A History of Ancient Egypt (Blackwell History of the Ancient - download pdf or read online

By Marc Van De Mieroop

ISBN-10: 1405160705

ISBN-13: 9781405160704

ISBN-10: 1405160713

ISBN-13: 9781405160711

Outlining the foremost political and cultural occasions, A heritage of historical Egypt is an authoritative and obtainable advent to this attention-grabbing old tradition.

  • An available chronological narrative that attracts on various ancient sources
  • Offers an updated survey of old Egypt’s heritage from its origins to its domination by means of the Roman Empire
  • Considers social and monetary existence and the wealthy tradition of historic Egypt
  • Places Egypt’s historical past inside of its neighborhood context, detailing interactions with Asia and Africa
  • Engages scholars with quite a few views on a number of severe concerns with the major Debate part incorporated in each one chapter
  • Makes the newest discoveries and scholarship obtainable to a large audience

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