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Egyptian Tombs

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A lighthearted look at the burial practices of ancient Egypt including King Tut's tomb, the high-tech archaeology techniques, and the hieroglyphs of many words. Map, bibliography, glossary, pronunciations.
Hardcover, 64 pages
Published April 1st 2000 by Franklin Watts
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This would be a decent first book for a kid just learning about history, but as an adult reading it to my son, I found it lacking in information and highly glossed over. Overall, not bad compared to others that I've read and the pictures were decent.
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