Art and Culture of Ancient Egypt

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The Rosen Publishing Group, 2010 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 40 pages
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Ancient Egypt is one of the oldest and most fascinating cultures that young adults study. This book covers the major aspects of this ancient civilization including daily life, rulers, entertainment, art, science and trade, and writing and literature. Religious beliefs and practices, such as the belief in gods and goddesses, the importance of death and the afterlife, and pyramid building are also discussed. Attractive images of artifacts, art, and sketches illuminate each topic.
 

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Lisa Springer is an investment marketer and equity research analyst. She brings to the project over fifteen years experience in equity research and investment marketing. Springer currently works as an equity research analyst for "RedChip Review," an independent stock research provider. In addition, she writes monthly columns about real estate investing which are published in broker/dealer newsletters. She has also held positions as investor relations officer for a NYSE-listed company and director of financial analysis for a large consulting firm. Springer earned an MBA in finance from the University of Chicago and is a Chartered Financial Analyst.

Neil Morris has written many non-fiction children's books including "The Life of Moses "and "The Life of Jesus," both in Enchanted Lion Books "Art Revelations" series. His field is ancient history and religion.

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