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" ... individuals who purchased them during their lifetime. They were the property of the priests ; and a sufficient number being always kept ready, the purchase was made at the " shortest notice ;" nothing being requisite to complete even the sculptures,... "
A Popular Account of the Ancient Egyptians - Page 363
de Sir John Gardner Wilkinson - 1854
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A Second Series of the Manners and Customs of the Ancient ..., Volume 2

John Gardner Wilkinson - 1841 - 528 pages
...the individuals who purchased them during their lifetime. They were the property of the priests t; and a sufficient number being always kept ready, the...life, which suited equally every future occupant. It has been a question why the Egyptians took so much care in embellishing their sepulchres, "styling...
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Manners and customs of the ancient Egyptians, Volume 2

sir John Gardner Wilkinson - 1841 - 532 pages
...sufficient number * Tin - h., been already mentioned among the laws of the Egyptians. Vol. II. p. 51. being always kept ready, the purchase was made at...life, which suited equally every future occupant. It has been a question why the Egyptians took so much care in embellishing their sepulchres, "styling...
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Remarks on English churches, and on the expediency of rendering sepulchral ...

James Heywood Markland - 1842 - 186 pages
...being always kept ready, the purchase was made ' at the shortest notice, ' nothing being requisite but the insertion of the deceased's name, and a few statements respecting his family and profession *." A monument ought to be a book open for the perusal of the multitude. Unless it declares its meaning...
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Lights and Shadows of African History, Volume 1

Samuel Griswold Goodrich - 1844 - 198 pages
...requisite to complete even the sculptures or inscriptions but the insertion of the name of the deceased, and a few statements respecting his family and profession....and the mode of their execution, and were intended, perhaps, as a short epitome of human life, which suited equally every future occupant. In some instance...
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Handbook of Archæology: Egyptian--Greek--Etruscan--Roman

Hodder Michael Westropp - 1867 - 508 pages
...paintings and sculptures; the last contained the sarcophagus and the mummy. According to Sir G. Wilkinson, they were the property of the priests, and a sufficient...in short, the various occupations of the Egyptians, varying only in their details and the mode of their execution, were figured in these tombs, and were...
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A Popular Account of the Ancient Egyptians: From His Larger Work ..., Volume 2

Sir John Gardner Wilkinson - 1874 - 464 pages
...doubtless kept, for various reasons, much longer. It was during this THE ANCIENT EGYPTIANS. CHAP. X. interval that feasts were held in honour of the dead,...life, which suited equally every future occupant. Jn some instances all the paintings of the tomb were finished, and even the small figures representing...
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Manners and customs of the ancient Egyptians, Volume 3

sir John Gardner Wilkinson - 1878 - 768 pages
...sufficient number being always kept ready, the purchase 1 Levit. i. 17 * Deut. ixvi. 14. VOL. III. 2 F was made at the ' shortest notice ; ' nothing being...execution ; and were intended as a short epitome of human lite, which suited equally every future occupant. It has been a question why the Egyptians took so...
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Handbook of Arch£aeology

Hodder Michael Westropp - 1878 - 640 pages
...sculptures; the last contained the sarcophagus and the mummy. According to Sir G. Wilkinson, the tombs were the property of the priests, and a sufficient...in short, the various occupations of the Egyptians, varying only in their details and the mode of their execution, were figured in these tombs, and were...
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Museum of Antiquity: A Description of Ancient Life : the Employments ...

Levi W. Yaggy, Thomas Louis Haines - 1881 - 984 pages
...sculptures; the last contained the sarcophagus and the mummy. According to Sir G. Wilkinson, the tombs were the property of the priests, and a sufficient...in short, the various occupations of the Egyptians, varying only in their details and the mode of their execution, were figured in these tombs, and were...
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