Warfare in Ancient Egypt

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Sutton, 2004 - Arms and armour - 212 pages
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From early predynastic culture to the totalitarian supremacy of the New Kingdom, Warfare in Ancient Egypt takes us on a journey which covers 3,000 years of continuous development of arms and armour. This richly illustrated book provides a unique and concise overview of all aspects of Egyptian warfare and offers many new insights into the world of pharaohs, chariots, archers and warriors.

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Bridget McDermott is at work on her doctoral thesis on the ancient Egyptian military and is a media consultant on Egyptian archaeology. She lives in England.

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