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  1. Egypt

    Hawthorn, Vic. ; Oakland, CA : Lonely Planet Publications, 1996-

  2. Egypt

    Washington, D.C. : U.S. Dept. of Labor, Bureau of International Labor Affairs

    Online Full text via HathiTrust

  3. Egypt

    Washington, D.C. : U.S. Dept. of Commerce, International Trade Administration : Available by subscription from the Supt. of Docs., GPO,

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  1. Lower Egypt with the peninsula of Mt. Sinai and the journeys of the Israelites

    Hughes, William, 1817-1876

    Shows boundaries, rivers, settlements and routes of journeys. Relief shown by hachures. Greenwich meridian. Probably issued in: General atlas of th...

  2. Carte hydrographique de la Moyenne Égypte : où sont indiqués les travaux exécutés ou à exécuter d'après les ordres de son altesse Méhémet-Ali, vice roi d'Égypte : avec le projet de communication directe des deux mers au travers de l'Isthme

    Linant de Bellefonds, L.-M.-A. (Louis Maurice Adolphe), 1799-1883

    Prime meridian - Paris. Relief shown by hachures. Shows: administrative boundaries, roads, canals. Includes lengthy notes. Historic Maps copy has m...

  3. Ruins at Berenice

    Wellsted, James Raymond, 1805-1842

    Includes plan of temple ruins, illustration of stone relief work [scale ca. 1:7], and lithograph panorama of ruins, immediate surroundings, and Red...

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