Ahmed Fakhry

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Luis Walter Alvarez, Ahmed Fakhry and Jerry Anderson

Ahmad Fakhry (أحمد فخريArabic) (1905 – 1973) was an Egyptian archaeologist who worked in the Western desert of Egypt (including in 1940 dig at El Haiz, and then at Siwa), and also in the necropolis at Dahshur.[1]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Siwa Oasis, Cairo, Egypt, American University in Cairo Press 1990
  • Bahriyah and Farafra, Cairo, American University in Cairo Press 2003
  • An archaeological journey to Yemen, (March–May, 1947)
  • Bahria Oasis
  • The Bent pyramid of Dahshûr / by Ahmed Fakhry ; with papers by Hasan Mostafa and Herbert Ricke
  • Intiṣār al-ḥaḍārah : tārīkh al-Sharq al-qadīm / bi-qalam Zhayms Hanrī Baristid ; naqalahu ilá al-ʻArabīyah Aḥmad Fakhrī
  • THE INSCRIPTIONS OF THE AMETHYST QUARRIES AT WADI EL HUDI
  • The monuments of Sneferu at Dahshur
  • The oases of Egypt
  • The Oasis of Siwa its customs, history and monuments
  • The pyramids
  • SEPT TOMBEAUX A L'EST DE LA GRANDE PYRAMIDE DE GUIZEH

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "The American University in Cairo Press - Bahriyah and Farafra". www.aucpress.com. Retrieved 2016-10-10.