Chronicle of the Queens of Egypt

2006 Chronicle of the Queens of Egypt, Thames and Hudson 2006.

Brief biographies covering 3,000 years of Egyptian queenship from Early Dynastic times until the suicide of Cleopatra in 30 BC. The stories of famous queens such as Hatshepsut and Nefertiti, plus lesser-known queen consorts, reveal the variety of roles that an Egyptian queen could play, from supportive wife and mother to husband’s deputy in time of crisis, and pharaoh in her own right.

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