Egypt: people, gods, pharaohs
The Hagens attempt to answer some basic questions about life in Ancient Egypt. Little changed in the course of the 3,000 years of Ancient Egyptian history. Pharaohs and gods came and went but the Egyptian vision of the underworld, their system of government and level of technology remained largely unchanged.
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A Gift of the Nile
The Pyramids Wonders of the World
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18th Dynasty Abu Simbel Akhenaten Alexandria Amenhotep Amenhotep III Amun Ancient Egyptian artist Aswan barque Berlin body bread building built burial chamber Cairo Cheops Ciza Cleopatra coffin daughter dead deceased decorated Deir el-Bahari Deir el-Medinah depicted desert divine Djoser Egyptian Museum Egyptologists embalming eternity female front goddess gods gold hand Hathor Hatshepsut head height Herodotus hieroglyphs Hildesheim Horus incense inundation Isis Karnak king land Late Period limestone Lower Egypt Luxor Maat magic mastaba Middle Kingdom monuments mortuary temple mummy Museo Egizio Nefertari Nefertiti Nile officials Old Kingdom Osiris painted papyrus Pelizaeus-Museum pharaoh Philae priests primeval protection queen Ramesses Ramesseum Relief representations rituals rock royal rulers Saqqara scribe Senenmut Sennedjem Sennefer Sphinx statue stele stone sun-disc symbol texts Thebes throne tomb workers Turin Tutankhamun Tuthmosis underworld unguents Valley village vizier Wall-painting walls wearing wife woman women wooden writing