Extremely rare. Government Printing Office, Washington, 1921. First edition. Small in-4, 14 pages, 13 plates. This is text is from the Smithsonian Report for 1915 (Publication 2399). Also bound in are the following two pamphlets: "Egypt Exploration Society: Catalogue of Exhibition of Antiquities from Tell El-Amarna, 1920-21" & "The Significance of the Excavations at Tell El-Amarna" by Arthur Weigall. This antique pamphlet has been rebound in half red leather and reddish orange cloth, with raised bands and bright stamped gilt lettering to the spine. The book shows moderate external wear, with light soiling and mild rubbing. A small round paper label is visible in the upper left corner of the front cover. The binding is firm. Annotations in pencil describing contents can be seen on the front flyleaf. The pages and plates, including a well-preserved map of Amarna, are clean and without markings. The other two pamphlets are also clean and without markings. Language: English. Relevant subjects: Egypt: New Kingdom, Amarna, Pyramids, Tombs, Temples & Towns.
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