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<bdi class="metadata-value">Histoire du commerce et de la navigation des Égyptiens, sous le Regne des Ptolémées / par Ameilhon</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">Expédition du Louxor, ou, Relation de la campagne faite dans la Thébaide : pour en rapporter l'obélisque occidental de Thèbes : ouvrage orné de planches représentant les plans d'abattage et les quatre faces de l'obélisque avec les inscriptions hiéroglyphiques : dédié au ministre de la marine / par J.-P. Angelin. [Suivi de] Description des obélisques de Louqsor figurés sur les places de la Concorde et des Invalides, et précis des opération relatives au transport d'un de ces monumens dans la capitale, lu à la séance publique de l'Institut du 3 août 1832 / par Alexandre Delabord, et augmenté de nouveaux renseignements</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">Observations on the manners and customs of the Egyptians, the overflowing of the Nile and its effects ; with remarks on the plague, and other subjects : written during a residence of twelve years in Cairo and its vicinity : illustrated with a map of Egypt / by John Antes</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">Error in the Butter, Not in the Title Deeds.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">"Do Not Do Anything without Considering Its End."</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Hoca's Adjustable Vision.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Donkey Who Wanted Horns.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Three Itchers and the Lame Man (Varient of #8 and #90).</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Clever Son and the Confused Lovers.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Reformed Gambler and Alcoholic.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Laz Who Exhausted an Olive.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">Punishment by Jinns.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">Osman Bölükbaşi Enters Parliament.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">Two Lazes and Their Deadly Argument.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">Cabbage-Turban Finds the Thief.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Man Who Unknowingly Married a Witch.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">Hasan the Broom-Maker.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Cock, the Fox, and the Renewed Ablutions.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">Twisted Mouth as Punishment for Sacrilege.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Mother of Crime.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Fox and the Miller.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">Şahmeran Sacrified to Cure Padişah’s Illness.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Jew Who Placed Business above Family Sentiment.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">Karacüllüt, Killer of Sixty and Seventy.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Keloğlan and His Wife Brothers.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Learned Man and the Boatman.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">Divine Insanity.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Substitute Bride.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Persistent Uninvited Guests.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">Whose Business Is It?</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Inevitable Bride.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">Mohammed on Uninterrupted Devotion.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Mystery of Torpedo Firing Explained by Laz.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">Abraham and the Fire.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">Nasreddin Hoca's Credibility.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Well-Located Wedding Ring of Nasreddin Hoca.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">Nasreddin Hoca in the Zodiac.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Importance of Saying İnsallah.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">Hıdrellez.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Youngest Daughter of the Bezirci and the Son of the Bey.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">Vehbi Solves a Riddle.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">Mehmet Ali Pasha's Creatures and God's.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">Tree Watering.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Cat Test for Automobiles.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">Finger Child.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">Fairies in Mills and Public Baths.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Padishah's Son and the Fox.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">Kӧroğlu Wins Benli Dilber.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Stonecutter.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Devil and the Man of Kayseri (var. of #126).</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Rabbit and the Wolf.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">Lazes Measure the Height of a Minaret.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Roomy Home of Temel's Family.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Beautiful Woman and the Wife of the Miller.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">But I Have the Recipe!</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Laz Telephone Conversationalist.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">Mortal and Immortal Poverty.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Laz Who Eluded Cuckoldry.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">To Each Rider His Own Horse.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Palace Built by Conscience.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">Chastity Wager on Unfaithful Wife.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">Behlül Dane Sells Heaven.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">Hızır Saves the Bus Passengers.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">Allah Teaches Moses the Chain of Reference.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Trials of the Padişah's Youngest Daughter.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Rock that Obeyed the Dervish.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Persecuted Youngest Sister.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Snake's Severed Friendship with the Farmer.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">Grain-Fed Virility.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">Some Lazes Try to Measure the Height of a Minaret.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Fisherman and the Jinn.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">A Comic Journey from Poverty to Wealth.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Son of the Fisherman.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Misunderstanding of a Karakaya Camel.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Absence of Lawyers in Paradise.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">Lazes Rescue Architect from Minaret.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Wife of Hasan Ağa.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">Helpful Animals Aboard the Ark.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">My Return from the War of Independence.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">Nasreddin Hoca as Dünür.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Blind Padişah with Three Sons.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">A Kadɩ Punished by His Own Questions.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Youngest Son and His Frog.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Afterlife and Nasreddin Hoca's House.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">Young Nasreddin Hoca Guards the Door.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">How to Hunt Horses.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">Allah Rewards Simplicity and Honesty.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">An Episode Involving a Rain Stone.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Mysterious Behavior.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Shepherd Who Came as Ali and Returned as a Girl.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Three Sons and Their Three Magic Gifts.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">Keloghlan and the Magic Hairs.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">Fatih Mehmet Punishes an Abusive Blacksmith.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">A Laz Reshapes His Name in English Fashion.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Cost of Staring at Skyscrapers.</bdi>
<bdi class="metadata-value">The Clever Laz Astronaut.</bdi>