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Canadians on the Nile

Almost a century has passed since C.T. Currelly, Canada’s first egyptologist and founder of the Royal Ontario Museum, conducted his excavations in Egypt. After a long absence from the field, Canadian egyptologists returned to Egypt in the 1970s. They made a major contribution to the development of this fascinating field of study and to the discovery and protection of the ancient monuments on the banks of the Nile and in a far away oasis in the Sahara Desert.

Year of publication : march 1999
18×28 cm , 100 pages
Selling price : 18,5 €. Text in French and English.

Exhibition dates :
from April 14 to May 24, 1999.

Preface by Jean Leclant.
Introduction by Christiane Ziegler.
Essays by Roberta L. Shaw, Anthony Mills, N.B. Millet, Krzysztof Grzymski.

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