Magnificent ready-to-color illustrations of authentic clothing styles worn throughout the long history of Egyptian civilization. Gowns, kilts and headdresses for royalty, costumes for dancers and musicians, ceremonial garb, and much more. Also, accurate representations of such accessories as weapons,... read more
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Magnificent ready-to-color illustrations of authentic clothing styles worn throughout the long history of Egyptian civilization. Gowns, kilts and headdresses for royalty, costumes for dancers and musicians, ceremonial garb, and much more. Also, accurate representations of such accessories as weapons, fans, and musical instruments. 45 black-and-white illustrations.
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