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Ancient Records of Egypt: The Twentieth Through the Twenty-Sixth Dynasties, Vol. 4

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Ancient Records of Egypt: The Twentieth Through the Twenty-Sixth Dynasties, Vol. 4

English | 2001 | pages: 539 | ISBN: 0252069765 | PDF | 16,6 mb

With volume 4 of Ancient Records of Egypt, James Henry Breasted brings us to the end of the self-governed era of ancient Egyptian civilization. Chief among the documents contained in this volume are the inscriptions from the Medinet Habu Temple, one of the most completely preserved temples of Egypt, and the great Papyrus Harris, the largest (133 feet long) and most sumptuous papyrus extant, 95 percent of which Breasted was the first to study closely. Together these documents present a detailed record of the reign and benefactions of Ramesses III, whose reign lasted more than thirty years.

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