I Found Out I'm Dying: A Celebration of Life in Spoetry
R. King & Associates, Oct 1, 1996 - 192 pages
Discusses life in ancient Egypt, with an overview and timeline of the years between 3050 and 30 B.C., and looks at agriculture, belief systems, art, health, the role of women and children, rulers, war, and other aspects of life along the Nile.
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