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Rice, Michael

RICE, Michael

RICE, Michael. British, b. 1928. Genres: Anthropology/Ethnology, Archaeology/Antiquities, History, Mythology/Folklore. Career: Consultant to British Commonwealth and foreign governments, 1955-; museum planner and designer; writer. Institute of Public Relations, fellow, 1975. Public Relations Consultants Assn, chairman, 1979-82; Bahrain Society, chairman, 1998-. Publications: Understanding the Arab Case, 1967; The Temple Complex at Barbar, Bahrain, 1983; Dilmun Discovered: The First Hundred Years of the Archaeology of Bahrain, 1984; Search for the Paradise Land: The Archaeology of Bahrain and the Arabian Gulf, 1985; (Joint Ed.) Bahrain through the Ages, vol 1, The Archaeology, 1986, vol II, The History, 1983; Egypt's Making: A Study of the Origins of the Egyptian State 5000-2000 B.C., 1990; The Archaeology of the Arabian Gulf, 1994; False Inheritance: Israel in Palestine and the Search for a Solution, 1994; Egypt's Legacy: The Archetypes of Western Civilization, 1997; The Power of the Bull, 1997; Who's Who in Ancient Egypt, 1999. Address: Odsey House, Odsey, Herts. SG7 6SD, England.

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