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Codex of Ancient Egyptian Plant Remains / Codex des Restes Végétaux de l'Egypte Ancienne

By: Christian de Vartavan(Author), Arminée Arakelyan(Author), Victoria Asensi Amorós(Author)
370 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: SAIS Books Ltd.
Codex of Ancient Egyptian Plant Remains / Codex des Restes Végétaux de l'Egypte Ancienne
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  • Codex of Ancient Egyptian Plant Remains / Codex des Restes Végétaux de l'Egypte Ancienne ISBN: 9780952782704 Edition: 2 Paperback Dec 2010 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Language: Bilingual in English and French

The standard reference in its field now contains 20% more identifications of ancient Egyptian plant remains, for a total of over 5300 from over 500 archaeobotanical and other types of reports.

Features:
# Shortlist to over 500 species of plants recovered from Ancient Egyptian contexts.
# Taxonomical classification of these identified species in the manner of a modern flora.
# Comparative analysis with modern Egyptian flora.
# Index of common English and French names.
# Index of synonymic equivalences of species names.
# Introduction and analysis in English-French.
# List of uncertain identifications.
# Bibliography of the 428 Egyptology and/or archaeobotanical reports exploited.

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By: Christian de Vartavan(Author), Arminée Arakelyan(Author), Victoria Asensi Amorós(Author)
370 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: SAIS Books Ltd.
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