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Warrior Pharaoh

Author : Richard Gabriel
ISBN : 9780595173402
Genre : Fiction
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Warrior Pharaoh is a work of historical fiction that tells the story of the life and deeds of Pharaoh Thutmose II (1480–1426 B.C.) of Egypt, one of the greatest political and military leaders of the ancient world. Written by one of America’s premier military historians, the attention to historical detail is exceeded only by the story’s fast pace and riveting adventure as the author tells the tale of Thutmose’s early life, rise to power, defeat of his enemies, and rule over Egypt in the 15 century B.C. The portrayal of life, love and war in ancient Egypt offers a historical tale of human adventure from which the reader will learn much about how best, from the personal perspectives of those who lived and made it.
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Thutmose Iii

Author : Eric H. Cline
ISBN : 0472114670
Genre : History
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Thutmose III was without question one of Egypt's greatest pharaohs. His 54-year reign was packed with momentous events as well as being unusually long. Thutmose III includes an overview of his life, and detailed examinations of civil administration, the religion and cults, the monumental architecture and royal building program, royal tombs and iconography, royal portraiture and ideology, the artistic production, the Northern and Southern campaigns, as well as the Aegean and other foreign visitors to Egypt during Thutmose's time. Finally, the book concludes with a look at the end of his reign and the accession of Amenhotep II. This extensive treatment of a pivotal figure in the ancient Mediterranean world during the Late Bronze Age will provide a uniquely comprehensive view of one of Egypt's greatest pharaohs and will be of interest to a wide audience, including specialists in Egypt and the Near East, graduate and undergraduate students, and those with a general interest in Egypt. Eric H. Cline is Associate Professor of Ancient History and Archaeology in the Department of Classical and Semitic Languages and Literatures at George Washington University. David O'Connor is Lila Acheson Wallace Professor of Ancient Egyptian Art and Archaeology at the New York University Institute of Fine Arts.
Category: History

Pharaoh Thutmose Iii

Author : Marisa Calvi
ISBN : 098035062X
Genre : Reincarnation
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"Let me extend to you an invitation. It is not the most normal of invitations, as it doesn't require you to attend a party or function. It is an invitation to travel with me across time, across civilizations, across religions and across philosophies. I invite you to turn off your simple human limitations of time and place. I invite you to open your senses. With this opening I will share with you depths of sensation, perception and experience you haven't even imagined....." This is how Ascended Master Kuthumi Lal Singh invites you to join him in experiencing his time within the human realm. In this first book join Kuthumi to walk through his time as Pharaoh Thutmose III, one of the greatest rulers of ancient Egypt.
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Thutmose Iii

Author : Richard A. Gabriel
ISBN : 9781597976336
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Egypt's most brilliant commander.
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Thutmose Iii

Author : Frederic P. Miller
ISBN : 6130028938
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Immortal Pharoah

Author : Erik Hornung
ISBN : OCLC:156685584
Genre : Art, Ancient
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Hatshepsut

Author : Catharine H. Roehrig
ISBN : 9781588391735
Genre : Art, Egyptian
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A fascinating look at the artistically productive reign of Hatshepsut, a female pharaoh in ancient Egypt
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The Wars In Syria And Palestine Of Thutmose Iii

Author : Donald B. Redford
ISBN : 9004129898
Genre : History
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A comprehensive, illuminating and accessible assessment of Egypt's policy in Syria and Palestine (15th century B.C.).
Category: History

Two Sons From Egypt

Author : Ruth Czerniak
ISBN : 1647531993
Genre : Fiction
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TWO SONS FROM EGYPT brings to life the story of Pharaoh ThutmoseII, Egypt's greatest conqueror, and the Hebrew leader, Moses. Hatshepsut, Egypt's first female Pharaoh, secretly adopted Moses as an infant, but when a stepson was born to her rival her plans were threatened. Later Hatshepsut sends Thutmose on risky military campaigns where he triumphed as a warrior, filling Egypt's coffers. The priesthood suspect Moses is an imposter and manipulate Thutmose's coronation as Hatshepsut's successor instead of Moses. Pharaoh Thutmose sends Moses to the Delta to oversee a building project using Hebrew slaves where he meets his birth family and discovers his true identity. Thutmose goads him into defending the slaves from cruelty, whereupon Moses kills an Egyptian Overseer. Fleeing to the desert, Moses meets and marries a Midianite shepherdess, content to live as a Bedouin until God challenges him on a mountain to return to Egypt, changing the course of nations.
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Hatshepsut

Author : Susanna Thomas
ISBN : 0823935949
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Examines the life and times of the first woman pharaoh of ancient Egypt.
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Hatshepsut

Author : Pamela Dell
ISBN : 9780756538354
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Examines the life and times of the first woman pharaoh of ancient Egypt.
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Lion Of The Sun

Author : Richard Gabriel
ISBN : 0595660479
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Lion Of The Sun continues the saga of Thutmose III (1480-1426 B.C.E.) of Egypt as told by his oldest friend and scribe, Thaneni, in the chronicle entitled Warrior Pharaoh (iUniverse, 2001). Having been denied his rightful claim to the throne by his aunt, Hatshepsut, Thutmose gained his place as king of Egypt by a military coup. Now as Pharaoh, Thutmose must deal with the threats that confront Egypt. Lion Of The Sun is Thaneni's tale of Thutmose's life as warrior king, the Great Lion of Egypt, whom history has remembered as the greatest warrior pharaoh of all time.
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Ancient Egypt The Egypt Of Thutmose Iii

Author : T. D. Van Basten
ISBN : 153036499X
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The Napoleon of ancient Egypt Thutmose III was one of the most known and respected of all of Egypt's pharaohs, regardless of dynasty or time period. He ruled during the New Kingdom, which is often seen as the "star-studded" dynasty in ancient Egyptian history because that's the dynasty where many of the "big names" come from. He had the benefit of a lengthy co-rule that allowed him to develop and hone his military skills which would serve him incredibly well during his time in power. His early life and rule were rather unusual, and he was a powerful person, even when he was just a mere infant. He was the son of Thutmose II and one of his lesser wives of common heritage. Thutmose II was married to the incredibly powerful Queen Hatshepsut, but the two were unable to produce a male heir which meant they had to look to Thutmose II's harem for a suitable successor. Thutmose III was the chosen successor. Due to his tender age, he would (he was just an infant when his father died) need a co-regent, or a qualified person who could rule in his place until he came of age. Since his birth mother had a humble background, it was determined that his aunt and stepmother, Hatshepsut, be his co-regent. This arrangement worked rather well and proceeded in the traditional manner for the first seven years...
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The Land Of The Pharaohs

Author : Leonard Cottrell
ISBN : 9781936529834
Genre : History
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More than 3,000 years ago, a young man of seventeen named Tutankhamen became pharaoh of Egypt. His reign came toward the end of a vital period in Egypt's history when Thebes was the wealthiest and most splendid city in the world. Great temples soared into the sky, and in the temple workshops, hundreds of craftsmen labored to turn the riches of Egypt into magnificent garments, furniture and houses, ornaments, and weapons for all their heavenly gods and for their earthly god, the pharaoh. In 1922, Howard Carter, after twenty years of searching, unearthed Tutankhamen's tomb. In it were the glorious artifacts that had been made for him and that he would need in the afterlife. In this book, award-winning historian Leonard Cottrell vividly recreates Carter's discovery of the treasures that have yielded invaluable knowledge about the lives of the pharaohs as well as ordinary Egyptians.
Category: History

A History Of The Pharaohs

Author : Arthur E. P. Brome Weigall
ISBN : 9781108082914
Genre : Social Science
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A two-volume 1925 history of ancient Egypt, offering a chronological narrative from the earliest dynasty to the mid-eighteenth.
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Weekly World News

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Rooted in the creative success of over 30 years of supermarket tabloid publishing, the Weekly World News has been the world's only reliable news source since 1979. The online hub www.weeklyworldnews.com is a leading entertainment news site.
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Queens Of Egypt

Author : Leonard Cottrell
ISBN : 9781640193550
Genre : History
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Of all the great ancient civilizations, Egypt has provided the world the most alluring portraits of women. Here, from author Leonard Cottrell, are the fascinating stories of those women - from the legendary beauty, Nefertiti, and Nefertari, the favorite wife of the great Ramesses II; to Tiye, wife of the uxorious, luxury-loving Amenophis III, and the formidable Hatsepshut, the only queen of Egypt to rule as a divine pharaoh in her own right.
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Moses In Ancient Egypt The Hidden Story Of The Bible

Author : Richard Darlow
ISBN : 9781430300533
Genre : Religion
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A non-fictional account explaining why the author believes Moses was a prince of Thebes called Ramose. Born c.1500 BC, Prince Ramose was heir to Pharaoh Thutmose III, being his ""Great Army Commander"" - both roles ascribed to Moses by Hebrew tradition. Moreover, Ramose & Moses both led victorious military campaigns against Ethiopia (Cush), then married the king's daughter, becoming Egypt's Viceroy there. A short time later, Prince Ramose was mysteriously struck out of Egyptian records, while the Bible hints Moses was cast into exile. Exploring some of the more esoteric aspects of the prophet's life, this book finds threads firmly connecting him to Egypt's 18th Dynasty 3500 years ago... The book uncovers the Hermetic star knowledge (Astrology) which Moses gleaned from the White Brotherhood, a secretive Egyptian mystery school who met in the halls of Karnak. This knowledge was cryptically infused into the early Biblical scriptures, revealing the Israelite ancestors were once devoted Astrologers.
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Hatshepsut

Author : in60Learning
ISBN : 1977094511
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Smarter in sixty minutes. Get smarter in just 60 minutes with in60Learning. Concise and elegantly written non-fiction books and audiobooks help you learn the core subject matter in 20% of the time that it takes to read a typical book. Life is short, so explore a multitude of fascinating historical, biographical, scientific, political, and financial topics in only an hour each. When Pharaoh Thutmose II died, he left an heir far too young to rule Egypt. His widow Hatshepsut stepped up to take his place. For at least the next 20 years, Hatshepsut ruled as Pharaoh King of Egypt in an era of prosperous growth and peace. When she died, her nephew Thutmose III attempted to smear her good name and wipe her memory from history. However, despite his efforts, his aunt Hatshepsut holds the title of most famous native Egyptian woman to ever rule as pharaoh; she also retains a legacy as one of the most successful female leaders in early history.
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The Bible S Cover Stories Revealed

Author : Arthur Jones
ISBN : 9780615160740
Genre : History
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A concise, illustrated historical treatise, which solves the puzzle of Egypt's Eighteenth Dynasty and resolves the riddle of Judeo-Christian religion by revealing three cover-stories in the Bible's Books of Genesis and Exodus.
Category: History