Great tombs of the First Dynasty by W. B. Emery

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Published by Egypt Exploration Society in London .

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  • Tombs -- Egypt -- Ṣaqqārah.,
  • Ṣaqqārah (Egypt) -- Antiquities

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Includes bibliiograhical references.

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Statementby Walter B. Emery ; with the collaboration of T.G.H James ... [et al.].
SeriesExcavations at Sakkara
ContributionsEgypt Exploration Society.
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LC ClassificationsDT73.S3 E54
The Physical Object
Paginationv. :
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Open LibraryOL14758638M

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Great Osiris Temple. From the First Dynasty to the Twenty-sixth Dynasty, nine or ten temples were successively built on one site at Abydos.

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