ten centuries of ancient Egyptian civilization. Barry Kemp's book is an indispensable text for all students of ancient Egypt and for the general reader." - (publisher's description)
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Ancient Egypt in Africa.
Ancient Egypt in Africa cover image Edited by David O'Connor and Andrew Reid.
London, UK: UCL Press; Portland, OR: Cavendish Pub., 2003.
Series: Encounters with Ancient Egypt.
Note: Includes extensively revised and updated papers originally presented at a conference held at the Institute of Archaeology, University College London in December 2000.
"The discipline of Egyptology has been criticised for being too insular, with little awareness of the development of archaeologies elsewhere. It has remained theoretically underdeveloped. For example the role of Ancient Egypt within Africa has rarely been considered jointly by Egyptologists and Africanists. Egypt's own view of itself has been neglected; views of it in the ancient past, in more recent times and today have remained underexposed. Encounters with Ancient Egypt is a series of eight books which addresses these issues. The books interrelate, inform and illuminate one another and will appeal to a wide market including academics, students and the general public interested in Archaeology, Egyptology, Anthropology, Architecture, Design and History. Geographically, Egypt is clearly on the African continent, yet Ancient Egypt is routinely regarded as a non-African cultural form. The significance of Ancient Egypt for the rest of Africa is a hotly debated issue with complex ramifications. This book considers how Ancient Egypt was dislocated from Africa, drawing on a wide range of sources. It examines key issues such as the evidence for actual contacts between Egypt and other early African cultures, and how influential, or not, Egypt was on them. Some scholars argue that to its north Egypt's influence on Mediterranean civilization was downplayed by western scholarship. Further afield, on the African continent perceptions of Ancient Egypt were coloured by biblical sources, emphasizing the persecution of the Israelites. An extensive selection of fresh insights are provided, several focusing on cultural interactions between Egypt and Nubia from 1000 BCE to 500 CE, developing a nuanced picture of these interactions and describing the limitations of an 'Egyptological' approach to them." - (publisher's description)
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"Ancient Egypt in museums today."
By Arielle P. Kozloff.
Chapter In: Egyptology Today.
Edited by Richard H. Wilkinson.
Cambridge, England; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2008.
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Ancient Egypt: The Land and Its Legacy.
By T.G.H. James.
Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, 1988.
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Ancient Egyptian: A Linguistic Introduction.
Ancient Egyptian: A Linguistic Introduction cover image By Antonio Loprieno.
Cambridge, UK; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 1995.
"The language of Ancient Egypt has been the object of careful investigation since its decipherment in the nineteenth century, but this is the first accessible account which uses the insights of modern linguistics. Antonio Loprieno traces Ancient Egyptian's historical development from Old Egyptian to Coptic, and, combining diachronic and synchronic viewpoints wherever possible, he looks at the hieroglyphic system and its cursive varieties (Hieratic and Demotic), the phonology of Classical Egyptian and Coptic, the phonology and syntax of the literary languages, and semantic and pragmatic constraints on syntax. He also looks at the genetic connections of Egyptian within the Afroasiatic family, especially with Semitic languages such as Akkadian, Arabic, and Hebrew. This book will be essential reading for linguists and Egyptologists alike." - (publisher's description)
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The Ancient Egyptian Book of the Dead, Revised edition.
The Ancient Egyptian Book of the Dead cover image Translated by Raymond O. Faulkner; edited by Carol Andrews.
Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, 1985.
Note: Published in cooperation with British Museum Press.
"The Book of the Dead is the name now given to a collection of religious and magical texts known to the ancient Egyptians as The Chapters of Coming-forth by Day. Their principal aim was to secure for the deceased a satisfactory afterlife and to give him the power to leave his tomb when necessary. Copies of The Book of the Dead written on papyrus rolls were placed in the tombs of important Egyptians, each roll containing a selection of chapters. Many examples have survived from antiquity, dating mostly from c. 1500 BCE--250 BCE. In this volume, the text translated by the late Dr. R.O. Faulkner is that found in the papyrus prepared for the scribe Ani which is one of the greatest treasures in the British Museum. The vignettes are taken from the many finely illustrated copies which are preserved in the collections of the British Museum." - (publisher's description)
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The Ancient Egyptian Family: Kinship and Social Structure.
By Troy D. Allen.
New York, NY: Routledge, 2009.
Series: African Studies.
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"Ancient Egyptian literature."
By John L. Foster and Ann L. Foster.
Chapter In: Egyptology Today.
Edited by Richard H. Wilkinson.
Cambridge, England; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2008.
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Ancient Egyptian Literature: A Book of Readings.
Ancient Egyptian Literature: A Book of Readings cover image Edited by Miriam Lichtheim.
Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 1973-1980.
Note: A three volume set.
v. 1. The Old and Middle Kingdoms.
v. 2. The new kingdom.
v. 3. The late period.
"Chronologically arranged translations of ancient Egyptian writings shed light upon the development of diverse literary forms." - (publisher's description)
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"The Ancient Egyptian medical system."
By Rosalie David.
Chapter In: Egyptian Mummies and Modern Science.
Edited by Rosalie David.
Cambridge, UK; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2008.
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Ancient Egyptian Religion: An Interpretation.
Ancient Egyptian Religion: An Interpretation cover image By Henri Frankfort.
New York, NY: Harper & Row, 1961, ©1948.
Series: Harper Torchbooks; Cloister Library.
"Fascinating book explores the underlying concept of the changeless as the basis of Egyptian religion, and how it unifies what scholars had believed to be an unrelated jungle of weird myths, doctrines and practices generated by local cults. Relation of the idea of the changeless to moral and political philosophy, Egyptian government and society, literature and art." - (publisher's description)
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The Ancient Egyptian State: The Origins of Egyptian Culture (c. 8000-2000 BC).
The Ancient Egyptian State: The Origins of Egyptian Culture (c. 8000-2000 BC) cover image By Robert J. Wenke.
Cambridge, UK; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2009.
Series: Case Studies in Early Societies; 8.
"This book focuses on the development of Egypt in its formative phase, from ca. 5200 BC, when Egyptians first began farming wheat and barley, until 2160 BC, as Egypt's central government weakened and appears to have fallen into disorder. During these millennia, which coincide with the Predynastic, Early Dynastic, and Old Kingdom periods, Egyptian civilization became increasingly complex, and many of its greatest pyramids and other monuments were built. Robert Wenke examines this cycle of ancient Egypt's development by analyzing Egyptological, anthropological, and other forms of evidence, which are set into the larger context of early civilizations that developed in various areas of the world. Written in an accessible style, with many anecdotes, quotations, and personal reflections, this book is intended for use in undergraduate and graduate courses on early civilizations and states." - (publisher's description)
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Ancient Nubia: Egypt's Rival in Africa.
Ancient Nubia: Egypt's Rival in Africa cover image By David B. O'Connor.
Philadelphia, PA: University Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania, ©1993.
"This book discusses the evolution of Nubian culture and history through the Bronze Age and the Napatan-Meroitic Period. It was written to coincide with an exhibition at the University Museum at Pennsylvania, and the unrivalled Nubian collection of that museum and of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, provides some striking illustrations. Maps, chronological tables and a clearly-written text make this an excellent introduction to Nubian civilisation, while well-illustrated discussions of Nubian art and architecture will make this catalogue a valuable source for Egyptian scholars." - (publisher's description)
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"Ancient writings: early hieroglyphs from Abydos, Egypt."
By Roby Wilkinson.
Chapter In: Discovery!: Unearthing the New Treasures of Archaeology.
Edited by Brian M. Fagan.
New York, NY: Thames & Hudson, ©2007.
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"Anthropology of Predynastic sites of Maadi and Wadi Digla."
By Karl-Georg Beck and Stefan Klug.
Chapter In: Lower Egypt Predynastic: MR60.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
Note: This portion of eHRAF archaeology was first released in 2005.
"This collection of 20 documents describes the Lower Egypt Predynastic tradition from 7000-5000 BP. Wetterstrom provides an overview. The archaeological evidence for settlements mainly consists of a series of pits that represent ephemeral habitation structures, storage or refuse pits, and burials. Work at three sites predominates: the cemetery and salvage excavations at Heliopolis, the settlement of El Omari, and the settlement and cemetery of Maadi at Wadi Digla. Four of the documents are written in German and 16 in English with occasional quotes or sections in German or French." - (publisher's description)
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"Archaeobotanical remains from Tell Ibrahim Awad, seasons 1988 and 1989."
By Gerrit-Jan de Roller.
Chapter In: Early Dynastic Egypt: MR70.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 53 documents describes the Early Dynastic Egypt tradition which extended from 5300 BP to 4575 BP, from the time of the Late Predynastic kings through the Third Dynasty. The territory centers in Egypt with colonies in what is now Gaza, Israel, and the West Bank. Readers can get an overview of the Early Dynastic tradition by reading Emery. Two of these documents are written in German and the rest in English with occasional quotes or sections in German or French. Thirty-two were originally published in The Nile delta in transition: 4th.-3rd. millennium B.C.: proceedings of the seminar held in Cairo, 21-24 October 1990, at the Netherlands Institute of Archaeology and Arabic Studies." - (publisher's description)
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"Archaeology and Egyptology."
By Kent R. Weeks.
Chapter In: Egyptology Today.
Edited by Richard H. Wilkinson.
Cambridge, England; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2008.
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The Archaeology of Early Egypt: Social Transformations in North-East Africa, 10,000 to 2,650 BC.
The Archaeology of Early Egypt: Social Transformations in North-East Africa, 10,000 to 2,650 BC cover image By David Wengrow.
Cambridge, UK; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2006.
Series: Cambridge World Archaeology.
"In this authoritative survey of the archaeology of early Egypt, David Wengrow offers a new interpretation of the emergence of farming economies and the dynastic state, c.10,000 to 2,650 BC. Exploring key themes such as the nature of state power, kingship and the inception of writing, Wengrow illuminates prehistoric social development along the Nile through comparison with neighboring regions. Employing rich empirical data and engaging critically with anthropological theory and the history of archaeological thought, Wengrow's work challenges the current theoretical isolation of Egyptian prehistory." - (publisher's description)
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"Archaeology of the Dishna Plain, Egypt."
By Fekri A. Hassan.
Chapter In: Late Paleolithic Egypt: MR50.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
Note: This portion of eHRAF archaeology was first released in 2005.
"This collection of 19 documents describes the archaeological tradition known as Late Paleolithic Egypt that inhabited Egypt and northern Sudan between approximately 25000 BP and 7000 BP. No single document provides a comprehensive overview. Hassan analyzes lithic collections from 10 sites in the Dishna Plain. Lubell was the first to describe the Fakhurian industry from five sites around Deir El-Fakhuri. Butler and Rao also contribute to that description, with Butler presenting analysis of skeletal material from site E71K1. Other Fakhurian sites are described, including those near Ballana and Tushka. Phillips describes sites E71K12 and E71K13, near Esna. Vermeersch discusses two sites with evidence that the inhabitants may have been drying or preserving fish. Six of these texts were previously published in: A late paleolithic kill-butchery-camp in upper Egypt by Fred Wendorf." - (publisher's description)
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"Archaic Egypt."
By Walter B. Emery.
Chapter In: Early Dynastic Egypt: MR70.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 53 documents describes the Early Dynastic Egypt tradition which extended from 5300 BP to 4575 BP, from the time of the Late Predynastic kings through the Third Dynasty. The territory centers in Egypt with colonies in what is now Gaza, Israel, and the West Bank. Readers can get an overview of the Early Dynastic tradition by reading Emery. Two of these documents are written in German and the rest in English with occasional quotes or sections in German or French. Thirty-two were originally published in The Nile delta in transition: 4th.-3rd. millennium B.C.: proceedings of the seminar held in Cairo, 21-24 October 1990, at the Netherlands Institute of Archaeology and Arabic Studies." - (publisher's description)
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"Art of ancient Egypt."
By Rita E. Freed.
Chapter In: Egyptology Today.
Edited by Richard H. Wilkinson.
Cambridge, England; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2008.
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"Art of the Egyptians, Phoenicians, and Persians."
By Johann Joachim Winckelmann.
Chapter In: History of the Art of Antiquity.
By Johann Joachim Winckelmann; introduction by Alex Potts; translation by Harry Francis Mallgrave.
Los Angeles, CA: Getty Research Institute, 2006.
Series: Texts & Documents.
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"Artifact analyses."
By Michael Allen Hoffman and Michael Berger.
Chapter In: Upper Egypt Predynastic: MR55.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
Note: This portion of eHRAF archaeology was first released in 2005.
"This collection of 24 documents describes the Upper Egypt Predynastic tradition. All are in English with occasional quotes or sections in German. The documents discuss Upper Egypt from 8000 BP-5000 BP and the movement of people into the Nile Valley. Readers can get an overview of the Predynastic tradition by reading the brief overviews found in Bard, Hassan, Spencer, Wenke, and Spencer. Manuscript-length overviews are found in Hoffman and Rice. Many sources discuss fieldwork in the Hierakonpolis area. Several other authors explore state formation or the rise of the Egyptian state. Ten of these documents were originally published together as The predynastic of Hierakonpolis: an interim report." - (publisher's description)
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"Artifact conservation and Egyptology."
By Susanne Gänsicke.
Chapter In: Egyptology Today.
Edited by Richard H. Wilkinson.
Cambridge, England; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2008.
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Atlas of Ancient Egypt.
Atlas of Ancient Egypt cover image By John Baines and Jaromír Málek.
New York, NY: Facts on File Publications, ©1984.
"Text, illustrations, and maps describe the cultural background of Egypt, geography, history, and Egyptian society." - (publisher's description)
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The Atlas of World Archaeology.
Edited by Paul Bahn.
New York, NY: Checkmark Books. 2000
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"Beyond the polis: women and economic opportunity in early Ptolemaic Egypt."
By Jane Rowlandson.
Chapter In: The Greek World.
Edited by Anton Powell.
London, England; New York, NY: Routledge, 1995.
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"Botanical examination."
By Vivi Täckholm.
Chapter In: Lower Egypt Predynastic: MR60.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 20 documents describes the Lower Egypt Predynastic tradition from 7000-5000 BP. Wetterstrom provides an overview. The archaeological evidence for settlements mainly consists of a series of pits that represent ephemeral habitation structures, storage or refuse pits, and burials. Work at three sites predominates: the cemetery and salvage excavations at Heliopolis, the settlement of El Omari, and the settlement and cemetery of Maadi at Wadi Digla. Four of the documents are written in German and 16 in English with occasional quotes or sections in German or French." - (publisher's description)
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"Bovines in Egyptian Predynastic and Early Dynastic iconography."
By S. Hendrickx.
Chapter In: Droughts, Food, and Culture: Ecological Change and Food Security in Africa's Later Prehistory.
Edited by Fekri A. Hassan.
New York, NY: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, c2002.
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"Byblos and Egypt: Reciprocity and shared ideologies."
By María Eugenia Aubet.
Chapter In: Commerce and Colonization in the Ancient Near East.
By María Eugenia Aubet; translated into English by Mary Turton.
Cambridge, England; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2013.
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Cairo: Histories of a City.
Cairo: Histories of a City cover image By Nezar AlSayyad.
Cambridge, MA: Belknap Press of Harvard Universitry Press, 2011.
"From its earliest days as a royal settlement fronting the pyramids of Giza to its current manifestation as the largest metropolis in Africa, Cairo has forever captured the urban pulse of the Middle East. In Cairo: Histories of a City, Nezar AlSayyad narrates the many Cairos that have existed throughout time, offering a panoramic view of the city's history unmatched in temporal and geographic scope, through an in-depth examination of its architecture and urban form." - (publisher's description)
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The Cambridge Ancient History, 3rd edition.
By Iorwerth Eiddon Stephen Edwards.
Cambridge, England: New York, NY, USA: Cambridge University Press, 1970-2000.
Note: Ancient Egypt is covered mostly in volumes 1-2.
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The Canaanites.
By Gray, John.
New York, NY: Praeger, [1964].
Series: Ancient Peoples and Places, v. 38.
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Canon and Proportions in Egyptian Art, 2nd fully revised edition.
By Erik Iversen, in collaboration with Yoshiaki Shibata.
Warminster, Wiltshire, UK: Aris and Phillips, 1975.
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The Canopic Equipment of the Kings of Egypt.
The Canopic Equipment of the Kings of Egypt cover image By Aidan Dodson with contributions by Otto J. Schaden, Edwin C. Brock and Mark Collier.
London, UK; New York, NY: Kegan Paul International, 1994.
Series: Studies in Egyptology.
"In spite of their significance as part of the burial equipment, canopic items have hitherto received relatively little attention in the literature of Egyptology. This book now documents and discusses all equipment made or used to contain the embalmed internal organs of the kings of ancient Egypt. While some containers were simple stone jars, many were objects of great artistic attainment, the high point perhaps being reached with the solid gold coffinettes of Tutankhamun and the gilded shrine that sheltered them, adorned by the exquisite figures of the four guardian goddesses. Such royal canopics are also of some historical import, one set of jars being key evidence of the existence of a new pharaoh of the Third Intermediate Period.
The book is divided into two parts. The first traces the morphological development of the various forms of container employed in kingly burials, with frequent reference to comparative material from the tombs of lesser members of the royal family and private individuals. The architectural arrangements made for the equipment are also commented upon and illustrated: In doing so, certain points of history and archaeology relating to royal burials are discussed in detail. The arrangement of the section is chronological, individual chapters being devoted to each of the principal eras of ancient Egyptian history. That dealing with the New Kingdom is co-authored by Dr Otto Schaden and Mr Edwin Brock, the latter presenting some of the results of his researches in the Valley of the Kings. The second part catalogues all known canopic items belonging to kings of Egypt, the earliest dating to the Fourth Dynasty, the latest to the Twenty-sixth. Full details of material, dimensions, provenance, present location and bibliography are given. Photographs or drawings are provided for all significant pieces. Hand copies of all hieroglyphic texts are accompanied by translations prepared in collaboration with Dr Mark Collier and Dr Schaden. A full concordance with museum and excavators' numbers is given, before concluding with a bibliography and indexes." - (publisher's description)
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"Changes in the afterlife."
By John H. Taylor.
Chapter In: Egyptian Archaeology.
Edited by Willeke Wendrich.
Chichester, UK; Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010.
Series: Blackwell Studies in Global Archaeology.
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Chert Quarrying, Lithic Technology and a Modern Human Burial at the Palaeolithic Site of Taramsa 1, Upper Egypt.
By Philip van Peer, Pierre M. Vermeersch and Etienne Paulissen.
Leuven, Belgium: Leuven University Press, 2010.
Series: Egyptian Prehistory Monographs; 5.
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"Class and society: position and possessions."
By Wolfram Grajetzki.
Chapter In: Egyptian Archaeology.
Edited by Willeke Wendrich.
Chichester, UK; Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010.
Series: Blackwell Studies in Global Archaeology.
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Cleopatra: A Biography.
Cleopatra: A Biography cover image By Duane W. Roller.
Oxford, UK; New York, NY: Oxford University Press, ©2010.
Series: Women in Antiquity.
"Few personalities from classical antiquity are more famous, yet more poorly understood, than Cleopatra VII, queen of Egypt. In the centuries since her death in 30 BC, she has been endlessly portrayed in the arts and popular culture, from Shakespearean tragedy to paintings, opera, and movies. Despite the queen's enduring celebrity, however, many have dismissed her as a mere seductress. In this major new biography, Duane Roller reveals that Cleopatra was in fact a learned and visionary leader whose overarching goal was always the preservation of her dynasty and kingdom. Roller's authoritative account is the first to be based solely on primary materials from the Greco-Roman period: literary sources, Egyptian documents (Cleopatra's own writings), and representations in art and coinage produced while she was alive. His compelling portrait of the queen illuminates her prowess as a royal administrator who managed a large and diverse kingdom extending from Asia Minor to the interior of Egypt, as a naval commander who led her own fleet in battle, and as a scholar and supporter of the arts. Even her love affairs with Julius Caesar and Marcus Antonius, the source of her reputation as a supreme seductress who drove men to their doom, were carefully crafted state policies: she chose these partners to insure the procreation of successors who would be worthy of her distinguished dynasty. That Cleopatra ultimately lost to her Roman opponents, Roller contends, in no way diminishes her abilities. This definitive portrait restores the Egyptian queen to her rightful historical status as a potent force in the ancient world, one whose policies and influence long survived her and played a determining role in the future course of the Roman empire." - (publisher's description)
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Cleopatra: A Life.
Cleopatra: A Life cover image By Stacy Schiff.
New York, NY: Little, Brown and Co., ©2010.
"Her palace shimmered with onyx, garnets, and gold, but was richer still in political and sexual intrigue. Above all else, Cleopatra was a shrewd strategist and an ingenious negotiator.
Though her life spanned fewer than forty years, it reshaped the contours of the ancient world. She was married twice, each time to a brother. She waged a brutal civil war against the first when both were teenagers. She poisoned the second. Ultimately she dispensed with an ambitious sister as well; incest and assassination were family specialties. Cleopatra appears to have had sex with only two men. They happen, however, to have been Julius Caesar and Mark Antony, among the most prominent Romans of the day. Both were married to other women. Cleopatra had a child with Caesar and--after his murder--three more with his protégé. Already she was the wealthiest ruler in the Mediterranean; the relationship with Antony confirmed her status as the most influential woman of the age. The two would together attempt to forge a new empire, in an alliance that spelled their ends. Cleopatra has lodged herself in our imaginations ever since.
Famous long before she was notorious, Cleopatra has gone down in history for all the wrong reasons. Shakespeare and Shaw put words in her mouth. Michelangelo, Tiepolo, and Elizabeth Taylor put a face to her name. Along the way, Cleopatra's supple personality and the drama of her circumstances have been lost. In a masterly return to the classical sources, Stacy Schiff here boldly separates fact from fiction to rescue the magnetic queen whose death ushered in a new world order. Rich in detail, epic in scope, Schiff 's is a luminous, deeply original reconstruction of a dazzling life." - (publisher's description)
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Cleopatra and Antony: Power, Love, and Politics in the Ancient World.
Cleopatra and Antony: Power, Love, and Politics in the Ancient World cover image By Diana Preston.
New York, NY: Walker & Co., 2009.
Note: Originally published: London, UK: Doubleday, 2008.
"On a stiflingly hot day in August 30 B.C., the thirty-nine-year-old queen of Egypt, Cleopatra, took her own life rather than be paraded in chains through Rome by her conqueror, Octavian-the future first emperor, Augustus. A few days earlier, her lover of eleven years, Mark Antony, had himself committed suicide and died in her arms. Oceans of mythology have grown up around them, all of which Diana Preston explores in her stirring history of the lives and times of a couple whose names-more than two millennia later-still invoke passion, curiosity, and intrigue.
Preston views the drama and romance of Cleopatra and Antony's personal lives as an integral part of the great military, political, and ideological struggle that culminated in the full-fledged rise of the Roman Empire, joined east and west. Perhaps not until Joanna in fourteenth-century Naples or Elizabeth I of England would another woman show such political shrewdness and staying power as did Cleopatra during her years atop the throne of Egypt. Her lengthy affair with Julius Caesar linked the might of Egypt with that of Rome; in the aftermath of the civil war that erupted following Caesar's murder, her alliance with Antony, and his subsequent split with Octavian, set the stage for the end of the Republic.
With the keen eye for detail, abundant insight, and storytelling skill that have won awards for her previous books, Diana Preston sheds new light on a vitally important period in Western history. Indeed, had Cleopatra and Antony managed to win the battle of Actium, the centuries that followed, which included the life of Jesus himself, could well have played out differently." - (publisher's description)
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Cleopatra: Last Queen of Egypt.
Cleopatra: Last Queen of Egypt cover image By Joyce A. Tyldesley.
New York, NY: Basic Books, 2008.
"Cleopatra is often portrayed as a woman ruled by emotion rather than reason; a queen hurtling towards inevitable self-destruction. But these tales of seduction, intrigue, and suicide by asp have obfuscated Cleopatra's true political genius. Stripping away our preconceptions, many of them as old as Egypt's Roman conquerors, Egyptologist Joyce Tyldesley offers a magnificent biography of a most extraordinary queen." - (publisher's description)
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The Complete Gods and Goddesses of Ancient Egypt.
The Complete Gods and Goddesses of Ancient Egypt cover image By Richard H. Wilkinson.
New York, NY: Thames & Hudson, 2003.
"The lives of pharaohs and commoners alike were dominated by the need to honor, worship, and pacify the huge pantheon of deities. From lavish tomb paintings and imposing temple reliefs to humble household shrines, countless tributes throughout Egypt reflect the richness and complexity of their mythology. This book examines the evolution, worship, and eventual decline of the numerous gods and goddesses'from minor household figures such as Bes and Taweret to the all-powerful deities Amun and Rethat made Egypt the most completely theocratic society of the ancient world, and made Egyptians, according to Herodotus, "more religious than any other people."
"Rise and Fall of the Gods" considers the origins of Egypt's deities, their struggles to control cosmic forces, and their eventual decline.
"Nature of the Gods" examines the forms, appearances, and manifestations of the deities, as well as the transcendence of preeminent deities such as Amun.
"Worship of the Gods" introduces the rituals and mysteries of formal Egyptian worship, including the importance of temples and festivals.
"Kingship and the Gods" discusses the all-important position of the king, who served as a bridge between the gods and humanity.
"The Many Faces of the Divine" is a unique catalogue of Egypt's gods and goddesses grouped according to their primary forms, discussing their iconography, mythology, and worship, and their influence over time.
With hundreds of illustrations and specially commissioned drawings, this is a comprehensive and authoritative guide to the deities that lay at the heart of Egyptian religion and society." - (publisher's description)
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The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Archaeology.
The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Archaeology cover image By Timothy Darvill.
Oxford and New York, NY: Oxford University Press. 2002.
"With more than 4,000 original entries mapping the world of archeological theory and research, this book details the concepts, methods, materials, artifacts, findings, and sites around the world. This A-to-Z resource is a virtual introduction to archeology as a science, covering its key themes, trends, techniques, and major figures, as well as its principal discoveries and findings in all parts of the world. Included are quick reference guides to chronological periods and traditions, lists of abbreviations and key historical figures, and detailed portraits of the archeology of key sites from around the world. The Dictionary is unique in providing full coverage of the principles and theoretical perspectives that are the foundations of the field, as well as American and British legislation relevant to archeological sites and research." (publisher's description)
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"Consolidation, innovation, and renaissance."
By Penelope Wilson.
Chapter In: Egyptian Archaeology.
Edited by Willeke Wendrich.
Chichester, UK; Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010.
Series: Blackwell Studies in Global Archaeology.
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"Correlation between Lower Egypt and southern Canaan during the EB I period."
By Ruth Amiran and Ram Gophna.
Chapter In: Early Dynastic Egypt: MR70.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
Note: This portion of eHRAF archaeology was first released in 2005.
"This collection of 53 documents describes the Early Dynastic Egypt tradition which extended from 5300 BP to 4575 BP, from the time of the Late Predynastic kings through the Third Dynasty. The territory centers in Egypt with colonies in what is now Gaza, Israel, and the West Bank. Readers can get an overview of the Early Dynastic tradition by reading Emery. Two of these documents are written in German and the rest in English with occasional quotes or sections in German or French. Thirty-two were originally published in The Nile delta in transition: 4th.-3rd. millennium B.C.: proceedings of the seminar held in Cairo, 21-24 October 1990, at the Netherlands Institute of Archaeology and Arabic Studies." - (publisher's description)
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Cracking Codes: The Rosetta Stone and Decipherment.
Cracking Codes: The Rosetta Stone and Decipherment cover image By Richard Bruce Parkinson; with contributions by W. Diffie, M. Fischer, and R.S. Simpson.
Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, ©1999.
"Napoleon's troops discovered a granitoid slab in the village of Rosetta in the western Delta in 1799. The Rosetta Stone was to become one of the most famous Egyptian antiquities in the world as well as an instantly recognizable icon of script and decipherment. In this exciting, beautifully illustrated work, Richard Parkinson tells the story of the Stone's discovery and the so-called battle of the decipherers that it inspired. Published to accompany a major exhibition at the British Museum celebrating the bicentenary of the Stone's discovery, and including a selective catalog of the exhibits, this book also examines the wider issues of script and writing in ancient Egypt and beyond.
The Rosetta Stone is a fragment of a stela inscribed with a priestly decree in honor of Ptolemy V. The main significance of the text lies not in its content, however, but in the fact that it is written in three scripts-hieroglyphic, demotic, and ancient Greek. Early Orientalists recognized immediately the potential of the Stone for the decipherment of Egyptian hieroglyphs. Thomas Young made great advances, especially with the demotic text, but it was Jean-FranÁois Champollion who made the final breakthrough in 1822. In so doing he cracked much more than two Egyptian scripts: He opened up Egyptian culture as a whole to historians.
Among the subjects discussed in Cracking Codes are the relationship between hieroglyphs and art, the social prestige of literacy, and the power of writing and its practical aspects (scribal equipment and training). A brief description of other decipherments is also given, drawing on examples such as Linear B and Meroitic-a language which remains to be read." - (publisher's description)
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"Creating a new economic order: economic life and economic policy under the Ptolemies."
By Joseph Gilbert Manning.
Chapter In: The Last Pharaohs: Egypt Under the Ptolemies, 305-30 BC.
By J.G. Manning.
Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, ©2010.
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The Culture of Ancient Egypt.
The Culture of Ancient Egypt cover image By John Albert Wilson.
Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press 1963, ©1951.
Series: Phoenix books, P11; An Oriental Institute Essay.
"The story of Egypt is the story of history itself--the endless rise and fall, the life and death and life again of the eternal human effort to endure, enjoy, and understand the mystery of our universe. Emerging from the ancient mists of time, Egypt met the challenge of the mystery in a glorious evolution of religious, intellectual, and political institutions and for two millenniums flourished with all the vigor that the human heart can invest in a social and cultural order. Then Egypt began to crumble into the desert sands and the waters of the Nile, and her remarkable achievements in civilization became her lingering epitaph. John A. Wilson has written a rich and interpretive biography of one of the greatest cultural periods in human experience. He answers-as best the modern Egyptologist can-the questions inevitably asked concerning the dissolution of Egypt's glory. Here is scholarship in its finest form, concerned with the humanity that has preceded us, and finding in man's past grandeur and failure much meaning for men of today." - (publisher's description)
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Cyprus, From the Stone Age to the Romans.
By Vassos Karageorghis.
London, UK: Thames and Hudson, ©1982.
Series: Ancient Peoples and Places; v. 101.
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Daily Life in Ancient Egypt: Recreating Lahun.
Daily Life in Ancient Egypt: Recreating Lahun cover image By Kasia Maria Szpakowska.
Malden, MA: Blackwell Pub., 2008.
"Focusing on the experience of a young girl and her family, this book recreates the daily life of middle-class residents of the ancient town of Lahun during Egypt's Middle Kingdom, or Classical Age. After placing the town in its accurate historical and geographical context, the author chronicles the everyday life of its inhabitants - from their education, occupations, and food preparation to their religious rituals, healing techniques, marriages, births, and deaths.". "Throughout the book, authenticity takes center stage. This perfect snapshot in time has been painstakingly recreated using recently published textual data and archaeological findings directly from the settlement of Lahun as well as from other contemporary settlement and mortuary sites. Wherever possible, actual physical artifacts are illustrated with line-drawings or photographs (some published here for the first time), accompanied by descriptions of their production and use. Daily Life in Ancient Egypt is a scholarly portrayal of Egypt's Classical Age and a timeless microcosm of daily life in an ancient Egyptian town." - (publisher's description)
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Death in Ancient Egypt.
Death in Ancient Egypt cover image By A. Jeffrey Spencer.
Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England; New York, NY, U.S.A.: Penguin Books, 1984 printing, ©1982.
Series: Pelican Books.
"In this survey, the author gives an account of Egyptian burial customs, the reasons for their existence and how they changed in response to developments in religion. The author describes the tombs and the objects inside them - furniture, food, inscriptions, temples for animal gods - and shows how the Egyptians coped with the problems of security involved in guarding the afterlife of their dead. He goes on to demonstrate how recent scientific developments have added a new dimension to research, enabling scholars to trace family relationships, identify prevalent diseases and sometimes to discover the full pathological case histories of mummies, producing a detailed picture of this culture." - (publisher's description)
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"Dental health and disease in ancient Egypt."
By Judith Miller.
Chapter In: Egyptian Mummies and Modern Science.
Edited by Rosalie David.
Cambridge, UK; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2008.
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"Descent group competition and economic strategies in Predynastic Egypt."
By Stephen H. Savage.
Chapter In: Upper Egypt Predynastic: MR55.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 24 documents describes the Upper Egypt Predynastic tradition. All are in English with occasional quotes or sections in German. The documents discuss Upper Egypt from 8000 BP-5000 BP and the movement of people into the Nile Valley. Readers can get an overview of the Predynastic tradition by reading the brief overviews found in Bard, Hassan, Spencer, Wenke, and Spencer. Manuscript-length overviews are found in Hoffman and Rice. Many sources discuss fieldwork in the Hierakonpolis area. Several other authors explore state formation or the rise of the Egyptian state. Ten of these documents were originally published together as The predynastic of Hierakonpolis: an interim report." - (publisher's description)
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"Determination of floride and nitrogen in fossil bones."
By G.V.K. Rao.
Chapter In: Late Paleolithic Egypt: MR50.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 19 documents describes the archaeological tradition known as Late Paleolithic Egypt that inhabited Egypt and northern Sudan between approximately 25000 BP and 7000 BP. No single document provides a comprehensive overview. Hassan analyzes lithic collections from 10 sites in the Dishna Plain. Lubell was the first to describe the Fakhurian industry from five sites around Deir El-Fakhuri. Butler and Rao also contribute to that description, with Butler presenting analysis of skeletal material from site E71K1. Other Fakhurian sites are described, including those near Ballana and Tushka. Phillips describes sites E71K12 and E71K13, near Esna. Vermeersch discusses two sites with evidence that the inhabitants may have been drying or preserving fish. Six of these texts were previously published in: A late paleolithic kill-butchery-camp in upper Egypt by Fred Wendorf." - (publisher's description)
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Development of Religion and Thought in Ancient Egypt.
Development of Religion and Thought in Ancient Egypt cover image By James Henry Breasted; introduction by John A. Wilson.
New York, Harper, [1959].
Series: Harper Torchbooks.
"A monument and a classic. . . . In this book we find the impact of nature upon religion in the abounding land of Egypt; the first skepticism and questionings of the system; the search for social justice as an answer to social woes, and the consequent seizure of royal privileges by lesser men; the attempt to assert monotheism; humble trust in a forgiving god; and the final triumph of priestly rule over religion. Because it is remote from us in time and place, we can look at it in detachment. And yet, in its cadences and in its stresses, it is our own story." - (John A. Wilson, from the Introduction)
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The Dictionary of Ancient Egypt.
The Dictionary of Ancient Egypt cover image By Ian Shaw and Paul Nicholson; in association with The British Museum.
New York, NY: Harry N. Abrams, 2003.
"Why did the Egyptians go to such effort to preserve their dead? How did they brew beer and furnish their houses? What would the great temple complex at Karnak have looked like? Why did Tutankhamun change his name? Packed with facts and superb illustrations, this extensively cross-referenced A-to-Z guide to the world's most intriguing civilization is now available in a compact, affordable paperback edition. Drawing on the vast resources of London's British Museum, the book is a mine of information on all aspects of the ancient Egyptian world. Clear explanations and descriptions of 600 major ideas, events, and personalities that shaped 4,000 years of life in the Nile valley are provided, and each entry is followed by a brief bibliography. Illustrated throughout with photographs, line drawings, site plans, and maps, and including the most up-to-date information, The Dictionary of Ancient Egypt is an invaluable resource." (publisher's description)
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A Dictionary of Egyptian Gods and Goddesses.
Dictionary of Egyptian Gods and Goddesses cover image By George Hart.
London, United Kingdom; New York, NY: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1986.
"Students of archaeology, travellers, visitors to museums and all those interested in mythology will value this comprehensive handbook. It details the major gods and goddesses and presents a broad survey of others, giving a vivid picture of the complexity and richness of the imagery of Egyptian mythology." - (publisher's description)
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The Discovery of Egypt.
By Leslie Greener.
New York, NY:Viking Press, 1967, ©1966.
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"DNA identification in mummies and associated material."
By Patricia Rutherford.
Chapter In: Egyptian Mummies and Modern Science.
Edited by Rosalie David.
Cambridge, UK; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2008.
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"The Earliest Egyptian writing."
By Andréas Stauder.
Chapter In: Visible Language: Inventions of Writing in the Ancient Middle East and Beyond.
Edited by Christopher Woods with the assistance of Geoff Emberling and Emily Teeter.
Chicago, IL: Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, 2010.
Series: Oriental Institute Museum Publications; No. 32.
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"Early and Middle Paleolithic sites near Arkin, Sudan."
By Waldemar Chmielewski.
Chapter In: Middle Paleolithic Egypt: MR45.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2004-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"There are 7 documents in the file for The Middle Paleolithic in Egypt and the northern Sudan which has absolute dates of 230,000 to 45,000 B.P. Subperiods include the Mousterian, Aterian, Khormusan and Nubian Middle Stone Age, which are unevenly distributed across northern Africa. The climate was at times wetter and milder than today (Caton-Thompson, Wendorf); the sites are located near permanent lakes from the milder periods around Bir Tarfawi, Bir Sahara East, and the Kharga Oasis, and along the Nile Valley. The lithic assemblages includes Levallois flakes, Mousterian points, sidescrapers, notches, denticulates; pendiculated pieces in the Aterian, and burins in the Khormusan. Faunal assemblages include fish, wild cattle, gazelle and others. Caton-Thompson and Gardner's work in the 1930's at the Kharga Oasis is notable for the methodology and attention to the environmental record. Wendorf excavated 17 sites near Bir Tarfawi and Bir Sahara East; he used a variety of techniques for absoluting dating of the site. The sites are thought to be remains of day camps or worksites. Chmielewski, the Guichards, and Marks report on fieldwork led by Wendorf for salvage work near the Aswan dam; their work covers the Middle Paleolithic, Mousterian and Khormusan horizons." - (publisher's description)
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Early Civilizations: Ancient Egypt in Context.
By Bruce G. Trigger.
Cairo, Egypt: American University in Cairo Press, ©1993.
Note: "Based on four lectures on 'Ancient Egypt as an Early Civilization' that I delivered at the American University in Cairo between April 12 and 15, 1992" -- Pref.
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Early Dynastic Egypt.
Early Dynastic Egypt cover image By Toby A.H. Wilkinson.
London, UK; New York, NY: Routledge, 2001.
"Early Dynastic Egypt spans the five centuries preceding the construction of the Great Pyramid at Giza. This was the formative period of ancient Egyptian civilization, and it witnessed the creation of a distinctive culture that was to endure for 3,000 years. This book examines the background to that great achievement, the mechanisms by which it was accomplished, and the character of life in the Nile valley during the first 500 years of Pharaonic rule. The results of over thirty years of international scholarship and excavation are presented in this single volume. It traces the re-discovery of Early Dynastic Egypt, explains how the dynasties established themselves in government and concludes by examining the impact of the early state on individual communities and regions. This new paperback edition is the most comprehensive treatment of this period to date and breaks new ground by tackling hitherto neglected topics such as Early Dynastic administration and religion." - (publisher's description)
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"Early dynastic Egypt."
By Toby A.H. Wilkinson.
Chapter In: Early Dynastic Egypt: MR70.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
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"This collection of 53 documents describes the Early Dynastic Egypt tradition which extended from 5300 BP to 4575 BP, from the time of the Late Predynastic kings through the Third Dynasty. The territory centers in Egypt with colonies in what is now Gaza, Israel, and the West Bank. Readers can get an overview of the Early Dynastic tradition by reading Emery. Two of these documents are written in German and the rest in English with occasional quotes or sections in German or French. Thirty-two were originally published in The Nile delta in transition: 4th.-3rd. millennium B.C.: proceedings of the seminar held in Cairo, 21-24 October 1990, at the Netherlands Institute of Archaeology and Arabic Studies." - (publisher's description)
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"Early Dynastic Period in Egypt."
Edited by I. E. S. Edwards, the late C. J. Gadd, N.G.L. Hammond.
Chapter In: Early Dynastic Egypt: MR70.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
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"This collection of 53 documents describes the Early Dynastic Egypt tradition which extended from 5300 BP to 4575 BP, from the time of the Late Predynastic kings through the Third Dynasty. The territory centers in Egypt with colonies in what is now Gaza, Israel, and the West Bank. Readers can get an overview of the Early Dynastic tradition by reading Emery. Two of these documents are written in German and the rest in English with occasional quotes or sections in German or French. Thirty-two were originally published in The Nile delta in transition: 4th.-3rd. millennium B.C.: proceedings of the seminar held in Cairo, 21-24 October 1990, at the Netherlands Institute of Archaeology and Arabic Studies." - (publisher's description)
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"Early Dynastic sites of Upper Egypt, the Fayum and the Nile Delta."
By Huib E. de Wit and Maciej Pawlikowski.
Chapter In: Early Dynastic Egypt: MR70.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
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"This collection of 53 documents describes the Early Dynastic Egypt tradition which extended from 5300 BP to 4575 BP, from the time of the Late Predynastic kings through the Third Dynasty. The territory centers in Egypt with colonies in what is now Gaza, Israel, and the West Bank. Readers can get an overview of the Early Dynastic tradition by reading Emery. Two of these documents are written in German and the rest in English with occasional quotes or sections in German or French. Thirty-two were originally published in The Nile delta in transition: 4th.-3rd. millennium B.C.: proceedings of the seminar held in Cairo, 21-24 October 1990, at the Netherlands Institute of Archaeology and Arabic Studies." - (publisher's description)
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"Early dynasties ; Unification of the land."
By A. J. Spencer.
Chapter In: Early Dynastic Egypt: MR70.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
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"This collection of 53 documents describes the Early Dynastic Egypt tradition which extended from 5300 BP to 4575 BP, from the time of the Late Predynastic kings through the Third Dynasty. The territory centers in Egypt with colonies in what is now Gaza, Israel, and the West Bank. Readers can get an overview of the Early Dynastic tradition by reading Emery. Two of these documents are written in German and the rest in English with occasional quotes or sections in German or French. Thirty-two were originally published in The Nile delta in transition: 4th.-3rd. millennium B.C.: proceedings of the seminar held in Cairo, 21-24 October 1990, at the Netherlands Institute of Archaeology and Arabic Studies." - (publisher's description)
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Early Hydraulic Civilization in Egypt: A Study in Cultural Ecology.
By Karl W. Butzer.
Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 1976.
Series: Prehistoric Archeology and Ecology.
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"Early Dynastic period."
By Naomi Porat.
Chapter In: Early Dynastic Egypt: MR70.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 53 documents describes the Early Dynastic Egypt tradition which extended from 5300 BP to 4575 BP, from the time of the Late Predynastic kings through the Third Dynasty. The territory centers in Egypt with colonies in what is now Gaza, Israel, and the West Bank. Readers can get an overview of the Early Dynastic tradition by reading Emery. Two of these documents are written in German and the rest in English with occasional quotes or sections in German or French. Thirty-two were originally published in The Nile delta in transition: 4th.-3rd. millennium B.C.: proceedings of the seminar held in Cairo, 21-24 October 1990, at the Netherlands Institute of Archaeology and Arabic Studies." - (publisher's description)
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"Egypt."
By Alan B. Lloyd.
Chapter In: Brill's Companion to Herodotus.
Edited by Egbert J. Bakker, Irene J.F. de Jong, and Hans van Wees.
Leiden, Germany; Boston MA: Brill, 2002.
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"Egypt."
By Charles Maisels.
Chapter In: The Archaeology of Politics and Power: Where, When, and Why the First States Formed.
By Charles Maisels.
Oxford, UK; Oakville, CT: Oxbow Books, ©2010.
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Egypt after the Pharaohs 332 B.C.-A.D. 642: From Alexander to the Arab Conquest.
Egypt after the Pharaohs cover image By Alan K. Bowman.
Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 1986.
"Egypt After the Pharoahs treats the period which witnessed the arrival of the Greeks and Hellenistic culture in Egypt, the reign of the Ptolemies from Ptolemy I to Cleopatra, the conquest by Rome, the scientific and cultural achievements of Alexandria, and the rise of Christianity. The rich social, cultural, and intellectual ferment of this period comes alive in Alan Bowman's narrative." - (publisher's description)
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Egypt and the East Mediterranean World, 2200-1900 B.C.; Studies in Egyptian Foreign Relations During the First Intermediate Period.
By William A. Ward.
Beirut, Lebanon: American University of Beirut, 1971.
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"Egypt and the Levant."
By Thomas Schneider.
Chapter In: Beyond Babylon: Art, Trade, and Diplomacy in the Second Millennium B.C..
Edited by Joan Aruz, Kim Benzel, and Jean M. Evans.
New York, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art; New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2008.
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Egypt and the Limits of Hellenism.
Egypt and the Limits of Hellenism cover image By Ian S. Moyer.
Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 2011.
"In a series of studies, Ian Moyer explores the ancient history and modern historiography of relations between Egypt and Greece from the fifth century BCE to the early Roman empire. Beginning with Herodotus, he analyzes key encounters between Greeks and Egyptian priests, the bearers of Egypt's ancient traditions. Four moments unfold as rich micro-histories of cross-cultural interaction: Herodotus' interviews with priests at Thebes; Manetho's composition of an Egyptian history in Greek; the struggles of Egyptian priests on Delos; and a Greek physician's quest for magic in Egypt. In writing these histories, the author moves beyond Orientalizing representations of the Other and colonial metanarratives of the civilizing process to reveal interactions between Greeks and Egyptians as transactional processes in which the traditions, discourses and pragmatic interests of both sides shaped the outcome. The result is a dialogical history of cultural and intellectual exchanges between the great civilizations of Greece and Egypt." - (publisher's description)
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"Egypt and Western Asia in the Late New Kingdom: An overview."
By Donald B. Redford.
Chapter In: The Sea Peoples and Their World: A Reassessment.
Edited by Eliezer D. Oren.
Philadelphia, PA: University Museum, 2000.
Series: University Museum Monograph, 108.
Series: University Museum Symposium Series, v. 11.
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Egypt Before the Pharaohs: The Prehistoric Foundations of Egyptian Civilization, Revised and updated.
By Michael A. Hoffman.
Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, 1991.
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"Egypt before the pharaohs, the prehistoric foundations of Egyptian civilization."
By Michael A. Hoffman.
Chapter In: Upper Egypt Predynastic: MR55.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 24 documents describes the Upper Egypt Predynastic tradition. All are in English with occasional quotes or sections in German. The documents discuss Upper Egypt from 8000 BP-5000 BP and the movement of people into the Nile Valley. Readers can get an overview of the Predynastic tradition by reading the brief overviews found in Bard, Hassan, Spencer, Wenke, and Spencer. Manuscript-length overviews are found in Hoffman and Rice. Many sources discuss fieldwork in the Hierakonpolis area. Several other authors explore state formation or the rise of the Egyptian state. Ten of these documents were originally published together as The predynastic of Hierakonpolis: an interim report." - (publisher's description)
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Egypt During the Last Interglacial: The Middle Paleolithic of Bir Tarfawi and Bir Sahara East.
By Fred Wendorf, Romuald Schild, Angela E. Close and associates.
New York, NY: Plenum Press, ©1993.
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"Egypt during the Old Kingdom."
By Robert L. Tignor.
Chapter In: Egypt: A Short History.
By Robert L. Tignor.
Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, ©2010.
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Egypt, from Alexander the Great to the Arab Conquest: A Study in the Diffusion and Decay of Hellenism.
By Harold Idris Bell.
Oxford, UK: Clarendon Press, 1948.
Series: Gregynog Lectures at the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, in November, 1946.
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Egypt in Late Antiquity.
Egypt in Late Antiquity cover image By Roger S. Bagnall.
Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, ©1993.
"Egypt in Late Antiquity brings together a vast amount of information pertaining to the society, economy, and culture of a province important to our understanding of the entire eastern part of the later Roman Empire. Focusing on Egypt from the accession of Diocletian in 284 to the middle of the fifth century, Roger Bagnall draws his evidence mainly from documentary and archaeological sources, including the papyri that have been published over the last thirty years. He deals with the natural and technological setting, the life of Greco-Roman cities and Egyptian country villages, family life, religion, language and literacy, and the distribution and uses of power. One dominant theme in this volume is the changing relationship between the cities and villages. Bagnall examines how the villages, which had been undergoing integration into the urban economies, were losing their internal structure and sense of community as the influence of local temples declined. He argues that in the fourth century Christianization and the development of Coptic allowed Hellenism to serve as a vehicle for a resurgent native culture, with the church providing new internal structure for the villages and new ties to the cities." - (publisher's description)
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"Egypt in the first millennium BC."
By Joseph Gilbert Manning.
Chapter In: The Last Pharaohs: Egypt Under the Ptolemies, 305-30 BC.
By J.G. Manning.
Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, ©2010.
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"Egypt in the memory of the world."
By Fekri A. Hassan.
Chapter In: Egyptian Archaeology.
Edited by Willeke Wendrich.
Chichester, UK; Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010.
Series: Blackwell Studies in Global Archaeology.
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"Egypt, origins of complex societies ; Evolution of early Egyptian civilization: issues and evidence."
By Robert J. Wenke.
Chapter In: Upper Egypt Predynastic: MR55.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 24 documents describes the Upper Egypt Predynastic tradition. All are in English with occasional quotes or sections in German. The documents discuss Upper Egypt from 8000 BP-5000 BP and the movement of people into the Nile Valley. Readers can get an overview of the Predynastic tradition by reading the brief overviews found in Bard, Hassan, Spencer, Wenke, and Spencer. Manuscript-length overviews are found in Hoffman and Rice. Many sources discuss fieldwork in the Hierakonpolis area. Several other authors explore state formation or the rise of the Egyptian state. Ten of these documents were originally published together as The predynastic of Hierakonpolis: an interim report." - (publisher's description)
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Egyptian Archaeology.
Egyptian Archaeology cover image Edited by Willeke Wendrich.
Chichester, UK; Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010.
Series: Blackwell Studies in Global Archaeology.
"Written by some of the world's leading experts, Egyptian Archaeology employs a uniquely archaeological approach to explore ancient Egypt. Drawing on original research and excavations to both synthesize and challenge existing scholarship, this book dispels traditional notions of Egyptian culture as monolithic. Each author explicates current understandings of the cultural and historical processes of ancient Egypt, illustrating that practical research is a vital and fascinating component of any theory-based discussion about the ancient world.
By examining fundamental issues and important temporal, regional, and social developments through a global lens, Egyptian Archaeology brings existing debates vigorously up-to-date, while challenging students to think about their own interpretations, expectations, and attitudes towards ancient and modern Egypt. Engaging and progressive, this fully illustrated volume provides an insightful investigation into the world of ancient Egyptian archaeology and culture." - (publisher's description)
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"Egyptian archaeology: from text to context."
By Willeke Wendrich.
Chapter In: Egyptian Archaeology.
Edited by Willeke Wendrich.
Chichester, UK; Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010.
Series: Blackwell Studies in Global Archaeology.
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"Egyptian civilization reconsidered."
By David Wengrow.
Chapter In: Ancient Egypt in Africa.
Edited by David O'Connor and Andrew Reid.
London, UK: UCL Press; Portland, OR: Cavendish Pub., 2003.
Series: Encounters with Ancient Egypt.
Note: Includes extensively revised and updated papers originally presented at a conference held at the Institute of Archaeology, University College London in December 2000.
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"Egyptian hieroglyphic writing."
By Janet H. Johnson.
Chapter In: Visible Language: Inventions of Writing in the Ancient Middle East and Beyond.
Edited by Christopher Woods with the assistance of Geoff Emberling and Emily Teeter.
Chicago, IL: Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, 2010.
Series: Oriental Institute Museum Publications; No. 32.
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"The Egyptian language."
By James P. Allen.
Chapter In: Egyptology Today.
Edited by Richard H. Wilkinson.
Cambridge, England; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2008.
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"Egyptian literature."
By Susan Tower Hollis.
Chapter In: From an Antique Land: An Introduction to Ancient Near Eastern Literature.
Edited by Carl S. Ehrlich.
Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, ©2009.
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Egyptian Mummies, 2nd edition.
Egyptian Mummies cover image By Carol Andrews.
Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2004.
Note: 2004 reprint.
"Why did the Egyptians try to preserve their dead for eternity? How did they succeed? Carol Andrews answers these questions in a fully illustrated survey of the techniques of mummification, the religious beliefs that lay behind the practice, the ornate coffins and elaborate tombs that housed the bodies, and the grave goods that accompanied them. She explains how animals also came to be embalmed and relates the curious role assumed by Egyptian mummies in European culture and mythology. This book has long proved fascinating reading; it is now available in an updated format." - (publisher's description)
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Egyptian Mummies and Modern Science.
Egyptian Mummies and Modern Science cover image Edited by Rosalie David.
Cambridge, UK; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2008.
"Egyptian mummies have always aroused popular and scientific interest; however, most modern studies, although significantly increased in number and range, have been published in specialist journals. Now, this unique book, written by a long-established team of scientists based at the University of Manchester (England), brings this exciting, cross-disciplinary area of research to a wider readership. Its main aim is to show how this team's multidisciplinary, investigative methods and the unique resource of the Egyptian Mummy Tissue Bank are being used for the new major international investigations of disease evolution and ancient Egyptian pharmacy and pharmacology. It also assesses the current status of palaeopathology and ancient DNA research, and treatments available for conserving mummified remains. Descriptions of the historical development of Egyptian mummifications and medicine and detailed references to previous scientific investigations provide the context for firsthand accounts of cutting-edge research by prominent specialists in this field, demonstrating how these techniques can contribute to a new perspective on Egyptology." - (publisher's description)
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Egyptian Mummies: Unraveling the Secrets of an Ancient Art.
Egyptian Mummies: Unraveling the Secrets of an Ancient Art cover image By Bob Brier.
New York, NY: W. Morrow, ©1994.
"Egyptian Mummies results from research done in preparation for the mummification of a human body, the first to be done in the Egyptian style in two thousand years. Through these studies, noted Egyptologist Bob Brier has unearthed the gripping stories of grave robberies and stolen mummies, the forgotten language of the pharaohs, and the tombs of the royal mummies. In an easily accesible and lively style, Brier uncovers the complete historical context of ancient Egyptian culture and offers a fascinating contemporary interpretation of it. Illuminating their mysteries, myths, sacred rituals, and heiroglyphic writing, Egyptian Mummies brings the ancients to life." - (publisher's description)
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Egyptian Myths.
Egyptian Myths cover image By George Hart.
Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, 1990.
Series: The Legendary Past.
Note: Published in co-operation with British Museum Publications.
"The rich panorama of ancient Egyptian mythology has survived through tomb paintings, temple inscriptions, and papyri. This account begins with the creation legends of Heliopolis, Memphis, and Hermopolis and illustrates the intellectual struggles of the Egyptians to explain the beginning of the world. The myths that follow range from stories about the gods -- the murder of Osiris and vengeance of Horus, Isis and the seven scorpions, Sakhmet and the virtual slaughter of mankind -- to fables such as the Shipwrecked Sailor and the Enchanted Island. Through these delightful and often amusing tales, we can appreciate more fully the beliefs and imagination of the ancient Egyptians." - (publisher's description)
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Egyptian Religion.
By Siegfried Morenz; translated by Ann E. Keep.
Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, [1973].
Note: Translation of Ägyptische Religion.
"Introducing the reader to the gods and their worshippers and to the ways in which they were related, this book focuses on the ever-present link between the human and the divine in Ancient Egypt. The book also examines the impact of Egyptian religion upon the Judaeo-Christian world." - (publisher's description)
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"Egyptian religious texts."
By Ronald J. Leprohon.
Chapter In: Egyptology Today.
Edited by Richard H. Wilkinson.
Cambridge, England; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2008.
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"Egyptian writing and Egyptian speech."
By Barry B. Powell.
Chapter In: Writing: Theory and History of the Technology of Civilization.
By Barry B. Powell.
Chichester, UK; Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009.
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"Egyptian writing. The concept and development of the Egyptian writing system."
By Elise V. MacArthur.
Chapter In: Visible Language: Inventions of Writing in the Ancient Middle East and Beyond.
Edited by Christopher Woods with the assistance of Geoff Emberling and Emily Teeter.
Chicago, IL: Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, 2010.
Series: Oriental Institute Museum Publications; No. 32.
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The Egyptians, 3rd edition revised.
The Egyptians cover image By Cyril Aldred, and updated by Aidan Dodson.
London, UK; New York, NY: Thames and Hudson, 1998.
Series: Ancient Peoples and Places.
"Ancient Egypt may have been, to paraphrase Herodotus, "the gift of the Nile," but Egypt's civilization was no less the product of her god incarnate, the pharaoh. These twin themes--the overwhelming importance of the annual inundation of the Nile and the rise and fall over three thousand years of the power of the divine king--provide the unifying thread running through the fourth edition of this classic text. The late Cyril Aldred was Keeper of the Department of Art and Archaeology at the Royal Museum of Scotland, and served as Associate Curator of the Department of Egyptian Art at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Aidan Dodson, Visiting Fellow in Archaeology at the University of Bristol, has completely revised this "masterpiece of compression" (Jacquetta Hawkes), carefully preserving Aldred's succinct and lucid style. Many significant and recent finds are investigated, and new thoughts on the first unification of Egypt, her early kings, and the Third Intermediate Period are included. The dating has been revised throughout, many new photographs have been incorporated, and a complete list of kings is included for the first time." - (publisher's description)
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The Egyptians: An Introduction to Egyptian Archaeology.
By John Ruffle.
Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1977.
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Egyptology Today.
Egyptology Today cover image Edited by Richard H. Wilkinson.
Cambridge, England; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2008.
"Egyptology Today examines how modern scholars examine all aspects of ancient Egypt, one of the greatest of all ancient civilizations. In essays by a team of archaeologists, curators, scholars and conservators who are actively involved in research or applied aspects of Egyptology, this book looks at the techniques and methods that are used to increase our understanding of a distant culture that was as old to the Greeks and Romans as these cultures are to us." - (publisher's description)
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Egypt's Making: The Origins of Ancient Egypt, 5000-2000 BC.
Egypt's Making: The Origins of Ancient Egypt, 5000-2000 BC cover image By Michael Rice.
London, UK; New York, NY: Routledge, 1991.
"Early Egypt provides a rare opportunity to study a civilization when it was largely free of external influences. Egypt's Making examines the art, architecture, and political institutions of this early period in an attempt to explain the psychology of its people.
Covering the first 3000 years of Egyptian history, from ca. 5000 B.C. to ca. 2000 B.C., Michael Rice evokes the wonder of most ancient Egypt, identifying the essentially African character of historic Egyptian society, institutions, and art. He also applies some of the precepts of Jungian psychology to the development of the historic Egyptian personality, drawing on Jung's own writings and correspondence. Superb illustrations throughout help to illuminate this fascinating and relatively little-known period of Egyptian history." - (publisher's description)
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"Egypt's making: the origins of ancient Egypt 5000-2000 BC."
By Michael Rice.
Chapter In: Upper Egypt Predynastic: MR55.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 24 documents describes the Upper Egypt Predynastic tradition. All are in English with occasional quotes or sections in German. The documents discuss Upper Egypt from 8000 BP-5000 BP and the movement of people into the Nile Valley. Readers can get an overview of the Predynastic tradition by reading the brief overviews found in Bard, Hassan, Spencer, Wenke, and Spencer. Manuscript-length overviews are found in Hoffman and Rice. Many sources discuss fieldwork in the Hierakonpolis area. Several other authors explore state formation or the rise of the Egyptian state. Ten of these documents were originally published together as The predynastic of Hierakonpolis: an interim report." - (publisher's description)
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"Elite graves at Hierakonpolis."
By Barbara Adams.
Chapter In: Early Dynastic Egypt: MR70.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 53 documents describes the Early Dynastic Egypt tradition which extended from 5300 BP to 4575 BP, from the time of the Late Predynastic kings through the Third Dynasty. The territory centers in Egypt with colonies in what is now Gaza, Israel, and the West Bank. Readers can get an overview of the Early Dynastic tradition by reading Emery. Two of these documents are written in German and the rest in English with occasional quotes or sections in German or French. Thirty-two were originally published in The Nile delta in transition: 4th.-3rd. millennium B.C.: proceedings of the seminar held in Cairo, 21-24 October 1990, at the Netherlands Institute of Archaeology and Arabic Studies." - (publisher's description)
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"The Empire of New Kingdom Egypt, 1539-1069 BC."
By Bill Manley.
Chapter In: The Great Empires of the Ancient World.
Edited by Thomas Harrison.
Los Angeles, CA: J. Paul Getty Museum, ©2009.
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Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt, 3rd edition.
Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt cover image By Margaret R. Bunson.
New York, NY: Infobase Pub., 2012.
"Ranging from Egypt's predynastic cultures to the suicides of Cleopatra and Marc Antony in 30 BCE, Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt, Third Edition includes more than 2,300 detailed entries, each thoroughly reviewed and updated to reflect recent advances in scholarship.
In addition to the latest discoveries and excavations, new front and back matter items have been added to this comprehensive resource, including an appendix on the study of ancient Egypt, a glossary, a historical overview section, and a geographical overview section." - (publisher's description)
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The Encyclopedia of Ancient Egyptian Architecture.
The Encyclopedia of Ancient Egyptian Architecture cover image By Dieter Arnold; translated by Sabine H. Gardiner and Helen Strudwick; edited by Nigel and Helen Strudwick.
Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2003.
"Destined to be the standard reference for years to come, this comprehensive encyclopedia offers a welcome overview of the magnificent structures that continue to lure pilgrims and tourists, impress architects, and inspire awe. It will be enjoyed by serious devotees of architecture and archaeology as well as by armchair travelers and all who have wondered how the great pyramids were built. . . . [this is the] . . . The definitive reference on the diverse monuments built by the ancient Egyptians across three millennia, this generously illustrated volume surveys the ancient world's most remarkable architecture." (publisher's description)
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Encyclopedia of Archaeology: History and Discoveries.
Edited by Tim Murray.
Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO. 2001.
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Encyclopedia of Archaeology: The Great Archaeologists.
Edited by Tim Murray.
Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO. 1999.
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Encyclopedia of the Archaeology of Ancient Egypt.
Compiled and edited by Kathryn A. Bard; with the editing assistance of Steven Blake Shubert.
London; New York, NY: Routledge, 1999.
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Encyclopedia of Underwater and Maritime Archaeology.
Encyclopedia of Underwater and Maritime Archaeology cover image Edited by James P. Delgado.
New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. 1998.
"The slave transport Whydah and the ill-fated Titanic-- both the focus of significant recent motion pictures--evoke emotional images and document important events in American and British history and culture. These vessels are but two of nearly five hundred subjects considered in this first comprehensive reference book on the submerged past. Archaeologists working in the deep ocean, in lakes and rivers, and on buried coasts may encounter the remains of ships, seafaring material culture, or drowned settlements during their research. A single, holistic, and up-to-date reference work that characterizes phenomena such as prehistoric Native American remains, submerged Bronze and Iron Age sites, sunken cities and harbors of the Mediterranean world, ancient warships and merchant vessels, and recent ships lost during military activities--including the maritime testing of nuclear devices--has been needed for some time." (publisher's description)
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"Endoscopy and mummy research."
By Ken Wildsmith.
Chapter In: Egyptian Mummies and Modern Science.
Edited by Rosalie David.
Cambridge, UK; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2008.
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"Environmental conditions for early settlement at Minshat Abu Omar, Eastern Nile Delta, Egypt."
By Wolfgang Andres and Jürgen Wunderlich.
Chapter In: Early Dynastic Egypt: MR70.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
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"Epigraphy and recording."
By Peter F. Dorman.
Chapter In: Egyptology Today.
Edited by Richard H. Wilkinson.
Cambridge, England; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2008.
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"Establishing direction in early Egyptian burials and monumental architecture: Measurement and the spatial link with the 'other'."
By Kate Spence.
Chapter In: The Archaeology of Measurement: Comprehending Heaven, Earth and Time in Ancient Societies.
Edited by Iain Morley, Colin Renfrew.
Cambridge, England; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2010.
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Everyday Life in Ancient Egypt.
By Jon Manchip White; drawings by Helen Nixon Fairfield.
New York, NY: Dorset Press, 1989.
Note: Reprint. Originally published: London, UK: B.T. Batsford Ltd., ©1963.
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"Evidence for Egyptian colonization of the southern coastal plain and lowlands of Canaan during the Early Bronze I Period."
By Baruch Brandl.
Chapter In: Early Dynastic Egypt: MR70.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 53 documents describes the Early Dynastic Egypt tradition which extended from 5300 BP to 4575 BP, from the time of the Late Predynastic kings through the Third Dynasty. The territory centers in Egypt with colonies in what is now Gaza, Israel, and the West Bank. Readers can get an overview of the Early Dynastic tradition by reading Emery. Two of these documents are written in German and the rest in English with occasional quotes or sections in German or French. Thirty-two were originally published in The Nile delta in transition: 4th.-3rd. millennium B.C.: proceedings of the seminar held in Cairo, 21-24 October 1990, at the Netherlands Institute of Archaeology and Arabic Studies." - (publisher's description)
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Excavating in Egypt: The Egypt Exploration Society, 1882-1982.
Edited by Thomas Garnet Henry James.
Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 1982.
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"Excavations at Tell el-Fara'in/Buto in 1987-1989."
By Thomas von der Way.
Chapter In: Early Dynastic Egypt: MR70.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
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"The Facial reconstruction of ancient Egyptians."
By Caroline M. Wilkinson.
Chapter In: Egyptian Mummies and Modern Science.
Edited by Rosalie David.
Cambridge, UK; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2008.
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"Fakhurian, a late paleolithic industry from Upper Egypt."
By David Lubell.
Chapter In: Late Paleolithic Egypt: MR50.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 19 documents describes the archaeological tradition known as Late Paleolithic Egypt that inhabited Egypt and northern Sudan between approximately 25000 BP and 7000 BP. No single document provides a comprehensive overview. Hassan analyzes lithic collections from 10 sites in the Dishna Plain. Lubell was the first to describe the Fakhurian industry from five sites around Deir El-Fakhuri. Butler and Rao also contribute to that description, with Butler presenting analysis of skeletal material from site E71K1. Other Fakhurian sites are described, including those near Ballana and Tushka. Phillips describes sites E71K12 and E71K13, near Esna. Vermeersch discusses two sites with evidence that the inhabitants may have been drying or preserving fish. Six of these texts were previously published in: A late paleolithic kill-butchery-camp in upper Egypt by Fred Wendorf." - (publisher's description)
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"Fatherlessness and formal identification in Roman Egypt."
By Sabine R. Hübner.
Chapter In: Growing Up Fatherless in Antiquity.
By Sabine R. Hübner.
Leiden: Cambridge University Press, 2009.
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"Foraging and farming in Egypt."
By Wilma Wetterstrom.
Chapter In: Lower Egypt Predynastic: MR60.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 20 documents describes the Lower Egypt Predynastic tradition from 7000-5000 BP. Wetterstrom provides an overview. The archaeological evidence for settlements mainly consists of a series of pits that represent ephemeral habitation structures, storage or refuse pits, and burials. Work at three sites predominates: the cemetery and salvage excavations at Heliopolis, the settlement of El Omari, and the settlement and cemetery of Maadi at Wadi Digla. Four of the documents are written in German and 16 in English with occasional quotes or sections in German or French." - (publisher's description)
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"Foreign self and familiar other: the impact of 'global' connectivity on New Kingdom Egypt."
Connectivity in Antiquity: Globalization as a Long-Term Historical Process cover image By Jenny Cashman.
Chapter In: Connectivity in Antiquity: Globalization as a Long-Term Historical Process.
Edited by Øystein S. LaBianca and Sandra Arnold Scham.
London, England; Oakville, CN: Equinox Pub., 2006.
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"Foreigners in Egypt: archaeological evidence and cultural context."
By Thomas Schneider.
Chapter In: Egyptian Archaeology.
Edited by Willeke Wendrich.
Chichester, UK; Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010.
Series: Blackwell Studies in Global Archaeology.
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"The Fort cemetery at Hierakonpolis (excavated by John Garstang)."
By Barbara Adams with a contribution by Michael A. Hoffmann.
Chapter In: Upper Egypt Predynastic: MR55.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 24 documents describes the Upper Egypt Predynastic tradition. All are in English with occasional quotes or sections in German. The documents discuss Upper Egypt from 8000 BP-5000 BP and the movement of people into the Nile Valley. Readers can get an overview of the Predynastic tradition by reading the brief overviews found in Bard, Hassan, Spencer, Wenke, and Spencer. Manuscript-length overviews are found in Hoffman and Rice. Many sources discuss fieldwork in the Hierakonpolis area. Several other authors explore state formation or the rise of the Egyptian state. Ten of these documents were originally published together as The predynastic of Hierakonpolis: an interim report." - (publisher's description)
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"From farmers to pharaohs, mortuary evidence for the rise of complex society in Egypt; Egyptian Predynastic."
By Kathryn A. Bard.
Chapter In: Upper Egypt Predynastic: MR55.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 24 documents describes the Upper Egypt Predynastic tradition. All are in English with occasional quotes or sections in German. The documents discuss Upper Egypt from 8000 BP-5000 BP and the movement of people into the Nile Valley. Readers can get an overview of the Predynastic tradition by reading the brief overviews found in Bard, Hassan, Spencer, Wenke, and Spencer. Manuscript-length overviews are found in Hoffman and Rice. Many sources discuss fieldwork in the Hierakonpolis area. Several other authors explore state formation or the rise of the Egyptian state. Ten of these documents were originally published together as The predynastic of Hierakonpolis: an interim report." - (publisher's description)
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"Functional analysis."
By Laura Longo.
Chapter In: Late Paleolithic Egypt: MR50.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 19 documents describes the archaeological tradition known as Late Paleolithic Egypt that inhabited Egypt and northern Sudan between approximately 25000 BP and 7000 BP. No single document provides a comprehensive overview. Hassan analyzes lithic collections from 10 sites in the Dishna Plain. Lubell was the first to describe the Fakhurian industry from five sites around Deir El-Fakhuri. Butler and Rao also contribute to that description, with Butler presenting analysis of skeletal material from site E71K1. Other Fakhurian sites are described, including those near Ballana and Tushka. Phillips describes sites E71K12 and E71K13, near Esna. Vermeersch discusses two sites with evidence that the inhabitants may have been drying or preserving fish. Six of these texts were previously published in: A late paleolithic kill-butchery-camp in upper Egypt by Fred Wendorf." - (publisher's description)
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"Geological history of the Nile Delta."
By Rushdi Said.
Chapter In: Early Dynastic Egypt: MR70.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 53 documents describes the Early Dynastic Egypt tradition which extended from 5300 BP to 4575 BP, from the time of the Late Predynastic kings through the Third Dynasty. The territory centers in Egypt with colonies in what is now Gaza, Israel, and the West Bank. Readers can get an overview of the Early Dynastic tradition by reading Emery. Two of these documents are written in German and the rest in English with occasional quotes or sections in German or French. Thirty-two were originally published in The Nile delta in transition: 4th.-3rd. millennium B.C.: proceedings of the seminar held in Cairo, 21-24 October 1990, at the Netherlands Institute of Archaeology and Arabic Studies." - (publisher's description)
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"Gender in ancient Egypt."
By T.G. Wilfong.
Chapter In: Egyptian Archaeology.
Edited by Willeke Wendrich.
Chichester, UK; Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010.
Series: Blackwell Studies in Global Archaeology.
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"Gender roles in ancient Egypt."
By Ann Macy Roth.
Chapter In: A Companion to the Ancient Near East.
Edited by Daniel C. Snell.
Malden, MA: Blackwell Pub., 2005.
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"General summary and conclusions, issues in Predynastic culture history; Settlement patterns and settlement systems."
By Michael Allen Hoffman.
Chapter In: Upper Egypt Predynastic: MR55.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 24 documents describes the Upper Egypt Predynastic tradition. All are in English with occasional quotes or sections in German. The documents discuss Upper Egypt from 8000 BP-5000 BP and the movement of people into the Nile Valley. Readers can get an overview of the Predynastic tradition by reading the brief overviews found in Bard, Hassan, Spencer, Wenke, and Spencer. Manuscript-length overviews are found in Hoffman and Rice. Many sources discuss fieldwork in the Hierakonpolis area. Several other authors explore state formation or the rise of the Egyptian state. Ten of these documents were originally published together as The predynastic of Hierakonpolis: an interim report." - (publisher's description)
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The Geological Evolution of the River Nile.
By Rushdi Said; with Appendix C by Felix P. Bentz and Judson B. Hughes.
New York, NY: Springer-Verlag, ©1981.
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"Geology and geoarchaeology of El Omari."
By Hany A. Hamroush and Hassan Abu Zied.
Chapter In: Lower Egypt Predynastic: MR60.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 20 documents describes the Lower Egypt Predynastic tradition from 7000-5000 BP. Wetterstrom provides an overview. The archaeological evidence for settlements mainly consists of a series of pits that represent ephemeral habitation structures, storage or refuse pits, and burials. Work at three sites predominates: the cemetery and salvage excavations at Heliopolis, the settlement of El Omari, and the settlement and cemetery of Maadi at Wadi Digla. Four of the documents are written in German and 16 in English with occasional quotes or sections in German or French." - (publisher's description)
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"Geomorphology, stratigraphy, chronology and paleoenvironment of Site E71K12."
By Romuald Schild and Fred Wendorf.
Chapter In: Late Paleolithic Egypt: MR50.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 19 documents describes the archaeological tradition known as Late Paleolithic Egypt that inhabited Egypt and northern Sudan between approximately 25000 BP and 7000 BP. No single document provides a comprehensive overview. Hassan analyzes lithic collections from 10 sites in the Dishna Plain. Lubell was the first to describe the Fakhurian industry from five sites around Deir El-Fakhuri. Butler and Rao also contribute to that description, with Butler presenting analysis of skeletal material from site E71K1. Other Fakhurian sites are described, including those near Ballana and Tushka. Phillips describes sites E71K12 and E71K13, near Esna. Vermeersch discusses two sites with evidence that the inhabitants may have been drying or preserving fish. Six of these texts were previously published in: A late paleolithic kill-butchery-camp in upper Egypt by Fred Wendorf." - (publisher's description)
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Giza Reports: The Giza Plateau Mapping Project.
Giza Reports: The Giza Plateau Mapping Project cover image Edited by Mark Lehner and Wilma Wetterstrom; with a foreword by Zahi Hawass.
Boston, MA: Ancient Egypt Research Associates ©2007-.
"Volume 1 includes a foreword by Zahi Hawass, a preface, a history of the project, three articles on the work to establish a survey grid over the Giza Plateau, and a preliminary ceramic report. There are also detailed reports on two excavation operations - Main Street and Gallery III.4 - along with short reports on the ceramics, lithics, floral, fauna, charcoal, and sealings from these areas. The volume is heavily illustrated with 196 line drawings (many of which are archaeological plans and sections) and 96 black and white photos. It also includes two large fold-out maps: a topographical map of the Giza Plateau and a map of the site." - (publisher's description)
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"Glass and faience production sites in New Kingdom Egypt: a review of the evidence."
By Paul T. Nicholson.
Chapter In: Vitreous Materials in the Late Bronze Age Aegean.
Edited by Caroline M. Jackson and Emma C. Wager.
Oxford, UK: Oxbow; Oakville, CT: [Distributed in the USA by] D. Brown, ©2008.
Series: Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology; 9.
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The Gods of Ancient Egypt.
The Gods of Ancient Egypt cover image By Barbara Watterson.
New York, NY: Facts on File, ©1984.
"Introduces thirty of the more important gods and relates the mythology pertaining to each. The major deities of ancient Egypt told through the sometimes racy, sometimes amusing mythological stories associated with the gods." - (publisher's description)
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The Great Pyramid: Ancient Egypt Revisited.
The Great Pyramid: Ancient Egypt Revisited cover image By John Romer.
Cambridge, UK; New York, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2007.
"The Great Pyramid's eerily precise architecture has for centuries both astounded and puzzled archaeologists and has given rise to numerous modern fantasies concerning the so-called 'Mystery of the Pyramids'. Sweeping away centuries of myth and confusion, John Romer describes for the first time exactly how the Great Pyramid was designed and built. He argues that the pyramid makers worked from a single plan whose existence has long been doubted and even denied by scholars. Moreover, the Great Pyramid's unique architecture is integral to the way it was built, and for its builders the tasks of construction and design were not separate as they are now. By placing this awesome monument in its genuine contemporary context, this book underlines the extraordinary talents and the originality of the ancient Egyptians at the time of King Khufu." - (publisher's description)
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Herodotus, Book II. Introduction2nd edition.
By Alan B. Lloyd.
Leiden, The Netherlands: E. J. Brill, 1994, c1975.
Series: Etudes préliminaires aux religions orientales dans l'Empire romain t. 43.
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Hieroglyphs Without Mystery: An Introduction to Ancient Egyptian Writing.
Hieroglyphs Without Mystery: An Introduction to Ancient Egyptian Writing cover image By Karl-Theodor Zauzich; translated and adapted for English-speaking readers by Ann Macy Roth.
Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, 1992.
"Marveling over the tomb treasures of Ramses II and Tutankhamen that have toured U.S. and European museums in recent years, visitors inevitably wonder what the mysterious hieroglyphs that cover their surfaces mean. Indeed, everyone who is fascinated by ancient Egypt sooner or later wishes for a Rosetta stone to unlock the secrets of hieroglyphic writing. Hieroglyphs without Mystery provides the needed key. Written for ordinary people with no special language skills, the book quickly demonstrates that hieroglyphic writing can be read, once a few simple principles are understood. Zauzich explains the basic rules of the writing system and the grammar and then applies them to thirteen actual inscriptions taken from objects in European and Egyptian museums. By following his explanations and learning the most commonly used glyphs, readers can begin to decode hieroglyphs themselves and increase their enjoyment of both museum objects and ancient Egyptian sites. Even for the armchair traveler, learning about hieroglyphs opens a sealed door into ancient Egyptian culture. In examining these inscriptions, readers will gain a better understanding of Egyptian art, politics, and religion, as well as language. This popular book was originally published in Germany in 1980 as Hieroglyphen ohne Geheimnis." - (publisher's description)
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Historical Dictionary of Ancient Egypt, 2nd edition.
Historical Dictionary of Ancient Egypt cover image By Morris L. Bierbrier.
Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2008.
Series: Historical Dictionaries of Ancient Civilizations and Historical Eras; 22.
"The great pyramids of Giza, Tutankhamun, the Great Sphinx, Cleopatra, and Ramesses II - the names and achievements of ancient Egypt are legendary. Ancient Egyptian civilization, situated along the Nile River, began around 3150 BC and was ruled by pharaohs for three millennia until it was conquered by Rome in 31 BC. This second edition of Historical Dictionary of Ancient Egypt expands upon the first edition through a chronology, an introductory essay, appendixes, a bibliography, and cross-referenced dictionary entries on Egyptian rulers, bureaucrats, and commoners whose records have survived, as well as ancient society, religion, and gods." - (publisher's description)
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"The Historical understanding of the Ptolemaic state."
By Joseph Gilbert Manning.
Chapter In: The Last Pharaohs: Egypt Under the Ptolemies, 305-30 BC.
By J.G. Manning.
Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, ©2010.
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The Histories.
By Herodotus; translated by Aubrey de Sélincourt.
Baltimore, MD: Penguin Books, 1974, ©1972.
Series: The Penguin Classics, L34.
Note: Revised, with an introduction and notes by Andrew Robert Burn.
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The Histories of Herodotus of Halicarnassus.
By Herodotus; translated and introduced by Harry Carter.
London, UK: Oxford University Press, 1962.
Series: The World's Classics; 588.
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"History and Egyptology."
By Donald B. Redford.
Chapter In: Egyptology Today.
Edited by Richard H. Wilkinson.
Cambridge, England; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2008.
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A History of Egypt from the Earliest Times to the Persian Conquest, 2nd edition, fully revised.
By James Henry Breasted.
New York, NY: C. Scribner's sons, 1909.
Note: Has two hundred illustrations and maps.
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The History of Herodotus.
By Herodotus; translated from the Greek. With notes. By ... William Beloe.
London, UK: printed for Leigh and Sotheby, 1791.
Note: In four volumes.
Note: Reproduction of original from British Library.
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The History of Herodotus, 2nd edition.
By Herodotus; translated from the Greek. By Isaac Littlebury.
London, UK: printed for A. Bell, J. Darby, A. Bettesworth, W. and J. Innys, F. Fayram, J. Pemberton, C. Rivington, J. Hooke, F. Clay, J. Battley, and E. Symon, M.DCC.XX. [1720].
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The History of Herodotus.
By Herodotus; translated from the Greek, with notes subjoined. By J. Lempriere.
London, UK: Printed for T. Cadell, in the Strand, MDCCXCII. [1792].
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History of Interior Design and Furniture: From Ancient Egypt to Nineteenth-Century Europe.
By Robbie G. Blakemore; line drawings by Julie L. Rabun.
New York, NY: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1997.
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The Hittites, 2nd edition, revised.
By Gurney, Oliver Robert.
Baltimore, MD: Penguin Books, [1962].
Series: A Pelican Original, A259.
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The Hittites and Their Contemporaries in Asia Minor, Revised and enlarged edition.
By James G. Macqueen.
New York, NY: Thames and Hudson, 1986.
Series: Ancient Peoples and Places.
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"Holocene climatic changes in the eastern Mediterranean and the spread of food production from Southwest Asia to Egypt."
By M. Rossignol-Strick.
Chapter In: Droughts, Food, and Culture: Ecological Change and Food Security in Africa's Later Prehistory.
Edited by Fekri A. Hassan.
New York, NY: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, c2002.
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"'The House of life': scribes and writing in ancient Egypt."
By Barry B. Powell.
Chapter In: Writing: Theory and History of the Technology of Civilization.
By Barry B. Powell.
Chichester, UK; Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009.
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Howard Carter: The Path to Tutankhamun, Revised paperback edition.
Howard Carter: The Path to Tutankhamun cover image By Thomas Garnet Henry James.
London, UK; New York, NY: Taurus Parke Paperbacks, 2001.
"In November 1922 a momentous discovery, unlike any other before or since, changed our understanding of the ancient world. However, until now the marvelous story of Carter's quest for Tutankhamun and its culmination in his unearthing of the intact, treasure-filled tomb has been told without a reliable account of the man behind the discovery and the myths that have surrounded it. Carter's legendary discovery in the Valley of the Kings and his painstaking clearance of the intact royal burial are the topic of this definitive biography." - (publisher's description)
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"Identification of some plant remains in the El Omari pottery."
By Kamma Holmen.
Chapter In: Lower Egypt Predynastic: MR60.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
Note: This portion of eHRAF archaeology was first released in 2005.
"This collection of 20 documents describes the Lower Egypt Predynastic tradition from 7000-5000 BP. Wetterstrom provides an overview. The archaeological evidence for settlements mainly consists of a series of pits that represent ephemeral habitation structures, storage or refuse pits, and burials. Work at three sites predominates: the cemetery and salvage excavations at Heliopolis, the settlement of El Omari, and the settlement and cemetery of Maadi at Wadi Digla. Four of the documents are written in German and 16 in English with occasional quotes or sections in German or French." - (publisher's description)
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"Identity and personhood."
By Willeke Wendrich.
Chapter In: Egyptian Archaeology.
Edited by Willeke Wendrich.
Chichester, UK; Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010.
Series: Blackwell Studies in Global Archaeology.
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"Imaging in Egyptian mummies."
By Judith E. Adams and Chrissie W. Alsop.
Chapter In: Egyptian Mummies and Modern Science.
Edited by Rosalie David.
Cambridge, UK; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2008.
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"Imported pottery with potmarks from Abydos."
By Barbara Adams and Naomi Porat.
Chapter In: Early Dynastic Egypt: MR70.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 53 documents describes the Early Dynastic Egypt tradition which extended from 5300 BP to 4575 BP, from the time of the Late Predynastic kings through the Third Dynasty. The territory centers in Egypt with colonies in what is now Gaza, Israel, and the West Bank. Readers can get an overview of the Early Dynastic tradition by reading Emery. Two of these documents are written in German and the rest in English with occasional quotes or sections in German or French. Thirty-two were originally published in The Nile delta in transition: 4th.-3rd. millennium B.C.: proceedings of the seminar held in Cairo, 21-24 October 1990, at the Netherlands Institute of Archaeology and Arabic Studies." - (publisher's description)
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"Imports and influences in the Predynastic and Protodynastic settlement and funerary assemblages at Hierakonpolis."
By Barbara Adams and Renee F. Friedman.
Chapter In: Upper Egypt Predynastic: MR55.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 24 documents describes the Upper Egypt Predynastic tradition. All are in English with occasional quotes or sections in German. The documents discuss Upper Egypt from 8000 BP-5000 BP and the movement of people into the Nile Valley. Readers can get an overview of the Predynastic tradition by reading the brief overviews found in Bard, Hassan, Spencer, Wenke, and Spencer. Manuscript-length overviews are found in Hoffman and Rice. Many sources discuss fieldwork in the Hierakonpolis area. Several other authors explore state formation or the rise of the Egyptian state. Ten of these documents were originally published together as The predynastic of Hierakonpolis: an interim report." - (publisher's description)
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Incestuous and Close-Kin Marriage in Ancient Egypt and Persia: An Examination of the Evidence.
Incestuous and Close-Kin Marriage in Ancient Egypt and Persia: An Examination of the Evidence cover image By Paul John Frandsen.
Copenhagen, Denmark: Museum Tusculanum: University of Copenhagen; Lancaster, UK: Gazelle [distributor], 2009.
Series: The Carsten Niebuhr Institute of Ancient Near East Studies (CNI Publications); 34.
"This work examines the evidence for marriage and sexual relations between siblings and between parent and child in ancient Egypt and pre-Islamic Iran. Incestuous relationships, as a cultural feature are usually dismissed for both ancient Egypt and Iran on the grounds that it is only found as the exception, being allowed for royalty as representatives for the divine on earth, or that the evidence for it is unreliable. Neither view, from the perspective of this study, is tenable. The book restricts its examination to the sources for incestuous relationships between members of non-royal nuclear families and puts forth the generally held axiom that the prohibition of incest is a universal phenomenon." - (publisher's description)
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"Intoxicants in ancient Egypt? Opium, nymphea, coca and tobacco."
By David C. Counsell.
Chapter In: Egyptian Mummies and Modern Science.
Edited by Rosalie David.
Cambridge, UK; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2008.
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An Introduction to Ancient Egypt.
By T. G. H. James.
New York, NY: Harper & Row, [1990], ©1979.
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An Introduction to the Archaeology of Ancient Egypt.
An Introduction to the Archaeology of Ancient Egypt cover image By Kathryn A. Bard.
Malden, MA: Blackwell Pub., 2008.
"This book guides the reader from Egypt's prehistoric past through the pharaonic dynasties and the Greco-Roman Period by providing an overview of ancient Egyptian culture, its monuments, and civilization. The text is enriched by more than 120 color and black-and-white illustrations, including artifacts, maps, and site and building plans. The book also includes special sections on such topics as building the pyramids at Giza, mummification, and deciphering hieroglyphs.
Covering Egyptian chronology, language, geography, specific archaeological sites, and the history of Egyptology, An Introduction to the Archaeology of Ancient Egypt is a resource to students and interested lay people alike." - (publisher's description)
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The Keys of Egypt: The Obsession to Decipher Egyptian Hieroglyphs.
The Keys of Egypt: The Obsession to Decipher Egyptian Hieroglyphs cover image By Lesley and Roy Adkins.
New York, NY: HarperCollins Publishers, ©2000.
"When Napoleon invaded Egypt in 1798, his troops and scientists were astonished to discover ancient temples, tombs, and statues, all covered with strange markings-the last remnants of a language lost in time. After the Rosetta Stone was uncovered, hope was raised that the mystery of this ancient writing could be solved. Egyptomania spread throughout Europe, and the quest to decipher the hieroglyphs began in earnest, for it was understood that fame and fortune awaited the scholar who succeeded. In rural France, Jean-Francois Champollion, the brilliant son of an impoverished bookseller, was obsessed with breaking the code of the ancient Egyptians texts. At sixteen years of age he decided that he would dedicate his life to the decipherment of hieroglyphs.
Suffering from hardships of poverty, but with devoted support from his older brother, Champollion made slow but significant progress in decipherment. After the Revolution, however, France was a dangerous place; an unguarded word could mean ruin, exile, or even death. Always possessed of strong political beliefs, Champollion often found himself in grave personnel danger. Yet he continued to strive for the key to the ancient texts, and he persevered despite ill health and the knowledge that he was at the mercy of vicious political enemies. Even more troubling to him was the threat of failure-his closest competitor, the English physician Thomas Young, also working to solve the puzzle of the hieroglyphs, and he was rapidly gaining ground. In 1812, Champollion made the decisive breakthrough, beating Young to the prize and becoming the first person to be able to read the ancient Egyptian language in well over a thousand years.
The Keys of Egypt is the fascinating true story of the race to decipher Egyptian hieroglyphs and of the rediscovery of the world of ancient Egypt- a world that had been closed to the West for centuries." - (publisher's description)
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Key Events in African History: A Reference Guide.
By Toyin Falola.
Westport, CN: Greenwood Press, 2002
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"Kharga Oasis in prehistory."
By G. Caton-Thompson with a physiographic introduction by E.W. Gardner.
Chapter In: Middle Paleolithic Egypt: MR45.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2004-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"There are 7 documents in the file for The Middle Paleolithic in Egypt and the northern Sudan which has absolute dates of 230,000 to 45,000 B.P. Subperiods include the Mousterian, Aterian, Khormusan and Nubian Middle Stone Age, which are unevenly distributed across northern Africa. The climate was at times wetter and milder than today (Caton-Thompson, Wendorf); the sites are located near permanent lakes from the milder periods around Bir Tarfawi, Bir Sahara East, and the Kharga Oasis, and along the Nile Valley. The lithic assemblages includes Levallois flakes, Mousterian points, sidescrapers, notches, denticulates; pendiculated pieces in the Aterian, and burins in the Khormusan. Faunal assemblages include fish, wild cattle, gazelle and others. Caton-Thompson and Gardner's work in the 1930's at the Kharga Oasis is notable for the methodology and attention to the environmental record. Wendorf excavated 17 sites near Bir Tarfawi and Bir Sahara East; he used a variety of techniques for absoluting dating of the site. The sites are thought to be remains of day camps or worksites. Chmielewski, the Guichards, and Marks report on fieldwork led by Wendorf for salvage work near the Aswan dam; their work covers the Middle Paleolithic, Mousterian and Khormusan horizons." - (publisher's description)
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"The Khormusan, an Upper Pleistocene industry in Sudanese Nubia."
By Anthony E. Marks.
Chapter In: Middle Paleolithic Egypt: MR45.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2004-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"There are 7 documents in the file for The Middle Paleolithic in Egypt and the northern Sudan which has absolute dates of 230,000 to 45,000 B.P. Subperiods include the Mousterian, Aterian, Khormusan and Nubian Middle Stone Age, which are unevenly distributed across northern Africa. The climate was at times wetter and milder than today (Caton-Thompson, Wendorf); the sites are located near permanent lakes from the milder periods around Bir Tarfawi, Bir Sahara East, and the Kharga Oasis, and along the Nile Valley. The lithic assemblages includes Levallois flakes, Mousterian points, sidescrapers, notches, denticulates; pendiculated pieces in the Aterian, and burins in the Khormusan. Faunal assemblages include fish, wild cattle, gazelle and others. Caton-Thompson and Gardner's work in the 1930's at the Kharga Oasis is notable for the methodology and attention to the environmental record. Wendorf excavated 17 sites near Bir Tarfawi and Bir Sahara East; he used a variety of techniques for absoluting dating of the site. The sites are thought to be remains of day camps or worksites. Chmielewski, the Guichards, and Marks report on fieldwork led by Wendorf for salvage work near the Aswan dam; their work covers the Middle Paleolithic, Mousterian and Khormusan horizons." - (publisher's description)
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"Kingship and legitimation."
By Janet Richards.
Chapter In: Egyptian Archaeology.
Edited by Willeke Wendrich.
Chichester, UK; Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010.
Series: Blackwell Studies in Global Archaeology.
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KV 5: A Preliminary Report on the Excavation of the Tomb of the Sons of Rameses II in the Valley of the Kings, Revised edition.
KV 5: A Preliminary Report on the Excavation of the Tomb of the Sons of Rameses II in the Valley of the Kings cover image Edited by Kent R. Weeks.
Cairo, Egypt: American University in Cairo Press, ©2006.
Series: Publications of the Theban Mapping Project; 2.
"The discovery in 1995 that a long-ignored doorway in the Valley of the Kings was actually the entrance to the largest tomb ever found in Egypt made headlines around the world. Called KV5, it contains over 150 corridors and chambers, and was used as a family mausoleum for several sons of the New Kingdom pharaoh, Ramesses II. The first edition of this preliminary report was the first comprehensive, technical publication on the work of the Theban Mapping Project in the tomb; it has now been revised and expanded to take account of the latest discoveries and analyses. It includes detailed archaeological and architectural studies, epigraphic surveys, object and pottery descriptions, discussions of conservation work, and extensive reports on the site's geology, hydrology, mineralogy, and geotechnical engineering. Copiously illustrated with photographs and line drawings, KV5 is the essential source for the study of this fascinating and important tomb." - (publisher's description)
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The Landmark Herodotus: The Histories.
The Landmark Herodotus: The Histories cover image By Herodotus; A new translation by Andrea L. Purvis with maps, annotations, appendices, and encyclopedic index; edited by Robert B. Strassler; with an introduction by Rosalind Thomas.
New York, NY: Pantheon Books, ©2007.
"Herodotus was a Greek historian living in Ionia during the fifth century B.C.E. He traveled extensively through the lands of the Mediterranean and the Black Sea and collected stories, and then recounted his experiences with the varied people and cultures he encountered. Cicero called him "the father of history," and his only work, The Histories, is considered the first true piece of historical writing in Western literature. With lucid prose that harks back to the time of oral tradition, Herodotus set a standard for narrative nonfiction that continues to this day." "In The Histories, Herodotus chronicles the rise of the Persian Empire and its dramatic war with the Greek city-states. Within that story he includes rich veins of anthropology, ethnography, geology, and geography, pioneering these fields of study, and explores such universal themes as the nature of freedom, the role of religion, the human costs of war, and the dangers of absolute power." "Ten years in the making, The Landmark Herodotus gives us a new translation by Andrea L. Purvis that makes this work of literature more accessible than ever before. Illustrated, annotated, and filled with maps, this edition also includes an introduction by Rosalind Thomas and twenty-one appendices written by scholars at the top of their fields, covering such topics as Athenian government, Egypt, Scythia, Persian arms and tactics, the Spartan state, oracles, religion, tyranny, and women." - (publisher's description)
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The Last Pharaohs: Egypt Under the Ptolemies, 305-30 BC.
The Last Pharaohs: Egypt Under the Ptolemies, 305-30 BC cover image By J.G. Manning.
Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, ©2010.
"The history of Ptolemaic Egypt has usually been doubly isolated--separated both from the history of other Hellenistic states and from the history of ancient Egypt. The Last Pharaohs, the first detailed history of Ptolemaic Egypt as a state, departs radically from previous studies by putting the Ptolemaic state firmly in the context of both Hellenistic and Egyptian history. More broadly still, J. G. Manning examines the Ptolemaic dynasty in the context of the study of authoritarian and premodern states, shifting the focus of study away from modern European nation-states and toward ancient Asian ones. By analyzing Ptolemaic reforms of Egyptian economic and legal structures, The Last Pharaohs gauges the impact of Ptolemaic rule on Egypt and the relationships that the Ptolemaic kings formed with Egyptian society. Manning argues that the Ptolemies sought to rule through--rather than over--Egyptian society. He tells how the Ptolemies, adopting a pharaonic model of governance, shaped Egyptian society and in turn were shaped by it. Neither fully Greek nor wholly Egyptian, the Ptolemaic state within its core Egyptian territory was a hybrid that departed from but did not break with Egyptian history. Integrating the latest research on archaeology, papyrology, theories of the state, and legal history, as well as Hellenistic and Egyptian history, The Last Pharaohs draws a dramatically new picture of Egypt's last ancient state." - (publisher's description)
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"Late Paleolithic sites in Egyptian Nubia."
By Fred Wendorf.
Chapter In: Late Paleolithic Egypt: MR50.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 19 documents describes the archaeological tradition known as Late Paleolithic Egypt that inhabited Egypt and northern Sudan between approximately 25000 BP and 7000 BP. No single document provides a comprehensive overview. Hassan analyzes lithic collections from 10 sites in the Dishna Plain. Lubell was the first to describe the Fakhurian industry from five sites around Deir El-Fakhuri. Butler and Rao also contribute to that description, with Butler presenting analysis of skeletal material from site E71K1. Other Fakhurian sites are described, including those near Ballana and Tushka. Phillips describes sites E71K12 and E71K13, near Esna. Vermeersch discusses two sites with evidence that the inhabitants may have been drying or preserving fish. Six of these texts were previously published in: A late paleolithic kill-butchery-camp in upper Egypt by Fred Wendorf." - (publisher's description)
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"Late Paleolithic Makhadma sites (Egypt), environment and subsistence."
By Pierre M. Vermeersch, Etienne Paulissen and William Van Neer.
Chapter In: Late Paleolithic Egypt: MR50.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
Note: This portion of eHRAF archaeology was first released in 2005.
"This collection of 19 documents describes the archaeological tradition known as Late Paleolithic Egypt that inhabited Egypt and northern Sudan between approximately 25000 BP and 7000 BP. No single document provides a comprehensive overview. Hassan analyzes lithic collections from 10 sites in the Dishna Plain. Lubell was the first to describe the Fakhurian industry from five sites around Deir El-Fakhuri. Butler and Rao also contribute to that description, with Butler presenting analysis of skeletal material from site E71K1. Other Fakhurian sites are described, including those near Ballana and Tushka. Phillips describes sites E71K12 and E71K13, near Esna. Vermeersch discusses two sites with evidence that the inhabitants may have been drying or preserving fish. Six of these texts were previously published in: A late paleolithic kill-butchery-camp in upper Egypt by Fred Wendorf." - (publisher's description)
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"Later Predynastic Period ; Stone Age and the Early Predynastic cultures."
By A. J. Spencer.
Chapter In: Upper Egypt Predynastic: MR55.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
Note: This portion of eHRAF archaeology was first released in 2005.
"This collection of 24 documents describes the Upper Egypt Predynastic tradition. All are in English with occasional quotes or sections in German. The documents discuss Upper Egypt from 8000 BP-5000 BP and the movement of people into the Nile Valley. Readers can get an overview of the Predynastic tradition by reading the brief overviews found in Bard, Hassan, Spencer, Wenke, and Spencer. Manuscript-length overviews are found in Hoffman and Rice. Many sources discuss fieldwork in the Hierakonpolis area. Several other authors explore state formation or the rise of the Egyptian state. Ten of these documents were originally published together as The predynastic of Hierakonpolis: an interim report." - (publisher's description)
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Letters from Ancient Egypt.
Letters from Ancient Egypt cover image Translated by Edward F. Wente; edited by Edmund S. Meltzer.
Atlanta, GA: Scholars Press, ©1990.
Series: Writings from the Ancient World; v. 1.
Note: Electronic text and image data. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan, Scholarly Publishing Office, 2003.
Note: This volume is made possible by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
"This book provides translations of most of the letters that have survived reasonably intact from the Old Kingdom through the Twenty-first Dynasty of ancient Egypt. An introduction provides information relating to ancient Egyptian epistolography and discussion regarding the transmission of letters. The organization of the book is basically chronological, with separate sections devoted to royal letters and letters sent by and to the vizier. Also included are several model letters that were used in the education of the Egyptian scribe." - (publisher's description)
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The Leyden Papyrus: An Egyptian Magical Book.
The Leyden Papyrus: An Egyptian Magical Book cover image Edited by F. Ll. Griffith and Herbert Thompson.
New York, NY: Dover Publications, 1974.
Series: This is an unabridged and unaltered republication of the work originally published in 1904 under the title The Demotic Magical Papyrus of London and Leiden.
"First complete translation of crucial 3rd-century A.D. manuscript of Egyptian magic, medicine. 15-foot roll of papyrus reveals spells, incantations, aphrodisiacs, invoking various gods. Probably compilation of practicing Egyptian sorcerer. Transliteration of demotic included." - (publisher's description)
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"Licking Knives and Stone Snakes: The Ideology of Flint Knives in Ancient Egypt."
By Carolyn Graves-Brown.
Chapter In: Archaeology, History and Science: Integrating Approaches to Ancient Materials.
Licking Knives and Stone Snakes: The Ideology of Flint Knives in Ancient Egypt cover image Edited by Marcos Martinón-Torres and Thilo Rehren.
Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press, ©2008.
Series: Publications of the Institute of Archaeology, University College London.
"Using a combination of historical, archaeological, and scientific data is not an uncommon research practice. Rarely found, however, is a more overt critical consideration of how these sources of information relate to each other, or explicit attempts at developing successful strategies for interdisciplinary work. The authors in this volume provide such critical perspectives, examining materials from a wide range of cultures and time periods to demonstrate the added value of combining in their research seemingly incompatible or even contradictory sources. Case studies include explorations of the symbolism of flint knives in ancient Egypt, the meaning of cuneiform glass texts, medieval metallurgical traditions, and urban archaeology at industrial sites. This volume is noteworthy, as it offers novel contributions to specific topics, as well as fundamental reflections on the problems and potentials of the interdisciplinary study of the human past." - (publisher's description)
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Life in Ancient Egypt.
Life in Ancient Egypt cover image By Adolf Erman; translated by H. M. Tirard, with a new introduction by Jon Manchip White.
New York, NY:Dover Publications, [1971].
Note: Translation of Aegypten und aegyptisches Leben im Altertum. Reprint of the 1894 edition.
"The fullest, most thoroughly detailed older account (with much material not in more recent books) of domestic life, religion, magic, medicine, commerce, much more. Many illustrations reproduce tomb paintings, carvings, hieroglyphs, etc." - (publisher's description)
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"Locating ancient Egypt in Africa: modern theories, past realities."
By David O'Connor and Andrew Reid.
Chapter In: Ancient Egypt in Africa.
Edited by David O'Connor and Andrew Reid.
London, UK: UCL Press; Portland, OR: Cavendish Pub., 2003.
Series: Encounters with Ancient Egypt.
Note: Includes extensively revised and updated papers originally presented at a conference held at the Institute of Archaeology, University College London in December 2000.
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"Means of transport in Neolithic Egypt."
By Mustafa el-Alfi.
Chapter In: Early Dynastic Egypt: MR70.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
Note: This portion of eHRAF archaeology was first released in 2005.
"This collection of 53 documents describes the Early Dynastic Egypt tradition which extended from 5300 BP to 4575 BP, from the time of the Late Predynastic kings through the Third Dynasty. The territory centers in Egypt with colonies in what is now Gaza, Israel, and the West Bank. Readers can get an overview of the Early Dynastic tradition by reading Emery. Two of these documents are written in German and the rest in English with occasional quotes or sections in German or French. Thirty-two were originally published in The Nile delta in transition: 4th.-3rd. millennium B.C.: proceedings of the seminar held in Cairo, 21-24 October 1990, at the Netherlands Institute of Archaeology and Arabic Studies." - (publisher's description)
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"Medical science and Egyptology."
By A. Rosalie David.
Chapter In: Egyptology Today.
Edited by Richard H. Wilkinson.
Cambridge, England; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2008.
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"Memphis: Capital of Ancient Egypt."
By Ian Shaw.
Chapter In: The Great Cities in History.
Edited by John Julius Norwich.
New York, NY: Thames & Hudson, 2009.
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Meroe: A Civilization of the Sudan.
By P. L. Shinnie.
London, England: Thames & Hudson, 1967.
Series: Ancient Peoples and Places, v.55.
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"The Middle and New Kingdoms."
By Robert L. Tignor.
Chapter In: Egypt: A Short History.
By Robert L. Tignor.
Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, ©2010.
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The Middle Kingdom of Ancient Egypt: History, Archaeology and Society.
The Middle Kingdom of Ancient Egypt: History, Archaeology and Society cover image By Wolfram Grajetzki.
London, UK: Duckworth, 2006.
Series: Duckworth Egyptology.
"For the ancient Egyptians, the Middle Kingdom (c. 2000-1700 BC) was a classical period of art, history and literature. The Twelfth Dynasty was one of the strongest ever to rule on the banks of the Nile: some of its kings were later worshipped as local gods, and were made famous by classical Greek authors. Yet Egyptologists tend not to look beyond the extraordinary royal sculpture and literary masterpieces of the time. Although the picture is fragmentary, as with any archaeological record, the last two hundred years of exploration and excavation have revealed much of the splendor of the period. This book examines the evidence for the culture, history and society of both central and provincial Egypt at the time, revealing the wealth of the entire country. Too often overshadowed by the better-preserved architecture of other periods, Middle Kingdom Egypt emerges for the reader as a fascinating age in its own right." - (publisher's description)
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Middle Kingdom tomb architecture at Lisht.
Middle Kingdom tomb architecture at Lisht cover image By Dieter Arnold; with an appendix by James P. Allen.
New York, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art; New Haven, CN: Yale University Press, ©2008.
Series: Publications of the Metropolitan Museum of Art Egyptian expedition; v. 28.
"This volume documents twenty-two stone-built tombs of the ancient Egyptian Twelfth Dynasty that were excavated by the Metropolitan Museum Egyptian Expedition from 1906 to 1934 and 1986 to 1989. Focusing on the study and reconstruction of the architecture of the tombs, the book also publishes remains of reliefs and inscriptions that decorated the walls. The author demonstrates the astonishing variety of Middle Kingdom funeral architecture. Whereas some of the Lisht structures relate closely to Old Kingdom mastabas, there is also a new group of free standing chapels that are derived from contemporary deity temples and foreshadow the temple-tombs of later periods in Egyptian history." - (publisher's description)
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"Monument and site conservation."
By Michael Jones.
Chapter In: Egyptology Today.
Edited by Richard H. Wilkinson.
Cambridge, England; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2008.
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"The Mousterian industries of Nubia."
By Anthony E. Marks.
Chapter In: Middle Paleolithic Egypt: MR45.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2004-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"There are 7 documents in the file for The Middle Paleolithic in Egypt and the northern Sudan which has absolute dates of 230,000 to 45,000 B.P. Subperiods include the Mousterian, Aterian, Khormusan and Nubian Middle Stone Age, which are unevenly distributed across northern Africa. The climate was at times wetter and milder than today (Caton-Thompson, Wendorf); the sites are located near permanent lakes from the milder periods around Bir Tarfawi, Bir Sahara East, and the Kharga Oasis, and along the Nile Valley. The lithic assemblages includes Levallois flakes, Mousterian points, sidescrapers, notches, denticulates; pendiculated pieces in the Aterian, and burins in the Khormusan. Faunal assemblages include fish, wild cattle, gazelle and others. Caton-Thompson and Gardner's work in the 1930's at the Kharga Oasis is notable for the methodology and attention to the environmental record. Wendorf excavated 17 sites near Bir Tarfawi and Bir Sahara East; he used a variety of techniques for absoluting dating of the site. The sites are thought to be remains of day camps or worksites. Chmielewski, the Guichards, and Marks report on fieldwork led by Wendorf for salvage work near the Aswan dam; their work covers the Middle Paleolithic, Mousterian and Khormusan horizons." - (publisher's description)
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"Moving beyond despotism, economic planning, and state banditry: Ptolemaic Egypt as a premodern state."
By Joseph Gilbert Manning.
Chapter In: The Last Pharaohs: Egypt Under the Ptolemies, 305-30 BC.
By J.G. Manning.
Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, ©2010.
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Mummies, Disease & Ancient Cultures, 2nd edition.
Mummies, Disease and Ancient Cultures cover image Edited by Aidan Cockburn, Eve Cockburn, and Theodore A. Reyman.
Cambridge, UK; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 1998.
"This book presents the story of mummification as a practice worldwide. Mummies have been found on every continent, some deliberately preserved as with the ancient Egyptians using a variety of complex techniques, others accidentally by dry baking heat, intense cold and ice, or by tanning in peat bogs. By examining these preserved humans, we can get profound insights into the lives, health, culture and deaths of individuals and populations long gone. It will be a 'must-have' volume for anyone working in paleopathology and a fascinating read for all those interested in anthropology, archaeology, and the history of medicine." - (publisher's description)
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Mummies, Myth and Magic in Ancient Egypt,1st paperback edition.
Mummies, Myth and Magic in Ancient Egypt cover image By Christine El Mahdy.
London, UK: Thames and Hudson, 1991, ©1989.
"Describes the origins and purpose of mummification, clears up misconceptions about mummies, and looks at recent scientific studies." - (publisher's description)
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Mysteries and Discoveries of Archaeoastronomy: From Giza to Easter Island.
Mysteries and Discoveries of Archaeoastronomy: From Giza to Easter Island cover image By Giulio Magli.
New York, NY: Copernicus Books/Springer Science + Business Media: in association with Praxis Pub., ©2009.
"The book is divided into two parts. In the first, the reader is taken on an ideal 'world tour' of many wonderful and enigmatic places in almost every continent, in search of traces of astronomical knowledge and lore of the sky. In the second part, Giulio Magli uses the elements presented in the tour to show that the fundamental idea which led to the construction of the astronomically-related giant monuments was the foundation of power, a foundation which was exploited by 'replicating' the sky. A possible interpretive model then emerges that is founded on the relationship the ancients had with 'nature', in the sense of everything that surrounded them, the cosmos. The numerous monumental astronomically aligned structures of the past then become interpretable as acts of will, expressions of power on the part of those who held it; the will to replicate the heavenly plane here on earth and to build sacred landscapes.
Finally, having formulated his hypothesis, Professor Magli returns to visit one specific place in detail, searching for proof. This in-depth examination studies the most compelling, the most intensively studied, the most famous and, until recently, the most misunderstood sacred landscape on the planet - Giza, in Egypt. The archaeoastronomical analysis of the orientation of the Giza pyramids leads to the hypothesis that the pyramids of Cheops and Chephren belong to the same construction project." - (publisher's description)
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"Mythology in ancient Egypt."
By Rudolf Anthes.
Chapter In: Mythologies of the Ancient World.
By Samuel Noah Kramer; with contributions by Rudolf Anthes and others.
Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1961.
Series: Anchor Books.
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"Neolithic - Predynastic transition in the Fayum depression."
By Robert J. Wenke and Douglas J. Brewer.
Chapter In: Lower Egypt Predynastic: MR60.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 20 documents describes the Lower Egypt Predynastic tradition from 7000-5000 BP. Wetterstrom provides an overview. The archaeological evidence for settlements mainly consists of a series of pits that represent ephemeral habitation structures, storage or refuse pits, and burials. Work at three sites predominates: the cemetery and salvage excavations at Heliopolis, the settlement of El Omari, and the settlement and cemetery of Maadi at Wadi Digla. Four of the documents are written in German and 16 in English with occasional quotes or sections in German or French." - (publisher's description)
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"Nile Delta in transition, a view from Tell el-Farkha."
By M. Chlodnicki, R. Fattovich and S. Salvatori.
Chapter In: Early Dynastic Egypt: MR70.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
Note: This portion of eHRAF archaeology was first released in 2005.
"This collection of 53 documents describes the Early Dynastic Egypt tradition which extended from 5300 BP to 4575 BP, from the time of the Late Predynastic kings through the Third Dynasty. The territory centers in Egypt with colonies in what is now Gaza, Israel, and the West Bank. Readers can get an overview of the Early Dynastic tradition by reading Emery. Two of these documents are written in German and the rest in English with occasional quotes or sections in German or French. Thirty-two were originally published in The Nile delta in transition: 4th.-3rd. millennium B.C.: proceedings of the seminar held in Cairo, 21-24 October 1990, at the Netherlands Institute of Archaeology and Arabic Studies." - (publisher's description)
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Nubia: Corridor to Africa.
By William Yewdale Adams.
Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1984.
Note: Reprint. Originally published: London, UK: Allen Lane; Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, ©1977.
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Nubia under the Pharaohs.
By Bruce G. Trigger.
Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1976.
Series: Ancient Peoples and Places; v. 85.
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"Order and law: Shaping the law in a new state."
By Joseph Gilbert Manning.
Chapter In: The Last Pharaohs: Egypt Under the Ptolemies, 305-30 BC.
By J.G. Manning.
Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, ©2010.
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Oriental Despotism; A Comparative Study of Total Power.
By Karl August Wittfogel.
New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, [1957].
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Orientalism, 25th anniversary edition.
Orientalism cover image By Edward W. Said.
New York, NY: Vintage Books, ©1994.
"The noted critic and a Palestinian now teaching at Columbia University, examines the way in which the West observes the Arabs." - (publisher's description)
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Orientalism.
By Edward W. Said.
New York, NY: Pantheon Books, ©1978.
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"The Origin and nature of Egyptian writing."
By Barry B. Powell.
Chapter In: Writing: Theory and History of the Technology of Civilization.
By Barry B. Powell.
Chichester, UK; Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009.
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"The Origins of complex societies in Egypt."
By Robert J. Wenke and Deborah I. Olszewski.
Chapter In: Patterns in Prehistory: Humankind's First Three Million Years, 5th edition.
By Robert J. Wenke and Deborah I. Olszewski.
New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2007.
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The Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt.
The Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt cover image Edited by Donald B. Redford.
Oxford, United Kingdom; New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2001.
"Featuring 600 original articles written by leading scholars, The Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt goes far beyond the records of archaeology to make available what we know about the full social, political, religious, cultural and artistic legacy of this 5,000 year civilization. The Encyclopedia offers the most complete picture available of ancient Egyptian civilization, from the predynastic era to its eclipse in the seventh century CE. Here is the Egyptian world in illuminating, accessible detail: art, architecture, religion, language, literature, trade, politics, everyday social life and the culture of the court. Of special interest is the coverage of themes and issues that are particularly controversial--such as the new theories of the origins of complex society in the Nile Valley, new discoveries about Greco-Roman Egypt, and new developments in literature, religion, linguistics and other fields, including the debates about Egypt's African legacy." (publisher's description)
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The Oxford History of Ancient Egypt.
The Oxford History of Ancient Egypt cover image Edited by Ian Shaw.
Oxford, United Kingdom; New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2000.
"Blending vividly written essays and over a hundred attractive illustrations--including 32 color plates--The Oxford History of Ancient Egypt is a stunningly designed and authoritative account of the once glorious civilization on the Nile. Ranging from 700,000 BC to 311 AD, this volume portrays the emergence and development of Egypt from its prehistoric roots to its conquest by the Roman Empire. The contributors--all leading scholars working at the cutting edge of Egyptology--incorporate the latest findings in archaeological research as they chart the principal political events of Egyptian history, from the rise of the Pharaohs and the conquest of Egypt by Alexander the Great, to the ascension of the Ptolemies and the coming of Roman legions. The book also includes the first detailed examinations of three periods which were previously regarded as 'dark ages.' Against the backdrop of the birth and death of ruling dynasties, the writers also examine cultural and social patterns, including stylistic developments in art and literature, monumental architecture, funerary beliefs, and much more. The contributors illuminate the underlying patterns of social and political change and describe the changing face of ancient Egypt, from the biographical details of individuals to the social and economic factors that shaped the lives of the people as a whole." (publisher's description)
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The Oxford Handbook of Papyrology.
The Oxford Handbook of Papyrology cover image Edited by Roger S. Bagnall.
Oxford, UK; New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2009.
Series: Oxford Handbooks.
"Thousands of texts, written over a period of three thousand years on papyri and potsherds, in Egyptian, Greek, Latin, Aramaic, Hebrew, Persian, and other languages, have transformed our knowledge of many aspects of life in the ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern worlds. The Oxford Handbook of Papyrology provides an introduction to the world of these ancient documents and literary texts, ranging from the raw materials of writing to the languages used, from the history of papyrology to its future, and from practical help in reading papyri to frank opinions about the nature of the work of papyrologists." - (publisher's description)
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"Palaeopathology at the beginning of the new millennium."
By Maria Jeziorska.
Chapter In: Egyptian Mummies and Modern Science.
Edited by Rosalie David.
Cambridge, UK; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2008.
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Papyrus.
Papyrus cover image By Richard Parkinson & Stephen Quirke; with contributions by Ute Wartenberg & Bridget Leach.
Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, 1995.
Series: Egyptian Bookshelf.
"One of the most outstanding inventions of ancient Egypt was the making of "paper" from the papyrus plant. As early as 3000 B.C., sheets and rolls of papyrus provided an ideal surface for writing with reed pen and cakes of carbon black and red ochre pigment. Egyptian scribes were able to record on papyri everyday details such as administrative records, legal documents, and letters of business and personal life. Equally important for our understanding of ancient Egypt, pen and papyrus were used to record literary texts, tales, and moral instructions, as well as compendia of Egyptian knowledge exemplified by the famous Rhind Mathematical Papyrus and the books of treatment, prescriptions, and recitations for healing. Religious hymns and litanies are recorded, as are the great formulae to secure life after death--the Coffin Texts and the Book of the Dead. In this book, Richard Parkinson and Stephen Quirke freshly examine the methods of papyrus-making and its different uses, not only under the Pharaohs, but also other Egyptian civilizations such as the Hellenistic kingdom of the Ptolemies and the colonial rule of the Roman Empire. Papyrus remained the writing material of the Mediterranean world until it was eclipsed by the cloth paper of the Orient in the ninth century A.D., bringing four thousand years of writing tradition to an end." - (publisher's description)
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People of the Sea: The Search for the Philistines.
By Trude Dothan and Moshe Dothan.
New York, NY: Macmillan; Toronto, Canada: Maxwell Macmillan Canada; New York, NY: Maxwell Macmillan International, ©1992.
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"Pharmacy in ancient Egypt."
By Jacqueline M. Campbell.
Chapter In: Egyptian Mummies and Modern Science.
Edited by Rosalie David.
Cambridge, UK; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2008.
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The Phoenicians.
By Harden, Donald Benjamin.
New York, NY: Praeger, [1962].
Series: Ancient Peoples and Places, 26.
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"Plant-food remains at Tell Ibrahim Awad: preliminary report."
By Ursula Thanheiser.
Chapter In: Early Dynastic Egypt: MR70.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
Note: This portion of eHRAF archaeology was first released in 2005.
"This collection of 53 documents describes the Early Dynastic Egypt tradition which extended from 5300 BP to 4575 BP, from the time of the Late Predynastic kings through the Third Dynasty. The territory centers in Egypt with colonies in what is now Gaza, Israel, and the West Bank. Readers can get an overview of the Early Dynastic tradition by reading Emery. Two of these documents are written in German and the rest in English with occasional quotes or sections in German or French. Thirty-two were originally published in The Nile delta in transition: 4th.-3rd. millennium B.C.: proceedings of the seminar held in Cairo, 21-24 October 1990, at the Netherlands Institute of Archaeology and Arabic Studies." - (publisher's description)
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"Plant remains from El Omari."
By Hala Barakat.
Chapter In: Lower Egypt Predynastic: MR60.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 20 documents describes the Lower Egypt Predynastic tradition from 7000-5000 BP. Wetterstrom provides an overview. The archaeological evidence for settlements mainly consists of a series of pits that represent ephemeral habitation structures, storage or refuse pits, and burials. Work at three sites predominates: the cemetery and salvage excavations at Heliopolis, the settlement of El Omari, and the settlement and cemetery of Maadi at Wadi Digla. Four of the documents are written in German and 16 in English with occasional quotes or sections in German or French." - (publisher's description)
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"Plant remains from Minshat Abu Omar: first impressions."
By Ursula Thanheiser.
Chapter In: Early Dynastic Egypt: MR70.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
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"This collection of 53 documents describes the Early Dynastic Egypt tradition which extended from 5300 BP to 4575 BP, from the time of the Late Predynastic kings through the Third Dynasty. The territory centers in Egypt with colonies in what is now Gaza, Israel, and the West Bank. Readers can get an overview of the Early Dynastic tradition by reading Emery. Two of these documents are written in German and the rest in English with occasional quotes or sections in German or French. Thirty-two were originally published in The Nile delta in transition: 4th.-3rd. millennium B.C.: proceedings of the seminar held in Cairo, 21-24 October 1990, at the Netherlands Institute of Archaeology and Arabic Studies." - (publisher's description)
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Popular Stories of Ancient Egypt.
By Sir Gaston Maspero; edited and with an introduction by Hasan El-Shamy.
Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, ©2002.
Series: ABC-CLIO Classic Folk and Fairy Tales.
"This anthology of ancient Egyptian tales, features stories which are considered to be the oldest in the world. The tales shed light on the origins of literature in general and folklore in particular, and illuminate the intersection of oral and literary traditions." - (publisher's description)
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"The Potency of writing in Egypt."
By Emily Teeter.
Chapter In: Visible Language: Inventions of Writing in the Ancient Middle East and Beyond.
Edited by Christopher Woods with the assistance of Geoff Emberling and Emily Teeter.
Chicago, IL: Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, 2010.
Series: Oriental Institute Museum Publications; No. 32.
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"Predynastic cultures of Lower Egypt, the desert and the Nile."
By Isabella Caneva.
Chapter In: Early Dynastic Egypt: MR70.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
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"The Predynastic flora of the Hierakonpolis region."
By M. Nabil El Hadidi.
Chapter In: Upper Egypt Predynastic: MR55.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
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"This collection of 24 documents describes the Upper Egypt Predynastic tradition. All are in English with occasional quotes or sections in German. The documents discuss Upper Egypt from 8000 BP-5000 BP and the movement of people into the Nile Valley. Readers can get an overview of the Predynastic tradition by reading the brief overviews found in Bard, Hassan, Spencer, Wenke, and Spencer. Manuscript-length overviews are found in Hoffman and Rice. Many sources discuss fieldwork in the Hierakonpolis area. Several other authors explore state formation or the rise of the Egyptian state. Ten of these documents were originally published together as The predynastic of Hierakonpolis: an interim report." - (publisher's description)
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"Predynastic of Egypt."
By Fekri A. Hassan.
Chapter In: Upper Egypt Predynastic: MR55.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
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"This collection of 24 documents describes the Upper Egypt Predynastic tradition. All are in English with occasional quotes or sections in German. The documents discuss Upper Egypt from 8000 BP-5000 BP and the movement of people into the Nile Valley. Readers can get an overview of the Predynastic tradition by reading the brief overviews found in Bard, Hassan, Spencer, Wenke, and Spencer. Manuscript-length overviews are found in Hoffman and Rice. Many sources discuss fieldwork in the Hierakonpolis area. Several other authors explore state formation or the rise of the Egyptian state. Ten of these documents were originally published together as The predynastic of Hierakonpolis: an interim report." - (publisher's description)
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"Predynastic settlement near Armant."
By Boleslaw Ginter and Janusz K. Kozlowski.
Chapter In: Upper Egypt Predynastic: MR55.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
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"This collection of 24 documents describes the Upper Egypt Predynastic tradition. All are in English with occasional quotes or sections in German. The documents discuss Upper Egypt from 8000 BP-5000 BP and the movement of people into the Nile Valley. Readers can get an overview of the Predynastic tradition by reading the brief overviews found in Bard, Hassan, Spencer, Wenke, and Spencer. Manuscript-length overviews are found in Hoffman and Rice. Many sources discuss fieldwork in the Hierakonpolis area. Several other authors explore state formation or the rise of the Egyptian state. Ten of these documents were originally published together as The predynastic of Hierakonpolis: an interim report." - (publisher's description)
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"Prehistoric site of Adaima, settlement and cemetery."
By B. Midant-Reynes, N. Buchez, Eric Crubezy, and T. Janin.
Chapter In: Early Dynastic Egypt: MR70.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
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"This collection of 53 documents describes the Early Dynastic Egypt tradition which extended from 5300 BP to 4575 BP, from the time of the Late Predynastic kings through the Third Dynasty. The territory centers in Egypt with colonies in what is now Gaza, Israel, and the West Bank. Readers can get an overview of the Early Dynastic tradition by reading Emery. Two of these documents are written in German and the rest in English with occasional quotes or sections in German or French. Thirty-two were originally published in The Nile delta in transition: 4th.-3rd. millennium B.C.: proceedings of the seminar held in Cairo, 21-24 October 1990, at the Netherlands Institute of Archaeology and Arabic Studies." - (publisher's description)
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Prehistory of the Nile Valley.
Edited by Fred Wendorf and Romuald Schild; with sections by Bahay Issawi.
New York, NY: Academic Press, ©1976.
Series: Studies in Archeology.
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"Preliminary findings on the technology of ceramic manufacturing at Hierakonpolis."
By Ralph O. Allen and Marianne S. Rogers.
Chapter In: Upper Egypt Predynastic: MR55.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 24 documents describes the Upper Egypt Predynastic tradition. All are in English with occasional quotes or sections in German. The documents discuss Upper Egypt from 8000 BP-5000 BP and the movement of people into the Nile Valley. Readers can get an overview of the Predynastic tradition by reading the brief overviews found in Bard, Hassan, Spencer, Wenke, and Spencer. Manuscript-length overviews are found in Hoffman and Rice. Many sources discuss fieldwork in the Hierakonpolis area. Several other authors explore state formation or the rise of the Egyptian state. Ten of these documents were originally published together as The predynastic of Hierakonpolis: an interim report." - (publisher's description)
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"Preliminary report on the Predynastic fauna of the Hierakonpolis project."
By John McArdle.
Chapter In: Upper Egypt Predynastic: MR55.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
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"This collection of 24 documents describes the Upper Egypt Predynastic tradition. All are in English with occasional quotes or sections in German. The documents discuss Upper Egypt from 8000 BP-5000 BP and the movement of people into the Nile Valley. Readers can get an overview of the Predynastic tradition by reading the brief overviews found in Bard, Hassan, Spencer, Wenke, and Spencer. Manuscript-length overviews are found in Hoffman and Rice. Many sources discuss fieldwork in the Hierakonpolis area. Several other authors explore state formation or the rise of the Egyptian state. Ten of these documents were originally published together as The predynastic of Hierakonpolis: an interim report." - (publisher's description)
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"A Preliminary report on the quaternary geology and geoarchaeology of Hierakonpolis."
By Hany A. Hamroush.
Chapter In: Upper Egypt Predynastic: MR55.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 24 documents describes the Upper Egypt Predynastic tradition. All are in English with occasional quotes or sections in German. The documents discuss Upper Egypt from 8000 BP-5000 BP and the movement of people into the Nile Valley. Readers can get an overview of the Predynastic tradition by reading the brief overviews found in Bard, Hassan, Spencer, Wenke, and Spencer. Manuscript-length overviews are found in Hoffman and Rice. Many sources discuss fieldwork in the Hierakonpolis area. Several other authors explore state formation or the rise of the Egyptian state. Ten of these documents were originally published together as The predynastic of Hierakonpolis: an interim report." - (publisher's description)
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The Princeton Dictionary of Ancient Egypt, New revised and expanded edition.
The Princeton Dictionary of Ancient Egypt cover image By Ian Shaw and Paul Nicholson.
Princeton, NJ; Oxford, England: Princeton University Press, 2008.
"Written by two archaeologists, each with more than twenty years of excavation experience in Egypt, this authoritative dictionary defines and explains important themes, sites, objects, individuals, and historical periods throughout four thousand years of Egyptian civilization. More than 600 A-to-Z entries provide concise information on all aspects of ancient Egypt and Nubia during the pharaonic and Graeco-Roman periods. Each entry is followed by a bibliography, allowing readers to pursue subjects in more detail. The dictionary is lavishly illustrated with photographs, line drawings, site plans, and maps. The Princeton Dictionary of Ancient Egypt is an indispensable resource for researchers, students, and anyone with an interest in the ancient world." - (publisher's description)
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Problems in Prehistory: North Africa and the Levant.
Edited by Fred Wendorf and Anthony E. Marks.
Dallas, TX: SMU Press, [1975].
Series: Southern Methodist University Contributions in Anthropology, no. 13.
Note: Papers presented at a conference held Dec. 5-8, 1973, "at Southern Methodist University in the Institute for the Study of Earth and Man, the sponsoring organization."
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"Public ceremonial performance in ancient Egypt: exclusion and integration."
By John Baines.
Chapter In: Archaeology of Performance: Theaters of Power, Community, and Politics.
Edited by Takeshi Inomata and Lawrence S. Coben.
Lanham, MD: AltaMira Press, ©2006.
Series: Archaeology in Society Series.
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"Radiocarbon chronology of the Beersheva culture and Predynastic Egypt."
By Thomas E. Levy.
Chapter In: Early Dynastic Egypt: MR70.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 53 documents describes the Early Dynastic Egypt tradition which extended from 5300 BP to 4575 BP, from the time of the Late Predynastic kings through the Third Dynasty. The territory centers in Egypt with colonies in what is now Gaza, Israel, and the West Bank. Readers can get an overview of the Early Dynastic tradition by reading Emery. Two of these documents are written in German and the rest in English with occasional quotes or sections in German or French. Thirty-two were originally published in The Nile delta in transition: 4th.-3rd. millennium B.C.: proceedings of the seminar held in Cairo, 21-24 October 1990, at the Netherlands Institute of Archaeology and Arabic Studies." - (publisher's description)
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The Rape of the Nile: Tomb Robbers, Tourists, and Archaeologists in Egypt.
The Rape of the Nile: Tomb Robbers, Tourists, and Archaeologists in Egypt cover image By Brian M. Fagan.
New York, NY: Scribner, ©1975.
"The scandalous rape of Ancient Egypt is a historical vignette of greed, vanity, and dedicated archaeological research. It is a tale vividly told by renowned archaeology author, Brian Fagan, with characters that include the ancient historian Herodotus; Theban tomb robbers; obelisk-stealing Romans; Coptic Christians determined to erase the heretical past; mummy traders; leisured antiquarians; major European museums; Giovanni Belzoni, a circus strongman who removed more antiquities than Napoleon's armies; shrewd consuls and ruthless pashas; and archaeologists such Sir Flinders Petrie who changed the course of Egyptology." - (publisher's description)
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"Recent discoveries in the U-Cemetery at Abydos."
By Günter Dreyer.
Chapter In: Early Dynastic Egypt: MR70.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 53 documents describes the Early Dynastic Egypt tradition which extended from 5300 BP to 4575 BP, from the time of the Late Predynastic kings through the Third Dynasty. The territory centers in Egypt with colonies in what is now Gaza, Israel, and the West Bank. Readers can get an overview of the Early Dynastic tradition by reading Emery. Two of these documents are written in German and the rest in English with occasional quotes or sections in German or French. Thirty-two were originally published in The Nile delta in transition: 4th.-3rd. millennium B.C.: proceedings of the seminar held in Cairo, 21-24 October 1990, at the Netherlands Institute of Archaeology and Arabic Studies." - (publisher's description)
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Red Land, Black Land: Daily Life in Ancient Egypt, 2nd edition.
Red Land, Black Land: Daily Life in Ancient Egypt cover image By Barbara Mertz.
New York, NY: William Morrow, 2008.
"An erudite and witty glimpse of the human side of ancient Egypt, this classic work is revised and updated for a new generation. Displaying the descriptive power, eye for detail, keen insight, and wit that have made her novels bestsellers, renowned Egyptologist Mertz transports us back thousands of years and immerses us in the sights, aromas, and sounds of day-to-day living in the legendary desert realm that was ancient Egypt. What did average Egyptians eat, drink, wear, gossip about, and aspire to? What were their amusements, their beliefs, their attitudes? Mertz ushers us into their homes, workplaces, temples, and palaces to show us the everyday worlds of the royal and commoner alike. We observe priests and painters, scribes and pyramid builders, slaves, housewives, and queens--and receive tips on how to perform tasks essential to ancient Egyptian living, from mummification to making papyrus." - (publisher's description)
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"Regionality, cultural and cultic landscapes."
By David Jeffreys.
Chapter In: Egyptian Archaeology.
Edited by Willeke Wendrich.
Chichester, UK; Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010.
Series: Blackwell Studies in Global Archaeology.
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"Relative chronology of the Naqada culture."
By Stan Hendrickx.
Chapter In: Early Dynastic Egypt: MR70.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 53 documents describes the Early Dynastic Egypt tradition which extended from 5300 BP to 4575 BP, from the time of the Late Predynastic kings through the Third Dynasty. The territory centers in Egypt with colonies in what is now Gaza, Israel, and the West Bank. Readers can get an overview of the Early Dynastic tradition by reading Emery. Two of these documents are written in German and the rest in English with occasional quotes or sections in German or French. Thirty-two were originally published in The Nile delta in transition: 4th.-3rd. millennium B.C.: proceedings of the seminar held in Cairo, 21-24 October 1990, at the Netherlands Institute of Archaeology and Arabic Studies." - (publisher's description)
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"Report on Site E-81-3, an early Late Paleolithic site near the mouth of Wadi Kubbaniya."
By K. M. Banks.
Chapter In: Late Paleolithic Egypt: MR50.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 19 documents describes the archaeological tradition known as Late Paleolithic Egypt that inhabited Egypt and northern Sudan between approximately 25000 BP and 7000 BP. No single document provides a comprehensive overview. Hassan analyzes lithic collections from 10 sites in the Dishna Plain. Lubell was the first to describe the Fakhurian industry from five sites around Deir El-Fakhuri. Butler and Rao also contribute to that description, with Butler presenting analysis of skeletal material from site E71K1. Other Fakhurian sites are described, including those near Ballana and Tushka. Phillips describes sites E71K12 and E71K13, near Esna. Vermeersch discusses two sites with evidence that the inhabitants may have been drying or preserving fish. Six of these texts were previously published in: A late paleolithic kill-butchery-camp in upper Egypt by Fred Wendorf." - (publisher's description)
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"Report on Site E-81-4, an early Late Paleolithic site near the mouth of Wadi Kubbaniya."
By K. M. Banks.
Chapter In: Late Paleolithic Egypt: MR50.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
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"This collection of 19 documents describes the archaeological tradition known as Late Paleolithic Egypt that inhabited Egypt and northern Sudan between approximately 25000 BP and 7000 BP. No single document provides a comprehensive overview. Hassan analyzes lithic collections from 10 sites in the Dishna Plain. Lubell was the first to describe the Fakhurian industry from five sites around Deir El-Fakhuri. Butler and Rao also contribute to that description, with Butler presenting analysis of skeletal material from site E71K1. Other Fakhurian sites are described, including those near Ballana and Tushka. Phillips describes sites E71K12 and E71K13, near Esna. Vermeersch discusses two sites with evidence that the inhabitants may have been drying or preserving fish. Six of these texts were previously published in: A late paleolithic kill-butchery-camp in upper Egypt by Fred Wendorf." - (publisher's description)
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"Report on Site E-82-3, an early Late Paleolithic site in the Kubbaniya dune field."
By K. M. Banks.
Chapter In: Late Paleolithic Egypt: MR50.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 19 documents describes the archaeological tradition known as Late Paleolithic Egypt that inhabited Egypt and northern Sudan between approximately 25000 BP and 7000 BP. No single document provides a comprehensive overview. Hassan analyzes lithic collections from 10 sites in the Dishna Plain. Lubell was the first to describe the Fakhurian industry from five sites around Deir El-Fakhuri. Butler and Rao also contribute to that description, with Butler presenting analysis of skeletal material from site E71K1. Other Fakhurian sites are described, including those near Ballana and Tushka. Phillips describes sites E71K12 and E71K13, near Esna. Vermeersch discusses two sites with evidence that the inhabitants may have been drying or preserving fish. Six of these texts were previously published in: A late paleolithic kill-butchery-camp in upper Egypt by Fred Wendorf." - (publisher's description)
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"Report on the analysis of the contents of a cache of jars from the tomb of Djer."
By Margaret Serpico and Raymond White.
Chapter In: Early Dynastic Egypt: MR70.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 53 documents describes the Early Dynastic Egypt tradition which extended from 5300 BP to 4575 BP, from the time of the Late Predynastic kings through the Third Dynasty. The territory centers in Egypt with colonies in what is now Gaza, Israel, and the West Bank. Readers can get an overview of the Early Dynastic tradition by reading Emery. Two of these documents are written in German and the rest in English with occasional quotes or sections in German or French. Thirty-two were originally published in The Nile delta in transition: 4th.-3rd. millennium B.C.: proceedings of the seminar held in Cairo, 21-24 October 1990, at the Netherlands Institute of Archaeology and Arabic Studies." - (publisher's description)
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"Rise of Egyptian civilization."
By B. G. Trigger, B. J. Kemp., D. O'Connor and A. B. Lloyd.
Chapter In: Upper Egypt Predynastic: MR55.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
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"This collection of 24 documents describes the Upper Egypt Predynastic tradition. All are in English with occasional quotes or sections in German. The documents discuss Upper Egypt from 8000 BP-5000 BP and the movement of people into the Nile Valley. Readers can get an overview of the Predynastic tradition by reading the brief overviews found in Bard, Hassan, Spencer, Wenke, and Spencer. Manuscript-length overviews are found in Hoffman and Rice. Many sources discuss fieldwork in the Hierakonpolis area. Several other authors explore state formation or the rise of the Egyptian state. Ten of these documents were originally published together as The predynastic of Hierakonpolis: an interim report." - (publisher's description)
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"Ritual Drama in Ancient Egypt."
By R.J. Leprohon.
Chapter In: The Origins of Theater in Ancient Greece and Beyond: From Ritual to Drama.
Edited by Eric Csapo and Margaret C. Miller.
Cambridge, UK; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2007.
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"Saqqara, the royal cemetery of Memphis."
By Jean-Philippe Lauer.
Chapter In: Early Dynastic Egypt: MR70.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
Note: This portion of eHRAF archaeology was first released in 2005.
"This collection of 53 documents describes the Early Dynastic Egypt tradition which extended from 5300 BP to 4575 BP, from the time of the Late Predynastic kings through the Third Dynasty. The territory centers in Egypt with colonies in what is now Gaza, Israel, and the West Bank. Readers can get an overview of the Early Dynastic tradition by reading Emery. Two of these documents are written in German and the rest in English with occasional quotes or sections in German or French. Thirty-two were originally published in The Nile delta in transition: 4th.-3rd. millennium B.C.: proceedings of the seminar held in Cairo, 21-24 October 1990, at the Netherlands Institute of Archaeology and Arabic Studies." - (publisher's description)
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The Sea Peoples and Egypt.
By Alessandra Nibbi.
Park Ridge, NJ: Noyes Press, 1975.
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"Sea Peoples and the Egyptian sources."
By David O'Connor.
Chapter In: The Sea Peoples and Their World: A Reassessment.
Edited by Eliezer D. Oren.
Philadelphia, PA: University Museum, 2000.
Series: University Museum Monograph, 108.
Series: University Museum Symposium Series, v. 11.
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The Sea Peoples and Their World: A Reassessment.
The Sea Peoples and Their World: A Reassessment cover image Edited by Eliezer D. Oren.
Philadelphia, PA: University Museum, 2000.
Series: University Museum Monograph, 108.
Series: University Museum Symposium Series, v. 11.
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Sexual Life in Ancient Egypt.
Sexual Life in Ancient Egypt cover image By Lise Manniche.
London, UK; New York, NY: Kegan Paul; New York, NY: Distributed by Columbia University Press, 2002.
"Including discussions of prostitution, concubines, adultery, homosexuality, intercourse with animals, necrophilia, incest, and polygamy, this pathbreaking work introduces readers to the erotic life that flourished along the banks of the Nile from the Old Kingdom to the Graeco-Roman period." - (publisher's description)
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"Shaping a new state: The political economy of the Ptolemies."
By Joseph Gilbert Manning.
Chapter In: The Last Pharaohs: Egypt Under the Ptolemies, 305-30 BC.
By J.G. Manning.
Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, ©2010.
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Signs & Wonders Upon Pharaoh; A History of American Egyptology.
By John A. Wilson.
Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 1964.
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Sir Gardner Wilkinson and His Circle.
Sir Gardner Wilkinson and His Circle cover image By Jason Thompson.
Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, ©1992.
"Following in the footsteps of Napoleon's army, Europeans invaded Egypt in the early ninetecnth century to gaze in wonder at the massive, inscrutable remains of its ancient civilizations. One of these travelers was a twenty-four-year-old Englishman, John Gardner Wilkinson. His copious observations of ancient and modern Egyptian places, artifacts, and lifeways, recorded in such widely read publications as Manners and Customs of the Ancient Egyptians and Handbook for Travellers in Egypt, made him the leading early Victorian authority on ancient Egypt and paved the way for thc scientific study of Egyptology. In this first full-scale biography of Wilkinson (1797-1875), Jason Thompson skillfully portrays both the man and his era. He follows Wilkinson during his initial sojourn in Egypt (1821-1833) as Wilkinson immersed himself in a contemporary Egyptian lifestyle and in study of its ancient past. He shows Wilkinson in his circle of friends--among them Edward William Lane, Robert Hay and Frederick Catherwood. And he traces how Wilkinson continued to use his Egyptian material in the decades following his return to England. With the rise of professional Egyptology in the middle and later nineteenth century, Sir Gardner Wilkinson came to be viewed as an amateur and his popularity diminished. Drawing upon recently opened sources, Thompson returns Wilkinson to his rightful place within centuries of Egyptian scholarship and assesses both the vision and the limitations of his work. The result is a compelling portrait of a Victorian "gentleman-scholar" and his cultural milieu." - (publisher's description)
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"Site E71K12 and the Late Paleolithic annual round along the Nile in Upper Egypt."
By Polydura Baker and Achilles Gautier.
Chapter In: Late Paleolithic Egypt: MR50.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 19 documents describes the archaeological tradition known as Late Paleolithic Egypt that inhabited Egypt and northern Sudan between approximately 25000 BP and 7000 BP. No single document provides a comprehensive overview. Hassan analyzes lithic collections from 10 sites in the Dishna Plain. Lubell was the first to describe the Fakhurian industry from five sites around Deir El-Fakhuri. Butler and Rao also contribute to that description, with Butler presenting analysis of skeletal material from site E71K1. Other Fakhurian sites are described, including those near Ballana and Tushka. Phillips describes sites E71K12 and E71K13, near Esna. Vermeersch discusses two sites with evidence that the inhabitants may have been drying or preserving fish. Six of these texts were previously published in: A late paleolithic kill-butchery-camp in upper Egypt by Fred Wendorf." - (publisher's description)
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"Site reports and mapping project."
By Michael Allen Hoffman, J. Fred Harlan, Carter Lupton, Barbara Adams, and Michael Berger.
Chapter In: Upper Egypt Predynastic: MR55.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 24 documents describes the Upper Egypt Predynastic tradition. All are in English with occasional quotes or sections in German. The documents discuss Upper Egypt from 8000 BP-5000 BP and the movement of people into the Nile Valley. Readers can get an overview of the Predynastic tradition by reading the brief overviews found in Bard, Hassan, Spencer, Wenke, and Spencer. Manuscript-length overviews are found in Hoffman and Rice. Many sources discuss fieldwork in the Hierakonpolis area. Several other authors explore state formation or the rise of the Egyptian state. Ten of these documents were originally published together as The predynastic of Hierakonpolis: an interim report." - (publisher's description)
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"Site survey in Egyptology."
By Sarah H. Parcak.
Chapter In: Egyptology Today.
Edited by Richard H. Wilkinson.
Cambridge, England; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2008.
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"Skeletal remains from a Late Paleolithic site near Esna, Egypt."
By Barbara H. Butler.
Chapter In: Late Paleolithic Egypt: MR50.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 19 documents describes the archaeological tradition known as Late Paleolithic Egypt that inhabited Egypt and northern Sudan between approximately 25000 BP and 7000 BP. No single document provides a comprehensive overview. Hassan analyzes lithic collections from 10 sites in the Dishna Plain. Lubell was the first to describe the Fakhurian industry from five sites around Deir El-Fakhuri. Butler and Rao also contribute to that description, with Butler presenting analysis of skeletal material from site E71K1. Other Fakhurian sites are described, including those near Ballana and Tushka. Phillips describes sites E71K12 and E71K13, near Esna. Vermeersch discusses two sites with evidence that the inhabitants may have been drying or preserving fish. Six of these texts were previously published in: A late paleolithic kill-butchery-camp in upper Egypt by Fred Wendorf." - (publisher's description)
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"Slices of mummy: a histologist's perspective."
By John Denton.
Chapter In: Egyptian Mummies and Modern Science.
Edited by Rosalie David.
Cambridge, UK; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2008.
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"Social complexity in ancient Egypt: functional differentiation as reflected in the distribution of standardized ceramics."
By Sarah L. Sterling.
Chapter In: Posing Questions for a Scientific Archaeology.
Edited by Terry L. Hunt, Carl P. Lipo, and Sarah L. Sterling.
Westport, CN: Bergin & Garvey, 2001.
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The Sphinx Revealed: A Forgotten Record of Pioneering Excavations.
The Sphinx Revealed: A Forgotten Record of Pioneering Excavations cover image By Henry Salt; edited by Patricia Usick and Deborah Manley.
London, UK: British Museum, 2007.
Series: British Museum Research Publication; 164.
"In 2002 a two-volume manuscript memoir on the Pyramids and Sphinx, by Henry Salt, was rediscovered in the archives of the Department of Ancient Egypt and Sudan, at the British Museum. It was then studied in depth for the first time. The Text volume, written by Salt, the British Consul General in Egypt from 1816 until his death there in 1827, relates the results of work carried out by Captain Caviglia in 1816-18 in the Giza necropolis area on Salt's behalf. The Atlas volume contains 66 original drawings by Salt, showing the first modern excavation of the Sphinx and illustrates their discoveries beneath the Sphinx, in the Great Pyramid and among the surrounding tombs. These drawings include an annotated ground plan of the Giza necropolis which, for the first time, elucidates their discoveries. Salt also made accurate and important early copies of hieroglyphic and Greek inscriptions found during the Sphinx excavations and recorded the massive Roman stairway that was later cleared away. The work also enables us to illustrate and provenance certain pieces which came to the Museum through Salt and Caviglia." - (publisher's description)
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Sports and Games of Ancient Egypt.
By Wolfgang Decker; translated by Allen Guttmann.
New Haven, CN: Yale University Press, ©1992.
Series: Sport and History Series.
Note: Translation of: Sport und Spiel im Alten Ägypten.
"Drawing on recent evidence from the fields of Egyptology and sport history, Wolfgang Decker describes how both kings and commoners enjoyed athletic activities. Some of the best-known pharaohs performed athletic feats to demonstrate their superiority, says Decker. He discusses the primary sport of the kings--archery--as well as other royal athletic enthusiasms like track and chariot racing. He then provides rich detail on the sports of commoners: racing, jumping, aquatic sports, wrestling, stick fighting, and boxing. Decker also explores the evidence for such recreational activities as ball games, children's games, board games, and acrobatic dances. In a concluding section on hunting, he notes that certain animals were reserved largely for the pharaoh and others for the nobles. Throughout the book, Decker is sensitive to the sociological and political issues that surround sporting activity." - (publisher's description)
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Standards of Archaeological Excavation: A Field Guide to the Methodology, Recording Techniques and Conventions.
Standards of Archaeological Excavation: A Field Guide to the Methodology, Recording Techniques and Conventions cover image By Standards of Archaeological Excavation: A Field Guide to the Methodology, Recording Techniques and Conventions and Lawrence Stewart Owens.
London, England: Golden House, 2010.
Series: Egyptian Cultural Heritage Organisation monograph series; no. 1.
"This guide to best practice in excavations is designed with the specific demands of exavating in Egypt in mind. It promotes a holistic approach to excavation which moves away from Egyptology's traditional focus on monumental architecture and epigraphy, and aims to provide a set of methodologies and recording practices around which archaeologists working in Egypt can unite. It takes the archaeologist from site evaluation through to grid systems, methods of excavation for different context types, archiving, report writing and post-excavation assessment." - (publisher's description)
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"Statistical analysis of the Protodynastic burials in the 'valley' cemetery of Kafr Tarkhan."
By Chris Ellis.
Chapter In: Early Dynastic Egypt: MR70.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 53 documents describes the Early Dynastic Egypt tradition which extended from 5300 BP to 4575 BP, from the time of the Late Predynastic kings through the Third Dynasty. The territory centers in Egypt with colonies in what is now Gaza, Israel, and the West Bank. Readers can get an overview of the Early Dynastic tradition by reading Emery. Two of these documents are written in German and the rest in English with occasional quotes or sections in German or French. Thirty-two were originally published in The Nile delta in transition: 4th.-3rd. millennium B.C.: proceedings of the seminar held in Cairo, 21-24 October 1990, at the Netherlands Institute of Archaeology and Arabic Studies." - (publisher's description)
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Stelae from Egypt and Nubia in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge: c.3000 BC-AD 1150.
Stelae from Egypt and Nubia in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge: c.3000 BC-AD 1150 cover image By Geoffrey Thorndike Martin; with contributions by Sarah J. Clackson; photography by Andrew Norman.
Cambridge, United Kingdom; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2005.
"The volume provides a detailed catalogue of 127 stelae (mostly funerary) deriving from the Nile Valley, now in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge. The stelae are written in various scripts - Egyptian hieroglyphic, hieratic and demotic, Greek, Coptic, Carian and early Arabic - and cover a date-range of over 4000 years. Few museums have published their complete holdings of such material, and the carefully described and translated information from these stelae throws a flood of light on the history, religion, funerary customs, art and iconography, daily life and administrative systems of ancient Egypt and Nubia. Each entry has a photograph of the stela as well as a meticulous line-drawing which enables the texts and iconography to be understood and interpreted. Full museological details such as material, precise measurements, provenance mode of acquisition and dating are provided." (publisher's description)
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The Story of Decipherment: From Egyptian Hieroglyphic to Linear B.
By Maurice Pope.
London, UK: Thames & Hudson, ©1975.
Series: The World of Archaeology.
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Survey of Memphis. 5, Kom Rabia: The New Kingdom Settlement (Levels II-V).
Survey of Memphis. 5, Kom Rabia: The New Kingdom Settlement (Levels II-V) cover image By David G. Jeffreys; with contributions by B. Driskell and N.J. Preston.
London, UK: Egypt Exploration Society, 2006.
Series: Seventy-Ninth Excavation Memoir.
Series: Excavation Memoir; 79th.
Series: The Survey of Memphis, 5.
"This volume publishes the detailed archaeological data for the excavation of the New Kingdom levels at Kom Rabia, part of the ancient Egyptian capital city of Memphis. Following three years of survey, excavation was undertaken between 1984 and 1990 in this settlement area, revealing new evidence for the lives of those who inhabited Memphis in the New Kingdom when this particular part of the city was reoccupied after a period of abandonment." - (publisher's description)
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"Taur Ikhbeineh, earliest evidence for Egyptian interconnections."
By Eliezer D. Oren and Yuval Yekutieli.
Chapter In: Early Dynastic Egypt: MR70.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 53 documents describes the Early Dynastic Egypt tradition which extended from 5300 BP to 4575 BP, from the time of the Late Predynastic kings through the Third Dynasty. The territory centers in Egypt with colonies in what is now Gaza, Israel, and the West Bank. Readers can get an overview of the Early Dynastic tradition by reading Emery. Two of these documents are written in German and the rest in English with occasional quotes or sections in German or French. Thirty-two were originally published in The Nile delta in transition: 4th.-3rd. millennium B.C.: proceedings of the seminar held in Cairo, 21-24 October 1990, at the Netherlands Institute of Archaeology and Arabic Studies." - (publisher's description)
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Temples and Tombs of Ancient Nubia: The International Rescue Campaign at Abu Simbel, Philae, and Other Sites.
Edited by Torgny Säve-Söderbergh.
New York, NY: Thames and Hudson; Paris, France: Unesco, 1987.
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Ten Years' Digging in Egypt (1881-1891).
By William Matthew Flinders Petrie.
New York, NY: Revell, [1892].
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"Theories of state formation."
By E. Christiana Köhler.
Chapter In: Egyptian Archaeology.
Edited by Willeke Wendrich.
Chichester, UK; Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010.
Series: Blackwell Studies in Global Archaeology.
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A Thousand Miles Up the Nile.
By Amelia B. Edwards; introduction by Quentin Crewe.
London, UK: Century Pub., 1982.
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Thutmose III: A Military Biography of Egypt's Greatest Warrior King.
Thutmose III: A Military Biography of Egypt's Greatest Warrior King cover image By Richard A. Gabriel.
Washington, DC: Potomac Books, ©2009.
"In the course of his thirty-two-year reign over ancient Egypt, Thutmose III fought an impressive seventeen campaigns. He fought more battles over a longer period of time and experienced more victories than Alexander the Great and Julius Caesar did. Despite Thutmose III's surprisingly illustrious record, his name does not command the same immediate recognition as these highly visible military leaders.
In Thutmose III, Richard Gabriel deftly brings to life the character and ability of ancient Egypt's warrior king and sheds light on Thutmose's key contributions to Egyptian history. Considered the father of the Egyptian navy, Thutmose created the first combat navy in the ancient world and built an enormous shipyard near Memphis to construct troop, horse, and supply transports to support his campaigns in Syria and Iraq. He also reformed the army, establishing a reliable conscript base, creating a professional officer corps, equipping it with modern weapons, and integrating chariotry's combat arm into new tactical doctrines. Politically, he introduced strategic principles of national security that guided Egyptian diplomatic, commercial, and military policies for half a millennium and created the Egyptian empire.
Through these crowning achievements, Thutmose set into motion events that shaped and influenced the Levant and Egypt for the next four hundred years. His reign can be regarded as a watershed in the military and imperial history of the entire eastern Mediterranean." - (publisher's description)
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"Town and state in the early Old Kingdom, a view from Elephantine."
By Stephan Johannes Seidlmayer.
Chapter In: Early Dynastic Egypt: MR70.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 53 documents describes the Early Dynastic Egypt tradition which extended from 5300 BP to 4575 BP, from the time of the Late Predynastic kings through the Third Dynasty. The territory centers in Egypt with colonies in what is now Gaza, Israel, and the West Bank. Readers can get an overview of the Early Dynastic tradition by reading Emery. Two of these documents are written in German and the rest in English with occasional quotes or sections in German or French. Thirty-two were originally published in The Nile delta in transition: 4th.-3rd. millennium B.C.: proceedings of the seminar held in Cairo, 21-24 October 1990, at the Netherlands Institute of Archaeology and Arabic Studies." - (publisher's description)
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"Tradition and innovation: the Middle Kingdom."
By Josef Wegner.
Chapter In: Egyptian Archaeology.
Edited by Willeke Wendrich.
Chichester, UK; Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010.
Series: Blackwell Studies in Global Archaeology.
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"Tradition summary: Upper Egypt Predynastic."
By Stephen H. Savage and Sarah Berry.
Chapter In: Upper Egypt Predynastic: MR55.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
Note: This portion of eHRAF archaeology was first released in 2005.
"This collection of 24 documents describes the Upper Egypt Predynastic tradition. All are in English with occasional quotes or sections in German. The documents discuss Upper Egypt from 8000 BP-5000 BP and the movement of people into the Nile Valley. Readers can get an overview of the Predynastic tradition by reading the brief overviews found in Bard, Hassan, Spencer, Wenke, and Spencer. Manuscript-length overviews are found in Hoffman and Rice. Many sources discuss fieldwork in the Hierakonpolis area. Several other authors explore state formation or the rise of the Egyptian state. Ten of these documents were originally published together as The predynastic of Hierakonpolis: an interim report." - (publisher's description)
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"Tradition summary: Late Paleolithic Egypt."
By Fred Wendorf and Sarah Berry.
Chapter In: Late Paleolithic Egypt: MR50.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
Note: This portion of eHRAF archaeology was first released in 2005.
"This collection of 19 documents describes the archaeological tradition known as Late Paleolithic Egypt that inhabited Egypt and northern Sudan between approximately 25000 BP and 7000 BP. No single document provides a comprehensive overview. Hassan analyzes lithic collections from 10 sites in the Dishna Plain. Lubell was the first to describe the Fakhurian industry from five sites around Deir El-Fakhuri. Butler and Rao also contribute to that description, with Butler presenting analysis of skeletal material from site E71K1. Other Fakhurian sites are described, including those near Ballana and Tushka. Phillips describes sites E71K12 and E71K13, near Esna. Vermeersch discusses two sites with evidence that the inhabitants may have been drying or preserving fish. Six of these texts were previously published in: A late paleolithic kill-butchery-camp in upper Egypt by Fred Wendorf." - (publisher's description)
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"Tradition summary: Middle Paleolithic Egypt."
By Fred Wendorf and Sarah Berry.
Chapter In: Middle Paleolithic Egypt: MR45.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2004-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"There are 7 documents in the file for The Middle Paleolithic in Egypt and the northern Sudan which has absolute dates of 230,000 to 45,000 B.P. Subperiods include the Mousterian, Aterian, Khormusan and Nubian Middle Stone Age, which are unevenly distributed across northern Africa. The climate was at times wetter and milder than today (Caton-Thompson, Wendorf); the sites are located near permanent lakes from the milder periods around Bir Tarfawi, Bir Sahara East, and the Kharga Oasis, and along the Nile Valley. The lithic assemblages includes Levallois flakes, Mousterian points, sidescrapers, notches, denticulates; pendiculated pieces in the Aterian, and burins in the Khormusan. Faunal assemblages include fish, wild cattle, gazelle and others. Caton-Thompson and Gardner's work in the 1930's at the Kharga Oasis is notable for the methodology and attention to the environmental record. Wendorf excavated 17 sites near Bir Tarfawi and Bir Sahara East; he used a variety of techniques for absoluting dating of the site. The sites are thought to be remains of day camps or worksites. Chmielewski, the Guichards, and Marks report on fieldwork led by Wendorf for salvage work near the Aswan dam; their work covers the Middle Paleolithic, Mousterian and Khormusan horizons." - (publisher's description)
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"Trend of the Maadi culture and the foundation of Egyptian civilization."
By Ibrahim Rizkana.
Chapter In: Early Dynastic Egypt: MR70.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 53 documents describes the Early Dynastic Egypt tradition which extended from 5300 BP to 4575 BP, from the time of the Late Predynastic kings through the Third Dynasty. The territory centers in Egypt with colonies in what is now Gaza, Israel, and the West Bank. Readers can get an overview of the Early Dynastic tradition by reading Emery. Two of these documents are written in German and the rest in English with occasional quotes or sections in German or French. Thirty-two were originally published in The Nile delta in transition: 4th.-3rd. millennium B.C.: proceedings of the seminar held in Cairo, 21-24 October 1990, at the Netherlands Institute of Archaeology and Arabic Studies." - (publisher's description)
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Tutankhamen: The Politics of Discovery.
By Howard Carter; preface by the seventh Earl of Carnarvon; introduction by Nicholas Reeves; [translations from the original French by Marius Nasta and Anna Lethbridge].
London, UK: Libri, ©1998.
"In April 1923 one of the greatest archaeological discoveries was in jeopardy, and its excavators embroiled in controversy. This is the first time that Howard Carter's own statement concerning these events has been published in full. It first appeared in 1924 as a privately printed pamphlet, with a print run of about thirty. Here, it is reprinted in full, with an introduction by Nicholas Reeves and some highly evocative photographs." - (publisher's description)
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Tutankhamun's Funeral.
Tutankhamun's Funeral cover image By Herbert E. Winlock; introduction and appendix by Dorothea Arnold.
New York, NY: Metropolitan Museum of Art; New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2010.
"In 1907, more than a decade before the discovery of Tutankhamun's tomb, archaeologists unearthed remains from the mummification and funeral of the pharaoh, who ruled ancient Egypt in the 14th century B.C. Now in the collection of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, these materials provide physical evidence of burial rites of the now-legendary king, who is making headlines once again after new scientific investigations to determine the cause of his early death.
Tutankhamun's Funeral includes a classic text written in 1941 by Herbert E. Winlock, one of the early 20th century's leading Egyptologists, featuring in-depth analysis of the objects and their significance. In addition, an introduction and appendix by Dorothea Arnold update the findings with recent scholarship. The book is illustrated throughout with new color photography as well as many historical images and drawings." - (publisher's description)
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"Two final paleolithic sites in the Nile Valley and their external relations."
By James L. Phillips.
Chapter In: Late Paleolithic Egypt: MR50.
New Haven, CN: Human Relations Area Files, 2005-.
Series: eHRAF archaeology. Africa.
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"This collection of 19 documents describes the archaeological tradition known as Late Paleolithic Egypt that inhabited Egypt and northern Sudan between approximately 25000 BP and 7000 BP. No single document provides a comprehensive overview. Hassan analyzes lithic collections from 10 sites in the Dishna Plain. Lubell was the first to describe the Fakhurian industry from five sites around Deir El-Fakhuri. Butler and Rao also contribute to that description, with Butler presenting analysis of skeletal material from site E71K1. Other Fakhurian sites are described, including those near Ballana and Tushka. Phillips describes sites E71K12 and E71K13, near Esna. Vermeersch discusses two sites with evidence that the inhabitants may have been drying or preserving fish. Six of these texts were previously published in: A late paleolithic kill-butchery-camp in upper Egypt by Fred Wendorf." - (publisher's description)
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Unwrapping a Mummy: The Life, Death and Embalming of Horemkenesi.
Unwrapping a Mummy: The Life, Death and Embalming of Horemkenesi cover image By John H. Taylor.
Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, 1996.
Series: Egyptian Bookshelf.
"Horemkenesi was an Egyptian priest and official who lived at Thebes in the eleventh century B.C. The unwrapping and scientific examination of his mummified body (the last such investigation to have been carried out in Britain) provided a rare opportunity to study the remains of a known historical figure using the most sophisticated technology and methods of analysis. By combining the results of this study with information from inscriptions on Horemkenesi's coffin and rock graffiti recording his work in the cemeteries of Thebes, it is possible to build up a fascinating picture of the life, death, and mummification of an ancient Egyptian. The first part of this book considers Horemkenesi's life and work against the backdrop of Upper Egypt in the troubled times of the early Twentieth Dynasty. The second part concentrates on the unwrapping of the mummy: its careful planning, how the delicate operation was carried out, and what discoveries were made. What did Horemkenesi look like? How old was he at death? What was the state of his health? Why did the embalmers not remove his brain, and why were his internal organs missing? These and other questions are answered in this stimulating book." - (publisher's description)
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"An Urban Population from Roman Upper Egypt."
By Roger S. Bagnall.
Chapter In: Urbanism in the Preindustrial World: Cross-Cultural Approaches.
Edited by Glenn R. Storey.
Tuscaloosa, AL: University of Alabama Press, ©2006.
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"The Use of immunocytochemistry to diagnose disease."
By Patricia Rutherford.
Chapter In: Egyptian Mummies and Modern Science.
Edited by Rosalie David.
Cambridge, UK; New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 2008.
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"The Valley of the Golden Mummies, Egypt."
By Zahi Hawass.
Chapter In: Discovery!: Unearthing the New Treasures of Archaeology.
Edited by Brian M. Fagan.
New York, NY: Thames & Hudson, ©2007.
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"Villages and the Old Kingdom."
By Mark Lehner.
Chapter In: Egyptian Archaeology.
Edited by Willeke Wendrich.
Chichester, UK; Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010.
Series: Blackwell Studies in Global Archaeology.
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Voices from Ancient Egypt: An Anthology of Middle Kingdom Writings.
Voices from Ancient Egypt: An Anthology of Middle Kingdom Writings cover image Translated and edited by R.B. Parkinson.
Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, ©1991.
Series: Oklahoma Series in Classical Culture; v. 9.
Note: Translations and interpretations of hieroglyphics and hieratic script from archaeological fragments and papyri
"Voices from Ancient Egypt is an anthology presenting translations of sixty documents from a golden age of ancient Egyptian culture (c. 2081-1600 BC). The documents illustrate all aspects of life and the place of literacy in an early civilisation. The 'voices' range from the high formal literature of religious rituals and royal monuments to the hurried requests of the bureaucrats and the jokes of harrassed workmen. They tell a tale not ony of the intellectual beliefs of the elite, but of family feuds, love and murder, as well as the pastoral dreams of a society trying to attain its vision of absolute order in a chaotic universe." - (publisher's description)
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"Warfare in ancient Egypt."
By Anthony J. Spalinger.
Chapter In: A Companion to the Ancient Near East.
Edited by Daniel C. Snell.
Malden, MA: Blackwell Pub., 2005.
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What Makes Civilization?: The Ancient Near East and The Future of the West.
What Makes Civilization?: The Ancient Near East and The Future of the West cover image By David Wengrow.
Oxford. UK; New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2010.
"Renowned archaeologist David Wengrow creates here a vivid new account of the "birth of civilization" in ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia, bringing together within a unified history the first two nations where people created cities, kingdoms, and monumental temples to the gods. But civilization, Wengrow argues, is not exclusively about large-scale settlements and endeavors. Just as important are the ordinary but fundamental practices of everyday life, such as cooking, running a home, and cleaning the body. Tracing the development of such practices, from prehistoric times to the age of the pyramids, Wengrow reveals unsuspected connections between distant regions and provides new insights into the workings of societies we have come to regard as remote from our own. The book obliges us to recognize that civilizations are not formed in isolation, but through the mixing and borrowing of culture between different societies. It concludes by drawing telling parallels between the ancient Near East and more contemporary attempts to reshape the world according to an ideal image." - (publisher's description)
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Who's Who in Egyptian Mythology.
By Anthony S. Mercatante; foreword by Robert S. Bianchi; illustrated by the author.
New York, NY: C. N. Potter: distributed by Crown Publishers, ©1978.
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Women in Ancient Egypt.
Women in Ancient Egypt cover image By Gay Robins.
Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1993.
"An idealised version of women appears everywhere in the art of ancient Egypt, but the true nature of these women's lives has long remained hidden. Robins' book, gracefully written and copiously illustrated, cuts through the obscurity of the ages to show us what the archaeological riches of Egypt really say about how these women lived, both in the public eye and within the family.
The art and written records of the time present a fascinating puzzle. But how often has the evidence been interpreted, consciously or otherwise, from a male viewpoint? Robins conducts us through these sources with an archaeologist's relish, stripping away layer after interpretive layer to expose the reality beneath. Here we see the everyday lives of women in the economic, legal, or domestic sphere, from the Early Dynastic Period almost 5,000 years ago to the conquest of Alexander in 332 B.C. Within this kingdom ruled and run by men, women could still wield influence indirectly-and in some cases directly, when a woman took the position of king. The exceptional few who assumed real power appear here in colorful detail, alongside their more traditional counterparts. Robins examines the queens' reputed divinity and takes a frank look at the practice of incest within Egypt's dynasties. She shows us the special role of women in religious rites and offices, and assesses their depiction in Egyptian art as it portrays their position in society.
By drawing women back into the picture we have of ancient Egypt, this book opens a whole new perspective on one of world history's most exotic and familiar cultures." - (publisher's description)
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"Women of Lahun (Egypt 1800 BC)."
By Stephen Quirke.
Chapter In: Archaeology and Women: Ancient and Modern Issues.
Edited by Sue Hamilton, Ruth D. Whitehouse, and Katherine I. Wright.
Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press, ©2007.
Series: Publications of the Institute of Archaeology, University College London.
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"The World's oldest boats, from Abydos, Egypt."
By Matthew Douglas Adams and David O'Connor.
Chapter In: Discovery!: Unearthing the New Treasures of Archaeology.
Edited by Brian M. Fagan.
New York, NY: Thames & Hudson, ©2007.
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"Worship without writing."
By Stan Hendrickx, Dirk Huyge, and Willeke Wendrich.
Chapter In: Egyptian Archaeology.
Edited by Willeke Wendrich.
Chichester, UK; Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010.
Series: Blackwell Studies in Global Archaeology.
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X-Raying the Pharaohs.
X-Raying the Pharaohs cover image By James E. Harris and Kent R. Weeks.
New York, NY: Scribner, [1973].
"Report of an expedition conducted at the Egyptian Museum, Cairo, under the direction of the School of Dentistry, University of Michigan, with the cooperation of the School of Dentistry, University of Alexandria, and the Egyptian Antiquities Dept. of the Egyptian Museum." - (publisher's description)
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Dissertations

Here is a link to a guide to aid researchers in searching the ProQuest Dissertations and Theses Collection. The ProQuest Dissertations and Theses Collection is for the use of UT Arlington faculty and students. If you have a problem with this download process call me at: or email me at: <dillard@uta.edu>. Listed below are just a few of the the many dissertations that deal with Egyptian archaeology, all of those listed in this section require the Adobe Acrobat Reader for viewing and printing.

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"Aigyptiaka": A catalogue of Egyptian and Egyptianizing objects excavated from Greek archaeological sites, ca. 1100-525 B.C., with historical commentary.
By Skon-Jedele, Nancy Joan, Ph.D.
University of Pennsylvania, 1994, 2887 pages.
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Ancient Egypt and Egyptian antiquities in Italian Renaissance art and culture.
By Curran, Brian A., Ph.D.
Princeton University, 1997, 790 pages.
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Ancient Egypt, sacred science, and transatlantic Romanticism.
By Redd, Marques Jerard, Ph.D.
University of California, Berkeley, 2011, 145 pages
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Ancient Egyptian hull construction.
By Haldane, Cheryl Ward, Ph.D.
Texas A&M University, 1993, 299 pages.
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Ancient Egyptian royal bronzes, with special attention to the kneeling pose.
By Hill, Marsha, Ph.D.
New York University, 2000, 705 pages.
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Archaeological sites as physicochemical systems: Two studies.
By Wilson-Yang, Kristine Marie, Ph.D.
University of Toronto (Canada), 1989, 317 pages.
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Archaeology of an image: The Great Sphinx of Giza. (Volume 1: Text. Volume 2: Figures. Volume 3: Plates (not microfilmed as part of dissertation);).
By Lehner, Mark Edward, Ph.D.
Yale University, 1991, 535 pages
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Aspects of the pyramid temple of Senwosret III at Dahshur: The pharaoh and deities.
By Oppenheim, Adela, Ph.D.
New York University, 2008, 1065 pages
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Bioarchaeology of infancy and childhood at the Kellis 2 cemetery, Dakhleh Oasis, Egypt.
By Wheeler, Sandra M., Ph.D.
The University of Western Ontario (Canada), 2009, 324 pages
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Bioarchaeology of the everyday: Analysis of activity patterns and diet in the Nile Valley.
By Schrader, Sarah A, Ph.D.
Purdue University, 2013, 341 pages
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The Book of the Earth: A study of ancient Egyptian symbol-systems and the evolution of New Kingdom cosmographic models.
By Roberson, Joshua Aaron, Ph.D.
University of Pennsylvania, 2007, 1097 pages
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Ceramic analysis of the Late and Final Neolithic site of E-00-1: A reflection of the origins of social complexity in the ancient Egyptian civilization.
By Khalifa, Eman El Sayed Aly, Ph.D.
Tulane University, 2012, 274 pages
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Ceramic analysis of the Late and Final Neolithic site of E-00-1: A reflection of the origins of social complexity in the ancient Egyptian civilization.
By Khalifa, Eman El Sayed Aly, Ph.D.
Tulane University, 2012, 274 pages
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Chronology and social stratification in a Middle Egyptian cemetery.
By Orel, Sara Elinor, Ph.D.
University of Toronto (Canada), 1993, 794 pages.
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Community and society in Egypt in the First Intermediate Period: An archaeological investigation of the Abydos settlement site.
By Adams, Matthew Douglas, Ph.D.
University of Pennsylvania, 2005, 679 pages
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The Conception of private tombs in the late Old Kingdom.
By Chauvet, Violaine, Ph.D.
The Johns Hopkins University, 2004, 687 pages
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Conduct and behavior as determinants for the afterlife: A comparison of the judgments of the dead in ancient Egypt and ancient Greece.
By Stilwell, Gary A., Ph.D.
The Florida State University, 2000, 392 pages.
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Contract Norms and Contract Enforcement in Graeco-Roman Egypt.
By Ratzan, David M., Ph.D.
Columbia University, 2011, 505 pages
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A Critical review of theories about the origin of the ancient Egyptian state.
By Siegemund, Ralf H., Ph.D.
University of California, Los Angeles, 1999, 758 pages.
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The Cult of Osiris at Abydos: An archaeological investigation of the development of an ancient Egyptian sacred center during the Eighteenth Dynasty.
By Wegner, Mary-Ann Pouls, Ph.D.
University of Pennsylvania, 2002, 605 pages.
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The Cults of King Ahmose at Abydos.
By Harvey, Stephen Phillip, Ph.D.
University of Pennsylvania, 1998, 622 pages
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Cultural identity of the 25th Dynasty rulers of Ancient Egypt in context: Formulation, negotiation and expression.
By Gordon, William Edward, II, Ph.D.
University of California, Los Angeles, 2009, 372 pages
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Descent, power, and competition in predynastic Egypt: Mortuary evidence from cemetry N7000 at Naga-Ed-Der.
By Savage, Stephen H., Ph.D.
Arizona State University, 1995, 572 pages.
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The Development of productive subsistence economies in the Nile Valley: Zooarchaeological analysis at El-Mahasna and South Abydos, Upper Egypt.
By Rossel, Stine, Ph.D.
Harvard University, 2007, 324 pages
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Diversity within domestic cult: A contextual analysis of Egyptianizing terracotta figurines from Delos.
By Barrett, Caitlin Eilis, Ph.D.
Yale University, 2009, 1060 pages
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The Dynamic landscape of the western Nile Delta from the New Kingdom to the Late Roman periods.
By Trampier, Joshua Raymond, Ph.D.
The University of Chicago, 2010, 407 pages
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Dynasty XIII kingship in ancient Egypt: A study of political power and administration through an investigation of the royal tombs of the late Middle Kingdom.
By Landua-McCormack, Dawn, Ph.D.
University of Pennsylvania, 2008, 562 pages
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Eastern front: The Transjordan Highlands in Late Bronze Age hegemonic contest.
By Bramlett, Kent, Ph.D.
University of Toronto (Canada), 2009, 318 pages
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Egyptian Body Size: A Regional and Worldwide Comparison.
By Raxter, Michelle Helene, Ph.D.
University of South Florida, 2011, 318 pages
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Egyptian perceptions of West Semites in art and literature during the Middle Kingdom (An archaeological, art historical and textual survey).
By Saretta, Phyllis, Ph.D.
New York University, 1997, 296 pages.
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The Eighteenth Dynasty titles royal nurse (mn't nswt), royal tutor (mn' nswt), and foster brother/sister of the Lord of the Two Lands (sn/snt mn' n nb t3wy).
By Roehrig, Catharine Hershey, Ph.D.
University of California, Berkeley, 1990, 454 pages
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The Emperor as Pharaoh: Provincial Dynamics and Visual Representations of Imperial Authority in Roman Egypt, 30 B.C.--A.D. 69.
By O'Neill, Sean Joseph, Ph.D.
University of Cincinnati, 2011, 341 pages
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Engraved in Stone: The Role of Offering Tables in Meroitic Funerary Religion.
By Cunningham-Bryant, Alicia Aileen, Ph.D.
Yale University, 2012, 781 pages
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The Enigmatic Netherworld books of the Solar-Osirian Unity: Cryptographic compositions in the tombs of Tutankhamun, Ramesses VI, and Ramesses IX.
By Darnell, John Coleman, Ph.D.
The University of Chicago, 1995, 877 pages.
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Everlasting servants of the gods: Bronze priests of ancient Egypt from the Middle Kingdom to the Graeco-Roman period.
By Mendoza, Barbara, Ph.D.
University of California, Berkeley, 2006, 715 pages
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Foundation deposits in ancient Egypt.
By Weinstein, James Morris, Ph.D.
University of Pennsylvania, 1973, 513 pages.
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From privilege to poverty: The life-cycle of pyramid settlements during the Old Kingdom.
By Way, Justine Victoria, Ph.D.
The University of Chicago, 2008, 262 pages
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From the pyramids to pyramids road: An ethnography of the idea of Egypt.
By Wynn, Lisa Lorraine, Ph.D.
Princeton University, 2003, 296 pages.
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Genetic Analysis of Domestication Patterns in the Cat (Felis catus): Worldwide Population Structure, and Human-mediated Breeding Patterns Both Modern and Ancient.
By Kurushima, Jennifer Dawn, Ph.D.
University of California, Davis, 2011, 157 pages
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Geoarchaeology, geomorphology and sedimentology of Paleolithic landscapes in Egypt.
By Adelsberger, Katherine Ann, Ph.D.
Washington University in St. Louis, 2008, 194 pages
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The History and development of the ancient Egyptian scribe statue. (Volumes I-IV).
By Scott, Gerry Dee, III, Ph.D.
Yale University, 1989, 1701 pages.
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History and Narrative in a Changing Society: James Henry Breasted and the Writing of Ancient Egyptian History in Early Twentieth Century America.
By Ambridge, Lindsay J., Ph.D.
University of Michigan, 2010, 192 pages
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Housing empire: The archaeology of daily life in Roman Amheida, Egypt.
By Boozer, Anna Lucille, Ph.D.
Columbia University, 2007, 320 pages
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Hooked on pharaonics: Literature and the appropriations of ancient Egypt.
By Colla, Elliott Hutchinson, Ph.D.
University of California, Berkeley, 2000, 318 pages.
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Human activity in the southern Eastern Desert of Egypt during the Pharaonic period: An interdisciplinary research project.
By Rothe, Russell Dale, Ph.D.
University of Minnesota, 1995, 230 pages
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The Iconography of humiliation: The depiction and treatment of bound foreigners in New Kingdom Egypt.
By Janzen, Mark D., Ph.D.
The University of Memphis, 2013, 377 pages
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Ideologies of social relations in Middle Kingdom Egypt: Gender, kinship, ancestors.
By Lustig, Judith, Ph.D.
Temple University, 1993, 285 pages.
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Ideology and practicality in transmission of office during the Middle Kingdom of ancient Egypt: An examination of families and the concept of i3t.
By Nelson-Hurst, Melinda G., Ph.D.
University of Pennsylvania, 2011, 551 pages
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"In Accordance with the Documents of Ancient Times": The Origins, Development, and Significance of the Ancient Egyptian Sed Festival (Jubilee Festival).
By LeBlanc, Marc Jeremy, Ph.D.
Yale University, 2011, 999 pages
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In the bird cage of the muses: Archiving, erudition, and empire in Ptolemaic Egypt.
By Yatsuhashi, Akira V., Ph.D.
Duke University, 2010, 212 pages
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The Integration of Quantitative and Qualitative Research in a Study of the Regalia of Ramses III.
By Calvert, Amy M., Ph.D.
New York University, 2011, 640 pages
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Interregional trade, cultural exchange, and specialized production in the Late Predynastic: Archaeological analysis of el-Amra, Upper Egypt.
By Hill, Jane Ann, Ph.D.
University of Pennsylvania, 2010, 448 pages
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Investigating seasonality of death at Kellis 2 cemetery using solar alignment and isotopic analysis of mummified tissues.
By Williams, Lana J., Ph.D.
The University of Western Ontario (Canada), 2008, 288 pages
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Investigating ethnic and gender identities as expressed on wooden funerary stelae from the Libyan Period (c. 1069--715 B.C.E.) in Egypt.
By Saleh, Heidi, Ph.D.
University of California, Berkeley, 2006, 626 pages
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Investigating seasonality of death at Kellis 2 cemetery using solar alignment and isotopic analysis of mummified tissues.
By Williams, Lana J., Ph.D.
The University of Western Ontario (Canada), 2008, 288 pages
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The Lady and the looking glass: Margaret Murray's life in archaeology.
By Sheppard, Kathleen L., Ph.D.
The University of Oklahoma, 2010, 305 pages
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Land of experiment: the Ptolemies and the development of Hellenistic Cyprus, 312-58 BC.
By Keen, Paul Wallace, Ph.D.
The University of Chicago, 2012, 274 pages
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Late Predynastic Egyptian workloads: Musculoskeletal stress markers at Hierakonpolis.
By Zabecki, Melissa, Ph.D.
University of Arkansas, 2009, 324 pages
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Learning and cognition among Middle Palaeolithic stone toolmakers of Egyptian North Africa.
By Sumner, T. Alexandra, Ph.D.
University of Toronto (Canada), 2009, 506 pages
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Let sleeping Eros lie: Erotobucolic poetry in the ancient Mediterranean.
By Feldkamp, Lisa, Ph.D.
The University of Wisconsin - Madison, 2013, 247 pages
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Living and Dying Abroad: Aspects of Egyptian Cultural Identity in Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Age Canaan.
By Pierce, Krystal Victoria Lords, Ph.D.
University of California, Los Angeles, 2013, 629 pages
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Locality and community in Old Kingdom provincial tombs: The cemetery at Qubbet el Hawa.
By Vischak, Deborah A., Ph.D.
New York University, 2006, 670 pages
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Man-land relationships in the Wadi Tumilat of Egypt at Tell el-Maskhuta: A paleoethnobotanical perspective.
By Crawford, Patricia Louise, Ph.D.
Boston University, 1994, 355 pages
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Materia magica: The archaeology of magic in Roman Egypt, Cyprus, and Spain.
By Wilburn, Andrew T., Ph.D.
University of Michigan, 2005, 294 pages
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Materializing childhood: An historical archaeology of children in Roman Egypt.
By Johnson, Karen J., Ph.D.
University of Michigan, 2007, 189 pages
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A Middle Kingdom pottery assemblage from North Abydos.
By Yamamoto, Kei, Ph.D.
University of Toronto (Canada), 2009, 459 pages
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Modeling socioeconomic evolution and continuity in ancient Egypt: The value and limitations of zooarchaeological analyses.
By Yokell, Carol A., Ph.D.
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1997, 324 pages.
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Monument and microcosm: The 12th Dynasty tomb chapel of Khnumhotep II at Beni Hasan.
By Kamrin, Janice, Ph.D.
University of Pennsylvania, 1992, 310 pages.
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Motherhood in the mother of the world: Continuity and change of reproductive concepts and practices in Egypt from ancient to modern times.
By Hansen, Nicole Bernadette, Ph.D.
The University of Chicago, 2006, 356 pages
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Moyens Informatiques de restitution en archeologie monumentale: Cas du temple de Karnak.
By Semlali, Anis, Ph.D.
Universite de Montreal (Canada), 2009, 436 pages
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Mud sealings and Fourth Dynasty administration at Giza.
By Nolan, John S., Ph.D.
The University of Chicago, 2010, 461 pages
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Nature, Maat and myth in ancient Egyptian and Dogon cosmology.
By Martin, Denise, Ph.D.
Temple University, 2001, 204 pages.
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New Kingdom funerary figurines in context: An analysis of the cemeteries of Aniba, Gurob, and Soleb.
By Olson, Stacie Lynn, Ph.D.
University of Pennsylvania, 1996, 377 pages.
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On an Egyptian/Asiatic frontier: An archaeological history of the Wadi Tumilat. (Volumes I-IV).
By Redmount, Carol Ann, Ph.D.
The University of Chicago, 1989, 998 pages
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The Origin and early development of urbanism in ancient Egypt: A regional study.
By Patch, Diana Craig, Ph.D.
University of Pennsylvania, 1991, 611 pages.
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The Origin of civilization: The case of Egypt and Mesopotamia from several disciplines.
By Jones, David C., Ph.D.
Union Institute and University, 2007, 458 pages
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The Osiris Temple at Abydos: An archaeological investigation of the architecture and decorative elements of two temple phases.
By Marlar, Michelle, Ph.D.
New York University, 2009, 388 pages
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The Overseers of Double Granaries of Upper and Lower Egypt in the Egyptian New Kingdom, 1570-1085 B.C.
By Bohleke, Briant, Ph.D.
Yale University, 1991, 536 pages.
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Population dynamics in Predynastic Upper Egypt: Paleodemography of cemetery HK43 at Hierakonpolis.
By Batey, Ernest King, III, Ph.D.
University of Arkansas, 2012, 180 pages
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The Portrayal of women in the ancient Egyptian tale.
By Teysseire, Pascale Marie, Ph.D.
Yale University, 1998, 241 pages.
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Power and competition in the Upper Egyptian predynastic: A view from the predynastic settlement at el-Mahasna, Egypt.
By Anderson, David A., Ph.D.
University of Pittsburgh, 2006, 343 pages
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Predynastic beer production at Hierakonpolis, Upper Egypt: Archaeological evidence and hropological implications.
By Geller, Jeremy Roger, Ph.D.
Washington University, 1992, 240 pages
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Queenship, Cosmography, and Regeneration: The Decorative Programs and Architecture of Ramesside Royal Women's Tombs.
By McCarthy, Heather Lee, Ph.D.
New York University, 2011, 1098 pages
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Re's kingdom in the empire where the sun never set: The nineteenth century British Egyptologists and their thoughts concerning race, religion, and the role of women in ancient Egypt.
By Barto, William M., Ph.D.
Drew University, 1997, 246 pages.
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The Relationship between Egypt and Palestine during the time of David and Solomon: A reexamination of the evidence.
By Ash, Paul Stephen, Ph.D.
Emory University, 1998, 198 pages.
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The Relationship of pottery and economy in Old Kingdom Egypt: A question of state control.
By Warden, Leslie Anne, Ph.D.
University of Pennsylvania, 2010, 667 page
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Representations votives pour la "Dame de Vie" Analyse iconographique des bols de faience du Nouvel Empire egyptien.
By Richard, Abigaelle, Ph.D.
Universite de Montreal (Canada), 2011, 612 pages
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The Requirements of ritual purity in ancient Egypt.
By Gee, John Laurence, Ph.D.
Yale University, 1998, 377 pages.
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Royal ancestor worship in Deir el-Medina during the New Kingdom.
By El Shazly, Yasmin Mohamed, Ph.D.
The Johns Hopkins University, 2009, 528 pages
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The Saite Pyramid Texts copies in the Memphite and Heliopolitan shaft-tombs: A study of their selection and layout.
By Hussein, Ramadan B., Ph.D.
Brown University, 2009, 216 pages
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Signs of creation: Sex, gender, categories, religion and the body in ancient Egypt.
By Williams, Malayna Evans, Ph.D.
The University of Chicago, 2011, 344 pages
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Smitten by Narmer: Ethnicity, economy and trade in the 4th millennium BCE Egyptian presence in the southern Levant.
By Kansa, Eric Christopher, Ph.D.
Harvard University, 2001, 381 pages
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Social complexity in ancient Egypt: Functional differentiation as reflected in the distribution of apparently standardized ceramics.
By Sterling, Sarah L., Ph.D.
University of Washington, 2004, 372 pages.
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The Spatial structure of Kom el-Hisn: An Old Kingdom town in the western Nile Delta, Egypt.
By Cagle, Anthony John, Ph.D.
University of Washington, 2001, 417 pages
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A Structural study of Bronze Age systems of weight.
By Castle, Edward William, Ph.D.
The University of Chicago, 2000, 410 pages
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Structure and content of Old Kingdom archeological deposits in the western Nile Delta, Egypt: A geoarcheological example from Kom el-Hisn.
By Buck, Paul E., Ph.D.
University of Washington, 1990, 366 pages
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Temple dancing in ancient Egypt.
By Cummings, Janice M., Ed.D.
New York University, 2000, 124 pages.
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Temporal trends in human stature in Egypt during the predynastic and dynastic periods and contemporary Southern Levant.
By Khwaileh, Ali Mahmoud, Ph.D.
University of Arkansas, 2009, 162 pages
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Theban Tomb No.188 (the tomb of Parennefer): A case study of tomb reuse in the Theban necropolis.
By Redford, Asunta F., Ph.D.
The Pennsylvania State University, 2006, 495 pages
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Tombs for the living: Monastic reuse of monumental funerary architecture in late antique Egypt.
By O'Connell, Elisabeth R., Ph.D.
University of California, Berkeley, 2007, 467 pages
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The Transmission of the pyramid texts into the Middle Kingdom: Philological aspects of a continuous tradition in Egyptian mortuary literature.
By Morales, Antonio J., Ph.D.
University of Pennsylvania, 2013, 1141 pages
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Traveling the desert edge: The Ptolemaic roadways and regional economy of Egypt's Eastern Desert in the fourth through first centuries BCE.
By Gates, Jennifer Erin, Ph.D.
University of Michigan, 2005, 393 pages
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Turmoil and power: A thematic and chronological study of dynastic transition in Late Period Egypt.
By Krebsbach, Jared, Ph.D.
The University of Memphis, 2012, 270 pages
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Tuthmosis I.
By Baligh, Randa Omar Kazem, Ph.D.
Yale University, 1997, 588 pages
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The value of private funerary art in Ramesside period Egypt.
By Cooney, Kathlyn Mary, Ph.D.
The Johns Hopkins University, 2003, 581 pages.
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Violence in the service of order: The religious framework for sanctioned killing in ancient Egypt.
By Muhlestein, Kerry Miles, Ph.D.
University of California, Los Angeles, 2003, 418 pages.
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Wall Painting in the Aegean Bronze Age: The Procession Frescoes.
By Peterson, Suzanne Elaine, Ph.D.
University of Minnesota, 1981, 369 pages
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Water, milk, beer and wine for the living and the dead: Egyptian and Syro-Palestinian Bes-vessels from the New Kingdom through the Graeco-Roman period.
By Kaiser, Kevin Robert, Ph.D.
University of California, Berkeley, 2003, 558 pages
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War in ancient Egypt.
By Wells, John Wesley, Ph.D.
The Johns Hopkins University, 1996, 415 pages.
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"We have come to serve Pharaoh": A study of the Medjay and Pangrave as an ethnic group and as mercenaries from c. 2300 BCE until c. 1050 BCE.
By Liszka, Kate, Ph.D.
University of Pennsylvania, 2012, 690 pages
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The Weight of the evidence and the evidence of the weights: An examination of the interrelations of economies in the Iron Age Levant.
By Levine, Ely, Ph.D.
Harvard University, 2008, 432 pages
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Who is this that rises like the Nile? A comparative study of the River Nile in ancient Egypt and the Hebrew Bible.
By Huddlestun, John Robert, Ph.D.
University of Michigan, 1996, 319 pages.
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The Worship of Syro-Canaanite deities in Egypt: Iconographic, epigraphic, and historical analyses of the New Kingdom evidence.
By Griffin, Robert Calvin, Ph.D.
Memphis State University, 2009, 520 pages
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Women's access to political power in Ancient Egypt and Igboland: A critical study.
By Alameen, Antwanisha V., Ph.D.
Temple University, 2013, 265 pages
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