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Publisher: Merrimac, MA, United States, Destiny Publishers: 1975
Edition: Second Impression.
Seller ID: 012735
Condition: Very Good +
159pp., intext line-drawings throughout. Book clean and square. Vivid silver title over lightly bumped spine. Plain blue, original cloth boards undamaged. Several trivial random flecks, else textblock unmarked. Monochrome illustrated, loose-plastic protected dustjacket minimally edgeworn only. From the front flap: "This book tells the absorbing story of the Great Pyramid. The author has confirmed beyond honest questioning the accuracy and reliability of all that has ... View more info
By: Sands, Emily
Publisher: Rowville, Victoria, Australia, Five Mile Press: 2004
Edition: 1st Thus.
Seller ID: 004982
Condition: Near Fine
Unpaginated (28 pages). Book clean and square. Colour-art illustrations, numerous attachments (envelopes, lift-up flaps) and inserts, throughout. Book clean and square. Spine firm. Leaves clean and undamaged. Endpapers illustrated. Gilt-titled, illustrated boards, with red 'glass' inserts, nominally bumped only. The 'diary' journal, which ends ubruptly, of adventuring Egyptologist Emily Sands, with a discreet disclaimer, to whit: "This book is the facsimile of a jour... View more info
Publisher: Braunton, Devon, U.K., Merlin Books: 1987
Edition: First Edition.
Inscription: By Other
Seller ID: 004634
Condition: Very Good
40pp. Book clean and square. Spine firm. An indecipherable, signed/dated inscription on title page, otherwise leaves clean, but acidic. Printed card wrapper [author portrait rear] lightly edgeworn, bumped, and indented. The Melbourne, Australia-born author is a field archaeologist and Egyptologist, having excavated in Sinai, Egypt, Palestine, Syria, Turkey and Cyprus. He is also a dab hand with a poet's pen . . . Booklet weight approx. 80g. Postage charge will be reduced... View more info
Publisher: London, Sidgwick & Jackson: 1978
Edition: First British Edition.
Seller ID: 008416
Condition: Very Good +
xii, + 270pp., unpaginated, b/white halftone plate section, plus intext, line-drawn maps. Book clean and square. Bright gilt title over lightly bumped spine. Plain black boards undamaged. Text-block unmarked. Art-illustrated, loose-plastic protected dustjacket mildly edgeworn only. A stand-alone volume in Immanuel Velikovsky's monumental 'Ages in Chaos' series, which began in 1950. Contents of this title (with many references to Nebuchadnezzar) include: Prelims., 8 chapt... View more info