The Treasures of Ancient Egypt from the Egyptian Museum in Cairo
Alessandro Bongioanni, Maria Sole Croce
Rizzoli, 2003 - Art - 631 pages
The Egyptian Museum in Cairo houses the world's most celebrated collection of Egyptian antiquities. Because of the encyclopedic nature of the collection, this comprehensive, illustrated guide to the museum is required reading for anyone interested in Ancient Egyptian history and culture. With over 900 color illustrations, thorough explanations, and detailed descriptions of over 570 objects, this book is a wealth of information.
The Egyptian Museum is currently touring a show throughout the United States called The Quest for Immortality: Treasures from the Egyptian Museum. Currently in Boston, it will travel to seven cities before the end of 2007.
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