Luzac & Co.'s Oriental List, Volumes 21-22

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Luzac & Company, 1911
 

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Page 120 - ENGEL'S (CARL) Music of the Most Ancient Nations ; particularly of the Assyrians, Egyptians, And Hebrews ; with Special Reference to the Discoveries in Western Asia and in Egypt.
Page 58 - Scripta Minoa : the Written Documents of Minoan Crete, with Special Reference to the Archives of Knossos.
Page 15 - CAMERA ADVENTURES IN THE AFRICAN WILDS. Being an account of a four months' expedition in British East Africa, for the purpose of securing photographs of the game from life.
Page xxiii - Studies presenting the conclusions formed by the Author in a long life devoted to the subject of the relations between Asia and Europe.
Page xxiii - Yun-Nan, etc. SUMMARY OF EVENTS IN ASIA. AFRICA, AND THE COLONIES. PUBLISHERS: ORIENTAL INSTITUTE, WOKING, ENGLAND.
Page 111 - RT ... Recueil de travaux relatifs a la philologie et a 1'archeologie egyptiennes et assyriennes.
Page 183 - The whole world seemed to me to be ordered for the sole purpose of furthering the religion of the Redeemer, and if this religion is not divine, I understand nothing at all In all my studies of the ancient times I have always felt the want of something, and it was not until I knew our Lord that all was clear to me.
Page 28 - This publication is the second one to appear of the historical and linguistic studies in literature related to the New Testament issued under the direction of the Department of Biblical and Patristic Greek of the University of Chicago.
Page 228 - The Glory of the Shia World. The Tale of a Pilgrimage. Translated and Edited from a Persian Manuscript by Major PM Sykes, CMG, assist d by Khan Bahadur Ahmad din Khan, xiv and 279 pp.
Page 69 - The Buddhist Society of Great Britain and Ireland HAS for its objects the extension of the knowledge of the tenets of Buddhism, and the promotion of the study of Pali, a language allied to Sanskrit, in which the original Buddhist Scriptures are written.

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