Paul Tempest (Editor)
An anthology of writing by former ambassadors in the Gulf, published in memory of David Gore-Booth.
James Craig (Editor); Donald Maitland (Editor); Paul Tempest (Editor)
Robert B Partridge
At the end of the last century, two tombs were discovered at Luxor which contained the mummies of some of Egypt's greatest pharaohs.
The ancient aromatics trade explained
M V Seton-Williams
This book attempts to introduce a new generation to early Greek literature, the inspiration for so many writers, poets, artists and architects right up to the present day.
This new portrait concentrates on James the man as well as King.
Bryan Bevan discusses William's qualities as a statesman, revealing his many virtues but not silent as to his marked faults.
While the fame and huge achievements of ancient Rome are an integral part of world history, this fame has often been allowed to overshadow the splendour of the medieval city.
Ronald T Ridley
One of the most important figures in Egypt in the early 19th century, Bernadino Drovetti has never before been the subject of a biography.
Nefertiti and Cleopatra gives a new and vivid account of the lives of two eminent Queen-Monarchs of ancient Egypt.