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Judith S. McKenzie

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An Elephantastic Adventure in Petra

An introduction for children to the wonders of Petra, by the author of The Architecture of Petra. Two elephants, Feal and Zarafeh, are among the elephant-head capitals of the Petra Great Temple... they decide to climb down from the capital and start an adventure to search for their lost tusks. Full colour illustrations on every page.




Paperback    £8.00
9780995494640 | Published: 2019
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The Garima Gospels


Preserved in the Abba Garima Monastery in the Tigray Region of northern Ethiopia, and according to legend written and partly illuminated by the Ethiopian missionary Abbu Garima, who arrived in Ethiopia in 494 CE.  This is the first book to present all the illuminated pages with comparative materials.  300+ col illus and preface by Michael Gervers.





Hardback    £49.95
9780995494602 | Published: 2016
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The Nabataean Temple at Khirbet et-Tannur, Jordan, Volume 1


Khirbet et-Tannur is a Nabataean site dating from the second century B.C. to the fourth to sixth centuries A.D. In 1937, Nelson Glueck excavated the site on behalf of the American Schools of Oriental Research but died before completing a report. Now, in two extensively illustrated volumes, the results of Glueck’s excavations are finally published.





Hardback    £15.00
9780897570350 | Published: 2014
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The Nabataean Temple at Khirbet et-Tannur, Jordan, Volume 2


Khirbet et-Tannur is a Nabataean site dating from the second century B.C. to the fourth to sixth centuries A.D. In 1937, Nelson Glueck excavated the site on behalf of the American Schools of Oriental Research but died before completing a report. Now, in two extensively illustrated volumes, the results of Glueck’s excavations are finally published.





Hardback    £15.00
9780897570367 | Published: 2014
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Treasures of Ethiopia and Eritrea in the Bodleian Library, Oxford

In Ethiopia and Eritrea manuscripts, often beautifully illustrated, have been for centuries the principal means of recording not just the Scriptures but also historical information. Ethiopic manuscripts thus provide a unique window into the life and culture of Ethiopians and Eritreans up to the twenty-first century.




Hardback    £25.00
9780995494657 | Published: 2019
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