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Anglo Egyption Relation

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Language: English

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In ancient times it was a flourishing kingdom and one of the earliest known civilizations, known for its development of hieroglyphic writing and its achievements in agriculture, art, and architecture. The government has aroused ordinary people’s fear of foreign meddling—supposedly by America, Europe and Israel—to rally Egyptians behind its crackdown, even as it asks many of the same foreigners to invest in Egypt’s economy.

Pages: 468

Publisher: Frank Cass Publishers; 2nd edition (January 2001)

ISBN: 0714614998

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