Akhenaten and Nefertiti (Cyril Aldred)

Akhenaten and Nefertiti (Cyril Aldred)
Publisher: The Brooklyn Museum in association with The Viking Press, Inc. | ISBN: 0670111392 | 232 pages | 1973 | File type: PDF | 135 mb

The book Mr. C. Aldred has produced for The Brooklyn Museum is more than a mere catalogue. It not only contains meticulous descriptions of about 180 objects gathered in Europe and the Unated States especially for this exhibition, but it also provides an Introductions that offers a new interpritation of the fateful seventeen years (1378-1362 B.C.) during which Akhenaten and his consort Nefertiti broke with a tradition of one and a half millennia in an endeavor to create a new philosophy of life and a new style of art. Beautifully written and abundantly illustrated, Mr. Aldred's book should serve for years to come as a commentary on one of the most complex and controversial periods of Egyptian art and history.



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