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Stories from Ancient Egypt

Narrated by: Janet Suzman
Length: 1 hr and 53 mins
Categories: Children, Ages 5-7

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These are stories of massive struggles between good and evil, but they are enacted by gods whom the Egyptians thought of as very like themselves, prone to mistakes and a prey to common human failings. In the Beginning, The Children of Ra AtumIsis and OsirisHorus and Seti, The Wisdom of Imhotep, The Glory of the Pharaohs, The Book of Thoth, The Last Pharaohs.

©1997 Montgomery Music Ltd (P)1997 Montgomery Music Ltd

Critic Reviews

“... highly impressive... wonderfully gifted Janet Suzman......” ( Talkaing Business)
“....fills the tales with high suspense and drama...." ( The Independent)

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  • Michael L Shepherd
  • 28-04-2017

I really enjoyed this audiobook.

Well done by a charming narrator, interesting old tales from anti
quity, interspersed with an almost unforgettable tune, probably Arabic but seemingly old egyptian. I listened while in the kitchen and it was good fun, to go with the chores.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 24-05-2016

Great book

Good story nicely read I listen to this while relaxing and driving love the readers voice!

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  • EmilyK
  • 25-04-2018

Egyptian mythology fun for kids

My son and I enjoyed this audio a lot, suitable for younger children but interesting to me and to an older child. This was gentle enough it served as a bedtime listen. The stories were well-narrated and interspersed with music. If I could only pick one, I would slightly prefer Ancient Egypt: Glory of the Pharaohs, by David Angus, over this.