Very good in very good dust jacket. "Best BUY" Nice Xlg Hardcover Book with a Chipped Dustcover, Some Shelfwear, Edge spots, Dings, Tight Binding, Crisp, Clean, Unmarked Text/This Stored Almost Unused Inscripted Book has Been Price Reduced for Quick... xxii, 404 p.,  leaves of plates: ill.; 25 cm. Includes: Illustrations, Plates. Reprint of the 2d ed., 1894, published by the University Press, Cambridge, Eng., with a new introd. "The chapters contained in this book were originally written to form the introduction to the Catalogue of the Egyption collection in the Fitzwilliam...Includes bibliographical references and index.
Very Good in Good jacket. Size: ; Causeway Books Hard Back; Facsimile of the second edition, 1894. Hardcover Book Very Good/Good Condition. Very clean and unmarked green cloth, black lettered on spine. Faint rubbing of edges and spine ends. Square, solid and tight with endbands. Publishers green topstain faded at spine end. Numerous Illustrations and lists/illustrations of hieroglyphics, the cartouches of Egyptian kings Egyptian Year and Coptic Numbers, etc. The Rosetta Stone is explained in detail Frontispiece of a mummy. Pages are clean and unmarked. Blue and Black jacket is worn at spine ends, rubbed, closed tear on lower edge. Protective cover. A comprehensive look at a fascinating culture, which, among other things, was most devoted to their dead, as evidenced by the importance placed on mummification and all its attendant ramifications. The author was Keeper of the Department of Egyptian and Assyrian Antiquities, British Museum. New York: Causeway Books, 1974 First Thus. 6.5x9.5" tall; 404pp with Index.
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