2 edition of reader"s guide to Egypt found in the catalog.
reader"s guide to Egypt
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|Statement||Ministry of Information, State Information Service.|
|LC Classifications||DT46 .H38|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ca. 150 p. :|
|Number of Pages||150|
|LC Control Number||75968026|
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Buy these 5 items as a set for $85 including shipping, 15% off the retail price. With free. The Perfect Choice: Lonely Planet's Egypt is our most comprehensive guide to the country, and is designed to immerse you in the culture and help you discover the best sights and get off the beaten track.
Travelling further afield. Check out Lonely Planet's Middle East for a comprehensive look at all the region has to offer/5(). These books are a good starting point to give you insight and some different perspectives on Egypt, old and new. I have tried to stick mostly with books that are available at Diwan or the American University in Cairo Bookstore, but most should also be widely available elsewhere and an literature is a rich but little-known field, and the American University in Cairo Press has made.
While in Egypt (and at museums elsewhere since) I was able to read and understand writing on sarcophagi, tomb walls, etc. Learning with this book requires a bit of dedication and a willingness to practice but the effort sure pays off – I highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to read ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs for him- or herself/5.
Told in the voice of the seven-year-old Jesus, Christ the Lord: Out of Egypt is the story of his return to the Holy Land after years of exile in Egypt and his gradual–at times fearful–acceptance of the wonders and the mysteries that set him apart from all others.
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For an insight into the afterlife get hold of Raymond O. Faulkner’s The Ancient Egyptian Book of the Dead for an overview. While The Alexandria Quartet by Lawrence Durrell will give you much of the background to the history of Alexandria and Egypt, although you might need the vocabulary and patience to wade through the four volumes.
“Either write something worth reading or something worth writing”. This famous quote is of Benjamin Franklin who rose to power in the U.S between the years to We may never know whether Wilbur Smith took this quotation to heart and used it as the inspiration behind his series about Egypt which has so far spanned 6 books.
Ancient Egypt describes the fascinating lives and customs of Egyptians long ago. Readers learn about the ancient Egyptians' strong beliefs regarding death and the afterlife. The book also provides readers with an introduction to the famous Egyptian pyramids.
The text is enhanced with photographs, diagrams, and illustrations. An excellent university textbook for undergraduates for its clarity and breadth of information, Ikram’s book covers not just the physical ancient Egyptian world, but its historiography, from the first ‘Egyptologist’ Khamwaese to Greek fascination with the region, plus the Crusades and European travellers who satisfied Europe’s grandest museums and humblest collectors with their antiquities dealing.
Nile Scribes: An introductory survey of Roman Egypt in less than a hundred pages, Capponi’s book traces Rome’s involvement in Egypt from the process of turning Egypt into a Roman province through the Byzantine Empire’s final loss of Egypt in AD.
Her book also describes Roman Egypt’s importance as a tax-paying and agricultural component of the Roman Empire. This is a visually appealing and beautifully illustrated non-fiction text that explores life in Ancient Egypt.
Someone is plotting to murder the pharaoh and this book walks the reader step by step through Egyptian life to investigate the clues. This is the kind of non-fiction text that children want to look at again and again.
The Story of Egypt. Written by the renowned Egyptologist, Joann Fletcher, this is one of the more accessible books on Egypt’s ancient history.
It’s another comprehensive text, yet it is written in a much easier style than the Oxford rendition, with the intention of it being read by more casual readers. Listed below are living books for reading about ancient Egypt, ancient Greece, ancient China, and ancient Rome.
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The next groundbreaking book since Conceptions of God in Ancient Egypt, Daily Life may well replace Hornung as the most comprehensive study on Kemetic theology. The Meeks take an interesting perspective, which is to present the Names of Netjer as if they were a people and the book were an anthropological study of a living tribe.
Egypt Egypt Egypt Egypt Egypt Egypt Egypt. Informational (nonfiction), words, Level J (Grade 1), Lexile L Multilevel Book also available in levels U and X. Egypt explores many of the things that make this North African country fascinating.
An Egypt Non-Fiction Reading List. By Jimmy S o. Both Osman’s and Bradley’s books suggest Egypt’s rupture had clear omens and is not simply part of the domino effect from Tunisia and. As opposed to your next book, Ancient Egypt: Anatomy of a Civilisation, which is slightly more complicated, because it represents a reassessment of Ancient Egypt – right.
Yes. This is, to my mind, one of the most original pieces of scholarship on Ancient Egypt published in the last 50 years – and there is a particular connection to me, because the author, Barry Kemp, was my lecturer at. Your guide to exceptional books.
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Which guide book do you recommend for a trip to Egypt hitting Cairo, Luxor and a Nile cruise down to Aswan? Thanks!Travels with Gannon and Wyatt: Egypt (a chapter book for more advanced readers) Children’s books to prep for a trip to Egypt.
If your family is planning to visit Egypt, these books are good places to start: Tiny Traveler: Egypt, A Book of Shapes (a board book for the youngest) Let’s Visit Cairo (a picture book following the adventures of.