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ISBN:0397312814
Author: Georgess McHargue
ISBN13: 978-0397312818
Title: Mummies (The Weird and horrible library)
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Language: English
Publisher: Lippincott; 1st edition (1972)
Pages: 160

Mummies (The Weird and horrible library) by Georgess McHargue



Discusses natural and embalmed mummies from the frozen mammoths of Siberia to shrunken heads in Ecuador. Home All Categories Politics & Social Sciences Books Mummies (The Weird and horrible library). ISBN13: 9780397314171. by Georgess McHargue. Select Format: Hardcover.

Mummies (The Weird and horrible library). 0397312814 (ISBN13: 9780397312818). Georgess McHargue was author of 35 books for children and young adults, some focused on archaeology, myth, and history. She was born in New York City, the only child of Mac and Georgess (Boomhower) McHargue. She was often referred to as Little G,’’ and, until her death, . ’ At 10 months, she posed for Squibb Cod Liver Oil. She was precocious and a storyteller, even in kindergarten. The world as Georgess McHargue was author of 35 books for children and young adults, some focused on archaeology, myth, and history.

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1972) The Weird and horrible library A non fiction book by Georgess McHargue. Used availability for Georgess McHargue's Mummies. June 1972 : USA Hardback.

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Mummies were buried with "Books of the Dead": these weren't full of curses on grave-robbers, but gave advice on how to get on in the afterlife. In 1901 a British historian, Flinders Petrie, was exploring Pharaoh Djer's tomb. He found an arm wrapped in bandages that had been stuffed into a crack in the wall, perhaps by an early robber. A robber in the 1880s was caught after selling the treasures of 30 mummies. The mummies' revenge! Pharaohs. Some historians think the first pharaohs were invaders from the East (and some potty historians say they were from another planet!). Please call Telegraph Books on 0870 428 4112 or visit ww. ooks.

by McHargue, Georgess. Publication date 1972. Topics Mummies, Mummies. Publisher Philadelphia, Lippincott. Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive. Contributor Internet Archive. Discusses natural and embalmed mummies from the frozen mammoths of Siberia to shrunken heads in Ecuador. Bibliography: p. 155. Bookplateleaf 0008. Camera Canon EOS 5D Mark II. City Philadelphia. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Tracey Gutierres on March 22, 2012.

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Weird History 12 Bizarre Mummification Practices from Around the World. 15. k views 12 items. Most people know about mummies in ancient Egypt, and have maybe even seen one or two in a museum. Mummies have been found around the world, all throughout history, and some cultures still practice mummification today. Incan mummies were said to be pretty stunning, complete with hair, clothing, and jewelry, and were paraded by their people through the streets. Tragically, European colonizers thought this treatment of the dead was irreverent, and so many mummies were destroyed. Because of this, the process by which these mummies were made is still not fully understood.

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Discusses natural and embalmed mummies from the frozen mammoths of Siberia to shrunken heads in Ecuador.