The Egyptians (Paperback)
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Short Description for The Egyptians The overwhelming importance of the Nile and the pharaoh provide the unifying thread running though this text. Completely revised, it includes investigations of many significant recent finds at: Abydos; the Delta; the Valley of the Kings; the pyramids of Abusir, Giza and Saqqara; and at Avaris.
- Published: 01 September 1998
- Format: Paperback 224 pages
- ISBN 13: 9780500280362 ISBN 10: 0500280363
- Sales rank: 724,178
Full description for The Egyptians
The twin themes - the overwhelming importance of the Nile and the pharaoh - provide the unifying thread running through Cyril Aldred's classic text. Aidan Dodson has completely revised the book whilst carefully preserving its succinct and lucid qualities. Many significant recent finds are investigated: at Abydos in the Delta, in the Valley of the Kings; at the pyramids of Abusir, Giza and Saqqara; and at Avaris. Much fresh thinking on the first unification of Egypt, her early kings, and the third intermediate period is included. The dating has been revised throughout to accord with the most up-to- date scholarship, and many new photographs have been incorporated. The bibliography has been revised and expanded, and a complete chronology and list of kings is included for the first time.