Treasures of the Pharaohs: The Glories of Ancient Egypt

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Duncan Baird, 2004 - Egypt - 224 pages
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Known to the Egyptians as The Sceptre, Thebes was Egypt's most magnificent and sacred city for a thousand years. This book presents, in stunning photographs, a vivid picture of this great city and its treasures-from its origins as a strategic provincial town to its pinnacle in the New Kingdom as the seat of Egypt's empire.

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As Egyptologist Joann Fletcher explains in the foreword, this glossy, folio-sized book is actually about the ancient city of Thebes, now known as Luxor. Drawing on recent findings, Pemberton ... Read full review

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Really enjoyable--the text is basically a brief history of ancient Egypt, and the photographs are excellent. I have really got to visit all this stuff some day! Read full review


FOREWORD by Joann Fletcher
The Paleolithic Period
The 12th Dynasty

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