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Middle Egyptian: An Introduction to the Language and Culture of Hieroglyphs by  James P Allen - Hardcover - 3rd Edition - 2014 - from Prior Books and Biblio.com

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Middle Egyptian: An Introduction to the Language and Culture of Hieroglyphs

by Allen, James P

Condition: Like New


Cambridge University Press, 2014. 3rd Edition. Hardcover. Like New. Hardback book in nearly new condition with just a small publisher's 'damaged' stamp; even so not showing any defects, no splits, no cracks, no pen-marks, just some very minor surface rubbing and moderate shelf wear. Contents are crisp, tight and fresh. Thus a never read book still in very presentable condition now offered for sale at a sensible price.


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