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The Tomb of Amenemhab # 44 at Qurnah
The tomb-chapel of a priest carrying the shrine of Amun
Hassan El-Saady
ISBN 0856686794
© 1996 Aris and Phillips
Categories :  Monuments, Temples & Tombs  

Temple Festival Calendars of Ancient Egypt
Sherif El-Sabban
ISBN 0853236232
© 2000 Liverpool University Press
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Categories :  Astronomy & Mathematics  
From Amazon.com: In this work, an attempt is made to gather together all the known examples of Ancient Egyptian temple calendars, to reconstruct them whenever practicable and to give the history of this kind of document. The book covers periods from the Archaic all the way to the Greco-Roman. The plates include photographs of the Ramesses II Abydos calendar never previously published.

La déesse Neith de Saïs
I. Importance et rayonnement de son culte - II. Documentation
Ramadan El-Sayed
ISBN Unavailable
© 1982 Institut francais d’archéologie orientale (IFAO)
Categories :  Gods & Goddesses  

book coverCatalogue General of Egyptian Antiquities in the Cairo Museum
Statues of the XXVth and XXVIth dynasties
Jack A. Josephson & Mamdouh Mohamed Eldamaty
ISBN 9773051943
© 1999 Supreme Council of Antiquities Press
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Categories :  Museum Catalogs   Historical Periods  
Reviewed by Francesca: From the introduction to the last page, this catalog is the witness of this period, qualified as ’purely Egyptian in style.’ The last paragraph of the introduction says a great deal about this most interesting catalog; the author suggests that scholars should show more interest in this particular period. When reading through this catalog, the reader will wish indeed that scholars show this interest. Through the well-documented pages appears a rich era. All inscriptions are well explained and all statues described with much detail. Wonderful photographs complete this recommended book.

Great Tombs of the First Dynasty I
Walter B. Emery
ISBN Unavailable
© 1949 Egypt Exploration Society
Categories :  Monuments, Temples & Tombs  

Great Tombs of the First Dynasty II
Walter B. Emery
ISBN Unavailable
© 1954 Government Press
Categories :  Monuments, Temples & Tombs  

Great Tombs of the First Dynasty III
Walter B. Emery
ISBN Unavailable
© 1958 Egypt Exploration Society
Categories :  Monuments, Temples & Tombs  

Excavations at Saqqara: The Tomb of Hemaka
Walter B. Emery
ISBN Unavailable
© 1938 Government Press
Categories :  Monuments, Temples & Tombs   Archaeological Sites & Cities  

Archaic Egypt
Walter B. Emery
ISBN 0140204628
© 1972 Penguin Books
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Categories :  Civilization  
From Amazon.com: Archaeological excavations at Sakkara, the necropolis of ancient Memphis, have uncovered important evidence about Egyptian civilization in the first two dynasties 3200-2780 BC. This book provides a survey of what we know, through these discoveries, of the cultural achievements of the great people who lived on the banks of the Nile nearly 5000 years ago.

Excavations at Saqqara, 1937-1938: Hor-Aha
Walter B. Emery
ISBN Unavailable
© 1939 Government Press
Categories :  Archaeological Sites & Cities  

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