New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York / Harry N. Abrams, Inc, 1990. Fourth printing, revised. Softcover. VG. Dark green & illus. wraps, 526 pp., BW illus., fold-out map at rear. "Devoted to Egyptian history from the period when parts of the country were dominated by Asiatic rulers (Hyksos), through the rise of the Eighteenth Dynasty, the time of Akhenaten, and the rule of the Ramesside kings to the end of the New Kingdom (c.1080 B.C.). It covers roughly six hundred years of recorded time; it deals with more than ten thousand works of art and craftsmanship. Much of the material has never been published elsewhere. In addition to the objects in the collection, the book discusses the architecture, language and writing, religion, funerary beliefs and customs, dress, warfare, musical instruments, furniture, jewelry, and daily life of the ancient Egyptians." (back cover). (Inventory #: 156380)
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