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A Bibliography Of The Amarna Period

Author : Geoffrey Thorndike Martin
ISBN : 9780710304131
Genre : History
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Part 3 is devoted to the epidemiology of influenza, the current etiological pattern of acute respiratory diseases in the USSR, the immunology of influenza and influenza prophylaxis in the USSR. Other topics reviewed include antigenic drift in the hemagglutinin of Hong Kong (H3N2) virus over the period of its circulation, RIA techniques of determining the influenza virus nucleoprotein and the persistence of influenza virus in different biological systems.

Bibliography Of The Amarna Perio

Author : Martin
ISBN : 9781136154188
Genre : History
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Published in 1990, Bibliography Of The Amarna Perio is a valuable contribution to the field of Asian Studies.

New Kingdom Amarna Period

Author : Robert Hari
ISBN : 9004070311
Genre : History
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Eighteenth Dynasty Before The Amarna Period

Author : Karol Myśliwiec
ISBN : 9004070281
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Imperialism Art And Restitution

Author : John Henry Merryman
ISBN : 9780521859295
Genre : Law
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Amarna Sunset

Author : Aidan Dodson
ISBN : 9781617970504
Genre : History
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This new study, drawing on the latest research, tells the story of the decline and fall of the pharaoh Akhenaten's religious revolution in the fourteenth century BC. Beginning at the regime's high-point in his Year 12, it traces the subsequent collapse that saw the deaths of many of the king's loved ones, his attempts to guarantee the revolution through co-rulers, and the last frenzied assault on the god Amun. The book then outlines the events of the subsequent five decades that saw the extinction of the royal line, an attempt to place a foreigner on Egypt's throne, and the accession of three army officers in turn. Among its conclusions are that the mother of Tutankhamun was none other than Nefertiti, and that the queen was joint-pharaoh in turn with both her husband Akhenaten and her son. As such, she was herself instrumental in beginning the return to orthodoxy, undoing her erstwhile husband's life-work before her own mysterious disappearance.

Annual Egyptological Bibliography 1974

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Nefertiti

Author : Brenda Lange
ISBN : 9780791095812
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A re-creation of the life of an ancient Egyptian queen tells of the Pharaoh Akhenaton and his wife, whose painted bust has made her instantly recognizable to the world.

Nefertiti

Author : Joyce Tyldesley
ISBN : 9780141949796
Genre : History
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For over a decade Nefertiti, wife of the heretic king Akhenaten, was the most influential woman in the Bronze Age world; a beautiful queen blessed by the sun-god, adored by her family and worshipped by her people. Her image and her name were celebrated throughout Egypt and her future seemed golden. Suddenly Nefertiti disappeared from the royal family, vanishing so completely that it was as if she had never been. No record survives to detail her death, no monument serves to mourn her passing and to this day her end remains an enigma - her body has never been found. Joyce Tyldesley here provides a detailed discussion of the life and times of Nefertiti, Egypt's sun queen, set against the background of the ephemeral Amarna court.

Akhenaten And The Religion Of Light

Author : Erik Hornung
ISBN : 0801487250
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Akhenaten, also known as Amenhotep IV, was king of Egypt during the Eighteenth Dynasty and reigned from 1375 to 1358 B.C. E. Called the "religious revolutionary," he is the earliest known creator of a new religion. The cult he founded broke with Egypt's traditional polytheism and focused its worship on a single deity, the sun god Aten. Erik Hornung, one of the world's preeminent Egyptologists, here offers a concise and accessible account of Akhenaten and his religion of light.Hornung begins with a discussion of the nineteenth-century scholars who laid the foundation for our knowledge of Akhenaten's period and extends to the most recent archaeological finds. He emphasizes that Akhenaten's monotheistic theology represented the first attempt in history to explain the entire natural and human world on the basis of a single principle. "Akhenaten made light the absolute reference point," Hornung writes, "and it is astonishing how clearly and consistently he pursued this concept." Hornung also addresses such topics as the origins of the new religion; pro-found changes in beliefs regarding the afterlife; and the new Egyptian capital at Akhetaten which was devoted to the service of Aten, his prophet Akhenaten, and the latter's family.

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