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An Egyptian Princess, Vol. 10

By Ebers, Georg

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Title: An Egyptian Princess, Vol. 10  
Author: Ebers, Georg
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Language: English
Subject: Literature & thought, Literature and history, Literature & philosophy
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Chapter XIII. The waters of the Nile had begun to rise again. Two months had passed away since Phanes? disappearance, and much had happened. The very day on which he left Egypt, Sappho had given birth to a girl, and had so far regained strength since then under the care of her grandmother, as to be able to join in an excursion up the Nile, which Croesus had suggested should take place on the festival of the goddess Neith. Since the departure of Phanes, Cambyses? behavior had become so intolerable, that Bartja, with the permission of his brother, had taken Sappho to live in the royal palace at Memphis, in order to escape any painful collision. Rhodopis, at whose house Croesus and his son, Bartja, Darius and Zopyrus were constant guests, had agreed to join the party.

 

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