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Peeps at Many Lands: Ancient Egypt by James Baikie

The Pyramids at Giza, photo by Ricardo Liberato, Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 2.0 license

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Luxor Thebes Upper Egypt by David Roberts

01 – A Land of Old Renown

02 – A Day in Thebes

03 – A Day in Thebes, Continued

04 – Pharaoh at Home

Moses and Aaron before Pharoah

05 – The Life of a Soldier
06 – Child-life in Ancient Egypt

07 – Some Fairy-tales of Long Ago

08 – Some Fairy-tales of Long Ago, Continued

09 – Exploring the Soudan

10 – A Voyage of Discovery

Egyptian hieroglyphs Louvre, image source Guillaume Blanchard, GNU Free Documentation license

11 – Egyptian Books

12 – Temples and Tombs

13 – An Egyptian’s Heaven

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Posted in Ancients and Egypt 9 years, 4 months ago at 1:17 am.

4 comments

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  1. 11 – Egyptian Books and 12 – Temples and Tombs are not working

  2. myaudioschool Mar 30th 2011

    I always appreciate when broken links are brought to my attention! However, I just checked these links and they are both working fine. Perhaps it is a problem on your end?

  3. Heather Sep 9th 2012

    Is there a compiled list of ToG books available on your website (free & subscription)? Thanks! Heather

  4. myaudioschool Sep 10th 2012

    Sorry, Heather, there is not. TOG is a copyrighted curriculum and they do not allow anyone to publish or post listings of their books. We do have many TOG titles and I, myself, am a TOG user 🙂 But we are not able to list their titles here. Unfortunately, you will have to use our site just like a library or book selling site, and look through our Title List page for the titles you need, or click on our broader category titles (such as Ancients) and see what comes up, cross referencing it with your curriculum list.


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