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Table of contents

  • The Spirit of Ancient Egypt v
  • A Chronology of Egypt's Rulers xi
  • Table of Contents 5
  • Introduction - Egypt's Evolution 7
  • Part I: Daily Life 15
  • 2. Family Life 21
  • 3. Homes and Furnishings 31
  • 4. Food and Drink 37
  • 5. Dress and Jewelry 45
  • 6. Wings and Cosmetics 51
  • 7. Recreation 59
  • 8. Labor and Crafts 67
  • 9. Transportation 73
  • 10. Early International Trade 79
  • 11. Law and Government 83
  • Part II: Beliefs 91
  • 13. Death and Immortality 97
  • 14. Deities 107
  • 15. Creation Myths 121
  • 16. Animal Worship 129
  • 17. Symbolism 137
  • 18. the Priesthood 147
  • 19. Festivals 155
  • 20. Magic and Spells 161
  • 21. Dreams and Divination 169
  • 22. Kings and Conquerors 177
  • 23. Queens 195
  • 24. Battles and Warriors 203
  • 25. the Pyramids 211
  • 26. the Great Sphinx 219
  • 27. Architecture 225
  • 28. Art 235
  • 29. Literature 243
  • 30. Language and Hieroglyphics 253
  • 31. Medicine 263
  • 32. the Calendar 269
  • 33. Stellar Wisdom 275
  • Further Readings 281
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