Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt

Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt

Margaret Bunson


THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF historical EGYPT is the 1st single-volume reference advisor to the extraordinary tradition that flourished at the banks of the Nile from the predynastic interval, 3200 B.C., to the autumn of the recent nation in 1070 B.C.
Illustrated with greater than a hundred seventy five line drawings, maps, and time charts, over 1,500 entries span all of the gods, rulers, towns, and topics vital in historic Egypt, including:
-Art and Architecture
-Pyramids
-The Sphinx
-The Military
In addition, a number of broad essays on such key themes as astronomy, mortuary rituals, agriculture, additional remove darkness from this attention-grabbing interval of civilization.

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