The Egyptian News
Publisher: Recorded Books
Date: August 2008
Duration: 1 hours 41 minutes
Extra! Extra! Read all about it! The Egyptian News delivers late-breaking stories about ancient Egypt. From royal intrigue to military battles and pyramid building, these articles capture the most fascinating aspects of daily life thousands of years ago. There's so much happening in Egypt it's hard to keep track of it all. Pyramids are being built block by block. Battles are being fought with neighboring invaders, and there is always something going on with the royal family-the life of a pharaoh is never boring!
But what is it like for normal, everyday Egyptians? Farmers' lives are forever linked with the rise and fall of the great Nile. In fact, in a place where it almost never rains, the Nile is the source of life for everyone. Mummies and pharaohs, pyramids and tombs highlight this must-have listen for budding Egyptologists. An animated reading from narrator Kerin McCue summons all the excitement of life in the distant past.