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Cults and creeds in Graeco-Roman Egypt / by H. Idris Bell
Bib ID 2502142
Format BookBook
Author
Bell, H. Idris (Harold Idris), Sir, 1879-1967
 
Description Liverpool : Univ. Press, [1953] 
x, 117 p. 
Series

Liverpool monographs in archaeology and Oriental studies.

Subjects Jews -- Egypt.  |  Egypt -- Religion -- 332 B.C.-640 A.D.  |  Egypt -- Church history.
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