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Pocket Museum: Ancient Egypt

Campbell Price

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A unique collection of significant works of art from the whole of the Ancient Egyptian civilization

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Overview

If all the portable artefacts of Ancient Egypt were in a single location, the lives of students, historians and connoisseurs would be immeasurably simpler – but the objects are scattered in museums and collections all over the world. This book brings together nearly 200 of the most significant artefacts, giving both context and immediacy to the rich culture of Ancient Egypt.

From a 5,000-year-old Predynastic pottery bowl adorned with model hippopotamuses, to a miraculously preserved pair of sandals woven from grass, reeds and papyrus, to a wooden sundial amulet of the early Roman period, this is a compelling and beautifully illustrated overview of three millennia of civilization on the banks of the Nile.

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Specifications

Format: PLC (no jacket)

Size: 18.2 x 14.0 cm

Extent: 288 pp

Publication date: 8 February 2018

ISBN: 9780500519844

Contents List

Introduction • Map • The Predynastic and Early Dynastic Periods (c. 5300–2700 BCE) • The Old Kingdom (c. 2700–2055 BCE) • The Middle Kingdom (c. 2055–1550 BCE) • The New Kingdom (1550–1069 BCE) • The Third Intermediate Period (c. 1069–747 BCE) • The Late Period (c. 747–30 BCE) • The Roman Period (c. 30 BCE–395 CE) • Glossary, Index, Museum Index

About the Author

Campbell Price is Curator of Egypt and Sudan at Manchester Museum, University of Manchester, one of the largest Egyptology collections in the UK.