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The Sea Peoples and Egypt
Alessandra Nibbi
ISBN 0815550413
© 1975 Noyes Press
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The Sea Peoples
Warriors of the ancient Mediterranean 1250-1150 BC
Nancy K. Sandars
ISBN 050002085X
© 1985 Thames & Hudson
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The Sea Peoples
A re-examination of the Egyptian sources
Alessandra Nibbi
ISBN Unavailable
© 1972 Church Army Press and Supplies
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The Kingdom of Kush
Laszlo Török
ISBN 9004104488
© 1997 Brill Academic Publishers
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The Kingdom of Kush
The Napatan and Meroitic empires
Derek A. Welsby
ISBN 1558761829
© 1999 Markus Wiener Publications
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book coverThe Keys to Egypt
Lesley Adkins
ISBN 0060194391
© 2000 HarperCollins
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The Birth of an Ancient African Kingdom
Kush and her myth of the state in the first millennium BC
Laszlo Török
ISBN 2950476430
© 1995 Institut de Papyrologie de d’Égyptologie de Lille III
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book coverThe Ancient Near East c. 3000-330 B.C. (2 volumes)
Amélie Kuhrt
ISBN 0415167620
© 1995 Routledge
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book coverSinai
The site and the history
Morsi Saad el-Din
ISBN 0814722032
© 1998 New York University Press
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Reviewed by Francesca: The six essays contained in the book are each written by different scholars. The writers highlight in turn the wonderous history of their particular subject area. Morsi Saad el-Din discusses the splendor, the beauty of Sinai; Gamal Mokhtar, its history; Fouad Iskandar, the topography of the land and its environmental conditions; Gawdat Gabra, its religion and heritage; Samir Sobhi, the desert; and Ayman Taher, the underwater world. Beautiful photographs by Ayman Taher and Luciano Romano accompany each essay. This great coffee-table book brings to light a little-known part of Egypt: the Sinai.
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R. Herzog
ISBN Unavailable
© 1968 Glü ckstadt
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