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Who Were the Pharaohs?: A History of Their Names with a List of Cartouches
by Stephen Quirke
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Dover Publications, 1991-02. Paperback. Like New. Softcover. Cover is in very good condition with normal shelf and use wear. Tight binding. Clean unmarked text. No highlighting or pen/pencil markings. We ship daily.
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- Who Were the Pharaohs?: A History of Their Names with a List of Cartouches
- Stephen Quirke
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- ISBN 10
- ISBN 13
- Dover Publications
- Place of Publication
- Mineola, New York, U.s.a.
- Date Published
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