History of Egypt

Frederick C. H. WENDEL (1850 - ?)

The history of Egypt from the earliest times to the conquest by Alexander the Great, covering the development of Egyptian civilization: science, religion, art, language and literature. This book is written for the interested layperson, requiring no prior knowledge of Egypt, and in approachable everyday language. (Summary by Beth Thomas)

Genre(s): Antiquity

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 00 Preface DJRickyV
00:05:57
Play 01 Introductory, Part 1 DJRickyV
00:41:57
Play 02 Introductory, Part 2 DJRickyV
00:49:47
Play 03 The Old Empire DJRickyV
00:53:06
Play 04 From the 7th Dynasty to the close of the 12th DJRickyV
00:43:15
Play 05 The Decline of the Egyptian Kingdom and the Hyksos Domination Owen Cook
00:19:41
Play 06 From the Expulsion of the Hyksos to the close of the 18th Dynasty Lynda Marie Neilson
00:58:16
Play 07 The 19th Dynasty Sarah Lorenowich
00:36:02
Play 08 The Close of the New Empire and the Period of Decline SaraHale
00:49:34
Play 09 The Aethiopians and Assyrians in Egypt Owen Cook
00:29:48
Play 10 The 26th Dynasty - The Egyptian Renaissance DJRickyV
00:42:12
Play 11 From the Persian Conquest to the Invasion of Alexander the Great, Part 1 DJRickyV
00:41:52
Play 12 From the Persian Conquest to the Invasion of Alexander the Great, Part 2 DJRickyV
00:47:16