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Neues Reich. Dynastie XXVI. a-d. Sarkophag: [a] Decke, [b-d.] Seitenbreter;  e. Fragment eines Sarkophags; f-h. Pyramiden von Giseh [Jîzah], Inschriften eines Sarkophags; i. Mumienstatuette. [a-e. i. jetzt im K. Museum zu Berlin.]

Neues Reich. Dynastie XXVI. a-d. Sarkophag: [a] Decke, [b-d.] Seitenbreter; e. Fragment eines Sarkophags; f-h. Pyramiden von Giseh [Jîzah], Inschriften eines Sarkophags; i. Mumienstatuette. [a-e. i. jetzt im K. Museum zu Berlin.]

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Summary

Drawings of ancient Egypt temples, murals, statues, NYPL

date_range

Date

1849 - 1855
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Contributors

Lepsius, Richard (1810-1884), Author
Eirund, E., Artist
Weidenbach, Ernst (1818-1882), Lithographer
Königliche Museen zu Berlin
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Location

Berlin
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New York Public Library
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