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Praise for the previous edition ("The Dictionary of Ancient Egypt"): "Broad coverage makes the volume particularly attractive. It sets a standard that all such works should emulate and strive to attain.


Written in a clear and succinct style that is understandable for general readers, the 600 entries range in length from a brief paragraph to a page or so. . . . [T]his volume's solid and now up-to-date content as well as its attractive price make it a worthwhile addition for most libraries. -- Library Journal



Praise for the previous edition: "The best of both worlds: a basic textbook that would not disfigure a coffee table, and a picture book with bite. -- Times Higher Education Supplement



Praise for the previous edition: "Broad coverage makes the volume particularly attractive. It sets a standard that all such works should emulate and strive to attain. -- Journal of Near Eastern Studies



Praise for the previous edition: "Answers every Egyptian question you can imagine. -- New Statesman



Praise for the previous edition: "Not only a delight for the general reader, but of genuine use to the student and researcher. -- Art Newspaper



For more than a decade, this attractive single-volume reference has been the most informative and user-friendly dictionary of ancient Egypt available. Written by Shaw and Nicholson, two archaeologists with more than 20 years of excavation experience, "The Princeton Dictionary of Ancient Egypt" is essential and indispensible. The new edition features a completely revised text, hundreds of illustrations in full color and more than 600 up-to-date alphabetical entries that range from agriculture to Zawiyetel-Mayitin. In short, this excellent work provides concise information on all aspects of Egypt during the pharaonic and Greco-Roman periods. -- Tucson Citizen


Written in a clear and succinct style that is understandable for general readers, the 600 entries range in length from a brief paragraph to a page or so. . . . [T]his volume's solid and now up-to-date content as well as its attractive price make it a worthwhile addition for most libraries. -- "Library Journal

For more than a decade, this attractive single-volume reference has been the most informative and user-friendly dictionary of ancient Egypt available. Written by Shaw and Nicholson, two archaeologists with more than 20 years of excavation experience, "The Princeton Dictionary of Ancient Egypt" is essential and indispensible. The new edition features a completely revised text, hundreds of illustrations in full color and more than 600 up-to-date alphabetical entries that range from agriculture to Zawiyetel-Mayitin. In short, this excellent work provides concise information on all aspects of Egypt during the pharaonic and Greco-Roman periods. -- "Tucson Citizen

This moderately priced work is an excellent starting point for anyone attracted to ancient Egypt.--C.C. Smith "Choice "

This revised edition has the most important discoveries and scholarship in the field in the last 13 years. Shaw and Nicholson each have more than 20 years experience in excavation in Egypt. The book covers 4,000 years of Egyptian civilization, including themes, sites, objects, individuals and historical periods. Among its features are 600 alphabetical entries, revised and enlarged maps and diagrams, and more than 500 illustrations.--Angelyn N. Hutchinson "Deseret Morning News "

"The Princeton Dictionary Of Ancient Egypt" has been thoroughly revised and updated by editors Ian Shaw and Paul Nicholson, and includes important discoveries from the past decade.--Nicholas A. Basbanes "Florida Sun-Sentinel "

This work should be a standard source in university libraries and public libraries with collections on ancient history.--Shannon Graff Hysell "American Reference Books Annual "


"The Princeton Dictionary Of Ancient Egypt" has been thoroughly revised and updated by editors Ian Shaw and Paul Nicholson, and includes important discoveries from the past decade.--Nicholas A. Basbanes "Florida Sun-Sentinel "


This moderately priced work is an excellent starting point for anyone attracted to ancient Egypt.
--C.C. Smith "Choice "


This revised edition has the most important discoveries and scholarship in the field in the last 13 years. Shaw and Nicholson each have more than 20 years experience in excavation in Egypt. The book covers 4,000 years of Egyptian civilization, including themes, sites, objects, individuals and historical periods. Among its features are 600 alphabetical entries, revised and enlarged maps and diagrams, and more than 500 illustrations.
--Angelyn N. Hutchinson "Deseret Morning News "



"The Princeton Dictionary Of Ancient Egypt" has been thoroughly revised and updated by editors Ian Shaw and Paul Nicholson, and includes important discoveries from the past decade.
--Nicholas A. Basbanes "Florida Sun-Sentinel "


This work should be a standard source in university libraries and public libraries with collections on ancient history.
--Shannon Graff Hysell "American Reference Books Annual "

"Written in a clear and succinct style that is understandable for general readers, the 600 entries range in length from a brief paragraph to a page or so. . . . [T]his volume's solid and now up-to-date content as well as its attractive price make it a worthwhile addition for most libraries."--"Library Journal"

Praise for the previous edition: "The best of both worlds: a basic textbook that would not disfigure a coffee table, and a picture book with bite."--"Times Higher Education Supplement"

Praise for the previous edition: "Broad coverage makes the volume particularly attractive. It sets a standard that all such works should emulate and strive to attain."--"Journal of Near Eastern Studies"

Praise for the previous edition: "Answers every Egyptian question you can imagine."--"New Statesman"

Praise for the previous edition: "Not only a delight for the general reader, but of genuine use to the student and researcher."--"Art Newspaper"

"This moderately priced work is an excellent starting point for anyone attracted to ancient Egypt."--C.C. Smith, "Choice"

"This revised edition has the most important discoveries and scholarship in the field in the last 13 years. Shaw and Nicholson each have more than 20 years experience in excavation in Egypt. The book covers 4,000 years of Egyptian civilization, including themes, sites, objects, individuals and historical periods. Among its features are 600 alphabetical entries, revised and enlarged maps and diagrams, and more than 500 illustrations."--Angelyn N. Hutchinson, "Deseret Morning News"

"For more than a decade, this attractive single-volume reference has been the most informative and user-friendly dictionary of ancient Egypt available. Written by Shaw and Nicholson, two archaeologists with more than 20 years of excavation experience, "The Princeton Dictionary of Ancient Egypt" is essential and indispensible. The new edition features a completely revised text, hundreds of illustrations in full color and more than 600 up-to-date alphabetical entries that range from agriculture to Zawiyetel-Mayitin. In short, this excellent work provides concise information on all aspects of Egypt during the pharaonic and Greco-Roman periods."--"Tucson Citizen"

""The Princeton Dictionary Of Ancient Egypt" has been thoroughly revised and updated by editors Ian Shaw and Paul Nicholson, and includes important discoveries from the past decade."--Nicholas A. Basbanes, "Florida Sun-Sentinel"

"This work should be a standard source in university libraries and public libraries with collections on ancient history."--Shannon Graff Hysell, "American Reference Books Annual"

Synopsis

For more than a decade, Ian Shaw and Paul Nicholson's "Dictionary of Ancient Egypt" has been the most informative and useful dictionary of ancient Egypt available, one that "Library Journal" called 'a preeminent source' and 'the essential choice'. Now fully revised and updated, this new edition covers the most important discoveries and scholarship in the field since 1995. Written by two archaeologists, each with more than twenty years of excavation experience in Egypt, this authoritative dictionary defines and explains important themes, sites, objects, individuals, and historical periods throughout four thousand years of Egyptian civilization. More than 600 A-to-Z entries provide concise information on all aspects of ancient Egypt and Nubia during the pharaonic and Graeco-Roman periods.In this dictionary, each entry is followed by a bibliography, allowing readers to pursue subjects in more detail. The dictionary is lavishly illustrated with photographs, line drawings, site plans, and maps. "The Princeton Dictionary of Ancient Egypt" is an indispensable resource for researchers, students, and anyone with an interest in the ancient world. It includes: completely revised text; more than 600 up-to-date alphabetical entries ranging from agriculture to Zawiyet el-Mayitin and more than 80 new terms; up-to-date bibliographies for each entry; revised and enlarged maps and diagrams; and, more than 500 illustrations. Thoroughly indexed and cross-referenced, it also includes a chronology of dynasties, a list of Egyptologists mentioned in the text, and an alphabetical list of Theban tombs.

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