Complete List of Publications

BOOKS FOR ADULTS

  • 2012 Tutankhamen’s Curse, Profile Books, pp 316.  Published in the US as Tutankhamen: The Search for an Egyptian King, Basic Books. Paperback published 2013.
  • 2010 Myths and Legends of Ancient Egypt, Viking/Penguin, pp 384. Paperback published 2011.
  • 2009 The Pharaohs, Quercus, pp 223.
  • 2008 Cleopatra: Last Queen of Egypt, Profile Books, pp 320. Paperback published January 2009.
  • 2007 Egyptian Games and Sports, Shire Books, pp 64.
  • 2006 Chronicle of the Queens of Egypt, Thames and Hudson, pp 224.
  • 2005 Egypt: How a Lost Civilization was Rediscovered BBC Publications, pp 256. Paperback published June 2006.
  • 2005 with Paul Bahn and Douglas Palmer, Unearthing the Past, Mitchell-Beasley, pp 176.
  • 2004 Tales from Ancient Egypt, Rutherford Press, pp 191.
  • 2003 Pyramids: The Real Story Behind Egypt’s Most Ancient Monuments, Viking pp. 262. Paperback published 2004.
  • 2001 Egypt’s Golden Empire, Headline/Review, pp 304. Paperback published 2002.
  • 2000 The Private Lives of the Pharaohs, Channel 4 Books, pp 192. Paperback published 2001.
  • 2000 Judgement of the Pharaoh: Crime and Punishment in Ancient Egypt, Weidenfeld and Nicholson/Phoenix, pp 199. Paperback published 2001.
  • 2000 Ramesses: Egypt’s Greatest Pharaoh, Penguin/Viking, pp 225. Paperback published 2001.
  • 1999 The Mummy: Unwrap the Ancient Secrets of the Mummies’  Tombs, Carlton Books, pp. 128. Republished in 2006 as The Ancient Egyptian Mummy.
  • 1998 Nefertiti: Egypt’s Sun Queen, Viking/Penguin, pp. 232. Paperback published 1999. Revised and extended edition published April 2005.
  • 1996 Hatchepsut: the Female Pharaoh, Viking/Penguin, pp. 270. Paperback published 1998.
  • 1994 Daughters of Isis: Women of Ancient Egypt, Viking/Penguin, pp. 318. Paperback published 1996.
  • 1988 with S.R. Snape Nazlet Tuna: an archaeological survey in Middle Egypt, B.A.R. International Series 414, Oxford, pp. 163.
  • 1987 The Bout Coupe Biface: a typological problem, B.A.R. British Series 170, Oxford, pp. 201.
  • 1986 The Wolvercote Channel Handaxe Assemblage: a Comparative Study, B.A.R. British Series 153, Oxford, pp. 211.

CONTRIBUTIONS TO EDITED BOOKS

  • 2012 Foremost Of Women: The Female Pharaohs Of Ancient Egypt, in Richard Wilkinson ed. Tausret: Forgotten Queen and Pharaoh of Egypt, Oxford University Press. 5-24.
  • 2011 entries on Hatshepsut, Nefertari, Nefertari, Ramesses II, Tutankhamen in The Dictionary of African Biography:.
  • 2009 various entries in Bahn, P. (ed) Legendary Sites of the Ancient World,  Anness Publishing Ltd.
  • 2009 Introduction to The Code-breaker’s Secret Diaries: Rediscovering Ancient Egypt (JF Champollion). Gibson Square Books.
  • 2009 various entries in Bahn, P. (ed) The Great Archaeologists,  Anness Publishing Ltd.
  • 2008 entries on Thutmose III and Ramesses II, in Roberts, A. (ed) The Art of War: Great Commanders of the Ancient and Medieval World, Quercus: 20-35.
  • 2008 various entries in the Encyclopedia of Women’s History.
  • 2008 entries on Pharaonic Egypt, Nefertiti and Cleopatra, Encyclopedia of Sex and Gender.
  • 2007 entries on Hatshepsut, Nefertiti, Isis and Cleopatra’s Legacy, Encyclopaedia Britannica.
  • 2007 entries on Egypt and various, in P. Bahn (ed) The Illustrated World Encyclopaedia of Archaeology, Lorenz Books.
  • 2007 entries on Egypt and various, in P. Bahn (ed) Ancient World in your Pocket, Elwin Street Productions.
  • 2003 Hatchepsut, in R. Pennnington (ed) Amazons to Fighter Pilots, Greenwood Press.
  • 2003 entries on Egypt in P. Bahn (ed) Written in Bones, Quintet.
  • 2002 entries on Egypt in P. Bahn (ed) The Archaeology Companion, Weldon Owen.
  • 2001 entries on prehistoric Western Europe, in P. Bahn (ed) The Penguin Archaeology Guide, London.
  • 2001 entries on Egypt and prehistoric Britain, in P. Bahn (ed) The Archaeology Detectives, Ivy Press (for Readers Digest).
  • 1999 Tuna el Gebel, in K.A. Bard (ed) Encyclopedia of the Archaeology of Ancient Egypt, London and New York.
  • 1992 Entries on prehistoric Western Europe, in P.Bahn (ed) Collins Dictionary of Archaeology, London.
  • 1988 The non-flint artifacts from the Wolvercote Channel, in R.J. McRae and N. Moloney (eds) Non-flint Stone Tools and the Palaeolithic Occupation of Britain, B.A.R. British Series 189, Oxford, 159-164.
  • 1986 A re-assessment of the handaxe assemblage recovered from the Wolvercote Channel, Oxfordshire, in S.N. Collcutt (ed.) The Palaeolithic of Britain and its Nearest Neighbours: recent studies J.R. Collis Publications, Sheffield, 23-25.

ARTICLES AND NOTES

  • 2013 Seth: The Complex God. Ancient Egypt, June & July 13:6: 32-35.
  • 2013 with Johnson, D, Lowe, T, Withers, P.J, & Grady, M.M., Analysis of a prehistoric Egyptian iron bead with implications for the use and perception of meteorite iron in ancient Egypt, Meteoritics and Planetary Science 48: 6: 997-1006.
  • 2013 Tutankhamun: Life after Death. Ancient Egypt, April & May 13:5: 47-9.
  • 2012 Hathor: The Golden One. Ancient Egypt, December & January 13:3: 52-55.
  • 2012 Egyptology e-Books: good news or bad? Ancient Egypt, October & November 13:2: 54-5.
  • 2012 Isis: Great of Magic. Ancient Egypt, August & September 13:1: 50-3.
  • 2012 Osiris: King of the Dead. Ancient Egypt, April & May 12: 5: 42-5.
  • 2011, with Johnson, D. and Grady, M.M., Gerzeh, a prehistoric Egyptian meteorite, Meteorics and Planetary Science 46(S1) A114.
  • 2011 Atum: Creating the World. Ancient Egypt, Dec & Jan 12: 3: 25-7.
  • 2011 Cleopatra: “Signposts: Review Article History Today 61:1: 55-7.
  • 2010 Tomb Readers. Review article Financial Times 24 December 2010: 10.
  • 2009 The Other Cleopatras. Western Australia Museum Centre for Ancient Egyptian Studies 7: 33-36.
  • 2008 Manchester Egyptology on-line! Western Australia Museum Centre for Ancient Egyptian Studies 6: 9-11.
  • 2008 I Cleopatra, Natural History 10/08: 42-7
  • 2007 The King is Back, BBC Focus Magazine, 183: November: 33-40.
  • 2005 The Mummy Who Tried to Get Carter, BBC History Magazine, 71: November: 28-31.
  • 2005 Reader in the Sands of Time, Times 08.10.05
  • 2004 The Story of the Destruction of Mankind, Ancient Egypt, Dec & Jan 5:3: 12-6.
  • 2004 Crime and Punishment in Ancient Egypt, Ancient Egypt, June & July 4:6: 30-4.
  • 2003a Exploring Khufu’s Great Pyramid, Ancient Egypt, Dec & Jan 4:3: 14-9.
  • 2003b Nefertiti; Egypt’s sun queen (two-part article) Ancient Egypt, May & June 3:6: 14-9 and July & Aug 4:1: 14-9.
  • 2002 Hatshepsut: The Female Pharaoh, Ancient Egypt, May & June 2:6: 14-9.
  • 2001 Crime and Punishment in Ancient Egypt, Egypt Revealed March/April, 32-7.
  • 1995 with S.R. Snape, Ancient Egypt: Dossier special, Focus Magazine 45-53.
  • 1994 Marriage and Motherhood in Ancient Egypt, History Today 44:4: 20-6.
  • 1987 Le site Paleolithique de Wolvercote, L’Anthropologie 91:1: 319-21.
  • 1985a Sites of the Eastern Nile Delta, Popular Archaeology 6/9: 31-6.
  • 1985b with R. Holgate, A handaxe from West Kennet, Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine 79: 225-6.
  • 1985c A bout coupé handaxe from Hampshire, Proceedings of the Hampshire Field Cub 41: 270-1.
  • 1985d with J.A., Johnson and S.R. Snape, “Shape” in archaeological artifacts: two case studies using a new analytical method, Oxford Journal Of Archaeology 4:1: 19-30.
  • 1984 with A.P. Cookson, A Middle Palaeolithic flint handaxe from Aylestone, Leicester, Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society 59: 13-6.
  • 1983a with P.G. Bahn, Use of plants in the European Palaeolithic: a review of the evidence, Quaternary Science Reviews 2: 53-81.
  • 1983b A “bout-coupé” handaxe from Billingshurst, Sussex, Sussex Archaeological Collections 121: 183-4.
  • 1983c with S.R. Snape, Two Egyptian flint knapping scenes, Lithics  4: 46-7.
  • 1983d Note on a Palaeolithic biface from Finstock, Oxfordshire, Oxoniensia 68: 143-4.
  • 1983e Two bout coupé bifaces from Oxfordshire, Oxoniensia 68: 149-152.
  • 1981 A “bout-coupé” handaxe from Maidenhead, Berkshire Archaeological Journal 17: 89-90.

WRITINGS FOR CHILDREN

  • 2012  How did the Build the Pyramids in Eypt?, in Big Questions from Little People, ed G. Elwi Harris, Faber and Faber 177-8.
  • 2011 The Lost Scroll: a play for children written to celebrate the Garstang anniversary, Kendal Museum.
  • 2008 Most Noble of Noble Women, Female Sphinxes and Queens Rule, Calliope Magazine 19:1, 2-3, 28-29, 38-40.
  • 2008 That which is Brilliant, Calliope Magazine 18:9: 12-14.
  • 2008 A Shipwrecked Sailor, Calliope Magazine 18:6: 2-3.
  • 2008 Its a Woman!, Dig Magazine 10:1: 21-23.
  • 2007 Mummy Mysteries: The Secret World of Tutankhamun and the Pharaohs, Carlton Books. Published as Mummies and Pyramids under the pseudonym Anne Bolton in the US. pp30.
  • 2007 Insiders
  • Egypt, Weldon Owen, pp 64.
  • 2007 The Search for Nefertiti, and The Amarna Prioncesses, Calliope Magazine 18:1: 16-19, 20-22.
  • 2006 Who was Khufu?, The Tale of Prince Hardjedef and The End of an Era, Dig Magazine 8:7.
  • 2006 On Site with Dr Dig Dig Magazine, 8:2.
  • 2006 Find of a Century; Who was king Tut?, Dig Magazine, 8:1.
  • 2006 Read Me!, Dig Magazine May/June 8:5.
  • 2005 Stories from Ancient Egypt, Rutherford Press Limited, pp107.
  • 2005 Consultant on Hatshepsut, the Princess who became King, National Geographic (author E. Galford).
  • 2005 A Show of Courage; The Young Soldier; Nile Styles; The Beautiful Nefertari; Ramesses’ Legacy, Calliope Magazine October 16:2.
  • 2005 Secrets of the Bog, Preserving the Bodies; Fashion Victim; Make a Bog Braid, Dig Magazine Sept 7:7.
  • 2005 Stairways to Heaven, Odyssey Magazine 14:3: 6-10.
  • 2004 Stairway to Heaven, Dig Magazine, Nov/Dec 6-9.

INTERNET PUBLICATIONS

  • 2012 Cleopatra: ABC Clio Analyze. World History: Ancient and Medieval Eras.
  • 2008 Cleopatra, History News Network.
  • 2005 Ancient Egypt and the Modern World, BBC History Webpage.
  • 2002 The Evolution of the Pyramid: Gallery, BBC History Webpage.
  • 2002 The Private Lives of the Pyramid Builders, BBC History Webpage.
  • 2002-2010. Dr Dig for Dig Magazine (www.digonsite.com) answering questions posed by children both via a webpage and Dig Magazine.
  • 2001 Hatshepsut and Tuthmosis: the royal rivals, BBC History Webpage