Hatshepsut: Daughter of Amun

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Bladud Books, Apr 1, 2004 - Fiction - 248 pages
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Ancient Egypt 3500 years ago - a land ruled by the all-powerful female king, Hatshepsut. Ambitious, ruthless and worldly: a woman who established Amun as the chief god of Egypt, bestowing his Priesthood with unprecedented riches and power. This is a story of vision and obsession, of mighty projects and heartbreaking failures - the story of a woman possessed by the desire for power and the need to love.
 

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Contents

First reading page
1
Introduction
3
Chapter 1
6
Chapter 2
11
Chapter 3
26
Chapter 4
31
Chapter 5
35
Chapter 6
43
Chapter 13
156
Chapter 14
165
Chapter 15
178
Chapter 16
188
Chapter 17
197
Chapter 18
210
Chapter 19
224
Chronology
232

Chapter 7
61
Chapter 8
85
Chapter 9
101
Chapter 10
115
Chapter 11
122
Chapter 12
135
Place Names
236
Gods and Goddesses
237
Notes
241
About Moyra Caldecott
243
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Moyra Caldecott was born in Pretoria, South Africa in 1927, and moved to London in 1951. She married Oliver Caldecott and raised three children. She has degrees in English and Philosophy and an M.A. in English Literature.

Moyra Caldecott has earned a reputation as a novelist who writes as vividly about the adventures and experiences to be encountered in the inner realms of the human consciousness as she does about those in the outer physical world. To Moyra, reality is multidimensional.

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