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British Library digitised image from page 165 of "From Sphinx to Oracle. Through the Libyan Desert to the Oasis of Jupiter Ammon, etc"

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Title: "From Sphinx to Oracle. Through the Libyan Desert to the Oasis of Jupiter Ammon, etc"

Author(s): White, Arthur Silva [person]

British Library shelfmark: "Digital Store 010095.e.9"

Page: 165 (scanned page number - not necessarily the actual page number in the publication)

Place of publication: London (England)

Date of publication: 1899

Publisher: Hurst & Blackett

Type of resource: Monograph

Language(s): English

Physical description: xv, 277 pages (8°)

 

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003906042 (physical copy) and 014832015 (digitised copy)

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