RESEARCH ESSAYS ON ANCIENT EGYPT
Would you like to be more aware of what's new in Egypt regarding the ancient culture? Are you aware of how the Egyptians are enhancing their treasures and what restrictions are being placed on visitors to these historic sites? Nevertheless, you can still enjoy a memorable visit given the wonders of the monuments, tremendous effort expended to enhance security and safety of these treasures and still partake of the wonderful hospitality and food fare the Egyptians are so famous for. Therefore, ...
Research Essays on Ancient Egypt is a collection of early essays written by the author, Dr. Frederick Monderson, and expanded for a series of lectures delivered, during February, Black History Month, 2004, at the St. John's Recreation Center in Brooklyn, New York. The Table of Contents labels the chapters Introduction I, II, III and IV; Who were the Egyptians?; The Religion of Ancient Egypt; The Egyptian Temple; History of Egypt; The Archaeology of Ancient Egypt; The Architecture of Ancient Egypt; The Power of One; Metals, Men and Materials; The Art of Ancient Egypt; Egyptian Warfare; Egyptian Technology; Science in Ancient Egypt; Gold of Egypt; Pharaonic Taxation; The King; The Conspiracy Against Ancient Egypt; and, Suggestions for Further Reading.
A historian by training and Egyptologist by vocation, the author dedicated an inordinate amount of time focusing on the quintessential nuts and bolts issues that contributed to the totality of ancient Egyptian civilization. The first two Introductions deal with the "emergence of man in Africa," having taught this for years; while the second addresses changes encountered in 2005 as contemporary Egyptians further modernized their facilities and become stricter about the ancient monuments. Egypt 2008 and Egypt 2010 as Introductions III and IV bring the reader up to the most modern developments in the ancient land and elaborates on restriction now being placed on visitors to the monuments.
The other essays are extensively researched, to essentially add fuel to the pro and con discussion regarding the nature and dynamics of the "Origins of the Egyptians" and "The Conspiracy Against Ancient Egypt." More importantly, however, a great deal is presented to highlight and add color to the technical, cultural, religious and philosophic aspects of the Egyptian experience that has endeared this ancient African culture in the minds and hearts of humanity, down through the ages, and still it retains a magnetic attraction to this day. The photographs, illustrations, plans, papyrus art and entrance tickets of temples create an enjoyable pictorial imagery of the phenomenal civilization of Egypt/Kemet/Tawi in all its timelessness. This is indeed a highly comprehensive and informative yet easily readable book that provides food for thought for the student, the scholar and the general reader. email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
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About the Author
Frederick Monderson is a retired college professor and school teacher who taught African History in the City University of New York and American History and Government in the New York public schools. He has written nearly 900 articles in the New York Black Press, Daily Challenge, Afro Times and New American newspapers. In this venture, Monderson lends his expertise as a historian, Egyptologist, journalist and author of several books including Michael Jackson: The Last Dance; 50 on Point; Black Nationalism: Alive and Well; Barack Obama: Ready, Fit to Lead; Barack Obama: Master of Washington, D.C.; Sonny Carson: The Final Triumph; Black Nationalism: Alive and Well; and on Ancient Egypt Seven Letters to Mike Tyson on Egyptian Temple; 10 Poems Praising Great Blacks for Mike Tyson; Intrigue Through Time; Hatshepsut's Temple at Deir el Bahari; Egypt: Essays on Ancient Kemet; Temple of Karnak: The Majestic Architecture of Ancient Kemet; Where are the Kamite Kings?; Abydos and Osiris; Temple of Luxor; Medinet Habu: Mortuary Temple of Rameses III; The Quintessential Book on Ancient Egypt: "Holy Land" (A Novel on Egypt); The Majesty of Egyptian Gods and Temples (a book of Egyptian Poems); Egypt Essays on Ancient Kemet; The Ramesseum: Mortuary Temple of Rameses II; The Colonnade: Then and Now; Reflections on Ancient Kemet; Grassroots View of Ancient Egypt; and Glory of the Ancestors: 19 Letters to O.J. Simpson on Ancient African History. A student of the esteemed Dr. Yosef ben-Jochannan, Dr. Monderson conducts tours to Egypt.
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