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    Kamal Mallakh
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    0882252933
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    978-0882252933
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    Newsweek; First Edition edition (1980)
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Kamal el-Mallakh (Arabic: كمال الملاخ‎) was a famous Egyptian archaeologist who was among the Egyptian antiquities inspectors who discovered the . Treasures of the Nile: art of the temples and tombs of Egypt (1980).

Kamal el-Mallakh (Arabic: كمال الملاخ‎) was a famous Egyptian archaeologist who was among the Egyptian antiquities inspectors who discovered the King Khufu Solar ship in 1954.

Being published simultaneously under the title Museums of Egypt. La Farge, Henry Adams, 1902-. Egypt - Civilization - To 332 . Bianchi, Robert Steven, 1943- author.

The Gold of Tutankhamen, Kamal El-Mallakh & Arnold Brackman (1978).

1918-10-26)October 26, 1918 Egypt. 1987-10-29)October 29, 1987. The Gold of Tutankhamen, Kamal El-Mallakh & Arnold Brackman (1978).

He graduated from the School of Fine Arts in 1943 with a degree in. .

He graduated from the School of Fine Arts in 1943 with a degree in Architecture and then received a master's degree in Egyptology from Cairo University. In 1954 El Mallakh discovered two pits just south of the Great Pyramids of Giza on Cairo's western outskirts, he found Cheops first boat, the oldest wooden relic of Ancient Egypt Kingdom.

Kamal el-Mallakh (كمال الملاخ) was a famous Egyptian archaeologist who discovered The King Khufu Solar ship in 1954.

art of the temples and tombs of Egypt. Bibliography: p. 168. "Being published simultaneously under the title Museums of Egypt. 171 p. : Number of pages. El Mallakh maintained that a nearby pit contained another boat.

More than a guide this volume, with its superb color reproductions often on the same page as the accompanying text, provides easy identification of the subjects discussed. To this are added maps and a brief history of Egyptology. This unique presentation of Egyptian archaeological sites is the first to be published in English, and the book will prove invaluable to prospective travelers, students and interested readers.