Edward K. Werner

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A World Beneath the Sands: The Golden Age of Egyptology

Wilkinson is a master storyteller, and the narrative is so engaging that readers will find it hard to put down. This comprehensive study is highly recommended for anyone interested in the exploration and study of Egypt, both ancient and modern.
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Modernism on the Nile: Art in Egypt Between the Islamic and the Contemporary

This richly illustrated, scholarly book is recommended for anyone with an interest in modern Middle Eastern art and society.
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The Pyramids: The Archaeology and History of Egypt’s Iconic Monuments

This sumptuously illustrated study incorporating the latest archaeological findings is highly recommended for general and informed readers fascinated by the pyramids and ancient Egyptian civilization. Fans might also enjoy Mark Lehner’s The Complete Pyramids.

The Buried: An Archaeology of the Egyptian Revolution

This is travel writing at its best and highly recommended for anyone interested in Egypt, modern or ancient.

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Searching for the Lost Tombs of Egypt

This unique study is recommended for anyone interested in ancient Egyptian civilization or the history of Egyptology.—Edward K. Werner, formerly with St. Lucie Cty. Lib. Syst., FL
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When Women Ruled the World: Six Queens of Egypt

Not since Leonard Cottrell's Lady of the Two Lands (1966) has such an engrossing, well-researched collective study of Egyptian power queens been available. Definitively recommended for anyone with an interest in ancient Egyptian civilization or women's studies.—Edward K. Werner, formerly with St. Lucie Cty. Lib. Syst., FL
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A History of Ancient Egypt: From the Great Pyramid to the Fall of the Middle Kingdom

This engaging recasting of ancient Egyptian civilization will provide an eye-opening text for both specialists and nonspecialists who will no doubt eagerly await the next installment of this iconoclastic study.
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Egyptomania: A History of Fascination, Obsession, and Fantasy

Egyptophiles, a term Fritze considers less derogatory than Egyptomaniacs, will definitely enjoy this fascinating romp through the ancient Egypt of the cultural imagination.
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The Story of Egypt: The Civilization That Shaped the World

Despite the occasional blurring of fact and theory, this work is recommended as an exciting introduction to ancient Egyptian civilization.
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