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Africa

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 74 Collections and/or Records:

A History of Egypt, by James Henry Breasted: Book notes, 1909-1977

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Identifier: M020.01.0001.0056
Overview Fallis Rees' book notes and articles about ancient Egypt and surrounding areas. Fallis F. Rees (1897-1980) was an amateur archaeologist who spent many years studying the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Africa, and the possibility of cross-communication between those civilizations and the cultures developing in the new world.
Dates: 1909-1977

A History of the Sudan, by Anthony John Arkell: book 'Uronarti,' by G A Reisner in Sudan Notes and notes, Vol. XIV, 1931, 1909-1977

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Identifier: M020.01.0001.0057
Overview Fallis Rees' book notes and articles about ancient Egypt and surrounding areas. Fallis F. Rees (1897-1980) was an amateur archaeologist who spent many years studying the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Africa, and the possibility of cross-communication between those civilizations and the cultures developing in the new world.
Dates: 1909-1977

Africa 2--frid02371

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Identifier: frid02371
Overview Two women in suits standing among tall grasses and trees.
Dates: Majority of material found in Date Not Yet Determined

Africa 3--frid02385

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Identifier: frid02385
Overview Six people, three women in pants, two men standing on sea wall with water spraying up. Mountains in background. Semyon Fridlyand (?) last person on right.
Dates: Majority of material found in Date Not Yet Determined

Africa 4--frid02413

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Identifier: frid02413
Overview Garden-like setting with man and woman sitting on bear statute and man (Semyon Fridlyand ?) standing next to them.
Dates: Majority of material found in Date Not Yet Determined

Africa and the Discovery of America, by Leo Wiener: book notes, 1901-1975

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Identifier: M020.03.0003.0025
Overview Fallis Rees' book notes and articles on cross-world communications, together with information on American archaeological sites. Fallis F. Rees (1897-1980) was an amateur archaeologist who spent many years studying the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Africa, and the possibility of cross-communication between those civilizations and the cultures developing in the new world.
Dates: 1901-1975

Africa: North and East: book notes from 'The World and its Peoples', 1909-1977

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Identifier: M020.01.0001.0094
Overview Fallis Rees' book notes and articles about Africa, Mesopotamia, and Asia. Fallis F. Rees (1897-1980) was an amateur archaeologist who spent many years studying the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Africa, and the possibility of cross-communication between those civilizations and the cultures developing in the new world.
Dates: 1909-1977

African Glory, by J. C. deGraft Johnson: book notes, 1909-1977

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Identifier: M020.01.0001.0095
Overview Fallis Rees' book notes and articles about Africa, Mesopotamia, and Asia. Fallis F. Rees (1897-1980) was an amateur archaeologist who spent many years studying the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Africa, and the possibility of cross-communication between those civilizations and the cultures developing in the new world.
Dates: 1909-1977

An Ethiopian Royal Sarcophagus, by Dows Dunham: book notes, photocopy of article from Bulletin of the Museum of Fine Arts, Vol XLIII, 1909-1977

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Identifier: M020.01.0001.0051
Overview Fallis Rees' book notes and articles about ancient Egypt and surrounding areas. Fallis F. Rees (1897-1980) was an amateur archaeologist who spent many years studying the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Africa, and the possibility of cross-communication between those civilizations and the cultures developing in the new world.
Dates: 1909-1977

An Introduction to Egyptian Art: book notes, 1909-1977

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Identifier: M020.01.0001.0058
Overview Fallis Rees' book notes and articles about ancient Egypt and surrounding areas. Fallis F. Rees (1897-1980) was an amateur archaeologist who spent many years studying the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Africa, and the possibility of cross-communication between those civilizations and the cultures developing in the new world.
Dates: 1909-1977