Poems about ancient egyptian gods

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The Tale of Sinuhe: And Other Ancient Egyptian Poems 1940-1640 B.C. by Unknown

Drawing on recent advances in Egyptology, R. B. Parkinsons new translations bring to life for the modern reader the golden age of Egyptian fictional literature, the Middle Kingdom (c. 1940-1640 BC). The book features The Tale of Sinuhe, acclaimed as the masterpiece of Egyptian poetry, which tells of a courtiers adventures after he flees Egypt. Other works include stories of fantastic wonders from the court of the builder of the Great Pyramid, a lyrical dialogue between a man and his soul on the nature of death and the problem of suffering, and teachings about the nature of virtue and wisdom, one of which is bitterly spoken from the grave by the assassinated king Amenemhat I, founder of the Twelfth Dynasty.
A general introduction discusses the historical context of the poetry, the nature of poetry, and the role of literature in ancient Egyptian culture., while a full set of notes explicates allusions, details of mythology, place-names, and the like. Parkinsons book provides, for the first time, a literary reading to enable these poems to entertain and instruct the modern reader, as they did their original audiences three-and-a-half thousand years ago.

Content:
TALES
1 The Tale of Sinuhe
2 The Tale of the Eloquent Peasant
3 The Tale of the Shipwrecked Sailor
4. The Tale of King Cheops’ Court
DISCOURSES
5. The Words of Neferti
6. The Words of Khakheprreseneb
7. The Dialogue of a Man and his Soul
8. The Dialogue of Ipuur and the Lord of All
TEACHINGS
9. The teaching of King Amenenmhat
10. The Teaching of King Merikare
11. The ‘Loyalist’ Teaching
12. The teaching of the Vizier Ptahhotep
13. The Teaching of Kheti
PHRASES AND FRAGMENTS
14. Phrases and Fragments
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Published 10.12.2018

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This great collection of poems about Ancient Egypt for kids, was written in by British children's writer Paul Perro. They are educational, but fun too. Ancient Egypt was one of the first ever great civilizations - it came before the Ancient Greeks and the Romans. In this collection of short poems, Paul Perro celebrates them and their achievements in a way that is both fun and educational. When you have finished reading the poems, please scroll down a little further to find some fun facts about Ancient Egypt.

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  1. Princess T. says:

    Introduction: I love mythology and the ancient Egyptian gods and goddesses intrigue me.

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    Ancient Egyptian Love Poems Reveal a Lust for Life

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