Isis in the Graeco-Roman World (Aspects of Greek and Roman

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The kingdom of Meroë eventually went into decline. Entrance to the tomb of Rekhmire, vizier to Tutmosis III and Amenhotep III. The Chinese had settled in the Huang He, or Yellow River, valley of northern China by 3000 BC. Historians usually group the history of Ancient Egypt into three major kingdoms called the Old Kingdom, the Middle Kingdom, and the New Kingdom. But the art and writing of Nubians and of peoples contemporary with them also give important evidence.

Pages: 281

Publisher: Thames & Hudson Ltd; y First UK edition edition (May 24, 1971)

ISBN: 0500400172

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