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Back to Contents Society (Social Life, Foreign Relations, Military, etc.) (See also Daily Life) Love, Death, and Magic. Willis Barnstone. 1975. "The Chariot in Egypt." Kathy Hansen. KMT, vol. 5, number 1. Spring 1994. pp. 50-61. Women in Ancient Egypt. Gay Robins. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1993. 205 p. Egypt, Canaan, and Israel in ancient times. Donald B. Redford. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1992. 488 p. Best current survey of Egyptian foreign relations with Syria-Palestine and Mesopotamia, although the part on the origin of the Israelites is rather speculative. Very dense, but well documented and readable. The Land of the Bible. A Historical Geography. Y. Aharoni. Trans. By A.F. Rainey. Westminister Press: Philadelphia, 1967. Go to source on the Levantine area and its interactions with Egypt. Women in Ancient Egypt. Barbara Watterson. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1991. 201 p. Egyptian Phyles in the Old Kingdom: The Evolution of a system of Social Organization. Ann Macy Roth. Chicago, Ill.: Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, 1991. 243 p. Studies in ancient oriental civilization; no. 48 Based on the author's thesis (Ph.D., University of Chicago, 1985). Sexual Life in Ancient Egypt. Lise Manniche. London; New York: KPI; New York, NY, USA: Distributed by Methuen Inc., Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1987. 127 p. Ancient Egypt: A Social History, B. Trigger, B. Kemp, D. O'Connor, A. Lloyd, Cambridge University 450 p. 1983, 1990. Four top scholars provide insight. The Remarkable Women of Ancient Egypt. Barbara Lesko, Berkeley: B.C. Scribe 1978 (?). The Jewish-Aramaean Communities in Ancient Egypt. Boulos Ayad. Cairo: Institute of Coptic Studies, 1975. 343 p. Military Rank, Title, and Organization in the Egyptian New Kingdom. A. R. Schulman, Berlin 1954. Race Relations in Ancient Egypt: Greek, Egyptian, Hebrew, Roman. Simon Davis, New York, Philosophical Library 1952 176 p. Tools and Weapons. W. M. Flinders Petrie. London, 1917. Back to Contents Societies, Journals & Magazines The American Research Center in Egypt (ARCE), 50 Washington Square South, New York, NY, 10012. (212) 998-8890. Quarterly Newsletter, annual Journal, lectures. The annual meeting is the primary Egyptological meeting in the US. ARCE has facilities in Egypt. The Egyptian Exploration Society, 3 Doughty Mews, London WC1N 2PG, England. Sponsors excavations and lectures, publishes books and The Journal of Egyptian Archeology (annual), and Egyptian Archaeology (biannual). Facilities in Egypt. This organization has been central to British archaeology for over 100 years. KMT. A Modern Journal of Ancient Egypt. 1531 Golden Gate Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94115. Back to Contents The Sphinx (For the setting, see works listed under Pyramids, and under Histories: Old Kingdom) "Who Built It, and Why?" Zahi Hawass and Mark Lehner. Archaeology 47, 1994. 30-41. "Can the Sphinx be Saved?" Zahi Hawass. Archaeology 47, 1994. 42-43. "Remnant of a Lost Civilization?" Zahi Hawass and Mark Lehner. Archaeology 47, 1994. 44-47. "Reconstructing the Sphinx." Mark Lehner. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 2, 1992. 3-26 "Computer Rebuilds the Sphinx." Mark Lehner. National Geographic 179. April 1991. 32-39. The Sphinx: Its History in Light of Recent Excavations. Selim Hassan. Cairo; London: Oxford University Press, 1949. Back to Contents Sun Temples Building in Egypt Pharaonic Stone Masonry. Dieter Arnold. Oxford, 1991. 316 p. Cult of the Sun Myth and Magic in Ancient Egypt, Rosalie David, 1980. The Obelisks of Egypt, Labib Habachi, Scribner's Sons, 1977; Am. Univ Cairo, 1986. [DMNS Lib.] Egypt to the End of the Old Kingdom, Cyril Aldred, 143 p., 136 illus. (41 color), Thames and Hudson, 1965, 1984. Das Sonnenheiligtum des Konigs Userkaf (2 vols), Herbert Ricke. Cairo, 1965. A History of Egyptian Architecture, (vol 1: From the earliest times to the end of the Old Kingdom), Alexander Badawy, Giza 1954, reprinted 1990, Histories and Mysteries of Man Ltd, 1 Battersea Bridge Road, London SW1. "Dated but complete and scholarly." Manuel d'Archeologie Egyptienne, J. Vandier, vols I - VI, Paris, 1952 - 1975. A History of Egypt, vol I, W.F. Petrie, (c 1900). Reprinted Histories and Mysteries of Man Ltd, 1991. Das Re-Heiligtum des Konigs Ne-woser-Re (3 vols.), Ludwig Borchardt, Berlin: Der Bau, 1905. (Same title listed for F.W. von Bissing and H. Kees, Leipzig 1923, 1928) Back to Contents Syntheses & Reflections Early Civilizations: Ancient Egypt in Context. Bruce G. Trigger. Cairo, Egypt: American University in Cairo Press, 1993. 158 p. Based on four lectures on `Ancient Egypt as an Early Civilization' delivered at the American University in Cairo between April 12 and 15, 1992 Ancient Egypt: Anatomy of a Civilization. Barry J. Kemp. London: New York: Routledge, 1989. 356 p. City and Cosmos in Ancient Egypt. D. O'Connor. Ancient Egypt: A Social History. B. Trigger, B. Kemp, D. O'Connor, A. Lloyd, Cambridge University, 1983; 1990. 450 p. Glimpses of Ancient Egypt: Studies in Honor of H. W. Fairman. eds. John Ruffles and Kenneth Kitchen. Warminster: Aris and Phillips, 1979. [DMNS Lib.] The Emergence of Society. John Pfeiffer. McGraw-Hill, 1977. 512 p. The Culture of Ancient Egypt. John A. Wilson. University of Chicago Press 1951, 1956; 344 p. First published in 1951 with the title The Burden of Egypt. "Thoughtful, urbanely written, an intellectual history and a fine one" A history but more philosophic, analytical, and intellectual than most. For the person seeking deeper meaning this may be very appealing and enlightening. The Dawn of Conscience. James Henry Breasted. Scribner, 1933 reprinted 1950. 431 p. Some ethical ideas common in the Judeo-Christian religion first appeared in Egypt. Back to Contents Temples & Religious Structures (A good, popular overview about ancient Egyptian temples is lacking; yet, there is a clear need for such a thing. See also entries under Architecture, Religion, and Sun Temples, listed above) The Edifice of Taharqa. Richard A. Parker, Jean Leclant, Jean-Claude Goyon. Brown University Press: Providence. Ptolemaic Philae. Elena Vassilika. Leuven: Uitgeverij Peeters, 1989. 402 pages. "Informative book on one of the loveliest sites in Egypt." The World of the Pharaohs, Christine Hobson, Thames & Hudson, 1987. Short section on temples, with diagrams. Luxor: A Guide to Ancient Thebes, Jill Kamil, Longman, 1973, 1984. 175 p. "This gives excellent in depth descriptions of the monuments - highly recommended." [DMNS Lib.] The Egyptian Temple A lexicographical Study. Patricia Spencer. London, Boston, 1984. Numerous hieroglyphic inscriptions. Island of Isis. Philae, Temple of the Nile. Wm. MacQuitty. NY: Scribners 1976. 191 p. History and rescue from Lake Nasser. The Obelisks of Egypt, Labib Habachi, Scribner's Sons, 1977; Cairo 1984. "Excellent." Habachi was a Chief Inspector of Antiquities. Dendera, H. G. Fischer, Locust Valley, New York, 1968. Abu Simbel, William McQuitty, Putnam's Sons, 1965. Egyptian Wall Paintings from tombs and temples. UNESCO. Intro. by Christiane Desroches-Noblecourt. New York: New American Library of World Literature, 1962. [DMNS Lib.] Tombs, Temples, and Ancient Art. Joseph Smith. ed. by Corinna Smith. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1956. "The Consecration of an Egyptian Temple according to the use of Edfu." A. M. Blackman & H. W. Fairman. Journal of Egyptian Archaeology, 32, 75-91, 1946. Back to Contents Scholarly (or hard to find) Kings at Karnak. A Study of the Treatment of the Monuments of Royal Predecessors in the Early New Kingdom. Gunner Björkman. Uppsala, 1971. Wonderful foldout maps of the site during the early New Kingdom. "The status of early Egyptian temples." D. O'Connor. in The Followers of Horus: Studies dedicated to Michael Hoffman. eds. R. Friedman and B. Adams. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 1992. The Private Chapel in Ancient Egypt: a study of the chapels in the workmen's village at el Amarna with special reference to Deir el Medina and other sites. Ann H. Bomann. London; New York: Kegan Paul International, 1991. 144 p., 84 p. of plates. Karnak, Agypten: Anatomie eines Tempels. Jean-Claude Golvin and Jean-Claude Goyon. Tubingen: Ernst Wasmuth, 1990. The Egyptian Mining Temple at Timna, B. Rothenberg, ed., 1988 Temples and Tombs of ancient Nubia: The International Rescue Campaign. general editor, Torgny Säve-Söderbergh. Thames and Hudson, 1987. "Luxor Temple and the Cult of the Royal ka." L. Bell. Journal Near Eastern Studies, 44, 251-294, 1985. The Temple of Per Ramesses, E. P. Uphill, Warminster, 1984. Les Temples de Karnak (2 vols). R. A. Schwaller de Lubicz, G. Mire, and V. Mire. Paris, 1982. The Temples of Ancient Egypt, Nubia, and Mesopotamia: a comparative study. Michelle Lewis Bassi. 1982. Thesis (M. A.), University of Colorado, Boulder, 1982. The Great Hypostyle Hall at Karnak. Harold Helson, edited by William Murnane. Chicago: Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago. 1981. [DMNS Lib. rare book] "Survey of the Temple of Isis Mistress of the Pyramid at Giza", Michael Jones and Angela Milward, Journal of the Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities, 12, 1982, 139-151. The Temple of Mentuhotep at Deir el-Bahari: From the Notes of Herbert Winlock. Dieter Arnold. Metropolitan Museum of Art Egyptian Expedition 21. 1979. Deir El-Bahari, The Temple of Tuthmosis III, Jadwiga Lipinska, 4 vol. Warsaw, 1977. The Temple of Dendur; a visit to ancient Egypt. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill 1972 111 p. Describes life of the ancient Egyptians and relates the story of the small temple that was moved to the Met in New York when the Aswan Dam was built. Medinet-Habu, vols I-VIII, Oriental Institute, University of Chicago, 1930- 1970. Le Petit Temple d'Abou Simbel. C. Desrouches-Noblecourt and C. Kuentz. Cairo: Centre de Documentation et d'etude sur l'ancienne Egypte, 1968. "The Osiris Temple at Abydos." B. Kemp. Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archaologisch Instituts Kairo 23, 138-155, 1968. Legacy of a Pharaoh the united effort to save Abu Simbel. Christine Trevor, Lippincott 1966. Wall scenes from the mortuary chapel of the mayor Paser at Medinet Habu. Translated by Elizabeth B. Hauser. Chicago, University of Chicago Press 1957 21 p. The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago. Studies in ancient Oriental civilization, no. 30. Abu Simbel. Markaz Tasjil al-Athar al-Misriyah. Cairo, Centre of Documentation and Studies on Ancient Egypt, 1960(?). English and French. The Temple of Edfu. Markaz Tasjil al-Athar al-Misriyah. Cairo, Centre of Documentation and Studies on Ancient Egypt, [196-?] 72 p. In Arabic, English, and French. The Excavation of Medinet Habu (4 vols). Uvo Holscher. Chicago: Chicago University Press, 1934 - 1951. [Vol 2 is titled The Temples of the Eighteenth Dynasty, 1939]. "The Consecration of an Egyptian temple according to the use of Edfu." A. M. Blackman & H. W. Fairman. Journal of Egyptian Archaeology, 32, 75-91, 1946. Le temple de Dendara I. E. Chassinat. Cairo: l'Institut Francais d'Archeologie Oriental, 1934. The Temple of the King Sethis I at Abydos. A. M. Calverly & M.F. Broome. London & Chicago: Egyptian Exploration Society & The Oriental Institute, 1933-1959. Excavations at Deir El Bahri 1911- 1931, Herbert E. Winlock, Macmillan 1942. The Temple of King Sethos I at Abydos, A. M. Calverly and M. F. Broome, vols I-IV, London and Chicago, 1933-1938. The Aswan Obelisk. Reginald Engelbach. Cairo, 1932., and The Problem of the Obelisks: A Study of the Unfinished Obelisk at Aswan. Reginald Engelbach. NY: George Doran, 1923. 134 p. Egyptian Temples. Margaret Murray. London: Sampson Low, 1931. 246 p. 64 b&w plates. Mycerinus: the Temples of the Third Pyramid at Giza. George A. Reisner. Cambridge, Mass., 1931. Luxor and its Temples. A. M. Blackman. London: Black, 1923. 200 p. 24 plates and 50 line drawings. The XIth Dynasty Temple at Deir El-Bahari, Edouard Naville and H. R. Hall, 3 vol. London, 1907-1913. Hierakonpolis (2 vols). J. E. Quibell and F.W. Green. London: Quartich, 1900, 1902. Part I is plates with notes by Petrie, part II is the text. Back to Contents Thebes, including Karnak, Luxor & west of Thebes (See also books under "General," "Temples," and "Travel" for site descriptions) The Tombs of the Nobles at Luxor. Lise Manniche. Cairo: American University in Cairo Press, 1988, 150 p. Originally published by British Museum Publications under the title City of the dead: Thebes in Egypt. List of Theban tombs and their owners: p. 132-146. City of the Dead: Thebes in Egypt. Lise Manniche. Chicago: University of Chicago Press London: British Museum Publications, 1987. 150 p. ill. maps, photos. The Topography of Thebes from the Bronze Age to Modern Times. Sarantis Symeonoglou. Princeton. 334 p. The development of Thebes from archaeological and historical records; relations to myths. Luxor: A Guide to Ancient Thebes, Jill Kamil, Longman New York, 1984. "This gives excellent in depth descriptions of the monuments - highly recommended." Atlas of Ancient Egypt, John Baines and Jaromir Malek, Facts on File 1980, reprinted 1988, 240 p., 36 maps, 530 illustrations, $40.00. Thebes of the Pharaohs: Pattern for Everyday Life, Charles F. Nims, London: Elek, 1965. The Royal Necropolis of Thebes, Elizabeth Thomas, Princeton University, 1966. The Rise and Fall of the Middle Kingdom in Thebes, H. E. Winlock, New York, 1947. Back to Contents Tombs, other than Pyramids, or Tombs at Thebes The Tombs of Iteti, Sekhem’ankh, and Kaemnofert at Giza. Alexander Badawy. Berkeley, 1976. The Tomb of Nyhetep-Ptah at Giza and the Tomb of Ankhm’ahor at Saqqara. Alexander Badawy. Berkeley, 1978. The Hidden Tombs of Memphis, Geoffrey T. Martin, Thames and Hudson, 1991, 216 p. New discoveries of late New Kingdom nobles' tombs. The Tomb of Pharaoh Seti I. E. Hornung. Zurich and Munich: Artemis, 1991. Lost Tombs. Lise Manniche. Kegan Paul, 1988. Some 18th Dynasty tombs at Thebes were described by early travelers but have since been "lost." "Fascinating" The Fort Cemetery at Hierakonpolis: excavated by John Garstang. Barbara Adams, with a contribution by Michael A. Hoffmann. London; New York: KPI; Distributed by Methuen, 1987. 258 p., 27 p. of plates. The Pyramid Tomb of Hetepheres and the Satellite Pyramid of Khufu. Mark Lehner. Mainz and Rheim, 1985. Ancient Lives, John Romer, Holt, 1984. Surprisingly different from his excellent PBS series of the same name; more detailed and refined. Valley of the Kings workmen's village. Excavations at Saqqara: Northwest of Teti's pyramid N. Kanawati et al., Sydney: The Ancient History Documentary Research Centre, Macquarie University, 1984 illus. The Tomb Builders of the Pharaohs. M. L. BierBrier. Charles Scribners, 1982. [DMNS Lib.] The Rock Tombs of El-Hawawish: the cemetery of Akhmim Naguib Kanawati. Sydney, N.S.W., Australia: Macquarie Ancient History Association; Warminster, England: Aris and Phillips, 1980. Egyptian Wall Paintings from Tombs and Temples. UNESCO. Intro. by Christiane Desroches-Noblecourt. New York: New American Library of World Literature, 1962. [DMNS Lib.] Archaic Egypt. W. B. Emery, 1961, 1985, Pelican. Dynasties I - II good information on mastabas Tomb sculpture; four lectures on its changing aspects from Ancient Egypt to Bernini. Erwin Panofsky. Edited by H. W. Janson. New York: H. N. Abrams 1964 319 p. 446 illus. Wall Scenes from the Mortuary Chapel of the Mayor Paser at Medinet Habu. Translated by Elizabeth B. Hauser. Chicago, University of Chicago Press 1957 21 p. illus., 3 plates.The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago. Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilization, no. 30. Tombs, Temples, and Ancient Art. Joseph Smith. ed. by Corinna Smith. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1956. A History of the Giza Necropolis, vol 2: The Tomb of Hetep-heres. G. H. Reisner and W. S. Smith. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard, 1955. Great Tombs of the First Dynasty Kings, W. B. Emery, 3 vols., 1949-1958. The Development of the Egyptian Tomb Down to the Accession of Cheops, George A. Reisner, Cambridge, 1935. Sept Tombeaux a l'est de La Grande Pyramid de Guizah. A. Fakhry. Cairo, 1935. The Royal Tombs of the Earliest Dynasties (3 vols.). W.M. Flinders Petrie. London: Egyptian Exploration Society Memoirs, 1900-1901. Abydos, W.M.F. Petrie, London, 1902. Archaic Mastabas, J. E. Quibell, Cairo, 1923. Back to Contents Travel Guides Baedeker’s Egypt 1929. Karl Baedeker. 8th English ed. David & Charles: Newton Abbot, 1974. Time machine back to Egypt during the 1920s. A Concise Dictionary of Egyptian Archaeology. A Handbook for Students and Travellers. M. Brodrick and A.A. Morton. 3rd ed. London, 1924. Old, but interesting nonetheless. Guidebook. The Luxor Museum of Ancient Egyptian Art. Egyptian Antiquities Organization. Cairo, 1978. Heavily illustrated booklet. Ancient Egypt. Delia Pemberton. San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 1992. 150 p. illus. "Architectural guides for travelers." Egypt, The Living Past, T. G. H. James, British Museum, 1992. Life in Egypt today and it's connection to the past. Large format and fine color photos. Might be good for someone planning a visit to Egypt. Egypt Handbook, Kathy Hansen, Moon Publications, 1990. P. O. Box 3040, Chico CA 95927. "Very good." Sakkara and Memphis, Jill Kamil, New York: Longman, 1984. The author is a native Egyptian woman. Highly recommended. A Guide to the Antiquities of the Fayyum. Mary-Ellen Lane. Cairo: American University in Cairo Press, 1985. The Fayoum A Practical Guide. R. Neil Hewison. Cairo: American University in Cairo Press, 1984. [DMNS Lib.] Luxor: A Guide to Ancient Thebes, Jill Kamil, Longman New York, 1984. Upper Egypt: Historical Outline and Descriptive Guide to the Ancient Sites, Jill Kamil, Longman 1983. "This gives excellent in-depth descriptions of the monuments - highly recommended." The Penguin Guide to Ancient Egypt. William J. Murnane. Penguin Books, 1983. 367 p. complete travel guide, and short historical bits; well presented. "Excellent reference." Blue Guide: Egypt, V. Seton-Williams and P. Stocks, Norton, 1983. Say it in Arabic (Egyptian), Dover 22026-5 $3.50. 3.3 inch by 5.25 inch. About 150 p. Back to Contents Tutankhamun (The first three books here are the best overviews; only Reeves' book is in print) The Complete Tutankhamun: The King The Tomb The Royal Treasure. Nicholas Reeves. Thames and Hudson, 1990. 224 p. 200 new photographs. The best single book on the subject. Excellent and detailed description of the tomb and the contents; many illustrations. Reeves earned a Ph.D. recently on this material; the dissertation is also available as noted below. Reeves also wrote a picture book for children based on this work as well, and a biography of Carter. The Tomb of Tut-ankh-Amen, Howard Carter and A.C. Mace, London: Cassell 1923 - 1933, 3 vols. The book by the man who found and excavated the tomb; lots of b&w photos. Out of print. It took Carter years to clear the tomb and finish this book. The only complete description of the tomb's contents until Reeves' book. Life and Death of a Pharaoh: Tutankhamen. Christiane Desroches-Noblecourt. Paris; Boston: New York Graphic Society, 1963. 312 p. 75 superb color illustrations. Noblecourt an Egyptologist, with 50 years experience digging. More readable and more background than Carter's. This was the best illustrated book on Tut before Reeves' book came out. Many excellent color photos of artifacts. "Now somewhat controversial," but the photos alone are worth the price. After Tutankhamun: Research and Excavation in the Royal Necropolis at Thebes. edited and with and introduction by C. N. (Carl Nicholas) Reeves; foreword by the Earl of Carnarvon. London; New York: Kegan Paul, 1992. 211 p. 14 papers from a conference. Valley of the Kings: the Decline of a Royal Necropolis. C.N. Reeves. London; New York: Kegan Paul International: Distributed by Routledge, Chapman & Hall, Inc., 1990. xliii, 374 p. based on Ph.D. dissertation. Howard Carter, The Path to TutAnkhAmun, T.G.H James, 1992. Carter's life and work in Egypt before he found the tomb. Howard Carter Before TutAnkhAmun, Nicholas Reeves and John H. Taylor, Abrams, 1993. 200 illus, 80 in color. "wonderful book" The Name of the Dead: TutAnkhAmun Translated, Hany Assaad, Bebben, 1979 "Excellent book for hieroglyph students - doubles as a practical workbook." TutAnkhAmun, Craftsmanship in Gold in the Reign of the King, Cyril Aldred, 1979. The Gold of Tutankhamun. Kamal El Mallakh and Arnold Brackman. Newsweek, 1978. 332 p. 155 color photos, mostly of the golden objects, and 24 b&w photos by Harry Burton of the tomb. Text is also good, including account of the discovery of the tomb. "The most sumptuous book about the tomb of Tut." TutAnkhAmun, His Tomb and Its Treasures, I. E. S. Edwards, New York, Metropolitan Museum, 1977. 256 p. With 103 original photos from the tomb by the Met's Harry Burton and 100 new color photos. Tutankhamun's Jewelry. I.E.S. Edwards. Metropolitan Museum, 1976. 48 p. 36 pieces shown in color photos. Treasures of Tutankhamun (catalog), Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 1974 The Tut exhibition catalog has beautiful photographs and good text, if you can find a used copy. Treasures of Tutankhamun. I. E. S. Edwards. Viking, 1973; Ballentine 1976. [DMNS Lib.] The Search for the Gold Of TutAnkhAmen, Arnold C. Brakeman, 1976, Pocket Books; journalistic and exciting but balanced; the human story of this excavation. A few illustrations. The Face of TutankhAmun, Christopher Frilling, 298 p., Faber and Faber, 1992. The modern events and personalities surrounding the opening of the tomb. Many illustrations. TutAnkhAmun The Untold Story, Thomas Hoving, 1978. Another fascinating book on the tomb discovery. The Shrines of TutAnkhAmen, Alexandre Piankoff. Harper and Row, 1955; 1962. Complete translations of inscriptions on the shrines of Tut, and some photos and diagrams. [DMNS Lib.] The "Tut'ankhamun Tomb Series," published by the Griffith Institute, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, includes the following titles (they cost a lot, as some $30.00 for a 62 page booklet.): A Handlist of Howard Carter's Catalog of Objects in Tut'ankhamun's tomb. 1963. 30 p. Hieratic Inscriptions from the Tomb of Tut'ankhamun. 1965. 37p. Composite Bows from the Tomb of Tut'ankhamun. 1970. 68p. Self Bows and Other Archery Tackle from the Tomb of Tut'ankhamun. 1982. 75 p. The Human Remains from the Tomb of Tut'ankhamun. 1972. 63 p. Chariots and Related Equipment from the Tomb of tut'ankhamun. 1985. 118 p. Musical Instruments from the Tomb of Tut'ankhamun. 1976. 22 p. Game Boxes and Accessories from the Tomb of Tut'ankhamun. 1982. 62 p. Model Boats from the Tomb of Tut'ankhamun. 1990. 126 p. 38 plates. Back to Contents Valley of the Kings & Valley of the Queens (Many books on Egyptian history, mummies, TutAnkhAmun, and religion have information about this area) The Complete Valley of the Kings. Tombs and Treasures of Egypt’s Greatest Pharaohs. Nicholas Reeves and Richard H. Wilkinson. Thames & Hudson: New York, 1996. Pharaoh's Workers: The Villagers of Dier El Medina. Leonard H. Lesko. Ithaca: Cornell Univ. Press, 1994. 197 p. In the Tomb of Nefertari: conservation of the wall paintings. Malibu, Calif.: Bianchi and McDonald, J. Paul Getty Museum and The Getty Conservation Institute, 1992. 88 p. After Tutankhamun: Research and Excavation in the Royal Necropolis at Thebes. edited and with and introduction by C. N. (Carl Nicholas) Reeves; foreword by the Earl of Carnarvon. London; New York: Kegan Paul, 1992. 211 p. Howard Carter Before TutAnkhAmun, Nicholas Reeves and John H. Taylor, Abrams, 1992, $30.00 Howard Carter, The Path to TutAnkhAmun, T.G.H James, 1992 Valley of the Kings: the Decline of a Royal Necropolis. C.N. Reeves. London; New York: Kegan Paul International: Distributed by Routledge, Chapman & Hall, Inc., 1990. 374 p. Based on Ph.D. dissertation. The Tomb of Pharaoh Seti I. Erik Hornung. NY: Princeton Architectural Press, ca. 1990. 10 color plates and 210 illustrations. [DMNS Lib.] Valley of the Kings - Horizon of Eternity, Erik Hornung, Timken 1990, from the German "Tal der Konige." Strong on religious symbols: very detailed - and some very bizarre - stuff here about the underworld. Color photos of tomb paintings with explications. Passage to Eternity. Arpag Mekitarian et al. Knokke, Belgium: Mappamundi, 1989. 191 p. "Stunning photographs from some of the most beautiful tombs in Thebes." The Tomb of Queen Tiyi. Theodore Davis. 90 p. ills., Republishes original 1910 report on KV 55, with added introduction by Nicholas Reeves, and his bibliography on the subject. From KMT. Valley of the Kings, John Romer, Holt, 1981, 1988. 293 p. "Very good." "Fascinating in every respect." Ancient Lives, John Romer, Holt, 1984. Surprisingly different from his excellent PBS series of the same name; more detailed and refined. Valley of the Kings workmen's village Dier El Medina. The Tomb Builders of the Pharaohs, Morris Bierbrier, British Museum 1982; Scribner's 1984. The workmen's village Dier El Medina. [DMNS Lib.] The Valley of the Kings, Jaroslav Cerny, Cairo, 1973. The Royal Necropolis of Thebes, Elizabeth Thomas, Princeton University, 1966. The Tomb of Ramesses VI. Alexandre Piankoff. NY: Pantheon, 1954. 2 vols. 459 p. 196 plates. "All the inscriptions and decoration in one of the most popular and attractive tombs of the Valley of the Kings." Back to Contents

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