By Miroslav Verner
This fascinating new book—richly endowed with black-and-white historic images, colour plates of latest paintings, and informative illustrations—at final files the uncovering through a committed group of Czech archaeologists of a hitherto overlooked wealth of old is still relationship from the outdated nation to the past due interval. this can be Abusir, realm of Osiris, God of the useless, and its tale is one in all either smooth archaeology and the long-buried mysteries that it seeks to uncover.
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Abusir: Realm of Osiris by Miroslav Verner