Living in Ancient EgyptBook - 2009 | 1st ed
Living in Ancient Egypt primarily focuses on an ""ideal"" period set some time in the later Pharaonic Era. This book examines all the aspects of daily life across all strata of Egyptian society, from the priestly caste to the lowliest peasant farmer and the slaves, from food to religious beliefs. Coverage includes the Egyptian farming cycle, the pharaoh's role, marriage and divorce, education and trade, and entertainment and games in Egyptian society. This reference is a useful tool for students wanting to learn more about living in ancient Egypt. Chapters include: Nile, Giver of Life; Egyptian Society and Government; and A Land Ruled by Gods.
Publisher: New York : c2009. Chelsea House,
Edition: 1st ed
Branch Call Number: JNF 932 LIVI
Characteristics: 96 p. : col. ill. ; col. maps ; 29 cm