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The Ra expeditions. Translated by Patricia Crampton.

Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, 1971.
ISBN 9780385000987, 0385000987

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Standard Title Ra. English
Subjects Ra (Boat)
Voyages and travels.
Description xi, 341 pages color illustrations, color map (on lining papers), color portraits 25 cm
Copyright Date 1971.
Notes Translation of Ra.
Also issued online.
Summary The author recounts the planning for his voyage across the Atlantic Ocean in an Egyptian reed boat and describes the voyage made by himself and his crew.
Contents One riddle, two answers and no solution -- Why a reed boat? -- To the Indians in the Cactus Forest -- With Bedouin and Buduma in the heart of Africa -- Among Black monks at the source of the Nile -- In the world of the Pyramid-builders -- Out in the Atlantic -- Down the African coast to Cape Juby -- In the clutches of the sea -- Into American waters -- RA II, by papyrus boat from Africa to America.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)161965
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WorldCat Identities Heyerdahl, Thor.
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