'Never had the liked occurred' : Egypt's view of its past /

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Main Author: Tait, W. J. (Author)

Corporate Author: University College, London. Institute of Archaeology.

Format: Book

Language: English

Series: Encounters with ancient Egypt.

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Call Number: DT83 .N48 2003

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245 1 0 |a 'Never had the liked occurred' :  |b Egypt's view of its past /  |c Edited by John Tait. 
264 1 |a London :   |b Institute of Archaeology, University College,   |c 2003. 
300 |a xvi, 260 pages, [4] pages of plates :  |b illustrations (some color) ;  |c 24 cm. 
490 0 |a Encounters with ancient Egypt. 
504 |a Includes bibliographical references (pages [225]-247) and index. 
505 0 |a Introduction : 'since the time of the Gods' / John Tait -- The ancient Egyptian view of world history / E.P. Uphill -- Archaism and modernism in the reliefs of Hesy-Ra / Whitney Davis -- Looking back into the future : the Middle Kingdom as a bridge to the past / Dietrich Wildung ; translated by Fiona Handley -- Archaism and innovation in art from the New Kingdom to the twenty-sixth Dynasty / Robert Morkot -- Literature as a construction of the past in the Middle Kingdom / Ludwig D. Morenz ; translated by Martin Worthington -- Representations of the past in New Kingdom literature / Hans W. Fischer-Elfert -- Views of the past in Egypt during the first millennium B.C. / Antonio Loprieno -- Egypt's views of 'others' / David O'Connor -- Foreigners at Memphis? : Petrie's racial types / Sally-Ann Ashton -- All in the family? : heirlooms in ancient Egypt / David Jeffreys -- The Ptolemaic royal image and the Egyptian tradition / Sally-Ann Ashton. 
650 0 |a Historiography  |z Egypt. 
651 0 |a Egypt  |x History  |y To 640 A.D.  |x Historiography. 
710 2 |a University College, London.  |b Institute of Archaeology. 
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