The Emperor - Volume 08

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The Middle Kingdom is considered Egypt’s `Classical Age’ when art and culture reached great heights and Thebes became the most important and wealthiest city in the country. However, one of the most important and holy of jobs that a priest may have was to care for an oracle, which usually took the form of a statue. Although the duties of the lay physician are vague due to the lack of information contained in the medical papyri, we can assume that they were closely linked to the field of surgery because of their medical training.

Pages: 48

Publisher: ValdeBooks (January 14, 2010)

ISBN: 1444426273

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