Published September 30, 2007
by PowerKids Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Firenze Inklink (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
A Day in the Life This engaging, high-interest book satisfies your student's curiosity about a day in the life of a pharaoh. Rich details about the relevant historical period and culture are included, as well as subject-specific fast facts that correlate to the curriculum. 32 pages: 25 cm This book describes a busy day in the life of Pharaoh Ramesses, King of Upper and Lower Egypt around B.C Includes index Getting dressed -- Making offerings -- Judging -- Visitors -- Setting sail -- On the Nile -- Hunting -- A royal visit -- At the tomb -- River sport -- Open festival -- Time to relaxPages: Get this from a library! A day in the life of a pharaoh. [Emma Helbrough; Inklink (Firm)] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for # A day in the life of (Koala Books)\/span> \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 schema. See what a day in the life of the Pharaoh is like by reading about how they spent their morning, afternoon and evening on a typical day in Ancient Egypt. Storyboard Text. I just woke up, but because I'm the Pharaoh, I was only alone for a few minutes. My servants clean and dress me, then cover me in gold adornments.
This book is great because it puts readers in the driver's seat, giving them a first-person experience in the humorously narrated information about daily life as a pharaoh in ancient Egypt. While the book is informational, it reads like a historical fiction book, which students will enjoy, yet it doesn't provide quite enough information for it /5. Daily Life of a Pharaoh By Max Daubert Political Pharoah-The Pharaoh also played a part in political Egypt, too.-He would usually get very involved in the Egyptian army and trade system.-He could also build whatever he wanted to build to keep peace with the gods. Experience a day in the life of Ancient Egypt through the voices of some very different people. From a pharaoh to a farmer, housewife to a nobleman, find out how they lived and what their lives. The daily life of Egyptian pharaohs typically involved attending meetings, accepting gifts, paying tribute to the chief god known as Amen-Re, touring the city and performing a ceremony in the temple. Egyptian pharaohs were surrounded by slaves, servants and officials throughout the day.
This engaging, high-interest book satisfies your student's curiosity about a day in the life of a pharaoh. Rich details about the relevant historical period and culture are included, as well as subject-specific fast facts that correlate to the curriculum.5/5(1). The day's audiences completed, he leaves for the temple. As pharaoh, he must pay tribute to the chief god, Amen-Re. It's a pain but, if he doesn't do it, the empire could lose its divine order, or. Looks at the day-to-day life, politics, and culture of the diverse people of ancient Egypt. Teachers. including a brief history of the pharaohs, how pyramids were made, and what life was like for the Egyptian people. Through interesting text, readers are introduced to many important facts about ancient Egypt, including a brief history of. An Egyptian Pharaoh A day in the life of a pharaoh By Claire ‘The sun rises on yet another bright day in ancient Egypt. A man wakes up, but this isn't any ordinary man, this is the pharaoh.’-National Geographic. When you think of the word pharaoh some people think a ruler over all. n ancient.