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Egypt Cards By Constance Trillich
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Companion book for the Egypt Cards, a card deck based on Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs. Each card is explained as part of a system for doing readings, with a basis in Ancient Egyptian culture and... More > mythology. Many card layouts are also shown as diagrams with meanings for each card position. For a deck, go to www.EgyptCards.com< Less
An Eejit in Egypt By Mike McKever
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Mike & Gill McKever venture on a tour of Egypt. Getting lost in Cairo’s Khan-el-Khalili bazaar is just a tame start to another tale of hilarious incompetence abroad. Soon they’ll be... More > cruising down the Nile in pursuit of the Pharaohs - leaving a trail of UHTmilk behind them and a toilet attendant with a curse more deadly than Tutankhamen’s tomb. Mike deconstructs the myths of ancient Egypt in a series of ‘grumpy old man’ rants, and offends not only his fellow tourists, Soviet architecture, Egyptologists and management consultants but every religion under the sun god. Meanwhile Gill gets the ‘green tent’ treatment at the local Mosque and freaks over a waiter with a penchant for origami-based practical jokes. Narrowly avoiding another war with Germany they take it in their stride when the military storm the toilets at Abu Simbel and dump them on a plane like lost luggage. And somewhere along the line they, and possibly you, learn a bit about ancient Egypt - if you can stop laughing.< Less
An Eejit in Egypt By Mike McKever
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Mike & Gill McKever venture on a tour of Egypt. Getting lost in Cairo’s Khan-el-Khalili bazaar is just a tame start to another tale of hilarious incompetence abroad. Soon they’ll be... More > cruising down the Nile in pursuit of the Pharaohs - leaving a trail of UHTmilk behind them and a toilet attendant with a curse more deadly than Tutankhamen’s tomb. Mike deconstructs the myths of ancient Egypt in a series of ‘grumpy old man’ rants, and offends not only his fellow tourists, Soviet architecture, Egyptologists and management consultants but every religion under the sun god. Meanwhile Gill gets the ‘green tent’ treatment at the local Mosque and freaks over a waiter with a penchant for origami-based practical jokes. Narrowly avoiding another war with Germany they take it in their stride when the military storm the toilets at Abu Simbel and dump them on a plane like lost luggage. And somewhere along the line they, and possibly you, learn a bit about ancient Egypt - if you can stop laughing.< Less
Cruisin' Egypt By Christian Cantelli Podestà
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This Photobook was made to share the unique experience of a cruise along the Nile river in Egypt discovering the misterious and fascinating lands of the ancient Pharaons.
An Account of Egypt By Herodotus
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Herodotus's Account of Egypt is the second book of the Histories, which contains descriptions of the marvels of the south: the size of the land, the wonders of the Nile, the religious ceremonies... More > which will be as fascinating to the modern reader as it was to the ancient. From the priests at Memphis, Heliopolis, and the Egyptian Thebes he learned what he reports of the size of the country, the wonders of the Nile, the ceremonies of Egyptian religion, their sacred animals, the Crocodile and the Phoenix, their funerals and embalming, lotus and papyrus eating, the great kings and queens, and of the pyramids. Keep in mind that to Herodotus and the ancient Greeks, Egypt essentially was Africa - primitive maps show an ocean on all sides of the mysterious land to the south; so to understand this place was to know much of the world.< Less
Magical Egypt By Iris Boersma
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Magical Egypt is a wonderful reference book with comprehensive information about Egypt. Both ancient and modern Egypt is discussed. And as extra travel experiences of the author, an interview with... More > the author and a famous Egyptian movie/documentairy special. Documentaries and films are discussed. In short, this book teaches you absolutely everything about Egyptian history and the modern Islamic Egypt. For people who love the land of the Pharaohs!< Less
Magical Egypt By Iris Boersma
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Magical Egypt is a wonderful reference book with comprehensive information about Egypt. Both ancient and modern Egypt is discussed. And as extra travel experiences of the author, an interview with... More > the author and a famous Egyptian movie/documentairy special. Documentaries and films are discussed. In short, this book teaches you absolutely everything about Egyptian history and the modern Islamic Egypt. For people who love the land of the Pharaohs!< Less
Woman of Egypt By Gardner Francis Fox
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Historical Fiction - Woman of Egypt a story of when the forbidden love of Cleopatra's favorite handmaiden for a Roman gladiator hastened the violent end of one of history's greatest love... More > affairs. EGYPTIAN ENCHANTRESS This lusty novel of the struggle for empire recreates the fabulous days when the passion of Antony and Cleopatra shocked the civilized world... When virile, power-hungry Rome threatened the ancient dynasty of Egypt, and its debauched queen used every wile to bring her swaggering conqueror to his knees... When the forbidden love of Cleopatra's favorite handmaiden for a Roman gladiator hastened the violent end of one of history's greatest love affairs.< Less
An Account of Egypt By Herodotus
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Herodotus (/hᵻˈrɒdətəs/;... More > Ancient Greek: Ἡρόδοτος Hēródotos, pronounced [hɛː.ró.do.tos]) was a Greek historian who was born in Halicarnassus, Caria (modern-day Bodrum, Turkey) and lived in the fifth century BC (c. 484–c. 425 BC), a contemporary of Socrates. He is widely referred to as "The Father of History" (first conferred by Cicero); he was the first historian known to have broken from Homeric tradition to treat historical subjects as a method of investigation—specifically, by collecting his materials systematically and critically, and then arranging them into a historiographic narrative. The Histories is the only work which he is known to have produced, a record of his "inquiry" (or ἱστορία historía) on the origins of the Greco-Persian Wars, including a wealth of geographical and ethnographical information. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herodotus< Less
THE KYBALION CODEX - A STUDY OF THE HERMETIC PHILOSOPHY OF ANCIENT EGYPT AND GREECE By Prof. G. Mentz, JD, MBA, CWM
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THE KYBALION CODEX - A STUDY OF THE HERMETIC PHILOSOPHY OF ANCIENT EGYPT AND GREECE

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