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THE ANCIENT EGYPTIANS,
THEIR PRIVATE LIFE,
RELIGION, AND EARLY HISTORY ;
DERIVED FROM A COMPARISON OF
THE PAINTINGS, SCULPTURES, AND MONUMENTS STILL EXISTING,
WITH THE ACCOUNTS OF ANCIENT AUTHORS.
JlIlustrated by Drawings of those Subjects.
By J. G. WILKINSON, F.R.S. M.R.S.L. &c.
TOPOGRAPHY OF THEBES," &c.
IN THREE VOLUMES.
HUGH DUKE OF NORTHUMBERLAND, K.G.
My Lord Duke, In dedicating to your Grace the accompanying Work, I am anxious to show how fully I appreciate the encouragement you have always given to science and literature, as well as the interest you take in Egyptian researches ; and to offer a testimony of my respect, and of the gratitude I feel for much personal kindness and attention. I have the honour to subscribe myself
London, September 1. 1836.