This book, published in 1926, covers the Ancient Cushite Empire, Ethiopia, it’s people, land and civilisation, prehistoric Egypt, the Pharoahs, Arabian civilisation, Babylonia, Chaldea, Ancient India and Ancient Media and Persia among others.
This appeared originally in 1904 as one of a series of handbooks which were provided by the Berlin Museum for the guidance of visitors to their collections. The handbook of the Egyptian Religion is a survey by the founder of the modern school of Egyptology in Germany.
This book is a beginner’s manual of the Egyptian hieroglyphic inscription. It contains a short account of the decipherment of Egyptian hieroglyphics, and a sketch of the hieroglyphic system of writing and of the general principles which underlie the use of picture signs to express thought. The main facts of Egyptian grammar are given in a series of short chapters, and these are illustrated by numerous brief extracts from hieroglyphic texts…
From the Preface: The present volume contains an account of the most important additions which have been made to our knowledge of the ancient history of Egypt and Western Asia during the few years which have elapsed since the publication of Prof. Maspero’s ‘Histoire Ancienne des Peuples de VOrient Classique’, and includes short descriptions of the excavations from which these results have been obtained.
Historical Documents from the earliest times to the Persian conquest. Volume 3 of 4, this is an extremely comprehensive book covering every period of the Ancient Egyptian dynasties. The table of contents in the book lists the contents of all 4 Volumes of the series. Volume 3 covers the Nineteenth dynasty up to and including the Battle of Kadesh.
Historical Documents from the earliest times to the Persian conquest. Volume 2 of 4, this is an extremely comprehensive book covering every period of the Ancient Egyptian dynasties. Volume 2 covers the Eighteenth dynasty up to and including the reign of Tutenkhamon.
Historical Documents from the earliest times to the Persian conquest. Volume 1 of 4, this is an extremely comprehensive book covering every period of the Ancient Egyptian dynasties. Volume 1 covers the first 17 dynasties up until the Hyksos.
An exhaustive book about life under the Pharoahs. It covers so much to do with the daily lives of the ancient Egyptians. Includes the geography of ancient Egypt, population, languages, navigation, agriculture, commerce, warfare, domestic life, architecture, dress, art, music, science and religion. A fascinating book.
Covers subjects like the Land of Egypt, the People of Egypt, the Pyramid Builders, the early Theban Kings, the invasion by Hyksos, the warrior kings and the decline of power in Egypt. Fully illustrated, this book is a comprehensive study of Ancient Egypt.
From the preface: In writing this treatise my object has been to give a clear exposition of the most important shape which the doctrine of immortality assumed in Egypt. This particular form of the doctrine was only one of many different ones that were held. The latter, however, were but occasional manifestations, whereas the system here treated of was the popular belief among all classes of the Egyptian people, from early to Coptic times…
Ancient Egypt From The Records is a book that covers the dynasties of the great Egyptian Pharoahs, with special attention paid to Thutmose III, Rameses I and II, Tutenkhamon, Ikhnaton and Amenhotep II. The book follows the rise and subsequent decline of the empire.
This is Volume II of Ancient Coptic Churches Of Egypt. A Coptic historian, Butler covers this subject extensively. Illustrated throughout, chapter subjects include; The Coptic Altar; Eucharistic vessels; Furniture of the Sacred Buildings; Books, Language and Literature; Baptism; and Legends of the Saints.