Everyday Life in Ancient Egypt and Assyria
Written by the French Egyptologist who was Director of Archaeology for the French government in Egypt, this book is a complete account of the ancient worlds of Egypt and Assyria. All aspects of society, from royalty to peasantry, religion to death, war to peace are described here in great detail. Clearly and enthusiastically written, it is like suddenly being taken back three thousand years to the market stalls of ancient Egypt, or the battlefields of the Assyrians.
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EGYPT CHAP PAGE I THEBES AND THE POPULAR LIFE
THE MARKET AND THE SHOPS
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Allat Amen amongst ancient animals Arbela archers arms army arrows Assurbanipal Assyrian attack auroch Babylon Baoukou battle boat body brick bull camp canal carried cavalry Chaldea chariot chief commences dead divine double Dur-Sarginu dwell Eabani earth Egypt Egyptian Elam Elamite enemy Esarhaddon eyes father feet funeral Gambul gates Gistubar goddess gods hand head heaven horses Horus Iddina infantry inhabitants Ishtar Kadesh Khita Khitasir killed king land lion living master Merodach morning mountain mummy Nakhtminou never night Nile Nineveh Osiris palace passed Pharaoh Phoenician placed plain priests princes Psarou Ptah Rameses Rameses II reign round royal Sargon scribe Sennacherib servants Seti side slaves soldiers sometimes soon soul sovereign stand stone Susa Susian Syria tablet Tammaritu temple Teumman Thebes thee Thothmes thou throw thy Majesty tomb towers troops usually village wall weapons whilst wine women