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Series: Shire Egyptology

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Egyptian Mummies by Barbara Adams#1
Egyptian Gods and Myths (Shire Egyptology) by Angela P. Thomas#2
Egyptian Painting and Relief (Shire Egyptology) by Gay Robins#3
Egyptian Textiles by Rosalind Hall#4
Egyptian Pottery (Shire Egyptology) by Colin A. Hope#5
Egyptian Pyramids and Mastaba Tombs (Shire Egyptology) by Philip J. Watson#6
Predynastic Egypt (Shire Egyptology Series) by Barbara Adams#7
Egyptian Towns and Cities (Shire Egyptology) by Eric Uphill#8
Egyptian Food and Drink (Shire Egyptology) by Hilary Wilson#9
Akhenaten's Egypt (Shire Egyptology, No. 10) (Schire Egyptology Series No 10) by Angela P. Thomas#10
Egyptian Coffins (Shire Egyptology Series) by John H. Taylor#11
Egyptian Household Animals by Rosalind Janssen#12
Egyptian Metalworking and Tools (Shire Egyptology) by Bernd Scheel#13
Egyptian Rock-cut Tombs (Shire Egyptology) by Aidan Dodson#14
Egyptian Medicine (Shire Egyptology) by Carole Reeves#15
Egyptian Warfare and Weapons (Shire Egyptology) by Ian Shaw#16
Graeco-Roman Egypt (Shire Egyptology) by Simon P. Ellis#17
Egyptian Faience and Glass (Shire Egyptology) by Paul T. Nicholson#18
Tutankhamun's Egypt by Frances Welsh#19
Egyptian Boats and Ships (Shire Egyptology) by Steve Vinson#20
Egyptian Woodworking and Furniture (Shire Egyptology) by Geoffrey Killen#21
Egyptian Models and Scenes (Shire Egyptology) by Angela M.J. Tooley#22
Egyptian Shabtis (Shire Egyptology) by H.M. Stewart#23
Egyptian Temples (Shire Egyptology) by Steven Snape#24
Protodynastic Egypt (Shire Egyptology) by Barbara Adams#25
Egyptian Statues (Shire Egyptology) by Gay Robins#26
The Hyksos Period in Egypt (Shire Egyptology) by Charlotte Booth#27
The Art of Death in Graeco-Roman Egypt (Shire Egyptology) by Judith A. Corbelli#28
Egyptian Games and Sports (Shire Egyptology) by Joyce A. Tyldesley#29
Egyptian Scarabs (Shire Egyptology) by Richard H. Wilkinson#30

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