What life was like on the banks of the Nile: Egypt, 3050-30 BC

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Time-Life Books, Oct 1, 1996 - History - 192 pages
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Drawing on art, artifacts, and literature that was left behind, these richly illustrated volumes recount captivating tales of everyday life in long-ago vanished worlds.

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great for a history assignment on "daily life and activities in ancient egypt along the nile" helped a lot with how the farming worked and methods; liesure activities: food; pharoahs and how everything was run.
great book for that.!!!!!!

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If you have an interest in Egyptology and are just starting to delve into the subject, then this book will provide a reasonable introduction. The Time Life editors commence with a brief narrative on ... Read full review

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