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Middle East Region in Transition : Egypt.

Author: Britannica Educational Publishing.
Publisher: Britannica Educational Pub. 2011.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
Database:WorldCat
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The dynasties of ancient Egypt's pharaohs are among the more storied elements of Egypt's rich heritage, but the long era of foreign rule that followed has in many ways been more crucial to the development of Egypt's present-day ethos. While engendering mu.
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Genre/Form: Electronic resource
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Britannica Educational Publishing.
ISBN: 1283019914 9781283019910
OCLC Number: 741251175
Description: 1 online resource (224)
Contents: Cover --
Contents --
Introduction --
Chapter 1 Land --
Relief --
The Nile Valley And Delta --
The Eastern Desert --
The Western Desert --
Sinai Peninsula --
Drainage --
Soils --
Climate --
Plant And Animal Life --
Chapter 2 People --
Ethnic Groups --
Languages --
Religion --
Settlement Patterns --
Rural Settlement --
Urban Settlement --
Demographic Trends --
Chapter 3 Economy --
Agriculture And Fishing --
Resources And Power --
Manufacturing --
Finance --
Trade --
Services --
Labour And Taxation --
Transportation And Telecommunications --
Chapter 4 Government And Society --
Constitutional Framework --
Local Government --
Justice --
Political Process --
Security --
Health And Welfare --
Housing --
Education --
Chapter 5 Cultural Life --
Daily Life And Social Customs --
The Arts --
Cultural Institutions --
Sports And Recreation --
Media And Publishing --
Chapter 6 History --
From The Islamic Conquest To 1250 --
Period Of Arab And Turkish Governors (639868) --
The Tulunid Dynasty (868905) --
The Ikhshidid Dynasty (935969) --
The Fatimid Dynasty (9691171) --
The Ayyubid Dynasty (11711250) --
The Mamluk And Ottoman Periods (12501800) --
The Mamluk Rulers (12501517) --
The Ottomans (15171798) --
From The French To The British Ocupation (17981882) --
The French Occupation And Its Consequences (17981805) --
Muhammad 8216;Ali And His Successors (180582) --
The Period Of British Domination (18821952) --
The British Occupation And The Protectorate (18821922) --
The Kingdom Of Egypt (192252) --
The Revolution And The Republic --
The Nasser Regime --
The Sadat Regime --
Egypt After Sadat --
Conclusion --
Glossary --
Bibliography --
Index --
Back Cover.

Abstract:

The dynasties of ancient Egypt's pharaohs are among the more storied elements of Egypt's rich heritage, but the long era of foreign rule that followed has in many ways been more crucial to the development of Egypt's present-day ethos. While engendering mu.

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