The Teaching of Amen-Em-Apt, Son of Kanekht; The Egyptian Hieroglyphic Text and an English Translation of the Moral and Religious Teachings of Egyptian Kings and Officials illustrating the Development of Religious Philosophy in Egypt during a Period of about Two Thousand Years. E. A. Wallis BUDGE.
The Teaching of Amen-Em-Apt, Son of Kanekht; The Egyptian Hieroglyphic Text and an English Translation of the Moral and Religious Teachings of Egyptian Kings and Officials illustrating the Development of Religious Philosophy in Egypt during a Period of about Two Thousand Years.

The Teaching of Amen-Em-Apt, Son of Kanekht; The Egyptian Hieroglyphic Text and an English Translation of the Moral and Religious Teachings of Egyptian Kings and Officials illustrating the Development of Religious Philosophy in Egypt during a Period of about Two Thousand Years.

Covent Garden: Martin Hopkinson, 1924. First Edition. Hardcover. Octavo. xvi + 260pp. Original red cloth with gilt titling to spines, b&w frontis with tissue guard, b&w plates. A study of the evolution of moral ideas in ancient Egypt, over a period of some two thousand years, presented through translations of moral and religious texts. Includes typeset renderings of hieroglyphic texts, English translations and commentaries. A little light rubbing and darkening to cloth, page edges a bit darkened, endpapers unevenly browned, neat contemporary owner's name etc in pen on front blank, bookshop sticker on front pastedown. Still a tight, solid and clean VG+ copy with a VG example of the very scarce dust jacket (Dust jacket is a bit darkened and rubbed, all edges and extremities lightly chafed, not clipped). Item #63492

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