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An overview of seals used by early Egyptians as a form of key or personal identification. Often in the shape of a scarab beetle. There is a lot of Egyptian writing, in the form of hieroglyphs, that will appear in the text version as [Egyptian **] or [Coptic **].
There are so many moving parts in this book (various TOCs, Indices, footnotes, figures and plates all have in-text references) that I would greatly appreciate it if at least one person would volunteer to read the HTML version.
The references used in this book took some figuring out. Please ask if you have a question about anything.
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