1913 Egyptian Myth and Legend
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First Edition, Illustrated, Publishers' Original Binding
The first edition of this work, illustrated with seven colour plates, and thirty-three monochrome plates. Collated, complete.
A renowned Scottish journalist and folklorist, and a prolific writer on subjects including religion, mythology and anthropology, Mackenzie presents an appealing study of the myths and legends of Egypt between the rise of the Nilotic civilisation, and the end of the Greco-Roman age.
Historical and comparative notes are accompanied by stunning full page plates both in colour and in monochrome, displaying famous paintings and statuary that depict the deities discussed.
In the publisher's original pictorial cloth binding. Bumping to spine head and tail, otherwise externally lovely. Light spotting to fore edge of text block. Internally, firmly bound. Pages bright and generally clean, with only the odd spot.
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