Life in Ancient Egypt by Lionel Casson

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". . . gracefully written" - The New York Times

Award-winning historian Lionel Casson paints a vivid portrait of the people of ancient Egypt - from peasants and pharaohs to soldiers and scribes and artists and priests - and what life was like beyond the splendors and treasures that remain with us today.

About Lionel Casson

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Lionel Casson was a professor emeritus of classics at New York University. His many books include Life in Ancient Rome, Travels in the Ancient World, and The Ancient Mariners.
Published October 11, 2015 by New Word City, Inc.. 148 pages
Genres: History. Non-fiction