2 vols., XXV, 17, XIII pp. introductions to an impressive presentation of 219 plates (circa 13 color, 1 double plate) showing elevations, images from photographs, drawings, and reproductions from paintings of the elaborate series of scenes found on the walls of the extensive tomb, introductions discuss the history of the mastaba, its architecture, and the materials and techniques used for the reliefs and paintings, notes. Minor damage to end papers of Vol. 2. Folio. Cloth, edges of both vols. rubbed, lower part of spine of Vol. 2 missing, covers bowed and slightly stained. Chicago (The University of Chicago Press) 1938. (The University of Chicago Oriental Institute Publications, 31, 38).
Raymond Cowern (1913-1986), a noted etcher and painter, is one of the artists who contributed some of the drawings and paintings featured in this text. Book ID: 44143