Tue 9 Jun, 2015 07:10 am
About 25 years ago I read about a conflict in an Ancient Egyptian temple. I think the gist of it was that there was speculation that the losers had moved to China.
Of course I don't remember the title of the book that I was reading, except that it was an orthodox book on the Ancient Egyptians, not a sensationalist work.
Can anybody tell me what that conflict was, what the temple was, etc.? I'd like to make use of it in a play I am writing.
The only collaborating evidence that I can remember that the book made was comparisons of the Chinese eye on their ancient boats and the similar Ancient Egyptian eye.
My thanks to anybody who can assist!
The only collaborating evidence ...
Perhaps the word you mean is corroborating?
Also another peculiar word choice has my curiosity. I don't know what you mean here. Is this a religious book?
orthodox book on the Ancient Egyptians
OK. Need a new box of crayuns.
Welcome to A2k, Clerk59.
I don't know the answer to your question, but I had to mention I like your style
are you sure they did not move to Persia or India? that would be more logical. Egypt and China had very few if any connections. Persia and India were in trade/recognition of eachother.