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Customs and habits of the ancient Natives.

The Nature, customs, and manners of the Chiefes.

The Customs and manners of the Tapuyans.

Barberous customs of the people of Panuco.

Letter to John Swift, Collector of His Majesty's Customs, Philadelphia

Letter to John Swift, Collector of Customs, Philadelphia

Letter to John Swift, Collector of Customs, Philadelphia

Letter to John Swift, Collector of Customs, Philadelphia

Letter to John Swift, Collector of Customs, Philadelphia

Letter to John Swift, Collector of His Majesty's Customs, Philadelphia

North, Frederick, Lord. To the Commissioners of his Majesty's Customs in Scotland

North, Frederick, Lord. To the Commissioners of his Majesty's Customs in Scotland

Collin, Count. Imperial Customs

Collin, Count. Imperial Customs

Dance of the Mandan Indians

Accompagnamento di una mummia al sepolcro. - Il dio Anubi [Anubis] presta gli ultimi uffizi a un defunto.

Lettura dell' ultima sentenza, e deposizione della mummia nel sepolcro.

Bove che si atterra: custodi di capre e di montoni.

Vasi d'oro, di smalto, e di varie altre materie, figurati nelle tombe tebane.

La casa di Osiride [Osiris]. - Il tribunale di Osiride [Osiris] nell'Amenti.

Due sonatori di arpa figurati nella tomba di Ramses IV.

Indice delle tavole di questo secondo volume: Monumenti Civili. Tavole M.C.

Una barca che ne rimorchia un'altra per trasporto di una mummia. - Due immagini di defunti figurati nella lor tomba. - Ara funebre.

Musica e danza. Un uomo e due donne che cantano; cantori e cantatrici coll' accompagnamento dell' arpa.

Antichissima pittura rappresentante donne sedute sui talloni, che cantano al suono di un doppio flauto (tibiae).

Danzatrici al suono del cembalo; suoni di varj strumenti da corda e da fiato.

Rendimento di conti del bestiame al padrone; asini, porci; cicogne ec.

Barche funebri che servivano al rito della sepoltura.

Due soggetti che figurano la dea Netpe uscente dall' albero mistico, a dar cibo e brevanda ai defunti. - Anubi [Anubis] sta sulla mummia, mentre vola sopra quella l'anima con i segni di trasmigrazione.

Gran banchetto di donne e uomini.

Barche funebri che servivano al rito della sepoltura.

Caccia fatta nella barca, e con gli archetti, o gabbiuzze.

Tre soggetti di trasporto e accompagnamento funebre.

Concerti di suoni e canti con strumenti da corda e da fiato.

Title page, Ser. 2, vol. 2. (A second series of the Manners and customs of the Ancient Egyptians.)

Title page, Ser. 2, vol. 1. (A second series of the Manners and customs of the Ancient Egyptians.)

Title page, Ser. 2, vol. 3. (Supplement: index and plates) (A second series of the Manners and customs of the Ancient Egyptians.)

Abyssian costume, etc.

Oriental album. Characters ... [Title page]

Teyat (oilman), his shop and customers at Cairo

Berberi playing on the kisirka

Warrior from Amhàra

Nubian and a fellah

Janissary and merchant

Nubian females, Kanoosee tribe

Abâbdeh riding dromedaries

Young Arab girl returning from the bath

Habesh or Abyssinian slave

Female of the middle class carrying water from the Nile

Negedi horse, Arabia

Fellah dressed in the hàbá

Portrait of the late George Lloyd, Esquire

Cairine lady waited upon by a Galla slave girl

Dromedaries halting in the Eastern desert

Egyptian lady in the harem

Abâdeh, nomads of the Eastern Thebaid desert

Arab sheikh smoking

Women of middle Egypt

Ghawazi, or dancing girls.

Abyssinian priest and warrior

Peasant dwellings, Upper Egypt

Camels resting in the Shekiyeh

Arnaout and Osmanli [...]

Niram or regular troops

Wahabs with an Azam Arab

Female fellah

Fellahs, a man and women

Bedouins from the vicinity of Suez

Kâfileh with camel bearing the Hodejh

Armenian Lady (At Home)

Turkish Lady of Rank (At Home)

Jewish Marriage

Turkish Cavass (Police Officer)

Turkish Scribe

Jewish Merchant

Armenian Ladies (At Home)

Armenian Bride

Turkish and Armenian Ladies Abroad

List of illustrations

Circassian Warrior

Armenian Piper

Turkish Woman (Unveiled)

Bandit Chief

The oriental album: twenty illustrations, in oil colors, of the people and scenery of Turkey, with an explanatory and descriptive text. By Rev. Henry J. Van Lennep.

A Turkish Effendi

The Oriental Album by H. J. Van-Lennep

Druse Girl

Gypsy Fortune-Telling

Armenian Peasant Woman

Albanian Guard

Armenian Marriage Procession

Educational and professional

The Savannah State College Bulletin: Homecoming Edition, Vol. 8, No. 2

An Evil of Slavery

Educational and professional

Educational and professional

Funeral Services for Miss Lula Smith

The Difficulty of Rearing a Negro Family in Georgia

Educational and professional

Clover Leaves

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