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Presenting the history of ancient Egyptian civilization, this work offers an atlas, which is divided into two sections: The History of the Pharaohs and A Journey Down the Nile. It is suitable for students eager to explore the history, culture, and geography of this important civilization.
Hardcover, 96 pages
Published July 1st 2007 by Chelsea House Publications
(first published March 1990)
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Dec 06, 2010 Jessica Rawden rated it liked it
For high school students. This books is full of pictures and information, but it gets super specific to locations throughout ancient Egypt. The book often supplements with maps and illustrations to make the text more exciting, but the text itself is dense and hard to get through. The same size and height as DK Eyewitness books, it seems as if this book probably gets mistaken for children's books all the time. However, it is not. It is an informative book for those taking an ancient History class ...more
“About 12,000 years ago most of the North Africa was dominated by Ancient Egypt power” (Geraldine Harris#10) The informative book “Ancient Egypt” was written by Geraldine Harris. The story begins when the rulers of Ancient Egypt were known as the lords of the Two lands. Ancient Egypt at that time was divided into two parts, the lower parts and the Upper parts. The lower parts were the north of Egypt and the Upper parts were the south of Egypt. Both of these lands were first united under one rule ...more