AE 128

Volume 22, Issue 128, Nov/Dec 2021

Rome in Egypt: Augustus and the First Emperors

In the first of two articles about Roman Egypt, Andrew Fulton looks at the political and religious changes that took place in the early days of Rome’s newest province.

The Quarry Workers of Ancient Egypt

Geoffrey Ponton tells us about the lives of the unsung heroes who obtained the building materials for the great temples of Egypt.

You’re in the Army Now!

Kim Masters describes the less-than-pleasant life of a soldier in the ancient Egyptian army.

Sekhmet, Mistress of Plague

Geoffrey Lenox-Smith says that the ancient Egyptians turned to Sekhmet for help when they were struck down with disease.

Kings from Kush

In the second part of his investigation into the order of succession of the pharaohs of the Twenty-fifth Dynasty, Robert Morkot turns to ancient Assyrian sources.

Highlights of Manchester Museum

Campbell Price identifies a Gilded Statuette of Osiris.

Per Mesut: for Younger Readers

Hilary Wilson looks at the types of Awards, Honours and Titles that might be awarded to Egyptians who had gained the pharaoh’s favour.


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