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English: Art by Rik Friday  :: "The Egyptian iBook of the Dead" :: iTunes :: "Amazing stuff..." - Ross King, Art Historian, London
Date 05/05/2011
Source Own work :: Rik Friday :: Cardiff :: "Order of the Bear : Book of Cambriae" :: iTunes :: Video Game © ::
Author Rik Friday :: Photo Courtesy of "The Egyptian iBook of the Dead" :: © :: 2038 RA :: (Recursus Arturius)


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