Gods & Pharaohs from Egyptian Mythology

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P. Bedrick Books, 1982 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 132 pages
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Never before have the myths of ancient Egypt been so vividly retold or dramatically illustrated. "The book is magnificently illustrated in both full color and black and white. No other collection on the topic is as lively or as attractive".--School Library Journal.

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User Review  - Kim - Goodreads

Geraldine Harris explores not only Egyptian mythology and lore but its sources and historical contexts as well. The result is a rich, engaging dip into Egypt's culture from its beginning through its final decline. Well worth the read! Read full review

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User Review  - Chris - Goodreads

Includes several Egyptian myths with very little sugar coating. There is also some history thrown in. Read full review

Contents

Red land black land
11
The waters of chaos
18
The nine gods
21
Copyright

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About the author (1982)

Geraldine Harris is an author (of both fiction and non-fiction) and an Egyptologist. She has taught courses on myth and magic at the Universities of Cambridge and Oxford.

David O'Connor is professor of philosophy at Seton Hall University.

John Sibbick has been creating illustrations of extinct life forms and their environments for over twenty years, producing numerous books on dinosaurs, as well as pterosaurs, and general books on prehistoric life. His work has appeared in scientific magazines, such as National Geographic, and in television documentaries and museums world-wide.

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