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In the newest addition to the "In Ancient Egypt" series, Egyptologist Salima Ikram introduces the splendors of Ancient Egypt through archaeology. Illustrative diagrams and photographs guide young readers through discovering a site, organizing a dig, and surveying and identifying objects. Maps and a glossary are included.
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Our knowledge of the lives of the ancient Egyptians comes from the work of Egyptologists. From the sites of Egypt, from libraries and laboratories, they bring new discoveries and offer new explanations of what really happened thousands of years ago.
In this book, Salima Ikram introduces the work of Egyptologists and explores the way they recreate the past. Simply written, but authoritative, with dozens of photographs and illustrations, this is an excellent introduction for the young enthusiast.About the Author:
Egyptologist Dr. Salima Ikram is Assistant Professor at the American University in Cairo and has worked on several archaeological excavations in Egypt.
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Book Description Amideast, 1997. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M9775325641