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by Kevin Maddison

Author: Kevin Maddison
Language: English
Publisher: Kingfisher Books Ltd (September 3, 2007)
Pages: 32 pages
Category: For children
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Life and Times in Ancient Egypt. Published by Kingfisher (2007). ISBN 10: 0753415569 ISBN 13: 9780753415566. From United Kingdom to .

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Life and Times in Ancient Egypt' is the perfect information book for history-mad youngsters. See the magnificent pyramids at Giza, wonder at the palace at Karnak, discover what happened in an Egyptian market and find out about food, homes, farming and daily life

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Some of this information HANDBOOK TO LIFE IN ANCIENT EGYPT 2 would have otherwise remained unrecorded knowledge of hieroglyphic writing disap- and unknown, and other evidence has subse- peared, they could not gain any information quently been destroyed

Some of this information HANDBOOK TO LIFE IN ANCIENT EGYPT 2 would have otherwise remained unrecorded knowledge of hieroglyphic writing disap- and unknown, and other evidence has subse- peared, they could not gain any information quently been destroyed. For the later periods of from the ancient Egyptian inscriptions.

Ancient Egyptians did many different things in their free time. In a country that had almost no rainfall, Egyptian farmers depended on the Nile River. They built canals to bring water from the Nile River as far into their land as possible. They liked to go swimming and fishing in the Nile River. Hunting crocodiles, lions and other wild animals were popular sports among ancient Egyptians. The ancient Egyptians believed in several gods and goddesses. They also prayed that the yearly floods would make their land fertile. The main crops were wheat and barley; some farmers produced dates, grapes and other fruits and vegetables.

Work and Family Life ESSENTIAL QUESTION How did work and social roles affect people in ancient Egypt? . Answer: many gods, a happy life after death) Life After Death, Egyptians along the Nile had positive view of life, the Nile’s black land provided for most of their needs, Egyptians believed gods favored them, believed in happy afterlife, afterlife-life believed to follow death, other cultures, such as Sumerians, thought afterlife was miserable Many Gods, Polytheism-belief in many gods, Egyptian.

There are some cruises that do this segment of the Nile, but they get cancelled unpredictably. I was also kind of hoping that the train would be on tracks right alongside the Nile the whole time, but of course this wouldn't be practical since the residential areas and important parts of the towns would be there, so I mostly got to see farmland taking advantage of the water close to the Nile. After about 8 hours we stopped in a station in the middle of nowher. nd stayed there for 3 hours.