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Red Land, Black Land : Daily Life in Ancient Egypt
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Red Land, Black Land : Daily Life in Ancient Egypt

By Mertz, Barbara

William Morrow & Co, 2008. 410 pages, index, reading list, color photos, black-and-white illustrations. Boards are clean, text is unmarked. Dustjacket is bright & clean. Mertz, internationally renowned Egyptologist brings a long-buried civilization to vivid life. In her writing we observe priests and painters, scribes and pyramid builders, slaves, housewives, and queens - and receive fascinating tips on how to perform tasks essential to ancient Egyptian living, from mummification to making papyrus.. Revised & Updated. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. Used.


Maut : A Tale of Ancient Egypt

By Leonis, Sheila

London: Rider & Co. 95 pages. Boards are clean, rear board has dampness ripple to cloth but no stains, name/notations on first and last page. Dustjacket is bright small stain on rear cover, age discoloring, small tears. An unusal story set in ancient Egypt. The author, while at Memphis, enters the oldest building in the world where a strange transition takes place and she finds herself back in the vivid past. From this point the story becomes saturated with the mysteries of ancient Egypt.. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good. Used.


Rebel in the Soul, A Sacred Text of Ancient Egypt

By Reed, Bika

New York, NY, U.S.A.: Inner Traditions International, Ltd., 1978. 141 pages, B/W illustrations & photos. Edgewear, bumped corners, light crease in front cover, chipping and scratches. Book is an original initiatic text from ancient Egypt. A complete and coherent translation of the Berlin Papyrus 3024, thought to be nearly 4,000 years old. In a form of a dialogue between a man and his soul, this papyrus explores the inner dialogue between doubt and mystical knowledge.. ISBN: 0-89281-004-1. Oversized Soft Cover. Good. Used. Egypt. Catalogs: Egypt, Pyramids.