David Randall-Maciver, Leonard Woolley
This book is a fascinating account of the excavations of the Romano-Nubian Cemetery at Karanog, in Upper Egypt. It provides a detailed description of the funerary practices, beliefs, and customs of the ancient inhabitants of this region, as revealed through the study of the tombs, mummies, and artifacts that have been uncovered. A must-read for anyone interested in archaeology, ancient history, or the culture of ancient Egypt.
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