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Unlocking the mysteries of DAILY LIFE in ANCIENT EGYPT
How did ordinary Egyptians live in the time of the pharaohs? Renowned British Egyptologist John Romer explores the ruins of an ancient village just outside Thebes, where generations of craftsmen and artists built and decorated royal tombs. There, relics reveal the most intimate details of the people’s daily lives: their meals, their loves, their quarrels, and even their dreams.
Go inside the pharaohs’ most magnificent tombs and see astonishing art and priceless treasures. Meet the scribes, stonemasons, and high priests who presided over this city of the dead. Learn the secrets of the tomb raiders and the tricks devised to thwart them. This four-part series provides fascinating insights into a civilization now lost to the ages.
As seen on public television.
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16-page viewer’s guide with maps, The Life of a Scribe, a history of Egyptian script, The Making of Ancient Lives by John Romer, and more.
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One of the world’s foremost archaeologists, John Romer led the Brooklyn Museum’s expedition to excavate the tomb of Ramesses XI. Since 1979, he has served as president of the Theban Foundation, an organization for the preservation of Egyptian royal tombs.
Very nice, I like John Romer he has a nice voice and a friendly manner. Well done video you will probably like this and an interesting story if you just want something... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Maxwell H
All I had was VHS tapes I made from the telly back then! So nice to have this well-done series in good shape! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Donald W. Honan
John Romer is perhaps one of the most intriguing and personally fascinating historians there is. He is unflinching when it came to describing the lifestyles of all peoples' rich... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Justin J.M. Higner
Spectacular history, beautifully presented. Anyone interested in Egyptian history should see this.Published 4 months ago by vmiman
Brilliant study, and full of human contact, warmth and humor.Published 5 months ago by Robin the Hammer
a very pleasant change from the usual documentary format. The historian has a very appealing down tone manner and his stories are fascinating. Quite a good seriesPublished 11 months ago by just me