Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt

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The Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt, edited by Donald B. Redford and published in three volumes by Oxford University Press in 2001 contains 600 articles that cover the 5,000 years of the history of Ancient Egypt, from the predynastic era to the seventh century CE. Articles cover art, architecture, religion, language, literature, trade, politics, everyday social life and court culture in the Nile Valley.

The American Library Association awarded this work its Dartmouth Medal in 2002.

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