Ancient Egypt (Excavating the Past)
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Johnnie said Easy to read with lots of pictures. Easy to read with lots of pictures.The library bind book has a nice texture and is constructed very well.The library bind book is also very durable. I prefer library bind books the best because they are made to last and can be passed on.
Contents: The Ancient Egyptian World (The development of archaeology); Unlocking the Language (The Rosetta Stone, Scribes and scholars); Mummies and the Afterlife (The royal tomb at Deir el-Bahri, Making a mummy); The Pyramid Builders (The Great Pyramid at Giza, Pyramid designers and builders); Pharaohs and Government (The Valley of the Kings, Tutankhamens treasures, Egyptian society); Temples and Gods (The great temple complex at Karnak, Priests and worshippers); Everyday Life of the Wealthy (The tomb of Nebamun, Pastimes, Fashion); Everyday Life of the Workers (The workers village of Deir el-Medina, People at work, Farming and food); Archaeology Today, Timeline of Ancient Egypt, Timeline of Egyptian Archaeology.
. About the Author Jackie Gaff is a Heinemann Raintree author
Jackie Gaff is a Heinemann Raintree author.