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Filed under: Dead Filed under: Dead -- FictionFiled under: Dead -- FolkloreFiled under: Dead -- IdentificationFiled under: Dead -- Juvenile fictionFiled under: Dead -- PeriodicalsFiled under: Dead bodies (Law)Filed under: Dead in literatureFiled under: Mummies
  • [Info] The Migrations of Early Culture: A Study of the Significance of the Geographical Distribution of the Practice of Mummification as Evidence of the Migrations of Peoples and the Spread of Certain Customs and Beliefs (Manchester: At the University Press; London et al.: Longmans, Green and Co., 1915), by Grafton Elliot Smith

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