Egypt was a civilization ruled by the pharaohs. The Egyptians build the Pyramids of Giza, temples of great size and an advanced sytem of Mathematics. Located in North Africa, part of the civilization's success is the effective use of the River Nile. Their religion included many Gods and mysterious beliefs. Some belief they considered their Pharaoh a God.
Overview of all Egypt books:
Examines how stereographs were used as a means of virtual travel. Focuses on James Henry Breasted's "Egypt through the Stereoscope" (1905, 1908). Provides context for resources in the Travelers in the Middle East Archive...
A brief review of old Egyptian Literature, covering love-songs, folk-songs and other Mythological or Philosophical literature.
Volume 1-16 chapters including The Gods of Egypt, Primitive Gods and Nome-Gods, Hell and the Damned, Ra the Sun-God and His Forms, Hathor and the Hathor-Goddesses, The Horus Gods, and more. Includes 49 plates, 38 illustrations.
This book is intended as an introduction to Ancient Egyptian Literature. It contains compilations of all the great periods of literary activity in Egypt under the Pharaohs.
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