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Le Nil, Le Soudan, L’Égypte — De L’Équateur à la Méditerranée.

Show simple item record Chelu, A. 2011-01-04T11:35:12Z 2011-01-04T11:35:12Z 1891
dc.description First Edition, with 68 maps, plans and sections (of which 40 are double-page and many are coloured), and numerous text illustrations, tables and graphs, 4to., pp. viii, 507, contemporary half-morocco, gilt, with raised bands and marbled boards and end-papers, t.e.g., some light foxing in the text. en_US
dc.description "The author, a French engineer employed by the Egyptian Government, was posted to the Sudan in 1876 as chief engineer of the Sudan. This pioneering work is a landmark in the writings on the hydrography of the Nile, and won a prize of the Geographical Society of Paris in 1892. In particular, it provided the first fully detailed chartings of the Nile cataracts. Hill pp. 76 and 153." en
dc.language.iso fre en_US
dc.publisher Librairie Chaix and Garnier Frères,
dc.title Le Nil, Le Soudan, L’Égypte — De L’Équateur à la Méditerranée. en_US
dc.type Book en_US

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