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Atlas of Ancient Egypt

Pemberton, Delia

(Book - 2005)
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Atlas of Ancient Egypt
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The Nile River literally created civilization in Egypt. The Nile's waters made it possible for people to live and grow food, and to travel and trade with one another. Egypt's birds and animals living along the Nile Valley became the models for its gods and goddesses, and hidden in the vast deserts and mountain ranges that protected Egypt from invasion were rich natural resources of metals, stone, gems, and minerals that became the basis of Egypt's wealth and strength.

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Publisher: New York : Harry N. Abrams, in association with the British Museum, 2005
ISBN: 9780810957961
0810957965
Branch Call Number: j 932 P394a 2005
Characteristics: 96 p. :,ill. (chiefly col.), col. maps ;,30 cm
Additional Contributors: British Museum

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The Nile River literally created civilization in Egypt. The Nile's waters made it possible for people to live and grow food, and to travel and trade with one another. Egypt's birds and animals living along the Nile Valley became the models for its gods and goddesses, and hidden in the vast desert... Read More »


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