The Encyclopedia of Ancient History

Online ISBN: 9781444338386

DOI: 10.1002/9781444338386

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  1. Ancient Near East
  2. Bronze and Iron age
  3. Byzantium
  4. Christianity
  5. Classical Greece
  6. Economy
  7. Greco-Roman Egypt
  8. Hellenistic World
  9. Historiography
  10. Jewish History
  11. Late Antiquity
  12. Law
  13. Pharaonic Egypt
    1. A-Group
    2. Abgig
    3. Abu Gurob
    4. Abu Rawash (Abu Roash)
    5. Abu Simbel
    6. Abu Sir
    7. Abydos, Egypt
    8. Accounting, Egyptian
    9. Adaima
    10. Administration, Pharaonic Egypt
    11. Afterlife, Pharaonic Egypt
    12. Agriculture, Pharaonic Egypt
    13. Ahhotep
    14. Ahmose I
    15. Ahmose II (Amasis)
    16. Ahmose Nefertiry
    17. You have free access to this content
      Akhenaten (Amenhotep IV)
    18. Akhmim
    19. Amarna
    20. Amenemhat I–VII
    21. Amenhotep (Amenophis) I–III
    22. Amenhotep, son of Hapu
    23. Amulets, Egypt
    24. Amun-Re
    25. Animal mummies
    26. Animals, domesticated
    27. Animals, Egyptian sacred
    28. Animals, non-domesticated (Egypt)
    29. Ankhesenpepi II
    30. Antiquities Service, Egypt, history of
    31. Anubis
    32. Apis
    33. Architecture, Egyptian
    34. Armant (Hermonthis)
    35. Army, Pharaonic Egypt
    36. Art, Egypt
    37. Artisans, Pharaonic Egypt
    38. Astronomical ceilings,Egypt
    39. Astronomy, Egyptian
    40. Astronomy, pre-Ptolemaic
    41. Aswan and hinterlands
    42. Asyut
    43. Aten/Aton
    44. Athribis, Tell Atrib
    45. Atum
    46. Avaris/Tell el-Dab'a
    47. Ay
    48. Badarian
    49. Bahariya Oasis
    50. Bakenrenef (Bokkhoris)
    51. Basketry, matting, cordage
    52. Bastet
    53. Behbeit el-Hagar
    54. Beni Hasan
    55. Bes
    56. Birds, Pharaonic Egypt
    57. Bitumen, ancient Egypt
    58. Bubastis/Tell Basta
    59. Building materials and techniques, Pharaonic Egypt
    60. Burial, Pharaonic Egypt
    61. Buto/Tell el-Farain
    62. C-Group
    63. Cemeteries, Pharaonic Egypt
    64. Cenotaphs
    65. Champollion, Jean-François (1790–1832)
    66. Childhood, Egypt
    67. Chronology, Pharaonic Egypt
    68. Cities, Pharaonic Egypt
    69. Co-regency (Egypt)
    70. Color symbolism
    71. Coptos
    72. Cosmetics, Egypt
    73. Cosmology, Egypt
    74. Crime, Pharaonic Egypt
    75. Crowns, Egyptian
    76. Cults, private (Pharaonic Egypt)
    77. Cults: divine, Pharaonic Egypt
    78. Curses, Egypt
    79. Dahshur
    80. Deir el-Bahari
    81. Deir el-Ballas
    82. Deir el-Bersha
    83. Deir el-Medina
    84. Demons, Pharaonic Egypt
    85. Demotic
    86. Demotic, legal texts
    87. Den
    88. Dendera
    89. Desert
    90. Deserts, Egypt
    91. Diospolis Parva (Hiw)
    92. Diplomacy, Pharaonic Egypt
    93. Djer
    94. Djet
    95. Djoser
    96. Dodekaschoinos
    97. Drama, Pharaonic Egypt
    98. Dream books, Pharaonic Egypt
    99. Dwarfs
    100. Dynasty, Pharaonic Egypt
    101. Early Dynastic Period, Egypt
    102. Eastern Desert
    103. Economy, Pharaonic
    104. Edfu
    105. Education, Pharaonic Egypt
    106. Egypt, Lower
    107. Egypt, Pharaonic history
    108. Egypt, Upper
    109. Egypt/Kemet
    110. Egyptology
    111. Egyptomania, eastern
    112. Egyptomania, western
    113. El-Hiba
    114. El-Kab
    115. El-Lahun
    116. El-Lisht
    117. El-Mo'alla
    118. El-Omari
    119. Elephantine, Pharaonic
    120. Epigraphy, Pharaonic Egypt
    121. Esna/Latopolis
    122. Ethnicity, Egypt
    123. Execration texts
    124. Faïence
    125. Family, Pharaonic Egypt
    126. Famine and food shortages, Pharaonic Egypt
    127. Farafra Oasis
    128. Fate, Pharaonic Egypt
    129. Fayyum
    130. Festivals, Pharaonic Egypt
    131. First Intermediate Period, Egypt
    132. Fish, fishing, Pharaonic Egypt
    133. Food, drink, and feasting (Egypt)
    134. Foreigners, Pharaonic Egypt
    135. Forts, Pharaonic Egypt
    136. Foundation deposits
    137. Funerary cult, Pharaonic Egypt
    138. Furniture, Pharaonic Egypt
    139. Games, Pharaonic Egypt
    140. Gardens, Pharaonic Egypt
    141. Gaza (Bronze Age)
    142. Geb
    143. Gebel el-Silsila
    144. Gebelein
    145. Gender, Pharaonic Egypt
    146. Giza
    147. God's wife of Amun
    148. Gods, Egyptian
    149. Great Queen
    150. Hagar (Akhoris)
    151. Hair, hairstyling, Pharaonic Egypt
    152. Hapy
    153. Harim
    154. Harmachis
    155. Harris Papyrus
    156. Harsiese
    157. Hathor
    158. Hatnub
    159. Hatshepsut
    160. Hawara
    161. Heh
    162. Hekanakhte (Heqanakht)
    163. Hekate
    164. Heket
    165. Heliopolis, Ain Shams/ Matariya
    166. Herihor
    167. Hermopolis Magna, Tuna el-Gebel (Pharaonic)
    168. Heryshef
    169. Hetepheres I
    170. Hierakonpolis
    171. Hieratic
    172. Hieroglyphs
    173. Hor-Aha
    174. Horemheb
    175. Horus
    176. Houses, housing, household formation, Pharaonic Egypt
    177. Human sacrifice, Pharaonic Egypt
    178. Humor and satire, Pharaonic Egypt
    179. Huni
    180. Hygiene, Pharaonic Egypt
    181. Hyksos
    182. Ibis
    183. Imhotep
    184. Inundation, Egypt
    185. Inyotef I–VII
    186. Isis, Pharaonic Egypt
    187. Jewelry, Pharaonic Egypt
    188. Ka
    189. Kafr Hassan Dawood
    190. Kalabsha
    191. Kamose
    192. Kamutef
    193. Karnak
    194. Kawa
    195. Kenamun/Qenamun
    196. Kerma
    197. Khaemwaset
    198. Khafre (Chephren)
    199. Kharga Oasis
    200. Khasekhemwy
    201. Khepry
    202. Khnum
    203. Khons (Khonsu)
    204. Khufu (Cheops/Kheops)
    205. King lists, Pharaonic Egypt
    206. Kingship, Pharaonic Egypt
    207. Kom Abu Billo/Terenuthis
    208. Kom el-Hisn
    209. Kom Ombo
    210. Kush
    211. Kushite Period, Egypt
    212. Land and landholding, Pharaonic Egypt
    213. Late Period, Egypt
    214. Law, Pharaonic Egypt
    215. Leontopolis
    216. Letters, letter writing, Pharaonic Egypt
    217. Libraries, Pharaonic Egypt
    218. Libya and Libyans
    219. Lions, Pharaonic Egypt
    220. Literacy, Pharaonic Egypt
    221. Literature and poetry, Pharaonic Egypt
    222. Lykopolis/Asyut
    223. Maadi
    224. Maat
    225. Magic, Pharaonic Egypt
    226. Maiherpri
    227. Malkata/Malqata
    228. Mammisi
    229. Maps, Egypt
    230. Markets, Pharaonic Egypt
    231. Medamud
    232. Medicine, Pharaonic Egypt
    233. Medinet Habu (Djeme)
    234. Medinet Madi
    235. Megiddo
    236. Meidum
    237. Meir
    238. Memphis, Pharaonic
    239. Mendes
    240. Menes
    241. Menkaure (Mycerinus)
    242. Mentuemhat
    243. Mentuhotep I-VII
    244. Merenptah
    245. Meretseger
    246. Merimda Beni Salama
    247. Merneith
    248. Meroe
    249. Meroitic
    250. Mersa Matruh, Paraetonium
    251. Merykare
    252. Meshkent
    253. Metallurgy, Pharaonic Egypt
    254. Middle Kingdom, Egypt
    255. Min
    256. Mines, mining, Pharaonic Egypt
    257. Minshat Abu Omar
    258. Mnevis
    259. Models (stone and wood)
    260. Montu
    261. Mummies and mummification
    262. Music, Pharaonic Egypt
    263. Mut
    264. Mut (city)
    265. Naeferud (Nepherites)
    266. Naga el-Deir
    267. Napata
    268. Naqada (Nagada)
    269. Narmer
    270. Nefertari
    271. Nefertiti
    272. Nefertum
    273. Neith
    274. Neithhotep
    275. Nekau (Nekho) I-II
    276. Nekhbet
    277. Nektanebo
    278. Nephthys
    279. Nestorian Church
    280. New Kingdom, Egypt
    281. Nika revolt
    282. Nile
    283. Nilometer
    284. Nine Bows
    285. Nome
    286. Nun
    287. Nut
    288. Obelisk
    289. Old age, Egypt
    290. Old Kingdom, Egypt
    291. Oracles, Pharaonic Egypt
    292. Osiris
    293. Osorkon
    294. Ozymandias
    295. Paint and painting, Pharaonic Egypt
    296. Palaces, Pharaonic Egypt
    297. Palette
    298. Pan Grave culture
    299. Papyrus
    300. Pastoralism
    301. Pedubast I–III
    302. Pepi I and II
    303. Pepinakht Heqaib
    304. Perfumes and unguents, Pharaonic Egypt
    305. Peribsen
    306. Peru-nefer
    307. Peter, Coptic Apocalypse of
    308. Pharaoh
    309. Pharaonic glass
    310. Philai
    311. Phocylides, Pseudo-(Jewish author)
    312. Piramesse
    313. Piy (Piankhy)
    314. Police, Pharaonic Egypt
    315. Portraiture, Pharaonic Egypt
    316. Pottery, Pharaonic Egypt
    317. Prayer, Pharaonic Egypt
    318. Predynastic Period, Egypt
    319. Priests and priestesses, Egypt
    320. Psamtik/Psammetichus I–III
    321. Psusennes
    322. Ptah
    323. Punt
    324. Pyramid
    325. Qaa
    326. Qadesh, battle of
    327. Qasr Ibrim
    328. Queens, Pharaonic Egypt
    329. Quesna
    330. Rameses I–XI
    331. Re and Re Horakhty
    332. Religion, Pharaonic Egypt
    333. Renenutet
    334. Reserve heads
    335. Rock art
    336. Ruler cult, Pharaonic Egypt
    337. Sacrifice, Pharaonic Egypt
    338. Sais, Sa el-Hagar
    339. Saite Period, Egypt
    340. Saqqara
    341. Satet
    342. Scorpion (king)
    343. Sculpture, Pharaonic Egypt
    344. Second Intermediate Period, Egypt
    345. Sekhemkhet
    346. Sekhmet
    347. Semerkhet
    348. Senenmut
    349. Senwosret (Sesostris) I–IV
    350. Seqenenre Taa
    351. Serabit el-Khadim
    352. Serket, Selket
    353. Seshat
    354. Seth
    355. Sety (Seti) I–II
    356. Sex and sexuality, Pharaonic Egypt
    357. Shabaka
    358. Sheshonq I–VI
    359. Ships, shipping, Pharaonic Egypt
    360. Sinai
    361. Siptah
    362. Slavery, Pharaonic Egypt
    363. Sneferu
    364. Sobek
    365. Sobekhotep
    366. Sobeknefru
    367. Sokar
    368. Sopdet/Sothis
    369. Speos Artemidos
    370. Sphinx
    371. Sports and games, Pharaonic Egypt
    372. Stelae, Egypt
    373. Stoneworking, Pharaonic Egypt
    374. Taharqo, Taharqa, Taharka
    375. Tanis, San el-Hagar
    376. Tanutamun, Tanwetamani
    377. Tausret
    378. Taweret
    379. Taxation, Pharaonic Egypt
    380. Tefnut
    381. Tell el-Balamun
    382. Tell el-Borg
    383. Tell el-Maskhuta
    384. Tell Ibrahim Awad
    385. Temples, Pharaonic Egypt
    386. Teti
    387. Tetisheri
    388. Textiles, Pharaonic Egypt
    389. Thebes, East
    390. Thebes, West
    391. Thinis
    392. Third Intermediate Period, Egypt
    393. Thoth
    394. Thutmose I–IV
    395. Titulary, Pharaonic Egypt
    396. Tiy
    397. Tod
    398. Trade, Pharaonic Egypt
    399. Transport, Pharaonic Egypt
    400. Treaties, Pharaonic Egypt
    401. Tutankhamun
    402. Tutu
    403. Unas
    404. Valley of the Kings
    405. Viceroy of Kush
    406. Villages, Pharaonic Egypt
    407. Wadi Hammamat
    408. Wadi Tumilat
    409. Wadjyt, Wadjet
    410. Wahibre (Apries)
    411. Warfare, Pharaonic Egypt
    412. Weaponry, Pharaonic Egypt
    413. Weights and measures, Pharaonic Egypt
    414. Wepwawet
    415. Wilbour Papyrus
    416. Women, Pharaonic Egypt
  14. Places - West
  15. Places-East
  16. Religion
  17. Roman Empire
  18. Roman Intellectual and Cultural History
  19. Roman Military History
  20. Roman Republic
  21. Science
  22. Social History

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