Egyptian Literature

Egyptian literature traces its beginnings to ancient Egypt and is some of the earliest known literature. Indeed, the Egyptians were the first culture to develop literature as we know it today, that is, the book.

Read more about Egyptian Literature:  Ancient Egyptian Literature, Christian Egyptian Literature, Islamic Egyptian Literature, Modern Egyptian Literature, Notable Egyptian Writers

Other articles related to "egyptian literature, literature":

Sport In Egypt - Literature
... The ancient Egyptian literature dates back to the Old Kingdom, in the third millennium BC ... Religious literature is best known for its hymns to and its mortuary texts ... The oldest extant Egyptian literature are the Pyramid Texts the mythology and rituals carved around the tombs of rulers ...

Famous quotes containing the words literature and/or egyptian:

    I make a virtue of my suffering
    From nearly everything that goes on round me.
    In other words, I know wherever I am,
    Being the creature of literature I am,
    I shall not lack for pain to keep me awake.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)

    What greater light can be hoped for in the moral sciences? The subject part of mankind in most places might, instead thereof, with Egyptian bondage expect Egyptian darkness, were not the candle of the Lord set up by himself in men’s minds, which it is impossible for the breath or power of man wholly to extinguish.
    John Locke (1632–1704)