A History of Art in Ancient Egypt
by C. Chipiez, G. Perrot
Publisher: Chapman and Hall 1883
Number of pages: 465
These volumes are the first instalment of an undertaking which has for its aim the history and critical analysis of that great organic growth which, beginning with the Pharaohs and ending with the Roman Emperors, forms what is called Antique Art.
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