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Evidence for the presence of archives and libraries in Ancient Egypt In spite of massive losses of texts written on perishable organic material such as papyrus, wooden tablets or leather rolls, the increasingly large amount of written data coming from Ancient Egypt and the variety of the text genres, ranging from administrative to religious, including literary and scientific texts point to the presence of some sort of system for administering all this material.

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