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Thebes in Egypt (Paperback)

Nigel Strudwick

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Paperback. The remains of ancient Thebes constitute one of the largest and most remarkable archaeological sites in all of Egypt and indeed the world. The discoveries made at this site, now the modern.Shipping may be from multiple locations in the US or from the UK, depending on stock availability. 208 pages. 0.653. Bookseller Inventory # 9780801486166

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Title: Thebes in Egypt (Paperback)

Binding: Paperback

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Edition: 1st.

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The remains of ancient Thebes constitute one of the largest and most remarkable archaeological sites in all of Egypt and indeed the world. The discoveries made at this site, now the modern town of Luxor, are responsible for much of our knowledge of ancient Egyptian civilization. After excavating and researching the city of Thebes for many years, Nigel and Helen Strudwick here offer the first comprehensive introduction to it, one that will be welcomed by both armchair travelers and visitors to that popular tourist destination. Handsomely illustrated, the book features eighty photographs―thirty in color―and twenty maps and plans.After reviewing the topography of the site, the Strudwicks recount the history of Thebes from the city's rise in the late Old Kingdom to the peak of its power in the New Kingdom and to its gradual decline in the Greco-Roman period. They discuss the central role played by the gods in the community's religious life, and take us on a tour of the great temples of Karnak and Luxor on the East Bank of the Nile and of the temples and tombs of kings, queens, princes, and ordinary individuals on the West Bank.Drawing on their intimate acquaintance with ancient Egyptian society, the authors re-create the lives of Thebans during the New Kingdom. They conclude by assessing Greek, Roman, Coptic, and Islamic influences on the area as it exists today and by providing an overview of the archaeological research undertaken there.

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Nigel Strudwick is a leading expert on the archaeology of Theban Tombs, having worked in the Private Tombs of Thebes since 1984 and has published widely on the subject and region. He has worked as a curator at the British Museum and as a Visiting Professor in the University of Memphis.

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