Pocket Timeline of Ancient Egypt

Author: Helen Strudwick

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ISBN: 1437977669

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This is a beautifully illustrated guide to the rich and fascinating civilization of ancient Egypt, from prehistoric times to the reign of Cleopatra. Each chapter provides a quick but rewarding account of a different period of Egypt's history. Readers learn about life and death in the area around the Nile, the development of farming and writing, and the astonishing engineering achievements of these people. The book includes dozens of full-color photos of ancient monuments and artifacts. The eye-catching 12-page fold-out timeline, which can be detached for wall display, unfolds over the same 3,000 years of history as the book, presenting a vivid account of the major events, achievements, and personalities of the ancient Egyptian world.
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