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Marshall Hindley recounts the life and times of the Great Royal Wife of King Amenhotep III.
www.ancientegyptmagazine.com August/September 2007 VOLUME 8, NO 1: ISSUE NO. 43 EDITOR: Robert B. Partridge, 6 Branden Drive Knutsford, Cheshire, WA16 8EJ, UK Tel. 01565 754450 Email email@example.com DEPUTY EDITOR: Peter Phillips CONSULTANT EDITOR: Professor Rosalie David, OBE EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS: Victor Blunden, Peter Robinson, Cath and John Rutherford, Hilary Wilson EGYPT CORRESPONDENT Ayman Wahby Taher PUBLISHED BY: Empire Publications, 1 Newton Street, Manchester, M1 1HW, UK Tel: 0161 872 3319 Fax: 0161 872 4721 ADVERTISEMENT MANAGER: Michael Massey Tel. 0161 928 2997 SUBSCRIPTIONS: Mike Hubbard PRINTED BY: Warners (Midlands) plc, The Maltings, Manor Lane, BOURNE, Lincolnshire, PE10 9PH, UK DESIGN AND SETTING: Peartree Publishing and Design, 56 Albert St, Manchester M11 3SU, UK FRONT COVER DESIGNED BY: David Soper Main image: colossal statue of Akhenaten Photo: RP.
From our Egypt Correspondent
Ayman Wahby Taher brings the latest news from around Egypt, including more exciting discoveries in and around the temples of Karnak.
AE reports on the recent civil engineering works, new excavations and conservation work at Luxor.
New views of Luxor temple
AE looks at the many enigmatic colossal statues of Akhenaten surviving from his temple to the Aten at Karnak.
Statues of Akhenaten
Ancient Egyptian Technology
In his third and final article on ancient technology, Denys Stocks shows how the ancient Egyptians had mass-production techniques for cutting and carving the hardest of stones.
An update on information about the forthcoming “Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs” Exhibition in London later this year.
The Dakhleh Oasis Project
In the fourth of a series of articles on the Project, Dr. Colin Hope tells readers about the Roman Period village of Kellis, located at the heart of the Oasis.
Per Mesut: for younger readers
In this edition, Hilary Wilson looks at ancient Egyptian picnics.
From the Editor Maps of Egypt and Timeline Bits and Pieces Letters Subscribers’ Competition Winners 4 4, 5 6 15 55 Subscribe/Back Issues Book Reviews Egyptology Society Details Events Diary Netfishing 56/57 58 62 64 67
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