Table of contents for The ancient Egyptian world / Eric Cline and Jill Rubalcaba.

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Chapter 1: YOU RULE; THE GEOGRAPHY OF EGYPT
Primary Sources: Hymn to the Nile, Inscriptions on the tomb of Harkhuf, Nilometer
Chapter 2: WRITTEN IN STONE; THE FIRST KING
Primary source: Palette of Narmer
Chapter 3: STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN; THE OLD KINGDOM 
Primary sources: Inscriptions at Sehel, The Edwin Smith Papyrus, Pyramid Texts
Chapter 4: THANK YOU, ROSETTA STONE; HIEROGLYPHICS
Primary sources: Clay tablets from Abydos in southern Egypt, Inscriptions on stone and statues, Satire of the Trades
Chapter 5: IT'S A GOD EAT GOD WORLD; EGYPTIAN RELIGION
Primary sources: Great Abydos Stela, Plutarch's version of The Legend of Osiris, Pyramid Texts 
Chapter 6: IT'S A WRAP; MUMMIES AND THE AFTERLIFE
Primary sources: Herodotus, Diodorus Siculus, The Book of the Dead, The Pyramid Texts
Chapter 7: TOMB BUILDERS; THE PYRAMID AGE
Primary sources: Turin Papyrus, The Pyramids Texts, graffiti and inscriptions found in tombs at the Giza Pyramid complex, The Dream Stela
Chapter 8: FROM MONARCHY TO ANARCHY AND BACK AGAIN; THE FIRST INTERMEDIATE PERIOD & THE MIDDLE KINGDOM
Primary sources: The Admonitions of Ipuwer, Ankhtyfy's tomb inscriptions, Herodotus, Manetho, Dialogue Between a Man Tired of Life and His Ba, Tale of Sinuhe
Chapter 9: TAKE TWO MICE AND CALL ME IN THE MORNING; MEDICINE AND MAGIC
Primary sources: Ebers Papyrus; Edwin Smith Papyrus, Herodotus, Diodorus Siculus, Homer, tomb paintings and engravings
Chapter 10: HANDS OFF; THE SECOND INTERMEDIATE PERIOD
Primary sources: Tomb inscriptions of Ahmose, son of Ibana, Papyrus Sallier I, Manetho, Josephus Flavius
Chapter 11: A TALE OF TWO DEITIES; HATSHEPSUT AND THUTMOSE III
Primary sources: Hatshepsut's tomb inscriptions at Deir el-Bahri, Inscriptions at Karnak of Thutmose III's campaigns, Government records.
Chapter 12: IN STYLE ALONG THE NILE; DAILY LIFE 
Primary sources: New Kingdom love poems and song lyrics, The Ebers Papyrus, Herodotus, Last will and testament of Lady Naunakhte, Tale of a Shipwrecked Sailor, The Story of the Eloquent Peasant
Chapter 13: NAME THAT TOMB; AMENHOTEP III AND THE GOVERNMENT OF EGYPT
Primary sources: commemorative scarabs, Tomb inscription from vizier of the First Intermediate Period, Text from the tomb of Amenemhet, scribe to User vizier to Thutmose III.
Chapter 14: DIPLOMACY MAKES GOOD FERTILIZER; FOREIGN RELATIONS DURING THE NEW KINGDOM
Primary sources: By Nile and Tigris by Sir Ernest Alfred Thompson Wallis Budge (1920),
The Amarna Letters, A tablet from Lakhish, The Aegean List
Chapter 15: SUN WORSHIPPING; THE AMARNA PERIOD
Primary sources: The Amarna Letters, Homer's The Iliad, The Great Hymn to Aten
Chapter 16: ONLY TOMB WILL TELL; TUTANKHAMEN
Primary sources: Tutankhamen's mummy, Howard Carter's diaries, New York Times, February 15, 1923, Giovanni Battista Belzoni (1778-1823) 
Chapter 17: SURVIVING CHILDHOOD; GROWING UP IN ANCIENT EGYPT
Primary sources: Berlin Papyrus, Delivery prayers, Strabo Geography book XVIII, scribe Ani's instructions, Princess Ahori wife of Nenoferkaptah, healing spell, Wisdom Texts, Middle Kingdom Song of the Harpist
Chapter 18: WAR AND PEACE; RAMESSES II AND THE BATTLE OF QADESH
Primary sources: Ramesses II Royal Inscriptions, Hittite Egyptian Peace Treaty
Chapter 19: SCRATCH AND SNIFF; VILLAGE LIFE
Primary sources: Notes on ostraca found at Deir el-Medina, oath taken in court, Ebers Papyrus
Chapter 20: BATTLE STATIONS; THE SEA PEOPLES
Primary source: Inscription on the wall of Ramesses III's mortuary temple at Medinet Habu.
Chapter 21: HAPPILY EVER AFTER; THE ARTS
Primary sources: The Ancient Egyptian version of Cinderella; Rhodopis, recorded by Roman historian, Strabo in the first century BCE
Chapter 22: KING FOR A DAY; THE THIRD INTERMEDIATE PERIOD
Primary source: Stela of Piye, Tale of Wenamun
Chapter 23: GREAT EXPECTATIONS; THE GREEK PERIOD
Primary sources: Plutarch, Homer, Arrian
Chapter 24: THE LAST CHAPTER; GRAECO-ROMAN RULE
Primary sources: Letter of Aristeas, Lucan's Civil War, Ptolemy's Almagest, Pliny the Elder, Galen
Epilogue
Timeline
Further Reading
Websites
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Egypt -- Civilization -- To 332 B.C. -- Juvenile literature.
Egypt -- Civilization -- 332 B.C.-638 A.D. -- Juvenile literature.