Early Explorers in Egypt and Nubia

This blog is intended
both as an instrument for researchers on early explorers in Egypt and Nubia, providing useful tools in the On-line Resources section (On-line books, Archives, Map Collections, Photo Collections, etc.), and as a place to publish original documentation and research on the subject (i.e. List of travellers, Accounts, Letters, etc.). Anyone who would like to contribute with suggestions or articles is warmly welcomed!

Saturday, 11 February 2012

History & Culture of Modern Egypt and Sudan

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ADALIAN R., The Armenian Colony of Egypt during the Reign of Muhammad Ali, 1805-1848, in «Armenian Review» 33/2 (1980), pp. 115-144.
ALEXANDER J., Islam, Archaeology and Slavery in Africa, in «World Archaeology» 33/1 (2001), pp. 44-60.
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SAMMARCO A., La marina egiziana sotto Mohammed Ali: il contributo italiano, Reale Società di Geografia d’Egitto, Il Cairo 1931.
SAMMARCO A., Les règnes de ‘Abbas, de Sàid et d’Ismàil: 1848-1879, avec un aperçu de l'histoire du Canal de Suez, Istituto Poligrafico dello Stato, Rome 1935.
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