Egypt Exploration Society, The Early Years (Occasional Publication) download epub
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20. 9780856981852 (pbk). The Egypt Exploration Society: the Early Years (EES Occasional Publications 16). London: The Egypt Exploration Society, 2007. 20. Volume 131 - David Fearn.
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Publication: Patricia SPENCER (E., The Egypt Exploration Society - The Early Years The Egypt Exploration Society. Occasional Publications. 16 (London, 2007) pp. 199-229, 20 figg. Patricia SPENCER e. The Egypt Exploration Society - The Early Years, (London 2007).
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Patricia Spencer studies Egyptology, Egyptian Archaeology, and History of Egyptology. More Info: An introduction to the Lucy Gura Archive at the Egypt Exploration Society, home to the records of 130 years of EES excavation records. Amara West III. The Scenes and Texts of the Ramesside Temple - Introduction.
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The Egypt Exploration Society (EES) is a British non-profit organization.
The Egypt Exploration Society (EES) is a British non-profit organization. The intent was to study and analyze the results of the excavations and publish the information for the scholarly world. The EES have worked at many major Egyptian excavation and sites.
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Occasional Publication Series, English. It involved a large range of disciplines, from geophysics to ecology, also embracing human health, social sciences, and the humanities.