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An enjoyable book by a skilled author' Financial Times The civilization we know as Ancient Egypt stretched over three thousand years. What was life like for ancient Egyptians? What were their beliefs - and how different were they from ours?
Joyce Ann Tyldesley born 25 February  is a British archaeologist and Egyptologist , academic, writer and broadcaster who specialises in the women of ancient Egypt. Tyldesley was born in Bolton , Lancashire  and attended Bolton School. In she was awarded a doctorate in Prehistoric Archaeology from Oxford University. Her thesis was written about Mousterian bifaces handaxes in Northern Europe. Tyldesley then joined the staff of Liverpool University, teaching Prehistoric Archaeology. Tyldesley has 2 children, Philippa and Jack.
Philippa works as a civil servant, and her son Jack is a freelance wall-painting conservator who also works for the Royal Institute of British Architects. She is currently Professor of Egyptology in the Department of Classics, Ancient History, Archaeology and Egyptology where she is tutor and Programme Director of the three-year online Certificate in Egyptology programme, the two-year online Diploma in Egyptology programme and the two year part-time online MA in Egyptology programme.
Mumford the Mummy is a series of lessons aimed at Key Stage 2 primary school children, freely available via Nearpod. In Tyldesley was awarded an honorary doctorate by the University of Bolton in recognition of her contribution to education. Tyldesley has extensive archaeological fieldwork experience, having excavated in Britain, Europe and Egypt where she worked with the British Museum at Ashmunein, with Liverpool University in the Eastern Nile Delta, and where she conducted her own field survey at Tuna el-Gebel.
Tyldesley is a part-qualified Chartered Accountant, and spent 17 years supporting her writing career by working as small business manager for Crossley and Davis Chartered Accountants in Bolton.
In Tyldesley established, with Dr. Steven Snape, Rutherford Press Limited, a publishing firm dedicated to publishing serious but accessible books on ancient Egypt while raising money for Egyptology field work. Rutherford Press closed in February , to allow Tyldesley to concentrate on her teaching. Tyldesley has written a wide variety of academic and popular books for adults and children, including books to accompany the television series Private Lives of the Pharaohs Channel 4 , Egypt's Golden Empire Lion Television and Egypt BBC.
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This new volume in the popular Complete series reveals the essential role played by women in the royal household in ancient Egypt. A highly readable and authoritative account, it is ideal for home, university, or school reference. Supreme Council of Antiquities Archaeology and Ancient Egypt. This authoritative publication remains the definitive source for the findings of the various archaeological excavations undertaken in Egypt.
Joyce Ann Tyldesley born 25 February  is a British archaeologist and Egyptologist , academic, writer and broadcaster who specialises in the women of ancient Egypt. Tyldesley was born in Bolton , Lancashire  and attended Bolton School. In she was awarded a doctorate in Prehistoric Archaeology from Oxford University. Her thesis was written about Mousterian bifaces handaxes in Northern Europe. Tyldesley then joined the staff of Liverpool University, teaching Prehistoric Archaeology.
After the Roman armies of Octavian the future emperor Augustus defeated their combined forces, Antony and Cleopatra committed suicide, and Egypt fell under Roman domination. Cleopatra actively influenced Roman politics at a crucial period, and she came to represent, as did no other woman of antiquity, the prototype of the romantic femme fatale. She came to represent, as did no other woman of antiquity, the prototype of the romantic femme fatale.
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