Egyptian Art in the Age of Pyramids by Metropolitan Museum of Art

By Metropolitan Museum of Art

This publication accompanies the 1999-2000 touring exhibition, which assembled one the main wide collections of Egyptian paintings and artifacts because the Tutankhamun exhibition within the overdue Seventies. Illustrations and essays deliver this panoply of previous country gadgets to existence.

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