Egyptian Chronicles, 1861, Part 1
Volume 1 of 2. With a harmony of sacred and Egyptian chronology, and an appendix on Babylonian and Assyrian antiquities. The present writer cannot promise to conduct his readers to discoveries so interesting at once to the eye and to the imagination as that of the tomb of Sesostris; but his work originated in an accidental observation of something as simple in its way as that depression in the sand which was remarked by Belzoni. Contents: Old Chronicle; Manetho; Eratosthenes.
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