Journals Higher Education



Published: 31 August 2017

368 Pages | 12 color halftones (insert); 67 b&w halftone/line-art illus.


ISBN: 9780190229078

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Pharaoh's Land and Beyond

Ancient Egypt and Its Neighbors

Edited by Pearce Paul Creasman and Richard H. Wilkinson

  • Represents the first synthesis of Egyptian relationships with its neighbors, unbounded by time, geography or mode.
  • New perspectives on ancient Egyptian trade, politics, war, travel, exploration, religion, and language
  • First text prepared in this area designed as a resource for scholars and students of ancient Egypt and its contemporaries while remaining fully accessible to the enthusiast
  • Displays the Egypt of antiquity as not an isolated cultural entity but a rich tapestry of social, religious, technological, and economic interconnections among numerous cultures from disparate lands