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The Death of Pharaoh

by Can Alpguvenc

As a historian of culture, Can Alpguvenc tells us the non-violent struggle of Moses against Pharaoh in this novel.

Paperback
: Mar 15, 2016 • Pages • 5 x 7.75 inch • ISBN 9781935295877
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: Backlist, Fiction, History,
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As a historian of culture, Can Alpguvenc tells us the non-violent struggle of Moses against Pharaoh in this novel. Other prominent characters of the novel are the vizier Haman, Pharaoh’s wife Asiya, his daughter Sinuha, and his cousin Tiye. The story takes place in the second half of 13th century BC.


General facts are based on the Islamic sources. On the background of the struggle against persecution, the doors of a very different world are pushed open for us: The novel presents insight into Ancient Egypt’s education, economy, medicine and other fields along the plot.

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ABOUT AUTHOR

Can Alpguvenc
Can Alpguvenc

Can Alpguvenc is a researcher on Ottoman history on which he published many articles and books. He appeared on many episodes of the state-run TRT channel’s history program (“Seyahatname”). He currently produces another program for the TV channel Mehtap TV. His works have been translated into English and Arabic.

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