Cover title: A guide to the Egyptian Museum, Cairo.
|Other titles||Guide to the Egyptian Museum, Cairo.|
|Statement||United Arab Republic, Ministry of Culture, Antiquities Dept., the Egyptian Museum, Cairo.|
|LC Classifications||DT59.C243 C34 1968|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||210, xx p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||210|
|LC Control Number||76366263|
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Original book: Daressy, Georges, "A brief description of the principal monuments exhibited in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo." (Egypt: Press of the French Institute of Oriental Archaeology, ). xvi pages, 56 pages: folded plans ; Author: Georges Daressy. General Egyptian Book Organization Publisher - 57 works / 0 ebooks A brief description of the principal monuments Matḥaf al-Miṣrī. Read. al- Ḥalqah al-Dirāsīyah al-Iqlīmīyah li-ʻĀm , 1 book Samḥah Amīn Khūl. Trafalgar Square. The lively Trafalgar Square is in many ways the centre of London, playing host to a variety of activities including celebrations like the Royal Wedding, Olympics One-year-to-go celebrations, St. Patrick’s Day and Chinese New Year; . Georges Émile Jules Daressy (19 March – 28 February ) was a French Egyptologist.. He worked from in the Egyptian Museum in t his responsibilities was the museum's move from Bulaq to Giza in , and then to the present-day location in He is an author of the general catalog of the museum.
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