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Recent others place his 1986-^:. 1942. work in this line see A. Wiedemann, Aegyptische Ge256 (Gotha, 1884) J. Lieblein, "L'Exode des Hebreux," Proceedings of the Society of Biblical Archaeology, XXI (London, 1899) ,55. On the claims of priority in the general development of mathematics, see E. Weyr, Ueber die Geometric der alien Aegypter p. 4 (Vienna, 1884). 8 See the author's review of Hilprecht's work in the Bulletin of the American 2 On schichte, the Egyptian I, ; y Mathematical Society XIII (2), 392.