Ancient Egyptians: People of the Pyramids
Oxford University Press, USA, Nov 29, 2001 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 189 pages
The ultimate who's who of ancient Egypt, Ancient Egyptians is an engaging look at the ancient world through its important leaders. Included are biographies of:* The magnificent Imhotep, who set the standard for pyramid-building* Nefertiti, the renowned beauty* Khufu, the builder of the Great Pyramid* Hatshepsut, a woman pharaoh who defied tradition and called herself "king"* Tutankhamun, whose tomb unveiled fantastic riches* Rameses the Great, the last majestic king of ancient Egypt* Ptahhotep, the great thinker and statesman for King IzeziAncient Egyptians reveals how Egyptian society was constructed, its religions, burial rituals, architecture, and the history and practices of archaeology that have brought all this information to light.
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It Looks Like a good book for Info on Egypt
Part 1 Tradition and Grandeur Old Kingdom about 26862181 BC
Part 2 Disruption and Rebirth Middle Kingdom about 20401782 BC
Part 3 Growth and Expansion New Kingdom about 15701440 BC
Part 4 Splendor and Revolution New Kingdom about 14401293 BC
Part 5 Conquest and Decline New KingdomPtolemaic Period about 1325245 BC
Appendix 1 An Egyptian Rulers Five Names