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Author: Colin Campbell
Title: Two Theban princes, Kha-em-Uast & Amen-khepeshf, sons of Rameses III., Menna, a land-steward, and their tombs
Publisher: Edinburgh, London, Oliver and Boyd
Subject (keywords, tags): Khaemwaset, Prince of Egypt, son of Ramses III, King of Egypt; Amen-her-khepesh-f; Menna; Tombs -- E
Contributor: University of California Libraries
Format: txt
Size: 43 kb



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