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Series: Oriental Institute Museum Publications

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Ancient Egypt: Treasures from the Collection of the Oriental Institute Chicago by Emily Teeter23
Lost Nubia: A Centennial Exhibit of Photographs from the 1905-1907 Egyptian Expedition of the University of Chicago by John A. Larson24
Embroidering Identities: A Century of Palestinian Clothing by Iman Saca25
Daily Life Ornamented: The Medieval Persian City of Rayy by Tanya Treptow26
European Cartographers and the Ottoman World, 1500-1750: Maps from the Collection of O.J. Sopranos by Ian Manners27
Catastrophe! the Looting and Destruction of Iraq's Past by Geoff Emberling28
The Life of Meresamun: A Temple Singer in Ancient Egypt by Emily Teeter29
Pioneers to the Past : American Archaeologists in the Middle East, 1919-1920 by Geoff Emberling30
Ancient Israel: Highlights from the Collections of the Oriental Institute, University of Chicago by Gabrielle V. Novacek31
Visible Language: Inventions of Writing in the Ancient Middle East and Beyond by Christopher Woods32
Before the pyramids : the origins of Egyptian civilization by Emily Teeter33
Picturing the Past: Imaging and Imagining the Ancient Middle East by Jack Green34
Between Heaven and Earth: Birds in Ancient Egypt by Rozenn Bailleul-LeSuer35
Our Work : Modern Jobs - Ancient Origins by Jason Reblando36
In Remembrance of Me: Feasting with the Dead in the Ancient Middle East by Virginia Rimmer Herrmann37
A Cosmopolitan City : Muslims, Christians, and Jews in Old Cairo by T. Vorderstrasse38

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Publications of the Oriental Institute of Chicago Museum.
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