Egypt’s Greatest Pharaoh
“Tyldesley has added a new, more human
dimension...her book should be required
reading.”—The Sunday Times (London).
Penguin 256pp. 0-14-028097-9 $15.00
DAUGHTERS OF ISIS
Women of Ancient Egypt
“This splendidly clear, full and often amusing account of ancient Egypt would surely
have met with the approval of Herodotus
himself.”—Sunday Telegraph. Photos,
Penguin 352pp. 0-14-017596-2 $13.95
The Female Pharaoh
“An absorbing scholarly
biography... Tyldesley works closely from
surviving texts and fragmentary monuments
to recreate vividly an outstanding woman
of the ancient past.”—Kirkus. 16 pp. b/w
photos, 52 line drawings, 2 maps.
Penguin 304pp. 0-14-024464-6 $14.95
Egypt’s Sun Queen
“A thoughtful and well-researched
re-creation of an extraordinary ancient
personality.”—Kirkus Reviews. 16 pp.
of b/w photographs, 38 figures, 2 maps.
Penguin 272pp. 0-14-025820-5 $14.95
THE JEWISH WAR
Translated by G. A. Williamson
Revised and Introduced
by E. Mary Smallwood
Notes, chronological table, maps,
plans, glossary, bibliography.
Penguin Classics 512 pp.
A HISTORY OF THE JEWS
New Revised Edition
Grayzel traces the development and
struggle of the Jewish people, and
their place in the political, cultural,
and social development of Europe
and the Middle East. Maps.
Meridian 816 pp.
Indicates that a full Table of Contents is
available at: www.penguinputnam.com
OF THE PYRAMID BUILDERS
The True Origins of the Pyramids,
from Lost Egypt to Ancient America
ROBERT M. SCHOCH, PH.D.,
WITH ROBERT AQUINAS MCNALLY
This groundbreaking reinterpretation
of ancient history shows how the pyra-mid-like structures that abound on
Earth were spread around the world by
an ancient seafaring civilization from
the East. Includes a special appendix,
“Redating the Great Sphinx of Giza,”
and 16 pp. color photos.
Tarcher 320 pp.
THE NAMES OF THINGS
Life, Language, and Beginnings
in the Egyptian Desert
SUSAN BRIND MORROW
The author takes readers from her
magical and sometimes troubled childhood in New York State, to the austere
splendors of the Egyptian desert.
Written with a keen understanding
of language, Brind Morrow traces the
routes of ideas and images through
word origins and time, bringing forth
an inner life of words. “An inner quest
as she tries to piece together the fragments of her life and loves by observing the natural wonders around
Riverhead 240 pp. 1-57322-680-7 $13.00
THE PENGUIN HISTORICAL
ATLAS OF ANCIENT EGYPT
The latest archaeological evidence is
used to cast new light on the vast
legacy of the world’s first great nation.
Full color maps and illustrations
Penguin 144 pp.