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The Serpent Myths of Ancient Egypt. Being a Comparative History of These Myths Compiled from the Ritual of the Dead, Egyptian Inscriptions, Papyri, And Monuments in the British and Continental Museums

By William Ricketts Cooper

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Title: The Serpent Myths of Ancient Egypt. Being a Comparative History of These Myths Compiled from the Ritual of the Dead, Egyptian Inscriptions, Papyri, And Monuments in the British and Continental Museums  
Author: William Ricketts Cooper
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Language: English
Subject: History of Africa, History of the Middle East
Collections: European Libraries Collection
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1873
Publisher: Robert Hardwicke

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Cooper, W. R. (1873). The Serpent Myths of Ancient Egypt. Being a Comparative History of These Myths Compiled from the Ritual of the Dead, Egyptian Inscriptions, Papyri, And Monuments in the British and Continental Museums. Retrieved from http://ebooklibrary.org/


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