See also Ancient Egypt.
Elliott Colla. Conflicted Antiquities: Egyptology, Egyptomania, Egyptian Modernity. Duke University Press. 2007. 345pp.
Warren Royal Dawson. Who Was Who in Egyptology: A Biographical Index of Egyptologists; of Travellers, Explorers and Excavators in Egypt; of Collectors of and Dealers in Egyptian Antiquities; of Consuls, Officials, Authors and Other Whose Names Occur in the Literature of Egyptology, from the Year 1700 to the Present. Egypt Exploration Society. 1951. 172pp.
Okasha El Daly. Egyptology: The Missing Millennium: Ancient Egypt in Medieval Arabic Writings. Routledge Cavendish. 2005. 230pp.
Brian M. Fagan. The Rape of the Nile: Tomb Robbers, Tourists, and Archaeologists in Egypt. Scribner. 1975. 399pp.
Barbara Mertz. Temples, Tombs, and Hieroglyphs: The Story of Egyptology. Coward-McCann. 1964. 349pp.
Donald Malcolm Reid. Whose Pharaohs? Archaeology, Museums, and Egyptian National Identity from Napoleon to World War I. University of California Press. 2003. 424pp.
Joyce Tyldesley. Egypt: How a Lost Civilization Was Rediscovered. University of California Press. 2005. 256pp.
John Albert Wilson. Signs & Wonders Upon Pharaoh: A History of American Egyptology. University of Chicago Press. 1964. 243pp.
John David Wortham. The Genesis of British Egyptology, 1549-1906. University of Oklahoma Press. 1971. 171pp.
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