1 edition of Catalogue of a Collection of Egyptian Antiquities, the Property of Giovanni D"Athanasi found in the catalog.
Contains: Egyptian antiquities.
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Brooklyn Museum. Full text of "Thebes; its tombs and their tenants, ancient and present, including a record of excavations in the Necropolis" See other formats. ungui (), an Egyptian doctor, wrote several books and articles on Egyptian medicine, and a recent book by J. Nunn, entitled Ancient Egyptian Medicine (), provides a concise but detailed account of current knowledge on this subject.
it does not seem impossible that a private Egyptian might have held onto a set of texts for about 20 years (cc), to assume that they were sold over the course of 60 years (c) an entire lifetime seems considerably less likely Alternative models of the Theban Magical Library Alongside the 10 papyri already discussed.
Papyrusbiicher in Codexform dagegen kennen wir. 25 Giovanni dAthanasi, A Brief Account of the Researches and Discoveries in Upper Egypt, made under the direction o f Henry Salt, Esq., to which is added a detailed catalogue o f Mr.
Salt collection o f Egyptian Antiquities; illustrated with twelve engravings o f some o f the s most interesting /5(12).