File NEWB1/10 - Lectures

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NEWB1/10

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Lectures

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  • ? - 1948 (Creation)

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1 cm, 1 folder

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(23 April 1869 - 7 August 1949)

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Copies of lectures by Newberry including:
-Typed and handwritten lecture on foreign relations during the 18th Dynasty
-Typed lecture on the debt of western civilisations to ancient Egypt
-Handwritten lecture on the Delta as the origin of Egyptian culture delivered to the British Association for the Advancement of Science in Brighton, 1948
-Typed lecture possibly given at the opening of the Institute of Archaeology established by the University of Cairo, c.1925
-Typed introductory lecture given in Cairo two years after the Institute of Archaeology was established by the University of Cairo on history and archaeology, c.1930
-Typed lecture on the history of ancient Egypt and ancient Egyptian culture

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Newberry, Percy, 'Egypt as a field for anthropological research', in British Association for the Advancement of Science, Report of the ninety-first meeting (Liverpool, I923) (as in OEB 146354)

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