Hathorsäulen und Hathorpfeiler (philippika)

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As the Babylonians believed that water was the 'first principle' from which all else flowed, and as Thales is famous for that very claim, it seems probable he studied in the region. Gems too remained in the possession of a wealthy minority and the stone quarried for temples and tombs served the same class of people and profitted only the craftsmen involved in building. Compared with some other early civilizations, relatively little attention has been paid to how the economy of ancient Egypt functioned.

Pages: 179

Publisher: Harrassowitz Verlag (January 8, 2005)

ISBN: 3447052147

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