This work is an introduction to everyday life in ancient Egypt: homes, dress, amusements, the life of women and children, scribes, doctors, craftsmen, and administrators. Pictures, able descriptions, and the author's brilliant of recreations of Egyptian life make this a highly engaging work, perfect for the beginning student or curious reader.
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Leonard Cottrell's passionate interest in archaeology began when he was a boy of twelve and took him on extensive travels. From 1942 to 1959 he was on the staff of the BBC as a war correspondent, documentary writer and drama producer. The first of his famous archaeological books. The Lost Pharaohs was published in 1949 and his other books include The Bull of Minos (also available in Sutton History).
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