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Peace in Ancient Egypt by Vanessa Davies

Title Peace in Ancient Egypt
Author Vanessa Davies
Publisher BRILL
Release 2018-09-06
Category History
Total Pages 228
ISBN 9004380221
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In Peace in Ancient Egypt, Vanessa Davies offers a new analysis of the ancient Egyptian concept of hetep ("peace").

Peace in the Ancient World by Matthew Melko

Title Peace in the Ancient World
Author Matthew Melko
Publisher
Release 1981
Category History, Ancient
Total Pages 240
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Peace for a Better World by Dr. Abdelfattah Mohsen Badawi

Title Peace for a Better World
Author Dr. Abdelfattah Mohsen Badawi
Publisher Xlibris Corporation
Release 2011-03-08
Category Education
Total Pages 126
ISBN 1456882023
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book focuses on the conflicts and crises of the Middle East. .It also focuses on the future of peace ,disarmament and development in this area. The book is to be considered a leading reference and is the first of its kind in the field of literature in the world of science of peace. It is specially for those who give attention to Peace. Education at secondary schools and academic educations. The book is of the same opinion as the United Nations resolution for the development of the concept and the issues of preventing the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.The concept of disarmament must be taught in all stages of education in all countries of the world. So,the book pay attention to causes & consequences of War and Violence, disarmament and development,War and Peace within man, The divine Alchemy of Peace, Revolutions and the oldest Ancient Egyptian known formal meditation to attain peace.

Between the Wars by Max Overton

Title Between the Wars
Author Max Overton
Publisher Writers Exchange E-Publishing
Release 2021-03-18
Category Fiction
Total Pages 364
ISBN 1922548022
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Rahotep leads his Egyptian army to victory, and Apophis withdraws the Hyksos army northward. An uneasy peace settles over the Nile valley. Rebellions in the north keep the Hyksos king from striking back at Rahotep, while internal strife between the Hyksos nobility and generals threatens to rip their empire apart. War is coming to Egypt once more, and the successors of Rahotep start preparing for it, using the very weapons that the Hyksos introduced--bronze weapons and the war chariot. King Ahmose repudiates the peace treaty, and Apophis of the Hyksos prepares to destroy his enemies at last...

Chronology of Ancient Egypt by A. Vinogradov

Title Chronology of Ancient Egypt
Author A. Vinogradov
Publisher CreateSpace
Release 2014-10-26
Category
Total Pages 340
ISBN 9781502798381
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The book is an outstanding researcher A.G.Vinogradov «Chronology of Ancient Egypt" is devoted to the study of the history of Egypt. The researcher of ancient history, in particular the second millennium BC, correlate the history of the Ancient East, the Egyptian times scale. Kings and dynasties, legal and construction activity, war and peace treaties empires and kingdoms located in the centuries in accordance with the rules of Egyptian chronology. This work includes a system of Egyptian chronology, as in ancient times, and in the 17-19 centuries, and in the present time. Based on the application of mathematical analysis to the study of history.

Peace in the Ancient World by Kurt A. Raaflaub

Title Peace in the Ancient World
Author Kurt A. Raaflaub
Publisher John Wiley & Sons
Release 2016-05-23
Category History
Total Pages 200
ISBN 111864512X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Peace in the Ancient World: Concepts and Theories conducts a comparative investigation of why certain ancient societies produced explicit concepts and theories of peace and others did not. Explores the idea that concepts of peace in antiquity occurred only in periods that experienced exceptional rates of warfare Utilizes case studies of civilizations in China, India, Egypt, and Greece Complements the 2007 volume War and Peace in the Ancient World, drawing on ideas from that work and providing a more comprehensive examination

Life in Ancient Egypt by Adolf Erman

Title Life in Ancient Egypt
Author Adolf Erman
Publisher
Release 1894
Category Egypt
Total Pages 624
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Star Peace by Daniel Lally and Jeff Baugher

Title Star Peace
Author Daniel Lally and Jeff Baugher
Publisher Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release 2017-04-08
Category
Total Pages 200
ISBN 9781545253724
Language English, Spanish, and French
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At the crossroads of ancient Egypt and holistic healing, Star Peace is a mysterious tale that unfolds like The Celestine Prophecy, revealing forgotten wisdom hidden in plain sight and an ancient Egyptian way to peace on earth. Watch the free video prequel and other companion videos at TheheartsMemory.com. AUTHORS' NOTE: We have always loved Star Wars, both for its beloved characters and the phenomenon of 'the force.' And as it continues to captivate a world audience, we thought that it would also be helpful to introduce another star paradigm into the mix: Star PEACE." WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING: "I have been to Egypt many times and especially love the Temple of Dendera. It is the ancient beginning of the science of astrology. Daniel Lally and Jeff Baugher have written this amazing book that offers life-changing insights and movements that can make your life better. I highly recommend this book to you." - ALBERT GAULDEN, FOUNDER OF THE SEDONA INTENSIVE ..".one of the most inventive premises I have encountered. This most unusual story unfolds like an oral history, a story told around ancient fires and passed on to the younger generation. It is the story of rhythm, cycles, and stepping fully into the dance of life." - C.J. WRIGHT, AUNTIEMOON.COM "The perfect marriage - body, mind and spirit all moving in seamless harmony. And even better, making astrology understandable." - WEDA RIEHM "Brilliant! I love the idea of correlating the signs with specific movements that evoke the essential meaning of the sign." - SIMONE BUTLER, ASTROLOGER This book is the edited and abridged version of the authors' previous title, "The Temple of the Zodiac." Co-author DANIEL LALLY began creating this unique holistic wisdom after a decade of tai chi practice and other holistic studies. He is a graduate of the Hakomi body-centered psychotherapy training and teaches the material in this book combined with mindfulness and yoga as a body-centered approach to wellness and spirituality. Co-author JEFF BAUGHER is an astrologer, Shadow Work coach and co-creator of this unique holistic wisdom. In 1996, he left behind a career as an engineer to create an astrology-based business, utilizing the study of patterns to help clients understand the cycles of their lives and businesses. Jeff's gift with astrology is the ability to present information in a simple, down to earth way, and his unique contribution is his research into the 29.6 year progressed sun moon cycle. He is a member of The Organization for Professional Astrology and past president of The Astrological Society of Kentucky. Learn more at Star-Peace.com. This book is part 2 of a multimedia series entitled THE HEART"S MEMORY. Watch the free prequel and companion videos at TheHeartsMemory.com.