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Muslim Extremism In Egypt

Author : Gilles Kepel
ISBN : 0520056876
Genre : History
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Gilles Kepel takes us into the world of the students, professionals, workers, and unemployed who are caught up in the Islamic movements of our day. Events that have riveted world attention--the World Trade Center bombing, assassinations in Beirut, the attempt on the life of the Pope, the assassination of Sadat--are illuminated by this penetrating study which surveys the background of the Islamist movement beginning with the Muslim Brotherhood in 1928.

Hatshepsut

Author : Catharine H. Roehrig
ISBN : 9781588391735
Genre : Art, Egyptian
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A fascinating look at the artistically productive reign of Hatshepsut, a female pharaoh in ancient Egypt

Pharaoh

Author : Wilbur Smith
ISBN : 9780007535835
Genre : Fiction
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The Worldwide Number One Bestseller Wilbur Smith returns to Ancient Egypt in a captivating new novel that will transport you to extraordinary times.

There S A Pharaoh In Our Bath

Author : Jeremy Strong
ISBN : 9780141908922
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Tony Lightspeed is always bringing home sick and injured animals, so when he turns up with an unconscious man dressed from head to tie in rather stinky bandages, his family aren't too surprised. But then they discover that the man is an ancient Egyptian pharaoh named Sennapod, who has been dead for over 4,000 years. Brought back to life by two dastardly grave robbers, Sennapod is on the run. Can he persuade the Lightspeeds to help him?

Pharaoh

Author : Jackie French
ISBN : 9780730443995
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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How far do you have to journey to become a king? the people call Prince Narmer 'the Golden One' - a boy with the brightest future ahead of him. Handsome and talented, he is destined to be King of thinis, the greatest town in Egypt and, for Narmer, the centre of the world. then his whole life changes overnight. A devastating accident forces him to give up his right to the throne and sends him journeying across the ancient Middle East with the mysterious trader, the crippled Nitho and a tamed wildcat called Bast. And as he travels through the desert and visits the great cities of Punt and Sumer, he learns that thinis is actually a very small place indeed. But can he ever truly forget his homeland? When he decides to pay one last visit to thinis, he will discover what it really means to be a leader, and will find his destiny fulfilled beyond his wildest expectations. Set in a time before the pyramids and based on real historical events, Pharaoh will sweep readers along on a fascinating journey through a part of the world we hear so much about today. Ages 10-14

From Slave To Pharaoh

Author : Donald B. Redford
ISBN : 1421404095
Genre : History
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Moving beyond recent debates between Afrocentrists and their critics over the racial characteristics of Egyptian civilization, From Slave to Pharaoh reveals the true complexity of race, identity, and power in Egypt as documented through surviving texts and artifacts, while at the same time providing a compelling account of war, conquest, and culture in the ancient world.

Pharaoh

Author : Boleslaw Prus
ISBN : 0781809622
Genre : Fiction
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First published in 1895-96 as a serial in the Warsaw Illustrated Weekly, Pharaoh is one of the classic novels of Polish literature. It sets a timeless political drama in ancient Egypt during the fictional reign of Ramses XIII. Representing extensive historical research, this engrossing novel presents a panoramic and unforgettable view of Egyptian statecraft, industry, and social life. This new translation by Christopher Kasparek supersedes an earlier incomplete English version published in 1912.

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