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New Kingdom art in ancient Egypt during the eighteenth dynasty, 1570 to 1320 B.C.

Cyril Aldred

New Kingdom art in ancient Egypt during the eighteenth dynasty, 1570 to 1320 B.C.

by Cyril Aldred

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Published by Alec Tiranti in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Cyril Aldred.
The Physical Object
Pagination93p., ca 120p. of plates :
Number of Pages120
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22640107M
ISBN 100854583602

In B.C., a young Egyptian king died. His name was – “the living image of Amun”. Tutankhamun is the best-known pharaoh of ancient Egypt. He was probably the son of Akhenaten, the heretic king of the eighteenth dynasty. His mother was probably Queen Kiya, .   an ethnically mixed group of people who invaded the eastern Nile Delta, initiating the Second Intermediate Period of ancient Egypt. They rose to power in the 17th century BC, and ruled Lower and Middle Egypt for over years, forming the Fifteenth and possibly the vassal Sixteenth Dynasties of Egypt, (c. – BC).

Finally, the book concludes with a look at the end of his reign and the accession of Amenhotep 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. Middle Kingdom Art in Egypt B.C. Aldred, Cyril London: Alec Tiranti, (reprinted ed.) [56 p + 83 plates, illus., hardcover] $ New Kingdom Art in Egypt during the Eighteenth Dynasty B.C. Aldred, Cyril London: Alec Tiranti, (2nd & revised ed.) [93 p + plates, illus., hardcover] $

New Kingdom Art in Ancient Egypt: During the Eighteenth Dynasty to B.C. 2nd ed. London: Tiranti. Allen, T. G. Egyptian Stelae in Field Museum of Natural History. Pharaohs—Biography. 4. Egypt—History—Eighteenth dynasty, ca. – B.C. 5. Egypt—Kings and rulers—Biography. I. Title. DTC66 —dc23 New Kingdom – BCE Eighteenth Dynasty – BCE Ahmose I (Nebpehtyre) as is the case with any historical study of the ancient world. Thi s book is a kind 4/5(32).


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Karnak and contiguous temples Fig. Karnak Temple before and after Thutmose III Fig. Genealogy of the Eighteenth Dynasty Fig. The Procession of the boat-shaped palanquin of Amun-Re during the corule of Hatshepsut and Thutmose III Fig.

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