Pyramid

Pyramid

eBook - 2011
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They Pyramids at Giza in Egypt have stood for over 4,500 years, and the amazingfeat of their construction is shrouded in mystery. This superb collection of specially commissioned photographs tries to answer some of the riddles about themand the people who built them. Discover what archeological finds have revealedabout life on the banks of the Nile during the Pyramid Age. See the pyramids and temples of Egypt and Mexico in breathtaking detail, as well as statues of pharaohs, officials, workers, and religious texts written on stone and papyrus thousands of years ago. Reconstructions show the step Pyramid Complex at Saqqara, the interior passages of the Great Pyramid, and a pyramid being built. Pyramid is a unique and fascinating introduction to the mysteries of these striking and colossal structures.
Publisher: 2011
ISBN: 9780756686154
Branch Call Number: E-Book CHILD

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WildNightElf
Jun 09, 2015

I find it amazing how many different cultures used pyramids, and what they used them for. I find them fascinating and would really like to explore one some day.

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WildNightElf
Jun 09, 2015

If you are wanting information on all the different pyramids, then this is the book for you. It has detailed pictures and information about all the different cultures that designed the pyramids, what they were used for, how they were made, what was inside them, when they were made, and so much more. By the time you finish this book you will be a pyramid expert.

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Jun 09, 2015

_"Each one is a tomb, built by a pharaoh (king) as the final resting place for his body.The pyramids were meant to help the dead pharaohs achieve eternal life."_Pyramid_James Putnam

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