Abû Sâlih. The Churches and Monasteries of Egypt and some neighbouring Countries, attributed to Abû Sâlih, the Armenian, translated from the original Arabic by B. T. A. Evetts, M.A., with added notes by A. J. Butler, M.A., small 4to. xxv and 382 pp. with a coloured map, cloth, 21s 1895

The History attributed to Abû Sâlih, the Armenian, is here edited for the first time, from the unique MS. preserved in the National Library, Paris.

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Book of the Dead:

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The work contains the whole of the text of this Sarcophagus (in hieroglyphic type), with a literal translation and transliteration, a general introduction, and a running translation, together with a list of the words contained in the text. This form of publication not only places the text at the disposal of scholars, but also serves as a useful reading-book to those who are engaged in studying the language.

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second edition, with 83 beautiful photographic views of the ancient monu ments found between Cairo and the First Cataract, 2 vols. roy. folio (pub. at 300 frs.), £8. Paris, 1893 attractions. It combines on a reduced scale the full views of David Roberts' Egypt with the scholarship of Champollion and Rosellini's works.

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Par J. DE MORGAN, Xiv and 270 pp.
Paris, 1896

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CONTENTS: Pharaoh and his Princes, or the dynastic changes in the ancient Egyptian government, by I. Cullimore; Obelisks of ancient Egypt, by W. H. Yates; Emperor Trajan's Campaign in Mesopotamia, by W. F. Ainsworth; Hieroglyphics of Horapollo Nilous, by Sam. Sharpe; Ruins of


Naucratis and the site of Sais, by J. S. Buckingham; Notices on Abyssinia, by Ch. Johnston; Province of Hadhramaut, by W. Plate, with map; Wedge Inscription discovered on the Upper Euphrates, by G. F. Grotefend.

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A selection of the ancient tales of Egypt, edited from original sources, and of great importance as illustrating the life and society of ancient Egypt.

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