8 edition of The History of Weapons and Warfare - Ancient Egypt (The History of Weapons and Warfare) found in the catalog.
August 22, 2002
by Lucent Books
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|Number of Pages||112|
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The Military of Ancient Egypt. Egyptain warfare, warriors and weapons. From the dawn of ancient military to the final fall of the Pharoahs in battle. Ancient Egyptain war, military strategies and tactics, plus their swords, axes and shields. The Oxford History of Ancient Egypt uniquely covers , years of ancient Egypt, from c. , BC to AD 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/5(2).
From the Publisher: The image of a Pharaoh smiting the enemies of Egypt is a recurring one throughout the Dynastic Period of Ancient Civilization. Fighting Pharaohs looks in some detail at the range of weapons used, the training of troops and the tactics for battles and sieges, before looking at the military campaigns of the Pharaohs. Drawing on contemporary evidence, over three thousand years. Ancient Egypt was one of the most influential times in all of world history. Spanning over years, it became a civilization that has continued to stand out as a time of tremendous power. At the height of its glory, Ancient Egypt elongated from what is today known as Syria in The Middle East, down through the country of Sudan in Africa.
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The most wide-ranging and visually arresting history of wars and warfare ever published, War: Definitive Visual Guide documents every major war or significant period of conflict in over 5, years of human history.
A must-have reference gift for military enthusiasts and general readers alike, no other book about warfare contains such a diverse selection of imagery including contemporary /5(20). Finally, and the most surprising section of the book, “Ancient Egyptian Warfare” contains a full section on the diplomacy of the ancient Egyptian empire.
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Featured image: Image from an illuminated manuscript depicting a Byzantine siege of a citadel. A tactic of ancient biological warfare was to hurl infected dead bodies over city walls.
Public Domain. By Liz Leafloor References. Scutti, S., Biological Weapons: Tracing Their Evolution From Ancient History To The : Lizleafloor. The History of Ancient Egyptian Weapons When the ancient Egyptian civilization began to coalesce, weaponry became more sophisticated and began to include horn bows and stone-tipped arrows.
Obsidian was used for arrow tips because of its glass-like properties that allow it to achieve a finely honed and razor-sharp edge. The Egyptian civilisation lasted for over three thousand years, from B.C.
to 30 B.C. This period saw the rise and fall of a succession of ancient Near-Eastern Empires that were a potential threat to s and equipment changed slowly over the centuries; flint and stone weapons were replaced by copper, bronze and later iron.
The ambitions of individual Pharaohs varied considerably. Follow Rebecca Dean through the fascinating world of mysterious figures such as Tutankhamun and Nefertiti, examining not only the history and development of ancient Egyptian warfare, but the weapons used and the way they wereaxes, and daggers are the weapons of choice here, as ancient Egyptian warfare is brought vividly to life.
Warfare has been a part of the human condition throughout recorded history. While weapons, strategies, and tactics have changed, there are a number of methods that have been used across the millennia, and which are still used today – chemical, biological, and psychological warfare was as active in the ancient world as it is in modern times.
The History of Weapons and Warfare - Ancient Egypt (The History of Weapons and Warfare) by Don Nardo, AugLucent Books edition, Board book in English - 1 editionPages: Ancient Warfare is the only print magazine focused on the military history of the ancient world, ca.
BC to AD Each bi-monthly edition is centred on a specific theme and beautifully illustrated with custom artwork and photographs.
This is never more the case than with that most enticing of ancient civilisations, Ancient Egypt. Follow Rebecca Dean through the fascinating world of mysterious figures such as Tutankhamun and Nefertiti, examining not only the history and development of ancient Egyptian warfare, but the weapons used and the way they were handled.
From early predynastic culture to the totalitarian supremacy of the New Kingdom, Warfare in Ancient Egypt takes us on a journey which covers 3, years of continuous development of arms and armour. This richly illustrated book provides a unique and concise overview of all aspects of Egyptian warfare and offers many new insights into the world.
Ancient Egypt book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. For more than two thousand years ancient Egypt was one of the world's great /5. The History of Weapons and Warfare - Ancient Egypt (The History of Weapons and Warfare) 1 edition By Don Nardo Go to the editions section to read or download ebooks.
Get this from a library. Ancient Egyptian war and weapons. [Brenda Williams] -- Presents an overview of war in ancient Egypt, including noteworthy wars, weaponry, types of fighting, and the importance of warfare in ancient Egyptian society.
The Egypian Army In History The most prominent development added to the ancient Egyptian army was the use of the war wheels, the weapon that was taken from "Heksos" but highly developed and used by Egyptians to the extent that they started to breed horses, an animal that was not very common in Egypt, and modified the designs of the war wheels.
Presents an overview of war in ancient Egypt, including noteworthy wars, weaponry, types of fighting, and the importance of warfare in ancient Egyptian society. Preview this book» What people are saying - 5/5(1). "For anyone interested in Egyptian military history, and wanting to learn more than the simple dry facts and the well-known major battles, then this book is an absolute must.
The author is to be congratulated on this major contribution to our knowledge of warfare in ancient Egypt, presented in a very readable book, suitable for the beginner as. Includes bibliographical references and index Fighting to keep the dark forces at bay -- Early Egyptian weapons and warfare -- The new kingdom and chariot warfare -- Military service and organization -- Borders, fortifications, and sieges -- Egypt's military zenith: The battle of Kadesh -- Warships and the defeat of the sea peoples -- Decline of the Egyptian militaryPages: This is a very good survey of the weapons of Ancient Egypt, rather than warfare in general.
The author examines the surviving weapons and contemporary images in great depth, and draws her conclusions from these. The author has a doctorate for her Egyptian military studies, and the book appears to be a development of her thesis/5(3).
With this book, Paul Rahe continues his projected six-volume account of the history of the Spartan state. New discoveries throw fresh light on Bronze Age battle Archaeologists at the site of an ancient battle in Germany say newly uncovered artefacts suggest many of those involved were not local men but came from further afield.History >> Ancient Egypt History The original Egyptians were farmers, not fighters.
They didn't see the need for an organized army. They were well protected by the natural boundaries of the desert that surrounded the empire. During the Old Kingdom, if the Pharaoh needed men to fight, he would call up the farmers to defend the country.
''A short read, an overview, not a complete study of ancient Egyptian warfare, but within the pages there is some interesting discussion and cogent observations - probably an outcome that the author set out to achieve.''--Ancient Egypt Magazine/5(3).