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Nefertiti free pdf Women whose artistic, social, political, scientific, and religious influences have continued across generations are honored in this series of biographies. Engaging presentations of each woman's cultural context, social position, and personal history enrich discussions of their significant contributions to the history of art and society. "Mujeres que han tenido influencia artistica, politica, cientifica y religiosa son honoradas en esta serie de biografias. Presentaciones del contexto cultural, posicion social e historia personal de cada mujer enriquecen los discursos de sus contribuciones significantes a la historia del arte y la sociedad."

About Teresa Armijo

Teresa Armijo is a member of the Asociacion Internacional de Egiptologos as well as the Egypt Exploration Society and the author of "Los pilares de El-Amarna: Evolucion de la dinastia de XVIII egipcia, causante del fenomeno amarnico."

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Author : Teresa Armijo
Publisher : Edimat Libros
Data Published : 01 April 2007
ISBN : 8497647416
EAN : 9788497647410
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 192 pages
Age + : 10-14 years
Language : English
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