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Library of Congress Classification Range for Egyptology Topics:
BF 1591: Ancient Egyptian Magic.
BL 2420-260: Ancient Egyptian Religion.
DT 43 - 154: History of Ancient Egypt.
DT 154.1 - 159.1: Nubian Antiquities.
N 5350 - 1: Ancient Egyptian Visual Art.
N 5888: Greco-Roman Egypt Visual Art.
NA 215 - 216: Ancient Egyptian Architecture.
NB 75: Ancient Egyptian Sculpture.
ND 2863-6: Ancient Egyptian Painting.
NK 3810: Pottery of Ancient Egypt.
PJ 25: Philology of Ancient Egypt in General.
PJ 1001 - 1989: Ancient Egyptian, Philology, Language, and Literature.