Egypt the People
Egypt is one of the world's oldest civilizations and its people live with daily reminders of the past. Egyptian school children are taught the ancient stories of the origins of the Nile. This title examines the various different cultures that make up modern Egypt, Islam and other religions of Egypt.
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