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Hawass, Zahi A.

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Tutankhamun and the golden age of the pharaohs by Zahi A Hawass( Book )
14 editions published between 2005 and 2011 in English and held by 1,750 libraries worldwide
A guide to an exhibition of some of the artifacts found in the tomb of Tutankhamun, discussing the life and death of the young king, daily life in ancient Egypt, and ancient Egyptian religion and funerary practices
Valley of the golden mummies by Zahi A Hawass( Book )
20 editions published in 2000 in 3 languages and held by 1,632 libraries worldwide
En beretning om det mest opsigtsvækkende fund i Egypten siden Tutankhamon's grav: De gyldne mumier i Bahariya oasen
Tutankhamun : the mystery of the boy king by Zahi A Hawass( Book )
4 editions published between 2005 and 2007 in English and held by 1,150 libraries worldwide
Learn about the life of King Tut, his burial and the fabulous discovery of his tomb
How the Great Pyramid was built by Craig B Smith( Book )
1 edition published in 2004 in English and held by 1,072 libraries worldwide
A leading engineer provides an in-depth look at the construction of the Great Pyramid of Giza, discussing how the ancient Egyptians developed their building plans, devised work schedules, managed laborers, and solved specific design and engineering problems
Mountains of the pharaohs : the untold story of the pyramid builders by Zahi A Hawass( Book )
16 editions published between 2006 and 2009 in 4 languages and held by 892 libraries worldwide
Examines the construction of the great pyramids of Giza, the saga of the fourth dynasty of Egypt's Old Kingdom, and the advanced civilization that spawned the engineering expertise and architectural artistry that existed during the time
Silent images : women in Pharaonic Egypt by Zahi A Hawass( Book )
19 editions published between 1995 and 2008 in English and held by 863 libraries worldwide
"Hawass contrasts the stereotype - inspired by such symbols of femininity as the queens Nefertiti and Nefertari - with a more realistic view of the common woman's everyday involvement in matters ranging from family life to dress and adornment to the workplace. While their chief role in society was as mothers, women were the legal equals of men and they could, and did, own property. Silent Images sheds new light on ancient Egypt's distinctive culture."--BOOK JACKET
King Tutankhamun : the treasures of the tomb by Zahi A Hawass( Book )
14 editions published between 2007 and 2008 in English and French and held by 796 libraries worldwide
Features distinctive profiles of nearly two hundred artifacts that represent milestones in Carter's ten-year excavation of King Tutankhamun's tomb. Includes 324 illustrations, 317 in color, including 26 foldouts
Hidden treasures of ancient Egypt : unearthing the masterpieces of Egyptian history by Zahi A Hawass( Book )
12 editions published between 2004 and 2007 in English and French and held by 669 libraries worldwide
A sumptuous look at rarely seen art and antiquities from the tomb of Tutankhamun and other archaeological sites accompanies the thrilling stories of their discoveries
The royal tombs of Egypt : the art of Thebes revealed by Zahi A Hawass( Book )
12 editions published in 2006 in English and German and held by 585 libraries worldwide
"The royal tombs, tunneled deep into the Theban cliffs, represented both the gates to the Netherworld and the womb of the Great Goddess. Many of them contain outstanding wall paintings of the king with gods and goddesses, as well as papyri, mummies, decorated coffins and other artifacts. This is the first book to reproduce these murals in full, and to explore the meanings of the esoteric and arcane Netherworld Books that decorated the royal tombs. The images are accompanied by in-depth analyses of the most deeply held beliefs of the ancient kings and queens who lay there, beliefs that provided the impetus of the building, decoration and equipping of these magnificent tombs."--Jacket
Egypt of the pharaohs by Brian M Fagan( Book )
1 edition published in 2001 in English and held by 447 libraries worldwide
In this handsomely illustrated work, Egypt, one of mankind's oldest and most remarkable civilizations, comes alive from its beginnings about 6,000 B.C. to the height of its power and eventual dramatic decline
The lost tombs of Thebes : life in paradise by Zahi A Hawass( Book )
14 editions published in 2009 in English and German and held by 423 libraries worldwide
Shows the tombs of Thebes, the landscape of the ancient city, and the lives of the nobles who lived there during Egypt's golden age
Tutankhamun : the golden king and the great pharaohs by Zahi A Hawass( Book )
3 editions published in 2008 in English and held by 415 libraries worldwide
A companion to the 2008-2009 traveling museum exhibit, providing a survey of ancient Egyptian history, focusing on the lives and lifestyle of the major pharaohs, and including photographs of over 120 artifacts in the tour
The golden king : the world of Tutankhamun by Zahi A Hawass( Book )
6 editions published between 2004 and 2006 in English and held by 370 libraries worldwide
An illustrated story of Tutankhamun by leading Egyptian archaeologist Zahi Hawass that reveals details of the boy king's life and dynasty, archival photographs of Howard Carter's discovery in 1922, and images of artifacts that were buried with the pharaoh
Cleopatra : the search for the last queen of Egypt by Zahi A Hawass( Book )
4 editions published in 2010 in English and held by 356 libraries worldwide
Secrets unfold in the official companion book to the new national touring exhibition cosponsored by National Geographic. This richly illustrated book chronicles the life of Cleopatra and the centuries-long quest to learn more about the queen and her tumultuous era
Egyptian secrets of the afterlife ( visu )
3 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 300 libraries worldwide
New excavations are revealing more than we've ever known about what the Egyptians knew they'd encounter on their afterlife journey. Today, Dr. Zahi Hawass is excavating a mysterious tunnel at the very bottom of Seti's tomb, a perilous tunnel dug far below the surface of the Earth. On a true Indiana Jones-style quest, Dr. Hawass will put his own life in jeopardy for the sake of discovery
The pyramids of ancient Egypt by Zahi A Hawass( Book )
3 editions published in 1990 in English and held by 255 libraries worldwide
Pyramids : treasures, mysteries, and new discoveries in Egypt ( Book )
5 editions published between 2007 and 2011 in English and held by 220 libraries worldwide
Besides being marvelous architectural constructions produced in very ancient history, the pyramids are the most apparent aspect of the unique religious and metaphysical beliefs of a civilization that developed on the banks of the Nile and evolved to an extraordinarily refined level. Yet the pyramids are still shrouded in mystery: despite all the research and studies carried out, we still do not know for certain how the pyramids were really built. However, the most recent excavations and research have thrown new light on the world that existed around the pyramids, on the lives of the workers that built them and the court dignitaries who were granted the privilege of a burial place near that of their king
The golden age of Tutankhamun : divine might and splendor in the New Kingdom by Zahi A Hawass( Book )
3 editions published in 2004 in English and held by 178 libraries worldwide
"Tutankhamun has fascinated the world ever since Howard Carter's spectacular discovery of his treasure-filled tomb in the Valley of the Kings in 1922. Egypt's leading Egyptologist, Zahi Hawass, here tells the story of this golden king, a short-lived pharaoh who came to the throne of Egypt as a child and died before the age of twenty, and of the royal dynasty that bred him. The reader meets Tutankhamun's grandparents, the Sun King Amenhotep III and his beautiful wife Tiye as well as the boy-king's 'heretic' father, Akhenaten, his stepmother Neferiti, and his half-sisters, the sun-kissed princesses of Amarna. Tutankhamun lived and died during one of the most fascinating periods in Egyptian history; this book provides a window into this extraordinary time of turmoil and treasure." "The Golden Age of Tutankhamun is illustrated, primarily with photographs of objects from the traveling exhibit. "Tutankhamun and the Golden Beyond: Treasures from the Valley of the Kings," which takes objects from Cairo's Egyptian Museum collections to Switzerland and Japan. Many of these photographs were taken by National Geographic photographer Kenneth Garrett, supplemented by archival photographs from the era of the tomb's discovery, a fascinating period of transition - in archaeology as much as politics - between the age of colonialism and the dawn of Egyptian nationalism."--Jacket
The mysteries of Abu Simbel : Ramesses II and the temples of the Rising Sun by Zahi A Hawass( Book )
5 editions published in 2000 in English and held by 164 libraries worldwide
"The temples of Abu Simbel have fascinated travelers since they became known to the Western world in the nineteenth century. And since the 1960s when the rising waters created by the Aswan High Dam threatened to engulf the site, visitors' imaginations have been captivated by the elaborate international rescue operation, described by the author as "a great moment that no one will ever forget: the most advanced technology of the twentieth century was used to save one of the most amazing achievements of a civilization that preceeded it by 3,300 years."" "Special features of this book include: Bilingual edition in English and Arabic; Brief, clear history of the ancient kingdom of Nubia and its relationship with Egypt; Description and explanation of the High Dam project - a modern national project on the scale of the pyramids themselves; Extensive details of the salvage operation of the temples at Abu Simbel; An informative biography of Ramesses II, including information regarding his massive building programs, military campaigns, and his family affairs; and Detailed descriptions of the artistic highlights in both the southern temple, dedicated to Ramesses himself, and the northern temple, dedicated to his great queen, Nefertari."--Jacket
Hidden treasures of the Egyptian Museum : one hundred masterpieces from the centennial exhibition by Zahi A Hawass( Book )
6 editions published in 2002 in English and held by 153 libraries worldwide
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Ḥauwās, Zāhī 1947-
Ḥawās, Zāhī
Hawás, Zahi 1947-
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Hawass, Zahī 1947-
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Hawass, Zahi A. 1947-...
Ḥawwās, Zāhī
Ḥawwās, Zāhī 1947-
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Zaĥi Havass
Záhi Havássz
Zahi Hawass
Zahi Hawass ägyptischer Archäologe
Zahi Hawass archeologo egiziano
Zahi Hawass egipski archeolog
Zahi Hawass Egyptologist, archaeologist
Σαχί Αβάς
Захи Хавас
Захи Хауас
Захі Хавас
Хавасс, Захи
זאהי חוואס
‏حواس، زاهي.
حواس، زاهي 1947-
حواس، زاهي أ
زاهى حواس
زاهي حواس
زاهی حواس
هواس زاهي 1947-....
ზაჰი ჰავასი
ハワス, ザヒ
English (167)
German (15)
French (11)
Italian (4)
Spanish (4)
Arabic (1)
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