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By Adams Media

ISBN-10: 1440534373

ISBN-13: 9781440534379

Thirty-one days, thirty-one chilling tales to scare you all of the strategy to Halloween. On on a daily basis best as much as All Hallows' Eve, you'll be brought to a daunting poltergeist. [i]A Haunted October[i] presents a month's worthy of terrifying stories that'll hang-out you for years to come.

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His son Psamtek II (595–589 BCE) campaigned against the Nubians, forcing them farther south and away from Egyptian territory. Apries (589–570 BCE) colluded with princes in Syria– Palestine in a rebellion against the Babylonians, and provided refuge to their people when they fled Babylonian retaliation once the rebellion was crushed. The Persians under Cyrus destroyed the power of Babylon and systematically gathered up the remnants of its empire. Cyrus’s son Cambyses (530–522 BCE) defeated the Egyptian king Psamtek III (526–525) in May 525 BCE and soon gained control of the entire nation.

Also during Dynasty 5 Egypt initiated sea trade with Punt on the Somali coast; this area would become an important source of incense for Egypt. Along with the reverence for Ra that had marked the first part of Dynasty 5, later kings of the dynasty also gave increasing attention to Osiris as god of the Underworld. The last king of Dynasty 5, Unas (2375–2345 BCE), had the walls within his pyramid at Saqqara engraved with texts intended to aid and ensure the deceased king’s entry into the Kingdom of the Dead.

After Osiris’s death Isis devoted herself to finding the scattered pieces of his body and using her magic and erotic love to return Osiris to life sufficiently to conceive Horus as his heir. Isis’s tears of mourning for Osiris cause the flooding of the Nile, insuring the fertility of Egypt and the continuation of the agricultural cycle. In her marriage to Osiris, Isis is essentially identified with the land of Egypt and Osiris with its bountiful harvests of grain. It is Osiris’s death and revival that guarantees food and continued life for all of Egypt.

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