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" The next tomb to this, on the south, though much ruined, offers some excellent drawing, particularly in some dancing figures to the left (entering), whose graceful attitudes remind us rather of the Greek than the Egyptian school ; and indeed, were we... "
Modern Egypt and Thebes: being a description of Egypt, including the ... - Page 235
by Sir John Gardner Wilkinson - 1843
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Topography of Thebes, and general view of Egypt. Being a short account of ...

John Gardner Wilkinson (sir.) - 1835
...(entering), whose graceful attitudes remind us rather of the Greek than the Egyptian school; and indeed were we not assured by the name of Amunoph II. of...elegant vases, of what has been called the Greek style, * These and similar subjects relate, as I before observed, to historical facts, and not to the person...
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Topography of Thebes, and general view of Egypt. Being a short account of ...

John Gardner Wilkinson (sir.) - 1835
...(entering), whose graceful attitudes remind us rather of the Greek than the Egyptian school ; and indeed were we not assured by the name of Amunoph II. of...suppose them the production of a Greek pencil. On the ri^ht hand wall are some very elegant vases, of what has been called the Greek style, * These and similar...
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Transactions, Volume 17

Royal Irish Academy - Education - 1837
...used at that epoch was, as I have already observed, of gold and silver rings." " On the right hand are some very elegant vases of what has been called the Greek style, but common in the oldest tombs of Thebes. They are ornamented as usual with arabasques and other devices. Indeed, all these forms...
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Hand-book for Travellers in Egypt

John Gardner Wilkinson - Egypt - 1847 - 448 pages
...(entering), whose graceful attitudes remind us rather of Ihc Greek than the Egyptian school ; and indeed were we not assured by the name of Amunoph II. of...might suppose them the production of a Greek pencil. A VERY INTERESTING TOMB. 383 On the right hand wall are some very elegant vases, of what has been called...
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A Handbook for Travellers in Egypt: Including Descriptions of the Course of ...

John Murray (Firm), Sir John Gardner Wilkinson - Egypt - 1867 - 439 pages
...23b', Anc. Eg.) On the right-band, .wajl are some very elcgauF~vases, of what has been called the Greet style, but common , in the oldest tombs in Thebes. They ¡ are ornamented as usual with ara- ¡ busques and other devices. Indeed all these forms of vases, the so-called ¡ Tuscan border,...
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A Handbook for Travellers in Egypt: Including Descriptions of the Course of ...

John Murray (Firm), Sir John Gardner Wilkinson - Egypt - 1873 - 507 pages
...(entering), whose graceful attitudes remind us rather of the Greek than the Egyptian school ; and indeed, were we not assured by the name of Amunoph II. of...might suppose them the production of a Greek pencil. (Ste woodcut 236, ' Anc. Eg.') On the right-hand wall are some •»ery elegant vases, of what has...
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A Handbook for Travellers in Egypt: Including Descriptions of the Course of ...

John Murray (Firm) - Egypt - 1875 - 505 pages
...might suppose them the production of a Greek pencil. (See woodcut 236, ' Anc. Eg.') On the right-hand wall are some very elegant vases, of what has been...in the oldest tombs in Thebes. They are ornamented аз usual with arabesques and other devices. Indeed all these forms of vases, the so-called Tuscan...
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A Handbook for Travellers in Egypt: Including Descriptions of the Course of ...

John Murray (Firm) - Egypt - 1875 - 505 pages
...(entering), whose graceful attitudes remind us rather of the Greek than the Egyptian school ; and indeed, were we not assured by the name of Amunoph II. of the remote period at which they we« executed, we might suppose them the production of a Greek pencil. (£« woodcut 236, ' Anc. Eg.')...
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A Handbook for Travellers in Lower and Upper Egypt, Part 1

John Murray (Firm) - Egypt - 1880 - 562 pages
...(entering), whose graceful attitudes remind us rather of the Greek than the Egyptian school ; and indeed, were we not assured by the name of Amunoph II. of...might suppose them the production of a Greek pencil. (See Wilkinson's ' Ancient Egyptians,' vol. ip 501, woodcut 261.) On the right-hand wall are some very...
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Hand-book for travellers in (lower and upper) Egypt [afterw.] Handbook for ...

John Murray (publishers.), John Gardner Wilkinson (sir.) - 1880
...(entering), whose graceful attitudes remind us rather of the Greek than the Egyptian school; and indeed, were we not assured by the name of Amunoph II. of the remote period at whioh they were executed, we might suppose them the production of a Greek pencil. (See Wilkinson's...
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