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by Stephen Quirke

Who Were the Pharaohs?: A History of Their Names With a List of Cartouches download ebook
ISBN:
0486265862
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978-0486265865
Author:
Stephen Quirke
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Dover Pubns (February 1, 1991)
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80 pages
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4.6

This is, quite simply, a source book.

This is, quite simply, a source book. Knowing these cartouches, by the way, is useful if someone tends to be a show-off. This is definitely a Thu Excellent compilation. This is, quite simply, a source book.

Cartouches of the main kings are provided. This is an excellent book for beginners, as well as for scholars, interested in this subject. 4 people found this helpful. This is, quite simply, a sourcebook.

STEPHEN QUIRKE is Curator of the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology and Professor of Egyptian Archaeology, Institute of Archaeology, University College London. Bibliographic information. Who Were the Pharaohs?: A History of Their Names with a List of Cartouches.

Destination, rates & speeds. 2. Who Were the Pharaohs? : A History of Their Names with a List of Cartouches Quirke, Stephen. ISBN 10: 071410955X ISBN 13: 9780714109558.

A History of Their Names with a List of Cartouches. London: British Museum Publications Limited.

The five names were developed over the centuries beginning with the Horus Name. This name identified the figure as a representative of the god Horus. The Nebty name (the Two Ladies Name) was the second part of the royal titular of Upper and Lower Egypt. This name placed the king under the protection. A History of Their Names with a List of Cartouches.

View all Who Were the Pharaohs?: A History of Their Names with a List of Cartouches pictures. names and cartouches of Egyptian pharaoh. 12 years, 6 months ago at May 27 0:22. Manufacturer: Dover Publications Release date: 1 February 1991 ISBN-10 : 0486265862 ISBN-13: 9780486265865.

A History of Their Names. names and cartouches of Egyptian pharaohs. com User, June 17, 2000. Quirke shows the cartouches of each Pharaoh and discusses the Royal naming practices. In five chapters, the author explains the various names (Horus, He of the Two Ladies, Horus of Gold, He of the Sedge and Bee, Son of Ra) of the ancient Egyptian kings, covering the dawn of Egyptian writing ca 3000BC up to the Roman period.

Читать бесплатно книгу Who were the pharaons?. Фараоны - Египет Древний Pharaohs История Civilization History. a guide to their names, reigns and dynasties, Stephen Quirke ; with cartouches drawn by Richard Parkinson. A guide to their names, reigns and dynasties (Quirke . и другие произведения в разделе Каталог. Доступны электронные, печатные и аудиокниги, музыкальные произведения, фильмы. На сайте вы можете найти издание, заказать доставку или забронировать. Who were the pharaons? Who were the pharaons?. London : British museum press, 2010.

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TRACES THE EVOLUTION OF THE ROYAL NAMES FROM 3000 BC TO THE ROMANS. WITH AN EXTENSIVE LIST, WITH 40 ILLUSTRATIONS AND 250 CARTOUCHES
Reviews:
  • Dreladred
This is, quite simply, a sourcebook. Names, titles and cartouches of the various Egyptian rulers in chronological order. I wouldn't recommend it for someone who wants a riveting book to pass a restless night, but I certainly would for someone who wants specific information set forth in a comprehensive and orderly fashion.

(Knowing these cartouches, by the way, is useful if someone tends to be a show-off. It enables the person to say, "Interesting... This is definitely a Thutmoside statue, but look here: Ramesses II's name is carved on it. Interesting...")
  • Saberblade
In five chapters, the author explains the various names (Horus, He of the Two Ladies, Horus of Gold, He of the Sedge and Bee, Son of Ra) of the ancient Egyptian kings, covering the dawn of Egyptian writing ca 3000BC up to the Roman period. A chronological history of the names is explained with hieroglyphic texts and modern research. Cartouches of the main kings are provided. This is an excellent book for beginners, as well as for scholars, interested in this subject.