Dickerman Collection on Egyptology


Lysander Dickerman (Brown Class of 1851), a Congregationalist minister, was also an avid amateur archaeologist. At his death (circa 1910), he bequeathed 1,200 books on ancient Egypt, establishing the foundation for Brown's exceptional holdings in the field of Egyptology.

The collection includes some travel narratives by Egyptologists and accounts documenting archeological excavations that have taken place in Egypt since 1900, as well as works interpreting archeological findings.



Format(s): Books, Serials
Library: Rock, John Hay

Access to the collection:

Online Catalog (JOSIAH):
Individual records for most printed materials available on JOSIAH

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