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The Murder of Tutankhamen by  Bob Brier - Paperback - First Edition - from Village Idiot's Books and Biblio.com

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The Murder of Tutankhamen

by Brier, Bob

Condition: Very Good


Berkley Trade. PAPERBACK. 0425166899 EXCELLENT FIRST EDITION, FIRST PRINTING WITH A FULL NUMBER LINE. COVER IS WHOLE WITH GOOD COLOR, NO SUN FADING AND MINIMAL TO VERY MINOR SURFACE FLAWS. NO NAMES OR MARKS SEEN ON TEXT PAGES. NOT AN EX-LIBRARY DISCARD. NOT A REMAINDER-MARKED LEFTOVER. FRESH PHOTO SECTION. SEE PHOTOS IF AVAILABLE. 5180 KW 01. . Very Good.

Dr. Bob Brier has spent more than twenty years studying ancient Egypt, focusing on paleopathology, the study of disease in the ancient world. He is one of the world's most authoritative and respected Egyptologists and the author of two previous books, Ancient Egyptian Magic and Egyptian Mummies . Currently, he hosts the Learning Channel's most successful series ever, The Great Egyptians . Dr. Brier is chairman of the philosophy department at the C. W. Post Campus of Long Island University, in Brookville, New York.




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