Chariots and Related Equipment from the Tomb of Tutankhamun (Tutankhamun's Tomb Series, Vol 8)
by M. A. Littauer, J. H. Crouwel
(Hardcover - December 1985)
The Complete Tutankhamun : The King, the Tomb, the Royal Treasure
by C. N. Reeves
Paperback - 256 pages Reprint edition (April )
Thames & Hudson; ISBN: 0500278105
The Discovery of the Tomb of Tutankhamen
by Howard Carter
Paperback: 231 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.72 x 8.40 x 5.32
Publisher: Dover Pubns; (October 1977)
The Murder of Tutankhamen: A True Story
by Bob Brier
For decades after the discovery of Tutankhamen's tomb, the dazzling treasures found along with the mummy distracted many of us from the actual events of Tutankhamen's life. But take a look at the body itself - cranial X-rays reveal a location on the back of the skull that may indicate a hemorrhage, perhaps one caused by a deliberate blow. The question thus arises: Was King Tut murdered?
Egyptologist Bob Brier specializes in paleopathology, the study of diseases in the ancient world. In essence, he performs high-tech autopsies on 3,000-year-old corpses. (He's also taken part in a re-creation of Egyptian mummification techniques, including the extraction of the brain through the nasal passages.) Here, he examines the X-rays and other photographic evidence, correlating it with the research of other Egyptologists, and concludes that Tutankhamen was the victim of political and religious intrigues that developed into a fatal conspiracy. True crime buffs and historians alike will find much to like in Brier's fast-paced recounting of his investigations.
Paperback: 288 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.88 x 9.02 x 5.98
Publisher: Berkley Pub Group; ; (March )
Judgement of the Pharaoh: Crime and Punishment in Ancient Egypt
by Joyce Tyldesley
The Mysterious Death of Tutankhamun
by Paul Doherty
Tutankhamen: The Life and Death of the Boy-King
by Christine El Mahdy
Tutankhamen: Life and Death of a Pharaoh
by Christiane Desroches-Noblecourt
A Passion for Egypt
by Julie Hankey
Tutankhamun and the Discovery of the Tomb
by Magnus Magnusson.
A Journey Between Souls: The Story of a Soldier and a Pharaoh
by Elaine Edgar
Paperback: ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.50 x 8.50 x 5.75
Publisher: White-Boucke Publishing;
Musical Instruments From the Tomb of Tutankhamen
by Lise Manniche
The Life and Times of Akhnaton
by Arthur Weigaill.
Akhenaten and the Religion of Light
by Erik Hornung, translated by David Lorton.
Book Description Akhenaten, also known as Amenhotep IV, was king of Egypt during the Eighteenth Dynasty and reigned from 1375 to 1358 b.c. Called the "religious revolutionary," he is the earliest known creator of a new religion. The cult he founded broke with Egypt's traditional polytheism and focused its worship on a single deity, the sun god Aten. Erik Hornung, one of the world's preeminent Egyptologists, here offers a concise and accessible account of Akhenaten and his religion of light.
Hornung begins with a discussion of the nineteenth-century scholars who laid the foundation for our knowledge of Akhenaten's period and extends to the most recent archaeological finds. He emphasizes that Akhenaten's monotheistic theology represented the first attempt in history to explain the entire natural and human world on the basis of a single principle. "Akhenaten made light the absolute reference point," Hornung writes, "and it is astonishing how clearly and consistently he pursued this concept." Hornung also addresses such topics as the origins of the new religion; pro-found changes in beliefs regarding the afterlife; and the new Egyptian capital at Akhetaten which was devoted to the service of Aten, his prophet Akhenaten, and the latter's family.
Paperback: 146 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.49 x 8.44 x 5.44
Publisher: Cornell Univ Pr;
Akhenaten: Egypt's False Prophet
by Nicholas Reeves
Book Description One of the most compelling and controversial figures in history, Akhenaten has captured the imagination like no other Egyptian pharaoh. Much has been written about this strange, persecuted figure whose freakish appearance—elongated and effete—is totally at odds with that of the traditional Egyptian ruler-hero. Scholars and laymen have speculated that he was a eunuch or a sufferer of a genetic disorder—or even a woman. Known today as a heretic, Akhenaten sought to impose upon Egypt...
Akhenaten: King of Egypt
by Cyril Aldred
Akhenaten: The Religious Revolution
by Susanna Thomas
Nefertiti: Egypt's Sun Queen
by Joyce A. Tyldesley
The Royal Women of Amarna: Images of Beauty from Ancient Egypt
by Dorothea Arnold.
Self Bows and Other Archery Tackle from the Tomb of Tutankhamun: Tutankhamun's Tomb Series; Book IV
by W. McLeod
Tutankhamun: The Eternal Splendor of the Boy Pharaoh
by T. G. H. James, Araldo De Luca, Elisabetta Ferrero
from Friedman/Fairfax Publishing
Pharaohs of the Sun: Akhenaten, Nefertiti, Tutankhamen
by Rita E. Freed, Yvonne J. Markowitz, and Sue H. D'Aria
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The Name of the Dead: Hieroglyphic Inscriptions of the Treasures of Tutankhamun
by Hany Assaad
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