A very recommendable book with easy to read text.
This book provides a valuable reassessment of the reign of Hatchepsut - and places her firmly as one of Egypt's great monarchs and certainly the greatest female King.
At the same time as she displays a scholar's caution in weighing evidence and interpretation, Tyldesley writes a very readable book.
This used hardback was in perfect condition at about 15% the original price. I had bought it years ago, but never got around to reading it. Now I'm enjoying it so much. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Karen L. Parlette
A very interesting and readable book for all non-Egyptologists who have at least some knowledge of 18th dynasty happenings in Egypt. . Read morePublished 6 months ago by P. E. Van Heeswijck
Hatchepsut has fascinated the popular imagination by cross-dressing as a man, donning a man's kilt, wearing a false beard, and claiming herself as a king rather than a queen. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Lauralee Jacks
Not only was this an interested book for my class, the book also was in great shape and has an easy to read font/ size.Published 15 months ago by Elizabeth
This book provides a valuable reassessment of the reign of Hatchepsut - and places her firmly as one of Egypt's great monarchs and certainly the greatest female King. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Harry
Book arrived on time, have enjoyed reading it. I would buy more used books from dealer, the book was everything he said was.Published 15 months ago by Miege
I would recommend this book to any one who has an interest in this Pharaoh in particular,or ancient Egyptian history in general.
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We're big ancient Egypt people, so my daughter loved the book about this queen who became Pharaoh. Excellent book for those of us who still enjoy learning.Published 20 months ago by Denise M. Crosby
I found myself scanning the pages just for Hatshepsut's name. This is a great book if you want to learn about Egypt's daily life and beliefs but tells you nothing about the... Read morePublished on July 1, 2012 by Julia