Pharaoh : Death and Life of A God / Written and Illustrated by David KennettBook - 2008
Egypt of the Pharaohs-the most fabled civilisation of ancient times-comes to life in this brilliantly illustrated account of the reigns of two pharaohs, Seti I and his son Ramesses II, known as Ramesses the Great. The Valley of the Kings, the magnificent palaces and temples of Thebes, and the temples of Abu Simbel come to rich and vibrant life in the artwork of David Kennett in this enthralling account of the civilisation of New Kingdom Egypt and the long and prosperous reign of Ramesses II. When he died, Ramesses had reigned as Pharaoh of Egypt for sixty-five years. During his long life he built more temples than any other ruler in Egyptian history, had more and larger statues of himself carved than any pharaoh before or after him, and imposed his image on history for all time.
Publisher: Malvern, S. Aust. : Omnibus Books, 2008.
Branch Call Number: J 932.014 KEN
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