This guide will help you find materials on Ancient Egypt at the Vancouver Public Library.
Last Updated: May 9, 2014
This guide is designed to help you begin your research on Ancient Egypt, and use library resources effectively. Information on Ancient Egypt may be found on several floors of the Vancouver Public Library, including Level 6 (Fine Arts and History) and Level 3 (Literature and Social Science). Please ask the Information staff if you need help.
The Complete Royal Families of Ancient Egypt
Call Number: 932 D64c REF
This groundbreaking book illuminates the lives of some 1,300 kings, queens, princes, and princesses of ancient Egypt, unraveling family relationships and exploring the parts they played in politics, cultural life, and religion.
The Egyptian Pyramids A Comprehensive, Illustrated Reference
Call Number: 932 L59e REF
Contains facts on each of the 42 pharaohs and the monuments they constructed. Includes all elements of each pyramid complex that has been discovered, and whether or not a sarcophagus and mummy has been located. Includes many essays and commentaries.
The Thames & Hudson Dictionary of Ancient Egypt
Call Number: 932.03 W68t
An indispensable guide to the greatest civilization of the ancient world that will appeal equally to the general reader, scholars and students, and travellers to the Nile.
World eras. Volume 5 : ancient Egypt, 2615-332 B.C.E.
Call Number: EBook
Examines major civilizations that have flourished from antiquity to modern times, with a global perspective and a strong emphasis on daily life and social history. This volume provides in-depth coverage of ancient Egypt, 2615-332 B.C.E.