The mummies colouring book-File Photo
CAIRO – 14 July 2017: Turin Museum in Italy issued recently a group of colouring and puzzles books for children to introduce to them the Egyptian civilization in a simple way.
These books provide a lot of information to the children about different sides from the ancient Egyptian life like what are mummies, statues and the animals that existed in the Ancient Egyptian life.
The most prominent are a group of colouring books portraying animals in old Egyptian eras. In the Pharaonic era there were a lot of Gods and divinities strongly attached with certain animals like falcons and crocodiles. Old Egyptians used to believe that these animals bring welfare and luck.
Turin museum displayed as well a number of colouring books about mummies and the daily life of Ancient Egyptians. The National Museum of the Italian Risorgimento (Turin) is the first, the largest and the most important among the 23 museums in Italy dedicated to the Risorgimento. The Museum houses variety of valuable collections like weapons, flags and uniforms. It includes as well printed and written documents like the original manuscript of II Canto degli Italiani song by Goffredo Mameli, which is now the Italian National anthem.