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Joyce Tyldesley

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Books by Joyce Tyldesley
Cleopatra
4.3 of 5 Votes: 3
W. W. Tarn, Cambridge Ancient History1 With the relationship between Octavian and Antony damaged beyond any hope of repair, a fierce propaganda war erupted in Rome. Octavian accused Antony of murdering Sextus Pompey, of bringing Rome into disrepute by unlawfully imprisoning the king of Armenia, o...
Cleopatra: Last Queen of Egypt
4.5 of 5 Votes: 2
W. Tarn, Cambridge Ancient History1With the relationship between Octavian and Antony damaged beyond any hope of repair, a fierce propaganda war erupted in Rome. Octavian accused Antony of murdering Sextus Pompey, of bringing Rome into disrepute by unlawfully imprisoning the king of Armenia, of se...
Hatchepsut: The Female Pharaoh
3.65 of 5 Votes: 4
The hawk in the nest [appeared as] the King of Upper and Lower Egypt, Aakheperenre [Tuthmosis II], he became king of the Black Land and ruler of the Red Land, having taken possession of the Two Regions in triumph.1The former general Tuthmosis I soon proved himself a worthy successor to the newly ...
Tutankhamen (2012)
4.9 of 5 Votes: 4
It surpassed the boundaries of archaeology and fired the imagination of people all over the world, profoundly influencing high, as well as popular, culture and made millions of people aware of ancient Egyptian civilization. Jaromir Malek1 The bout of Egyptomania which had greeted the 1922 discove...
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