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Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt

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Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt
600 original articles written by leading scholars cover the ancient Egyptian civilization, from the pre-dynastic era to its eclipse in the seventh century CE. Topic covered include art, architecture, religion, language, literature, trade, politics, everyday social life and the culture of the court.
Published in 2001.
Available online.


Pages that contain this Resource

Ancient Art
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Ancient Egypt
/research/course-guides/history-course-guides/ancient-egypt

Ancient Near East
/research/course-guides/history-course-guides/history-of-the-ancient-near-east

Art and Architecture of Ancient Egypt
/research/course-guides/history-course-guides/art-and-architecture-of-ancient-egypt

Cleopatra
/research/course-guides/history-course-guides/cleopatra-through-ages

Egyptian Mummies & Modern Science
/research/course-guides/history-course-guides/egyptian-mummies-modern-science

Theology and Religious Studies
/research/subject-guides/theology-and-religious-studies

Women in the Ancient World
/research/course-guides/history-course-guides/cleopatra-through-ages-2


 


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