History, Ancient, Egypt
Poet passenger pigeons taken over the Way of Horus notify their messages along the pharaonic line by Sylvia Horricks
Rebel doves in kite formation num’rous fly. Above Horus Way line, Thoth’s envoys darken lunar tides. A flock of passenger pigeons transformed military messages into poems on what they saw between watchtowers on the Way of Horus and Tanis. Over the ...
(a tale of Ancient Egypt) by Bolesław Prus
It is Egypt, circa 1100 BCE- trouble comes to the highest spheres of power in this most ancient of governments. Pharaoh’s rule has been usurped by Egypt’s priesthood, the kingdom’s nobility has fallen on hard times, the justice system is broken, ...