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An essay towards explaining the antient [sic] hieroglyphical figures, on the Egyptian mummy, in the museum of Doctor Mead, physician in ordinary to His Majesty 1 edition

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Gordon, Alexander

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An essay towards explaining the antient [sic] hieroglyphical figures, on the Egyptian mummy, in the museum of Doctor Mead, physician in ordinary to His Majesty
by Alexander Gordon.

Published 1737 by Printed for the author in London .
Written in English.

Edition Notes

This essay is usually accompanied only by plate 12 of a set of 25 plates orginally published separately. The set of plates was also intended to beread with Gordon's "An essay towards explaining the hieroglyphical figures,on the coffin of the ancient mummybelong to Capt. William Lethieullier". A complete set of plates is very rare.

The Physical Object

Pagination
[iv], 10 p., [1] leaf of plates (fold.) ;
Number of pages
10

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL16248944M

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