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~HMSO Books Gifts of the Nile PIOTR BIENKOWSKI AND ANGELA M J TOOLEY This book includes less well-known aspects ofEgypt's ancient heritage, such as the culture of the Copts in Christian Egypt, and the kingdom ofMeroe in Nubia . Focusing on the Egyptian antiquities in the Liverpool Museum's collections, from mysterious mummies and gorgeous jewels to everyday baskets and toys, Gifts of the ile provides a colourful introduction to the land and its culture in ancient rimes. Illustrated in full colour throughout, with easy-to-read text and a comprehensive glossary, this is an ideal basic guide to the arts and crafts of ancient Egypt.
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The Medieval Horse and its Equipment Number 5 in the series: Medieval Finds from Excavations in London. EDITED BY JOHN CLARK Horses played a vital role in medieval .life, whether as richly caparisoned knight's chargers or humble beasts ofburden. Archaeological sites in the City ofLondon have uncovered an astonishing and valuable array of equestrian equipment- from bridle buckles and harness pendants to stirrups, spurs and skeletal remains- providing a fascinating picture oflife in the Middle Ages and making essential reading for scholars of medieval and equestrian history, those investigating London and its medieval infrastructure, and horse enthusiasts everywhere. The Museum of London. Paperback ( 189x246mm ) with over 200 pages of descriptions, illustrations, photographs, diagrams, maps, paintings and tables of over 400 finds. ISBN 0 11 290485 8 Price£27.95 Other titles available from the series include : Shoes and Pattens, Dress Accessories, and Textiles and Clothing.
Transatlantic Slavery: Against Human Dignity EDITED BY ANTHONY TIBBLES Transatlantic slavery changed the histor y of three continents; Mrica, America and Europe. A new gallery at Merseyside Maritime Museum- and this publication with essays by many of the gallery's consultants- seek to exorcise taboos. We all share the legacy of the past. Here we have a valuable opportunity to increase our understanding of it. This is essential reference for historians and social historians, sociologists and anthropologists. 168 pages illustrated in colour and black & white ISB 0 ll 290545 5 Hardback£29.95 ISBN 0 11 290539 0 Paperback£14.95 HMSO books are available from: All good booksellers , HMSO Bookshops ,md Agents (sec Yellow Pages: Booksellers ). Mail order: HMSO Public,ltions Centre, PO Box 276 , London SW8 SOT. (Post aud packing is free . Plensc make cbcqucs pavabh- to 'HMSO Books '.) Credit card orders: Tt:l 0171 873 9090 1-nx 0171 873 8200
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