Egyptian archaeology / Egyptology

    Development of Religion and Thought in Ancient Egypt

    By James Henry Breasted

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    In this 1912 work, James Breasted discusses the significance of the 'Pyramid Texts' to the understanding of Egyptian religious thought. He is particularly interested in the development of a moral sense in the context of the traditional pantheon, and in the influence of the developing Egyptian empire on its religion.

    Sir John Soane's Greatest Treasure

    By John H. Taylor

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    The first ever book about Sir John Soane's greatest treasure - one of the most important Egyptian antiquities anywhere in the world - the unique sarcophagus of the Pharoah Seti I


    By Miroslav Verner

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    A comprehensive account of half a century's excavation and investigation at one of Egypt's most enigmatic pyramid sites

    Current Research in Egyptology 17 2016

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    Collection of papers presented at the 2016 Current Research in Egyptology conference.

    Egypt: Lost Civilizations

    By Christina Riggs

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    Christina Riggs introduces the history, art, and religion of ancient Egypt - as well as the influence they have had through the centuries.

    Origins of the Sphinx

    By Robert M. Schoch

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    New research and evidence that the Sphinx is thousands of years older than previously thought


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    Curse of the Pharaohs' Tombs'

    By Paul Harrison

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    Definitive book on Ancient Egyptian tomb curses, providing new information and data never before published.

    The Complete Temples of Ancient Egypt

    By Richard H. Wilkinson

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    The temples of ancient Egypt include the largest and some of the most impressive religious monuments the world has ever known. The author traces their development from the earliest times, looking at every aspect of their construction, decoration, symbolism and function.

    Foreigners in Ancient Egypt

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