By David Singeries Book is published by Macmillan, out April 21, 2018, ISBN 978-0-735-0786-9.
In this book, Singeries, author of the popular children’s book “Mycena,” explores a wide variety of topics and explores the life of the ancient Greek philosopher-architect of Alexandria.
Singeries focuses on the life and times of the city of Alexandria and its rulers, from its earliest days to the collapse of the empire in 587 BC.
The book is filled with historical references and other helpful information about the city and its inhabitants.
This book is suitable for both the beginner and the experienced reader.
Singery starts with a list of the cities and rulers of Alexandria, including its capital, and goes on to describe the city’s architectural and historical development, its architecture, the life cycle of the people, and more.
Singers book is well written and has plenty of useful information about Alexandria, from the origins of the name to the life, death, and rebirth of the Egyptian people.
David Singery is a professor of history and classics at Harvard University and an author of several books, including The Book that Killed Them All: The Epic of the Pharaohs Wife, and The Book That Killed Them all: A Memoir of an Egyptian Wife.
Singermarsh has written many books, among them The Book: An Egyptian History, The Book Of the Dead: The Ancient Egyptian Story, and the Books That Killed Us All: A History of the American West, published by Yale University Press.
He has also published the works, including A History Of Egypt: A New History of Egypt From the Conquest of the Nile to the Present.
Singery is also the author of The Tombopatata: A Journey Through the World of Egypt and Other Books, as well as a history of Egypt, The Complete Book of Egypt: Egypt, and Egypt and the Ancient World, published at Yale University.
He lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.