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Elements in Ancient Egypt in Context

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Editors: General Editor Juan Carlos Moreno Garcia, Dr Gianluca Miniaci, Dr Anna Stevens

Ancient Egypt offers a rich foundation from which to reconstruct life in the past, with its remarkable range of written, visual and material sources and its international connections. Yet the study of ancient Egypt is too often isolated from other disciplines and Egyptology is under-represented in broader discourse on human experience in the past and present. Elements in Ancient Egypt in Context will address this issue, offering authoritative but accessible overviews of foundational and emerging topics in the study of ancient Egypt, along with comparative analyses, translated into a language comprehensible to non-specialists. Its authors will take a step back and connect ancient Egypt to the world around, bringing ancient Egypt to the attention of the broader humanities community and leading Egyptology in new directions.

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