Humanity: Its Fountain And Stream

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The Pharaoh would marry someone of his blood to keep the linage pure. Government through coregencies is a matter of debate among Egyptologists, but was prevalent during most Egyoptian dynasties. There were few slaves in the early civilizations. No history should be presented as an exercise in celebration... In Middle Egyptian, however, both s and z were used to write s's. Their thoughts on death and the afterlife were preserved in the Book of the Dead.

Pages: 120

Publisher: Nabu Press (September 17, 2011)

ISBN: 1245841319

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