Stanley Lane-Poole’s succinct but detailed survey of Egyptian society examines life in the city and life in the country, its schools and universities, its museums and mosques, its art and architecture, and Europe’s influence on it after a recent European campaign there. With over 100 illustrations and pictures included, Poole’s interesting analysis of Egypt includes his thoughts on their system of government, the nature of religion in the everyday life of an Egyptian, and the treatment and role of women in Egyptian society.
- Detailed survey of nineteenth century Egyptian society
- Over 100 illustrations and pictures
- All Scripture references are linked directly to the Bibles in your Logos Library
- Title: Social Life in Egypt
- Author: Stanley Lane-Poole
- Publisher: P. F. Collier
- Publication Date: 1884
- Pages: 138
About Stanley Lane-Poole
Stanley Lane-Poole (1854–1931) was born in London, England. For almost twenty years he worked at the British Museum before moving to Egypt to research Egyptian Archeology. In 1897 he became chair of Arabic studies at Dublin University.