Egyptian Ceremonial Masks

January 1987
Archaeology;Jan/Feb87, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p20
Features books on ceremonial masks in ancient Egypt. 'Conceptions of God in Ancient Egypt,' by Erik Hornung; 'Ritual Masking,' by Margaret Murray; 'Principles of Egyptian Art,' by Heinrich Schafer; 'Isis in the Greco-Roman World,' by Reginald Eldred.


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