By Breasted J.H. (Editor)
In 1906, Breasted, America's first famous Egyptologist, released this sequence within which he offers a historical past of the golden age of Egypt gleaned from its documents, lots of which he used to be the 1st pupil to be allowed to check. This variation, the 1st in paperback, deals a brand new advent via historian Peter A. Piccione, who locations Breasted's paintings in a contemporary context. a great sequence for tutorial libraries and priced in order that public libraries can also find the money for them.
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Enactment against robbing the poor of wood due the Pharaoh (11. I 7, 18, Q 52). V. Enactment against exacting dues from a poor man thus robbed (11. 18-20, Q 53). VI. Enactment against robbing the poor of dues for the harem or the gods by the soldiers (11. 20-22, § 54). VII. Enactment against unlawful appropriation of slave service (11. 22-24, Q 55). VIII. Enactment against stealing of hides by the soldiers (11. 25-28, HQ 56, 57). IX. Enactment against connivance of dishonest inspectors with thievish tax-collectors for a share of the booty (11.
Ancient Records of Egypt: Vol. 3: The nineteenth dynasty by Breasted J.H. (Editor)