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The Complete Temples of Ancient Egypt A comprehensive survey of all Egypt's temples, from Luxor and Karnak to those in the delta, oases and Nubia. It traces the processes of building and decorating, how they functioned, and what happened when they were robbed and desecrated. It also discusses the Egyptian pantheon, rites and festivals. Full description

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  • Relié: 256 pages
  • Editeur : Thames & Hudson Ltd (30 mai 2000)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0500051003
  • ISBN-13: 978-0500051009
  • Dimensions du produit: 26,2 x 20,2 x 2,7 cm
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Par Tofmas le 18 novembre 2011
Format: Relié
Quelle est l'origine du temple egyptien, comment il a évolué, comment comprendre son architecture et déchiffrer son symbolisme. Ce livre répond à toutes les questions avec en sus une très bonne iconographie plus une très bonne bibliographie.
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A Useful Gazeteer 10 septembre 2000
Par Michael Gunther - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Richard Wilkinson has written one essential book - "Reading Egyptian Art" which belongs on the shelf of anyone who is interested in Ancient Egypt. "Temples of Ancient Egypt," although worthwhile, is not that book. Temples is a gazeteer, which is to say, a book that describes the essential sites in Egypt, arranged by geography. This is all very well, and competently done, but Baines and Malek ("The Cultural Atlas of the World: Ancient Egypt") have done it first, and better.
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Mediocre Survey 8 juillet 2000
Par "troytron" - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
This book is worth half its price for the photgraphic survey of Egyptian temples alone. In this manner it maintains the quality of its predecessors, 'Complete Valley of Kings,' etc. However, from a scholarly standpoint, the book was a bit disappointing. For example, the title "Complete Temples of Ancient Egypt," is simply an overstatement. Many small but significant sites are completely left out (Kom Mer, El Qua'la, etc.) Further, the author frequently makes no attempt to mention which god or goddess owned the temples in his survey. For example, he could have noted that the great lost temple at Antaeopolis was dedicated to Antiwey...a Horus/Set fusion. He could have noted the Temple of Nephthys and Anukis at Kom Mir, etc. Indeed, in most of his articles, he merely skims over the temples without any depth (save for the most famous ones: Philae, Karnak, Edfu, etc.). I found the information to be very basic, and had been looking forward to greater scholarly detail about the history of each temple, the deity of each temple, and more obscure temples mentioned (which are often just as fascinating as the great sanctuaries). There are also a number of errors in the information. All in all, a lavishly illustrated book for the average Egyptophile, but not very satisfying to the advanced Egyptophile. If you're going to spend a great deal of money, I would recommend Stephen Quirke's absolutely fascinating 'The Temple in Ancient Egypt.'
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Temples and More 19 juillet 2000
Par C. A. Ausec - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
This book is an excellent addition to the "Complete Tutankhamun", "Complete Pyramid", and "Complete Valley of the Kings" series. As a student of Egyptology, with a special interest in the religious aspects of the society, I found this book to be an excellent addition to my reference library. It is filled with color photographs, charts and information in a clear easy to follow layout. This book features not only information on the architectural lay out of individual temples and sanctuaries of Ancient Egypt, it also provides a valuable overview to evolution of the temple in Egypt, the function of the temple in Egyptian society, Egyptian deities and cults as well as the role of kings and priests. The blending of information on the symbolism, function and architectural aspects of temples makes this a "must have" reference, which I will go back to again and again. If you have an interest in Ancient Egyptian society this book is for you.
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The Complete Story of Temples 26 juillet 2001
Par Carolyn P. Scott - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
No other volume manages so comprehensive a detailing of the temples of ancient Egypt--their history, lore and design. There are color and black and white photos, maps and floor plans, but most importantly, the text documents the historical development and significance of each site it references.
The concise narrative covers the entire system of temple monuments, such as the Temples at Karnak, Luxor, Dendera, Kom Ombo, Edfu, Giza and Abu Simbel. But, this is no tourist guide to temple sites. The casual reader may find the detailed discussion of such subjects as building materials and construction methodologies a bit dry. This is a must-have for the student of Egyptology and the religion and art of the ancient world.
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Pharonic Temple Extravaganza! 18 juin 2000
Par Chris Milton - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
This book is a must for anyone with a interest in Ancient Egyp, whether studying Egyptology or planning a Nile Cruise. This book is filled with excellent full colour photographs and illustrations to provide an extra insight into the wonders of this ancient civilization. The clear layout makes this book a brilliant reference book and is easy to browse through. Have you ever purchased a Egyptain book and wanted to see and read about all of the temples not just the famous ones? If yes, this book is for you.
A enjoyable read, and now has pride of place in my book shelf.
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