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The story of Egypt.

Author: Bob Tadema-Sporry
Publisher: London, Nelson, ©1964.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Children's nonfiction
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bob Tadema-Sporry
OCLC Number: 1368799
Description: xiv, 242 pages illustrations (some color) map (on lining papers) 25 cm
Contents: PART I EGYPT --
THE LAND AND THE PEOPLE: The Nile Valley --
The Discovery of Egyptian Civilisation --
The Pyramids --
The Mummy --
Religious Ideas of the Egyptians --
The "Gods of Egypt --
The Sacred Animals --
Hieroglyphics and the Rosetta Stone --
Romance and Reality in Excavating --
Stories of Egyptologists --
The Social Background / PART II --
STORIES AND MYTHS: The dream of Pharaoh Tuthmosis --
The Myth of the Winged Solar Disc --
The Source of the Nile --
The Princess and the Demon --
Isis in Byblos --
The Cat and the Jackal --
The Story of the Sailor --
King cheops and the Sorcerer --
The Nine Lamentations of the Peasant Khunanup --
The Two Brothers --
The Story of Sinuhe / PART III --
The History of Egypt: Prehistory --
The First Kings --
The Pyramis Age --
The Fourth and Fifth Dynasties --
Decline of the Old Kingdom --
The Middle Kingdom --
The King's Vassals --
A Strong King --
A Period of Prosperity --
Decline of the Middle Kingdom --
The Hyksos --
The Theban Kings --
The New Kingdom Prospers --
Tuthmosis and "The Son of the King of Kush" --
The Tuthmosis Family --
The Queen Who Was a King --
The Great Sennemut --
a Warrior King --
The Battle of Kadesh --
Peace and Prosperity --
The "Heretic King" --
Akhenaten's Sun Hymn --
The Worship of Amun is Restored --
A Tomb Full of Gold --
"The General of all Generals" --
The Great Seti --
Rameses the Great --
"The Stone Poem of the Nile" --
Signs of Decline --
The Twentieth Dynasty --
The Tanite Pharaohs --
The Libyan Kings --
The Destruction of Thebes --
The Last Dynasties --
The Ptolemies and Cleopatra COLOUR PLATES: Offering Sacrifice --
Working in the Rice Fields --
Cargo Boats on the River --
Musicians --
Builders Carving Stones --
Chariots --
Family Fishing in a Papyrus grove --
A Nobleman and his Wife in a Garden
Responsibility: Translated by Elsa Hammond. Adapted for English readers by Elspeth Boog Watson. Line drawings by Auke A. Tadema. Two-colour plates and wrapper by Charles Keeping.

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