Discoveries in Egypt, Ethiopia and the Peninsula of Sinai, in the Years 1842-1845, During the Mission Sent Out by His Majesty Frederick William IV of Prussia
Dr Carl Richard Lepsius (1810 1884) was a pioneering Prussian Egyptologist considered the founder of modern Egyptology. In 1842 he was commissioned by King Frederick Wilhelm IV to lead an expedition to Egypt and Sudan to explore and record ancient Egyptian remains. The expedition included artists, surveyors and other specialists and spent three years recording monuments in...more
Paperback, 483 pages
Published November 2nd 2010 by Cambridge University Press
(first published August 4th 2003)
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