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Lisa K. Sabbahy: Kingship, Power, and Legitimacy in Ancient Egypt: From the Old Kingdom to the Middle Kingdom

Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2021, 206 pp., ISBN 978–1108830911

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Prakash, T. Lisa K. Sabbahy: Kingship, Power, and Legitimacy in Ancient Egypt: From the Old Kingdom to the Middle Kingdom. Afr Archaeol Rev (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10437-021-09452-8

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