Ancient Egyptian Design Coloring Book by Ed Sibbett Jr.

By Ed Sibbett Jr.

Тридцать девять подлинных иллюстраций взятых из гробницы Тутанхамона и других святынь в Фивах . Историческая информация сопровождает каждый рисунок и краткое введение в глоссарий богов . Thirty-nine actual photographs taken from Tutankhamuns Tomb and different shrines at Thebes, from the 18th-20th Dynasties. making a choice on captions with old details accompany each one drawing and a quick creation and thesaurus of gods entire this tremendous resource of historic Egyptian pictorial layout.

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Shy, proud, and quiet, George usually thought carefully before he spoke. He did not easily flirt with girls or make chitchat. Upper-class Virginians based marriage more on money matters than love. Parents often arranged a son or daughter’s marriage. In May 1752 George proposed marriage to 16-year-old Betsy Fauntleroy, daughter of a wealthy Virginian. Twice, Betsy turned him down. The Fauntleroys would not accept him into their upper-crust world. And even though George was now an adult, Mary refused to turn over control of Ferry Farm, his inheritance from his father.

They passed the ravine where Jumonville had died. On July 8 they caught up with Braddock’s force two miles from the Monongahela River and 12 miles from Fort Duquesne. Washington awoke the next morning shaking and aching from head to toe. But Washington believed Braddock would win a great victory that day and he couldn’t miss out. He somehow climbed onto his horse’s back for the first time in a month and joined the general. An advance guard set out. Behind them the main force of 750 men splashed across the Monongahela and began climbing the bank on the far side.

Then Washington penned his signature to the paper. Due to poor translation, eagerness, or exhaustion, Washington did not understand certain passages in the surrender paper. The French commander had carefully worded parts of the document. In signing, Washington admitted the French had only attacked him to avenge Washington’s secret murder of the French diplomat, Jumonville. On July 4, with drummers beating a march, the British left Fort Necessity with their flags flying. Seventy wounded rode in wagons or on the backs of their fellow soldiers.

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