The American Discovery of Ancient Egyptby Nancy Thomas, Gerry D. Scott, Bruce G. Trigger
The first professionally trained American Egyptologists were latecomers, arriving in Egypt only around the turn of the twentieth century, decades after their European counterparts. Within a short time, however, they had a dramatic impact on the discipline, revolutionizing archaeological field techniques and reshaping our knowledge of this complex ancient civilization. This volume, which includes essays by ten distinguished Egyptologists, clearly defines the American contribution to this intriguing field of study.
- Abrams, Harry N., Inc.
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