X-Raying the Pharaohs (1973 HC) by Kent R. Weeks and James E. Harris
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James E. Harris, Kent R. Weeks. X-Raying the Pharaohs : The most important breakthrough in Egyptology since the discovery of Tutankhamon's tomb. New York, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1973, second printing. Early work of Dr. Kent R. Weeks, two decades before he rediscovered tomb KV5 as the tomb of Ramses II's sons (Theban Mapping Project). Includes background stories of pharoahs and tomb robbers written in easy prose. Black cloth hc with green metallic ankh on front and lettering on spine, green eps, 196 pp with index and kinship (dynasty) charts, 4 pp of color plates, 33 pp of bw photos including x-rays; black and green DJ with author photos on back flap. G+/G-: corners bumped, pages crisp, no markings; DJ bumped and scuffed with tears on the edges, creases on the back, unclipped with no price.