eBook Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt, 3rd Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1438138598
  • ISBN-13: 9781438138596
  • DDC: 932.003
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 516 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2012 | Published/Released September 2012
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2012
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Praise for the previous edition: .."recommended for high-school and public libraries and for smaller academic libraries needing a quick and current Egyptology reference...a good single-volume introduction to the topic." Booklist .."contains a wealth of information on ancient Egypt...Recommended." Library Media Connection Ranging from Egypt’s predynastic cultures to the suicides of Cleopatra and Marc Antony in 30 BCE, ENCYCLOPEDIA OF ANCIENT EGYPT, Third Edition includes more than 2,300 detailed entries, each thoroughly reviewed and updated to reflect recent advances in scholarship. In addition to the latest discoveries and excavations, new front and back matter items have been added to this comprehensive resource, including an appendix on the study of ancient Egypt, a glossary, a historical overview section, and a geographical overview section.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Dedication.
Other Frontmatter.
Contents.
List of Illustrations and Maps.
Introduction.
Historical Overview.
Geographical Overview.
Chronology of Major Events.
1: Aa.
2: A’ah (A’oh).
3: A’ahset.
4: A’akh (A’akhu; Akh).
5: A’ametju.
6: A’amu (Troglodytes).
7: A’a Nefer (Onouphis).
8: A’aru.
9: A’at.
10: A’ata.
11: Ab.
12: Abar.
13: Abbott Papyrus.
14: Abdiashirta.
15: Abdi-Milkuti.
16: Abdu Heba.
17: Abgig.
18: Abibaal.
19: Abisko.
20: Abu Gerida.
21: Abu Ghurob.
22: Abu Rowash (Abu Rawash).
23: Abu Simbel.
24: Abusir.
25: Abydos.
26: Abydos Fleet.
27: Achaemenes.
28: Achaemenians (Achaemenids; Hakhamanishiya).
29: Achillas.
30: Achoris.
31: Actium.
32: Adea-Eurydice.
33: Adicran.
34: ’Adjib (Merpubia; Enezib; Anedjib).
35: Administration.
36: Admonitions of Ipuwer.
37: Adule.
38: Afnet.
39: Agatharchides.
40: Agathocles (1).
41: Agathocles (2).
42: Agesilaus.
43: Agriculture.
44: Agrippa, Marcus Vipsanius.
45: A-Group.
46: Aha (Hor-Aha; Menes).
47: Ahenobarbus, Gnaeus Domitius.
48: Ah’hotep (1).
49: Ah’hotep (2).
50: ’Ahmose.
51: ’Ahmose (Nebpehtiré).
52: ’Ahmose, Son of Ebana.
53: ’Ahmose-ankh.
54: ’Ahmose-Hetempet.
55: ’Ahmose-Hettinehu.
56: ’Ahmose-In-Hapi.
57: ’Ahmose-Merytamon.
58: ’Ahmose-Nefertari.
59: ’Ahmose-Pen Nekhebet.
60: ’Ahmose-Sipair.
61: ’Ahmose Sitayet.
62: ’Ahmose Tumerisy.
63: Aion.
64: Aker.
65: Akhenaten (Amenhotep IV; Neferkheperure’ Wa’en’re).
66: Akhet.
67: Akhethotep.
68: Akhlane (Akhlamu).
69: Akhmin (Khent Menu; Apu; Panopolis; Khemmis).
70: Akkadians.
71: Alara.
72: Alexander III the Great.
73: Alexander III the Great Enters Egypt.
74: Alexander IV (Ha’a-ibre Setep-en-Amun).
75: Alexander Aetolus.
76: Alexander Balas (Ephiphanes).
77: Alexander Helios.
78: Alexandria.
79: Alexandria, Battle of.
80: Altar.
81: Amada.
82: Amara.
83: ’Amarna (el-’Amarna; Akhetaten Tell el-’Armana).
84: ’Amarna Letters.
85: Amasis (Khnemibré).
86: Amaunet (Amunet).
87: Am Duat (Am Tuat).
88: Amemait.
89: Amenemhab.
90: Amenemhet (1).
91: Amenemhet (2).
92: Amenemhet (3).
93: Amenemhet (4).
94: Amenemhet I (Sehetepibré).
95: Amenemhet II (Nubkauré).
96: Amenemhet III (Nima’atré).
97: Amenemhet IV (Ma’akheruré).
98: Amenemhet V (Ameny Intef IV; Sekhemkaré; Sankhibré; Hornedjheritef).
99: Amenemhet VI.
100: Amenemhet VII (Sedjefakaré).
101: Amenemnisu (Neferkaré).
102: Amenemope (Userma’atré Setepenamun).
103: Amenemope (1).
104: Amenemope (2).
105: Amenemopet.
106: Amenhirkhopshef (1).
107: Amenhirkhopshef (2).
108: Amenhotep, Son of Hapu (Huy).
109: Amenhotep I (Djeserkaré).
110: Amenhotep II (Akhepruré).
111: Amenhotep III (Nebma’atré).
112: Amenia.
113: Ameni-A’amu.
114: Amenirdis (1).
115: Amenirdis (2).
116: Amenken.
117: Amenmesses (Menmiré).
118: Amenmose.
119: Amennakht.
120: Amenpanefer.
121: Amenwah.
122: Ames.
123: Amherst Papyrus.
124: Ami-ut.
125: Amorites.
126: Amratian.
127: Amtes (Yamtes).
128: Amulet.
129: Amun (Amon).
130: Amun-dyek’het.
131: Amunet (Amuniet).
132: Amunnakhte’s Instructions.
133: Amun’s Bark.
134: Amun’s Wives.
135: Amun-wosret.
136: Amyrtaios (1).
137: Amyrtaios (2).
138: Ana.
139: Anastasi Papyri.
140: Anath (Anat).
141: Anather.
142: Ancestor Cult Letters.
143: Ancestor Worship.
144: Andjeti.
145: Andreas.
146: Anen.
147: Anhai Papyrus.
148: Anhur.
149: Aniba.
150: Ani Papyrus.
151: Ankh.
152: Ankhefenmut.
153: Ankhesenamon (Ankhesenpa’aten).
154: Ankhesneferibré.
155: Ankh-Hor.
156: Ankhkhaf.
157: Ankh-ma-hor (Sheshi).
158: Ankhnesmery-Ré (1).
159: Ankhnesmery-Ré (2).
160: Ankhnes-Pepi.
161: Ankhsheshongy.
162: Ankh-tawy.
163: Ankhtify.
164: Ankhu.
165: Ankhwennofre.
166: Antefoker.
167: Anti.
168: Antigonus I Monophthalmus (Antigonus I Cyclops).
169: Antigonus II Gonatas.
170: Antiochus I.
171: Antiochus I Soter.
172: Antiochus II (Theos).
173: Antiochus III the Great.
174: Antiochus IV.
175: Antiochus Hierax.
176: Antipater of Idumea.
177: Antony, Marc (Marcus Antonius).
178: Anubis (Anpu; Anup).
179: Anukis (Anuket; Anqet).
180: Aoh (Yah).
181: Apedemak.
182: Apis.
183: Apollonius of Rhodes.
184: Apophis (1) (Apep; Apepi).
185: Apophis (2) (’Awoserré).
186: Apries (Wa’a Ibré).
187: Arabian Desert.
188: Aramaeans.