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Published 1931
Mycerinus, the temples of the third pyramid at Giza /

: "The first of the series of final reports on the excavations at Giza made by the Joint Egyptian Expediton of Harvard University and the Boston Museum of Fine Arts."--Pref.
Folded portraits and part of the plans in pocket. : xx pages, 2 l., [3]-292 pages : illustrations, plates (part folder) plans (part folder; part color) diagrs ; 36 x 27 cm.

Published 1996
A history of the Giza Necropolis /

: Reprint. Originally published: Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 1942.
"The excavations of the expedition directed by myself were carried out in the original concession granted to me in 1902 and the concession granted to Schiaparelli, transferred to me in 1906. In 1902-5 the expedition under my guidance was the 'Hearst Expedition' of the University of California. In 1905 the expedition was transferred to Harvard University and the Boston Museum of Fine Arts."--Pref. (v.1)
"This reprint is strictly limited to 300 copies"--T.p. verso. : v. <1> : illus., plans ; 31 cm.

Published 1942
A history of the Giza Necropolis /

: Library has also v.1 1996 ed. ( F )DT73 .G5 R45 1996 v.1
Vol. 2, completed and rev. by William Stevenson Smith, has also special title: The tomb of Hetep-heres, the mother of Cheops.
"The excavations of the expedition directed by myself were carried out in the original concession granted to me in 1902 and the concession granted to Schiaparelli, transferred to me in 1906. In 1902-5 the expedition under my guidance was the 'Hearst Expedition' of the University of California. In 1905 the expedition was transferred to Harvard University and the Boston Museum of Fine Arts." : 2 volumes : illustrations, plans ; 35 cm.

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