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Great pyramid of Egypt. A digest of Great pyramid teaching adapted to the comprehension of the unlearned and of the unscientific. by Philo-Israel pseud.

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Published by W. H. Guest in London .
Written in English


  • Pyramids -- Curiosa and miscellany.

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StatementBy Philo-Israel [pseud.] Also an introduction by Professor Piazzi Smyth... to a paper on the relation of Noah"s ark to the Great pyramid coffer, by the Rev. C. W. Hickson ... followed by observations on the inspired design, also on the Messianic and prophetic symbolism of the Great pyramid and its grand step, by Major H. A. Tracey, R.A., and Charles Horner, esq., respectively ...
ContributionsSmyth, C. Piazzi 1819-1900., Hickson, Charles Wellington., Tracey, Harry Adair., Horner, Charles.
LC ClassificationsQC99 .P56
The Physical Object
Pagination52 p.
Number of Pages52
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6953396M
LC Control Number05009202

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