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Pyramids By Joyce A. Tyldesley

Pyramids
by Joyce A. Tyldesley

This title follows the origins, development and final collapse of the pyramid as a form of royal tomb and includes a detailed history of the lives and deaths of the pyramid families - kings, servants and slaves.
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Pyramids: The Real Story Behind Egypt's Most Ancient Monuments by Joyce A. Tyldesley

From the development of monumental architecture around 3,000 BC to the fabulous edifices that rose up from the desert plains of Giza, Pyramids chronicles how and why Egypt's pharaohs built on so grand a scale. Joyce Tyldesley, writer, lecturer and broadcaster on Ancient Egypt, cuts away modern myth and prejudice to reveal the truth behind the conception, design and constructiion of these astonishing structures. By tracing Egypt's pyramid-building society back to its roots, Tyldesley not only shows how and why the Egyptians built pyramids, but how the pyramids helped to build Egypt itself.

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About Joyce A. Tyldesley


Joyce Tyldesley is an Honorary Research fellow at the School of Archaeology, Classics and Oriental Studies at Liverpool University, and a freelance writer and lecturer on Egyptian archaeology. She has extensive excavation experience, has made regular radio broadcasts, and has acted as consultant on several television projects. Her previous books include Daughters of Isis, Hatchesput: The Female Pharaoh, Nefertiti: Egypt's Sun Queen and Ramesses: Egypt's Greatest Pharaoh.

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GOR001623436
Pyramids: The Real Story Behind Egypt's Most Ancient Monuments by Joyce A. Tyldesley
Joyce A. Tyldesley
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Penguin Books Ltd
2004-07-01
288
0140295828
9780140295825
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