By Ed Sibbett Jr.
Тридцать девять подлинных иллюстраций взятых из гробницы Тутанхамона и других святынь в Фивах . Историческая информация сопровождает каждый рисунок и краткое введение в глоссарий богов . Thirty-nine genuine photos taken from Tutankhamuns Tomb and different shrines at Thebes, from the 18th-20th Dynasties. picking captions with ancient details accompany each one drawing and a quick creation and word list of gods entire this superb resource of old Egyptian pictorial layout.
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