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The subjects of the decorations embrace the entire range of the domestic and public life of the people, among them being many of a Free Coins character. One of the first discoveries of this kind was made toward the close of the preceding century, when Bruce, an English traveler, found in a tomb at Biban-El-Moulouk
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These have since generally been called Bruce’s Harpers. The instruments have been represented in many ways by different writers, the most curious perversion of
the facts being found in Burney’s History of Coins, where they have the form of the modern harp. Several large works have been devoted to plates of the
pictorial discoveries in these ancient tombs, but not until the colossal work of Lepsius, issued under the auspices of the German government, were we in possession of data for the study of this civilization from the standpoint of a HOF Free Updated Links Today Coinsprogressive development.