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Mia and Her Time Machine: Ancient Egypt By Tita Horvat
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Mia is a girl with her very own time machine. It was given to her by her late grandma before she passed away, telling her that she should use it when she wants to go on an adventure, and this is... More > exactly what Mia does. In this book, which is the first in the series, Mia goes all the way back to ancient Egypt and learns about people’s lives and customs. Of course, she gets into trouble while doing so.< Less
Of Isis and Osiris, or Of the Ancient Religion and Philosophy of Egypt By Plutarch
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Plutarch's OF ISIS AND OSIRIS,or Of the Ancient Religion and Philosophy of Egypt. Translated by William Baxter Philalenthes.
The Sisters : A Classic Novel of Life in Ancient Egypt By Georg Ebers
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An 1879 work of historical fiction set in ancient Egypt during the Ptolemaic period. Written by a German Egyptologist and novelist.
Uarda: A Romance of Ancient Egypt Volume 3 By Georg Erbers
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Lovely young Uarda is the innocent catalyst for a complex series of plots, intrigues, and romances that bring ancient Egypt to life. The reader is left still feeling as though they are in Thebes,... More > wandering from the temples to the necropolis to the small hut where Uarda lives. George Erbers captures the spirit of Egypt with beauty and Grace. Egypt is described in his epic 3 volume story Uarda.< Less
Uarda: A Romance of Ancient Egypt Volume 2 By Georg Erbers
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Lovely young Uarda is the innocent catalyst for a complex series of plots, intrigues, and romances that bring ancient Egypt to life. The reader is left still feeling as though they are in Thebes,... More > wandering from the temples to the necropolis to the small hut where Uarda lives. George Erbers captures the spirit of Egypt with beauty and Grace. Egypt is described in his epic 3 volume story Uarda.< Less
Wonderful Things: A Modern Trip Through Ancient Egypt By Jeffrey D. Narver
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Wonderful Things: A Modern Trip Through Ancient Egypt is a memoir of the author’s experiences, reflections and historical investigations into modern and ancient Egypt. At times funny, this work... More > captures the sights, sounds and emotions of a traveler to Egypt today, while constructing the historical foundations of the ancient sites. This book is a valuable and important primer for any tourist planning a trip to Egypt.< Less
The Ancient Coptic Churches of Egypt [vol. 2] By Alfred J. Butler
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Volume 2 of 2. The aim of this book is to make a systematic beginning upon a great subject: the Christian antiquities of Egypt. No doubt the attention of mere travelers has been bewitched and... More > fascinated by the colossal remains of pagan times, by the temples and pyramids which still glow in eternal sunshine, while the Christian churches lie buried in the gloom of fortress walls, or encircled and masked by almost impassable deserts. Yet the Copts of to-day, whose very name is an echo of the word Egypt, trace back their lineage to the ancient Egyptians who built the pyramids, and the ancient tongue is spoken at every Coptic mass: the Copts were among the first to welcome the tidings of the gospel, to make a rule of life and worship, and to erect religious buildings: they have upheld the cross unwaveringly through ages of desperate persecution: and their ritual now is less changed than that of any other community in Christendom. Recommended to churchman, historian, or antiquarian.< Less
The Ancient Coptic Churches of Egypt [vol. 1] By Alfred J. Butler
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Volume 1 of 2. The aim of this book is to make a systematic beginning upon a great subject: the Christian antiquities of Egypt. No doubt the attention of mere travelers has been bewitched and... More > fascinated by the colossal remains of pagan times, by the temples and pyramids which still glow in eternal sunshine, while the Christian churches lie buried in the gloom of fortress walls, or encircled and masked by almost impassable deserts. Yet the Copts of to-day, whose very name is an echo of the word Egypt, trace back their lineage to the ancient Egyptians who built the pyramids, and the ancient tongue is spoken at every Coptic mass: the Copts were among the first to welcome the tidings of the gospel, to make a rule of life and worship, and to erect religious buildings: they have upheld the cross unwaveringly through ages of desperate persecution: and their ritual now is less changed than that of any other community in Christendom. Recommended to churchman, historian, or antiquarian.< Less
ANCIENT EGYPT: THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD: BOOK 1 By GERALD MASSEY
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EGYPT IS THE SOURCE OF ALL CIVILIZATION, THIS IS MASSEY'S FINEST WORK. An ignorant explanation of the Egyptian heiroglyphics was begun by the Greeks, who could not read the hieroglyphics. It was... More > repeated by the Romans, and has been perpetuated by "Classical Scholars" ever since. But, as the interpreter of Egypt, that kind of scholastic knowledge is entirely obsolete. Ignorance of primitive sign-language has been and is a fertile source of false belief. For example, Juvenal asks, " Who does not know what kind of monsters Egypt insanely worships?" The word Egypt was now the name of the people, it was a foreign word that was introduced by foreigners to describe the Children of the Sun. (burnt faces) www.lulu.com/egypt< Less
ANCIENT EGYPT: THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD: BOOK 5 By GERALD MASSEY
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The one sole race that can be traced among the aborigines all over the earth, above ground or below, is the dark race of a dwarf negrito type, and the only one possible motherland on earth for these... More > preliminary people is Africa. No other country possesses the necessary background as a basis for the human beginnings. And so closely were the facts of nature observed and registered by the Egyptians that the earliest divine men in their mythology are portrayed as Pygmies. Following the zootypes, the primitive human form of Elder Horus was that of Bes, the dancing dwarf. Bes is a figure of Child-Horus in the likeness of a negroid Pygmy, He comes capering into Egypt along with the Great Mother, Apt, from Puanta in the far-off south, In reality, Bes-Horus is the earliest form of the Pygmy Ptah.< Less

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