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Community and Identity in Ancient Egypt. The Old Kingdom cemetery at Qubbet el-Hawa, by Deborah Vischak, 2015. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; ISBN 978-1-107-02760-2 hardback $107. xviii + 328 pp., 6 b/w figs, 19 col. figs, 2 tables

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Community and Identity in Ancient Egypt. The Old Kingdom cemetery at Qubbet el-Hawa, by Deborah Vischak, 2015. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; ISBN 978-1-107-02760-2 hardback $107. xviii + 328 pp., 6 b/w figs, 19 col. figs, 2 tables

  • Miriam Müller (a1)

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