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by Shirley Glubok

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Author:
Shirley Glubok
ISBN13:
978-0060220396
ISBN:
0060220392
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Publisher:
Harpercollins Childrens Books; 1st edition (March 1, 1978)
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1559 kb
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The Mummy of Ramose book.

The Mummy of Ramose book. The Mummy of Ramose: The Life and Death of an Ancient Egyptian Nobleman.

Describes the life of an Egyptian nobleman of the Eighteenth Dynasty and the mummification and funeral rites that followed his death.

Harper & Row, (c)1978. Describes the life of an Egyptian nobleman of the Eighteenth Dynasty and the mummification and funeral rites that followed his death. Personal Name: Ramose Juvenile literature. Personal Name: Ramose. Geographic Name: Egypt History, Ancient.

Glubok, Shirley; Tamarin, Alfred . joint author. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by abowser on November 10, 2011. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).

i think this book is full of information about egyptian life after death. everybody and anybody doing a project on the subject should read this book. No current Talk conversations about this book.

Describes the life of an Egyptian nobleman of the Eighteenth Dynasty and the mummification and funeral rites that followed hisĀ . Tamarin, Alfred H author. Glubok, Shirley author. Mummies Juvenile literature. Funeral rites and ceremonies Egypt Juvenile literature. Mummies - Juvenile literature. Funeral rites and ceremonies - Egypt - Juvenile literature. Funeral rites and ceremonies - Egypt. Nobility - Egypt - Biography - Juvenile literature. Egypt - History - To 332 .

The Life and Death of an Ancient Egyptian Nobleman. By Shirley Glubok and Alfred Tamarin. These facts are given in the book's postscript. To dramatize them, the authors have imagined how Ramose might have spent his last day of life. He rises at dawn and goes to visit the tomb he is building to house his mummy and that of his pretty young wife, already dead. He performs rituals beneficial to her spirit; he consults with the artists working on the tomb.

An account of the life and death of a high official of ancient Egypt reveals the court life of the 18th Dynasty and the purposes and procedures of mummification