The oxford history of ancient egypt uniquely covers 700000 years of ancient egypt from the stone age to the roman conquest. The oxford history of ancient egypt edited by ian shaw oxpord university press oxford university press great clarendon street oxford 0x2 6dp oxford university press is a department of the university of oxford it furthers the universitys objective of excellence in research scholarship and education by publishing worldwide in oxford new york auckland bangkok buenos aires cape town chennai . The oxford history of ancient egypt is an erudite compilation but a somewhat bumby read edited by ian shaw it is a heterogeneous collection of essays in a chronological row a good book to get back to but only painstainkingly readable to go straight through. The oxford history of ancient egypt uniquely covers 700000 years of ancient egypt from c 700000 bc to ad 311 following the story from the egyptians prehistoric origins to their conquest by the persians greeks and romans this book resurrects a fascinating society replete with remarkable historical information
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