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New Kingdom Ostraca From The Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge

Author : Fredrik Hagen
ISBN : 9789004182950
Genre : History
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This book makes the hieratic ostraca from the Fitzwilliam Museum available for the first time. Most of these come from the village of Deir el-Medina near Thebes, and they include new literary texts, administrative notes, religious hymns, and copies of tomb inscriptions.
Category: History

Artifacts From Ancient Egypt

Author : Barbara Mendoza Ph.D.
ISBN : 9781440844010
Genre : History
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Primary source documents and detailed entries reveal what ancient Egypt was like, using the objects and artifacts of daily life from the period covering the Predynastic era through the Græco-Roman period (5000 BCE to 300 CE). • Features anecdotal information about daily life that helps to engage readers and illuminate the historical context • Contains a section denoting significance of an object to key contextual themes • Provides a listing of additional resources with important print and electronic resources • Includes a chronology of events to better place the object or artifact within a historical timeframe
Category: History

Non Scribal Communication Media In The Bronze Age Aegean And Surrounding Areas

Author : Anna Margherita Jasink
ISBN : 9788864536361
Genre : Religion
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This volume is intended to be the first in a series that will focus on the origin of script and the boundaries of non-scribal communication media in proto-literate and literate societies of the ancient Aegean. Over the last 30 years, the domain of scribes and bureaucrats has become much better known. Our goal now is to reach below the élite and scribal levels to interface with non-scribal operations conducted by people of the ‘middling’ sort. Who made these marks and to what purpose? Did they serve private or (semi-) official roles in Bronze Age Aegean society? The comparative study of such practices in the contemporary East (Cyprus, Anatolia, the Levant, and Egypt) can shed light on sub-elite activities in the Aegean and also provide evidence for cultural and economic exchange networks.
Category: Religion

The Pyramid Builders Of Ancient Egypt

Author : Dr A Rosalie David
ISBN : 9781134743230
Genre : Social Science
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In Rosalie David's hands, the Egyptian builders of the pyramids are revealed as simple people, leading ordinary lives while they are engaged on building the great tomb for a Pharoah. This is an engrossing detective story, bringing to the general reader a fascinating picture of a special community that lived in Egypt and built one of the pyramids, some four thousand years ago.
Category: Social Science

Egyptian Painting And Relief

Author : Gay Robins
ISBN : 0852637896
Genre : Art
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The artists of Ancient Egypt reached a level of sophistication and technical mastery unsurpassed by other early peoples. They perfected a style which was less naturalistic than that later employed by the Greeks and Romans but which is particularly fascinating to the modern eye because of its combination of realistic and symbolic elements. This book aims to help the reader to such an understanding, concentrating particularly on points that may puzzle the modern western viewer. The principles of representation underlying Egyptian art, which differ fundamentally from western conventions rooted in perspective, are elucidated and the materials and methods used by the artists described. Of great importance was the technique of drawing a squared grid over the surface to be decorated, and the use of this grid system as an aid for obtaining correct proportions is explained, together with its influence on the composition of whole scenes. A chapter is devoted to the fascinating and highly individual work produced during the reign of the heretic king Akhenaten.
Category: Art

Egypt

Author : Jaromír Málek
ISBN : UOM:39015056911020
Genre : Architecture
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From its first beginnings over 7,000 years ago, the land that is now Egypt nurtured an extraordinary pioneering civilization - one of the oldest, most powerful, long-lasting and technically accomplished cultures the world has ever known. Over the millennia its achievements have never lost their power to amaze and delight - and justly so, for Egyptian architects and artists produces some of the greatest masterpieces of world art. This book presents a carefully chosen chronological selection of the finest works of art produced over a period ranging from c.4000 BC, when sophisticated works of art were already being made, to c.200 AD, when Egypt was a province of the Roman Empire. The works illustrated in Egypt: 4000 Years of Art are presented in strict chronological order, they also form a succinct history of the subject that will be a valuable resource for students and teachers.
Category: Architecture

The Egyptians

Author : John Ruffle
ISBN : UOM:39015020749449
Genre : History
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Nearly two hundred illustrations, including thirty-two color plates, supplement a geographical survey of Egypt, a history of Egyptology, a reconstruction of the daily life of the ancient Egyptians, and an overview of achievements in the arts, the sciences
Category: History

East And West

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105017122792
Genre : Asia
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Category: Asia