Baker & Taylor Introduces the history of the ancient Egyptians and their way of life--and death--through their sanitary practices and characteristic odors
Oxford University Press Lose yourself in the aromas of ancient Egypt, from the fragrant pharaohs in their palaces, to the sweaty laborers building the pyramids. Making mummies of the dead was a very smelly business--and unwrapping them thousands of years later was even worse. (Poor Tutenkhamun's finger came off with his bandages.) For sweet relief, pick up some beauty tips from the indisputed queen of the Nile--Cleopatra.