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There Was a King in Egypt

By: Lorimer, Norma, 1864-1948;

There Was a King in Egypt by Lorimer, Norma, 1864-1948; published by New York, Brentano's

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There Was a King in Egypt : Year 1918

By: Lorimer, Norma, 1864-1948;

There Was a King in Egypt by Lorimer, Norma, 1864-1948; published by New York, Brentano's

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Zoology of Egypt

By: Anderson, John, 1833-1900; Boulenger, George Albert, 1858-1937. Fishes of the Nile; De Winton, William Edward;

...Zoology of Egypt by Anderson, John, 1833-1900; Boulenger, George Albert, 1858-1937. Fishes of the Nile; De Winton, William Edward; published by London, B. Quaritch...

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New light on ancient Egypt

By: Maspero, G. (Gaston), 1846-1916; Lee, Elizabeth

...NEW LIGMT ANCIENT G-MASPB NEW LIGHT ON ANCIENT EGYPT THE COVER OF ONE OF THE BIG COFFINS IN DAVIS'S TOMB. Frontispiec... ...NE OF THE BIG COFFINS IN DAVIS'S TOMB. Frontispiece. NEW LIGHT ON ANCIENT EGYPT BY G. MASPERO MEMBER OF THE INSTITUTE, PROFESSOR AT THE COLLEGE DE FR... ...The result is a " living picture " of the researches made in the domain of Egyptology during a period of fifteen years. I have faithfully stated the o... ...ions in the style and manner of expression. NOTE ON THE SPELLING OF THE EGYPTIAN NAMES ( Written specially for the English edition) THE transcripti... ...MES ( Written specially for the English edition) THE transcriptions of the Egyptian names in this volume differ so materially from those in general us... ...e of the three names just quoted, are derived from the Greeks, or from the Egyptians of the Grasco-Roman period ; others are deduced by analogy with G... ... towards the truth, and of undeceiving the public who, on the faith of the Egyptologists, accept as legitimate, pronunciations which would have been c... ...gitimate, pronunciations which would have been considered monstrous by the Egyptians themselves. An error is easily corrected when it first arises, bu... ...Ptolemaic age, a Ouashmariya Riamasha Maiamanou, which corresponds with an Egyptian pronunciation Ouasimariya Riamasa(ou) Maiamanou. But I did not thi...

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New Light on Ancient Egypt

By: Maspero, Gaston Camille Charles, Sir 1846-1916; Lee, Elizabeth

...NEW LIGMT ANCIENT G-MASPB NEW LIGHT ON ANCIENT EGYPT THE COVER OF ONE OF THE BIG COFFINS IN DAVIS'S TOMB. Frontispiec... ...NE OF THE BIG COFFINS IN DAVIS'S TOMB. Frontispiece. NEW LIGHT ON ANCIENT EGYPT BY G. MASPERO MEMBER OF THE INSTITUTE, PROFESSOR AT THE COLLEGE DE FR... ...The result is a " living picture " of the researches made in the domain of Egyptology during a period of fifteen years. I have faithfully stated the o... ...ions in the style and manner of expression. NOTE ON THE SPELLING OF THE EGYPTIAN NAMES ( Written specially for the English edition) THE transcripti... ...MES ( Written specially for the English edition) THE transcriptions of the Egyptian names in this volume differ so materially from those in general us... ...e of the three names just quoted, are derived from the Greeks, or from the Egyptians of the Grasco-Roman period ; others are deduced by analogy with G... ... towards the truth, and of undeceiving the public who, on the faith of the Egyptologists, accept as legitimate, pronunciations which would have been c... ...gitimate, pronunciations which would have been considered monstrous by the Egyptians themselves. An error is easily corrected when it first arises, bu... ...Ptolemaic age, a Ouashmariya Riamasha Maiamanou, which corresponds with an Egyptian pronunciation Ouasimariya Riamasa(ou) Maiamanou. But I did not thi...

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Primitive art in Egypt

By: Capart, Jean, 1877-1947; Johns, Agnes Sophia, 1859-
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Primitive art in Egypt

By: Capart, Jean, 1877-1947
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Primitive art in Egypt

By: Capart, Jean, 1877-; Johns, Mrs. Agnes Sophia (Griffith) 1859-
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New light on ancient Egypt

By: Maspero, Gaston Camille Charles, Sir 1846-1916

...VERSITY OF TORONTO by Ontetrio Legislative Library NEW LIGHT ON ANCIENT EGYPT t THE COVER OF ONE OF THE BIG COFFINS IN DAVIS'S TOMB Frontispi... ...E OF THE BIG COFFINS IN DAVIS'S TOMB Frontispiece NEW LIGHT ON|]|fj ANCIENT EGYPT"""'' G. MASPERO MKMBER OF THE INSTITUTE, PROFESSOR AT THE COtLiOE D... ... The result is a ** living picture " of the researches made in the domain of Egyptology during a period of fifteen years. I have faithfully stated the... ...ations in the style and manner of expression. NOTE ON THE SPELLING OF THE EGYPTIAN NAMES ( Written specially for the English edition) The transcrip... ...NAMES ( Written specially for the English edition) The transcriptions of the Egyptian names in this volume differ so materially from those in general ... ...ose of the three names just quoted, are derived from the Greeks, or from the Egyptians of the Graeco-Roman period ; others are deduced by analogy with... ...rt towards the truth, and of undeceiving the public who, on the faith of the Egyptologists, accept as legitimate, pronunciations which would have been... ...legitimate, pronunciations which would have been considered monstrous by the Egyptians themselves. An error is easily corrected when it first arises, ... ...e Ptolemaic age, a Ouashmariya Riamisha Maiamanou, which corresponds with an Egyptian pronunciation Ouasimariya Riamasa(ou) Maiamanou. But I did not t...

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The architecture of ancient Egypt; a historical outline

By: Bell, Edward, 1844-1926
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Reservoirs in the Valley of the Nile. (With a map.)

By: Society for the Preservation of the Monuments of Ancient Egypt (London, England)
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The Architecture of Ancient Egypt; A Historical Outline

By: Bell, Edward, 1844-1926

... ^^ THE ORIGINS OF ARCHITECTURl THE ARCHITECTURE OF ANCIENT EGYPT it / /* THE ARCHITECTURE OF ANCIENT EGYPT A HISTORICAL OUTL... ....A., F.S.A. WITH ILLUSTRATIONS ^\ LONDON G. BELL AND SONS, LTD. MDCCCCXV "The Egyptians are averse to adopt Greek customs, or, in a word, those of an... ...h is at present dispersed in special books and papers. In giving precedence to Egypt, I am only following the plan of every book that treats historica... ...rst with the Aegean civilization, I do not find in them any reason to displace Egypt from the position hitherto assigned to it in this particular bran... ...f years and existed in very different social circum- stances; and in regard to Egypt particularly is apt to derive the impression that the so-called "... ...nges in aesthetic ideals which, notwithstanding the innate conservatism of the Egyptian race, took place at one or two periods of their history. Thoug... ...ian race, took place at one or two periods of their history. Though the art of Egypt as a whole, especially from the decorative side, has been elabora... ...ased by adding as an appendix a paper by Lepsius dealing with some features of Egyptian art, which, I believe, has not been translated before. He visi... ...ent by King Frederick William IV of Prussia. No one who reads his letters from Egypt and Sinai <:an fail to perceive that he was a man of exceptional ...

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The Rift Valley and Geology of Eastern Sinai

By: Hume, W. F. (William Fraser), 1867-1949

...CIRCUS, W.C. INTRODUCTION. OWING to the kind permission granted me by the Egyptian Government through Sir W. Garstin, Under- Secretary of State for P... ... unexplored. Nor is it difficult in glancing at Zittel's geological map of Egypt based on Schwein- furth's work to recognise the general parallelism o... ...ter, the Akaba rift- system being to this country what the Suez type is to Egypt. Unfortunately this portion of Arabia is not at present readily avail...

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Researches in Sinai

By: Petrie, William Matthew Flinders, Sir 1853-1942; Currelly, C. T. (Charles Trick), 1876-1957
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Primitive Art in Egypt

By: Capart, Jean, 1877-1947; Johns, Agnes Sophia Griffith, 1859

...ART Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org ART IN EGYPT Title: PRIMITIVE ART IN EGYPT Author: JEAN CAPART Language: Engl... ...... ...n drawn from viii PREFACE. the publications of two English societies, the Egypt Exploration Fund and the Egyptian Research Account ; from their pages... ...tive years permitted me to study and to photograph the relics of primitive Egypt, gathered together in his collection at University College, London. I... ... London. I cannot express how much I am indebted to him for the lessons in Egyptian archzeo- logy that I have received from him at the yearly exhibiti... ...rchzeo- logy that I have received from him at the yearly exhibition of the Egypt Exploration Fund. If my book is of a nature to render any assistance ... ...o draw attention to a number of important pieces in his fine collection ot Egyptian antiquities at Bolehill Manor House, Tamworth. PREFACE. ix The Eg... ... Grinding Paint . Ivory Box in Form of a Duck Tatoo-marks of the Primitive Egyptians compared with those o the Libyans. From rAiithropologie Libyans f... ...rah . Clay Model of a Fortified Enclosure Graffiti from the Rocks of Upper Egypt .... Paintings on the Primitive Tomb of Hierakonpolis Paintings on th...

Art -- Egypt ; Egypt -- Antiquities

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Primitive Art in Egypt

By: Capart, Jean, 1877-1947

...ART Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org ART IN EGYPT Title: PRIMITIVE ART IN EGYPT Author: JEAN CAPART Language: Engl... ...... ...awn from vii viii PREFACE. the publications ot two English societies, the Egypt Exploration Fund and the Egyptian Research Account ; from their pages... ...five years permitted me to study and to photograph the relics of primitive Egypt, gathered together in his collection at University College, London. I... ... London. I cannot express how much I am indebted to him for the lessons in Egyptian archaeo- logy that I have received from him at the yearly exhibiti... ...rchaeo- logy that I have received from him at the yearly exhibition of the Egypt Exploration Fund. If my book is of a nature to render any assistance ... ...o draw attention to a number of important pieces in his fine collection of Egyptian antiquities at Bolehill Manor House, Tarnworth. PREFACE. ix The E... ...int 8. Ivory Box in Form of a Duck ..... * 9. Tatoo-marks of the Primitive Egyptians compared with those ol the Libyans. From VAnthropologie .... ID. ... ...h . Clay Model of a Fortified Enclosure . Graffiti from the Rocks of Upper Egypt Paintings on the Primitive Tomb of Hierakonpolis Paintings on the Pri...

Art -- Egypt ; Egypt -- Antiquities

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The Pillar of Witness: A Scriptural View of the Great Pyramid

By: Tracey, Benjamin Wheatley

Great Pyramid (Egypt)

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The Pillar of Witness: A Scriptural View of the Great Pyramid

By: Tracey, Benjamin Wheatley

Great Pyramid (Egypt)

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The Origin and Significance of the Great Pyramid

By: Wake, Charles Staniland, 1835-1910
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New Light on Ancient Egypt

By: Maspero, Gaston Camille Charles, Sir 1846-1916

...VERSITY OF TORONTO by Ontetrio Legislative Library NEW LIGHT ON ANCIENT EGYPT t THE COVER OF ONE OF THE BIG COFFINS IN DAVIS'S TOMB Frontispi... ...E OF THE BIG COFFINS IN DAVIS'S TOMB Frontispiece NEW LIGHT ON|]|fj ANCIENT EGYPT"""'' G. MASPERO MKMBER OF THE INSTITUTE, PROFESSOR AT THE COtLiOE D... ... The result is a ** living picture " of the researches made in the domain of Egyptology during a period of fifteen years. I have faithfully stated the... ...ations in the style and manner of expression. NOTE ON THE SPELLING OF THE EGYPTIAN NAMES ( Written specially for the English edition) The transcrip... ...NAMES ( Written specially for the English edition) The transcriptions of the Egyptian names in this volume differ so materially from those in general ... ...ose of the three names just quoted, are derived from the Greeks, or from the Egyptians of the Graeco-Roman period ; others are deduced by analogy with... ...rt towards the truth, and of undeceiving the public who, on the faith of the Egyptologists, accept as legitimate, pronunciations which would have been... ...legitimate, pronunciations which would have been considered monstrous by the Egyptians themselves. An error is easily corrected when it first arises, ... ...e Ptolemaic age, a Ouashmariya Riamisha Maiamanou, which corresponds with an Egyptian pronunciation Ouasimariya Riamasa(ou) Maiamanou. But I did not t...

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