Set in Ancient Egypt during the reign of the usurper, Pharaoh Shishak, "In All His Glory" masterfully fills out the sketchy details of history. It tells of the stormy relationships between the Hebrew refugee, Jeroboam (later king of Israel), the pharaoh's daughter, and that same pharaoh who later raided Jerusalem and carried off all the treasures of Solomon's temple. The author's account of this adventurous alliance - of intrigue, murder and suspicion, of plot and counter-plot at pharaoh's court; of temple ceremonies; of rioting by striking workers at Thebes; of grave-robbing and entombment - not only has the ring of truth, but presents a fascinating and gripping picture of a society both remarkably different from yet strikingly similar to our own.
Number Of Pages: 284
Published: 31st January 2006
Dimensions (cm): 22.86 x 15.24 x 1.63
Weight (kg): 0.42