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by George Hart,James Putnam

  • ISBN: 1561384623
  • Category: Сhildren's books
  • Author: George Hart,James Putnam
  • Subcategory: History
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Running Press (October 3, 1994)
  • Pages: 32 pages
  • FB2 size: 1321 kb
  • EPUB size: 1694 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 678
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The people of ancient Egypt emerged as one of the first Western civilisations

The people of ancient Egypt emerged as one of the first Western civilisations. Sustained by the River Nile and protected by vast deserts, the Egyptians lived in comparative security, prosperity and peace far thousands of years. Ancient Egypt has been called a land of temples and tombs, and for centuries people have been filled with wonder at the ingenuity of the Egyptians, whose impressive works have withstood the ravages of time so well. Had it not been for the long-lasting nature of their monuments and carved inscriptions in the form of hieroglyphics', much evidence of their activities would have vanished from all historical records.

The history of ancient Egypt spans the period from the early prehistoric settlements of the northern Nile valley to the Roman conquest, in 30 BC. The Pharaonic Period is dated from the 32nd century BC, when Upper and Lower Egypt were unified, until . . The Pharaonic Period is dated from the 32nd century BC, when Upper and Lower Egypt were unified, until the country fell under Macedonian rule, in 332 BC. Note. For alternative 'revisions' to the chronology of Egypt, see Egyptian chronology.

Help your child unlock the mystery of the ancient Egyptian culture. This treasure trove includes a museum-quality replica stone necklace, papyrus, hieroglyphic stamps, an Egyptian board game, and other artifacts that will teach young explorers about the rituals and customs of this intriguing and influential society. In addition, Ancient Egypt could also introduce your child to an exciting career. As the Los Angeles Times suggests, this kit is just the thing when your child wishes to investigate archaeology..
Reviews about Ancient Egypt: Start Exploring (Working for Myself) (7):
Kemath
I bought this treasure chest as a "treat" (for my daughter or myself, I am still not sure) to finish off our study of ancient Egypt. We couldn't wait, so we opened it right away and were thrilled. I expected most of the activities to be too hard for my 6yo, but she has enjoyed them thoroughly. The lock can be a bit hard for small fingers to open, but the key is easy to work and that can be fun enough in itself. There are 2 board games, both of which she could play. One is very, very simple (think Chutes and Ladders) while the other requires more strategy. Depending on your child's interests/abilities in games you might find that you only play one of the two, but we have been happy playing both. The playing pieces are made rather flimsy light cardboard, but they are functional enough if your child is careful. The stamping set is about average, and suffers from all the little problems child's stamping kits are heir to, but overall produces legible hieroglyphs. You'll need an extra pair of hands or weights to hold the papyrus unrolled, but it looks great when you're finished. The hieroglyph "decoder" wheel has been great fun for my daughter who thinks codes are exciting. The necklace was a little disappointing, only because the string provided came apart when I tried to disentangle it. We replaced it with our own string/wire and made our lovely necklace just fine. The beads had holes large enough for my child to thread them herself, although a needle proved helpful. The posters (one of deities reverses to one of regents and another one with a map) are attractive and informative without being overwhelming and my daughter enjoyed placing the approppriate stickers on the spaces provided on the map. The only piece of this chest w ehave not used yet is the grid for reproducing an egyptian picture, but I'm sure many other children are more artistically inclined than mine and will find it fun. Overall, my daughter and I have enjoyed this kit immensely and highly recommend it.
Fararala
Learning should be fun, and this splendid kit from Running Press Kids is truly a blast. I purchased this for an eight-year-old who had begun to demonstrate an interest in studying Egyptian history. I can guarantee that this gift was a total WOW for him. He didn't just read about art, science, religion, and daily activities -- he was able to actually hold in his hands "artifacts" that stimulated his interest to an even higher degree.

This is a great value, and his parents enjoyed playing with it almost as much as he did!
Jieylau
i got this for my little 10 year old sister for Christmas and she adored it! lately she's been into archaeology and egypt and i knew this would be the perfect gift for her! some pieces were missing and its Very hard (atleast for me and/or until you get it open once and then get the key out) to open but other than that she still places with it a month later.
Dordred
I ordered this kit during our study of ancient civilizations. What better place to begin than Egypt. I thought my boys (ages 6 & 7) would enjoy the games and making their own heiroglyphics. The package was very interesting looking and peaked their curiosity immediately. However, the beads to the necklace were next to impossible to string. The stamps were also very small and did not stay in the place when trying to make the heiroglyphic messages. The book and sample papyrus were great. In fact, my 6 year old took both to our homeschool co-op for show and tell. All in all, not bad, but a little pricey for what you get.
Keel
A great way for young and old alike to discover Ancient Egypt. A wonderful product and a wonderful Amazon transaction.
Goldfury
This was a gift for a 12 year old girl who was thrilled to receive it. Fun, educational and well made.
Akinozuru
This product is fantastic! I am a 7th grade teacher and I used this treasure chest to get started on my hands on Egypt day in which the kids could learn in a different way. I love it!
I had this 20? 25? years ago and still think back on it as so fun. I still have the necklace! I'll be getting this for my daughter when she's old enough.

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