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1. Books are a great source of information on Ancient Egypt.  To locate a book search your

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3Web Pages can be an excellent source of information.  To find more information on Ancient Egypt try the Magellan Search Engine.  Let's pretend that you want to find out more information on Hieroglyphics.  To search for information you must :

     

 

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Created: June 24, 1998
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