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  • Title: Voyage pittoresque de la Syrie, de la Phénicie de la Palestine, et de la Base Égypte
    • Author: Cassas, Louis François,
    • Description: 3 v. in 1, 179 plates ; 53 cm.
    • Citation: Brooklyn Museum Libraries. Kevorkian Collection
    • Imprint: Paris : [s.n.], an VII [1799].
    • Date: 1799
    • Call Number: N344.42 C27
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