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Rameses Recrowned: The International Campaign To Preserve The Monuments Of Nubia, 1959-68

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Festschrift's erudite scholarly dedication to the art of Egypt's ancient civilization has provided many absorbing topics for discussion. His keen insights regarding many diverse subjects of interest in our world, past and present, have enlivened and enriched our wide-ranging conversations over the past decade and a half of our acquaintance, since his marriage to Egypt's Ballerina, Magda Saleh. The international campaign to salvage the imperiled monuments of Nubia in Egypt and the Sudan, during which many hands had joined the world over, united in a spirit of true cooperation and a profound faith in the timeless value of the achievements of human culture, was brought to a triumphant conclusion.

Keywords: international campaign; Nubia



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