Submit an Enquiry or Call Us +44 (0) 1482 384660
Image for Geography matters in ancient Egypt

Geography matters in ancient Egypt

By: Waldron, Melanie

Part of the Geography Matters in Ancient Civilizations series
1406291250 / 9781406291254
Paperback
932.071
02/06/2016
1 in stock Need More ?
England
24 cm 48 pages : illustrations (colour), maps (colour)
Primary & Secondary Education (US: Elementary & High School)  Learn More
Reprint.

How did the River Nile shape Egyptian life? What is a shaduf and what was it used for? How did the Ancient Egyptians make papyrus paper? Geography Matters in Ancient Egypt looks at how the Egyptian Empire changed through time and gives fascinating insights into many different aspects of Egyptian life through its geography.

Read about how the Egyptians made use of desert oases, how they found and used resources such as limestone and granite for building pyramids in desert areas, and how early Egyptian settlers who had decided to build in areas around the River Nile prevented their houses from flooding.

BIC:

1QDAE Ancient Egypt, YQG Educational: Geography

Our price£6.74
RRP £8.99
Save 25%
Other Formats