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Egypt: Descriptive, Historical, and Picturesque, 2 vols.

Author:
Georg Moritz Ebers (German, Berlin 1837–1898 Tutzing, Bavaria)
Translator:
Clara Courtenay Bell (British, 1834–1927)
Author:
Introduction by Samuel Birch (British, London 1813–1885 London)
Artist:
Frontispiece after Sir Edward John Poynter (British (born France), Paris 1836–1919 London)
Illustrator:
(Gustav) Adolf Gnauth (German, Stuttgart 1840–1884 Nuremberg)
Illustrator:
Ludwig Burger (Polish, Warsaw 1825–1884 Berlin)
Illustrator:
Leopold Carl Müller (Austrian, active Egypt, Dresden 1834–1892 Austria)
Illustrator:
Wilhelm Gentz (German, 1822–1890)
Illustrator:
Bernhard Fiedler (Austrian, 1816–1904)
Illustrator:
Ferdinand Keller (German, 1842–1922)
Illustrator:
Hans Makart (Austrian, Salzburg 1840–1884 Vienna)
Illustrator:
August Ramsthal (active late 19th century)
Illustrator:
Carl Friedrich Heinrich Werner (German, 1808–1894)
Illustrator:
Gustav Theuerkauf (German (?), active late 19th century)
Illustrator:
Gustav Karl Ludwig Richter (German, 1823–1884)
Illustrator:
F. C. Welsch (German (?), active late 19th century)
Illustrator:
František Schmoranz (Bohemian, Rychnov nad Knežnou 1814–1902 Slatinany)
Illustrator:
B. Strassberger (German (?), active late 19th century)
Illustrator:
E. Weidenbach (German (?), active late 19th century)
Illustrator:
Alois Schönn (German, Vienna, 1826–1897)
Illustrator:
Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema (British (born The Netherlands), Dronrijp 1836–1912 Wiesbaden)
Illustrator:
C. Rudolf Huber (German (?), active late 19th century)
Illustrator:
Ernst Heyn (German, 1841–1894)
Illustrator:
Ernest Carl Eugen Koerner (German, 1846–1927)
Illustrator:
August Löffler (German, 1822–1866)
Illustrator:
Jean-François Portaels (Belgian, Vilvoorde 1818–1895 Brussels)
Illustrator:
Adolf Seel (German (?), active late 19th century)
Illustrator:
Francis [Frank] Dillon (British, London 1823–1909 London)
Illustrator:
Hermann Kretzschmer (German, 1811–1890)
Illustrator:
Johann Machytka (active late 19th century)
Illustrator:
Edouard de Bièfve (Belgian, 1808–1882)
Illustrator:
Edmund Berninger (German, born 1843)
Illustrator:
Wilhelm Hecht (Austrian, 1843–1920)
Illustrator:
Elisabeth Baumann (Danish (born Poland), Warsaw 1819–1881)
Illustrator:
Gustav Kuhn (German, active 1872)
Illustrator:
Franz von Lenbach (German, Schrobenhausen 1836–1904 Munich)
Illustrator:
R. Huthsteimer (British, active late 19th century)
Illustrator:
Alexandre de Bar (French, 1821–1901)
Illustrator:
H. F. Baldinger (Austrian(?), active late 19th century)
Illustrator:
F. Reiss (active late 19th century)
Illustrator:
Ismael Gentz (German, 1862–1914)
Illustrator:
Victor de Gironde (French, 1788–1866)
Illustrator:
Eduard Hildebrandt (German, Danzig (now Gdansk, Poland) 1818–1869 Berlin)
Illustrator:
Charles-Théodore Frère (French, Paris 1814–1888 Paris)
Illustrator:
Emmanuel Brune (French, 1836–1886)
Illustrator:
Louis Neubert (German, 1846–1892)
Illustrator:
Ludwig Friedrich Hofelich (German, 1842–1903)
Illustrator:
Victor Salomon Libertus Lorie (German, 1835–1913)
Illustrator:
Illustrated by Rudolph Swoboda I (German, 1819–1859)
Publisher:
Cassell, Petter and Galpin London, Paris, and New York
Date:
1881–92
Medium:
Illustrations: engraving
Dimensions:
vol. I: 15 1/4 x 12 1/4 x 1 1/2 in. (38.7 x 31.1 x 3.8 cm) vol. II: 15 1/4 × 12 1/4 × 1 9/16 in. (38.7 × 31.1 × 4 cm)
Classification:
Books
Credit Line:
Gift of Ilse and Peter Fischer, 1998
Accession Number:
1998.376.1
Not on view
Inscription: Vol. I, front end paper in ink, "105.00". Vol. II, front end paper in ink, "105.00"
Ilse and Peter Fischer; Donor: Ilse and Peter Fischer
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