The Nile.
Read Online
Share

The Nile. Notes for travellers in Egypt and in the Egyptian Sudan. by Ernest Alfred Wallis Budge

  • 740 Want to read
  • ·
  • 31 Currently reading

Published by Negro Universities Press in Westport, Conn .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Egypt,
  • Nile River

Subjects:

  • Egypt -- Guidebooks.,
  • Nile River -- Guidebooks.

Book details:

Edition Notes

GenreGuidebooks.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDT45 .B9 1970
The Physical Object
Paginationxx, [ii] 1094 p.
Number of Pages1094
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5075927M
ISBN 100837135508
LC Control Number74106772

Download The Nile.

PDF EPUB FB2 MOBI RTF

This book published as a revised edition in (first published in ) should be read in conjunction with the authors other book entitled White Nile published in The first chapter deals with the discovery of the source of the Blue Nile at Lake Tana by various people dating back to the 16th centuary -some approaching from Cited by:   A sweeping mystery of love, jealousy, and betrayal, Death on the Nile is among Christie’s most legendary and timeless works. An Amazon Book with Buzz: "Sweet Sorrow" by David Nicholls "With fully fleshed-out characters, terrific dialogue, bountiful humor, and genuinely Cited by: 1. Nile mud is black enough to have given the land itself its oldest name, Kem or Kemi, which also means “black” and signifies darkness. In the Odyssey, the epic poem written by the Greek poet Homer (7th century bce), Aigyptos is the name of the Nile (masculine) as well as the country of Egypt (feminine) through which it flows. Directed by Kenneth Branagh. With Gal Gadot, Armie Hammer, Rose Leslie, Kenneth Branagh. While on vacation on the Nile, Hercule Poirot must investigate the murder of a young heiress.

  The book is the story about Nile Kinnick who won the Heisman Trophy in It is written in novel form which helps bring the story to life. The book is more than a story about a great football player. It is a story about integrity, hard work, inspiration, determination and guts.5/5(4). I highly recommend The Nile, not only was the price unbeatable including 12 months online access too, my text book arrived the next business day by courier! I will definitely be buying from The Nile in future having the confidence my text books will arrive in time, next day and at the best price for University students. Thank you! /5(K). The book is primarily focused on three broad groups: the African tribes that resided along the the reaches of the Nile, the Arabian slave traders and conquerors that mixed with tribal peoples over the course of a few hundred years, and more recently the European explorers and colonialists, the latter two being at constant odds and the cau/5.   The newly published book A Sword over the Nile is that corrective. I first read an earlier version of it in Arabic and found its contents so useful as to urge its author, Adel Guindy, to translate.

Song of the Nile begins with a prologue that refers to the myth of Persephone’s descent, and so we know from the start that this book will take Selene into some painful emotional territory. There are The sequel to Lily of the Nile, Song of the Nile by Stephanie Dray continues the story of Cleopatra Selene, daughter of the more famous Cleopatra.4/5. Our Lady of the Nile (French: Notre Dame du Nil) is a French-language novel by Scholastique Mukasonga, originally published in by Éditions Gallimard. It is Mukasonga's fourth book and first novel. The English-language translation, published in the United States in by Archipelago Books, was done by Melanie Mauthier, a poet and writer from the United Kingdom.   Also, this little book makes a good companion read: A Nile Anthology-Travel Writing through the Centuries edited b Wilkinson is a good storyteller, highlighting colorful characters and incidents, and his erudition comes through in descriptions of the social, cultural, and religious milieu of each place and time/5. Emma’s War is a great book if you’re interested in the history of the region but you’re not a PhD student. In a way, my book picks up where this one leaves off. Much of The Black Nile looks at the new peace in Sudan while Emma’s War takes place in the s, when the end of the war was still not in sight.