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Three Years in the Libyan Desert.

by Ewald Falls, J.C.:

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London: Darf Publishers, 1985. Reprint in facsimile. Orig. published in 1913. HB. Cloth and dustjacket. 719p, 61 b/w photo plates. Travels, discoveries and excavations of the Menas Expedition (Kaufmann Expedition) - led by the german archaeologist Kaufmann to explore the Christian sites of Cyrenaica - but is of also of wider interest concerrning the local Bedouin peoples and culture. Very Good+ (light edge creasing/rubbing) in Very Good+ protected jacket.


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