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  • Nefertiti Unlocking the Mystery Surrounding Egypt's Most Famous and Beautiful ueen
  • Joyce A. Tyldesley
  • English
  • 19 May 2020
  • 9780670869985

Joyce A. Tyldesley Ð 3 review

review ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ð Joyce A. Tyldesley Nefertiti Unlocking the Mystery Surrounding Egypt's Most Famous and Beautiful ueen review á eBook or Kindle ePUB Joyce A. Tyldesley Ð 3 review For alternate cover edition of ISBN 0670869988 9780670869985 see hereIn the tradition of her intriguing Hatchepsut Joyce Tyldesley rescues another female ruler from the shadows of history c 1350 BC ueen Nefertiti literally a beautiful woman has come We know her from the exuisite painted bust in the Be. A short book by page numbers especially considering that the main text ends at 66% with the rest taken up by notes and references but truly packed full of information Remarkably despite how popular the Amarna era is even in the general consciousness there are surprisingly few biographies of Nefertiti Aidan Dodson s Amarna Sunset doesn t specifically focus on Nefertiti Joann Fletcher s The Search for Nefertiti comes off as part autobiography and not exactly objective and other books are outdated and poor popular histories or else dense academic publications which take some expense to acuireTyldesley s work on the other hand is professional and yet accessible thorough in its research and an enjoyable read That s not to deny that the book has caveats Tyldesley herself acknowledges that even despite her fame we still know surprisingly little about Nefertiti so there are sections of the book where she discusses the Amarna era and royal family in general rather than being able to specifically focus down on her individual subject I can hardly penalise Tyldesley for this though when the evidence simply isn t there or at least hasn t been discovered yet The second caveat is that this book really needs a new updated edition Discoveries in the past decade have really turned Amarna studies on its head with some of the debates that Tyldesley examines here now offered serious challengers in terms of plausible scenarios Tyldesley may still not agree with these new proposed scenarios but it would be great to see her consider the evidence and weigh in with her assessment Even lacking this recent evidence Tyldesley addresses previously held possible scenarios with an even hand noting her own conclusions but always making it clear that they are hers and not necessarily the right ones whilst presenting the arguments presented by other Egyptologists I have to note that I myself didn t agree with some of those conclusions for example Smenkhkare as Akhenaten s son and both he and Tutankhamun mothered by Kiya but it is always appreciated when a professional approach is taken and a historian refrains from attempting to claim that their favoured interpretation is factI have no ualms about recommending this book at all8 out of 10 Sir Halmanac and the Crimson Star rescues another female Souls in the Great Machine ruler from the shadows of history c 1350 BC ueen Nefertiti literally a beautiful woman has come We know her from the exuisite painted bust in the Be. A short book by page numbers especially considering that the main text ends at 66% with the Judge Dredd Chronicles #19 rest taken up by notes and THE WALLPAPER CHASE references but truly packed full of information Remarkably despite how popular the Amarna era is even in the general consciousness there are surprisingly few biographies of Nefertiti Aidan Dodson s Amarna Sunset doesn t specifically focus on Nefertiti Joann Fletcher s The Search for Nefertiti comes off as part autobiography and not exactly objective and other books are outdated and poor popular histories or else dense academic publications which take some expense to acuireTyldesley s work on the other hand is professional and yet accessible thorough in its SpongeBob Mix Match research and an enjoyable Rules of the Knife Fight read That s not to deny that the book has caveats Tyldesley herself acknowledges that even despite her fame we still know surprisingly little about Nefertiti so there are sections of the book where she discusses the Amarna era and Know What I Saw? royal family in general The Goodbye Girl Vocal Selections rather than being able to specifically focus down on her individual subject I can hardly penalise Tyldesley for this though when the evidence simply isn t there or at least hasn t been discovered yet The second caveat is that this book Gunnin' For Love really needs a new updated edition Discoveries in the past decade have MIA Hunter really turned Amarna studies on its head with some of the debates that Tyldesley examines here now offered serious challengers in terms of plausible scenarios Tyldesley may still not agree with these new proposed scenarios but it would be great to see her consider the evidence and weigh in with her assessment Even lacking this Overlords of Atlantis and the Great Pyramid recent evidence Tyldesley addresses previously held possible scenarios with an even hand noting her own conclusions but always making it clear that they are hers and not necessarily the Magic and Mayhem right ones whilst presenting the arguments presented by other Egyptologists I have to note that I myself didn t agree with some of those conclusions for example Smenkhkare as Akhenaten s son and both he and Tutankhamun mothered by Kiya but it is always appreciated when a professional approach is taken and a historian Good bye refrains from attempting to claim that their favoured interpretation is factI have no ualms about The Black Seminoles History of a Freedom Seeking People recommending this book at all8 out of 10

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Nefertiti Unlocking the Mystery Surrounding Egypt's Most Famous and Beautiful ueen

review ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ð Joyce A. Tyldesley Nefertiti Unlocking the Mystery Surrounding Egypt's Most Famous and Beautiful ueen review á eBook or Kindle ePUB Joyce A. Tyldesley Ð 3 review Lessed by the sun god and worshiped by her people Nefertiti suddenly and completely vanished from the record Was she banished by her husband or raised to rule as his eual Did she reign under another name in her own right Could she have been the eminence grise behind the young Tutankhamen her son in la. This has been a very interesting read and yet again Joyce has been unbiased in her evidence given she has placed in the theories from both past and the then present at the time of publishing I however would like to see an updated version of this as new things have come to light such the DNA and modern scanning of the mummies While I did enjoy the book and I will say this is not my first time reading it I would point out to a first time reader that it is not just about Nefertiti of her own accord In fact I would say there is about her husband Amenhotep IV or Akhenaten than Nefertiti I suppose to be fair that may because what we know of Nefertiti is through him which leads me to Seti I and Rameses III think one thing that is showing to be clear in not just Joyce Tyldesley s books is that Seti I and Rameses II were the main culprits in systematically destroying what they could what they did not agree with from the 18th dynasty Hatshepsut Amenhotep IV Nefertiti Tutankhamun and Ay were erased in form or another and Joyce is great in the fact she lays blame to the locals looking to make a uick buckIt would seem that Akhenaten is seen by many as the father of monotheism but Joyce I think rightly points that he couldn t totally be as Nefertiti and his children were part of his vision of the divine ennead and given the evidence to support this from Akhenaten himself it would be hard to dispute Again I love to see an updated version of this book and I hope that the publisher or Joyce see fit to do so the views given are just how I see them from what I have read and you should the book for yourself to draw you own conclusions Hell for the Company Brimstone #1 record Was she banished by her husband or A Year Down Yonder raised to Getting Naked rule as his eual Did she Invisible Jim Crow reign under another name in her own The Vault Guide to the Case Interview right Could she have been the eminence grise behind the young Tutankhamen her son in la. This has been a very interesting The Castle Diaries read and yet again Joyce has been unbiased in her evidence given she has placed in the theories from both past and the then present at the time of publishing I however would like to see an updated version of this as new things have come to light such the DNA and modern scanning of the mummies While I did enjoy the book and I will say this is not my first time The Song of the Mockingbird reading it I would point out to a first time Sir Halmanac and the Crimson Star reader that it is not just about Nefertiti of her own accord In fact I would say there is about her husband Amenhotep IV or Akhenaten than Nefertiti I suppose to be fair that may because what we know of Nefertiti is through him which leads me to Seti I and Rameses III think one thing that is showing to be clear in not just Joyce Tyldesley s books is that Seti I and Rameses II were the main culprits in systematically destroying what they could what they did not agree with from the 18th dynasty Hatshepsut Amenhotep IV Nefertiti Tutankhamun and Ay were erased in form or another and Joyce is great in the fact she lays blame to the locals looking to make a uick buckIt would seem that Akhenaten is seen by many as the father of monotheism but Joyce I think Souls in the Great Machine rightly points that he couldn t totally be as Nefertiti and his children were part of his vision of the divine ennead and given the evidence to support this from Akhenaten himself it would be hard to dispute Again I love to see an updated version of this book and I hope that the publisher or Joyce see fit to do so the views given are just how I see them from what I have Judge Dredd Chronicles #19 read and you should the book for yourself to draw you own conclusions

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review ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB Ð Joyce A. Tyldesley Nefertiti Unlocking the Mystery Surrounding Egypt's Most Famous and Beautiful ueen review á eBook or Kindle ePUB Joyce A. Tyldesley Ð 3 review Rlin Museum discovered in 1912 which has made her ancient Egypt's most recognizable ueen and a symbol of her country's history Until now however she has remained largely unknown and unrecognized for her contributions to Egyptian society Wife of Akhenaten the monotheistic pharaoh adored by her family b. Blah I love Egypt and I love history But this book nearly bored me to death