Author:Karl Richard Lepsius

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Karl Richard Lepsius

Prussian Egyptologist, linguist and pioneer of modern archaeology

Karl Richard Lepsius


  • Discoveries in Egypt, Ethiopia, and the peninsula of Sinai, in the years 1842-45: during the mission sent out by His majesty Fredrick William IV. of Prussia, 1852 external source
  • Letters from Egypt, Ethiopia, and the peninsula of Sinai, 1853 external source
  • Standard alphabet for reducing unwritten languages and foreign graphic systems to a uniform orthography in European letters, 1855 external source
  • The XXII. Egyptian royal dynasty, 1858 external source

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