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The Resource The ancient history of the Egyptians : Containing I. A description of the several parts of Egypt, with the most remarkable curiosities, as the obelisks, pyramids, Lake of Mr̆is, Nile, &c. II. The customs, laws, religion and manners of the Egyptians. III. The history of the Kings of Egypt. Herein you have all that is curious or useful in Herodotas, Diodorus Siculas, Pliny, Pompoius Mela, Strabo, &c. Intended chiefly for the use of young students in the universities, and such gentlemen as design not to make antiquity their principal study. Written originally in French by M. Rollin, late rector of the University of Paris, professor of Eloquence in the Royal College, &c. Done into English with additional notes, (electronic resource)

The ancient history of the Egyptians : Containing I. A description of the several parts of Egypt, with the most remarkable curiosities, as the obelisks, pyramids, Lake of Mr̆is, Nile, &c. II. The customs, laws, religion and manners of the Egyptians. III. The history of the Kings of Egypt. Herein you have all that is curious or useful in Herodotas, Diodorus Siculas, Pliny, Pompoius Mela, Strabo, &c. Intended chiefly for the use of young students in the universities, and such gentlemen as design not to make antiquity their principal study. Written originally in French by M. Rollin, late rector of the University of Paris, professor of Eloquence in the Royal College, &c. Done into English with additional notes, (electronic resource)

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The ancient history of the Egyptians : Containing I. A description of the several parts of Egypt, with the most remarkable curiosities, as the obelisks, pyramids, Lake of Mr̆is, Nile, &c. II. The customs, laws, religion and manners of the Egyptians. III. The history of the Kings of Egypt. Herein you have all that is curious or useful in Herodotas, Diodorus Siculas, Pliny, Pompoius Mela, Strabo, &c. Intended chiefly for the use of young students in the universities, and such gentlemen as design not to make antiquity their principal study. Written originally in French by M. Rollin, late rector of the University of Paris, professor of Eloquence in the Royal College, &c. Done into English with additional notes
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The ancient history of the Egyptians
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Containing I. A description of the several parts of Egypt, with the most remarkable curiosities, as the obelisks, pyramids, Lake of Mr̆is, Nile, &c. II. The customs, laws, religion and manners of the Egyptians. III. The history of the Kings of Egypt. Herein you have all that is curious or useful in Herodotas, Diodorus Siculas, Pliny, Pompoius Mela, Strabo, &c. Intended chiefly for the use of young students in the universities, and such gentlemen as design not to make antiquity their principal study. Written originally in French by M. Rollin, late rector of the University of Paris, professor of Eloquence in the Royal College, &c. Done into English with additional notes
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Subject
Language
eng
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CU-RivES
Citation location within source
N30188
Citation source
English Short Title Catalog
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1661-1741
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Rollin, Charles
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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History, Ancient
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The ancient history of the Egyptians : Containing I. A description of the several parts of Egypt, with the most remarkable curiosities, as the obelisks, pyramids, Lake of Mr̆is, Nile, &c. II. The customs, laws, religion and manners of the Egyptians. III. The history of the Kings of Egypt. Herein you have all that is curious or useful in Herodotas, Diodorus Siculas, Pliny, Pompoius Mela, Strabo, &c. Intended chiefly for the use of young students in the universities, and such gentlemen as design not to make antiquity their principal study. Written originally in French by M. Rollin, late rector of the University of Paris, professor of Eloquence in the Royal College, &c. Done into English with additional notes, (electronic resource)
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  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • With a final errata leaf
  • Price on title page: (Pr. 1s. 6d.)
  • Reproduction of original from Trinity College Library Watkinson Collection
  • Errata reported by CSmH. Di errata bound after the titlepage
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ESTCN30188
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80
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unknown
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[2],111,[3]p.
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electronic
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Access restricted to subscribing institutions
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not applicable
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Electronic reproduction.
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remote
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The ancient history of the Egyptians : Containing I. A description of the several parts of Egypt, with the most remarkable curiosities, as the obelisks, pyramids, Lake of Mr̆is, Nile, &c. II. The customs, laws, religion and manners of the Egyptians. III. The history of the Kings of Egypt. Herein you have all that is curious or useful in Herodotas, Diodorus Siculas, Pliny, Pompoius Mela, Strabo, &c. Intended chiefly for the use of young students in the universities, and such gentlemen as design not to make antiquity their principal study. Written originally in French by M. Rollin, late rector of the University of Paris, professor of Eloquence in the Royal College, &c. Done into English with additional notes, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • With a final errata leaf
  • Price on title page: (Pr. 1s. 6d.)
  • Reproduction of original from Trinity College Library Watkinson Collection
  • Errata reported by CSmH. Di errata bound after the titlepage
Control code
ESTCN30188
Dimensions
80
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[2],111,[3]p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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