Reading Egyptian Art by Richard Wilkinson

Publisher, Thames & Hudson, 1992
Paperback, pp.224

Condition: Near Fine. A clean, tight book.

The art of ancient Egypt has excited imaginations for centuries. But without knowledge of hieroglyphic images, Egypt’s rich artistic legacy, from colossal statues to finely wrought jewelry and miniscule charms, remains obscure. Here, for the first time, is an introduction to the symbolic language of hieroglyphics. 358 illustrations.


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Weight .661 kg


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