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The Simplest Ways to Make the Best of Egypt By Barbara Lopez
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Egypt is consistently the top destination for world travel each and every year - and not surprisingly so. The country uniquely bridges the African and Asian continents across the Suez Canal by... More > possession of the Sinai Peninsula. This key positioning has guaranteed Egypt a major role in the strategic and historic relationships between the east, west, north and south of Africa, Europe, Asia and the more direct Middle East beginning more than 5000 years ago when the first Kingdom of Egypt was unified. In addition to a most remarkable past, Egypt offers the eager traveler thriving international cities, lavish Red Sea resorts, fabled oases and literally hundreds of miles of ancient pharaoh monuments along the Nile River Valley. With this ebook discover: - Egypt secrets you wish you knew one year ago - 3 myths of Egypt finally shattered - What you need to know before traveling around Egypt - And More GRAB A COPY TODAY!< Less
History of the World: From Ancient Mesopotamia to the Rise of England By Dan Fournier
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This is a world history textbook written for middle or high school students from anywhere around the world (ideal for either the classroom or home-schooling). It can also serve as a general reference... More > text for adults. It covers the periods of Ancient Mesopotamia all the way to the rise of England including the Victorian Era. There are many colorful pictures and some maps along with web links for further reading. Chapters: 1 – Why Study History? 2 – Early Civilizations & Empires 3 – Mesopotamia 4 – Ancient Egypt 5 – Ancient Greece: Part I 6 – Ancient Greece: Part II 7 – The Roman Empire: Part I 8 – The Roman Empire: Part II 9 – The Vikings 10 – The Middle Ages 11 –The Portuguese, Spanish, & Dutch Conquests and Maritime Exploration 12 – The Spanish Conquistadors in South America 13 – Major Religions 14 – The Ottoman Empire 15 – The Renaissance 16 – French Republics and Empires 17 – The Rise of England< Less
The Ancient World: History Activity Pages for Kingfisher History or Notebooking By T. Ann Burgess
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History Activity Pages are a set of activity pages that can be used with the Kingfisher History Encyclopedia. Each page corresponds to a section of the encyclopedia and should be used after reading... More > the related section. The History Activity Pages have been left in a loose format for ease of use in Notebooking. The activity pages contain the following sections: Questions, Map Activity, Matching or Creative Activity, Time Line Activity. These activity pages are complete and user friendly for both parent or teacher. This set covers the following: Sumer & Akkad, Ancient Egypt, Europe, the Indus Valley, Ancient Crete, the Mycenaeans, the Shang and Zhou Dynasty, the Hittites, Babylon, the Assyrians, the Hebrews, the Phoenicians, Africa, America, Aryan India, Rome, the Dorians and the Persian Empire. The time period is from 5000 BC-212 BC.< Less
Ancient Egyptian Medicine By Charles Savona-Ventura
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The medicine of the ancient Egyptians is some of the oldest documented. From the beginnings of the civilization in the late fourth millennium BC until the Persian invasion of 525 BC, Egyptian medical... More > practice went largely unchanged but was highly advanced for its time, including simple non-invasive surgery, setting of bones, dentistry, and an extensive set of pharmacopoeia. Egyptian medical thought influenced later traditions, including the Greeks. Until the 19th century, the main sources of information about ancient Egyptian medicine were writings from later in antiquity. The Greek historian Herodotus visited Egypt around 440 BC and wrote extensively of his observations of their medicinal practice. Pliny the Elder also wrote favourably of them in historical review. Hippocrates (the "father of medicine"), Herophilos, Erasistratus and later Galen studied at the temple of Amenhotep, and acknowledged the contribution of ancient Egyptian medicine to Greek medicine.< Less
Scandals of the Ancient World By Chad Denton
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If blogs and tabloids existed in the ancient Mediterranean world, what would they have reported on? And what are the more obscure scandals to take place in ancient times than the well-known exploits... More > of Caligula and Nero? In a series of short vignettes, this book presents the sex, violence, unrest, and madness that unfolded from Sumer to the Roman Empire.< Less
A Miracle in Stone: Or the Great Pyramid of Egypt (Hardcover) By Joseph Augustus Seiss
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A Miracle in Stone comprises three lectures on the nature of the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt. Notable for serving as an overview of archeological and spiritual investigation of the Great Pyramid... More > as it stood in the 1870s, this book discusses the Egyptian pyramids in a manner which considers their origins and construction methods. After describing both the interior and exterior of the structures, Joseph Augustus Seiss embarks on a series of speculations consistent with his lifelong interest in pyramidology. The one, large diagram which follows the preface of the work serves as a useful reference point for readers. This in itself is an accurate rendition of the great pyramid's structure and interior, including the passageway and tomb at its center. Each aspect of the drawing has a corresponding letter, with the smaller pyramids of Giza also appearing.< Less
Cory's Ancient Fragments By Jason Colavito
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This edition reproduces the 1876 revised edition of Cory's Ancient Fragments, the standard collection of Greco-Roman records of the history and literature of the ancient Near East. This edition... More > updates references and restores selected fragments from the 1832 edition omitted from the 1876 edition. Cory's Ancient Fragments contains the texts of the Phoenician cosmology of Sanchuniathon, the controversial fragments of Berossus that some believe document extraterrestrial contact, as well as fragments about Atlantis and other vanished civilizations.< Less
Zoomorphism and the Ancient Serpent Sun By Larry Lewis
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This book is intended to shed light on the truth behind the sun historically being depicted as a serpent or a dragon in a manner that we now call "Zoomorphism". Many of the ancient... More > indigenous civilizations of color (black/brown/copper color) depicted themselves and others with having animal like features in order to show a relation between themselves and a characteristic of a particular animal rather it be strength, wisdom, or etc. I have added photos to this book in order to give you a visual understanding of how the ancient civilizations use zoomorphism and its connection to the sun and ancient serpent depiction all over the world. Enjoy.< Less
The Ancient Egyptian Daybook (Ebook) By Tamara L. Siuda
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The history and use of the ancient Egyptian calendar: holidays, festivals, religious observances, the gods of every day of the year, and more. Translated from hieroglyphic sources by Tamara L. Siuda... More > and richly illustrated by Megan Zane.< Less
The Ancient Egyptian Daybook (HB) By Tamara L. Siuda
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The history and use of the ancient Egyptian calendar: holidays, festivals, religious observances, the gods of every day of the year, and more. Translated from hieroglyphic sources by Tamara L. Siuda... More > and richly illustrated by Megan Zane.< Less

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