By Alan B. Lloyd
This spouse presents the very most up-to-date bills of the most important and present points of Egyptology by way of best students. it truly is added in a hugely readable type and widely illustrated; released in volumes, it bargains remarkable breadth and intensity of insurance, giving complete scope to the dialogue of this marvelous civilization.
Provides the very most recent and, the place suitable, well-illustrated bills of the key elements of Egypt’s historical heritage and culture.
Covers a huge scope of issues together with actual context,
history, monetary and social mechanisms, language, literature, and the visible arts.
Delivered in a hugely readable kind with scholars and students of either Egyptology and Graeco-Roman reviews in mind.
Provides a chronological desk first and foremost of every quantity to aid readers orient chapters in the wider historic context.
[Both volumes are integrated during this unmarried booklet, e-book conceal should still say I&II]
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Even with Old Kingdom trade shifting to the royal Memphite court, the state would have needed increasing and large amounts of agricultural produce and livestock to support the construction and maintenance of pyramids, temples, state projects, and royal cults. The royal court would have benefited from large numbers of agricultural settlements whose produce (and related landscape alterations) could feed workforces and craftsmen numbering in the tens of thousands (Lehner 1997: 224–5). Why the Old Kingdom, a period of tremendous prosperity, ‘‘collapsed’’ is debated by Egyptologists.
Maps from the Atlas Ge´ographique volume in the Description de l’Egypte remain of great use to landscape archaeologists today (Jomard 1820). Correcting the Napoleonic maps with satellite imagery reveals a high level of accuracy. Another early contribution to Egyptology was the Lepsius expedition, sent by the Prussian government in the 1840s. Maps from this expedition cover a wider area than the Description de l’Egypte maps (from Egypt to Ethiopia) (Lepsius 1849). Exploration and documentation by John Gardner Wilkinson and Giovanni Belzoni (to name a few) (Wilkinson 1841; Belzoni 1822) furthered both the field of Egyptology and landscape archaeology by allowing specific locations of archaeological sites to be mapped.
A Companion to Ancient Egypt, Volumes 1-2 (Blackwell Companions to the Ancient World, Volume 52) by Alan B. Lloyd