The Bibliography of Ancient Egypt

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Studies in Honor of John Albert Wilson
ISBN Unavailable
© 1969 University of Chicago Press
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Akoris. Report of the Excavations at Akoris in Middle Egypt, 1981-1992
Paleological Association of Japan
ISBN 4771007551
© 1995 Koyo Shobo
Categories :  Archaeological Sites & Cities  

book coverEgyptian Towns and Cities
Eric Uphill
ISBN 0852639392
© 2001 Shire Publications
Categories :  Civilization   Archaeological Sites & Cities  
Reviewed by Francesca: Main kinds of settlement and town planning are explained in details. The author discusses the evolution of villages into important cities; he also writes about the various types of housing, including royal residences and mansions. Frontier and military towns, workmen's villages and nome capitals are discussed and developed with much archaeological evidence. An informative book, illustrated with numerous maps; recommended for the interested reader or student.

Who was Who in Egyptology
Eric Uphill, Morris Bierbrier & Warren Dawson
ISBN 0856980315
© 1995 Egypt Exploration Society
Categories :  Reference  
From AEB: The new (third) edition of this book provides concise and updated summaries of the lives and achievements of the leading names of Egyptian archaeology, with many new entries since the last edition.

Pharaoh's Gateway to Eternity
The Hawara Labyrinth of King Amenemhat III
Eric Uphill
ISBN 071030627X
© 1999 Taylor and Francis
Categories :  Monuments, Temples & Tombs  
From the publisher's website: Father of history, father of lies : These descriptions show the conflicting viewpoints expressed by later scholars regarding the wonders Herodotus described in his travels. Among the buildings, the Egyptian Labyrinth was at the top of his list, and this has given rise to much speculation about its form, size, and purpose over the last two centuries. Pharaoh's Gateway to Eternity searches for the answers to these problems, using a new approach in examining the basic textual and archaeological evidence available today. The result identifies the Labyrinth with the pyramid complex of the Twelfth Dynasty king Amenemhat III more firmly, and to reject the use of any architectural evidence other than that belonging to 1800 B.C. in the reconstruction of the temples and tombs of this great complex of buildings. The author uses unpublished material from Petrie's notebooks and letters forming an account of his excavations, as well as contemporary Middle Kingdom texts and architectural parallels.

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