The Art and Architecture of Ancient Egypt

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BIBLIOGRAPHY
The following works are of general interest, some especially for their illustrations. Others are quoted in the Notes.
GENERAL WORKS
ALDRED, C. The Development of Egyptian Art, London, 1952. Original edition in 3 vols: Old Kingdom Art in Ancient Egypt, London, 1949. Middle Kingdom Art in Ancient Egypt, London, 1950. New Kingdom Art in Ancient Egypt during the Eighteenth Dynasty, London, 1951.
BREASTED, J. H. Ancient Records of Egypt. Vols 1-v. Chicago, 1906-7.
CARTER, H. and MACE, A. The Tomb of Tut-ankhamen. 3 vols. London, 1923-33.
CAPART, J. L'Art égyptien. 2 vols. Brussels, 1909, 1911. Deuxième Partie: I, L'Architecture, 1922. II, La Statuaire, 1948. III, Les Arts graphiques, 1942. IV, Les Arts mineurs, 1947.
CAPART, J. Documents pour servir à l'étude de I'art égyptien. 2 vols. Paris, 1927, 1931.
DRIOTON, É. and VANDIER, J. Les Peuples de l'orient méditerranéen, II. L'Égypte ( 'Clio'). 3rd ed. Paris, 1952.
Encyclopédie photographique de I'art. Le Musée du Caire. Paris, 1949.
ERMAN, A. The Literature of the Ancient Egyptians. Translated by A. M. Blackman. London, 1927.
Fox, P. Tutankhamun's Treasure. London, 1951.
FRANKFORT, H., FRANKFORT, H. A., WILSON, J. A. , and JACOBSEN, T. Before Philosophy. Harmondsworth, 1949. Original Edition: The Intellectual Adventure of Ancient Man. Chicago, 1946.
GROENEWEGEN-FRANKFORT, H. A. Arrest and Movement. London, 1951.
HAMANN, R. Ägyptische Kunst. Berlin, 1944.
HAYES, W. C. The Scepter of Egypt. New York, 1953.
LANGE, K., and HIRMER, M. Egypt, Architecture, Sculpture and Painting in Three Thousand Years. London, 1956.
LUCAS, A. Ancient Egyptian Materials and Industries. 3rd ed. London, 1948.
PORTER, B., and Moss, R. Topographical Bibliography of Ancient Hieroglyphic Texts, Reliefs and Paintings. Vols I-VII. Oxford, 1927-51.
PRITCHARD, J. B. (ed.). Ancient Near Eastern Texts relating to the Old Testament. Princeton, 1950.
RANKE, H. The Art of Ancient Egypt. Vienna, 1936.
Ross, E. D. (ed.). The Art of Egypt through the Ages. New York and London, 1931.
SCHÄFER, H., and ANDRAE, W. Die Kunst des alten Orients. Berlin, 1925. 3rd ed. 1942.
SCHÄFER, H. Von ägyptischer Kunst. Leipzig, 1930.
SMITH, W. S. Ancient Egypt as Represented in the Museum of Fine Arts. 3rd ed. Boston, 1952.
STEINDORFF, G. Die Kunst der Ägypter. Leipzig, 1928.
STEINDORFF, G., and SEELE, K. When Egypt Ruled the East. Chicago, 1942; 2nd revised ed. 1957.
VANDIER, J. Manuel d'archéologie éyptienne. 2 vols in 4 parts. Paris, 1952-5. I: Les Époques deformation; part 1 : La Préhistoire; part 2: Les Trois premières dynasties. II: Les Grandes époques; part 1: L'Architecture funéraire; part 2: L'Architecture réligieuse et civile.
WILSON, J. The Burden of Egypt. Chicago, 1951.
WINLOCK, H. E. The Rise and Fall of the Middle Kingdom at Thebes. New York, 1947.
WINLOCK, H. E. Excavations at Deir el Bahri. New York, 1942.

ARCHITECTURE
BADAWY, A. A History of Egyptian Architecture, I. From the Earliest Times to the End of the Old Kingdom. Giza, 1954.
CLARKE, S., and ENGELBACH, R. Ancient Egyptian Masonry. London, 1930.
EDWARDS, I. E. S. The Pyramids of Egypt. Harmondsworth, 1947.
SMITH, E. B. Egyptian Architecture as Cultural Expression. New York, 1938.

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