PANTHEON AEGYPTIORIUM, sive de Diis eorum commentarius, cum prolegomenis de Religione et Theologia Ægyptiorum. Volumes I & II only.
by Jablonski, Pauli Ernesto
- Both volumes quarter bound in vellum and boards with corners; text shows foxing, but all pages readable and otherwise free of ma
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- JD Holmes, ABAA - ILAB (US)
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- PANTHEON AEGYPTIORIUM, sive de Diis eorum commentarius, cum prolegomenis de Religione et Theologia Ægyptiorum. Volumes I & II only.
- Jablonski, Pauli Ernesto
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- Used - Both volumes quarter bound in vellum and boards with corners; text shows foxing, but all pages readable and otherwise free of ma
- Francofurti ad Viadrum: Sumptibus Ioan. Christ. Kleyb., 1750-52
- ancient Egypt gods Mysteries symbolism
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