The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology Volume 71, 1985

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Book Condition: Very Good

This one's a magazine masquerading as a book, as there is so much to read!It's been lovingly cared for and is pristine with the exception of a little sunning to spine. No names or writing. Measures 9"x11" and has 211 pages plus black and white plates at back of book printed on coated paper. A sampling of article topics include: status symbols in the architecture of El-'Amarna; reflections on the reign of Ramesses VI; the identity of the Ramesside Queen Tyti; the camel in dynastic Egypt; and Anubis and the lunar disc; and the composition of a military work party in Roman Egypt. Other issues available.

Title: The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology Volume 71, 1985

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Categories: Magazines, Archaeology Ephemera, Ancient Civilizations,

Publisher: London, The Egypt Exploration Society: 1985

Binding: soft cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 0161

Keywords: Egyptology. Architecture of El-'Amarna; Ramesses VI. Queen Tyti, camels in dynastic Egypt, Anubis luinar disc,