Zodiac of Dendera, epitome. (Exhib., Leic. square).

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WHOLLY INCOMPETENT: the PURPOSE of the book is lost entirely, because ONLY the blank backs of the FOLDOUT illustrations were photographed. The preserved OCR-readable text is secondary.

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Important 'book', please rescan
From page 14-93 completly unreadable, only hands etc. are shown !!!????
Please redo..

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Page 6 - In 1799, when the French proceeded up the Nile, for the purpose of penetrating into Upper Egypt, under the command of General
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Page 7 - delineated on that Zodiac, together with an immense number of emblematical figures, form a
Page 6 - feet from the ground, and supported by six colossal statues, representing the divinity
Page 8 - a unique gem worthy to grace the first collection in this or any
Page 5 - is now in the Press, and will soon be ready for publication,
Page 6 - they arrived at the ruins of Dendera, on which occasion, says that
Page 6 - the emotion produced throughout the army under my command was so extraordinary,
Page 6 - Isis. The exterior as well as the interior of the walls are
Page 7 - of variegated objects. On the terrace of the temple is a pavillion,

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