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Egypt and its monuments: Pharaohs, fellahs and explorers, (edition 1891)
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0766190218, Paperback)1891. Edwards enjoyed three separate careers: as a journalist, a novelist, and an Egyptologist. She was also an active supporter of the suffrage movement, serving at one time as Vice-President of the Society for Promoting Women's Suffrage. Amelia Edwards never married, but lived and traveled for much of her life with a female companion. Though she was a popular novelist, today you are most likely to come across her tales of travel. In this series of lectures, Edwards' personality sparkles through the pages. In one chapter, she describes in detail a Queen of Egypt, Hatasu, dissenting from other Egyptologists who minimized her importance. Edwards' love and knowledge of Egyptology are ably demonstrated in this collection. See other works by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.
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