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Eternal Eqypt: The Civilization of Ancient Egypt from Earliest Times to Conquest by Alexander the Great
Montet, Pierre
Pheonix Press
ISBN 10: 1898800464
ISBN 13: 9781898800460

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Eternal Eqypt: The Civilization of Ancient Egypt from Earliest Times to Conquest by Alexander the Great
Montet, Pierre      
ISBN: 1898800464
Pheonix Press London 2005  8vo - over 7" - 9" tall Soft Cover New book, 338 pages. 109 B&W photos, 58 illustrations, 4 maps. Suffused with a warm, though not uncritical, appreciation of all things Egyptians, this is a brilliant account of the civilisation of ancient Egypt from earliest times to the conquest by Alexander the Great. Professor Montet discusses the natural and political conditions of Egyptian life. He then describes the development and expansion of Egypt, and the reactions of neighbouring peoples, gives an account of the Egyptians attitude to their gods and the afterlife, and of their contribution to literature, science and art. Finally he looks at Egypt through the eyes of the ancients and in the light of recent research. An invaluable introduction to one of the greatest and longest-lived civilisations in the world.  As New
Price: $17.95 (AUD)
Book Number: 001685
Bookseller: Viceroy Books  
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Eternal Eqypt: The Civilization of Ancient Egypt from Earliest Times to Conquest by Alexander the Great
Montet, Pierre      
ISBN: 1898800464
Pheonix Press London 2005  8vo - over 7" - 9" tall Soft Cover New book, 338 pages. 109 B&W photos, 58 illustrations, 4 maps. Suffused with a warm, though not uncritical, appreciation of all things Egyptians, this is a brilliant account of the civilisation of ancient Egypt from earliest times to the conquest by Alexander the Great. Professor Montet discusses the natural and political conditions of Egyptian life. He then describes the development and expansion of Egypt, and the reactions of neighbouring peoples, gives an account of the Egyptians attitude to their gods and the afterlife, and of their contribution to literature, science and art. Finally he looks at Egypt through the eyes of the ancients and in the light of recent research. An invaluable introduction to one of the greatest and longest-lived civilisations in the world.  As New
Price: $17.95 (AUD)
Book Number: 002052
Bookseller: Viceroy Books  
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