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Denon, Vivant, 1747-1825, author, illustrator.

Egypt : a series of one hundred and ten engravings exhibiting the antiquities, architecture, inhabitants, costume, hieroglyphics, animals, scenery, &c. of that country, with accompanying descriptions and explanations in French and English, selected from the celebrated work detailing the expedition of the French / by Baron Vivant Denon ... ; engravings are by ... Middiman, Cardon, Audinet, Comte, Mitan, Newton, Cooke, Taylor, Smith, Armstrong, Dadley, Morris, Wise, Roffe, Poole, Pollard, &c.

London : Published by Charles Taylor, 1816
[London] : Printed by Hatfield and Twigg, at the Miltonian Press, Great New Street
Physical Description:
iv, 146 pages, [2] pages, 111 unnumbered leaves of plates (10 folded) : illustrations, portrait, maps ; 51 cm
Rare Books and Manuscripts
Folio A 2022 17
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Not Evaluated
Date of publication follows printing statement.
Title page printed in black and green.
BAC Folio A 2022 17: Plates are not hand-colored. Bound in contemporary marbled boards with leather spine.
Subject Terms:
Egypt -- Antiquities.
Egypt -- Description and travel.
Taylor, C. (Charles), 1756-1823, publisher.

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