Pharaohs and Foot Soldiers

Pharaohs and Foot Soldiers

One Hundred Ancient Egyptian Jobs You Might Have Desired or Dreaded

Book - 2009
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An illustrated description of 100 jobs in ancient Egypt including reed cutters, sandal makers, embalmers, gardeners, and various other jobs within the government or temple.
Publisher: Toronto ; New York : Annick Press, c2009
ISBN: 9780329715199
0329715194
9781554511709
1554511704
9781554511716
1554511712
Branch Call Number: J 930 B971p 2009
Characteristics: 96 p. : col. ill., col. map ; 28 cm
Additional Contributors: Newbigging, Martha

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Brandon11
Apr 22, 2010

The Ancient Eygptians had many gods in their civilization.

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trisha07
Apr 22, 2010

This book was about Egyptians how they would do their stuff in the olden days.

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ammaarah5
Apr 22, 2010

I loved learning about the egyptians! They do so many different things than we do! Then again, they do so many things we do too!

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Katie19
Apr 20, 2010

wow I was really impressed on how ancient egyptians did so many things that we would be to lazy to do!

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zarku
Apr 15, 2010

some of the jobs were cool and the other jobs were not cool

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Preiyanna101
Apr 12, 2010

I liked learning about how Pharaohs and Foot Soilders do things much different then how we do them.

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pankti1999
Apr 10, 2010

i like the mummy part nd how the take out the organs nd everythin like that it was interesting

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acesonfire_99
Apr 07, 2010

cool:)

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fido_cow
Apr 07, 2010

most weird book but funny

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booksrule_78
Apr 06, 2010

I don't really like this book because I;m that all into books where they just list facts, and facts and facts.

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