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The architecture of ancient Egypt; a historical outline, by Edward Bell ... with illustrations
Bib ID 123493
Format BookBook
Author
Bell, Edward, 1844-1926
 
Description London, G. Bell, 1915 
xxiii, 255 p. incl. front., illus., plates, plans. fold. map. 20 cm. 
Series

The origins of architecture

Subjects Architecture, Egyptian.  |  Egypt -- Antiquities.
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