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Ancient Egypt Index
- Articles on pharaoh Maatkare Hatshepsut, priestesses, and roles of Egyptian women.
Ankhesenamun: Princess of Amarna
- Biography of Ankhesenpaaten/Queen Ankhesenamun of ancient Egypt, wife of Tutankhamen.
Cleopatra VII, the Last Pharaoh
- Condensed biography, bibliography and links on the life of Cleopatra: part of larger site about royal rulers throughout history.
Egypt Women in Ancient Egyptian Religion, Part II, The Divine Adoratrice and God's Wife of Amun in the Third Intermediate Period
- Part 2 of series regarding women's place in Egyptian religious celebration in the Old/New Kingdoms (see also http://www.touregypt.net/featurestories/women1.htm)
Egypt: Women in Religion in the Old-New Kingdoms, Part I
- Article outlining women's place in Egyptian religious activity in Egypt (Part 1 of 2).
The Egyptian Economy and Non-royal Women.
- The economics of women's life in ancient Egypt from 1995 lecture, Brown University.
Egyptian women in Ptolemaic and Roman Egypt
- Dissertation on economic, legal activities of women in Ptolemaic and Roman Egypt reflected in surviving texts; footnotes and sources.
From Warrior Women to Female Pharaohs: Careers for Women in Ancient Egypt
- Part of BBC's ancient history articles, this site deals with multiple aspects of the lives of women in Ancient Egypt.
The Great Queens of Egypt
- Biographies of famous queens of Ancient Egypt: Ankhesenamun, Cleopatra VII, Hatshepsut, Nefertari, and Nefertiti.
A Woman called Egypt
- Educational site from "ThinkQuest" Library where students can learn about Cleopatra by participating in an interactive "play." Articles about relevant history, biography, "costuming" and settings.
Women and Gender in Ancient Egypt
- Online exhibition using Egyptian artifacts to highlight roles, lives of women in Ancient Egypt and their context in gender relations elsewhere. Exhibit mounted by Kelsey Museum, 1997.
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