Lives and Beliefs of the Ancient Egyptians

This new series on ancient Egypt foregrounds the Egypt Centre at Swansea University’s extensive collection of artefacts. Individual titles will explore the lives and beliefs of the ancient Egyptians and will be thematically wide-ranging, discussing demons of the underworld, spirits of the deceased, and the beliefs and practices of the common people in ancient Egypt as well as those of its kings. Written in an accessible way and fully illustrated, the series will offer an insight into the everyday lives of the people of this fascinating period of history.

Series Editor: Dr Carolyn Graves-Brown, Curator of the Egypt Centre, Swansea University.

Would you like to write for this series? We’d love to hear from you. Please contact Chris Richards, Commissioning and Editorial Assistant at UWP, with your proposal, including a brief synopsis of the proposed work: To read more on the information we require at proposal stage, see our Publish With Us page.