The Crown of Thorns




Total Pages:400



Books Description:

Take a dazzling journey through time with Tim Power’s classic, Philip K. Dick Award-winning tale... “There have been other novels in the genre about time travel, but none with The Anubis Gates’ unique slant on the material, nor its bottomless well of inventiveness. It’s literally in a class by itself, a model for others to follow, and it's easy to see how it put Powers on the map.”—SF Reviews Brendan Doyle, a specialist in the work of the early-nineteenth century poet William Ashbless, reluctantly accepts an invitation from a millionaire to act as a guide to time-travelling tourists. But while attending a lecture given by Samuel Taylor Coleridge in 1810, he becomes marooned in Regency London, where dark and dangerous forces know about the gates in time. Caught up in the intrigue between rival bands of beggars, pursued by Egyptian sorcerers, and befriended by Coleridge, Doyle somehow survives and learns more about the mysterious Ashbless than he could ever have imagined possible...

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Author:Ibrahim al-Koni

Publisher:Oxford University Press


Total Pages:208



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A Tuareg youth ventures into trackless desert on a life-threatening quest to find the father he remembers only as a shadow from his childhood, but the spirit world frustrates and tests his resolve. For a time, he is rewarded with the Eden of a lost oasis, but eventually, as new settlers crowd in, its destiny mimics the rise of human civilization. Over the sands and the years, the hero is pursued by a lover who matures into a sibyl-like priestess. The Libyan Tuareg author Ibrahim al-Koni, who has earned a reputation as a major figure in Arabic literature with his many novels and collections of short stories, has used Tuareg folklore about Anubis, the ancient Egyptian god of the underworld, to craft a novel that is both a lyrical evocation of the desert's beauty and a chilling narrative in which thirst, incest, patricide, animal metamorphosis, and human sacrifice are more than plot devices. The novel concludes with Tuareg sayings collected by the author in his search for the historical Anubis from matriarchs and sages during trips to Tuareg encampments, and from inscriptions in the ancient Tifinagh script in caves and on tattered manuscripts. In this novel, fantastic mythology becomes universal, specific, and modern.

At Odds with Anubis

Author:Noëlle Nevils Lanier

Publisher:Author House


Total Pages:200



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The old woman feels her world slipping away from her minute by minute; like a drowning victim, her entire life is spinning past her. A life of pain and sorrow. Amelia Monroe knew that hers had been an unenviable and tortured life. Not the extraordinary wealth, prominence of her New Orleans heritage, nor good deeds kept her safe from the malevolent forces surrounding her; not even the brink of madness could shelter her. She had accepted long ago that no faith in a higher power, or knowledge of any kind, could protect her against the strange and horrific events orchestrated and played out by the spirit of Minette Dupre. A young mulatto girl, who, in life, found no happiness and, in death, took that angst into an inescapable place. Unable to make peace with Anubis and go through death’s door, Minette, like a trapped animal, lashed out in bitterness to terrorize the family she loathed and cursed before her death. And now, with each familial generation Minette haunts, the intensity of her evil powers hold no bounds. Not heaven or hell could contain this angry entity. Now, as the matriarch, and last of her family’s bloodline, lies dying, Amelia finally faces her ghostly adversary and all of the demonic forces brought with it.

Murder in the Place of Anubis

Author:Lynda S. Robinson

Publisher:Open Road Media


Total Pages:224



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“This exceptional debut melds ancient Egyptian religious belief and practice with court intrigue to produce a riveting mystery.” —Publishers Weekly, starred review The body of a much-hated scribe has been found in the sacred place of embalming, and the resulting outrage could threaten the reign of Tutankhamun. So the boy king tasks his investigator, Lord Meren, to look into the crime. The quest will take Meren into the worlds of nobles, slaves, and schemers in the royal court—all while he fights to keep the teenaged pharaoh safe from those who would take advantage of this crisis . . . “It’s always a pleasure to negotiate the treacherous corridors of power with Lord Meren.” —The New York Times Book Review “Robinson’s research, both criminological and archaeological, serves her well.” —San Jose Mercury News “A marvelous series.” —Historical Novel Society


Author:Virginia Loh-Hagan

Publisher:Cherry Lake


Total Pages:32



Books Description:

Anubis in the Gods and Goddesses of the Ancient World series explores the fascinating drama, love stories, and destruction in the myths surrounding the ancient Egyptian god of the dead. Book includes history, myths, and a family tree. Written with a high interest level to appeal to a more mature audience and a lower level of complexity with clear visuals to help struggling readers along. Considerate text includes tons of fascinating information and wild facts that will hold the readers' interest, allowing for successful mastery and comprehension. A table of contents, glossary with simplified pronunciations, and index all enhance comprehension.

Anubis Key

Author:David Wood,Alan Baxter

Publisher:Adrenaline Press


Total Pages:256



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Some doors should never be opened. When Rose Black’s sister goes missing, she once again calls upon Jake Crowley for help, but the two get more than they bargained for. The search takes them on a twisting journey, where danger lies at every turn. From ancient pyramids to lost cities, deadly cultists and conspirators lie in wait as Jake and Rose navigate depths few have dared on a pulse-pounding search for the ANUBIS KEY! Praise for David Wood and Alan Baxter "A genuine up all night got to see what happens next thriller that grabs you from the first page and doesn't let go until the last." Steven Savile, author of SILVER “Mixing history and lore with science and action, David Wood and Alan Baxter have penned a thriller that is hard to put down.” —Jeremy Robinson, author of Island 731 “Bone-cracking terror from the stygian depths, Primordial explodes off the page!.” –Lee Murray, author, Into the Mist “One of the best, the most thoroughly delightful and satisfying, books that I've read in quite some time. A serious out-of-the-park type of home run hit.” —Christine Morgan, The Horror Fiction Review “A sinister tale of black magic and horror – not for the faint hearted.” - Greig Beck, bestselling author of Beneath the Dark Ice and Black Mountain “With mysterious rituals, macabre rites and superb supernatural action scenes, Wood and Baxter deliver a fast-paced horror thriller.” -J.F.Penn, author of the bestselling ARKANE thriller series "Wood and Baxter have taken on the classic black magic/cult conspiracy subgenre, chucked in a toxic mix of weirdness, creepshow chills and action, and created a tale that reads like a latter-day Hammer Horror thriller. Nice, dark fun."-Robert Hood, author of Immaterial and Fragments of a Broken Land: Valarl Undead

Supernatural - Children of Anubis

Author:Tim Waggoner

Publisher:Titan Books (US, CA)


Total Pages:320



Books Description:

A brand new Supernatural novel inspired by the record-breaking show starring Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles. A brand-new Supernatural novel that reveals a previously unseen adventure for the Winchester brothers, from the hit TV series! Sam and Dean travel to Indiana, to investigate a murder that could be the work of a werewolf. But they soon discover that werewolves aren't the only things going bump in the night. The town is also home to a pack of jakkals who worship the god Anubis: carrion-eating scavengers who hate werewolves. With the help of Garth, the Winchester brothers must stop the werewolf-jakkal turf war before it engulfs the town - and before the god Anubis is awakened...

Anubis' Warriors

Author:Marisa Chenery

Publisher:Marisa Chenery


Total Pages:228



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All four books in the Anubis' Warriors series. Embraced by a Warrior As a warrior of Anubis, Darius always believed he was destined to be alone. After eight hundred years, he begins to question what he has always known. He finds a woman who stirs not only his desire but his heart as well. Her Eternal Warrior Protecting mortals from the evil preying upon them is Tor’s number one job. His dying pledge to serve the Egyptian god Anubis gave him immortality and a life of solitude as a jackal shifter—for thousands of years. All that changes when he saves a young woman from being attacked. Warrior Surrender Jaxon never wanted to tie himself down to a single woman, not even when he was mortal. When a sexy temptress collides with him on the street, dumping her coffee all over his chest, he sees the opportunity for another installment of his modus operandi—seduce, bed, and then leave. A Warrior to Love A warrior of Anubis since 1920, Konner finds the loneliness of his life getting to him. The sexy damsel in distress stirs passions long buried. He must have her—in his life and in his bed. She’s everything he’s ever wanted in his long existence, but the nature of who he is could end this love affair before he has a chance at forever.

Anubis: Death's Mistress

Author:Erik Schubach

Publisher:Erik Schubach


Total Pages:200



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Professor Aya Bane, self proclaimed Indiana Jones of archeology (yes, she may be that much of a geek) finds herself thrown into a world of ancient gods and unexplained murders in Egypt while on a dig. Called in for a consult to an excavation at a suspected temple of Anubis, god of the underworld, she is embroiled in a series of fantastical events. Her dreams are filled with visions of a deadly woman with a jackal's head, committing the murders attributed to a serial killer called the Pharaoh, leaving the victims as mummified husks. With Lazarus involved, it is just a matter of time before the New Sentinels arrive to aid Aya and her newfound allies, as she tries to understand what is happening with her.

The Sphinx Mystery

Author:Robert Temple

Publisher:Simon and Schuster


Total Pages:576



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A book that verifies the existence of secret underground chambers beneath the Sphinx and demonstrates its origins as the Egyptian god of the dead, Anubis • Includes an anthology of eyewitness accounts from early travelers who explored the secret chambers before they were sealed in 1926 • Reveals that the Sphinx was originally carved as a monumental crouching Anubis, the Egyptian jackal god of the necropolis Shrouded in mystery for centuries, the Sphinx of Giza has frustrated many who have attempted to discover its original purpose. Accounts exist of the Sphinx as an oracle, as a king’s burial chamber, and as a temple for initiation into the Hermetic Mysteries. Egyptologists have argued for decades about whether there are secret chambers underneath the Sphinx, why the head-to-body ratio is out of proportion, and whose face adorns it. In The Sphinx Mystery, Robert Temple addresses the many mysteries of the Sphinx. He presents eyewitness accounts, published over a period of 281 years, of people who saw the secret chambers and even went inside them before they were sealed in 1926--accounts that had been forgotten until the author rediscovered them. He also describes his own exploration of a tunnel at the rear of the Sphinx, perhaps used for obtaining sacred divinatory dreams. Robert Temple reveals that the Sphinx was originally a monumental Anubis, the Egyptian jackal god, and that its face is that of a Middle Kingdom Pharaoh, Amenemhet II, which was a later re-carving. In addition, he provides photographic evidence of ancient sluice gate traces to demonstrate that, during the Old Kingdom, the Sphinx as Anubis sat surrounded by a moat filled with water--called Jackal Lake in the ancient Pyramid Texts--where religious ceremonies were held. He also provides evidence that the exact size and position of the Sphinx were geometrically determined in relation to the pyramids of Cheops and Chephren and that it was part of a pharaonic resurrection cult.

The Anubis Prince

Author:Anthony McCloud

Publisher:Page Publishing Inc


Total Pages:440



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McCloud/ The Anubis Prince 215 Michael Johnson is a five-thousand-year-old prince with no memory of his past lives and is found stuck between his previous one and his current one. With the help of his older brother, they both must take the journey to find out what they left behind and what lies ahead. Once he takes the first step, he discovers that it is a lot more than just finding out who he was but protecting the future from an evil goddess that’s been conquering this world for eons and that he is a sole key to an underground war that’s been ravaging the past, present, and future as he becomes the prince over all of mankind.

Anubis, Anubis

Author:Vincent BOLY

Publisher:Editions L\'Harmattan


Total Pages:244



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Année 1915, le célèbre explorateur Norman Davies étudie le premier la tombe du scribe Nakht près de la Vallée des Rois à Louxor. A l'entrée, se trouve la statuette de Nakht, trésor inestimable que l'égyptologue photographie et dessine avant de l'expédier en toute discrétion vers un musée new-yorkais. Mais l'Europe connaît la Grande Guerre, et les sous-marins allemands enverront par le fond un seul bâtiment battant pavillon américain : celui-là même qui transporte la statuette. Disparue à jamais la belle antiquité ?

Divergence with Genetic Exchange

Author:Michael L. Arnold

Publisher:OUP Oxford


Total Pages:272



Books Description:

The study of genetic exchange resulting from natural hybridization, horizontal gene transfer, and viral recombination has long been marked by controversy between researchers holding different conceptual frameworks. Those subscribing to a doctrine of 'species purity' have traditionally been reluctant to recognise inferences suggesting anything other than a marginal role for non-allopatric divergence leading to gene transfer between different lineages. However, an increasing number of evolutionary biologists now accept that there is a growing body of evidence indicating the existence of non-allopatric diversification across many lineages and all domains of biological diversity. Divergence with Genetic Exchange investigates the mechanisms associated with evolutionary divergence and diversification, focussing on the role played by the exchange of genes between divergent lineages, a process recently termed 'divergence-with-gene-flow'. Although the mechanisms by which such divergent forms of life exchange genomic material may differ widely, the outcomes of interest - adaptive evolution and the formation of new hybrid lineages - do not. Successive chapters cover the history of the field, detection methodologies, outcomes, implications for conservation programs, and the effects on the human lineage associated with the process of genetic transfer between divergent lineages. This research level text is suitable for senior undergraduate and graduate level students taking related courses in departments of genetics, ecology and evolution. It will also be of relevance and use to professional evolutionary biologists and systematists seeking a comprehensive and authoritative overview of this rapidly expanding field.

An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary

Author:E. A. Wallis Budge

Publisher:Cosimo, Inc.


Total Pages:738



Books Description:

An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, a two volume set written by Egyptian expert E.A. Wallis Budge, is quite simply one of the most comprehensive and detailed dictionaries of Egyptian hieroglyphs with English to accompany it. The series includes a detailed Introduction by the author with key words and glyphs, a bibliography of works used to help with translation and research, glyphs organized alphabetically by the Egyptian alphabet with accompanying words and English translations, tables of hieroglyphs with phonetic and numeric values and accompanying translations, and an Index of both English and Egyptian words. Volume I includes the introduction, bibliography, a list of characters separated by subject and organized by table, and letters "A" through "KH" or "KHA" of hieroglyphs and translations. SIR ERNEST ALFRED THOMPSON WALLIS BUDGE (1857-1934) was born in Bodmin, Cornwall in the UK and discovered an interest in languages at a very early age. Budge spent all his free time learning and discovering Semitic languages, including Assyrian, Syriac, and Hebrew. Eventually, through a close contact, he was able to acquire a job working with Egyptian and Iraqi artifacts at the British Museum. Budge excavated and deciphered numerous cuneiform and hieroglyphic documents, contributing vastly to the museum's collection. Eventually, he became the Keeper of his department, specializing in Egyptology. Budge wrote many books during his lifetime, most specializing in Egyptian life, religion, and language.

Fathers and Sons in the Arab Middle East

Author:D. Cohen-Mor



Total Pages:234



Books Description:

Drawing on insights from psychology, sociology, anthropology, religion, history, and literature, this book examines early and contemporary writings of male authors from across the Arab world to explore the traditional and evolving nature of father-son relationships in Arab families.

Les Fils d'Anubis

Author:Robert Blake

Publisher:Babelcube Inc.


Total Pages:200



Books Description:

Une aventure captivante d'intrigue, de suspense et de mystère. New York, 2017. Un week-end, Samuel, expert en civilisations anciennes, reçoit une invitation inattendue pour intervenir lors d'une conférence d'archéologie à New York où sont présentées les méthodes de recherche les plus avancées. Au même moment, de l'autre côté de la ville, Kate reçoit la nouvelle de l'étrange disparition de sa soeur en Egypte lors d'une croisière sur le Nil. À partir de ce moment, une recherche passionnante commence, qui les mènera, elle et Tom, un expert en informatique, dans l'aventure de leur vie. Découvrez ce que les deux histoires ont en commun dans un récit palpitant qui réunit l'Égypte ancienne et l'Égypte moderne. Laissez-vous séduire par cette aventure palpitante dans laquelle les protagonistes tenteront de dévoiler un sombre secret de la mythologie égyptienne.

Anubis et les pilleurs de tombe

Author:Viviane Koenig

Publisher:Plein Vent


Total Pages:120



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Du haut de leurs 10 ans, Satis et Néfer sont de vrais jumeaux : mêmes qualités et un seul énorme défaut, la curiosité ! Artistes peintres en herbe, ils sont toujours heureux d'accompagner leur père sur les chantiers, surtout quand il s'agit de préparer la tombe du célèbre Toutankhamon.Quand nos jeunes artistes croisent le dieu Anubis en personne, ils comprennent vite que son aide sera indispensable pour résoudre les vols de bijoux qui perturbent la vie du village comme pour les protéger des redoutables criminels qui rôdent... Une enquête policière qui permet de voyager dans l'histoire.Quiz et jeux inclus ! Historienne de formation, enseignante et auteure, Viviane Koenig offre aux jeunes lecteurs des BD, des documentaires, des romans historiques, des légendes et des mythes aussi émouvants que fidèles à l'histoire.

Understanding the Pentateuch as a Scripture

Author:James W. Watts

Publisher:John Wiley & Sons


Total Pages:328



Books Description:

A cutting-edge scholarly review of how the Pentateuch functions as a scripture, and how it came to be ritualized in this way. Understanding the Pentateuch as a Scripture is a unique account of the first five books of the Bible, describing how Jews and Christians ritualize the Pentateuch as a scripture by interpreting it, by performing its text and contents, and by venerating the physical scroll and book. Pentateuchal studies are known for intense focus on questions of how and when the first five books of the Bible were composed, edited, and canonized as scripture. Rather than such purely historical, literary, or theological approaches, Hebrew Bible scholar James W. Watts organizes this description of the Pentateuch from the perspectives of comparative scriptures and religious studies. He describes how the Pentateuch has been used in the centuries since it began to function as a scripture in the time of Ezra, and the origins of its ritualization before that time. The book: Analyzes the semantic contents of the Pentateuch as oral rhetoric that takes the form of stories followed by lists of laws and sanctions Gives equal space to its ritualization in the iconic and performative dimensions as to its semantic interpretation Fully integrates the cultural history of the Pentateuch and Bible with its influence on Jewish and Christian ritual, and in art, music, theatre, and film Understanding the Pentateuch as a Scripture is a groundbreaking work that highlights new research data and organizes the material to focus attention on the Pentateuch’s—and Bible’s— function as a scripture.