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Life in Ancient Egypt By Lionel Casson,

  • Title: Life in Ancient Egypt
  • Author: Lionel Casson
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 343
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • gracefully written The New York Times Award winning historian Lionel Casson paints a vivid portrait of the people of ancient Egypt from peasants and pharaohs to soldiers and scribes and artists and priests and what life was like beyond the splendors and treasures that remain with us today.
    Life in Ancient Egypt gracefully written The New York Times Award winning historian Lionel Casson paints a vivid portrait of the people of ancient Egypt from peasants and pharaohs to soldiers and scribes and artists and pr

    One thought on “Life in Ancient Egypt”

    1. It surprised me how sophisticated life of ancient Egyptians was.The book is well organized Every part provides relevant information about specific topic.Maybe references to archeological evidence would be helpful.Anyway, I m glad I ve found this book.

    2. This is not an Egyptian version of SPQR by Beard It is a far easier and condensed version of Egyptian history The last two millennia were a quick synopsis, filling a few pages What it is It is an easy to understand history of ancient Egypt It is a good book to read before a trip to the pyramids It explains the ancient religious practices well and the importance of the scribes Why pyramids Why mummification Ancient Egypt s reliance on the written word is the reason for its success and also why we [...]

    3. A great overview of life in ancient EgyptI enjoyed this quick read overview of life in ancient Egypt The book covers everything from the structure of government to the daily lives of the various social strata, and from the religious beliefs and practices to the treatment of women I especially enjoyed the insight it gave into the beliefs of the Egyptians in the afterlife.

    4. This book has some interesting facts but it lacks any citations to sources and feels both untrustworthy and outdated Maybe suitable for a secondary school level introduction to the topic but generally it left me unsatisfied.

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