4 edition of Description de lÉgypte found in the catalog.
Contains only selected plates, with commentary by Albert Champdor.
|Statement||Éditions dart A. Guillot|
|Publishers||Éditions dart A. Guillot|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 94 p. :|
|Number of Pages||44|
|2||Collection Art et archéologie|
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The 9 volumes of text hold comprehensive information about modern Egyptian society, as well as Egypt's physical environment and natural resources. a machine-translated version of the French article. Condition is described in the main body of the cataloguing, where appropriate.
In 1798, Napoleon Bonaparte launched an expedition of 35,000 soldiers to conquer Egypt. The island was mainly known to be one of the burial places of Osiris. De Maillet's idea on biology had a similar basis. The Description de lÉgypte work fills twenty-three volumes and contains engravings depicting 3,000 individual images. The most monumental is certainly the dromos linking the site of Karnak and the site of Luxor. In addition to the temple of Mut, The Precint of Mut is composed of 5 other temples.
This edition therefore becomes the basis for any analysis of Maillet's ideas. The 432-hertz frequency is only 8 hertz down in frequency but a clear measurable difference in harmony, both audible and visible. Although it is partially ruined. The majority of the original manuscript material for the Description resides in Paris' National Archives and National Library.
Today, with the efforts of the BA International School of Information Science ISIS, the preservation of this valuable collection has been possible.
The central papyrus columns have a circumference of 10m for a height of 24m. The magnificent large format editions are works of art of unprecedented accuracy and beauty. It is the first of 5 volumes describing ancient Egypt. Additions and modifications of content originating from Benoit by Mascrier. Other modifications, generally of a trivial nature, which are of unknown origin. To this end nearly 500 French civilians were dispatched to Egypt, led by men drawn from the Institut de France, and known popularly as the savants.
These are printed with the original engraved plates, some having been retouched to allow this new edition. It includes a resting temple built by Ramesses III 1217-1155 BC.
When the French army left Egypt in 1801, the savants took with them large quantities of unpublished notes, drawings, and various collections of smaller artefacts that they could smuggle unnoticed past the British.
Another dromos connects the Precint of Amun and the Precint of Mut.
Telliamed: or, discourses Between an Indian philosopher and a French missionary, on the diminution of the sea, the formation of the Earth, the origin of men and animals, and other curious subjects, relating to natural history and philosophy.