Barnes & Noble, 2006 - Egypt - 608 pages
The deciphering of Egypt's hieroglyphic writing provided the key to a forgotten world - the great civilization of Ancient Egypt, with its pyramids of Giza, the treasures of Tutankhamun, and the temple city of Karnak.
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Akhenaten Amenophis Amenophis III Amun Amun-Re ancient Egyptian Apis bulls architecture Aten Auguste Mariette barque blocks building built burial chamber Cairo cemetery century a.d. chapel Cheops Chephren coffins colossal columns complex Coptic courtyard crown cult chamber decorated Deir el-Bahri depictions divine Djoser Egyptian Museum Eighteenth Dynasty entrance excavations Faiyum Fifth Dynasty figure Fourth Dynasty funerary Giza goddess gold Hathor Hatshepsut hieroglyphic Horus inscriptions Islamic Karnak king limestone Lower Egypt mastaba Memphis Mentuhotep Middle Kingdom monuments mortuary temple Mosque mummy necropolis niche Nile Nineteenth Dynasty obelisks official Old Kingdom Osiris painted Palace papyrus period pharaoh pillars Piramesse priests Ptah Ptolemy pylon Queen Ramesses Ramesside red granite reign reliefs Roman royal ruler Saqqara scarab scenes Senusret shows shrine side Sphinx stands statue stela stone Tanis Thebes throne Thutmosis Thutmosis III tion tomb Tutankhamun Twelfth Dynasty Upper uraeus valley temple vizier wall wearing Western Thebes