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Beneath the Sands of Egypt: Adventures of an Unconventional Archaeologist

Descriere: In 1989, Ryan discovered a lost tomb in the Valley of the Kings using a simple broomstick. Now the archeologist recounts his adventures retrieving the remains of Egypt's past, including the breakthrough rediscovery of Egypt's famous female pharaoh, Hatshepsut.

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Autori: Donald P. Ryan | Editura: William Morrow & Company | Anul aparitiei: 2010 | ISBN: 9780061732829 | Numar de pagini: 286 | Categorie: Archaeology  

  

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