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Journal of Egyptian Archaeology

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Naville in JEA I (1914), pl. I cf. 5-8 Abydos. Osireion. vi.29 View. Naville in JEA I (1914), pl. ii [1] Abydos. Osireion. Sloping Passage. vi.30(17)-(18) Osiris and benu-bird from frieze. see Peet in JEA i (1914), 37-39 Abydos. Necropolis. v.61 Account of Cemetery D. see Peet in JEA i (1914), 39 Abydos. Necropolis. Ibis Cemetery. v.77 Description. see Loat in JEA i (1914), 40 and pl. iv Abydos. Necropolis. Ibis Cemetery. v.77 Description and view. Blackman in JEA i (1914), pl. v [1] opp. 42 Meir. Tomb of Pepiankh-hir-ib. . iv.254 View. Blackman in JEA i (1914), pl. v [2] opp. 42 Meir. Tomb of Pepiankh-hir-ib. . iv.255(16)
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2 Group with calf from 2nd register. Petrie in JEA i (1914), pl. vi cf. 44 El-Riqqa. Finds. iv.87 Part of jewellery, temp. Sesostris II and III, in Manchester, The University Museum. Milne in JEA I (1914), pl. xiii [2] opp. 97 Deir el-Bahri. Gt. Temple. Cult Chapel of Hatshepsut. . . ii2.360(99) Two priests. Milne in JEA I (1914), pl. xiv cf. 99 Abydos Necropolis. Ibis Cemetery. v.77 Jar with sketch of Anthony and Cleopatra, in London, British Museum, EA 52929. Naville in JEA I (1914), 159-67 pls. xviii-xxi Abydos. Osireion. vi.29 Description and views. Johnson in JEA I (1914), 169, 173 pls. xxii, xxiii [4], xxiv Antino. iv.175 Plan of Town Enclosure and views of Temple Ramesses II. Blackman in JEA I (1914), pl. xxvii [1] opp. 182 Meir. B.2. Ukh-hotep. iv.250 View. Blackman in JEA I (1914), pl. xxvii [2] opp. 182 Meir. B.2. Ukh-hotep. iv.250(8)-(9) Musicians from 2nd register. Blackman in JEA I (1914), pl. xxviii opp. 184 Meir. Tomb B.1. Senbi. iv.249 View. Petrie, Hilda in JEA I (1914), pl. xxix [2] El-Lhn. Tomb of Sithathor-int.
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3 iv.109 Pectoral of Sesostris II, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art. Hall in JEA I (1914), pl. xxxiii [1] cf. 201 Thebes. TT 71, Senenmut. i2.140(3) Cretans with vases. Hall in JEA I (1914), pl. xxxiii [2] cf. 199 (from Carter) Beni Hasan. Tomb 3. Khnemhotep. . iv.147A Cat in papyrus-clump. Hall in JEA I (1914), pl. xxxiv [3], cf. 204 with note 14 Cyprus. Enkmi. vii.403 Vase with figure of Egyptian, and dish with Egyptian fisherman, Dyn. XVIII, in London, British Museum, EA 97.4-1.999 and 97.4-1.1042. JEA I (1914), fig. on 215 Deir el-Bahri. Dyn. XI Temple. Finds. ii2.397 Fragment from marsh scene with ichneumon robbing nest, Middle Kingdom, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.5.1906. see Steindorff in JEA I (1914), 217 El-Hammmya. v.7 Mention of von Sieglin Expedition. see H. H[all] in JEA I (1914), 219 801-426-035 Statuette of Hepu, dedicated by brother Tjenena, Goldworker, bronze, probably Dyn. XIII, in Athens, National Archaeological Museum, 3365. see Whittemore in JEA I (1914), 246-7 Sawma, W. Akhmm. Cemeteries. v.17 Short account. Whittemore in JEA I (1914), 248-9 and pls. xxxvii-viii Abydos Necropolis. Ibis Cemetery. v.77 Description.
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4 Junker in JEA I (1914), 250-3 pls xxxix, xl Gza. Necropolis. A. West Field. iii2.47 Description and views. see Junker in JEA I (1914), 251 Gza. North Field. Tomb of Idu [II]. iii2.166 Rectangular coffin of Idu [II], in Hildesheim Museum, 2511. Junker in JEA I (1914), 251 fig. 1 Gza, Tomb of Merib. iii2.168 Coffin, Dyn. VI or 1st Int. Period. Junker in JEA i (1914), pl. xl [1], p. 253 Gza. West Field. S 344/346. Dyn. V-VI. iii2.152 Head of deceased enclosed in plaster, from shaft S 466, in Vienna Museum, Inv. 7800. Junker in JEA i (1914), pl. xl [2], p. 253 Gza. West Field. Shaft S 820. Dyn. V-VI. iii2.160 Mummy-mask, plaster. Junker in JEA i (1914), pl. xl [3] cf. 253 Gza. Cemetery G.4000. iii2.131 Portrait-head from burial chamber of G.4560 (= Junker, Gza i, pl. xiv [a, b]), in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 44974. Junker in JEA i (1914), pl. xl [4] cf. 253 Gza. Cemetery G 4000. G 4650, Iabtet. Dyn. IV. iii2.135 Reserve head, in Hildesheim Museum, 2384. Griffith in JEA ii (1915), 5-7 pls. i-iii Koptos. Miscellaneous. v.131 Statue of Wersu and Sitre, Dyn. XVIII, formerly in Ipswich Museum (incorrectly Norwich in Bibl.), now in Essen, Museum Folkswang. Weigall in JEA ii (1915), 10 fig. 1 (as from the tomb of Ptahmosi) 000-000-00
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5 Relief, man cutting off calfs leg, Dyn. XIX, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum. <<>> Weigall in JEA ii (1915), 11 fig. 2 cf. 10 (from Hay MSS. 29851, 227) Thebes. TT 19, Amenmosi. i2.33(4) Cow and calf with leg cut off from 3rd register. Weigall in JEA ii (1915), 10 fig. 3 Thebes. TT 23. Tjay. i2.40(31)-(32) Calf with three legs, from funeral procession. Peet in JEA ii (1915), pl. xii [3] cf. 90 El-Mahsna. Predynastic and Protodynastic Cemetery. . v.39 Ivory figurine, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum. Peet in JEA ii (1915), pl. xii [1] cf. 90 (= Quibell, i, on pl. xiii) Hierakonpolis. Temple Enclosure. Main deposit. v.195 Ivory statuette of crouching captive. Peet in JEA ii (1915), pl. xiii [4], cf. p. 93 El-aAmra. v.106 Knife-handle, Predynastic, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 14265. Peet in JEA ii (1915), pls.xiv, xv cf. 93-94 Abydos Necropolis. Slate Palettes. v.105 5. Two fragments, captives etc., in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1892.1171, and London, British Museum, EA 20791. Hall in JEA ii (1915), pl. xvi and 138 Gza. G 7948. Rakhaefankh. iii2.208(2) Six registers, counting products. see Hall in JEA ii (1915), 141-2 Karnak. Exterior of Hypostyle. ii2.55(167) III, names of canal and fortresses.

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6 see Hall in JEA ii (1915), 144 [bottom] Wdi Hammmt. Wadi Fawkhr. vii.334 Graffiti, Dyn. XXV-XXX, date and cartouche of Sabacon. see Hall in JEA ii (1915), 145 [middle lower] Wdi Hammmt. Wadi Fawkhr. vii.335 Graffiti, Dyn. XXV-XXX, name of Ahmosi-sineith. . see Hall in JEA ii (1915), 145 [top left] Wdi Hammmt. Wadi Fawkhr. vii.336 Text No. 148 of Ati-Yawahy. see Hall in JEA ii (1915), 145 [top right] Wdi Hammmt. Wadi Fawkhr. vii.336 Cartouche. see Hall in JEA ii (1915), 145 [top middle] Wdi Hammmt. Wadi Fawkhr. vii.336 Text probably of Ariyaw-rata. Hall in JEA ii (1915), 147 and pl. xviii opp. 148 Begg. Obelisk of Sesostris I. iv.99 Narrow faces in 1827 (Wilkinson). Hall in JEA ii (1915), 152-153 pl. xix Karnak. Festival Temple. Chamber of Kings. ii2.112(342) Cartouches. from side and rear walls, in Louvre, Muse du Louvre, E.13481 bis. Wainwright in JEA ii (1915), 202-3 pls xxv, xxvi Balabsh. Cemetery. v.29 Description. Gardiner in JEA iii (1916), pl. i (cf. pl. III) cf. 13 Sinai. Miscellaneous. Proto-Sinaitic objects. vii.360 Sphinx (No. 345), in London, British Museum, EA 41748.
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7 Gardiner in JEA iii (1916), pl. iii cf. 13 Sinai. Miscellaneous. Proto-Sinaitic objects. vii.360 Bust (No. 347), in Brussels, Muses Royaux dArt et dHistoire, E.2428. Gardiner in JEA iii (1916), pls. iii, iv [upper] cf. 13 Sinai. Miscellaneous. Proto-Sinaitic objects. vii.360 Statue (No. 346), in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 38268. Gardiner in JEA iii (1916), on pl. iii cf. 13 Sinai. Wdi Maghra. Omit. Proto-Sinaitic graffito, No. 348. Gardiner in JEA iii (1916), pls. iii [lower], iv [lower], v cf. 12-16 Sinai. Mines. Omit. Proto-Sinaitic graffiti, Nos. 349-55. JEA iii (1916), pl. xi cf. 73-5 Thebes. Valley of the Kings. B. Finds. i2.588 Plaques of Amenophis III, probably from here, formerly in Lord Carnarvon colln., now in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 26.7.1339, 1340, 1342. Gardiner in JEA iii (1916), 95-110 pls. xii, xiii Thebes. Assf. At foot of Causeways. Finds from Carnarvon Tomb. i2.618 Carnarvon Tablet I, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 41790. Gardiner in JEA iii (1916), fig. on 100 Edfu Tell. Finds. v.203 Stela of Tjau, perhaps Hyksos Period, formerly in A. H. Gardiner collection, now in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1971.5. see Griffith in JEA iii (1916), 111 [1] Nubia. Mero. Tle. of Amun. Inner Rooms. vii.236A Stela with 21 lines of Meroitic text, in St Petersburgh, State Hermitage Museum, 5631. Mackay in JEA iii (1916), 125-6 pls. xiv, xv Thebes. TT 26, Khaemweset.
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8 i2.344(1) Scenes in I-III. see Griffith in JEA iii (1916), 142 Kafr aAmmr and Tarkhn. . iv.86 Mention of Family Tomb of High-Priests, Dyn. XXV. Carter, H. in JEA iii (1916), 151 n. 1 pl. xvii (as Amenophis I and from tomb now thought to belong to Queen Ahmosi Nefertere, Bibl. i2.599-600) 800-731-890 Head of statuette of king wearing nemes, basalt, 1st half of Dyn. XVIII, formerly in the Earl of Carnarvon colln., now in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 26.7.1400. Carter in JEA iii (1916), 147-53 pl. xviii [upper] Thebes. D.A.N. Tomb of Amenophis I. i2.599-600 Head of Queen Ahmosi-Nefertere(?), in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 21.7.9. Carter in JEA iii (1916), 147-53 pl. xviii [lower] Thebes. D.A.N. Tomb of Amenophis I. i2.599-600 View. Carter in JEA iii (1916), 147-53 pl. xix Thebes. D.A.N. Tomb of Amenophis I. i2.599-600 Plan showing position of tomb. Carter in JEA iii (1916), pl. xix opp. 149 Thebes. D.A.N. Carter excavations. i2.594 Plan showing position. Carter in JEA iii (1916), 147-53 pl. xx Thebes. D.A.N. Tomb of Amenophis I. i2.599-600 Plan. Carter in JEA iii (1916), 147-53 pl. xxi Thebes. D.A.N. Tomb of Amenophis I. i2.599-600 Inscribed vases, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 21.7.1-8.

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9 Carter in JEA iii (1916), 153-4 pl. xxiii Thebes. Temples of Amenophis I and Queen Ahmosi Nefertere. . ii2.422 Description and plan. Somers Clarke in JEA iii (1916), 165-6 pl. xxix [E] Mirgissa. Fort. vii.142 Plan. Somers Clarke in JEA iii (1916), 167 pl. xxiv [F] Dabnarti Island. Fort. Dyn. XII. vii.142 Plan. Somers Clarke in JEA iii (1916), 168 and xxix [G] Shalfak. Fort. vii.143 Plan. Somers Clarke in JEA iii (1916), pl. xxiv [H] Uronarti Island. Fort. vii.143 Plan. Somers Clarke in JEA iii (1916), pl. xxiv [1] Semna West. vii.144 Plan of site. Somers Clarke in JEA iii (1916), pl. xxix [K] Semna East. vii.152 Plan of site. Somers Clarke in JEA iii (1916), pl. xxv [1] cf. 160-1 Kushtemma. Ikkur Fort. vii.37 Plan. Somers Clarke in JEA iii (1916), 167 pl. xxv [2] Dabnarti Island. vii.142 Plan of fort, Dyn. XII.
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10 Somers Clarke in JEA iii (1916), 168 pl. xxv [3] Shalfak. Fortress. Dyn. XII. vii.143 Plan. Somers Clarke in JEA iii (1916), 161-3 pl. xxvi Buhen. Fort. vii.129 Plan and description. Somers Clarke in JEA iii (1916), 165-6 pl. xxviii Mirgisse in Matuka District. vii.142 Plan of fort, Dyn. XII. Somers Clarke in JEA iii (1916), 169-72 pls. xxix-xxxi Semna West. Fort. vii.144 Plan, section and reconstruction. see Somers Clarke in JEA iii (1916), 172-4 Semna East. vii.152 Description. Somers Clarke in JEA iii (1916), pl. xxxii Semna East. Fort. vii.152 Plan. see Somers Clarke in JEA iii (1916), 174-6 Semna East. Rock-texts. vii.155 Description. Wells in JEA iii (1916), 180-1 fig. on 180 Uronarti. Fort. vii.143 Plan and section. see Lyons in JEA iii (1916), 182 Buhen. Finds. vii.131 Clay stela, Sesostris III, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum.
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11 Lyons in JEA iii (1916), 182-3 fig. Mirgissa (Upper Nubia). Temple. vii.142 Description and plan. Griffith in JEA iii (1916), 193-8 pls. xxxiii-xxxv Omit. (Objects in Cochrane colln.) Griffith in JEA iii (1916), 196 pl. xxxiv [9] Omit. Glazed plaque amulet, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1936.195. JEA iii (1916), 243 [bottom] El Quseir el-aAmarna. Tomb of Khuenukh. . iv.239(3) Titles of deceased. Blackman in JEA iii (1916), 254 pl. xxxix [1] Meir. Tomb A2. Pepy-ankh. iv.247(1) Scene in hall. Blackman in JEA iii (1916), pl. xxxix [2] Meir. Tomb A2. Pepy-ankh. iv.249(top) View of serdab. Gardiner in JEA iii (1916), pl. xl opp. 256 Thebes. D.A.N. Carnarvon Excav. in Mandara in 1908-13. i2.611 Stela of Ahmosi (Pawer), Dyn. XVIII, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 45056. . Griffith in JEA iii (1916), 255 fig. Gebel Barkal. Miscellaneous. vii.223 Omphalos or small shrine of possibly Amanikhabale, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 21.3234. Gardiner in JEA iv (1917), 1-3 pls. i, ii Gza. Miscellaneous. Omit. Upper part of statue of woman, <<>>, formerly in Lord Carnarvon colln., now in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 26.7.1391. Winlock in JEA iv (1917), 11-15 pls. iii, iv
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12 Thebes. Temple of Amenophis I and Ahmosi-Nefertere. . ii2.422 Block with reconstruction of heb-sed scenes. . Griffith in JEA iv (1917), 21-4 pl. v Mero. Misc. Various. vii.261 Stone plaque, Prince Arikankharer smites captives, formerly in Cargill colln., now in Worcester MA, Art Museum, 1922.145. Gardiner in JEA iv (1917), 28 Thebes. Assf. At foot of Causeways. i2.616 Name of Antef from Tomb 41 in Birbi. Gardiner in JEA iv (1917), 28-9 (quoting Carter MSS) Thebes. Assf. At foot of Causeways. Tomb 65. Khety. i2.617 Description and finds. Gardiner in JEA iv (1917), 29-30 (quoting Carter) fig. 2 Thebes. Assf. At foot of Causeways. Tomb 65. Khety. i2.617 (a) Stela in niche above doorway, wooden. Gardiner in JEA iv (1917), pl. vii Thebes. Assf. At foot of Causeways. Tomb 65. Khety. Omit. Pottery, etc. Gardiner in JEA iv (1917), 33-8 pls. viii, ix Thebes. Assf. At foot of Causeways. Tomb 65. Khety. i2.617 (b) and (c) Limestone stelae from recessed right and left of doorway, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 45058, 45057. see Gardiner in JEA iv (1917), 30-1 Thebes. Assf. At foot of Causeways. Tomb 65. Khety. i2.617 Rectangular coffin of Iu, woman, found in debris of Forecourt. Blackman, A. M. in JEA iv (1917), 39-40 [1] pl. x [1] 803-034-440 Stela with trapezoid-shaped summit of Hor, son of woman Sit-khentekhtai, with two registers of probably
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13 relatives, Dyn. XIII, formerly in Baron Nugent colln., then in Lady Boileau colln. in 1917. Blackman, A. M. in JEA iv (1917), 40-1 [2] pl. x [2] 803-050-650 Round-topped stela, son Amenhotep, wab-priest of Ptah, before Djehutmosi, Governor of the Town, Vizier, etc., with offering text mentioning One who is south of his wall (i.e. Ptah), and below, wife Nayf and daughter, each with a small boy, at table with offerings between them, temp. Amenophis II, formerly in Baron Nugent and Lady Boileau collns., now in Tenri, Tenri Sankokan Museum. Blackman in JEA iv (1917), see 39-43 pl. xi [3, 4] 8 Canopic jars of Neferweben, New Kingdom, and head of jar of Haty, in Nugent colln. see Blackman in JEA iv (1917), 43 [8] Omit. (Cone of Userhet, in Nugent colln.) Blackman in JEA iv (1917), 42-3 pl. xi [6, 7] Saqqra. Tombs of position unknown. Wesi, Temp. Amenophis III. . iii2.718 Two canopic jars, alabaster, formerly in Nugent colln. see Blackman in JEA iv (1917), 43-6 pls. xii, xiii Omit. (<<>> - Small objects in Haggard colln.) Ricketts, C. in JEA iv (1917), 71 pl. xiv 800-494-200 Head of statue of king wearing nemes, probably Sesostris III or Amenemhet III, obsidian, formerly in W. MacGregor colln. and at Sothebys in 1922, now in Lisbon, Museu Calouste Gulbenkian, Inv. 138. Mackay in JEA iv (1917), 77-8 pl. xv [2] Thebes. TT 251, Amenmosi. i2.337(8) Upper part of man. Mackay in JEA iv (1917), pl. xv [3] opp. 77 Thebes. TT 55, Ramosi. i2.109(7) 1st fig. of deceased at (7). Mackay in JEA iv (1917), pl. xv [4] opp. 77 Thebes. TT 155, Antef. i2.265(7) Unfinished figure of deceased from left jamb.

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14 Mackay in JEA iv (1917), pl. xv [5] opp. 77 Thebes. TT 229, no name. i2.328(1) Deceased and wife offering. Mackay in JEA iv (1917), 79 pl. xv [6] Thebes. TT 52, Nakht. i2.101(4) Deceased and wife. Mackay in JEA iv (1917), pl. xv [7] opp. 77 Thebes. TT 93, Kenamun. . i2.192(16) Lute-player. Mackay in JEA iv (1917), pl. xv [8] opp. 77 Thebes. TT 89,Amenmosi. i2.182(10)A Man offering. [Identification not certain] Mackay in JEA iv (1917), pl. xvi [1] opp. 78 Thebes. TT 55, Ramosi. i2.109(7) 2nd unfinished figure of deceased at (7). Mackay in JEA iv (1917), pl. xvi [2] opp. 78 Thebes. TT 92, Suemnut. i2.188(9) Man with offerings. Mackay in JEA iv (1917), pl. xvi [3] opp. 78 cf. 77-8 Thebes. TT 92, Suemnut i2.188(5) Scribe in II. Mackay in JEA iv (1917), pl. xvi [4] opp. 78 Thebes. TT 104, Djehutnufer. i2.218(7) Remains of two seated figures. Mackay in JEA iv (1917), pl. xvi [5] opp. 78 cf. 75 note 4 Thebes. TT 378, Name unknown. i2.435(3) Servant with flowers.
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15 Mackay in JEA iv (1917), 81 pl. xvi [6] Thebes. TT 22, Wah. . i2.37(4) Deceased, wife and daughter in lower scene. Mackay in JEA iv (1917), 81 pl. xvi [7] Thebes. TT 154, Tati. i2.262(1) Guests at banquet. Mackay in JEA iv (1917), pl. xvii [1, 2] opp. 82 Thebes. TT 92, Suemnut. i2.189(11) Deceased and family fowling and spearing fish. Mackay in JEA iv (1917), pl. xvii [3, 4] opp. 82 Thebes. TT 104, Djehutnufer. i2.218(6) Fragsments from scene of fishing and fowling. Mackay in JEA iv (1917), pl. xvii [5, 6] opp. 82 Thebes. TT 22, Wah. . i2.38(5) 1st register, deceased and family fowling and spearing fish. Mackay in JEA iv (1917), pl. xviii [1] opp. 84 Thebes. TT 92,Suemnut. i2.188(5) Part of scene, defaulters before deceased Mackay in JEA iv (1917), pl. xviii [2] opp. 84 Thebes. TT 92, Suemnut. i2.188(9) Scribes before deceased. Mackay in JEA iv (1917), 83-4 pl. xviii [3] Thebes. TT 36, bi. i2.65(8) Deceased [watching industries]. Mackay in JEA iv (1917), pl. xviii [4] opp. 84 cf. 85 Thebes. TT 92, Suemnut. i2.188(4) Text in front of deceased.
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16 Carter in JEA iv (1917), 107 n. 1, 112 [24-8] and map pl. xix [A] Thebes. S.W. Valleys C. Graffiti. Wadi Sikket Tqet Zaid. i2.593 Graffiti. see Carter in JEA iv (1917), 110-12, 113 [103-9, 121-5, 150-1] and map, pl. xix [F, G] Thebes. S.W. Valleys. C. Graffiti. Wdi el-Gharbi. i2.594 Graffiti. see Carter in JEA iv (1917), 111-12, and map, pl. xix [top left] Thebes. S.W. Valleys. C. Graffiti. Wdi Sikket el-Agala. i2.594 Graffiti. Carter in JEA iv (1917), 107 n. 110-13 pl. xix [220] [A, D, F, G] Thebes. Wdi el-Sikket, etc. i2.590 Mention of graffiti, and map showing positions. Carter in JEA iv (1917),109-10 pl. xix [C, D and 60] Thebes. Wdi Qubbnet el-Qird (Ape Cemetery). i2.591, 592 Description, map showing position, and name of Princess Neferure from statue-fragment, cast in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 45930. Carter in JEA iv (1917), 112-113 [62, 72-3] and map pl. xix [B, C, D] Thebes. S.W. Valleys. C. Graffiti. Wdi Qubbnet el-Qird. i2.593 Graffiti. Carter in JEA iv (1917), pl. xix [D.70] Thebes. Wdi Qubbnet el-Qird. i2.591 Position of Tomb of Three Princesses. Carter in JEA iv (1917), pl. xix [250] cf. 114 Thebes. Valleys S. of D.B. Graffiti. i2.668 Position of graffiti. Carter in JEA iv (1917), 108, and map, pl. xix [A] Thebes. S.W. Valleys. Wdi Sikket Tqet Zaid. South Tomb of Hatshepsut. . i2.591
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17 Map and descr. of site. Carter in JEA iv (1917), 114-18 pls. xx, xxi cf. pl. xix [A 22] Thebes. S.W. Valleys. Wdi Sikket Tqet Zaid. South Tomb of Hatshepsut. . i2.591 Plan and section. Carter in JEA iv (1917), 114-18 pls. xxii cf. pl. xix [A 22] Thebes. S.W. Valleys. Wdi Sikket Tqet Zaid. South Tomb of Hatshepsut. . i2.591 Sarcophagus (not mentioned separately in Bibl.), in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 47032. Turaev in JEA iv (1917), 119-121 pls. xxiii-xxv Heliopolis. Misc. Statues. iv.63A Lower part of statue of Ankh-psametek, late Persian or early Ptolemaic, formerly in Turaev colln., now in St Petersburg, State Hermitage Museum, 5629. Carter and Gardiner in JEA iv (1917), 130-58 pls. xxix, xxx Thebes. V. of Kings. 2. Ramesses IV. i2.497 Description (with plan of tomb from Turin papyrus) and plan and section. Griffiths in JEA iv (1917), 159-73 pls. xxxi, xxxii Mere. Shrine of Apis (1000 of Garstang). vii.239 Stela of Prince Akinidad with text, in London, British Museum, EA 1650. Weigall in JEA iv (1917), fig. on 187 Thebes. TT 86, Menkheperre-sonb. i2.178(8) Bull (from vase carried by Cretan). Gardiner in JEA iv (1917), 188-9 pl. xxxvii Thebes. Miscellaneous. Stelae. i2.812 Stela of Iri, late Dyn. XVIII, formerly in MacGregor colln. 1568, now in Lisbon, Fundaao Calouste Gulbenkian. Davies in JEA iv (1917), 194-9 pl. xxxviii Thebes. Miscellaneous. Various. i2.844 Writing-board with architects plan, Dyn. XVIII, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 14.108.
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18 Ricketts, C. in JEA iv (1917), 211-12 pls. xxxix, xl (as serpentine) 800-493-620 Head of statue of king wearing nemes, probably Amenemhet III, formerly in Lord Grenfell and O. Raphael collns. and at Sothebys in 1917, now in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.2.1946. Reisner in JEA iv (1917), 213-15 Gebel Barkal. Temples. vii.208 General account. Reisner in JEA iv (1917), fig. on 214 Gebel Barkal. Temples. vii.208 Plan. Reisner in JEA iv (1917), pl. xiv [3]; see v, 106-8 Gebel Barkal. Temple B.700. vii.214 Foundation deposits in Khartm Museum, 2392 and Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 24.1065-6. Reisner in JEA iv (1917), 215-27 Gebel Barkal. B. 500. Great Temple of Amun. vii.215 Description. Reisner in JEA iv (1917), pls. xli, xlii Gebel Barkal. B.500. Great Temple of Amun. Omit. Plan and section of cachette outside Pylon of Great Temple. Reisner in JEA iv (1917), 215, pls. xliii-xliv Gebel Barkal. B.500. Great Temple of Amun. vii.215 Plans. Reisner in JEA iv (1917), pl. xlv [2] Gebel Barkal. B.500. Great Temple of Amun. Omit. Sanctuary, Foundation deposits. Reisner in JEA iv (1917), pl. xlv [3]; see v, 106-8 Gebel Barkal. B.700. Temple of Atlanersa and Senkamaniske. vii.214 Foundation-deposit with alabaster tablets of Atlanersa.
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19 Reisner in JEA iv (1917), pls. xlvi, xlvii Gebel Barkal. B.500. Great Temple of Amun. vii.215 Plans. Reisner in JEA iv (1917), pls. xlviii, xlix Gebel Barkal. B.500. Great Temple of Amun. vii.215 Sections. see Reisner in JEA iv (1917), 215-18 Gebel Barkal. B.500. Great Temple of Amun. Cache of statues north of First Pylon. vii.221 Description. see Reisner in JEA iv (1917), 223-4 Gebel Barkal. B.500. Great Temple of Amun. Chapel of Ramesses II. vii.221 Blocks with cartouches. Davies in JEA iv (1917), 238 note 4 pl. l [1a] Thebes. TT 51, Userhet. i2.98(6) Last priest in 2nd register (Nebmehyt). . Davies in JEA iv (1917), 234-41 pls. l [left], li, lii Thebes. Omit. Ostraca with sketches (goddess on horseback, probably from Deir el-Medna cemetery, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art). see Gunn and Gardiner in JEA iv (1917), 242-9 Edfu to Berenice. Wdi Abbd. Rock-Temple. vii.321 Description. see Gunn and Gardiner in JEA iv (1917), 250-1 Edfu to Berenice. Wdi Abbd. Rock-Temple. vii.325(28) Correction of texts. Gunn and Gardiner in JEA iv (1917), 242-51 pl. liii Edfu to Berenice. Wdi Abbd. Rock-Temple. vii.321
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20 View. Gunn and Gardiner in JEA iv (1917), 250, 251 cf. 249-50 Edfu to Berenice. Wdi Abbd. East of Temple. vii.325(29) Rock stelae of Sethos I. Gardiner, A. H. in JEA iv (1917), 256-60 pl. lv (as man) 803-002-400 Round-topped stela, woman Mer(yt)neithotep, Kings daughter, etc., at table, Dyn. II-III, formerly in Halifax, Yorkshire, Bankfield Museum. (Bought in Luxor in 1839.)

Bndite in JEA v (1918), 1-15, 225-41 pls. i-ii Qau. Misc. v.16 Ivory knife-handle, Predynastic, formerly in Lord Carnarvon colln., now in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 26.7.1281 Crompton in JEA v (1918), 57-60 pl. vii 8 Slate palette with men and ostriches, Predynastic, in Manchester, The Manchester Museum, 5476. Griffith in JEA v (1918), 62-3 pl. viii Karnak. Reliefs. Objects in Museums. ii2.296 Block, Amenophis IV in heb-sed ceremonies, formerly in Gayer Anderson colln., now in Cambridge, . Fitzwilliam Museum, E.2300.1943. see Reisner in JEA v (1918), 67 [1] Tangassi. Tumuli. vii.193 Description. see Reisner in JEA v (1918), 67-8 [3] El-Kurru. Pyramid-feld. vii.195 Description. Ricketts in JEA v (1918), 78 pl. ix Memphis. Miscellaneous. Omit. Blue faience inlay, King adoring, Ptolemaic, formerly in Lord Carnarvon colln., now in New York NY,
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21 Metropolitan Museum of Art, 26.7.1006. Reisner in JEA v (1918), 79 Kerma. vii.177 Text from lower part of statue of Hepdjefa. . Reisner in JEA v (1918), 79-98 Asyt. Tomb of Hepdjefa I. . iv.261 Description with plan. Reisner in JEA v (1918), pl. x Gebel Barkal. Temple B.600. Meroitic Chapel. vii.215 Plan. Reisner in JEA v (1918), 99-100 Gebel Barkal. Meroitic Chapel (B.600). vii.215 Description. Reisner in JEA v (1918), 100 Gebel Barkal. Meroitic Chapel (B.600). vii.215 Cartouches, plaques. Reisner in JEA v (1918), 101-12 Gebel Barkal. Temple of Atlanersa (B.700). vii.213 Cartouches, plaques. Reisner in JEA v (1918), 99-112 pls. x, xi Gebel Barkal. Temple of Atlanersa (B.700). vii.213 Plan and section. Reisner in JEA v (1918), pls. xii, xiii, xvi [top], xvii Gebel Barkal. Temple of Atlanersa (B.700). vii.213 Views. Reisner in JEA v (1918), 109 pl. xvii [upper] Gebel Barkal. Temple of Atlanersa (B.700).
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22 vii.214 Unfinished colossal granite statue, probably early Meroitic, perhaps Arqamani, in Merowe Museum, 21. Reisner in JEA v (1918), 104-6 fig. 2 pl. xiv Gebel Barkal. Temple of Atlanersa (B.700). vii.214-15 Altar of Atlanersa, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 23.728. Reisner in JEA v (1918), pl. xv Gebel Barkal. Temple of Atlanersa (B.700). Room II. vii.214 Faade. Reisner in JEA v (1918), 106 fig. 3 pl. xvi [middle and bottom] Gebel Barkal. Temple of Atlanersa (B.700). Room II. vii.214 Re-used blocks of Atlanersa, probably from rear wall. Reisner in JEA v (1918), 102 fig. 1, cf. pl. xiii [upper] Texts Gebel Barkal. Temple of Atlanersa (B.700). Sanctuary. vii.215 Statuette of Amenophis III, green slate, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 23.734. Reisner in JEA v (1918), 108 fig. 4 Gebel Barkal. Temple of Atlanersa (B.700) vii.214 Fragment of black granite obelisk of Senkamanske, found in debris in doorway of Pylon, now in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts. see Reisner in JEA v (1918), 106-8 Gebel Barkal. Temple of Atlanersa (B.700). vii.214 Foundation deposits with alabaster tablets of Atlanersa, in Khartm Museum, 2392, and two in Boston, Museum of Fine Arts, 24.1065-6. Reisner in JEA v (1918), cf. 109 pl. xvii [upper] Gebel Barkal. Temple B.700. Portico. vii.214 Unfinished colossal grey granite statue, probably early Meroitic, in Merowe Museum, 21. Blackman in JEA v (1918), pl. xviii facing 117 El Bersha. Tomb 2. Djehutihotep II. . iv.179(12)
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23 Scene, deceased purified. see Blackman in JEA v (1918), 121 [middle] Karnak. Festival Temple. Room XXXI. ii2.122 Alabaster purification pedestal of Tuthmosis III (called off.-table in Bibl.). Blackman in JEA v (1918), 121-2 pl. xix Thebes. TT 51, Userhet. i2.98(6) Purification-scene w. text of Akheperkaresonb. Gunn in JEA v (1918), cf. 125-6 pls. xx, xxi Heliopolis. Miscellaneous. Statues. iv.63 Lower part of statue of Ankh-psametek, Late Persian or Early Ptolemaic, formerly in B. Turaiev colln., now in Leningrad, State Hermitage Museum, 5629. see Ricketts in JEA v (1918), 145, 146 Memphis. Miscellaneous. Various. Omit. Faience chalice with reliefs, dedicated by Sheshonk, son of Osorkon II, in Berlin, gyptisches Museum, . 4563. Ricketts in JEA v (1918), 145-7 pls. xxiii-xxv Hermopolis Magna. Finds. iv.175A Two faience chalices with King in chariot and slaying foes, temp. Osorkon, formerly in Myers colln., now in Eton College, Myers Museum. Ransom Williams in JEA v (1918), cf. 166-9 pl. xxvi [1-4] Omit. Vases, in Cleveland OH, Cleveland Museum of Art. Ransom Williams in JEA v (1918), cf. 169-70 [5] pl. xxvi [5] 8 Head rest of Irwet, Kings favourite, Dyn. V or VI, in Cleveland OH, Cleveland Museum of Art, 14.626. Ransom Williams in JEA v (1918), 170-1 pl. xxvii [6] Omit. Disks, in Cleveland OH, Cleveland Museum of Art. Ransom Williams in JEA v (1918), 171 [7] pl. xxvii [7] 8
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24 Cylinder seal of Menkaure, in Cleveland OH, Cleveland Museum of Art, 16.656. Ransom Williams in JEA v (1918), 171-2 pl. xxvii [8, 9] Omit. Seals, etc., in Cleveland OH, Cleveland Museum of Art. Ransom Williams in JEA v (1918), 172-3 pl. xxviii [10, 11] Omit. Seals, etc., in Cleveland OH, Cleveland Museum of Art. see Ransom Williams in JEA v (1918), 173-5, pls. xxviii [12, 12a] (masks), xxix (cartonnages) Thebes. Miscellaneous. S.W. Valleys. Tomb of the Apes. i2.593 Mimic burials, containing bronze objects, in Cleveland OH, Cleveland Museum of Art, 14.712, 14.713, 344-15.14 - 347.14, 349.14-350.14, 426.14, 423.14a-c. Ransom Williams in JEA v (1918), 175-7 pl. xxx [13] Meir. Miscellaneous. iv.256 Coffin of Senbi, Dyn. XII, in Cleveland OH, Cleveland Museum of Art, 14.716. Ransom Williams in JEA v (1918), 175-7 pl. xxx [14] Meir. Miscellaneous. iv.256 Mask from same coffin, in Cleveland OH, Cleveland Museum of Art, 14.731. Ransom Williams in JEA v (1918), 177-8 [15] pl. xxxi Thebes. Tombs of Priests of Amun. Near Temple of Hatshepsut. i2.637 Coffin of Bekenmut, Dyn. XXII, in Cleveland OH, Cleveland Museum of Art, 14.561. Gardiner, A. H. in JEA v (1918), 183 [middle] Name and titles 801-643-750 Block-statue of Parahotep (also Rahotep), Governor of the Town and Vizier, etc., with figures of Maet of Per-Rameses, Ptah, Osiris and the Sons of Horus in relief, granite, temp. Ramesses II, formerly in A. Quirini colln. in Villa Alticchiero, Padua, now in Bellagio, Lago di Como, Villa Melzi. Gardiner, A. H. in JEA v (1918), 183 [top] Text 801-655-500 Base with feet of standing statue of Rahotep, Governor of the Town and Vizier, black granite, temp. Ramesses II, in Aberdeen, Anthropological Museum, 1393.

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25 Bndite in JEA v (1918), 1-15 cf. 225-41 pls. i, ii Qau. Miscellaneous. v.16 Ivory knife-handle, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 26.7.1281. Bndite in JEA v (1918), 232-6 pl. xxxii facing 225 Gebel el-aAraq v.107 Knife-handle, Predynastic, in Louvre, E.11517. Bndite in JEA v (1918), 227 1 fig. 1 Sohg. v.31 Ivory knife handle with animals, Predynastic, in Farnham Royal, Pitt Rivers Museum. Bndite in JEA v (1918), 227-8 pl. xxxiii 8 Predynastic ivory comb, with birds and animals, formerly in T. Davis colln., now in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art. Bndite in JEA v (1918), 1-15, 225-41 pl. XXXIV Ab Zeidn. v.205 Ivory knife-handle, with rows of animals, Predynastic, in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 09.889.118. see Williams in JEA v (1918), 272-3 Thebes. Near Temple of Hatshepsut. Tombs of Priests of Amun. i2.637 Coffin of Esamun and Eskhons, Dyn. XXII, in Cleveland OH, Cleveland Museum of Art, 352.14. Williams in JEA v (1918), 273-4 pl. xxxvi [16, 17] Omit. Statuettes, etc., in Cleveland OH, Cleveland Museum of Art. Ransom Williams in JEA v (1918), 274-5 [18] pl. xxxvii [18] Thebes. Miscellaneous. Various. i2.838 Ushabti-box of Bekmut, Dyn. XXII, in Cleveland OH, Cleveland Museum of Art, 359.14. Williams in JEA v (1918), 275-7 pl. xxxviii [19] Thebes. Necropolis. Objects. Various. i2.845 Eight leather tabs of Osorkon I with scenes of King before divinities, in Cleveland OH, Cleveland
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26 Museum of Art, 14.698-705. see Williams in JEA v (1918), 278 8 Two canopic jars of Gerg-mennufer, Dyn. XVIII, in Cleveland OH, Cleveland Museum of Art, 108.14, 109.14. see Williams in JEA v (1918), 278 8 Pottery jars of Hori, wab priest, Lector, in Cleveland OH, Cleveland Museum of Art, 143-6.14. . Williams in JEA v (1918), 278 [middle] 8 Name and title of Detamun-paankh, Songstress of the Temple of Amun, from wooden ushabti-box, Dyn. XXII or later, in Cleveland OH, Cleveland Museum of Art, 14.718. see Williams in JEA v (1918), 278 Ihnsya el-Medina. Misc. iv.121A Block-statue of Djeubastefankh, son of Unnufer, Dyn. XXVI, in Cleveland OH, Cleveland Museum of Art, 190.14. see Williams, C. R. in JEA v (1918), 278 (as 860.17 and Dyn. XXX or Ptol.); 800-731-100 Head of royal statue wearing nemes, probably Hatshepsut or Tuthmosis III, greywacke, formerly in C. J. Blair colln., now in Cleveland OH, Cleveland Museum of Art, 1917.976. Williams, C. R. in JEA v (1918), 278-9 [20] pl. xxxviii (as No. 192.14, diorite and Dyn. XVIII) 800-798-130 Head of royal statue wearing nemes, granodiorite, Dyn. XXI-XXII, in Cleveland OH, Cleveland Museum of Art, 1914.663. Williams, C. R. in JEA v (1918), 279 [21] pl. xxxviii (as 191.14) 801-763-180 Upper part of statue of Ankh-hor, Royal acquaintance, probably holding [naos], basalt, Dyn. XXVII, in Cleveland OH, Cleveland Museum of Art, 1914.662. see Ransom Williams in JEA v (1918), 279 Thebes. Miscellaneous. Stelae. i2.802 Stela of Userhet, in Cleveland OH, Cleveland Museum of Art, 185.14. . %see Williams, C. R. in JEA v (1918), 279 (as 184.14) 803-055-250
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27 Round-topped votive stela, Isis before Min-Amun-Kamutef, and below, Neferronpet, Head of the cattle stalls of Amun-Re, kneeling in adoration, late Dyn. XVIII, in Cleveland OH, Cleveland Museum of Art, 1914.656. (Probably from Thebes.) %see Williams, C. R. in JEA v (1918), 279 (as 201.14) 803-063-070 Round-topped stela with baboons adoring the sun disc in the lunette, and two registers below, I, young god (probably sun god) on lotus, protected by Maet on either side, with Sekhmet further on left, and Shedsunefertem (last two signs combined), Greatest of the directors of craftsmen, etc., of the temple of Ptah, before Ptah further to the right, II, left, woman before Bubastis and [Sekhmet], right, Hori, Gods father of Ptah, Prophet and Gods father of Nefertum, Mayor of Memphis, and probably dedicator of the stela Nedjemmeref(?), son of Pash(en)mut, wab-priest of Ptah, before Mut mistress of Asher, temp. Sesonchis I or a little later, in Cleveland OH, Cleveland Museum of Art, 1914.669. %see Williams, C. R. in JEA v (1918), 279 (as 202.14 and Dyn. V or VI) 804-053-450 Tomb relief, head and shoulders of man and face of wife, mid-Dyn. XVIII, in Cleveland OH, Cleveland Museum of Art, 1914.670. %see Williams, C. R. in JEA v (1918), 279 (as 200.14) 803-022-530 Fragment of rectangular stela, Iteti-iker, Overseer of interpreters, etc. and wife (name lost), Kings ornament, seated, with two daughters(?) behind them, early Dyn. XI, in Cleveland OH, Cleveland Museum of Art, 1914.543. (Said to come from Thebes.) %see Williams, C. R. in JEA v (1918), 279 (as 188.14) Omit. Relief fragment, head of man, <<>>, in Cleveland OH, Cleveland Museum of Art, 1914.659. see Williams in JEA v (1918), 279 8 Offering table of Harsiesi, New Kingdom or later, in Cleveland OH, Cleveland Museum of Art, 182.14. see Williams in JEA v (1918), 279 8 Offering table with reliefs, Late Period, in Cleveland OH, Cleveland Museum of Art, 183.14. see Williams in JEA v (1918), 279 8 Sculptors models, Early Ptolemaic, in Cleveland OH, Cleveland Museum of Art, 186.14, 194.14, 195.14. %see Williams, C. R. in JEA v (1918), 279 (as 193.14) Omit. Round-topped stela, three men around cow on pedestal, <<>>, in Cleveland OH, Cleveland Museum of
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28 Art, 1914.664. %Williams, C. R. in JEA v (1918), 280 fig. 1 804-070-100 Lintel and top parts of jambs of Amenardais (I or II), Gods wife, Divine adoratress, etc., beloved of Amun-Re lord of the Thrones of the Two Lands, Dyn. XXV, formerly in Cleveland OH, Cleveland Museum of Art, 203.14, then in New York, Parke-Bernet Galleries Inc., in 1971. (Probably from Thebes.) Ransom Williams in JEA v (1918), pl. XXXIX opp. 280-4 Heliopolis. Miscellaneous. iv.64A Relief, girl musicians etc., Dyn. XXX, in Cleveland OH, Cleveland Museum of Art, 199.14. see Ransom Williams in JEA v (1918), 281, 284 pl. XL opp. 282 Heliopolis. Miscellaneous. iv.64A Block with musicians etc., in Alexandria, Graeco-Roman Museum. Winlock in JEA vi (1920), 1-3 pl. i facing 1 Thebes. TT 255, Roy. i2.340 Statue of Roy, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 17.190.1960. Winlock, H. E. in JEA vi (1920), 2 pl. ii [1] 801-633-500 Statuette of man (name lost) kneeling with stela, incomplete, mid-Dyn. XVIII, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 89.2.268. Winlock, H. E. in JEA vi (1920), 3 pl. ii [2] Saqqra. Between the Monastery and Sekhemkhets Enclosure. Tomb of Pay. Dyn. XIX. iii2.655A Fragment of left part of a round-topped stela, probably from a tomb rather than votive, with Pay, Overseer of the royal apartments, in adoration before hawk-headed Re-Harakhti, probably temp. Ramesses II, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 04.2.527. Rostovtzeff in JEA vi (1920), 15 pl. VI [upper] King with hoe and standards. Hierakonpolis. Temple Enclosure. Main Deposit. v.194A Large mace-head, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, E.3632 Rostovtzeff in JEA vi (1920), 15 pl. VI [lower left] King and cup bearers from recto
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29 Hierakonpolis. Temple Enclosure. Main Deposit. v.194A Slate palette of Narmer, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 14716 Rostovtzeff in JEA vi (1920), 15 pl. VI [lower right] Hierakonpolis. Temple Enclosure. Main Deposit. v.195A Ivory plaque with animals, probably Old or Middle Kingdom, in London, Petrie Museum, 14863. see Reisner in JEA vi (1920), 29 [2a] Semna West. Temple of Tuthmosis III. vii.145(1)-(2) Faade, Text of Seni from 3rd register. Reisner in JEA vi (1920), 29 [2c] Semna East. Temple. Court I. vii.152 Three graffiti of viceroys, temp. Tuthmosis I-II. see Reisner in JEA vi (1920), 30 [3, a] Semna West. Temple of Tuthmosis III. vii.148(23) Exterior, text of Nehi. . Reisner in JEA vi (1920), 30 [J] Semna (East). Temple. Court I. vii.152 Stela of Nehi, temp. Tuthmosis III, in Chicago IL, Oriental Institute Museum, 9052. . Reisner in JEA vi (1920), 33-5 Ellesya. Rock Temple. vii.91 Description of texts of Amenemopet, etc. see Reisner in JEA vi (1920), 34 [7, c] Buhen. Temple of Isis. vii.130 Stela of Djehutmosi. see Reisner in JEA vi (1920), 41 [12, d] Ab Simbel. South of Great Temple. vii.118(17) Rock-stela, Ramesses II with princess offers to divinities, for [Heka]nakht. .

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30 see Reisner in JEA vi (1920), 43 [14, p.] Ab Simbel. Rock-stelae S. of Great Temple. vii.118(15) Stela, Ramesses II, etc., for Setau. see Reisner, G. A. in JEA vi (1920), 45-7 801-602-810 Family group statue of Amenemonet, Chief of the Medjay, Overseer of works on the monuments of His Majesty etc., son of Unnufer, First prophet of Amun, and Esi, Chief of the harm of Amun, with twentyfive mummiform figures of relatives, cartouches of Ramesses II, black granite, temp. Ramesses II, in Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale, 1069. see Reisner in JEA vi (1920), 47 [g] Buhen. The Temple of Horus of Buhen. vii.133(4W) and vii.134(5W) Scene of kneeling figure of a Kings son from lower register. see Reisner in JEA vi (1920), 50 [18c, 19a] Semna (West). Rock-Texts. Misc. vii.151 Text of Wentawat. see Reisner in JEA vi (1920), 50 [19c] Ab Simbel. Gt. Temple. S. Chapel. vii.98(4)A Hieratic graffiti of Naherhu, son of Wentawat, temp. Ramesses VI (?). . . see Reisner in JEA vi (1920), 51 [21, c] Buhen. Temple of Isis. vii.130 Part of text from pillar. Peet, T. E. in JEA vi (1920), 56-7 pl. vii 803-063-200 Round-topped votive stela, Ankh-hor, Gods father, Master of the secrets of the shrine of Hathor mistress of Aphroditopolis, son of Pemu, Gods father, as ihy-priest with sistrum and menat before Hathor mistress of Aphroditopolis, year 22 of Sesonchis V (Akheperre), formerly in W. Harding Smith colln., now in London, Petrie Museum, 14534. Reisner in JEA vi (1920), 61-64 Kurru. Pyramid Field. vii.195 General account.

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31 see Reisner in JEA vi (1920), 62, 64 Nri. Pyramid of Atlanarsa (XX). Omit. Mention as belonging to Atlanarsa. Davies, N. de Garis in JEA vi (1920), 69-72 pl. viii Saqqra. Miscellaneous. Others. . iii2.829 Alabaster model sistrum of Teti, formerly in Lord Carnarvon colln., now in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 26.7.1450. see Reisner in JEA vi (1920), 73 note 1 Thebes. Miscellaneous. Statues. i2.784 Fragments of double statue of Nekhtmin with wife, temp. Amenophis III, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 779. see Reisner in JEA vi (1920), 74 [VII, d] Derr. About 200 metres N. of Temple. vii.90 Description of rock stela of Amenemhab. . see Reisner in JEA vi (1920), 75 Akhmm. v.25 Title of statue of Osorkonankh, Dyn. XXII, in Cairo, IFAO. see Reisner in JEA vi (1920), 85 (5) Gebel el-Shems. Rock-stela and rock-text. vii.122 Rock-stela of Hor. . Gardiner in JEA vi (1920), 100-13 pl. XI Karnak. Hypostyle. Exterior. ii2.55(167), III Scene, return to Egypt. Gardiner in JEA vi (1920), 100-13 pl. XII [right] Karnak. Hypostyle. Exterior. ii2.55(167), III King in chariot shooting. Gardiner in JEA vi (1920), pl. XII [left] Karnak. Hypostyle. Exterior.
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32 ii2.55(167), III King in chariot, looking back. see Reisner in JEA vi (1920), 117 Naga el-Deir. Sheikh Farag. Various. v.28A Shell of Sesostris I from Tomb SF5, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 13.3532. Reisner in JEA vi (1920), 117-8 pls. XIV, XV [1-4J] Naga el-Deir. Various. v.26 Statue of blind harper, Dyn. XII, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 44419. JEA vi (1920), 118 pl. xv [5] Thebes. Miscellaneous. Statues. i2.795 Statuette, woman with harp, Dyn. XVIII, formerly Kennard colln., then Baker colln., now in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1972.118.39. Newberry in JEA vi (1920), 155 pl. xvi [2] Thebes. Objects. Vases. i2.840A Glass vase of Tuthmosis III, in Munich, Staatliche Sammlung gyptischer Kunst, Inv. 630. Langdon and Gardiner in JEA vi (1920), 179-205 pl. xviii Karnak. Gt. Temple. Court N. of VIIth Pylon. ii2.132(492) Hittite Treaty, description and collation of text. Blackman in JEA vi (1920), 206-8 pls. xix, xx. El-Salmya. v.169A Pottery model granary with scenes, 1st Int. Period, formerly in Colman colln., now in Norwich, Castle Museum, 37.21. Winlock in JEA vi (1920), 209-211 pl. xxi Naga el-Hasya. Various. . . v.205 Stela of Hernesubaste, Dyn. XXII, formerly in private possession, now destroyed. [Gardiner, A. H.] in JEA vi (1920), 212-13 pl. xxii (brought from Egypt by G. A. Hoskins) 801-641-260 Statue of Roy, Overseer of the two granaries of Montu in Hermonthis, etc., kneeling with raised arms, dedicated by mother Sit-humay, mentioning brother Akheperkare, First royal son of Montu, sandstone,
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33 temp. Tuthmosis I or a little later, formerly in Sir H. Rider Haggard colln., now in Norwich, Castle Museum, 93.925. (Allegedly from Sheikh aAbd el-Qurna in 1910.) Capart in JEA vi (1920), 227-233 pl. xxiii, xxvii [1, 2] Saqqra. Tomb 36 [C 8]. Kaaaper. . iii2.459 Statues of man and wife, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 34, 33. Capart in JEA vi (1920), 227-233 pl. xxv [middle-bottom] Saqqra. Tomb 36 [C.8]. Kaaaper. . Omit. (iii2.459) Plan showing finding place. Capart in JEA vi (1920), 232, 233 pl. xxvii [3], xxviii Saqqra. Tomb 36 [C.8]. Kaaaper. Objects from tomb. . iii2.724 Upper part of statue of man, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 32. Capart in JEA vi (1920), pl. xxiv [upper left] facing 226 Asyt. Tomb of Nakhti. iv.266 Statue of Nakhti, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 36283. Capart in JEA vi (1920), pl. xxiv [upper right] opp. 226 Asyt. Tomb of Nakhti. iv.266 Statue of deceased, in Paris, Muse du Louvre, E.11937. Capart in JEA vi (1920), pl. xxiv [lower] opp. 226 Asyt. Tomb of Nakhti. iv.266 Two statuettes. see Capart in JEA vi (1920), 226-7 pl. xxv [top] (from Mariette) Saqqra. Tomb No. 40. Ranufer. Early Dyn. V. . Omit. Plan showing position. see Capart in JEA vi (1920), 226-7 pl. xxvi Saqqra. Tomb No. 40. Ranufer. Early Dyn. V. . iii2.462 Statues of Ranufer, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 18, 19. see Reisner in JEA vi (1920), 251
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34 Gebel Barkal. Temple B.500. Cache N. of 1st Pylon. vii.221 Two statues of Anlamani. see Reisner in JEA vi (1920), 251 Gebel Barkal. Temple B.700. vii.221 Two stats. Tanwetamani. Reisner in JEA vi (1920), pl. xxix [lower] Gebel Barkal. Temples B.700 vii.213 View of Temple 700. Reisner in JEA vi (1920), on pl. xxix [lower] Gebel Barkal. Temples B.600 vii.215 View of Temple 600. see Reisner in JEA vi (1920), 247-59 Gebel Barkal. Temple B.800. vii.212 Description. see Reisner in JEA vi (1920), 253 [f] Gebel Barkal. Temple B.800. vii.213 Granite block or altar of Senkamaniske, in Berlin, gyptisches Museum, 1481. see Reisner in JEA vi (1920), 253 [d] Gebel Barkal. Temple B.800. vii.213 Cache of fragments found in Room 904. Reisner in JEA vi (1920), 253 [h] Gebel Barkal. Various. vii.222 Fragment of granite obelisk of Senkamaniske, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts. see Reisner in JEA vi (1920), 253 [g] Gebel Barkal. Pylon. vii.214 Fragment of obelisk of Senkamaniske.

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35 see Reisner in JEA vi (1920), 253 [i] Gebel Barkal. Miscellaneous. vii.222 Grey granite headless statue of Akhrata, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 23.735. see Reisner in JEA vi (1920), 253 [k] Gebel Barkal. Various vii.222 Sketches of captives from sandstone dais, in Merowe Museum, 40. see Reisner in JEA vi (1920), 261-2, 263 Gebel Barkal. Temple 900. vii.213 Re-used blocks of Piankhy and Harsiotef. . Reisner in JEA vi (1920), 247-63 pls. Xxx, xxxii, xxxv, cf. xxix Gebel Barkal. Temples 800, 900. vii.213 Views. Reisner in JEA vi (1920), 247-63 pls. Xxxi, xxxiv fig. on 249 Gebel Barkal. Temples 800, 900. vii.212 Plans. Reisner in JEA vi (1920), 247-63 pl. xxxii Gebel Barkal. Temples 800, 900. vii.213 Cache of fragments of statues. Reisner in JEA vi (1920), pl. xxxiii [1] Gebel Barkal. Temple B.500. Cache of statues N. of 1st Pylon. vii.221 Head of statue of Taharqa, in Merowe Museum, 11. Reisner in JEA vi (1920), pl. xxxiii [2] Gebel Barkal. Temple B.500. Cache of statues N. of 1st Pylon. vii.221 Statue of Queen Amanimall, in Merowe Museum, 13. Reisner in JEA vi (1920), pl. xxxiii [3] Gebel Barkal. Temple B.500. Cache of statues N. of 1st Pylon. vii.221 Head of statue of Aspelta, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 23.730.
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36 Reisner in JEA vi (1920), pl. xxxiii [4-6] Gebel Barkal. Temple B.500. Cache of statues N. of 1st Pylon. vii.221 Two statues of Senkamaniske, one in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 23.731, one in Merowe Museum, 12. Reisner in JEA vi (1920), pl. xxxvi Gebel Barkal. Temple B.500 vii.215 View. Davies in JEA vii (1921), 5 pls. i, ii aAmarna. Private Palace. iv.199 Fresco of princesses, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum. Davies in JEA vii (1921), 5-6 pls. Iii, iv aAmarna. Town. Various. iv.207 Small fragments of frescoes, in London, Petrie Museum, 2261-2294 Capart in JEA vii (1921), pl. v facing 31 cf. 34 Saqqra. Between Monastery of Apa Jeremias and Sekhemkhets enclosure. Tomb Haremhab. . . . iii2.656 Block, 4 registers of Fields of Iaru, in Bologna, Museo Civico Archeologico, 1885. Capart in JEA vii (1921), pl. vi [upper] facing 33 Saqqra. Between Monastery of Apa Jeremias and Sekhemkhets enclosure. (Almost certainly from here.) . Tomb Haremhab . . iii2.657 Block, military camp w. chariots horsemen, etc., in Bologna, Museo Civico Archeologico, 1889. Capart in JEA vii (1921), fig. 1 [upper] on 33 Saqqra. Between Monastery of Apa Jeremias and Sekhemkhets enclosure. Tomb Haremhab. . . . iii2.656 Block, house, men w. chariot and horses, donkeys, etc., in Berlin, gyptisches Museum, 20363. Capart in JEA vii (1921), fig. 1 [lower] on 33 pl. vi [lower] Saqqra. Between Monastery of Apa Jeremias and Sekhemkhets enclosure. Tomb Haremhab. . . . iii2.657 Block, houses, people, etc., in Bologna, Museo Civico Archeologico, 1888 (adjoining Berlin, gyptisches Museum, 20363). Capart in JEA vii (1921), opp. 34 pl. vii
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37 Saqqra. Between Monastery of Apa Jeremias and Sekhemkhets enclosure. Tomb Haremhab. . . . iii2.656 Block, men preparing offerings, in Bologna, Museo Civico Archeologico, 1886. Somers Clarke in JEA vii (1921), pls. ix, x El-Kb. Town. Enclosure. v.173 Plans. Somers Clarke in JEA vii (1921), 56-62, 65-72 pls. xi-xiv El-Kb. Town. Enclosure. v.173 Description, etc. Somers Clarke in JEA vii (1921), pls. xv-xviii El-Kb. Town. Enclosure. v.173 Views. Somers Clarke in JEA vii (1921), 61 El-Kb. Town. Enclosure. Other Finds. v.174 Mention of colossal statue, Sesostris I (?). Somers Clarke in JEA vii (1921), 62-4 El-Kb. Town. Enclosure. Temples. v.173 Description. JEA vii (1921), 110 Some names and titles Omit. (803-050-358) Stela of Minemhet, Dyn. XVIII, in Paris, Muse du Louvre, C 279. . Boreux in JEA vii (1921), 113 pl. xix Thebes. Deir el-Medna. Miscellaneous. i2.713 Wooden statuette, a Servant in the Place of Truth with ram-headed staff, Dyn. XVIII or XIX, in Paris, Muse du Louvre, N.1575. Boreux in JEA vii (1921), 113-114 pl. xx Thebes. Deir el-Medna. Miscellaneous. i2.713 Wooden statue of sdm-as with hawk-standard, Dyn. XVIII or XIX, in Paris, Muse du Louvre, N.854 _
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38 Mackay in JEA vii (1921), 157 with n. 1 pl. xxiii [1] Thebes. TT 211, Paneb. i2.307(1) Bark on stand. Mackay in JEA vii (1921), 165 pl. xxiv [2] Thebes. TT 36, Ibi. i2.66(14) Deceased and mother in 1st register. Mackay in JEA vii (1921), pl. xxiv [3] facing 164 Thebes. TT 55, Raamosi. i2.109(7) Arm of 3rd figure of deceased with staff. Mackay in JEA vii (1921), pl. xxiv [4] facing 164 Thebes. TT 55, Raamosi. i2.108(4) Head of man in 3rd couple in 2nd register. Peet in JEA vii (1921), 169-175 pl. xxv aAmarna. Town. iv.199-200 General account and part of plan. Peet in JEA vii (1921), 171-4 pl. xxvi aAmarna. House N.49.18. Renufer. iv.205 Description and views (as O.49.18). Peet in JEA vii (1921), 175-8 pl. xxvii aAmarna. Workmens Village. iv.209 Description and view. Peet in JEA vii (1921), 179-82 pl. xxviii aAmarna. Tomb Chapels. iv.209 Views. Peet in JEA vii (1921), 179-82 pl. xxix [3] aAmarna. Tomb Chapels. iv.209

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39 Stela of Ptahmey, dedicated to Shed and Isis, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 46954. . Peet in JEA vii (1921), fig. on 180 aAmarna. Tomb Chapels. iv.209 Plan and section of Chapel 525. Peet in JEA vii (1921), 175 pl. xxix [4] aAmarna. House N.49.18. Renufer iv.205 Sculptors trial piece, head of young man, in Copenhagen, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, .I.N.1587. see Peet in JEA vii (1921), 182-3 aAmarna. Official Palace. iv.198 Waste-heaps east of Palace. see Capart in JEA vii (1921), 186-8 Saqqra. Tomb No. 54. Sekhemka. . iii2.465 Statues in Louvre. Capart in JEA vii (1921), 186, 190 pl. XXXI [1] Saqqra. Tomb No. 35 [C 20] Kai. . iii2.458-9 Statue in Paris, Muse du Louvre, N.2290. Capart in JEA vii (1921), 188-90 pl. xxxi [2] Saqqra. Tomb No. 35 [C 20] Kai. . iii2.458-9 Statue of Kai, son of Mesehti, in Paris, Muse du Louvre, A.106, [N.117; E.3024]. . Capart in JEA vii (1921), 190 pl. xxxi [3] Saqqra. Unnumbered tomb near No. 39 [C.16] Early Dyn. V. . iii2.500 Statue of scribe, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 36. Capart in JEA vii (1921), 190 pl. xxxi [4] Saqqra. Unnumbered tomb near tomb 39 [C.16]. Early Dyn. V. . iii2.500 Statue of seated man, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 35. Pinches and Newberry in JEA vii (1921), 196-199 pl. xxxii 8
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40 Cylinder seal of Amenemhet I and Babylonian Pikin-li, formerly in Lord Carnarvon colln., now in New . York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 26.7.21. see Woolley in JEA vii (1921), 200 Byblos. Miscellaneous. vii.389 Osiride diorite statue, in Beirut, Muse National. see Woolley in JEA vii (1921), 200 Byblos. Miscellaneous. vii.389 Block, King before god, and before goddess of Byblos, in Beirut, Muse National. Woolley in JEA vii (1921), 200-1 fig. Jebl (Byblos). vii.389 Fragment with cartouche of Tuthmosis III, in Beirut, Muse National. Leeds in JEA viii (1922), 1-2 pls. i, ii [lower middle] Sinai. Serbit el-Khdim. . vii.362 Two alabaster goblets of Amenophis III, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1911.413-14. Leeds in JEA viii (1922), 2 pl. ii [lower left and right] Sinai. Serbit el-Khdim. . vii.363 Alabaster vase, Dyn. XVIII, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1911.407. Leeds in JEA viii (1922), 2 pl. ii [upper] Sinai. Serbit el-Khdim. . vii.363 Alabaster Bes-vase, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1911.406 see Leeds in JEA viii (1922), 2 Sinai. Serbit el-Khdim. . vii.364 Fragments of vases representing Hathor cows (one in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1911.411). see Leeds in JEA viii (1922), 3 Sinai. Serbit el-Khdim. . vii.362 Fragment of goblet dedicated by Panehesi. see Leeds in JEA viii (1922), 2
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41 Sinai. Serbit el-Khdim. . vii.364 Fragments of figure vases, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum. Somers Clarke in JEA viii (1922), 16-20 pl. iv El-Kb. v.171 Description and plan of site. Somers Clarke in JEA viii (1922), 18 El-Kb. Desert Temples. Chapel of Thoth (El-Hammm). . v.187 Description. see Somers Clarke in JEA viii (1922), 20-38 pls. v, vi El-Kb. Town Enclosure. Temples. v.173 Plans and account. see Somers Clarke in JEA viii (1922), 20-3 El-Kb. Town Enclosure. v.173 Description. Somers Clarke in JEA viii (1922), 24-6 pls. v [middle left], vi [top] El-Kb. Temple of Amenophis II. v.173 Plans and description. see Somers Clarke in JEA viii (1922), 26 El-Kb. Temple of Amenophis II. v.173 Statue of Maia, London, British Museum, EA 1194. see Somers Clarke in JEA viii (1922), 32, on pl. vi El-Kb. Temple of Tuthmosis III. v.173-4 Naos, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum. see Somers Clarke in JEA viii (1922), 23, 35 El-Kb. Temple of Tuthmosis III. v.173-4 Sphinx, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 391.

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42 see Somers Clarke in JEA viii (1922), 35 El-Kb. Temple of Tuthmosis III. v.173-4 Osiride statue. see Somers Clarke in JEA viii (1922), 37 El-Kb. Temple of Tuthmosis III. v.173-4 Re-used blocks. see Somers Clarke in JEA viii (1922), 27, 32, 33, 34 El-Kb. Temple of Tuthmosis III. v.173-4 Cartouches. Somers Clarke in JEA viii (1922), 39 [8] cf. pl. v [B] El-Kb. Ptolemaic (?) Building. v.174 Description. see JEA viii (1922), 39-40, cf. pl. v [D] El-Kb. Temple of Ramesses II. v.175 Description. Somers Clarke in JEA viii (1922), 40 [10]([R] in Bibl.) cf. pls. v [A], vi [R]([K] in Bibl.) El-Kb. Small Temple. v.174 Description. JEA viii (1922), on pl. vi El-Kb. Temple Tuth. III. v.173 Naos of Tuthmosis III, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.40.1902. Woolley in JEA viii (1922), 48-60 pls. vii-ix, xvi aAmarna. Workmens Village. iv.209 Description, views and plan. see Woolley in JEA viii (1922), 60-5 aAmarna. Town. iv.199 Description of excavations.
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43 Woolley in JEA viii (1922), 61-4, 65 pls. x, xi [left], xvii aAmarna. House K.50.1. Nakht. iv.206 Description, views, and plan. Woolley in JEA viii (1922), 65-8 pl. xii [upper] aAmarna. River Temple. iv.207-8 Description and view showing altar. Woolley in JEA viii (1922), 70-82 pl. xii [lower] aAmarna. Palace called Maru-Aten. iv.208 View. Woolley in JEA viii (1922), 70-82 pls. xiii [left], xiv [upper] aAmarna. Palace called Maru-Aten. iv.208 Fragments of column and inlay heads from kiosk. Woolley in JEA viii (1922), 70-82 pl. xiii [right] aAmarna. Palace called Maru-Aten. iv.208 Painted pavement. Woolley in JEA viii (1922), 70-82 pl. xiv [lower] aAmarna. Palace called Maru-Aten. iv.208 Fragments of stelae (b in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1922.141). Woolley in JEA viii (1922), 70-82 pl. xv aAmarna. Palace called Maru-Aten. iv.208 Plan. Gardiner in JEA viii (1922), 191-2 pl. XVIII Naqda. Middle Kingdom Cemetery. v.119A Stela of Khenems and Nefert, Middle Kingdom, formerly in Lord Amherst colln. 216, now in Chicago IL, Oriental Institute Museum, 12105. see Weigall in JEA viii (1922), 193-9 Valley of the Kings. KV 55, probably Amenophis IV (formerly attributed to Queen Teye).

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44 i2.565 Description. Reisner in JEA ix (1923), 36-9 Begarawya (Mero). vii.255 Description of South Pyramid Field. see Reisner in JEA ix (1923), 36 [c] Mero. South Pyramid Group. Finds. vii.259 Two alabaster jars of Aspelta, one in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 24.886, one in Khartum, Sudan National Museum, 1821. Reisner in JEA ix (1923), 37 [d] Mero. Finds from South Group. vii.259 Four model canopic jars from Pyramid S.38. see Reisner in JEA ix (1923), 37 [e] Mero. South Pyramid Group. Finds. vii.259 Stela of Lady Pasalta, from S.15. see Reisner in JEA ix (1923), 37 [f] Mero. South Pyramid Group. Finds. vii.259 Offering-table of Weterik(?), Kings son, from S.20. see Reisner in JEA ix (1923), 37 [h] Mero. South Pyramid Group. Finds. vii.259 Stela of Karibe, from S.500, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 23.869. Reisner in JEA ix (1923), 38 [1] Mero. Pyramid-Field. S.6. Arakakamani. vii.257 Description. Reisner in JEA ix (1923), 38 [2] Mero. Pyramid-Field. South Group. S.4, Queen Kanarta-Sar.... vii.256 Description.

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45 Reisner in JEA ix (1923), 38 [5] Mero. Pyramid-Field. S.5. Amanislo. vii.256 Description. Reisner in JEA ix (1923), 38 [8] Mero. Pyramid-Field, S.10. Bartare-Kalkai. vii.257 Description. see Reisner in JEA ix (1923), 39-53 Mero. vii.243 Description of North Pyramid Field. Reisner in JEA ix (1923), 48, 70 Mero. Pyramid Field. N.LVI. Prince Arikakhatani. vii.255 Description. Reisner in JEA ix (1923), pls. ii, iii Mero. North Pyramid Field. vii.243 View. Reisner in JEA ix (1923), pl. iv [1] Mero. South Pyramid Field. S.503. vii.259 Interior of Burial Chamber of Queen Khennuwa(?). Reisner in JEA ix (1923), pl. iv [2] Mero. North Pyramid Field. N.17 (Leps. 38). Amanitenmmide. vii.250 View of interior of burial-chamber. Reisner in JEA ix (1923), pl. v Mero. North Pyramid Field. N.12 (Lepsius 9). Probably Shanakdakhete. vii.249 Relief on left wall of chapel. Reisner in JEA ix (1923), pl. vi [1] Mero. North Pyramid Field. N.27 (Leps. 26) (incorrectly called N.XXVI) vii.253 View of right wall of chapel.
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46 Reisner in JEA ix (1923), pl. vi [2] Mero. North Pyramid Field. N.7 (Leps. 14) vii.247 Coffin-bench of Ergamenes (Merqetek), from burial chamber. Reisner in JEA ix (1923), pl. ix [2] Omit. (Mero. North Pyramid Field. N.XX.) Reisner in JEA ix (1923), 59-60 pl. xii Gebel Barkal. Pyramid-Field. vii.203 Plan of North Group. see Reisner in JEA ix (1923), 59-60 Gebel Barkal. 8. Unknown Queen. vii.207 Description and statue-group. see Reisner in JEA ix (1923), 60 Gebel Barkal. 7. Unknown King. vii.207 Triad stela from niche of Chapel, found in VIII. Reisner in JEA ix (1923), 63 [5] Gebel Barkal. Pyramid Field. North Group. vii.205 Prince, name unknown. Reisner in JEA ix (1923), 58-9, 61, 63 pl. xiii [left] Gebel Barkal. Pyramid Field. vii.207 Plan of South Group. Reisner in JEA ix (1923), 59 pl. xiii [right] Gebel Barkal. Pyramid Field. vii.207 Plan of East Group. Reisner in JEA ix (1923), pl. xiv Mero. North Pyramid Field. vii.243 Plan. Reisner in JEA ix (1923), pl. xv
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47 Mero. South Pyramid Field. S.6. vii.257 Plan and section of pyramid. Reisner in JEA ix (1923), pl. xvi Mero. North Pyramid Field. N.7 (Lepsius 14). vii.246 Plan and section of chambers. Reisner in JEA ix (1923), pl. xvii Mero. North Pyramid Field. N.12 (Lepsius 9). Probably Shanakdakhete. vii.249 Plan and section of pyramid. Reisner in JEA ix (1923), pl. xviii Mero. North Pyramid Field. N.29 (Lepsius 28). vii.254 Plan and section of pyramid. Reisner in JEA ix (1923), pl. xix Mero. North Pyramid Field. N.51 vii.255 Plan and section of pyramid. Reisner in JEA ix (1923), 56-62 Gebel Barkal. Pyramid Field. vii.203 Description. Reisner in JEA ix (1923), 59-60 Gebel Barkal. Pyramid Field. Chapel. vii.207 Statue-group, Queen, in profile. Reisner in JEA ix (1923), 60 Gebel Barkal. Pyramid Field N. Group. 7. King, name unknown. vii.207 Statue-group, Osiris between Isis and Nephthys. Reisner in JEA ix (1923), 60 Gebel Barkal. Pyramid Field N. Group. 8. Queen, name unknown. vii.207 Statue-group, Queen (in profile) and three deities.

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48 Reisner in JEA ix (1923), 65 Mero. North Group. Pyramid 9, probably Adikhalamani. vii.247 Description. see Reisner in JEA ix (1923), 70 see 48 Reisner in JEA ix (1923), 70 [9] Mero. Pyramid N.10. Probably Prince Shrakarr. vii.247 Description. see Reisner in JEA ix (1923), 71-3 Gebel Barkal. Gt. Temple B.500. vii.215 Account. Reisner in JEA ix (1923), 72 [top] Gebel Barkal. Temple B.500. Entrance to Inner Vestibule. vii.220(44) and (45) East jamb, cartouche of Natakanani. Reisner in JEA ix (1923), 72 Gebel Barkal. Temple B.500. Third Pylon. vii.220(36) Text of Natakamani from columns found on top of 3rd Pylon. Reisner in JEA ix (1923), 74-7 Mero. Pyramid Field. vii.241 Description. see Reisner in JEA ix (1923), 75 El-Kurru. Pyramid I. vii.195 King, name unknown, attribution to Piankhalara. see JEA ix (1923), 76 Mero. Pyramid N.36. vii.254 Greenlees in JEA ix (1923), 131 pl. XXI Thebes. TT 260, User.
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49 i2.343(1) Girl preparing bed, and girl and two attendants arranging cushion on chair. see Davies in JEA ix (1923), 132 Thebes. TT 139. Pairi. Omit. Hieratic text of year 3 with name King Nefer-nefru-aten. see Davies in JEA ix (1923), 134-6 pls. xxii [1], xxvii [n] Thebes. TT 192, Kharuef. i2.298 General account with scene and text. Davies in JEA ix (1923), 136-45 pls. xxii [2], xxiii-xxvi, xxvii [omitting n], xxviii Thebes. TT 188, Parennfer. i2.293-5 Scenes and texts. see Loat in JEA ix (1923), 161-3 pl. xxix Abydos Site. Eastern Ridge. VI Dyn. Cemetery (Cemetery F). v.71 Description. Winlock in JEA x (1924), 1-5 pls. i-iv Mt Rahna. Miscellaneous. iii2.865 Statue of Haremhab as scribe, granite, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 23.10.1. . . Davies in JEA x (1924), 9 pl. v [1] Thebes. TT 51, Userhet. i2.98(8) Mourners, torches, etc. in 3rd register. Davies in JEA x (1924), 10 pl. v [2] Thebes. TT 75. Amenhotep-si-se. i2.149(8) Two men carrying candles. Davies in JEA x (1924), 10 pl. v [3] Thebes. TT 54, Huy. . i2.105(3) Torch in pile of offerings. Davies in JEA x (1924), 10-11 pl. v [4]
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50 Thebes. TT 69, Menna. i2.137(7) Candles carried by two men in procession. Davies in JEA x (1924), 12 pl. v [7] Thebes. TT 10, Penbuy and Kasa. i2.21(4) Men with candles in II. Davies in JEA x (1924), 11 pl. vi [5] Thebes. TT 247, Simut. i2.333(4) Man carrying candle. Davies in JEA x (1924), 11 pl. vi [6] Thebes. TT 254, Mosi. i2.338(1) Man before altar. Davies in JEA x (1924), 12 pl. vi [8] Thebes. TT 10, Penbuy and Kasa. i2.19(1) Men with candles in II. Davies in JEA x (1924), 12 n. 2 pl. vi [9] Thebes. TT 159, Raya. i2.271(4) Priest censing and libating offers two candles. Davies in JEA x (1924), 11, 12 n. 2 pl. vi [11] Thebes. TT 283, Roma-Roy. i2.365 Lighted taper from destroyed scene. Davies in JEA x (1924), 12 n. 2 pl. vii [10] Thebes. TT 31. Khons. i2.48(4)-(6) Torches and candle in front of man censing. Davies in JEA x (1924), 12 n. 2 pl. vii [12] facing 13 Thebes. TT 259, Hori. i2.343(2) Priest with candle in front of him in left half of I.

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51 Davies in JEA x (1924), 12-13 n. 2 on 12 pl. vii [13] Thebes. TT 23, Tjay. i2.39 Conical candles at (21). Davies in JEA x (1924), 12-13 n. 2 on 12 pl. vii [14] Thebes. TT 23. Tjay. i2.39 Stand of candles at (8) Davies in JEA x (1924), 13 note pl. vii [15] Thebes. TT 89, Amenmosi. i2.182(13) Lamp from offering scene. Bull in JEA x (1924), 15 Thebes. TT 315, Ipi. i2.389 Title of deceased. Mackay in JEA x (1924), 41-2 pl. ix [1] Thebes. TT 21, User. i2.36(12) Upper part of figure of deceased. Mackay in JEA x (1924), 41 pl. ix [2] Thebes. TT 79, Menkheper. i2.157(5) Seated figure of deceased. Mackay in JEA x (1924), 41 pl. ix [3] Thebes. TT 80, Djehutinufer. i2.158(6) Deceased in shawl. Dawson in JEA x (1924), 46 pl. x [1] (= Newberry i, pl. xxxiv) Beni Hasan. Tomb of Khnemhotep. . Omit. Deceased harpooning fish. Blackman in JEA x (1924), 53 figs 1, 2 Valley of the Kings. KV 17, Sethos I. Corridor G. i2.540(25)-(26) Left side, scenes of Opening the Mouth, two scenes in I.
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52 Blackman in JEA x (1924), 54 figs. 3-5 Valley of the Kings. KV 17, Sethos I. Entrance to Corridor H. i2.540(27) and (28) Scenes in I and II. JEA x (1924), 79 pl. xi Abydos. Temple of Ramesses I. vi.31(7) Head of King from upper register. see Gardiner in JEA x (1924), 93 Beisan. North Temple of Ramesses II. vii.379 Stela, year 9 of Ramesses II. Dawson in JEA x (1924), 133 aAmrna. Town. iv.200A Three fragments from inscribed wine-jars, from Petrie finds, in Dawson colln. (formerly in Lord Amherst colln.). JEA x (1924), 203 pl. xii see 255-6 pls. xviii-xx Winlock in JEA x (1924), 217-77 pls. xii-xxi Thebes. D.A.N. Dyn. XVII Cemetery. i2.600 General account (see analysis on separate slips). Winlock in JEA x (1924), pl. xiii Thebes. D.A.N. Tomb of Queen Ahmosi Nefertere. i2.599 Map. Winlock in JEA x (1924), 218 n. cf. 264-5 Thebes. Ramesseum. Petrie and Quibell Excavations. Finds. i2.682 Name of Amosis(?) from lid of kohl pot, in London, Petrie Museum, 14234. Winlock in JEA x (1924), 218 n. 2 Thebes. Misc. D.A.N. Antef Cemetery. i2.597 Names from family stela from B.45, in Brussels, Muses Royaux dArt et dHistoire, E.4339.

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53 see Winlock in JEA x (1924), 218 n. 2 Thebes. TT 150, Userhet. . i2.261 Statue-base of Iatib, Dyn. XVII, in London, Petrie Museum, 14214. see Winlock in JEA x (1924), 218 n. 3 Thebes. D.A.N. Petrie Excavations. Tombs beneath Nebwenenet. i2.606 Statue of Antefmosi, Dyn. XVII, in Manchester, The Manchester Museum, 5051. see Winlock in JEA x(1924), 219 n. 3, 272 n. 2 Thebes. D.A.N. Passalacqua Excav. i2.612 Dyn. XVIII burial of woman with jewellery, etc., in Berlin, gyptisches Museum. see Winlock in JEA x (1924), 226-33 Thebes. D.A.N. Dyn. XVII Cemetery. Tomb of Antef (Nubkheperr) i2.602 Description including mention of obelisks. see Winlock in JEA x (1924), 229 n. 4 pl. XIV [right] facing 229 Thebes. D.A.N. XVII Dyn. Cemetery. Tomb of Nubkheperr. i2.602 Coffin, in London, British Museum, EA 6652. see Winlock in JEA x (1924), 231 Thebes. D.A.N. Dyn. XVII Cemetery. i2.603 Diadem of Antef Nubkheperre, in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, G.1. Winlock in JEA x (1924), 235-6 pl. xiv [left] facing 229 Thebes. D.A.N. Dyn. XVII Cemetery. Tomb of King Antef (Sekhemre-Wepmaet). i2.603 Coffin F, in Paris, Muse du Louvre, E.3019. see Winlock in JEA x (1924), 233 Thebes. D.A.N. Tombs. i2.604 Tomb of Neferhotep, temp. Antef (Nubkheperre). see Winlock in JEA x (1924), 233 n. 5 Edfu Tell. Various. v.205A Gold spacers of Queen Sebkemsaf, probably wife of Antef VIII (Nubkheperre), in London, British
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54 Museum, EA 57699, 57700. Winlock in JEA x (1924), 234-7 Thebes. D.A.N. Dyn. XVII Cemetery. i2.603 Tomb of Antef (Sekhemre-Wepmaet). Winlock in JEA X (1924), 234 n. 2 Thebes. DA.N. Dyn. XVII Cemetery. Tomb of Antef (Sekhemre-Wepmaet). i2.603 Pyramidion, in London, British Museum, EA 478. Winlock in JEA x (1924), 234-5 n. 3 pl. xv [upper] Thebes. D.A.N. XVII Dyn. Cemetery. i2.603 Canopic-box of Antef (Sekhemre-Wepmaet), in Paris, Muse du Louvre, N.491. Winlock in JEA x (1924), 268 n. 2 pl. xv [lower left] Thebes. D.A.N. XVII Dyn. Cemetery. i2.604 Canopic box of Sebkemsaf II, in Leyden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, S.4. Winlock in JEA x (1924), 269-70 pl. xv [lower right] Thebes. D.A.N. XVII Dyn. Cemetery. i2.604 Canopic box of Djehuti (Sekhemre-Smentaui), in Berlin, gyptisches Museum, 1175. Winlock in JEA x (1924), 237-43 Thebes. D.A.N. XVII Cemetery. i2.603 Burial of Sebekemsaf II. Winlock in JEA x (1924), 241-2 Thebes. D.A.N. XVII Cemetery. Burial of Sebekemsaf II. i2.603 Pyramid. see Winlock in JEA x (1924), 242 n. 2 Thebes. Miscellaneous. i2.847 Memorial cone of Sebekhotep, temp. Sebekemsaf II (Sekhemre-shedtaui), in London, British Museum, . EA 1163. see Winlock in JEA x (1924), 242 [middle] n. 3
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55 Thebes. Miscellaneous. Stelae. i2.813 Stela of Mentuhotep, temp. Sebekemsaf II, formerly in Weisz colln. Winlock in JEA x (1924), 242-3 Thebes. D.A.N. XVII Dyn. Cemetery. i2.604 Fragment of stela and shrine of Sebekemsaf II, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 25.3.32930. see Winlock in JEA x (1924), 243 [near top] Thebes. Miscellaneous. Stelae. Location unknown. i2.813 Stela, King Sebekemsaf (probably II) before Ptah-Sokari, Dyn. XVII. see Winlock in JEA x (1924), 246 n. 1 Thebes. Dyn. XVII Cemetery. Finds. i2.613 Statue of Tetisheri, Dyn. XVIII, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 256. see Winlock in JEA x (1924), 247 n. 3 Thebes. D.A.N. Finds. i2.612 Statue of Queen Tetisheri, dedicated by Sensoneb, in London, British Museum, EA 22558. Winlock in JEA x (1924), 248-50 pl. xvi [left] facing 248 Thebes. Valleys S. of D.B. Royal Cache. i2.658 Coffin of Sekenenre Taa, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 61001. see Winlock in JEA x (1924), 251-5 Thebes. D.A.N. XVII Dyn. Cemetery. Burial of Queen Ahhotep. i2.600 Description. Winlock in JEA x (1924), 251 pl. xvi [right] Thebes. D.A.N. XVII Dyn. Cemetery. Burial of Ahhotp, wife of Sekenerre. i2.600 Coffin of Queen Taa II, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 28501. Winlock in JEA x (1924), 254-5 pl. xvii [lower] Thebes. D.A.N. XVII Dyn. Cemetery. Burial of Queen Ahhotep. i2.601 Armlet of Queen, with two sphinxes, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 52642.
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56 Winlock in JEA x (1924), 251 [top], 203 pl. xii and 255-6 and n. 6 on 255 pls. xviii-xx Thebes. D.A.N. Dyn. XVII Cemetery. Burial of Prince Ahmosi. i2.604 Statue of Prince Ahmosi, now in Paris, Muse du Louvre, E.15682 (formerly lost). . see Winlock in JEA x (1924), 257-8 Thebes. D.A.N. Dyn. XVII Cemetery. i2.605 Tomb of Ak-hor, Dyn. XVII. Winlock in JEA x (1924), 259 [top] Objects from Thebes. Vases. i2.840A Text of alabaster fragment of King [Sekenenre]-Taa, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1942.70. see Winlock in JEA x (1924), 259 [top] 8 Gold shell of Sekenenre I, in London, Petrie Museum. see Winlock in JEA x (1924), 259-65 cf. map pl. xiii [8] Thebes. D.A.N. XVII Dyn. Cemetery. Burial of Kamosi. i2.600 Description. Winlock in JEA x (1924), 255 pl. xxi [left] facing 260 Thebes. D.A.N. XVII Dyn. Cemetery. Burial of Antef (Sekhemre-Heruhirmaet). . i2.603 Coffin E, in Paris, Muse du Louvre, E. 3020. Winlock in JEA x (1924), 260-1 with notes pl. xxi [right] Thebes. D.A.N. XVII Dyn. Cemetery. Burial of Kamosi. i2.600 Coffin of Kamosi, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, Temp. No. 14.12.27.12. see Winlock in JEA x (1924), 261 n. 1 Thebes. D.A.N. XVII Dyn. Cemetery. Burial of Kamosi. i2.600 Dagger of Kamosi, in Brussels, Bibliothque royale. Winlock in JEA x (1924), 261-2 pl. xvii [upper] Thebes. D.A.N. XVII Dyn. Cemetery. Burial of Kamosi. i2.600 Armlet of Amosis, with two lions, in Paris, Muse du Louvre, E.7168.

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57 see Winlock in JEA x (1924), 262 with note 3 Thebes. aAssf. Near Hatshepsut Valley Tle. i2.618 Fragments of ivory box of Mosi, Dyn. XVII, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 45696. see Winlock in JEA x (1924), 262-3 Thebes. Assf. At foot of Causeway. i2.618 9. Tablet Tomb. see Winlock in JEA x (1924), 262-3 cf. plan pl. xiii [B] Thebes. Assf. Foot of Causeways. i2.620 Brick pyramid, possibly of Kamosi. see Winlock in JEA x (1924), 263 n. 7 Thebes. D.A.N. Dyn. XVII. Cemetery. Burial of Queen Ahhotp. . . i2.602 Text of spear-head of Kamosi, formerly in Evans colln., now in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1927.4622. Winlock in JEA x (1924), 264 Thebes. D.A.N. XVII Dyn. Cemetery. Burial of Ahhotp. . . i2.602 Axe-heads of Kamosi, formerly in Evans colln., one now in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1927.4623. see Winlock in JEA x (1924), 264 Thebes. D.A.N. XVII Dyn. Cemetery. Burial of Ahhotep. . . i2.602 Axe-heads of Kamosi, formerly in Evans colln., one in London, British Museum, EA 36772. see Winlock in JEA x (1924), 264 n. 3 Theban Temples. Miscellaneous. Omit. Faience cartouche-plaque of Kamosi, from foundation deposit, in London, Petrie Museum. Winlock, H. in JEA x (1924), 264 Names 803-041-100 Round-topped stela, eyes, and two registers, I, on right, two men, Pames and Sedjemre, and on left, two women, Tawau and Sitdjehuti, and a small girl, and name Paheka-aa (probably Kamosi), with six lines of offering text for Tawau and dedication by her son Bak below, and in register II, on left, Bak, wife and two sons, and on right, three men, probably temp. Kamosi, in Paris, Muse du Louvre, C 201 [E.6141]. see JEA x (1924), 264-5 and n. 218
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58 see Winlock in JEA x (1924), 267-8 Thebes. D.A.N. Dyn. XVII. Cemetery. Burial of Antef (Sekhemre-Heruhirmaet). . i2.603 Description. see Winlock in JEA x(1924), 268-9 Thebes. D.A.N. Dyn. XVII. Cemetery. Burial of Sebkemsaf (Sekhemre-Shedtaui). i2.603 Description. see Winlock in JEA x (1924), 270 with notes Thebes. D.A.N. Dyn. XVII. Cemetery. Burial of Queen Mentuhotep. i2.605 Coffin (lost). Sobhy in JEA x (1924), 283-4 pl. xxii 8 Alabaster measuring-vase of Tuthmosis III, in possession of Mr. Sobhy. see Newton in JEA x (1924), 289-294 El-aAmrna. Town. iv.199 General account. Newton in JEA x (1924), 289 pl. xxiv El-aAmrna. Town north of Wdi. House Q.44.4. iv.201 Limestone figure of Amenophis IV as boy, in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 29.34. Griffith in JEA x (1924), pls. xxv, xxvi, xxvii [2] El-aAmrna. Omit. Plan and two views of House Q.44.1, including stables with brick mangers. Newton in JEA x (1924), 294-8 pl. xxviii El-aAmrna. N. Palace. iv.193 Plan. Newton in JEA x (1924), 294-8 pl. xxx [1, middle] El-aAmrna. N. Palace. iv.193 Manger, in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art.

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59 Newton in JEA x (1924), 294-8 pl. xxx [2] El-aAmrna. N. Palace. iv.193 Manger, in Toledo OH, Toledo Museum of Art, 25.744. <<>> Newton in JEA x (1924), 294-8 pl. xxx [3] El-aAmrna. N. Palace. iv.193 Manger, in London, British Museum, EA 57395. Newton in JEA x (1924), 294-8 pls. xxix, xxxi El-aAmrna. N. Palace. iv.193 Views. Newton in JEA x (1924), 294-8 pl. xxiii [1] El-aAmrna. N. Palace. iv.193 Sculptors trial piece. Newton in JEA x (1924), 294-8 pl. xxiii [3] El-aAmrna. N. Palace. iv.193 Jamb with name of Princess Merytaten. Newton in JEA x (1924), 297-8 pl. xxxii El-aAmrna. N. Palace. iv.195 Fragments, geese, etc., from ceiling. see Griffith in JEA x (1924), 299-305 El-aAmrna. Town. iv.199 Description of excavations. Griffith in JEA x (1924), 302 pl. xxxiii El-aAmrna. House R.44.2. iv.201-2 Views. Griffith in JEA x (1924), 302 pl. xxxiv [1] El-aAmrna. House R.44.2.
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60 iv.201-2 Head of Amenophis IV, in Copenhagen, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, 1640. see Griffith in JEA x (1924), 302 El-aAmrna. House R.44.1. iv.201 Description. Griffith in JEA x (1924), 303 pl. xxxiv [2] El-aAmrna. L.50.12. Great Garden. iv.206 View. Griffith in JEA x (1924), 303 pl. xxxv El-aAmrna. L.50.12. Great Garden. iv.206 Statues, headless, of Amenophis IV, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1924.62, and Nefertiti, in London, British Museum, EA 935. Griffith in JEA x (1924), pl. xxxvi facing 304 El-aAmrna. South part of Town. iv.192 General plan. Griffith in JEA x (1924), 305 pl. xxxvii [3] El-Qusya. iv.258 Block of Ptolemy I Soter I. Hall, H. R. in JEA xi (1925), 1 pl. i 801-251-350 Statue of woman, feet lost, calcite, Dyn. IV, in London, British Museum, EA 24619. Davies in JEA xi (1925), 10-18 Thebes. TT 15, Tetiky. i2.27 Description. Davies in JEA xi (1925), 12 Thebes. D.A.N. Carnarvon Excavations. i2.611 Rishi coffin of Senebmiu, two canopic jars of Nubherkhutes. . Davies in JEA xi (1925), 12
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61 Thebes. TT 15, Tetiky. i2.27 Names on a fragment of stela. Davies in JEA x i (1925), 12-13 Thebes. TT 15, Tetiky. i2.27(7) Names on ushabti-coffins found in situ in niches. Davies in JEA xi (1925), 14 pl. ii Thebes. TT 15, Tetiky. i2.27(1) Scene at (1), tympanum and doorway below. Davies in JEA xi (1925), 14-15 pl. iii Thebes. TT 15, Tetiky. i2.27(6) Right half of double scene on tympanum. Davies in JEA xi (1925), 15-16 pl. Iv [top] Thebes. TT 15, Tetiky. i2.27(5) Deceased, wife, and grand-daughters at banquet, etc. Davies in JEA xi (1925), on pls. iv and v Thebes. TT 15, Tetiky. i2.27 Frieze text. Davies in JEA xi (1925), 16 pl. iv [top right, middle and bottom] Thebes. TT 15, Tetiky. i2.27(4) 1st and 2nd registers at (4) Davies in JEA xi (1925), 16-18 pl. v Thebes. TT 15, Tetiky. i2.27(2)-(3) Funeral procession. JEA xi (1925), 36 pl. vi El-aAmrna. Tomb chapels. iv.209 Elevation of shrine of Chapel 525.

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62 Shorter in JEA xi (1925), 78-9 pl. ix 8 Figure of three-headed god Ash from cartonnage, Ptolemaic, in Brighton, Art Gallery and Museum, Af.156a. Emery in JEA xi (1925), 125 pl. x Thebes. TT 55, Ramosi. i2.110(9) Upper part of statue of deceased from purification scene. Murray in JEA xi (1925), pl. xi Eastern Desert. Red Sea Routes. vii.321 Map of routes between Nile and Red Sea. Murray in JEA xi (1925), pl. xiii [1] Road from Qena-Myos Hormos. Umm Etgal. Omit. General view. Murray in JEA xi (1925), 144 pl. xv [1] Edfu to Berenice. Wdi Sikt. Rock Temple. vii.326 View. Murray in JEA xi (1925), pl. xv [2] Edfu to Berenice. Temple of Wdi Abbd. vii.321 View. Murray in JEA xi (1925), pl. xv [3] Road from Qena to Myos Hormos. Umm Etgal (Mons Claudianus) Omit. View. see Murray in JEA xi (1925), 145 Omit. (<<>> - North of Red Sea Route. Barmy. Mention of remains of temple.) see Murray in JEA xi (1925), 146 Qena to Safaga. Br Wasf. vii.338 Graffito, cartouche of Darius. see Murray in JEA xi (1925), 147-8
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63 Road from Qena to Myos Hormos. Wdi Umm Sidrah. Omit. Description of unfinished temple of Zeus-Seraphis-Helios. Hall in JEA xi (1925), 159-61 pl. xvii El-aAmrna. Omit. Small jasper group, lion and mule fighting, in London, British Museum. Blackman in JEA xi (1925), 213 fig. 1 Meir C.1. Ukh-hotep. iv.253(1) Part of scene, family fishing. Dawson in JEA xi (1925), 216-17 pl. xxv 8 Bronze dagger of Apophis (Akenenre), in possession of Mr. Corble. see Griffith in JEA xii (1926), 1 El-aAmrna. Town N. of Wdi. R.44.2. Panehesi. . iv.201A Two miniature stelae, King before offerings, in San Diego CA, Museum of Man, 14829, 14860. Griffith in JEA xii (1926), 1-2 pl. i El-aAmrna. House R.44.2. Panehesi (not in Official Residence of Panehesi as in Bibl.). . iv.201 Stela of Amenophis III and Teye, in London, British Museum, EA 57399. Whittemore in JEA xii (1926), 3-9 pls. ii-v El-aAmrna. North Palace. iv.193 Description, plan and views. Whittemore in JEA xii (1926), 10-12 pl. vi El-aAmrna. Town. iv.199-200 Description of excavations and plan of north end. Whittemore in JEA xii (1926), 12 pl. viii El-aAmrna. Town. Various. iv.207 Statuette from northern buildings, Old Kingdom or Middle Kingdom, formerly in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, now in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 29.1310.

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64 Boak in JEA xii (1926), 19-21 pl. ix Kom Aushm. iv.96A View of town site from air. Hall in JEA xii (1926), 33 pl. xi [1] El-aAmrna. Records Office. iv.199 Faience label of Amenophis III and Teye, found with aAmrna tablets but only 2 in. long, in London, British Museum, EA 22878. Glanville in JEA xii (1926), 75-76 pls. xviii, xix [1] El-aAmrna. Predynastic and Protodynastic Cemeteries. v.106A Pottery box, Predynastic, in London, British Museum, EA 32639. Frankfort in JEA xii (1926), 88 fig. 1 8 Cylinder seal of Pepy I, formerly in Churchill colln., now in London, British Museum, EA 66808. Davies in JEA xii (1926), fig. on 111 El-Kb. Tomb 10. Sebeknakht. v.185(5)-(6) Funeral bark dragging mummy. Frankfort in JEA xii (1926), 143-4 pl. xxi Abydos Necropolis. North Cemeteries of Frankfort. v.64 Statuette of man, uninscribed, Middle Kingdom, in Copenhagen, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, .IN.1662. Frankfort in JEA xii (1926), 157-165 pl. xxii Abydos. Cenotaph of Sethos I. vi.29-31 Plan and section. Frankfort in JEA xii (1926), 157-165 pls. xxiii, xxiv, xxvi-xxviii, xxx [1], xxxi Abydos. Cenotaph of Sethos I. vi.29-31 General views. Frankfort in JEA xii (1926), 157-165 pls. xxiii [1], xxx [1], xxxi Abydos. Cenotaph of Sethos I. vi.29-31 Views of Central Hall.
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65 Frankfort in JEA xii (1926), 157-165 pls. xxv [3], xxvii [4] Abydos. Cenotaph of Sethos I. vi.29-31 Dovetails of Sethos I, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 34551. Frankfort in JEA xii (1926), 157-165 pl. xxviii [2] Abydos. Cenotaph of Sethos I. vi.29-31 View of sarcophagus chamber. Frankfort in JEA xii (1926), 157-165 pl. xxix [1] Abydos. Cenotaph of Sethos I. vi.29-31 Ceiling of sarcophagus chamber. see Frankfort in JEA xii (1926), 160 Abydos. Cenotaph of Sethos I. vi.29-31 Transcription from hieratic ostracon. Frankfort in JEA xii (1926), 161 pl. xxx [2] Karnak. Gt. Temple. ii2.22 View of west face of Quay. Murray in JEA xii (1926), 248-9 pls. Xxxii-xxxiv Omit. (S. of Berenice.) Hall in JEA xiii (1927), pl. ii [4] facing 6 El Kb. Temple of Amenophis III. v.188 View. Hall in JEA xiii (1927), 27-29, 265-6 pls. xi, xii Mt Rahna. Finds from Ptah Enclosure and Dependencies. iii2.848 Sandstone head of old man, Dyn. XXV or XXVI, in London, British Museum, EA 37883. Dawson in JEA xiii (1927), pl. xvii between 46-7 Thebes. TT 23, Tjay. i2.39(14) 2nd register, mummification, etc. (from Davies drawing). Dawson in JEA xiii (1927), 47 fig. 1 cf. pl. xviii
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66 Thebes. TT 41, Amenemonet. i2.81(20) Remains of scenes, preparation of mummies. Hall in JEA xiii (1927), 57-8 pl. xxii Thebes. D.A.N. Finds. Position unknown. i2.614 Faience hippopotamus, Middle Kingdom, in London, British Museum, EA 36346. Hall in JEA xiii (1927), 57-58 pl. xxiii Thebes. D.A.N. Finds. Position unknown. i2.614 Faience hippopotami, Middle Kingdom, in London, British Museum, EA 22880, 35004. see Hall in JEA xiii (1927), 58 Thebes. Miscellaneous. Statues. i2.783 Faience hippopotami, Middle Kingdom, in Berlin, gyptisches Museum, 10724, 13890-2. see Hall, H. R. in JEA xiii (1927), 58 802-110-030 Statuette of hippopotamus, faience, Middle Kingdom, in Berlin, gyptisches Museum, 15258. see Hall, H. R. in JEA xiii (1927), 58 802-110-040 Statuette of hippopotamus, faience, Middle Kingdom, formerly in H. M. Kennard colln. and at Sothebys in 1912, now in Berlin, gyptisches Museum, 20601. see JEA xiii (1927), 83 Qift. Misc. v.131A Statue-group of Wersu and Sitre, Dyn. XVIII, formerly in Ipswich private possession, now in Essen, Museum Folkwang, P.4. Hall in JEA xiii (1927), 133-4 pls. xxx [1, 2] Karnak. Cachette. ii2.137 Head of Tuthmosis III, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 42053. Hall, H. R. in JEA xiii (1927), 133-4 pls. xxvii-xxix, xxx [4] (as green basalt) 800-731-610 Head of royal statue wearing white crown, probably Hatshepsut or Tuthmosis III, greywacke (sometimes described as green schist), in London, British Museum, EA 986.

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67 Hall in JEA xiii (1927), 134 pl. xxx [3] Deir el-Bahri. Gt. Temple. Chapel of Amun, IX. ii2.363(124) Head of Tuthmosis III from offering scene. Dawson in JEA xiii (1927), 155-6 pl. xxxvi Thebes. Sheikh aAbd el-Qurna. Position Unknown. Family tomb of Amenkha. i2.674 Coffin of Esmut, daughter of Amenkha, with cartonnage of Nebset, Dyn. XXII-XXIII, in possession of Duke of Sutherland. see Dawson in JEA xiii (1927), 156-7 Thebes. D.B. Burials. Priests of Montu. i2.647 Inner coffin of Ankhpekhrod, son of Ankhefenkhons, Dyn. XXXVI, in London, British Museum, EA 24958. Griffith in JEA xiii (1927), 193-208 pls. xxxviii-xliii cf. xxxvii Nauri. vii.174 Rock stela, year 4 of Sethos I. see Griffith in JEA xiii (1927), 207-8 Elephantine. Nilometer and Quay. W. side. v.225A Inscriptions. Exemption decree of Ramesses III. Frankfort in JEA xiii (1927), pl. xliv facing 209 El-aAmrna. iv.192, 200 General plan of north part of Town. Frankfort in JEA xiii (1927), 209-11 pl. xlv [1] (= C. of A. iii, pl. lx [2]) El-aAmrna. Great Temple. iv.195 Description, and fragment with chariots, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 27.6.1. [= C. of A. iii, pl. lx [2]] Frankfort in JEA xiii (1927), 210 pl. xlvi El-aAmrna. Great Temple. iv.195 Bronze vases of Amenophis IV, etc. One (= xlvi [2]), in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1927.4104. Frankfort in JEA xiii (1927), 211-13 figs. 1, 2
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68 El-aAmrna. Official-residence of Panehesi. iv.201 Description, plan and section of shrine. Frankfort in JEA xiii (1927), 212 fig. 2 and pls. xlv [2, 3], xlvii El-aAmrna. Official Residence of Panehesi. . iv.201 Shrine (= C. of A. iii, pl. xxxi), in Cairo, Egyptian Museum. see Frankfort in JEA xiii (1927), 213-16 pls. xlviii, xlix El-aAmrna. Hall of Foreign Tribute. iv.201 Views, plan, and description. see Frankfort in JEA xiii (1927), 216-18 El-aAmrna. Town. iv.199-200 Description. Frankfort in JEA xiii (1927), 217 pl. li [1, 2] El-aAmrna. Town. Omit. Fragments of tiles. Frankfort in JEA xiii (1927), 218 pls. Li [3], liv El-aAmrna. North Palace. Green Room. iv.195 South part of fresco with birds. Frankfort in JEA xiii (1927), 217 pls. lii, liii El-aAmrna. House U.37.1. iv.201 Red quartzite head of princess. see Frankfort in JEA xiii (1927), 218 El-aAmrna. North Palace. iv.193 Description. Hornblower in JEA xiii (1927), 240 pl. lxiii Omit. Ivory tusk forming statuette of bearded man with cap and robe, Predynastic, in Toronto, Royal Ontario Museum, 921.26.1 (formerly B.2266).
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69 see Hall in JEA xiii (1927), 265-6, see 27-9 Hall in JEA xiv (1928), 1-2 pls. i, ii Karnak. Position unknown. (probably from here and not from tomb TT 71) ii2.279 Two statues of Senenmut, temp. Hatshepsut, in London, British Museum, EA 1513, 174. Hall in JEA xiv (1928), 1 pl. iii Karnak. Position unknown. ii2.279 Statue of Menkheperrasoneb, temp. Tuthmosis III, in London, British Museum, EA 708. Newberry in JEA xiv (1928), 4-5 Valley of the Kings. KV 62, Tutankhamun. i2.579 Cartouches of Amenophis IV, Smenkhkare, and Merytaten, from lid of box, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 61500 A and B. Newberry in JEA xiv (1928), 7 pl. iv [1] El-aAmrna. Miscellaneous. iv.232 Stela, Amenophis IV and Smenkhkare, in Berlin, gyptisches Museum, 17813. Spiegelberg in JEA xiv (1928), 12 pl. iv [2] facing 7 Heliopolis. El-Khuss. Bull Cemetery. . . iv.60 Heart scarab of Mnevis-bull, in Toledo OH, Toledo Museum of Art. Gardiner in JEA xiv (1928), 10-11 cf. 3-9 pls. V, vi Thebes. TT 139, Pairi. i2.253(5) Hieratic graffito. Newberry in JEA xiv (1928), 8 fig. 3 Mt Rahna. Ptah Enclosure. Found near South Gate. . . iii2.839 Block of Amenophis IV, re-used. Newberry in JEA xiv (1928), 8 cf. 9 fig. 4 Mt Rahna. Ptah Enclosure. Found near South Gate. . . iii2.839 Block of Amenophis IV, re-used. Garstang in JEA xiv (1928), 46 pl. vii
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70 Abydos Site. Omit. Ivory sphinx, probably handle of box, in London, British Museum, EA 54678. see Peet in JEA xiv (1928), 54-57 Mednet Habu. Great Temple. 2nd Court. ii2.502(104-7) Base, royal princes; discussion. Hall in JEA xiv (1928), 74 [1] fig. 1 pl. viii 8 Copper bowl of Tutankhamun, dedicated by Wepwaut. Hall in JEA xiv (1928), 74 [bottom] fig. 4 pl. ix [3] 8 Reed kohl-tube, inscribed, Dyn. XVIII, in London, British Museum, EA 51068. Hall, H. R. in JEA xiv (1928), 75 [5] pl. x figs. 6, 7 (text) 800-636-400 Torso of standard-bearing statue of Tutankhamun, head and lower legs lost, beloved of Amun-Re, name changed to Djeser[kheper]ure (Haremhab) on back pillar (probably in modern times), quartzite, in London, British Museum, EA 37639. Hall, H. R. in JEA xiv (1928), 75-6 pl. xi figs. 8, 9 (text) 800-627-410 Headless statuette of Amenophis III, steatite, in London, British Museum, EA 2275. see Hall in JEA xiv (1928), 76-7 Gebel Barkal. Temple 1100-1200. vii.212(7) Lions of Amenophis III, in London, British Museum, EA 1 and 2. Newberry in JEA xiv (1928), 82 cf. 82-3 fig. 1 Thebes. TT 226, Name lost. i2.327(5) Fragment with names of children of Amenophis III from pillar (called sons of Tuthmosis IV). Newberry in JEA xiv (1928), 84-5 pl. xii fig. 2 Thebes. TT 64, Hekerneheh. i2.128(7) Father of deceased nursing prince etc., and pectoral with cartouches (from Champollion). Newberry in JEA xiv (1928), 85 fig. 3 Konosso. Rock-texts.
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71 v.254-5 Text of Hekreshu. Newberry in JEA xiv (1928), 85 fig. 4 Konosso. Rock-texts. v.254-5 Texts of Ra. Newberry in JEA xiv (1928), 109 figs. 1, 2 Byblos. vii.392 Two scarabs of Inten, probably from here, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, and London, British Museum, EA 57383. Newberry in JEA xiv (1928), 117 pl. xiv El-aAmrna. Miscellaneous. iv.233 Trial-piece, Nefertiti offers flowers to Amenophis IV, in Berlin, gyptisches Museum, 15000. Dawson in JEA xiv (1928), 126-7 pl. xv Omit. Pottery figure of man crouching in jar, in Mr. Rabbettes colln., Boston, USA. Newberry in JEA xiv (1928), 219 pl. xix [1] Thebes. TT 81, Ineni. i2.161(9) Swine and herdsmen. Newberry in JEA xiv (1928), 219 pl. xix [2] Thebes. TT 24, Nebamun. i2.41(3)-(4) Swine treading oat grain. Newberry in JEA xiv (1928), 220 fig. 12 Absr. Mortuary Temple of Sahure. Hall of Columns. iii2.329(14) The God Ash, from Libyan booty scene, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 39531A. Frankfort in JEA xiv (1928), 235-242 pl. xx [1] Abydos. N. Cemeteries of Frankfort. v.64-5 Stela of Senusert. Frankfort in JEA xiv (1928), pl. xx [2] 235-242
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72 Abydos. N. Cemeteries of Frankfort. v.64-5 Stela of Senebtifi, in London, British Museum, EA 1653. Frankfort in JEA xiv (1928), 235-242 pl. xx [3] Abydos. N. Cemeteries of Frankfort. v.64-5 Stela of Shenay, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 49803. Frankfort in JEA xiv (1928), 235-242 pl. xxi [1] Abydos. N. Cemeteries of Frankfort. v.64-5 Stela of Ameny, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1926.213. Frankfort in JEA xiv (1928), 235-242 pl. xxi [2] Abydos. N. Cemeteries of Frankfort. v.64-5 Stela of Mentuhotp, in San Diego CA, Museum of Art. . Frankfort in JEA xiv (1928), 235-242 pl. xxi [3] Abydos. N. Cemeteries of Frankfort. v.64-5 Stela of Dedtu, in Manchester, The Manchester Museum, 7964. Frankfort in JEA xiv (1928), 235-242 pl. xxii [1] Abydos. N. Cemeteries of Frankfort. v.64-5 Limestone flake, with names, in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, F.1926/8.2 Frankfort in JEA xiv (1928), cf. 242 pl. xxii [2] Abydos. Osireion. Finds. vi.30 Stela with goose of Amun, of Nebpehtire-aabau, temp. Amosis., in London, British Museum, EA 58520. . Frankfort in JEA xiv (1928), 235-242 pl. xxii [3] Abydos. N. Cemeteries of Frankfort. v.64-5 Statuette of Mentuhotp, in San Diego CA, Museum of Art. . Frankfort in JEA xiv (1928), 235-242 pl. xxiii[4] Abydos. N. Cemeteries of Frankfort. v.64-5 Two fragments of stela, in Bolton Museum, 42.26.9.

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73 Frankfort in JEA xiv (1928), 242-245 pl. xxiii [1] Abydos. N. Cemeteries of Frankfort. v.65 Block from tomb, in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art. Frankfort in JEA xiv (1928), 242-245 pl. xxiii [2] Abydos. N. Cemeteries of Frankfort. v.65 Lintel of Amenhotp and Irtnefert, in Sydney, University Museum, 25.34. . Frankfort in JEA xiv (1928), 242-245 pl. xxiii [3] Abydos. N. Cemeteries of Frankfort. v.65 Stela of Amenmosi, London, British Museum, EA 1654. Frankfort in JEA xiv (1928), 242-245 fig. 1 Abydos. N. Cemeteries of Frankfort. v.65 Stela of Dedtu, in Manchester, The Manchester Museum, 7964. Frankfort in JEA xiv (1928), 242-245 fig. 2 Abydos. N. Cemeteries of Frankfort. v.65 Stela of Senusert. Frankfort in JEA xiv (1928), 242-245 fig. 3 Abydos. N. Cemeteries of Frankfort. v.65 Jamb of Ramesses II. Frankfort in JEA xiv (1928), 242-245 fig. 4 Abydos. N. Cemeteries of Frankfort. v.65 Jamb of Tjay. Frankfort in JEA xiv (1928), 242-245 fig.5 Abydos. N. Cemeteries of Frankfort. v.65 Jamb of Amenemhab, in Sydney, University Museum, 25.35. Frankfort in JEA xiv (1928), 242-245 fig.6 Abydos. N. Cemeteries of Frankfort. v.65 Jamb of Bekenptah.
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74 Frankfort in JEA xiv (1928), 242-245 fig. 7 Abydos. N. Cemeteries of Frankfort. v.65 Jamb of Harkhebi, NewKingdom, in Glasgow, Hunterian Museum, D.1926.2. . Frankfort in JEA xiv (1928), 242-245, fig.8 Abydos. N. Cemeteries of Frankfort. v.65 Lintel and jamb Pefherinuter, in Sydney, University Museum, Nos. 36 and 25.37. . Hall in JEA xiv (1928), 280 pl. xxix [1] Palestine. Miscellaneous. vii.382 Alabaster royal statue, probably Ramesses II, in London, British Museum, EA 118544. Albright and Rowe in JEA xiv (1928), 281-285 pl. xxix [2] fig. 1 Tell el-aOreima (Galilee). vii.382 Fragment of basalt stela with text, probably temp. Tuthmosis III. see Rowe in JEA xiv (1928), 287 [13] Tell el-Hosn. . . vii.379 Fragment of stela with remains of text. Glanville in JEA xiv (1928), 297 pl. xxx [3] 8 Quintuple kohl-tube of Ahmosi, Overseer of works, wood, temp. Tuthmosis III, in London, British . Museum, EA 5337. Glanville, S. R. K. in JEA xv (1929), 6 [iii] pl. ii [1] fig. 1 (as sandstone) 802-088-200 Statue of seated baboon, snout restored, with text of Amenophis III beloved of him who cuts off the face of him who cuts off your face (= Thoth?), quartzite, temp. Amenophis III, formerly in J. Barker colln. and at Sothebys in 1833, now in London, British Museum, EA 38. Glanville in JEA xv (1929), 2-5 pl. ii [2] Karnak. Objects in Museums. ii2.288 Base of statue of Amenhotp, son of Hepu, temp. Amenophis III, in London, British Museum, 103. . . Glanville in JEA xv (1929), 5-6 pl. ii [4] Thebes. Miscellaneous. Various. i2.838
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75 Fragmentary box of Penbuy, temp. Amenophis III, in London, British Museum, 38272. Glanville in JEA xv (1929), 8 pl. iv [1] Valley of the Kings. KV 62. Tomb of Tutankhamun. Omit. Gold mask. Glanville in JEA xv (1929), 8 note 2 pl. iv [2] El-aAmarna. House P.47.1-3. Djehutmosi. iv.203A Cast of head of Amenophis III as young man, in Berlin, gyptisches Museum, 21299. Glanville in JEA xv (1929), 8 note 2 pl. iv [3] Temple of Amenophis III. ii2.452 Head of colossal statue of Amenophis III, in London, British Museum, 4. Griffith in JEA xv (1929), 26-8 pl. v Gebel Barkal. Temple B.700. vii.214 Sculptures, harm etc. on inner face of Pylon (from Prudhoe MSS.), and block with cartouches of Senkamaniske. see Hornblower in JEA xv (1929), 43 Gza. Miscellaneous. Tombs. iii2.301 Squatting woman nursing two children from tomb of Nekauinpu, formerly in Lord Carnarvon colln., now in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 26.7.1405, Winlock in JEA xv (1929), 65-6 pl. xi [1] Theban Temples. Objects. Blocks, etc. ii2.535 Wooden door from temple (Khnemet-ankh) of Tuthmosis I, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 22.2.26. Winlock in JEA xv (1929), 57, 64-65 pls. xi [2], xiii Deir el-Bahri. Gt. Temple. Cult Chapel of Tuthmosis I. . ii2.361(107) Stela from rear wall, in Paris, Muse National du Louvre, C.48. Winlock in JEA xv (1929), 57 pl. xii Deir el-Bahri. Gt. Temple. Cult Chapel of Hathshepsut. . . . ii2.361(101) View shewing west wall with stela.
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76 see Winlock in JEA xv (1929), 57-8 Valley of the Kings. KV 38, Tuthmosis II. i2.557 Discovery of tomb by Loret in 1899. Winlock in JEA xv (1929), 58-60 pl. xiv [lower] and xiv [upper] Valley of the Kings. KV 38, Tuthmosis I. i2.559, 557 Canopic box and sarcophagus, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 36416, 52344. see Winlock in JEA xv (1929), 58 Valley of the Kings. KV 20, Hatshepsut. . i2.547 Canopic box, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 38072. see Winlock in JEA xv (1929), 60 Valley of the Kings. KV 38,Tuthmosis I. i2.559 Texts of alabaster jars, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 55608, 55617 (from Davis). see Winlock in JEA xv (1929), 60-1 Valley of the Kings. KV 20, Hatshepsut. . i2.547 Text of sandstone sarcophagus, altered for Tuthmosis I, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 04.278. Hall, H. R. in JEA xv (1929), 78-9 pl. xv [1] 800-725-050 Bust of royal statuette wearing nemes, probably Hatshepsut (or much later?), in Berlin, gyptisches Museum, 2005. (Bought at Saqqra.) Hall in JEA xv (1929), 79 pl. xv [2, 3] Deir el Bahri. Gt. Temple. Statues of Hatshepsut. From Western Niches. . . ii2.372 Limestone head from Osiride statue, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 56259A. Hall in JEA xv (1929), 79 pl. xvi Deir el Bahri. Gt. Temple. Statues of Hatshepsut. From Second Court. . ii2.371 Head of 4th sphinx, in Berlin, gyptisches Museum, 2299. Spiegelberg, W. in JEA xv (1929), 80-1 pl. xvii [2] 803-091-510 Probably votive stela, Puerem, son of Djeho, censing before Osiris, Isis and Nephthys, with one line of names in demotic and four lines of offering text in hieroglyphs below, basalt, probably early Ptolemaic, in
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77 Manchester, The Manchester Museum, 8134. see Spiegelberg in JEA xv (1929), 109 Heliopolis. Bull Cemetery. iv.60A Heart-scarab, in Toledo OH, Toledo Museum of Art. Frankfort in JEA xv (1929), 149 pls. xx, xxi El-aAmarna. Town. House T.35.4. iv.200 Statuette, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 53249. Frankfort in JEA xv (1929), 143-149 pls. xxii-xxiv, xxvi [1, 2] El-aAmarna. Town. iv.200 Plan, reconstructions, and view. Frankfort in JEA xv (1929), 149 pls. xxvi [3], xxix El-aAmarna. Town. House V.36.7. iv.201 View and plan. Hall, H. R. in JEA xv (1929), 154 pl. xxx (as slate) 800-491-110 Bust, from seated royal statue, probably Sesostris III, basalt, in London, British Museum, EA 36298. Dunham, D. in JEA xv (1929), 164-5 pl. xxxii 801-620-040 Statue of Neferweben, Governor of the Town and Vizier, etc., head and feet lost, with cartouches of Tuthmosis III, red granite, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 29.728. Dunham in JEA xv (1929), 165 pl. xxxiii Mt Rahna, Km el-Qala. Misc. iii2.861 Slate statue of Hor, Dyn. XXVI, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 29.731. . Dunham in JEA xv (1929), 166 pl. xxxiv Alexandria. Miscellaneous. iv.5A Grey granite statue with protocol of Achoris, Dyn. XXIX, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 29.732. (Fragment in Bibl., present location unknown, seen by Lepsius in Court of Greek Consulate, probably belongs to this statue.) see Dawson in JEA xv (1929), 186-8
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78 Saqqra. Objects from tombs. Misc. . iii2.765 Wooden anthropoid coffin (w. mummy of woman fd. inside) of Herib, Dyn. XXVI, in Norwich, Castle Museum, 242.27. see Dawson in JEA xv (1929), 188-9 Akhmm. Misc. v.23A Cartonnage of Esmin, Ptolemaic, in Liverpool, City Museum, 56.22.79 (formerly in Norwich, Castle Museum, 26.86). Dawson in JEA xv (1929), 189-90 pl. xxxvii Thebes. Tombs of Position Unknown. i2.674 Coffin lid and cartonnage of Ankh-hor, Dyn. XXI or XXII, in Norwich, Castle Museum, 146-7.928. . see Cowley in JEA xv (1929), 200-18 Sinai. Proto-Sinaitic Inscriptions. Omit. Discussion of Nos. 345-360. Hall in JEA xv (1929), 236 pl. xxxviii 8 Wooden statuette of woman carrying chest on head, Dyn. XVIII, in London, British Museum, 32767. Hall, H. R. in JEA xv (1929), 236 pl. xxxix [1-3] 801-670-735 Statuette of nude girl holding kitten, probably a mirror-handle, wood, late Dyn. XVIII, in London, British Museum, EA 32733. Hall, H. R. in JEA xv (1929), 237-8 pl. xxxix [4, 5] (as temp. Tuthmosis IV or Amenophis III) 801-670-730 Statue of woman holding [an object in left hand], wood, late Dyn. XVIII or Dyn. XIX, in London, British Museum, EA 2375. Hall, H. R. in JEA xv (1929), 237 pl. xl [1] 801-670-741 Statuette of nude Negro woman, wood, late Dyn. XVIII, in London, British Museum, EA 32749. Hall, H. R. in JEA xv (1929), 236-7 pl. xl [2, 3] 801-670-737 Statuette of nude girl, forearms with [tray of food?] lost, wood, temp. Amenophis III, in London, British Museum, EA 32741.

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79 Hall, H. R. in JEA xv (1929), 238 pl. xli [1, 2] (as shabti) 801-670-731 Statuette of Rashat, Female servant (hmt), wood, Dyn. XIX, in London, British Museum, EA 2376. . Hall, H. R. in JEA xv (1929), 238 pl. xli [3, 4] 801-670-743 Statuette of woman holding bouquet against her chest in her left hand, and lotus-flower in her right hand, wood, Dyn. XIX, in London, British Museum, EA 32772. Hall in JEA xvi (1930), 1-2 and pls. i, ii 801-736-300 Statuette of Khonsardais, temp. Psammetikhos I, in London, British Museum, EA 14466. Sobhy in JEA xvi (1930), 3 pl. iii [3] (=Leibovitch, Anc. Egypt, 104 fig. 75) Karnak. Building of Amenophis IV. ii2.253 Bust of Amenophis IV, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 49528. Sobhy in JEA xvi (1930), 3 pl. iv [2] (= Ann. Serv. xl, cf. 144 pl. xxv [right]) Karnak. Building of Amenophis IV. Omit. Head of statue of King, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 49529. Gardiner in JEA xvi (1930), 19-22 pl. x [1-3] 8 Red pottery jar with hieratic Letter to the Dead, 1st Int. Per., in Chicago IL, Oriental Institute Museum. Schott, S. in JEA xvi (1930), 23 pl. x [4] 801-495-050 Statuette woman with child on hip with name of daughter Seh, Middle Kingdom, in Berlin, gyptisches Museum, 14517. Matthiew in JEA xvi (1930), 31 pl. xi [1, 2] (see Legrain ii pl. v) Karnak. Cachette. ii2.142 Statue of Ramesses II, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 42143. Matthiew in JEA xvi (1930), 31 pl. xi [3] (=Legrain, pl. iv) Karnak. Cachette. ii2.141 Statue of Ramesses II, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 42142. Hall, H. R. in JEA xvi (1930), 39 pl. xii (as temp. Amenophis III or earlier) 801-620-540
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80 Male statue, right hand lost, with small son in relief next to left leg, wood, Dyn. XIX, in London, British Museum, EA 2319. Hall in JEA xvi (1930), 39-40 pl. xiii [1, 2] Thebes. Misc. Statues. i2.789 Wooden statue of official, probably temp. Amenophis III, in London, British Museum, EA 2320 (Salt colln.). Hall in JEA xvi (1930), 40 pl. xiii [3, 5] 801-620-550 Wooden statuette of official, temp. Amenophis III, in London, British Museum, EA 32748. Hall in JEA xvi (1930), 40 pl. xiv [1, 2] 801-631-600 Wooden statuette, late Dyn. XVIII or early XIX, in London, British Museum, EA 2331. Hall in JEA xvi (1930), 40 pl. xiv [3, 4] 801-620-542 Wooden statuette, Dyn. XVIII or XXII, in London, British Museum, EA 2322. Hall in JEA xvi (1930), 40 pl. xiii [4] Omit. Ushabti, in London, British Museum, EA 37926. Shorter in JEA xvi (1930), 54-62, w. figs. 1-3 pls. xv-xvii Thebes. TT 241, Ahmosi i2.331-2 For details see Bibliography. Spiegelberg in JEA xvi (1930), 73 pl. xviii 801-737-250 Statuette of man balancing a tray with cakes on his head, feet lost, bronze, Late Period, formerly in Colonel J. Evans, E. Rutherston and L. Pomerance collns., at Sothebys in 1924 and at Sothebys (New York) in 1987, now in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1988.11. Spiegelberg in JEA xvi (1930), 73-74 pl. xix [3] 801-753-590 Statuette of Psametek, son of Hapep(?), kneeling with raised arms, name of Neith, bronze, Dyn. XXVI, formerly in W. Spiegelberg colln., now in Munich, Staatliche Sammlung gyptischer Kunst, S 6039. see Spiegelberg in JEA xvi (1930), 74 note 2 Qena. Misc. v.122A
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81 Name of father Irefenhesienpep from stela of Ramosisonb, Ptolemaic, in Frankfurt am Main, . Liebieghaus, Museum alter Plastik, 11208. see Gunn, B. in JEA xvi (1930), 155 803-030-083 Round-topped stela, seven lines with offering text invoking Geb and appeal to the living by Ipi, Cupbearer of the chamber of meat, and two registers, I, seated Khapu, Keeper of the chamber, son of Rehuankh, and wife Suit, with Ipi censing before them, II, two men and two women seated on the ground, Dyn. XIII, formerly in C. Bogaert and J. Sams collns., then in Liverpool Museum, M.13846 (lost in World War II). (Probably from Abydos.) Hall in JEA xvi (1930), 167-8 pls. xxv, xxvi Athribis. Miscellaneous. iv.65 Statue in cloak, not inscribed, probably temp. Amenemhet III, in London, British Museum, EA 1237. Hall in JEA xvi (1930), 168 fig. 1 pl. xxvii Bubastis. Miscellaneous. iv.32 Statuette of Kep (?), good name Iri, Dyn. XIII, in London, British Museum, 1229. Polotsky in JEA xvi (1930), 194-9 pl. xxix Gebelein. Miscellaneous. v.164A Stela of Hekaib, 1st Int. Period, in London, British Museum, EA 1671. . . Frankfort in JEA xvi (1930), 214-219 pls. xxx, xxxi. Abydos. South Cemeteries of Frankfort. v.77 Pre- and Proto-Dynastic Cemeteries. Frankfort in JEA xvi (1930), 216 pl. xxxii [1] Abydos. South Cemeteries of Frankfort. Old Kingdom Cemetery. Tomb 910. Serdab. v.77A Three statues, all lost except head of one, wood, Dyn. V. Frankfort in JEA xvi (1930), 214-219 pls. xxxii [2-4], xxxiii. Abydos. South Cemeteries of Frankfort. v.77 Old Kingdom Cemetery. Frankfort in JEA xvi (1930), 214-219 pl. xxxii [5]. Abydos. South Cemeteries of Frankfort. v.77
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82 1st Int. Per. and New Kingdom Cemeteries. Frankfort in JEA xvi (1930), 214-219 pls. xxxiv [1] Abydos. South Cemeteries of Frankfort. v.77 Plaque of Pepy I, in London, British Museum, EA 3374. Frankfort in JEA xvi (1930), 214-219 pls. xxxv [A, B] Abydos. South Cemeteries of Frankfort. v.77 Sealing of Unis. Frankfort in JEA xvi (1930), 214-219 pls. xxxxiv [2, 3] xxxv [middle], xxxvi [2], xxxvii, xl Abydos. South Cemeteries of Frankfort. v.77 1st Int. Per. and New Kingdom Cemeteries. Frankfort in JEA xvi (1930), 219 pls. xxxviii, xxxix Abydos Necropolis. N. Cemeteries of Frankfort. v.64 Tomb of Rensonb, with statuette, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 49793. Glanville in JEA xvi (1930), 237-9 w. fig. 2 pl. xlii [1] Thebes. Assf. Causeway Area. Rest House. i2.624 Ostracon with plan of shrine, Late Dyn. XVIII or Dyn. XIX, in London, British Museum, EA 41228. Fairman in JEA xvi (1930), 240-1 pl. xlii [2] Armant. Bucheum. v.158 Buchis-Stela of Ptolemy II, in London, British Museum, EA 1694. Hall in JEA xvii (1931), 10 pl. ii Thebes. Royal Cache. TT 320. Omit. Ushabti of Amosis, in London, British Museum, EA 32191. Hall in JEA xvii (1931), 10-11 pl. iii [1, 4] Valley of the Kings. KV 35, Amenophis II. Omit. Ushabti of Amenophis II, in London, British Museum, EA 35365. Hall in JEA xvii (1931),11-12 pl. iii [2, 3] Omit.
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83 Ushabti of Psammetikhos I or II, in London, British Museum, EA 21922. see Wainwright in JEA xvii (1931), 30-8 8 Hieratic writing-board with names of Keftiu, Dyn. XVIII, in London, British Museum, EA 5647. Hall in JEA xvii (1931), 48 [1] pl. vii [2] Saqqra. Tbs. pos. unknown. Tomb Ptahmosi. . iii2.713 Alabaster vase of deceased temp. Amenophis III, in London, British Museum, EA 4640 (formerly G. Anastasi colln.). Hall in JEA xvii (1931), 48 [3] pl. vii [1, upper] Saqqra. Tbs. pos. unknown. Tomb Ptahmosi. . iii2.713 Pestle and mortar of deceased, temp. Amenophis III, in London, British Museum, EA 5683 (formerly St. Helier, Jersey). Hall in JEA xvii (1931), 48 [2] pl. vii [4] Saqqra. Tbs. pos. unknown. Tomb Ptahmosi. . iii2.713 Alabaster model mace-head of deceased, temp. Amenophis III, in London, British Museum, EA 54989 (formerly Nash colln.). Hall in JEA xvii (1931), 48 [4] pl. vii [1, lower] Saqqra. Tbs. pos. unknown. Tomb Ptahmosi. . iii2.713 Model knife of deceased, temp. Amenophis III, in London, British Museum, EA 5472. Blackman in JEA xvii (1931), 55-61 pl. viii Thebes. D.A.N. Antef Cem. i2.596 Stela of Tjetji, in London, British Museum, EA 614. Glanville in JEA xvii (1931), 65-66 pl. ix Abydos. Osiris Temple. v.40A Ivory statuette of King, in London, British Museum, EA 37996. Murray in JEA xvii (1931), 81-4 pl. x El-Dabaa. Temple, Graeco-Roman. . Omit. Views.

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84 Glanville in JEA xvii (1931), 98 pl. xii [1-3] Omit. (8 - no provenance) Bronze stamp seal in form of seated boy, formerly in Maxwell colln., now in London, British Museum, EA 59853 Glanville in JEA xvii (1931), 98-9 pl. xii [7-9] Abydos. Cemetery E. of Garstang. v.66A Ivory statuette of Nakhti, used as seal, late Middle Kingdom, in London, British Museum, EA 54677. see Winlock in JEA xvii (1931), 107-10 Thebes. TT 320, Inhapi. i2.393 Attribution of tomb to Inhapi. Hall in JEA xvii (1913), 165 pl. xv [1, 2] El-aAmarna. Misc. iv.233 Fragments of reliefs, in London, British Museum, EA 47988, 47989. Hall in JEA xvii (1931), 165 pl. xv [3, 4] El-aAmarna. Misc. iv.234 Trial-pieces, woman suckling baby, and portrait of Amenophis IV or Smenkhkare, in London, British Museum, EA 15973, 26810. Sloley in JEA xvii (1931), 169 pl. xvi [2-4] 8 Astronomical instruments of Hor, Dyn. XXVI, in Berlin, gyptisches Museum, 14084-5. . Sloley in JEA xvii (1931), 170-1 pl. xvi [5] El-Faiym. Misc. iv.104A Sun-clock, Late Period, in Berlin, gyptisches Museum, 19743. Sloley in JEA xvii (1931), 173 pl. xvii [2] 8 Green faience sundial, Greco-Roman, in Berlin, gyptisches Museum, 20322. Sloley in JEA xvii (1931), 172 pl. xvii [4] 8 Black steatite shadow-clock of Senenu, in London, Petrie Museum, 16376. Sloley in JEA xvii (1931), 172-3 pl. xviii [2-4]
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85 8 Model shadow-clock, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 33401. Sloley in JEA xvii (1931), 173 fig. 13 Gezer (Palestine). vii.374 Ivory sundial, Merneptah, kneels before Thoth in bark. . Sloley in JEA xvii (1931), 174 w. fig. 16 pls. xix, xx, xxi [2] Karnak. Miscellaneous. ii2.300 Water-clock of Amenophis III, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 37525. Sloley in JEA xvii (1931), 176 pl. xxi [1] 8 Faience model water-clock w. ape in front, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 29895. Sloley in JEA xvii (1931), 176 pl. xxii Edfu Tell. Various. v.205A Ptolemaic water-clock, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum. Griffith in JEA xvii (1931), 179-80 pl. xxiii Town. House L.50.12. Great Garden. iv.206 Statue of Amenophis IV, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1924.162. Griffith in JEA xvii (1931), 179-80 pls. xxiv, xxv Town. House L.50.12. Great Garden. iv.206 Statue of Queen, in London, British Museum, EA 935. Griffith in JEA xvii (1931), 182-3 pls. xxvi [2, 3], xxvii [1-3] El-aAmarna. Town. House R. 44.2. Panehesi. . iv.202 Fragments of statues, and unfinished figure of slave, latter in Philadelphia PA, The University Museum, 29.209.2. Griffith in JEA xvii (1931), 183 pl. xxvii [4, 5] El-aAmarna. Gt. Official Palace. Finds. iv.198 Statue-base with names of Nefertiti and Ankhesenpa-aten (found at El-Till). Dunham in JEA xvii (1931), 209-10 pls. xxxi-xxxvi
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86 Thebes. Valleys S. of D.B. Roy. Cache. i2.661 Fragment mummy-wrapping of Tuthmosis III, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 60.1472. Myers and Fairman in JEA xvii (1931), pl. xxxix Armant. Bucheum. v.158 Plan. Myers and Fairman in JEA xvii (1931), pls. xl, xli Armant. Cemeteries. v.160 Gen. plan, and plans of tombs. Myers and Fairman in JEA xvii (1931), 223-232 pls. xlii-xliv, lviii-lxvii Armant. Cemeteries. v.160 Finds, etc. Myers and Fairman in JEA xvii (1931), 223-232 cf. pls. lv-lvii Armant. Cemeteries. v.160 Ptolemaic cartonnages. Myers and Fairman in JEA xvii (1931), 223-232 pl. lxi [2] Armant. Cemeteries. v.160 Bulls head, in Toronto, Royal Ontario Museum. Myers and Fairman in JEA xvii (1931), 225 Armant. Cemeteries. v.160 Text of re-used block of Ram. II. see Pendlebury in JEA xvii (1931), 233-42, 243-4 El-aAmarna. Town. iv.200 General account. see Pendlebury in JEA xvii (1931), 239, 243 El-aAmarna. Town. House T.34.3 iv.200A Knob of ceremonial staff.

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87 Pendlebury in JEA xvii (1931), pl. lxviii El-aAmarna. Town. iv.200 Plan of west part of north suburb. Pendlebury in JEA xvii (1931), 234-5 pl. lxix El-aAmarna. Town. House T.36.36. Mycenaean House. iv.200 Plan. Pendlebury in JEA xvii (1931), 234-5 pl. lxx El-aAmarna. Town. House T.36.36. Mycenaean House. iv.200 Views. Pendlebury in JEA xvii (1931), 234-5 pl. lxxi [4] El-aAmarna. Town. House T.36.36. Mycenaean House. iv.200 Clay face from tripod. Pendlebury in JEA xvii (1931), 236 pl. lxxi [5] El-aAmarna. House T.36.63. iv.200A Wooden box-lid with gazelle. Pendlebury in JEA xvii (1931), 242 pl. lxxii [1, 2] El-aAmarna. Town. Great Gate. iv.193 Fragment of wall-painting. Pendlebury in JEA xvii (1931), 236 pl. lxxii [3, 4] El-aAmarna. Town. House T.36.68. iv.200 Small head of Ankhesenpa-aten (?). Pendlebury in JEA xvii (1931), 237-9 pl. lxxiv El-aAmarna. Town. House T.34.1. Hatiay. iv.200 Plan. Pendlebury in JEA xvii (1931), 237-9 pl. lxxv[1, 2] El-aAmarna. Town. House T.34.1. Hatiay. iv.200
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88 Lintel, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum. Pendlebury in JEA xvii (1931), 237-9 pl. lxxv [3, 4] El-aAmarna. Town. House T.34.1. Hatiay. iv.200 Views. Pendlebury in JEA xvii (1931), 240-1 pls. lxxvi, lxxvii El-aAmarna. Town. House U.25.7. iv.200 Plan and views. Pendlebury in JEA xvii (1931), 242-3 pl. lxxviii [1, 2, 4] El-aAmarna. Town. Great Gate. iv.193 Views. Pendlebury in JEA xvii (1931), 242-3 pl. lxxviii [3] El-aAmarna. Town. Great Gate. iv.193 Fragment of wall-painting. see Griffith in JEA xvii (1931), 257 Kwa. vii.181 Short account of excavations. Shorter in JEA xviii (1932), 1-2 pl. i 8 Ivory wand with mythological animals, of child Senbefres, formerly in Apps colln. (Mr. C. T. Apps), now in London, British Museum, EA 65439. Newberry in JEA xviii (1932), 50 fig. 1 8 Cartouches of Ay and Ankhesenamun, from glass ring, formerly in Blanchard colln., now in Berlin, gyptisches Museum, 1920/73. Glanville in JEA xviii (1932), 53-61 pl. iv [1] 8 Scribes palette, Seneny, Dyn. VI, in London, British Museum, EG 52942, Glanville in JEA xviii (1932), 53-61 fig. 2 pl. v [1] 8 Scribes palette, Bashema, temp. Pepy II, in London, British Museum, EA 12782,
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89 Glanville in JEA xviii (1932), 53-61 pl. v [2] 8 Scribes palette, late New Kingdom, in London, British Museum, EA 5525. Glanville in JEA xviii (1932), 53-61 pl. v [3] 8 Scribes palette with hieratic text, Dyn. XVIII-XIX, in London, British Museum, EA12783, Glanville in JEA xviii (1932), 53-61 fig. 8 pl. vi [1] 8 Scribes palette, Amenhotep, temp. Tuthmosis III, in London, British Museum, EA12786, Glanville in JEA xviii (1932), 53-61 pl. vi [2] 8 Scribes palette, Amosis, in London, British Museum, EA12784, Glanville in JEA xviii (1932), 53-61 fig. 8 pls. vi [3], viii [2] 8 Scribes palette, Pamerihu, temp. Amenophis III, in London, British Museum, EA 5513. Glanville in JEA xviii (1932), 53-61 figs. 9, 10 pl. vii [3] 8 Scribes palette, Merere, temp. Tuthmosis IV, in London, British Museum, EA 5512. Glanville in JEA xviii (1932), 53-61 pl. viii [1] 8 Scribes palette, Amenmosi, temp. Sethos I, in London, British Museum, EA 12778. Glanville in JEA xviii (1932), 53-61 pl. viii [4] 8 Scribes palette, name lost, New Kingdom, in London, British Museum, EA 12779. Glanville in JEA xviii (1932), 53-61 pl. ix [2, 3] 8 Scribes palette with hieratic texts, New Kingdom, in London, British Museum, EA 5518. Glanville in JEA xviii (1932), 53-61 figs. 5, 6 8 Scribes palette, name lost, dedicated by Ameny, 2nd. Int. Per., in London, British Museum, EA 5516. Glanville in JEA xviii (1932), 56, pl. iv [2, 3] Thebes. Misc. Various. i2.843 Scribes palette with hieratic text, Dyn. XI, in London, British Museum, EA 5524.
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90 Glanville in JEA xviii (1932), 59 figs. 11, 12 pl. vii [1] Thebes. Misc. Various. i2.844 Scribes palette, To, temp. Ramesses II. in London, British Museum, EA 5514. Glanville in JEA xviii (1932), 58 pl. viii [1] Saqqra. Objects from tombs. . iii2.773 Schist palette of Amenmosi, Great Scribe of the water of the Temple of Sethos I, Dyn. XIX, in London, British Museum, EA 12778. Glanvlle in JEA xviii (1932), 61 pl. ix [1, 4] 8 Scribes palette, New Kingdom, in London, British Museum, EA 5520. Glanville in JEA xviii (1932), 61 pl. viii [3] (called Thebes) Saqqra. Objects from tombs. . i2.773 Wood palette, in London, British Museum, EA 36825. Shorter in JEA xviii (1932), 121-3 pl. x Omit. Lower part of statue of Bubastis with gods and demons on sides, Dyn. XXII, in Hornblower colln. Shorter in JEA xviii (1932), 123-4 pl. xi (=Brit.Mus.Quarterly vi, No. 4 p.101) Omit Statuette of Bubastis or Buto, Dyn. XXII, in London, British Museum, EA 63516. see Newberry in JEA xviii (1932), 141 [2] Abydos. Site. Miscellaneous. v.96 Stela of Sebk-khu, in London, British Museum, EA 1213. see Newberry in JEA xviii (1932), 141-2 Kerma. K III. Various. vii.177 Dating of Iati, 2nd Int. Period. Pendlebury in JEA xviii (1932), 144 pl. xii El-aAmarna. Great gate and Palace of Nefertiti. iv.93 Reconstruction of great gate and window. Pendlebury in JEA xviii (1932), 147 pl. xiii [1]
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91 El-aAmarna. Private Palace iv.199 Description and view. Pendlebury in JEA xviii (1932), 147 pls. xiii [2] El-aAmarna. Smaller Tle. Magazines, etc. iv.197 View of priests quarters. Pendlebury in JEA xviii (1932), 144-5 pl. xiii [3, 5] El-aAmarna. Palace of Nefertiti. iv.193 Views etc. Pendlebury in JEA xviii (1932), 144-5 pl. xiii [4] El-aAmarna. Great Gate. iv.193 Views. Pendlebury in JEA xviii (1932), pl. xiv [1] (=C. of A. III, pl. lxxiv [4, 5]) El-aAmarna. Private Palace. iv.199 Trial piece with caricature of Amenophis IV, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum. Pendlebury in JEA xviii (1932), 147 pl. xiv [2-3] El-aAmarna. Smaller Tle. iv.197 Fragments of sculpture (2 = torso of A, IV in Brussels, Muses Royaux dArt et dHistoire, E.6730). Pendlebury in JEA xviii (1932), 144 pl. xiv [4] El-aAmarna. Palace of Nefertiti (?) iv.193 Upper part inlaid vase of Amenophis IV and Queen, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 57204. Pendlebury in JEA xviii (1932), 145 pl. xiv [5] El-aAmarna. Town. House U.243. iv.200 Bronze cup with name of Iuaa. Pendlebury in JEA xviii (1932), pl. xiv [6] El-aAmarna. Private Palace. iv.199 Trial piece, Princesss head, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 32.5.1.
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92 see Pendlebury in JEA xviii (1932), 145 El-aAmarna. Town. North part. iv.200 Short account. Pendlebury in JEA xviii (1932), 147 pl. xvi [left] El-aAmarna. Private palace. iv.199 Plan. Pendlebury in JEA xviii (1932), pl. xvi [middle] El-aAmarna. Smaller Temple. iv.197 Plan. Pendlebury in JEA xviii (1932), pl. xvi [right] El-aAmarna. Smaller Temple. Magazines etc. iv.197 Plan. Pendlebury in JEA xviii (1932), 145-6 pl. xvii El-aAmarna. Smaller Temple iv.197 Views. Pendlebury in JEA xviii (1932), 147 pl. xviii [1] (=C. of. A. iii, lxxvi [1, 2] El-aAmarna. Smaller Temple. Magazines etc. iv.197 Fragments of faience statuette of Asiatic, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 57205 a, b. Pendlebury in JEA xviii (1932), 147 pl. xviii [2-4] El-aAmarna. Smaller Temple. iv.197 Fragments of sculpture. Pendlebury in JEA xviii (1932), 147 pl. xix [1] (=C. of A. iii. lxxiv [11]) El-aAmarna. Smaller Temple. iv.197 Fragments of sculpture, head of princess, in San Diego CA, Museum of Art. Pendlebury in JEA xviii (1932), 148 pl. xix [2] (=C. of A. iii lxxiv [7] El-aAmarna. Private Palace. Royal Store-Rooms (P.42.2) iv.199
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93 Trial-piece, relief, head of Smenkhkare (?), in London, British Museum. Pendlebury in JEA xviii (1932), 148 pl. xix [3] (=C. of A. iii lxxiv [8] El-aAmarna. Private Palace. Royal Store-Rooms (P.42.2) iv.199 Alabaster jar of Hatshepsut, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 57203. . Piankoff in JEA xviii (1932), 155-8 fig. on 156 Gza. Great Sphinx. iii2.37 Stela of Ramesses II, in Paris, Muse du Louvre, B19. Seton Lloyd in JEA xix (1933),1-7 pls. i-iv El-aAmarna. Omit. Model of house. Gardiner in JEA xix (1933), 29 fig. 1 pls. v-vii, cf. 19-30 El-Dkhla Oasis. Mut Temple. vii.296 Stela of year 5 of Sesonchis, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1894.107. see Moss in JEA xix (1933), 33 Asyt. Hepdjefa III. . iv.264 Short description. Newberry in JEA xix (1933), 53-4 pl. x [1] Elephantine. Ram Cemetery. v.229A Statue of Nehi, temp. Tuthmosis III, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 39749. . Shorter, A. W. in JEA xix (1933), 60-1 fig. 1 803-044-470 Right part of a stela of Sethos I, with nine lines of text mentioning war against Asiatics and reestablishment of a festival in Thebes, sandstone, temp. Sethos I, in London, British Museum, EA 1665. Pendlebury in JEA xix (1933), 117 pl. xiiI (also pl. xviii [3, 4]) El-aAmarna. Town. Houses O.46, 16a and 20. iv.202 Quartzite head of Nefertiti(?), in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 59286. Pendlebury in JEA xix (1933), 113-17 pl. xiii El-aAmarna. Gt. Temple.
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94 iv.195 Plan. Pendlebury in JEA xix (1933), 113-17 pl. xiv El-aAmarna. Gt. Temple. iv.195 Views. Pendlebury in JEA xix (1933), 116 pl. xv [1] (=C. of. A. iii, lix [1]) El-aAmarna. Gt. Temple. iv.195 Trial pieces with royal heads, one with two heads of King, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 59294. Pendlebury in JEA xix (1933), 116 pl. xv [2] (id.ib. lix [2-3]) El-aAmarna. Gt. Temple. iv.195 Trial pieces with royal heads, one with head of Nefertiti, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 59296. Pendlebury in JEA xix (1933), 116 pl. xv [3] (id. ib. lix [4]) El-aAmarna. Gt. Temple. iv.195 Trial pieces with royal heads, one with head of Nefertiti, in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 33.686. Pendlebury in JEA xix (1933), 117 pl. xv- [4] El-aAmarna. Town. Houses O.46, 16a and 20. iv.202 Plaster head of Nefertiti (?), in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 59288. Pendlebury in JEA xix (1933), 116 pl. xvi [1] (=C. of A. iii, lvii [4]) El-aAmarna. Gt. Temple. iv.195 Limestone head of king for inlay, in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 33.685. Pendlebury in JEA xix (1933),118 pl. xvi [2] El-aAmarna. Houses O.46, 16a and 20 iv.202 Quartzite head for inlay, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 59287. Pendlebury in JEA xix (1933), 118 pl. xvi [3] El-aAmarna. Houses O.46, 16a and 20 iv.202 Three small reliefs.
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95 Pendlebury in JEA xix (1933), 117 pl. xvi [4] (=C. of A. iii, lxxvii [1] El-aAmarna. Gt. Tle. Magazines. iv.197 Bronze weight in shape of calf, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum Pendlebury in JEA xix (1933), 117-118 pls. xvii, xviii [1, 2] El-aAmarna. Houses O.46, 16a, 20. iv.202 Group of ape and scribe, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 59291. Pendlebury in JEA xix (1933), 117 pl. xviii [3, 4] (also pl. xii) El-aAmarna. Houses O.46, 16a, 20. iv.202 Head of princess (quartzite), in Cairo, Egyptian Museum. Pendlebury in JEA xix (1933), 118 pl. xix [1, 2] El-aAmarna. Houses O.46, 16a, 20. iv.202 Plaster head of Amenophis IV, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 59289. Pendlebury in JEA xix (1933), 116 pl. xix [3] El-aAmarna. Gt. Temple. iv.195 Part of limestone head of Amenophis IV. Pendlebury in JEA xix (1933), 116 pl. xix [4] (=C. of A. iii lxiv [3]) El-aAmarna. Gt. Temple. iv.197 Death mask Amenophis IV, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 753. Peet in JEA xix (1933), 143-9 fig. 1 Thebes. Misc. Various. i2.845 Scarf with text of year 2 of Ramesses III, in Liverpool, City Museum, M.11156. see Smith, W.S. in JEA xix (1933), 150 Gza. G 7430 and 7440 Minkhaef. iii2.195 Titles. see Smith, W.S. in JEA xix (1933), 152 Gza. Shaft G 7410B. iii2.194 Sarcophagus of Meresankh [II], in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 27.441.
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96 see Smith, W.S. in JEA xix (1933), 154 Gza. G 2352, Hagi. iii2.84 Stela of Setju with list of linen, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 13.4341. Smith in JEA xix (1933), 155-6 fig. 1 Gza. G 7130 and 7140, Khufukhaef. iii2.189(5) (5)Two men holding garment from bottom register. Smith in JEA xix (1933), 155-6 fig. 2 Gza. G 7130 and 7140, Khufukhaef. iii2.189(9) (9)Two men holding garment from bottom at III. Smith, W.S. in JEA xix (1933), 150-9 pls. xxi-iv Gza G 7430 and 7440 Minkhaef. iii2.195 Red granite sarcophagus, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 48852. Smith in JEA xix (1933), 156 fig. 3 Gza. G 7650, Akhtihotp and wife Mertiotes. . iii2.201(8) Two men holding garment, top register of North wall. Wainwright in JEA xix (1933), 160-1 fig. 1 (from Bittel & Roeder) Ashmnein. Pylon of Amenemhet II. South Face. . iv.168A West jamb. King offers to ram-headed god. Fairman in JEA xx (1934), 1-4 pls. i, ii Karnak. Cachette. ii2.156 Statue of Ahmosi, Ptolemaic, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 37075. . Shorter in JEA xx (1934), 18-19 pl. iii 8 Block with coronation scenes of Ramesses II, probably from a naos, formerly in Bath Literary and Scientific Institution, now in Bristol, City of Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, H.5077-8. Berger in JEA xx (1934), 54 pl. x [1] Thebes. TT 57, Khaemhet. i2.116 (13) Deceased and agricultural scene, measuring crops.
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97 Berger in JEA xx (1934), 54-5 pl. x [2] Thebes. Miscellaneous. Reliefs. i2.818 Wall-painting horse, chariot etc. in agricultural scene, Dyn. XVIII, in London, British Museum, EA 37982. Berger in JEA xx (1934), 55-6 pl. x [3] Thebes. TT 38, Djeserkarasonb. i2.69(3) Measuring crop from top register. Berger in JEA xx (1934), 54 pl. x [4] Thebes. TT 69, Menna. i2.135(2) Part of top register, measuring field. Pendlebury in JEA xx (1934), 129-33 pls. xiv [lower], xv, xvi, xvii [2] El-aAmarna. Gt. Temple. iv.195A Views, reconstruction, plans. Pendlebury in JEA xx (1934), 133-6 pl. xvii [1] El-aAmarna. Town. Temple Area. iv.201A Description and view of Police Barracks. Pendlebury in JEA xx (1934), 135 pl. xviii [1](=C. of A. iii, lxxvii [3]) El-aAmarna. Private Palace, etc. Clerks Houses. iv.199A Box-lid Amenophis III with cattle in marshes, in Cambridge, University Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology. Pendlebury in JEA xx (1934),133 pl. xviii [4] (=C. of A. iii, lix [6-8]) El-aAmarna. Gt. Temple. iv.195A Quarzite head, Smenkhkare or Tutankhamun, in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 34.6042. Pendlebury in JEA xx (1934), 133 pl. xviii [5] (=C. of A. iii, pl. lxxi [1]) El-aAmarna. Town. Temple area. Finds. iv.201A Trial-piece, mans head in relief, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum. Faulkner in JEA xx (1934), 154-6 pl. xix Ashmnein. Finds.
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98 iv.168A Statue of Nakht, temp. Amenophis II, in Tanos shop in Cairo in 1933. Piankoff and Clre in JEA xx (1934), 157-169 pls. xx, xxi 8 Bowl with letter to the dead, 1st Int. Period, in Paris, Muse du Louvre, E.6134. see Dawson in JEA xx (1934), 175 Thebes. Miscellaneous. Coffins. Location Unknown. i2.835 Wooden sarcophagus and two coffins of Ir, Saite, formerly Amherst colln. 352. Engelbach in JEA xx (1934), 183-4 pl. xxiv Hierakonpolis. Temple Enclosure. Finds. v.196 Foundation scene from jamb of Khasekhemui, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 57107-8 (=JE 33896). Davies in JEA xx (1934), 189-92 pl. xxv Thebes. TT 85, Amenemhab i2.172(17) I-III, Syrians, including group of donkeys at right end of I. Blackman in JEA xxi (1935), 1-9 pl. i Abydos. Misc. v.96 Stela of Senusert-nebpu, temp. Amenemhet III, in London, British Museum, EA 101. . Weill in JEA xxi (1935), 15 cf. 14-15 pl. ii Tanis. Gt. Tle. iv.18A (nr. bottom) Statue of Sesostris I, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 37482. see Pendlebury in JEA xxi (1935), 129-30 El-aAmarna. Royal Tomb. iv.235-236A Short account of present condition. Pendlebury in JEA xxi (1935), pl. viii [1] (=C. of A., lxxii [1]) El-aAmarna. Gt. Official Palace. Finds. iv.198A Faience plaque from Gt. Pillared Hall, in Brussels, Muses Royaux dArt et dHistoire, E.7209. Pendlebury in JEA xxi (1935), pl. viii [2] El-aAmarna. Gt. Official Palace. Finds.
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99 Omit. Fish, gold plate, probably from harem. Pendlebury in JEA xxi (1935), pl. viii [3] (= City of Akhenaten iii, pl. lxxii [9, 86]) El-aAmarna. Gt. Official Palace. Finds. iv.198A Faience plaques, with bird, from N. part, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum. Pendlebury in JEA xxi (1935), pl. viii [4] (= City of Akhenaten iii, pl. lxv [8]) El-aAmarna. Gt. Official Palace. Finds. iv.198A Trial-piece, two heads, from Gt. Off. Palace Weben-aten, in Brussels, Muses Royaux dArt et dHistoire E.7232. Pendlebury in JEA xxi (1935), pl. viii [5] (= City of Akhenaten iii, lxv [10]) El-aAmarna. Gt. Official Palace. Finds. iv.198A Fragment of column, from Gt. Off. Palace Weben-aten, in Brooklyn NY, Broklyn Museum of Art, 35.2000. Pendlebury in JEA xxi (1935), pl. viii [6] (= City of Akhenaten iii, pl. lxvi [9]) El-aAmarna. Gt. Official Palace. Finds. iv.198A Relief, heads of foreigner, from Great Official Palace Weben-aten, in Brooklyn Museum, 35.2003. Pendlebury in JEA xxi (1935), pl. xii [1] (= City of Akhenaten iii, pl. lxvii [1]) El-aAmarna. Gt. Official Palace. Finds. iv.197A Relief, Kings head, Smenkhkare(?), from a column, in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 35.1999. . Pendlebury in JEA xxi (1935), pl. xii [2] (= City of Akhenaten iii, lxvi [4]) El-aAmarna. Gt. Official Palace. Finds. iv.197A Relief, head of princess, from Weben-aten, in London, British Museum. Pendlebury in JEA xxi (1935), pl. xii [3] (= City of Akhenaten iii, lxv [1-3]) El-aAmarna. Gt. Official Palace. Finds. iv.198A Head of King, black granite, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 64961. Pendlebury in JEA xxi (1935), pl. xii [4 right] (= City of Akhenaten iii, lxvi [6]) El-aAmarna. Gt. Official Palace. Finds. iv.197A
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100 Reliefs, heads, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 36.94. Pendlebury in JEA xxi (1935), pl. xii [4 left] (= City of Akhenaten iii, lxvi [6]) El-aAmarna. Gt. Official Palace. Finds. iv.197A Reliefs, heads, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1935.598. Pendlebury in JEA xxi (1935), 129-35 pls. ix-xi El-Amrna. Great Palace. iv.197-198A Views, plan, description and reconstruction. see Fairman in JEA xxi (1935), 136-9 El-aAmarna. Gt. Official Palace. iv.197A Account. Dunham, D. in JEA xxi (1935), 147-8 [1] pl. xvii [1] 803-055-041 Fragment of upper part of a round-topped stela, Paser, Governor of the Town, Vizier (TT 106) and [a Foreman in the Place of Truth] (only arms preserved, name lost) before seated Ramesses II and Hathor, temp. Ramesses II, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 09.287. (Bought in Luxor.) Dunham in JEA xxi (1935), 148-9 pl. xvii [2] Saqqra. Around Teti Pyramid. Firth Excavations. New Kingdom Finds. . iii2.572 Stela of Ptah-sety, late Dyn. XVIII or Dyn. XIX, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 25.635. . Dunham in JEA xxi (1935), 149-50 pl. xviii Saqqra. Around Teti Pyramid. Firth Excavations. New Kingdom Finds. . iii2.573 Blocks from tomb wall, Wenefdjedsen, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 24.981. Dunham in JEA xxi (1935), 150-1 pl. xix Mt Rahna. Ptah Enclosure. Found near South Gate. iii2.838 Block statue, sandstone, of Nezem, temp. Ramesses II, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 29.730. Wijngaarden in JEA xxii (1936), 1-2 pl. i 8 Kohl-tube of Ankhesenamun and throw-stick etc. of Tutankhamun, in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Inv. AD.24 and Inv. AD.19. see Kirwan in JEA xxii (1936), 101-2
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101 aAmara (East Bank) Temple. vii.157 Description. JEA xxii (1936), 115-120 pls. v-vii Omit. (Langton, cat amulets.) Pendlebury in JEA xxii (1936), 194-8 pls. xvii-xix (=City of Ahhenaten, III, pl. lxx [11] El-aAmarna. Gt. Official Palace. iv.197-198A Plans, views, and description. see Pendlebury in JEA xxii (1936), 197 El-aAmarna. Gt. Official Palace. iv.197-198A Block, princess prostrating herself, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1936.655. Pendlebury in JEA xxii (1936), pl. xx [1] (=C. of A. lxxii [8]) El-aAmarna. Gt. Official Palace. Finds. Omit. Inlays, from small harem. Pendlebury in JEA xxii (1936), pl. xx [2] (=C. of A. lxv [6]) El-aAmarna. Gt. Official Palace. Finds. iv.198A Trial-piece, captive, from Weben-aten, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum. Pendlebury in JEA xxii (1936), pl. xx [3] (id. ib. lxviii [7]) El-aAmarna. Gt. Official Palace. Finds. iv.198A Relief, plant, from Broad Hall, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum. Pendlebury in JEA xxii (1936), pl. xx [4] [= id. ib. xli [2, 3] El-aAmarna. Gt. Official Palace. Finds. iv.198A Sandstone block, king as sphinx on both sides, from S. part, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 65926. Pendlebury in JEA xxii (1936), pl. xx [5] (= C. of A. lxiv [1-2]) El-aAmarna. Gt. Official Palace. Buildings near Palace. iv.198A Unfinished head of king, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum. Pendlebury in JEA xxii, pl. xx [6] (= C. of A. lxiv [4-6])
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102 El-aAmarna. Gt. Official Palace. Buildings near Palace. iv.198A Offering-table from statue of Amenophis III, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 65966. see Kirwan in JEA xxii (1936), 199-211 Kawa. vii.181 Description. see Kirwan in JEA xxii (1936), 200 Kawa. vii.181 Plan of site. see Kirwan in JEA xxii (1936), 205 Kawa. Earlier Tle. vii.191 Fragment of base of red granite ram or lion, in Khartum, Sudan National Museum, 5690. Kirwan in JEA xxii (1936), 205-6 fig. 3 pl. xxi [2] Kawa. Earlier Tle. vii.191 View showing foundations of pylon and wall below Tle. T. Kirwan in JEA xxii (1936), 208 pl. xxii [1-3] Kawa. Finds. vii.184 Head of youth, in Khartum, Sudan National Museum, 2916. Kirwan in JEA xxii (1936), 208 pl. xxiii Kawa. Miscellaneous. vii.192 Headless statue of Deputy of Kush, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1932.1298. see Kirwan in JEA xxii (1936), 210 Kawa. Hypostyle. vii. 188(39) Shrine of Taharqa, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1936.661. see Kirwan in JEA xxii (1936), 210 Kawa. Hypostyle. vii.188(40) Wall of Aspelta, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1936.662.

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103 Miller in JEA xxiii (1937), 1-6 pls. i-iii Abydos Site. Osiris Temple. v.45A Stela of Sisopt-Iyenhab, Dyn. XII, in Pennsylvania PA, University Museum, E.16012. . Smith in JEA xxiii (1937), 19-21, 23-5 fig. 1, pl. iv, cf. vi [2], vii Maidm. Tomb of Itet. iv.93-94A Reconstruction of scene from north wall of Passage, netting fowl, ploughing, and geese. Smith in JEA xxiii (1937), 21-2 fig. 3 pls. v, vi [1] Maidm. Tomb of Itet. iv.93-94 Fragments of hunting scenes from south wall of Passage, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1891-582 [=v[1]], London, Petrie Museum, 16057-60 [=v [2-5]], and London, Victoria and Albert Museum [=v [6]]. Smith in JEA xxiii (1937), pl. vi [2] Maidm. Tomb of Itet. iv.93A Passage N. Wall. Fragment of text, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 1743. Smith in JEA xxiii (1937), 17-18 pl. vi [3] Maidm. Tomb of Nefermaet. iv.93A Fragment with painted hieroglyphs, in Pennsylvania PA, University Museum, E.641. JEA xxiii (1937), pl. vii, see pl. iv Smith in JEA xxiii (1937), 25-6 figs. 4, 5 Maidm. iv.93-4A Fragments from tomb of Itet. see Macadam in JEA xxiii (1937), 120 Kawa. Miscellaneous. vii.192 Bronze top of flag-pole, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1936.438. see Blackman in JEA xxiii (1937), 147 Sesebi . South Tle. Sanctuary. vii.173 Stand for bark with prenomen of Ramesses II, etc.

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104 Blackman in JEA xxiii (1937), 145-151 pl. xii Sesebi. Town Enclosure. vii.173 Relief, Nubian heads from Tle. Amenophis IV, in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 37.413. Blackman in JEA xxiii (1937), 145-151 pl. xiii Sesebi. Town Enclosure. vii.172 Plan. Blackman in JEA xxiii (1937), 145-151 on pl. xiii Sesebi. Town Enclosure. vii.173 Plan Aten Tle. Blackman in JEA xxiii (1937), 145-151 pl. xiv Sesebi. Town Enclosure. vii.172 Plan three temples, Amenophis IV and Sethos I. Blackman in JEA xxiii (1937), 145-151 pl. xv [1, 4] Sesebi. Town Enclosure. Omit. Views of the town. Blackman in JEA xxiii (1937), 145-151 pl. xv [2] Sesebi. Town Enclosure. vii.172 Views, Temple Amenophis IV and Sethos I. Blackman in JEA xxiii (1937), 145-151 pl. xv [3] Sesebi. Town Enclosure. vii.172 Views, Central Tle. Amenophis IV and Sethos I. see Blackman in JEA xxiii (1937), 148-9 Sesebi. Town Enclosure. vii.173 Description of crypt of Central Tle. see Blackman in JEA xxiii (1937), 145-151 Sesebi. Town Enclosure. vii.172 Description.
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105 see Blackman in JEA xxiii (1937), 146-7, 148-9 Sesebi. Town Enclosure. vii.172 Triple Tle. Description. Blackman in JEA xxiii (1937), pl. xvi [1] Sesebi. Town Enclosure and Cemetery vii.173 Head, possibly Hatshepsut, found in temples, in Stockholm, Medelhavsmuseet, MM 11423. . Blackman in JEA xxiii (1937), pl. xvi [3] Sesebi. Town Enclosure and Cemetery vii.173 View of Sun Temple (?) Blackman in JEA xxiii (1937), pl. xvii, xviii [1] Sesebi. Town Enclosure and Cemetery vii.172 Foundation-deposits from Tle. Amenophis IV. Blackman in JEA xxiii, pl. xviii [2] Sesebi. Town Enclosure and Cemetery Omit. Scarabs from Cemetery, New Kingdom Blackman in JEA xxiii (1937), pl. xviii [4] Sesebi. Town Enclosure and Cemetery vii.173 Relief, Seshet with palm branches from Tle., in Paris, Muse du Louvre, E.15595. Blackman in JEA xxiii (1937), pl. xix Sesebi. Town Enclosure and Cemetery Omit. Plan of houses. de Cosson in JEA xxiii (1937), 227-8 pl. xxiv [1,2] Oasis of aArg. Necropolis. Tomb 15. vii.316 Sketches of gods. de Cosson in JEA xxiii (1937), 227-8 pl. xxiv [3, 4] Oasis of aArg. Necropolis. Tomb 15. vii.316 Views.
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106 Edwards, I. E. S. in JEA xxiii (1937), 165 pl. xx 803-030-285 Fragment of stela with woman Iput applying make-up, 2nd half of Dyn. XI, in London, British Museum, EA 1658. Dunham in JEA 24 (1938), 1-3 pls. i [1], ii Gza. G 2381, Meryre-meryptahankh. iii2.90(1) Biographical inscription of Nekhebu, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 13.4331. see Dunham in JEA 24 (1938), 1, 3-6 Gza. G 2381, Meryre-meryptahankh. iii2.90(1) Biographical inscription of Nekhebu, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 44608, and fragment found in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts (returned to Cairo). Dunham in JEA 24 (1938), 6 [A] Gza. G 2381, Meryre-meryptahankh. Blocks of Nekhebu, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts. iii2.90-1 Standing figures of deceased, No. 13.4335. Dunham in JEA 24 (1938), 7 [B, C] Gza. G 2381, Meryre-meryptahankh. Blocks of Nekhebu, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts. iii2.90-1 Jambs with titles of deceased, No. 13.4348-9. Dunham in JEA 24 (1938), 7 [D] Gza. G 2381, Meryre-meryptahankh. Blocks of Nekhebu, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts. iii2.90-1 Block with head of deceased, No. 13.4351. Dunham in JEA 24 (1938), 7 [middle] Gza. G 2381, Meryre-meryptahankh. Blocks of Nekhebu, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts. iii2.90-1 Block deceased spearing fish, No. 13.4332. Dunham in JEA 24 (1938), 7 [middle] Gza. G 2381, Meryre-meryptahankh. Blocks of Nekhebu, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts. iii2.90-1 Block, head of Pepy-meryptahankh, No. 13.4346b. Hayes in JEA 24 (1938), 9-10[A] pl. i [2] Saqqra. Tbs. position unknown. N. K. Amenhotep Huy. . iii2.703
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107 Alabaster palette (c), in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 37.2.1. see Hayes in JEA 24 (1938), 10 [B] ,16-24 Saqqra. Tbs. position unknown. Amenhotep Huy. . iii2.702-703 Palette, in Paris, Muse du Louvre, AF.483. see Hayes in JEA 24 (1938), 10 [C], 16-24 Saqqra. Tbs. position unknown. Amenhotep Huy. . iii2.702-703 Palette, in Florence, Museo Archeologico, No. 3080. see Hayes in JEA 24 (1938), 10-11 [D], 16-24 Saqqra. Tbs. position unknown. Amenhotep Huy. . iii2.702-703 Cubit rod, model, in Florence, Museo Archeologico, No. 3078. see Hayes in JEA 24 (1938), 11 [E]16-24 Saqqra. Tbs. position unknown. Amenhotep Huy. . iii2.702-703 Stela, in Florence, Museo Archeologico, No. 2567. see Hayes in JEA 24 (1938), 11 [F], 16-24 Saqqra. Tbs. position unknown. Amenhotep Huy. . iii2.702-703 Pyramidion, in Florence, Museo Archeologico, No. 2610. see Hayes in JEA 24 (1938), 11 [G, H], 16-24 Saqqra. Tbs. position unknown. Amenhotep Huy. . iii2.702-703 Alabaster jars, in Florence, Museo Archeologico, Nos. 2338-9. see Hayes in JEA 24 (1938), 11 [L], 16-24 Saqqra. Tbs. position unknown. Amenhotep Huy. . iii2.702-703 Red granite pyramidion, in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Inv. AM.6. see Hayes in JEA 24 (1938), 11 [M], 16-24 Saqqra. Tbs. position unknown. Amenhotep Huy. . iii2.702-703 Canopic chest, in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Inv. AM.2. see Hayes in JEA 24 (1938), 12 [N], 16-24 Saqqra. Tbs. position unknown. Amenhotep Huy. .
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108 iii2.702-703 Leg of stool, in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Inv. AH.126. see Hayes in JEA 24 (1938), 12 [P], 18-19, 20-21 Mt Rahna. Ptah Enclosure. Enclosure Wall. N. Gate. . iii2.836 Quartzite scribe statue (headless) of Amenhotp, temp. Amenophis III, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, . 1913.163. see Hayes in JEA 24 (1938), 12 [Q], 19 Abydos Site. Osiris Temple. v.43A Statue of Amenhotp, Dyn. XVIII, in London, British Museum, EA 632. . see Hayes in JEA 24 (1938), 24 note 4 Saqqra. Tombs position unknown. Ipy. . iii2.704 Fan-bearer on the right of the King, etc. son of Amenhotp (Huy) Dyn. XVIII, stela, in St Petersburg, . . Hermitage Museum, 1072. Nina Davies in JEA 24 (1938), 27 fig. 1 cf. 36 Thebes. TT 82, Amenemhet. . i2.165(10) Representation of tomb from II. Nina Davies in JEA 24 (1938), 27 fig. 2 cf. 36 Thebes. TT 181, Nebamun and Ipuky. i2.288(5) Tomb from scene before mummies. Nina Davies in JEA 24 (1938), 27 fig. 3, cf. 36 Thebes. TT 55, Ramosi. i2.108(5) Tomb [w. mummies in front] in 2nd register. Nina Davies in JEA 24 (1938), 27 fig. 4 cf. 36 Thebes. TT 49, Neferhotep. . i2.92(8) Tomb from top register. Nina Davies in JEA 24 (1938), 28 fig. 5 cf. 36 Thebes. TT 19. i2.34(7) Tomb from lower register.
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109 Nina Davies in JEA 24 (1938), 28 fig. 6 cf. 36 Thebes. TT 19. i2.34(4) Stela and tomb from bottom register. Nina Davies in JEA 24 (1938), 28 fig. 7 cf. 36-7 Thebes. TT 41, Amenemopet. i2.79(14) Deceased and western goddess before tomb from 3rd register at (4). Nina Davies in JEA 24 (1938), 29 fig. 8 cf. 37 Thebes. TT 178, Neferronpet. i2.284(5)-(7) Pyramidal tomb with stela. Nina Davies in JEA 24 (1938), 30 fig. 9 cf. 37 Thebes. TT 106, Paser. i2.223 Pyramidal tomb with Anubis tending mummy on Pillar F(c). Nina Davies in JEA 24 (1938), 31 fig. 10 cf. 37 Thebes. TT 341, Nekhtamun. i2.408(2)-(4) Mummy, stela and pyramidal tomb. Nina Davies in JEA 24 (1938), 31 fig. 11 cf. 37 Thebes. TT 31, Khons. i2.48(7) Tomb and stela. Nina Davies in JEA 24 (1938), 31 fig. 12 cf. 37 Thebes. TT 138, Nedjemger. i2.252(1)-(3) Tomb from 2nd register. Nina Davies in JEA 24 (1938), 32 fig. 13 cf. 38 Thebes. TT 23, Tjay. i2.40(31)-(32) Pavilion. Nina Davies in JEA 24 (1938), 32 fig. 14 cf. 38 Thebes. TT 159, Raya. i2.271(2) Tomb with mountain.
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110 Nina Davies in JEA 24 (1938), 32 fig. 15 cf. 38 Thebes. TT 158, Tjanufer. i2.270(8) Pyramidal tomb with columns. Nina Davies in JEA 24 (1938), 33 fig. 16 cf. 38 Thebes. TT 259, Hori. . i2.343(2) Pyramidal tomb and stela. Nina Davies in JEA 24 (1938), 33 fig. 17 cf. 38-9 Thebes. TT 296, Nefersekheru. i2.378(5) Lower register Pyramidal tomb with bouquet. Nina Davies in JEA 24 (1938), 33 fig. 18 cf. 39 Thebes. TT 233, Saroy. i2.329(1) Pyramidal tomb from scene with Western goddess. Nina Davies in JEA 24 (1938), 34 fig. 19 cf. 39 Thebes. TT 335, Nekhtamun. i2.402(6) Mummy in front of pyramidal tomb. Nina Davies in JEA 24 (1938), 34 fig. 20 cf. 39 Thebes. TT 250, Ramosi. i2.336(6) Tomb from 3rd register. Nina Davies in JEA 24 (1938), 34 fig. 21 cf. 39 Thebes. TT 277, Amenemonet. i2.354(2)-(3) Stela and pyramidal tomb in II. Nina Davies in JEA 24 (1938), 35 fig. 22 cf. 39 Thebes. TT 44, Amenemhab. . i2.84(7) Pyramidal tomb. Nina Davies in JEA 24 (1938), 35 fig. 23 cf. 39-40 Thebes. TT 255, Roy. i2.340(2) Tomb with stela.
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111 Nina Davies in JEA 24 (1938), 35 fig. 24 cf. 40 Thebes. TT 14, Huy. i2.26(3) Scene. Female mourner with boat below, before pyramidal tomb. Steindorff in JEA 24 (1938), 147-50 w. figs. 1-4 pl. vii Gebel Barkal. Miscellaneous. vii.223 Omphalos or small shrine possibly Amanikhabale, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 21.3234. Fairman in JEA 24 (1938), 151-4 pl. viii Sesebi. Town. vii.172 Plan of Town Enclosure. Fairman in JEA 24 (1938), 151-4 on pl. viii Sesebi. Town. vii.173 Plan of Aten temple. Fairman in JEA 24 (1938), 151-4 pl. x[1] Sesebi. Town. vii.173 Relief, princess, temp. Amenophis IV, in Khartm Museum, 3266. see Fairman in JEA 24 (1938), 154 Sesebi. Temple. Sanctuary vii.173 Block from doorway, in Paris, Muse du Louvre, E.15661. see Fairman in JEA 24 (1938), 152 Sesebi. Aten Temple. vii.174 Sandstone funerary bust, in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 38.545. see Fairman in JEA 24 (1938), 152 Sesebi. Aten Temple. vii.174 Three small stelae, one in Cambridge, University Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, 38.770. see Fairman in JEA 24 (1938), 152 Sesebi. Aten Temple. vii.174 Two small stelae, in St. Paul MN, The Science Museum of Minnesota.
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112 see Fairman in JEA 24 (1938), 153 Sesebi. Town Enclosure. vii.172 Foundation deposit, in Khartm Museum, 3316-27. see Fairman in JEA 24 (1938), 153 Sesebi. Aten Temple. Finds. vii.174 Block of Sethos I. see Fairman in JEA 24 (1938), 154-6 aAmra. Temple on West Bank. vii.159 Description. Fairman in JEA 24 (1938), 154-6 pl. x [4] aAmra. Temple on West Bank. vii.159 View of Gate. Fairman in JEA 24 (1938), 154-6 pl. xi [1] aAmra. Temple on West Bank. vii.159 View of Small Chapel. Fairman in JEA 24 (1938), 154-6 pl. xi [3] aAmra. Temple on West Bank. vii.162 Stela of Hori with legal text, from Sanctuary, in Khartm Museum, 3279. . see Gardiner in JEA 24 (1938), 177 Thebes. Ramesseum. Astronomical Room. ii2.439 As perhaps Library. Newberry in JEA 24 (1938), 182-3 fig. 1 Aswn. Tomb of Khui. v.235(2)A Text of Khnemhotep. Newberry in JEA 24 (1938), 183 fig. 2 Wdi Hammmt. Wdi Fawkhr. vii.330 Texts of Tjeti and others, temp. Pepy I.
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113 see Newberry in JEA 24 (1938), 184 Wdi Hammmt. Wdi Fawkhr. vii.329 Text of Meryptah-ankh-meryre, temp. Pepy I. Dakin in JEA 24 (1938), 190-7 pls. xii, xiii [1] Beit Dwd Sahl. v.37A Stela of Sire, Dyn. XII, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, E.3921. see Clre in JEA 24 (1938), 242 Palestine. Miscellaneous. vii.382 Stela of Nesumontu, Dyn. XII, in Paris, Muse du Louvre, C 1. Miller in JEA 25 (1939), 1-7 pls. i-iii Ihnsya el-Medina. iv.118A Statue usurped by Ramesses II from a Middle Kingdom king, in Philadelphia PA, The University Museum. see Miller in JEA 25 (1939), 7 Argo. Omit. Statue of Sebekhotep IV (Khaneferre), in Merowe Museum, 46. . see Bennett in JEA 25 (1939), 8-15 Karnak. Hypostyle. Finds. ii2.53 Stela of Tutankhamun, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 34183. Steindorff, G. in JEA 25 (1939), 30-3 pl. vii 801-410-521 Male statue, feet lost, serpentine, probably temp. Amenemhet III, with text of Pedesi, Messenger to Canaan and Palestine, son of Apy, Dyn. XXII or XXVI, in Baltimore MD, Walters Art Gallery, 22.203. (Said to have been found in the Delta in 1894.) Murray in JEA 25 (1939), 38 pl. viii Road from Qena. Myos Harmos. Gebel el-Dukhn. Omit. Map showing position of temple. see Fairman in JEA 25 (1939), 143 aAmra. Temple on West Bank.
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114 vii.161 Stela of Hori II, year 11 of Ramesses III, in London, British Museum, EA 1784. . Fairman in JEA 25 (1939), 139-44 aAmra. Temple on West Bank. vii.159 Description. Fairman in JEA 25 (1939), 139-44 pl. xiii aAmra. Temple on West Bank. vii.159 Plan. Fairman in JEA 25 (1939), 139-44 pl. xiv [1, 3] aAmra. Temple on West Bank. vii.161 Views of Hypostyle. Fairman in JEA 25 (1939), 139-44 pl. xiv [2] aAmra. Temple on West Bank. vii.161 Jambs of Entrance to Hypostyle. Fairman in JEA 25 (1939), 139-44 pl. xiv [4] aAmra. Temple on West Bank. vii.161 List of Syrian towns from base of Hypostyle. Fairman in JEA 25 (1939), 139-44 pl. xv [1] aAmra. Temple on West Bank. Omit. View of Sanctuary. Fairman in JEA 25 (1939), 139-44 pl. xv [3] aAmra. Temple on West Bank. vii.162 Column in Hypostyle. Fairman in JEA 25 (1939), 139-44 pl. xv [2, 4] aAmra. Temple on West Bank. vii.162 Stela, year 5 of Ramesses III, and fragmentary hieratic stela, year 3.

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115 Fairman in JEA 25 (1939), 139-44 pl. xvi [1] aAmra. Temple on West Bank. vii.159 Stela of Amenophis II, set up by Hori. Fairman in JEA 25 (1939), 139-44 pl. xvi [2] aAmra. Temple on West Bank. vii.159 Stela of Ramesses II giving name of town. see Fairman in JEA 25 (1939), 143 aAmra. Temple on West Bank. vii.161 Jamb of Wentawat, son of Naherhu. Fairman in JEA 25 (1939), 142 note 1 Island of Sai. Miscellaneous. vii.165 Fragments. Sidney Smith in JEA 25 (1939), 145-147 pl. xvii Karnak. Objects in Museums. ii2.288 Colossal statue of Ramesses II, in London, British Museum, EA 61. see Davies & Davies in JEA 25 (1939), 154-6 Thebes. TT 284, Pahemneter i2.366-7(2) & (3) Description. Davies & Davies in JEA 25 (1939), 154-5 pls. xviii, xix [bottom right] Thebes. TT 284, Pahemneter. i2.366(6) Bark of Theban triad, etc.. Davies & Davies in JEA 25 (1939), 155 pl. xix Thebes. TT 284, Pahemneter. i2.366(7) Harvest Festival, etc. Smither, P. C. and Dakin, A. N. in JEA 25 (1939), 157-9 [1] pl. xx [1] 803-037-600 Round-topped stela, Khentekhtaiemhet Hntjj-htjj-m-h3t, Hall-keeper of the chamber of offerings, with . nineteen lines containing a hymn to Osiris, 1st half of Dyn. XIII, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum
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116 (Queens College, 1109). (Probably from Abydos.) Smither, P. C. and Dakin, A. N. in JEA 25 (1939), 159-60 [2] pl. xx [2] 803-030-601 Round-topped stela, offering texts invoking Osiris, Wepwaut and Min-Harnakht on behalf of Ameny, Overseer of the department of the great storehouse, son of Bebi, and Imbu, Overseer of the department of the great storehouse, and in register below, on left, Ameny at table, with son Imbu, Overseer of the department of the presentation of offerings, censing before him, on right, probably Imbu Jmbw at table, with another two registers below, seated Ptahpuwah, Overseer of metalworkers, and two men and five women seated on the ground, Dyn. XIII, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum (Queens College 1111). (Probably from Abydos.) Smither, P. C. and Dakin, A. N. in JEA 25 (1939), 160-3 [3] pl. xxi [3] 803-030-600 Round-topped stela, on left, seated Renso(n)b, Retainer, son of Rediesankh, Herald, and of woman Te(n)tetni, with son Rensonb performing hetep-di-nesu ritual before him, and on right, seated Neferamentet, Scribe of the district, and two registers of relatives below, Dyn. XIII, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum (Queens College 1110). (Probably from Abydos.) Smither, P. C. and Dakin, A. N. in JEA 25 (1939), 163-5 [4] pl. xxi [4] 803-030-602 Round-topped stela, seated Ankhren, Overseer of the house of grain accounts, son of woman Tetiankh, with brother and dedicator of the stela Senebsuema, Supervisor of the police, and his nurse Sithi before him, and address to the living in eleven columns below, Dyn. XIII, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum (Queens College 1113). Smither, P. C. and Dakin, A. N. in JEA 25 (1939), 165 [5] pl. xxi [5] 803-050-279 Round-topped stela, Nebimosi and mother Sen(i)sonb seated, with dedicator of the stela, wife Ahmosi, offering cone of incense and libation, early Dyn. XVIII, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum (Queens College 1112). Clre in JEA 25 (1939), 216 Saqqra. Tomb of Herimeru Merery. . iii2.626 Part of address to visitors. Edwards in JEA 26 (1940), 1-2 pl. i Saqqra. Miscellaneous. . Omit. Block, official and two negroes, <<>>, in N. R. Colville colln. Faulkner in JEA 26 (1940), 3-9 pls. ii-iv Omit.
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117 Models (reconstructions) of Egyptian ships. Scharff in JEA 26 (1940), 41-2 pl. viii [1, 2] (from Engelbach) Saqqra. Mastaba of Renufer. . iii.110-111A Heads of statues, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 18, 19. Scharff in JEA 26 (1940), 46 pl. viii [3] Saqqra. Objects from Tombs. . iii2.728 Statue of Bedjmosi, Dyn. III, in London, British Museum, EA 171. Scharff in JEA 26 (1940), 46 pl. viii [4] Gza. Cemetery G 4000. iii2.123 Statue of Hemyunu, in Hildesheim, Roemer-und Pelizaeus-Museum, 1962. . Scharff in JEA 26 (1940), 47 pl. ix [1] Saqqra. Objects from Tombs. . iii2.723 Statue of Nufer, Dyn. V, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 145. Scharff in JEA 26 (1940), 47 pl. ix [2] Gza. D.61, Irkaptah, Dyn. V-VI. . iii2.113 Statue of Irkaptah, in Hildesheim, Roemer-und Pelizaeus-Museum, 417. . see Scharff in JEA 26 (1940), 48 Saqqra. Miscellaneous. . iii2.728 Statue-group, Mertiotes and Khenu, late Dyn. V, in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Inv. AST.9. Scharff in JEA 26 (1940), 49 pl. ix [3] Gza. Cemetery GIS. LG 55. Niankhre [ II], Dyn. V-VI. iii2.223 Statue of deceased, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 53150. Scharff in JEA 26 (1940), 49 pl. ix [4] Saqqra. Pyramid of Pepy II. Mortuary Temple. . iii2.429 Alabaster statuette of King as child, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 50616. Scharff, A. in JEA 26 (1940), 49 pl. x [1] 801-203-820
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118 Pair statue, man and woman, legs much damaged, right arm of woman lost, wood, Dyn. V-VI, in Paris, Muse National du Louvre, N.2293. Scharff in JEA 26 (1940), 48 pl. x [2] Gza. W. Field, Exact Provenance Unknown. iii2.176 Statue-group of Der-senedj and wife, Dyn. V, in Berlin, gyptisches Museum, 23720. see Scharff in JEA 26 (1940), 48 Gza. Miscellaneous. Statues. iii2.559 Statue-group. Mertiotes and Khenu, Dyn. IV, in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Inv. D.125. Scharff in JEA 26 (1940), 48 pl. x [3] Gza. Central Field. Mastaba of Mersuankh, Dyn. V. iii2.270 Double-statue of deceased, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 66620. Scharff in JEA 26 (1940), 49-50 pl. x [4] Gza. Junker Cemetery (West). Soneb. iii2.102 Statue-group, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 51280. Kirwan in JEA 26 (1940), 83 pl. xvi [a] aAtbara (Upper Nubia) vii.235 Block with remains of scene of Ramesses II with goddess, found in debris near railway. Davies (Nina) in JEA 26 (1940), 82 pl. xvi [b] Thebes. TT 85, Amenemhab. . i2.173(18) Architrave, fight with hyena. Winlock in JEA 26 (1940), 117 pl. xxi Lisht. N. Pyramid of Amenemhet I. Various. . iv.81A Fragment of slate bowl of Mentuhotp (Nebtauire), in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, . 09.180.543. see Winlock in JEA 26 (1940), 117-118 Karnak. 3rd Pylon. Miscellaneous. ii2.74 Block, early Dyn. XVIII, with names of Mentuhotp (Nebhepetre), Mentuhotp (Sankhkare), and a priest, . . . Senusert.
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119 see Winlock in JEA 26 (1940), 119 note 1 Thebes. DAN. Antef Cem. Omit. 8. Magegi, temp. Antef III (Nekht-nebtepnufer), stela in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 14.2.6. Davies & Davies in JEA 26 (1940), 131-136 figs. 1-2 pls. xxii-xxv Thebes. TT 89, Amenmosi. i2.181 Plan, scenes, and description. Dunham in JEA 26 (1940), 138 pl. xxvii Thebes. Miscellaneous. Statues. i2.794 Statue of Amenhotep, Dyn. XVIII, in Providence RI, Rhode Island School of Design, 40.019. see ern in JEA 26 (1940), 162 Thebes. DM. Inside Ptolemaic Encl. Omit. Painted statue of Hathor-cow, etc. see ern in JEA 26 (1940), 161-162 Karnak, and Deir el-Medna Temple. Omit. Notes on excavations in 1939-40 by IFAO at Karnak (Temple of Montu) and Deir el-Medna Temple Votive Chapels. see Smither in JEA 26 (1940), 164 Thebes. TT 383, Merymosi. Omit. Inner sarcophagus, in London, British Museum, EA 1001. Fairman in JEA 26 (1940), 166 [List ix] aAmra. Temple on W. Bank. Hypostyle. vii.161 (29), (30), (31) Some Asiatic name-rings from base. see Fairman in JEA 26 (1940), 166-7 [List ix] Sulb. Temple. Column-bases. . vii.172(23) Review of Simons book on foreign name-rings. see Fairman in JEA 26 (1940), 167 [List xviii] Sesebi. Central Temple. Vestibule.
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120 vii.173 Asiatic name-rings from base. Review of Simons book on foreign name-rings. Gardiner in JEA 27 (1941), 1 pl. i Valley of the Kings. KV 62, Tutankhamun. Omit. Gold dagger, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 61584. Moss, R. in JEA 27 (1941), 9 pl. ii 803-055-520 Round-topped stela, Tunennehebkhons, wab-priest of Amun, Chiseller of the temple of Amun, and wife Henut-taneb, Songstress of Amun, before Osiris foremost of the temple of Abydos, and below, three lines of text with an invocation to various deities, including the great ennead of gods in Kher-aha, Dyn. XIX-XX, formerly in H. O. Cureton colln., now in London, British Museum, EA 700. Moss in JEA 27 (1941), 9 pl. iii [1] Thebes. DM. Miscellaneous. i2.716 Stela of Amennakht before Mertseger, Dyn. XVIII, in London, British Museum, EA 374. Moss, R. in JEA 27 (1941), 10 pl. iii [2] 800-505-900 Seat of statuette of Antef V (Nubkheperre), bound captives and bull in relief on sides, silacious stone, formerly in M. Lavoratori colln. and at Sothebys in 1833, then in J. Lee colln. see Moss in JEA 27 (1941), 10 Thebes. Miscellaneous. Stelae. i2.803 False-door of Kaemmedu, Dyn. VI, formerly in Lord Amherst colln. and United Services Museum, now in Copenhagen, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, .I.N.1549 Moss in JEA 27 (1941),10 Thebes. DM. Misc. Omit. Stela of Sitpaar, in London, British Museum, EA 360. see Moss, R. in JEA 27 (1941), 10 803-050-271 Round-topped stela, three registers, I, Iuny, Chief royal scribe, and wife Ren(n)ut(et) in adoration before seated Osiris and Isis, II, two seated couples with table with offerings between them, Huy, Greatest of the physicians, and wife, and son Khay, Greatest of the physicians of the domain of the Kings wife, and wife, III, on left, Re, Physician of the domain of the Kings wife, with offerings, and on right, Khay adoring and another man bringing offerings, temp. Sethos I, formerly in H. O. Cureton colln., now in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1883.14.
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121 see Moss, R. in JEA 27 (1941), 10-11 803-051-500 Round-topped stela, three registers, I, left, Osiris-Onnophris seated, with Western goddess standing behind him, right, Anubis seated, II, three sons before Menna, Hunter, and wife seated, and a child standing behind them, III (left part effaced), wife and daughter before barque with a shrine containing anthropoid coffin, late Dyn. XVIII or early Dyn. XIX, in J. Lee colln. in the 1830s, present location not known. Faulkner in JEA 27 (1941), 15 pl. iv [6] (from drawing by Mrs Davies) Thebes. TT 74, Tjanuny. i2.145(5) Standard carried by soldier on left in fourth register. Faulkner in JEA 27 (1941), 15 pl. iv [9] Deir el-Bahri. Great Temple. Upper Court. . ii2.358(82) Bark-standard [carried by sailor], from upper row (on a fragment from wall to be replaced later). Faulkner in JEA 27, 15 pl. v [10] Thebes. TT 78, Haremhab. i2.153(4) Boat-standard in I. Faulkner in JEA 27 (1941), 16 pl. v [12] (from drawing by Mrs Davies) Deir el-Bahri. Great Tle. Shrine of Hathor. Hypostyle. . ii2.350(30) Horse-standard (carried by soldiers at bottom). Faulkner in JEA 27 (1941), 16 pl. v [13] Thebes. TT 85, Amenemhab. i2.171(2) Horse standard, carried by man with horses, in second register. Faulkner in JEA 27 (1941), 16 pl. v [14-17] (from drawings by Mrs Davies) Deir el-Bahri. Gt. Temple. Lower Colonnade. South half. . ii2.342(5) Hatshepsut tandard, ka standard, hawk standard, and human-headed standard, carried by soldiers at bottom) Faulkner in JEA 27 (1941), 16 pl. v [19] (from drawing by Mrs Davies) Deir el-Bahri. Great Temple. Shrine of Hathor. Hypostyle. . ii2.350(30) Bark standard carried by soldiers at bottom.

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122 Faulkner in JEA 27 (1941), 16 pl. vi [20] Deir el-Bahri. Great Temple. Upper Court. . ii2.357(79) Lion and fan standard carried by soldier. Faulkner in JEA 27 (1941), 16 pl. vi [23] Deir el-Bahri. Great Temple. Shrine of Hathor. Hypostyle. . ii2.350(30) Pendant standard carried by soldier in boat. Faulkner in JEA 27 (1941), 16 pl. vi [24] Deir el-Bahri. Great Temple. Shrine of Hathor. Hypostyle. . ii2.350(30) Pendant standard carried by soldier at bottom. Faulkner in JEA 27 (1941), 16-17 pl. vi [30] (from drawing by Mrs Davies) Thebes. TT 56, Userhet. . i2.112(8) Pendant standard(?) carried by soldier, in 2nd register. Blackman in JEA 27 (1941), 83-95 pls. x-xii Abydos. Road to Portal of Ramesses II. v.44A Text of Stela of Sheshonk, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 66285. Davies, N. M. and N.de G. in JEA 27 (1941), 96-8 pl. xiii Thebes. TT 84, Amunedjeh . i2.168(9) Two registers, Asiatics with tribute. Crowfoot and Davies in JEA 27 (1941), 113-130 pls. xiv, xv, xvii, xviii, xx-xxii Valley of the Kings. KV 62, Tutankhamun. i2.582 Tunic of Tutankhamun, in Cairo, Eghyptian Museum, JE 62626-8. see JEA xviii (1941), 165 Mt Rahna. Ptah Enclosure. Embalming House of Apis Bulls. . iii2.841 Embalming table of Necho II, alabaster, block stand of Amasis, in Cairo, Egyptian Musem, JE 86757, and alabaster measuring vessel of Darius, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 86754. JEA 28 (1942), 1 frontispiece Valley of the Kings. KV 62, Tutankhamun. Omit.
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123 Iron dagger, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum. JEA 28 (1942), 38 opp. pl. iv cf. 1 Valley of the Kings. 17. Sethos I. Room M. i2.543(43) The cow. Davies Nina in JEA 28 (1942), 50-2 pl. v Thebes. TT 84, Amunedjeh. i2.168(5) Nubians with tribute from 1st register. Tod in JEA 28 (1942), 53-6 pl. vi [upper] Alexandria. Ptolemaic Temple (?) iv.4A Gold plate with hieratic and Greek inscriptions of Ptolemy IV and Arsino III, formerly in King Farouk Is colln. see Dunham and Young in JEA 28 (1942), 57-8 Gza. Valley temple of Menkaure. iii2.32 Flint wand of Khufu, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 11.765. JEA 29 (1943), 1 pl. i Gza. G 7510, Ankh-haf. iii2.196 Bust of deceased, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 27.442. JEA 29 (1943), 1 pl. ii facing 50 El-Bersha. Tomb 1. Djehutinakht VI. iv.183A Model of four offering-bringers, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 21.326. Newberry in JEA 29 (1943), 53-4 fig. Saqqra. Pyramid Enclosure of Neit - Salle des Lions . iii2.431 Block with titles of Queen. see Newberry in JEA 29 (1943), 75 [top] 8 Cylinder-seal of Queen Sebekneferure, seen with dealer in Cairo. Cooney in JEA 30 (1944), cf. 2-4 pls. i, ii Saqqra. Tomb of Haremhab. .
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124 iii2.657 Fragment with officers acclaiming, in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 32.103. see Gardiner in JEA 30 (1944), 25-6 pl. iii [1, 2] Lisht. S. Pyramid. Cachette. iv.82A Bases of statues of Sesostris I, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 411-20. see Gardiner in JEA 30 (1944), 29 note 4. Saqqra. Pyramid of Pepy II. Mortuary Temple. . iii2.428 Names of lower Egyptian gods from Antechamber, E. wall, in II. see Gardiner in JEA 30 (1944), 32 pl. iii [3] (from Firth) Saqqra. Step Pyramid. Stelae of Djoser. . iii2.401 S. Tomb Room II. Tiled Room, central stela see Gardiner in JEA 30 (1944), 32 pl. iii [4] (from Firth) Saqqra. Step Pyramid. Room III. Stelae of Djoser. . iii2.401 North stela. Gardiner in JEA 30 (1944), 31-2, 51 pl. iv Madamd. From Main Temple. v.145A Heb-sed portal of Sesostris III, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 56497. Gardiner in JEA 30 (1944), 34 fig. 1 Karnak. 3rd Pylon. Shrine. Sesostris I. ii2.63 Geographical names. Gardiner in JEA 30 (1944), 38 pl. v [1] Saqqra. Tomb of Wershnufer, Dyn. XXX or Ptol. . iii2.504 Representation of world from cover of sarcophagus, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 14.7.1. Gardiner in JEA 30 (1944), 49 pl. vi [1] (from Borchardt) Absr. Pyramid of Sahure. Valley Temple. . iii2.326 Winged disk above royal boat.

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125 Gardiner in JEA 30 (1944), 48 pl. vi [3] Thebes. Deir el-Bahri. Great Temple. Shrine of Anubis. . ii2.355(70) Winged disk above scene. see Gardiner in JEA 30 (1944), 47 pl. vi [4] Abydos. Proto-Dynastic Cemetery. v.55A Ivory comb of Wadjit, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 47176. Nina Davies in JEA 30 (1944), 64 pl. vii Thebes. TT 68, [Per]enkhmun. i2.133(1) Deceased and wife before three Hathor cows. Arkell in JEA 30 (1944), 74 Uronarti. Finds. vii.144 Cartouche from shell disk of Sesostris III, in Khartm Museum, 3044. ern in JEA 31 (1945), 45, 47 fig. (from Tablets ... Belmore). Thebes. D.M. Sanctuary of Ptah etc. i2.708 Stela of Kenhirkhopshef, Dyn. XIX, in London, British Museum, EA 278. . . Cooney in JEA 31 (1945), 54-6 pl. i [left] father Itisen, in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 37.365 Gza. Central Field. Rawer. Statues. iii2.267 Statue-group of Rawer and family. Cooney in JEA 31 (1945), 54-6 pl. i [right] mother Hetepheres, in Worcester MA, Worcester Art Museum . . Gza. Central Field. Rawer. Statues. iii2.267 Statue-group of Rawer and family. Cooney in JEA 31 (1945), 54-6 pl. i [middle] Rawer(?), in Kansas City MO, The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, 38.11 Gza. Central Field. Rawer. Statues. iii2.267 Statue-group of Rawer and family. Davies, Nina in JEA 32 (1946), pl. i frontispiece
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126 Gza. G 4561. Kaemankh. iii2.133(20) Two ducks from 2nd register. Hayes in JEA 32 (1946), 7-11 pls. ii, iiA Qift. Middle Temple. Stelae from Foundations. Fragments of decrees, Old Kingdom and 1st Int. Per. v.127A Fragment of 3rd decree of Pepy II, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 14.7.10. Hayes in JEA 32 (1946), 5 [h], 11-13 [h] pls. iii [upper], iiiA [upper left] Qift. Middle Temple. Stelae from Foundations. Fragments of decrees, Old Kingdom and 1st Int. Per. v.127A Fragments, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 14.7.14. Hayes in JEA 32 (1946), 5 [h], 11 [h, fragment A] pl. iii [upper right] Qift. Middle Temple. Stelae from Foundations. Fragments of decrees, Old Kingdom and 1st Int. Per. v.127A Fragments, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, Temp. Nos. 6.12.24.1, 2. Hayes in JEA 32 (1946), 5 [j], 13-16 [j] pls. iii [lower], iiiA [lower] Qift. Middle Temple. Stelae from Foundations. Fragments of decrees, Old Kingdom and 1st Int. Per. v.127A Fragments, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 14.7.13. Hayes in JEA 32 (1946), 5 [o], 16-17 [o] pls. iv, ivA Qift. Middle Temple. Stelae from Foundations. Fragments of decrees, Old Kingdom and 1st Int. Per. v.127A Fragments, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 14.7.11. Hayes in JEA 32 (1946), 5-6 [p, q], 17-19 [p, q] pl. v Qift. Middle Temple. Stelae from Foundations. Fragments of decrees, Old Kingdom and 1st Int. Per. v.127A Fragments, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 14.7.12. see ern in JEA 32 (1946), 25-7 Thebes. TT 320. Inhapi. i2.393 Hieratic texts of Neskhons and Pinedjem I, years 5 and 10, probably of Siamun. Gardiner in JEA 32 (1946), 43-56 pl. vi Speos Artemides. Great Speos. iv.163(12)-(2)A Long text of Hatshepsut. .

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127 Macadam in JEA 32 (1946), 56-60 [A] pl. vii Aswn. Elephantine. Temple Amenophis III. v.227A View. Macadam in JEA 32 (1946), 60 [B] pl. viii Siheil. Chapel of Anukis. v.253A Altar(?) of Sebkhotep III, blocks, now in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art. . Macadam in JEA 32 (1946), 60-1 [c] pl. ix [upper] Buhen. Temple of Isis (N. Temple). Sanctuary. vii.130(8) Second stela of Deduantef, temp. Sesostris I. see Macadam in JEA 32 (1946), 61 [D] Gebel Barkal. Temple B.500. vii.220(40) Outer vestibule, one figure of Taharqa, from representation of altar. see Macadam in JEA 32 (1946), 62 Gebel Barkal. Temple B.500 vii.230(42) Outer vestibule, 5 gods from procession. Macadam in JEA 32 (1946), 62 [D] pl. ix [lower] Gebel Barkal. Gt. Temple (B.500). vii.220(37) Priestesses etc. at (25) in Hall J, and scenes on north and west walls of Sanctuary C at (29) and (30). Macadam in JEA 32 (1946), 62-3 [E] pl. x Gebel Barkal. Temple B.700. Pylon. vii.214 View of outer face, and texts from inner face. Macadam in JEA 32 (1946), 63 [F] Gebel Barkal. N. Pyr. Group. VI. Q. Naldamak. vii.206 Name of Queen in Meroitic hieroglyphs. Macadam in JEA 32 (1946), 64 [top] Gebel Barkal. N. Pyr. Group. VI. Q. Naldamak. vii.206 Meroitic cursive text above Prince.
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128 Macadam in JEA 32 (1946), 64 pl. xi Gebel Barkal. East Face of Hill. vii.203 View. Macadam in JEA 32 (1946), 64 [G] pl. xi [upper] Gebel Barkal. Pyramid Field. S. Group. vii.207 View. Nina Davies in JEA 32 (1946), 69-70 pl. xiii Thebes. TT 222, Hekmaetrenakht called Turo. i2.323, 324(7) Plan, description of scenes, funerary scenes on island etc. JEA 33 (1947), pl. i Valley of the Kings. KV 62, Tutankhamun. i2.574 Head of King from alabaster canopic chest, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 60687. Hayes in JEA 33 (1947), 3-11 pl. ii Hierakonpolis. Tomb of Haremkhauef. Late Dyn. XIII. . v.197A Stela of deceased, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 35.7.55. see Macadam in JEA 33 (1947), 93 Gebel Barkal. Great Temple. First Court. vii.216(18) Upper part of stela of Menmaetre-setepenre, in Merowe Museum, 43. Fairman in JEA 33 (1947), 12-33 pls. iii-vii Speos Artemidos. Great Speos. iv.164(3)-(21)A Texts of scenes. Davies and Faulkner in JEA 33 (1947), 40-46 pl. viii Thebes. TT 162, Kenamun. i2.275-6(1) Lower register, Syrian ships, etc. ern in JEA 33 (1947), pls. ix [1-3], x [2-3], xi [1-4] Wdi el-aAllqi. Route to Umm Qareiyt Gold-mines. vii.318 Graffiti.
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129 ern in JEA 33 (1947), 55 [37] Wdi el-aAllqi. Route to Umm Qareiyt Gold-mines. vii.318 Stela with Amun and Horus. ern in JEA 33 (1947), 56 [39] Wdi el-aAllqi. Route to Umm Qareiyt Gold-mines. vii.318 Text of stela dedicated to Harsiesi. . Dunham in JEA 33 (1947), 63, 64, 65 pl. xii [1] Tumbos. Quarry. vii.174 Colossal statue, probably Taharqa or Tanutamun. Dunham in JEA 33 (1947), 63, 64-5 pl. xii [2, 3] Gebel Barkal. Temple B.700. Portico. vii.214 Unfinished colossal statue, perhaps Ergamenes (head found separately), now in Merowe Museum, 21. Dunham in JEA 33 (1947), 63-4, 65 pls. xiii [4, 5], xiv [6, 7] Argo. Temple. vii.180 Two colossal statues, probably Natakamani. Dunham in JEA 33 (1947), 65 pl. xv [8] Nagaa. Lion-Tle. of Apedemak. Exterior. vii.269 Four divinities from south wall. Dunham in JEA 33 (1947), 65 fig. 10 pl. xv [9] Naqaa. Lion-Tle. of Apedemak. Exterior. vii.269 Natakamani and prince from west wall. ern in JEA 33 (1947), 56 [41-3] w. figs. 2-4 Edfu to Berenice. Wdi Beiza. vii.326 Graffiti. Macadam in JEA 33 (1947), 93-4 fig. Gebel Barkal. Miscellaneous. vii.222 Jamb of Menmaetre-setepenre, in Merowe Museum, 40.
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130 JEA 34 (1948), frontispiece pl. i Valley of the Kings. KV 62, Tutankhamun. Omit. Two ushabtis, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum. Fairman in JEA 34 (1948), 3-11 pl. ii aAmra West. Temple and Town. vii.159 General plan. Fairman in JEA 34 (1948), 3-11 pl. ii [left] aAmra West. Temple and Town. vii.163 General plan of Governors Palace. Fairman in JEA 34 (1948), 3-11 pl. ii [bottom right] aAmra West. Temple and Town. vii.163 General plan of workshops. Fairman in JEA 34 (1948), 3-11 pl. v [1] aAmra West. Temple and Town. vii.164 Jamb of Pesiur in Palace. Fairman in JEA 34 (1948), 3-11 pl. vi [1] aAmra West. Temple and Town. vii.164 W. Gate, north thickness. Fairman in JEA 34 (1948), 3-11 pl. vi [2] aAmra West. Temple and Town. vii.163 Block from earlier Temple of Sethos I. Fairman in JEA 34 (1948), 3-11 pl. vi [4] aAmra West. Temple and Town. vii.164 Jamb of Sebaukhau from Palace, in Khartum Museum, 5774. see Gardiner, Sir A. in JEA 34 (1948), 19-22 801-631-090 Scribe statue of Amenmosi, Overseer of the treasury of Amun, Chief steward in the Western River,

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131 Overseer of works in the cult-temple of Ramesses III, etc., son of Pawia and Nebtyunet, lower part, grey granite, temp. Ramesses III, formerly with Hamad Ibrhm (dealer in Gza), now in Cairo, Egyptian . Museum, JE 87194. Hayes in JEA 34 (1948), 47-50 pls. xiii, xiv Thebes. Miscellaneous. Various. i2.844 Palette of Esbanebded, probably temp. Takelothis I, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 47.123. El Amir in JEA 34 (1948), 51-6 pls. xv [2-4, 6] Mt Rahna. Ptah Enclosure. Embalming House of Apis Bulls. . iii2.841 Embalming table in 1st Court El Amir in JEA 34 (1948), 51-6 pls. xv [5] Mt Rahna. Ptah Enclosure. Embalming House of Apis Bulls. . iii2.841 Altar of Necho in 1st Court. El Amir in JEA 34 (1948), 51-6 pls. xvi [3, 4] Mt Rahna. Ptah Enclosure. Embalming House of Apis Bulls. . iii2.841 Smaller embalming table in 2nd Court. El Amir in JEA 34 (1948), 51-6 pls. xvi [5] Mt Rahna. Ptah Enclosure. Embalming House of Apis Bulls. iii2.842 Alabaster block stand of Amasis in 2nd Court and limestone basin. El Amir in JEA 34 (1948), 51-6 pls. xvii [1] Mt Rahna. Ptah Enclosure. Embalming House of Apis Bulls. . iii2.842 Front part diorite bull. El Amir in JEA 34 (1948), 51-6 pls. xvii [2] Mt Rahna. Ptah Enclosure. Embalming House of Apis Bulls. iii2.842 Measuring-vase, year 34 of Darius, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 86754. El Amir in JEA 34 (1948), 51-6 pls. xvii [3] Mt Rahna. Ptah Enclosure. Embalming House of Apis Bulls. iii2.841 Smaller embalming block in 2nd Court.
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132 El Amir in JEA 34 (1948), 51-6 pls. xvii [4] Mt Rahna. Ptah Enclosure. Embalming House of Apis Bulls. . iii2.842 Two blocks with mummified bull in wheeled kiosk. El Amir in JEA 34 (1948), 55 w. note 1 Memphis. Kom el-Fakhry. Temple of Apis. Omit. Apis-stela, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.74.1911. Hayes in JEA 34 (1948), 114-115 fig. El-Qusya. Destroyed Temple of Hathor. Ptolemaic. iv.258A Glass plaque from found dep. of Ptolemy IV, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 48.45. Nina Davies in JEA 35 (1949), 14 on pl. ii Beni Hasan. 15. Baket. . iv.153(12-)-(13)A Bird-trap from top register. Nina Davies in JEA 35 (1949), 13-20 pls. ii, iii Beni Hasan. 15. Baket III. . iv.152(2)-(6)A Birds and bats from 6th register. Hayes in JEA 35 (1949), 43-49 fig. 1 pl. iv Thebes. TT 313, Henenu. . i2.388-9 Stela A (reconstructed from fragments), in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 26.3.217. see Hayes in JEA 35 (1949), 43 note 6, 44-5 note 2 Thebes. TT 313, Henenu. i2.388-9 Fragments of stelae B-D, B in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 26.3.218. Sve-Sderbergh in JEA 35 (1949), 50-4 fig. 1 Buhen. Temple Area. vii.138 Stela of Ka, 2nd Int. Period, in Khartm, Sudan National Museum, 18. Sve-Sderbergh in JEA 35 (1949), 54-6 fig. 2 Buhen. Temple Area. vii.138 Stela of Sepedhor, 2nd Int. Period, in Philadelphia PA, The University Museum, E.10984.
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133 see Sainte Fare Garnot in JEA 35 (1949), 63-8 Omit. Stela of Hor and Suti, temp. Amenophis III, in London, British Museum, EA 826. Nelson in JEA 35 (1949), 82 fig. 1 Karnak. 3rd Pylon. Shrine of Hatshepsut. ii2.70 Block, Queen with hdn-plant in rite of bringing the foot before Amun-Re. Nelson in JEA 35 (1949), 82, 83 fig. 2 Luxor. Temple. Room XIX. ii2.332(190) Amenophis III in bringing the foot rite before Amun-Re. Nelson in JEA 35 (1949), 83 fig. 3 Thebes. Temple Sethos I. Room XVI. ii2.415(75) King in bringing the foot rite before Amun-Re. Nelson in JEA 35 (1949), 83 fig. 4 Karnak. Hypostyle. Interior. ii2.46(155) Sethos I with nemset-vase and hdn-plant from third register. Nelson in JEA 35 (1949), 83, 84 fig. 5 Mednet Habu. Great Temple. First Court. ii2.494(73) and (74) Ramesses III in bringing the foot rite before Amun-Re Kamutef (2nd scene in upper register). Blackman and Fairman in JEA 35 (1949), 98-112 [Text 1] Edfu. Great Temple. vi.133 Texts to scene of driving four calves. Text 1, 4th register, 4th scene at (93)-(94). Blackman and Fairman in JEA 35 (1949), 98-112 [Text 2] Edfu. Great Temple. vi.125 Texts to scene of driving four calves. Text 2, top register, 5th scene at (35)-(38). Blackman and Fairman in JEA 35 (1949), 98-112 [Text 4] Edfu. Great Temple. vi.148 Texts to scene of driving four calves. Text 4, top register, 6th scene at (227)-(234).

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134 Blackman and Fairman in JEA 35 (1949), 98-112 [Text 5] Edfu. Great Temple. vi.137 Texts to scene of driving four calves. Text 5, top register, 3rd scene at (123)-(124). Blackman and Fairman in JEA 35 (1949), 98-112 [Text 6] Edfu. Great Temple. vi.159 Texts to scene of driving four calves. Text 6, 3rd register, 9th scene at (302)-(305). Blackman and Fairman in JEA 35 (1949), 98-112 [Text 7] Edfu. Great Temple. vi.164 Texts to scene of driving four calves. Text 7, 2nd register, 13th scene at (315)-(323) . Blackman and Fairman in JEA 35 (1949), 98-112 [Text 8] Edfu. Great Temple. vi.166 Texts to scene of driving four calves. Text 8, top register, 23rd scene at (328)-(333). Blackman and Fairman in JEA 35 (1949), 98-112 [Text 9] Edfu. Great Temple. Birth House. vi.176 Texts to scene of driving four calves. Text 9, 4th scene at (128)-(134). Blackman and Fairman in JEA 35 (1949), 98-112 [Text 10] Edfu. Great Temple. vi.147 Texts to scene of driving four calves. Text 10, top register, 7th scene at (223)-(226). Blackman and Fairman in JEA 35 (1949), 98-112 [Text 11] Edfu. Great Temple. vi.143 Texts to scene of driving four calves. Text 11, 2nd register, 2nd scene at (187). Blackman and Fairman in JEA 35 (1949), 98-112 [Text 12] Edfu. Great Temple. vi.167 Texts to scene of driving four calves. Text 12, top register, 21st scene at (337)-(344). Blackman and Fairman in JEA 35 (1949), 98, 100, 106-7 pl. vii [Text 3] Karnak. Temple of Khons. Propylon. ii2.226(a)(3) Thicknesses. Ptolemy III with four calves before Min-Amun.
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135 Piankoff in JEA 35 (1949), 113-116 pls. viii-xi Valley of the Kings. KV 62, Tutankhamun. i2.571 Cryptographic text from exterior of 2nd shrine, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum. see Drioton in JEA 35 (1949), 117-122 Valley of the Kings. KV 62, Tutankhamun. i2.571 Cryptographic test from exterior of 2nd shrine, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 60666. Nagel in JEA 35 (1949), 129-131 pl. xii Thebes. TT 56, Userhet. . i2.113(16)-(18) Men with funerary furniture and vase with horse decoration from 2nd register. Nagel in JEA 35 (1949), 130-1 fig. 1 8 Vase with decoration of horses, New Kingdom, in Berlin, gyptisches Museum, 14412. Moss in JEA 35 (1949), 132-4 pl. xiii Gozo (Malta). vii.406 Statue of Neferabet, Dyn. XIX or XX, in Valetta Museum. Moss in JEA 35 (1949), 134 fig. 1 Thebes. DM. Miscellaneous. Various. i2.747 Libation vase of Neferabet, Dyn. XIX-XX, seen by Wilkinson in possession of Athanasi. Vandier in JEA 35 (1949), 135-8 pl. xiv Serapeum. Apis XXIX, year 28 of Sesonchis III. iii2.786 Statue-group supporting stela of Esptah, in Paris, Muse du Louvre, N. 436. . see Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (Dec. 1949), 141 [6] Nuri. Pyramid Field. 2. Amaniastabarqa. vii.225 Granite stela re-used in Nu.100, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 139-48 pl. xv [1a] Kawa. vii.187(a) Altar or stela of Taharqa in Tle. B.

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136 Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 139-48 pl. xv [5b] Kawa. vii.187(b) Mention of Alara on stela of Taharqa in Tle. B. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949),139-48 pl. xv [5c] Kawa. vii.187(c) Mention of Alara on stela of Taharqa in Tle. B. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 139-48 pl. xv [5d] Kawa. vii.188(36) Mention of Alara in text Aman-nte-yerike in Tle. T. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 139-48 pl. xv [28c] Kawa. vii.184 and 190 Prenomen Harsiotef. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 139-48 pl. xv [33a] Kawa. vii.188(32)-(34) Queen Kasaqa in scene in Tle. T. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 139-48 pl. xv [40d] Kawa. vii.183 Cartouche-plaques of Malenaqe. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 139-48 pl. xv [50e] Kawa. vii.187 Stela, double-scene, Anlamani and Nasalsa. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 139-48 pl. xv [5e] Old Dongola. vii.193 Mention of Alara on Nastase stela. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 139-48 pl. xvi [51c] Old Dongola. vii.193 Stela of Nastase.
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137 Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 139-48 pl. xvi [55] Old Dongola. vii.193 Pelkha on stela of Nastase. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 139-48 pl. xvi [65b] Old Dongola. vii.193 Sakhmakh on stela of Nastase. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 139-48 pl. xvi [61a] Kurru. vii.197 Piankhy name from ushabti. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 139-48 pl. xv [5a] Kurru. vii.197 Mention of Alara on stela Tabiry (Tomb 53), in Khartum, Sudan National Museum, 1901. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 139-48 pl. xv [32b] Kurru. vii.197 Mention Kasaqa on stela Tabiry (Tomb 53), in Khartum, Sudan National Museum, 1901. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 139-48 pl. xv [34a] Kurru. vii.195 Fragment of offering-table of Kashta (Tomb1). Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 139-48 pls. xv [37, a, b, c, e] Kurru. vii.195 Offering-table, etc. of Khesa (Tomb 4). Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 139-48 pls. xvi [48] Kurru. vii.195 Offering-table of aparaye (Tomb 3). Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), cf. 139-48 pls. XVI [52] Kurru. vii.197 Ushabti of Nefrukekashta (Tomb 52).
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138 Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 139-48 pl. xvi [63a] Kurru. vii.196 Name of Queen Qalhata (Tomb 5). Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 139-48 pl. xvi [68a, c, d] Kurru. vii.196 Offering-table, etc. of Sabacon (Tomb 15). Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949),139-48 pl. xvi [69a] Kurru. vii.197 Ushabti of Shebitku (Tomb 18). Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 139-48 pl. xvi [72] Kurru. vii.197 Stela of Tabiry (Tomb 53). Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949),139-48 pl. xvi [76b, d] Kurru. vii.197 Canopic-jar, etc. of Tanwetamani (Tomb 16). Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 139-48 pl. xvi [76e] Sanam. vii.201 Block, possibly of Tanwetamani. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 139-48 pl. xv [1b] Gebel Barkal. vii.209(4) with note Name of Abar from Tle. 300. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 139-48 pl. xv [4b] Gebel Barkal. vii.222 Statue Akhrata from Tle. 500. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 139-48 pl. xv [8] Gebel Barkal. vii.221 Statue Amanimalel from Tle. 500.
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139 Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 139-48 pl. xv [14e] Gebel Barkal. vii.221 Stats. Anlamani from Tle. 500. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 139-48 pl. xv [18f] Gebel Barkal. vii.221 Statue Aspelta from Tle. 500. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 139-48 pl. xv [20b] Gebel Barkal. vii.218 Atasamale on stela of Harsiotef. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 139-48 pl. xv [24b] Gebel Barkal. vii.218 Batahaliye on stela of Harsiotf. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 139-48 pl. xv [28b] Gebel Barkal. vii.218 Stela of Harsiotef. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 139-48 pl. xv [35] Gebel Barkal. vii.214 Khalese on pylon of Tle. 700. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949),139-48 pl. xv [36] Gebel Barkal. vii.216 Stela of Khaliut from Tle. 500. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 142 [1b] Gebel Barkal. vii.217 footnote. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 141 pl. xv [2a] Nri. vii.231 Name from ushabti from Tomb 38.

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140 Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 141 pl. xv [3] Nri. vii.231 Ushabti of Akhrasan from Tomb 32. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 141 pl. xv [4a] Nri. vii.228 Cartouche from lintel from Tomb 14. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 141 pl. xv [6b, d] Nri. vii.225 Plaque and cylinder Amaniastabarqa from Tomb 2. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 139-48 pl. xv [7] Nri. vii.233 Stela Amanibakhi from Church (Nu 100). Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 142 pl. xv [9b, c, d] Nri. vii.227 Tablet, etc., Amani-nataki-lebte from Tomb 10. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 142 pls. xv [10b] Nri. vii.230 Plaque of Amanitakaye from Tomb 26. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 142 pl. xv [10c] Nri. vii.230 Cylinder of Amanitakaye from Tomb 26. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 142 pl. xv [11a, c] Nri. vii.228 Blocks Aman-nete-yerike from Tomb 12. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 142 pl. xv [12a] Nri. vii.240 Gold plaque of Amtalqa.
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141 Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 142 pl. xv [12b, c] Nri. vii.227 Sheath, etc., Amtalqa from Tomb 9. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 142 pl. xv [13b, c, d] Nri. vii.229 Plaque, etc., Analmaaye from Tomb 18. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 142 pl. xv [14a, b] Nri. vii.226 Stela, etc., Anlamani from Tomb 6. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 142 pl. xv [15] Nri. vii.232 Ushabti of Artaha from Tomb 58. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 142 pl. xv [17] Nri. vii.232 Ushabti and scarab Asata from Tomb 42. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 142 pls. xv [18a, b, d, e] Nri. vii.226-7 Name Aspelta from Tomb 8. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 143 pl. xv [19b, c] Nri. vii.231 Canopic jar etc., Atakhebaske from Tomb 36. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 143 pl. xv [20a] Nri. vii.233 Off.-table Atasamale from Tomb 61. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 139-48 pl. xv [21a] cartouche Nri. vii.229
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142 Alabaster tablet of Atlansera, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Art. 20.765. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 143 pl. xv [22] Nri. vii.232 Ushabti and scarab Atmataka from Tomb 55. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 143 pl. xv [23] Nri. vii.229 Stela of Baskakere from Tomb 17. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 143 pl. xv [24a] Nri. vii.232 Stela of Batahaliya from Tomb 44. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 143 pl. xv [28d] Nri. vii.228 Block Harsiotef from Tomb 13. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 143 pl. xv [29] cartouche Nri. vii.231 Offering-table of Henutirdis from Tomb 34. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 143 pl. xv [30b, c] title Nri. vii.231 Frags. and plaque Henuttakhebit from Tomb 28. . Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 144 pl. xv [32b] cartouche Nri. vii.226 Plaque Karkamani from Tomb 7. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 142 pl. xv [12d] Nri. vii.227 Cartouche.
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143 Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 142 pl. xv [12e] Mero. vii.240 Plaque of Amtalqa from City. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 144 pl. xv [31] Mero. vii.254 Stela of Karibe from S. Gp. (Pyr.-Field). Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 145 pl. xvi [47] Mero. vii.257 Ushabti of Mernua from S.85. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 148 pl. xvi [78] Mero. vii.259 Offering-table of Weterik, from S. Gp. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 145 pl. xvi [44d] Gebel Barkal. vii.218 Name Malewiebamani from Adoption-stela. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 146 pl. xvi [56] Gebel Barkal. vii.214 Peltase on pylon of Tle. 700. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 146 pl. xvi [65a] Gebel Barkal. vii.216(9) Stela of Sakhmakh, Tle. 500. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 146 pls. xvi [66] Gebel Barkal. vii.214 Stela of ...salka on pylon Tle. 700. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 147 pl. xvi [67c] Gebel Barkal. vii.221 Statue Senkameniske Tle. 500.
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144 Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 147 pl. xvi [74c] Gebel Barkal. vii.221 Statue Taharqa. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 147 pl. xvi [77] Gebel Barkal. vii.209 Tekahatameni in Tle. 300. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 148 pl. xvi [79c] Gebel Barkal. vii.214 Yeturow on pylon, Tle. 200. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 147 pl. xvi [76c] Gebel Barkal. vii.221 Two statues of Tanwetamani. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 144 pl. xvi [38b] Nri. vii.230 Sheath of Madiqe from Tomb 27. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 144 pl. xvi [39] Nri. vii.233 Scarab of Malaqaye from Tomb 59. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 144 pl. xvi [40b, c] Nri. vii.225 Plaque, etc., Malenaqe from Tomb 5. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 144 pl. xvi [41] Nri. vii.232 Scarab of Maletaral I from Tomb 41. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 144 pl. xvi [42] Nri. vii.230 Ushabti of Maletaral II from Tomb 25.
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145 Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 145 pl. xvi [43] Nri. vii.232 Ushabti of Maletase from Tomb 39. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 145 pl. xvi [49] Nri. vii.229 Foundation deposit, from Tomb 19. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 145 pl. xvi [44b, c] Nri. vii.227-8 Plaque, etc., Malewiebamani from Tomb 11. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 145 pl. xvi [45] Nri. vii.230 Ushabti of Masalaye from Tomb 23. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 145 pl. xvi [46] Nri. vii.232 Ushabti of Meqemale from Tomb 40. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 145 pl. xvi [50b] Nri. vii.230 Tablet asalsa from Tomb 24. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 145 pl. xvi [51b] Nri. vii.228 Mirror of Nastase from Tomb 15. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 146 pl. xvi [57] Nri. vii.230 Plaque of Piankharite from Tomb 25. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 146 pl. xvi [59] Nri. vii.232 Ushabti of Piankh-her from Tomb 57.
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146 Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 146 pl. xvi [60] Nri. vii.231 Found. tablet of Piankhqew-qa from Tomb 29. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 146 pl. xvi [64] Nri. vii.231 Ushabti of Sakaaye from Tomb 31. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 146 pl. xvi [65] Nri. vii.232 Poss. tomb of Sakhmakh, Tomb 56. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 147 pl. xvi [67b] Nri. vii.225 Tablet Senkamaniske, from Tomb 3. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 147 pl. xvi [70a, b, e] Nri. vii.225 Stela, etc., Siaspiqa, from Tomb 4. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 147 pl. xvi [73] Nri. vii.232 Ushabti of Tagtal, from Tomb 45. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 147 pl. xvi [74b] Nri. vii.223 Canopic-jar of Taharqa, from Tomb 1. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 147 pl. xvi [75] Nri. vii.229 Stela of Talakhamani from Tomb 16. Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 148 pl. xvi [79a] Nri. vii.232 Name of Yeturow from Tomb 53.
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147 Dunham and Macadam in JEA 35 (1949), 142, 143, 147 pls. xv [16, 27], xvi [71] Karnak. Mut Enclosure. A. Tle of Khonspekhrod. Finds. . ii2.272 Names from legs of statue of Haremakhet, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 49157. . Cooney, J. D. in JEA 35 (1949), 153-7 pl. xvii 801-440-070 Block statue of Senusert-senbefni, Steward of the reckoning of cattle, son of Dedet (mother), dedicated by brother Redenptah, wab priest of the roof, with small figure of wife(?) Itneferusonb at front, and text mentioning Ptah-Sokari, quartzite, late Dyn. XII, formerly in Comte de Pourtals-Gorgier and Lord Amherst collns. and at Sothebys in 1921, now in Brooklyn Museum, 39.602. (Probably from the Memphite area.) see Gardiner in JEA 36 (1950, 4 [1] Thebes. Temple of Sethos I. Room V. ii2.412(50) Purification scene. see Gardiner in JEA 36 (1950), 4 [2] Karnak. Hypostyle. Interior. ii2.49(160) Ramesses II purified at (160). see Gardiner in JEA 36 (1950), 4 [3] Medinet Habu. Great Temple. 2nd Court. ii2.502(107) Ramesses III purified. see Gardiner in JEA 36 (1950), 4 [4] pl. i [upper] Karnak. Temple of Khons. ii2.236 Ramesses IV purified at (40) II, 3. see Gardiner in JEA 36 (1950), 4 [6] Karnak. Temple of Khons. ii2.230 Herihor purified at II, 9. see Gardiner in JEA 36 (1950), 5 [8] Karnak. Temple of Khons. ii2.238(65) Ramesses IV purified at (1). see Gardiner in JEA 36 (1950), 4 [9]
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148 Karnak. Festival Temple. Room XLII. ii2.126(457) Tuthmosis III purified. see Gardiner in JEA 36 (1950), 4 [10] Karnak. Festival Temple. Room XXVI. ii2.118(383) Tuthmosis III purified. see Gardiner in JEA 36 (1950), 4 [11] Luxor. Rooms XIV and XVII ii2.329(169-170) Amenophis III purified. see Gardiner in JEA 36 (1950), 4 [12] Luxor. Rooms XIV and XVII ii2.328(157) Amenophis III purified. see Gardiner in JEA 36 (1950), 4 [14] Karnak. Great Temple. Hypostyle. Interior. ii2.45(154) Sethos I purified in III, 2. see Gardiner in JEA 36 (1950), 4 [15] Karnak. Girdle Wall. ii2.128(466) Ramesses II leaves palace, is carried, is purified. see Gardiner in JEA 36 (1950), 4 [16] Karnak. 8th Pylon, scene at II 1. ii2.175(519) Ramesses III purified. see Gardiner in JEA 36 (1950), 5 [19] Karnak. 9th Pylon. Omit. Ramesses IV purified. see Gardiner in JEA 36 (1950), 5 [20] Karnak. Court between 3rd and 4th Pylons. Omit. Ramesses IX purified at (184).

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149 see Gardiner in JEA 36 (1950), 5 [21] Karnak. P. Temple of Re-Harakhti, dedicated by Taharqa. ii2.221(19)-(20) Taharqa purified. see Gardiner in JEA 36 (1950), 5 [22] Karnak. Temple M. ii2.210(24) Ram. II (?) purified, from intercolumnar wall. see Gardiner in JEA 36 (1950), 5 [24] Karnak. Temple N. ii2.218(36), (37) Ramesses II (?) purified from N. wall. Gardiner in JEA 36 (1950), 5 [27] pl. i [lower] (from Capart) Heliopolis. Miscellaneous. Various. iv.64A Relief, Sethos I purified, in Brussels, Muses Royaux dArt et dHistoire, E.407. see Gardiner in JEA 36 (1950), 5 [E, 6A] Medet Habu. Great Temple. Rooms 20-1. ii2.510(148) Ramesses III with Atum purified by Inmutef (called Horus). Habachi in JEA 36 (1950), 13-18 pl. iii Elephantine. Rock-texts. Hassawanarti. v.229A Text of Humen, Dyn. XVIII. Hayes in JEA 36 (1950), 19-23 pls. iv-viii Thebes. TT 71, Senmut. i2.141 Sarcophagus, restored from fragments, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 31.3.95. Arkell in JEA 36 (1950), pl. ix [1] aAbd el-Qdir. Hieroglyph Hill. vii.140 View of site. see Arkell in JEA 36 (1950), 24-5 Dibeira East. Rock Tomb of Djehutihotep. vii.128 Description.
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150 Arkell in JEA 36 (1950), 25-6 [2, 4-7] pl. ix [2, 4] aAbd el-Qdir. Hieroglyph Hill. vii.140 Rock texts of Antef, etc., Dyn. XI. Arkell in JEA 36 (1950), 26 [3] pl. ix [3] aAbd el-Qdir. Hieroglyph Hill. vii.140 Rock text of ... sensobk-bebi, Old Kingdom(?). see Arkell in JEA 36 (1950), 27 aAbd el-Qdir. Fort. vii.140 Description. Arkell in JEA 36 (1950), 28-30 [2] fig. 1 pl. x aAbd el-Qdir. Gebel Sheikh Suleiman. vii.140 Relief with boat and name of Zer. Arkell in JEA 36 (1950), 30 [3, 4] aAbd el-Qdir. Gebel Sheikh Suleiman. vii.140 Texts of hieratic graffiti of Raheba, etc., Middle Kingdom Arkell in JEA 36 (1950), 30 [5-8] aAbd el-Qdir. Gebel Sheikh Suleiman. vii.140 Texts of graffiti of Sonb, etc., New Kingdom Arkell in JEA 36 (1950), 30-1 [9-20] pl. ix [5, 6] aAbd el-Qdir. Gebel Sheikh Suleiman. vii.140 Texts of grafitti of Antef, etc., Middle Kingdom Arkell in JEA 36 (1950), 31 [22] aAbd el-Qdir. Gebel Sheikh Suleiman. vii.140 Hieratic graffito of Patjui etc., New Kingdom see Arkell in JEA 36 (1950), 32 Gebel Abri. vii.166
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151 Rock engraving, king wearing double-crown and holding w3s sceptre, and figure of bull. see Arkell in JEA 36 (1950), 32 Gebel Abri. vii.166 Black granite base of double-statue with name of Amenophis III, in Khartm, Sudan National Museum. see Arkell in JEA 36 (1950), 32-3 Gebel Abri. vii.166 Lintel of Hekanakht and jamb of Harnakht, in Khartm, Sudan National Museum. . see Arkell in JEA 36 (1950), 34 Island of Sai. Miscellaneous. vii.165 Fragments of statues, in Khartm, Sudan National Museum (one head, 3828). see Arkell in JEA 36 (1950), 35 Sabu. East Bank. vii.174 Graffito of Djehutimosi, Scribe, at north end of cliffs. see Arkell in JEA 36 (1950), 35-6 Argi. Cemetery. Dyn. XXV. vii.193 Offering table, found at Wad Shabbo. see Arkell in JEA 36 (1950), 36 Gebel Barkal. vii.203 View showing presumed colossal statues, possibly Taharqa. Arkell in JEA 36 (1950), 36-8 fig. 4 El-Kensa. Hagar el-Merwa. . vii.233 Boundary-text of Tuthmosis I and III. Arkell in JEA 36 (1950), 38-9 El-Kensa. Hagar el-Merwa. . vii.233 Graffiti of Queen Ahmosi and of Senhotep. . see Arkell in JEA 36 (1950), 39 El-Kensa. Remains of Fort, Tuthmosis I.
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152 vii.233 Description. see Arkell in JEA 36 (1950), 39 Isnabir. vii.278 Scarab of Amenophis III, in Khartm, Sudan National Museum, 386. see Arkell in JEA 36 (1950), 39-40 Wdi Mugaddam. Umm Harot. vii.272 Two scarabs, in Khartm, Sudan National Museum, 4969/1, 2. see Arkell in JEA 36 (1950), 40 Sennar. vii.273 Scarab, Napatan, from Kosti, in Khartm, Sudan National Museum, 3562. see Arkell in JEA 36 (1950), 40 Sennar. vii.273 Scarab of Sabacon, from Sennar, in Khartm, Sudan National Museum, 3643. Moss in JEA 36 (1950), 41-2 fig. 1 Dibeira East. Rock Tomb. Djehutihotep. vii.128 Lintel and jambs of Ruiu and Runa. Moss in JEA 36 (1950), 42 Serra East Cemeteries. Finds. vii.128 Inscribed fragments, etc., in Khartm, Sudan National Museum, 3763, 3739. see Moss in JEA 36 (1950), 42 Buhen. Temple Area. Finds. vii.138 Statuette of Amenemhet, Dyn. XVIII, in Philadelphia PA, The University Museum, E.10980. Macadam in JEA 36 (1950), 43-6 pl. xi [1, 2] Serra West. Miscellaneous. vii.128 Two sandstone stelae, in Khartm, Sudan National Museum, 5162, 5261. Macadam in JEA 36 (1950), 46-7 pl. xi [3]
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153 Gebel Dabarsa. vii.128 Sandstone stela, in Khartm, Sudan National Museum, 3725. Macadam in JEA 36 (1950), 47 pl. xi [4] Argn. West Bank. vii.128 Three fragments of a lintel, in Khartm, Sudan National Museum, 3732. see Blackman and Fairman in JEA 36 (1950), 81 Karnak. Festival Temple. Room XX. ii2.116(374) God Tjeni in scene of King offering cattle. see Moss in JEA 36 (1950), 112-113 Wdi Agag. vii. 320 Rock-stela of Setyemhab, temp. Sethos II. Lansing, A. in JEA 37 (1951), 3-4 pl. i 800-701-600 Head wearing blue crown, probably Tutankhamun, with hand of deity at the back, from coronationgroup, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 50.6. Shinnie in JEA 37 (1951), 4-11 pl. ii [1] aAmara West. Town-Enclosure. vii.159A Description of Temple of Ramesses II. Shinnie in JEA 37 (1951), 4-11 pl. ii [1] aAmara West. Town Enclosure. vii.164A View of West Gate. Shinnie in JEA 37 (1951), 4-11 pl. iii [3] aAmara West. Town Enclosure. vii.164A View of Town Enclosure Wall. Shinnie in JEA 37 (1951), 6 fig. 1 aAmara West. Town Enclosure. vii.164A Plan of West Gate.

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154 Wild in JEA 37 (1951), 12-16 fig. 1 pl. iv [1] Siheil. Chapel of Anukis. Altar of Sebekhotep III. v.253A Two blocks from one side, in possession of M. H. Dufour in Cairo (formerly in A. Bircher colln.), now in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art. Habachi in JEA 37 (1951), 17 pl. v [2] Siheil. Chapel of Anukis. v.253A Plan showing position. see Habachi in JEA 37 (1951), 17 n. 2 Aswn. Miscellaneous. v.243A Block-statue of Ken with shrine of Anukis, and wooden shrine etc., in Turin, Museo Egizio, 3016, 2446. see Habachi in JEA 37 (1951), 17-19 Siheil. Chapel of Anukis. v.253A Discussion of provenance of altar of Sebekhotep III. Habachi in JEA 37 (1951), 19 pl. v [2] Siheil. Rock Texts. Lesser Texts. v.253A Graffito of Mekar(?)-pefri, Ramesside (?) [=de Morgan, 97 [170]]. Macadam in JEA 37 (1951), 20-1 pl. iv [2] Siheil. Chapel of Anukis. Altar of Sebekhotep III. v.253A Another block from altar with figures of relatives (from Bankes MSS.). Macadam in JEA 37 (1951), 23-28 pl. vi Between Gebel-el-Silsila and Naga Hammdi. Road from Armant to Naga Hammadi - Wdi el-Hl. . vii.277 Stela of Sebekhotep III. Faulkner in JEA 37 (1951), 47-52 pl. vii Abydos. Miscellaneous. v.95A Stela of Rudjahau, Dyn. XI, in London, British Museum, EA 159. . see Gardiner in JEA 37 (1952), 111 Valley of the Kings. KV 35, Amenophis II. i2.555
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155 Alabaster statue-group, fragments, Amenophis II purified by Horus, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 24157. Faulkner in JEA 38 (1952), 3-5 frontispiece Abydos. Miscellaneous. v.102A Stela of Shen, temp. Sesostris I, formerly in Kinnaird and W. A. Hearst collns., now in Los Angeles CA, County Museum of Art, 50.33.31 Gardiner in JEA 38 (1952), 6-23 pls. ii-ix Karnak. Festival Temple. Exterior. ii2.126(462) Remains of text of Tuthmosis III. see Gardiner in JEA 38 (1952), 24-33 Nauri. vii.174 Rock-stela, year 4 of Sethos I. Nims in JEA 38 (1952), 34-45 figs. 1, 2, 3 [top, and mid. left] Mednet Habu. Great Temple. Outer Enclosure Wall. ii2.482 Names of divinities and localities, Ramesses VI. Nims in JEA 38 (1952), 38, 39, 45 fig. 3 [middle] Mednet Habu. Great Temple. ii2.505(112) Names. [MHA. 318] Nims in JEA 38 (1952), 38, 39, 45 fig. 3 [middle] Mednet Habu. Great Temple. ii2.513(166) Names. [MHA. 529] Nims in JEA 38 (1952), 38, 39, 45 fig. 3 [middle] Mednet Habu. Great Temple. ii2.517(186) Names. [MHA. 49:24, 37] Nims in JEA 38(1952), 39, 45 fig. 3 [bottom] Karnak. 3rd Pylon. Miscellaneous. ii2.74 Fragments of geographical list of Amenophis I.

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156 Caminos in JEA 38(1952), 46-61 pls. x, xi West Silsila. Royal stelae. v.213A Rock-stela of Sesonchis I. Cassirer in JEA 38 (1952), 128-30 figs. 1-6 8 Small plaque (stela) of Heh, temp. Amenophis III, formerly in possession of Dr. Eric Cassirer, now in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 55.78. Aldred in JEA 38 (1952), 130-1 fig. El-Salmya. v.169A Shell of Amenemhet II, formerly in F. G. Hilton Price colln. 1433, now in Edinburgh, Royal Museum of . Scotland, 1951.322. Gardiner in JEA 39 (1953), 5-6 fig. Deceased with text in II, 1 Saqqra. Between Monastery of Apa Jeremias and Sekhemkhets Enclosure. Tomb of Haremhab. . iii2.659 King and Queen, etc., with registers, etc. II, block in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden Inv.H.III.PPPP, QQQQ. Gardiner in JEA 39 (1953), 7 fig. 2 Text above Egyptian officers Saqqra. Between Monastery of Apa Jeremias and Sekhemkhets Enclosure. Tomb of Haremhab. . iii2.661 Bowing courtiers, and text above, blocks, in Berlin, gyptisches Museum, 22663 and Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Inv. 214. Gardiner in JEA 39 (1953), 5 n. 1 fig. 3 Saqqra. Between Monastery of Apa Jeremias and Sekhemkhets Enclosure. Tomb of Haremhab. . iii2.656 Block with Egyptian courtiers, in Berlin, gyptisches Museum, 22663. Gardiner in JEA 39 (1953), 3-12 Saqqra. Between Monastery of Apa Jeremias and Sekhemkhets Enclosure. Tomb of Haremhab. . iii2.656 Scene of deceased with Syrians, in Leiden, Berlin and Vienna. General account of whole scene. Gardiner, Sir A. in JEA 39 (1953), 13-31 pls. i, ii (text) 800-642-650 Double-statue, Haremhab (head lost) and Queen Mutnedjemt, with coronation text on back, captives on Kings side of seat, and female sphinx on Queens side, granodiorite (as black granite in most publications),
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157 in Turin, Museo Egizio, Cat. 1379. see Gardiner in JEA 39 (1953), 14, 28-31 Mt Rahna.Temple of Ptah. Found in front of Pylon. . iii2.832 Fragment 1 of quartzite stela of Haremhab with coronation-text. Aldred, C. in JEA 39 (1953), 48-9 pl. iii [a, b] (as basalt) 800-731-300 Head of royal statue wearing khat headdress, probably Amenophis II, greywacke, in Edinburgh, Royal Museum of Scotland, 1951.346. Aldred in JEA 39 (1953), 49 pl. iii [c] Karnak. Cachette. ii2.139 Upper part green basalt statue of Amenophis II, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 42077. see Aldred in JEA 39 (1953), 49 n. 2 Abydos. Miscellaneous. Statues. v.100A Seated statuette of Senusert, son of Idut, Middle Kingdom, formerly in F. G. Hilton Price and W. R. Hearst collns., now in Edinburgh, Royal Museum of Scotland, 1952.137. see Aldred in JEA 39(1953), 49 n. 2 Abydos. Miscellaneous. Statues. v.100A Standing statuette of Mesehi (?), Middle Kingdom, in Edinburgh, Royal Museum of Scotland, 1952.158. . Habachi in JEA 39 (1953), 50-9 fig. 1 Siheil. Rock texts. Lesser Texts. v.252A Text of Antef, ded. by Hekaib-ankh, Dyn. XII. Habachi in JEA 39 (1953), 54 Elephantine. Cult-Chapels of Hekaib. v.229A Text of lower part statue of Hekaib-ankh, in Aswan Museum. Habachi in JEA 39 (1953), 54-5 Elephantine. Cult-Chapels of Hekaib. v.229A Text of standing statue of same man, ded. by brother Amenysonb, in Aswan Museum. Habachi in JEA 39 (1953), 57 n. 3
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158 Island of Siheil. Island S. of Siheil (Ras Siheil). v.253A Part of text of [Usersatit], Viceroy of Kush. see Habachi in JEA 39 (1953), 57-9 Siheil. Chapel of Anukis. v.253A Discussion of dating. Needler in JEA 39 (1953), 60-75 fig. 1 pl. iv 8 Gaming-board, New Kingdom, formerly in W. MacGregor colln., now in Toronto, Royal Ontario Museum, B.3573. Needler in JEA 39 (1953), 71-2, 73 [5] fig. 2 (As in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art) Thebes. Misc. aAsasf and D. el B. Cemetery 700. i2.621 Draughts-board from tomb of Neferkhaut (729), in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 65372. see Needler in JEA 39(1953), 73 [6] 8 Draughts-board of Hatshepsut, in Paris, Muse du Louvre, N.660. . see Needler in JEA 39 (1953), 74 [8] Thebes. Miscellaneous. Various. i2.845 Faience games-board of Amenmosi, Dyn. XVIII, in Paris, Muse du Louvre, N.1605. see Needler in JEA 39 (1953), 74 [9] Omit. Faience games-board, uninscribed, from Thebes, formerly in W. MacGregor colln., now in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 49.56. Needler in JEA 39 (1953), 74 [13] fig. 3 8 Wooden games board of Harmosi, probably temp. Tuthmosis III, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.29.1940. see Needler in JEA 39 (1953), 74 [16] Saqqra. E and SE of Pyramid of Teti. Mortuary Temple Area. Finds. . iii2.559 Draughts board of Kha, temp. Sethos I, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 68001. Meredith in JEA 39 (1953), 98 pl. vi [3]
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159 Wdi Hammamt. Dyn. XXV-XXX. . vii.336A View of graffiti in Quarry of Nektanebos I and II. Shinnie in JEA 39 (1953), 109-110 fig. Faras. Mastaba Field. vii.125A Steatite head of Tutankhamun(?), in Khartum, Sudan National Museum, 5829. Gardiner in JEA 40 (1954), 40-44 fig. 1 Valley of the Kings. KV 14, Queen Tausert. i2.527 Discussion of cartouches of Merneptah-Siptah usurped by Sethos II and of Queen usurped by Setnakht. . . Gardiner in JEA 40 (1954), 43 Valley of the Kings. KV 14, Queen Tausert. i2.531 Dates from hieratic graffiti in Side-Rooms off J. Aldred, C. in JEA 41 (1955), 3-8 pl. i 800-694-150 Statue of Ramesses IX prostrate holding naos with scarab-beetle, lower right leg lost, green schist, formerly in Lord Lonsdale and C. T. Trechmann collns., now in Edinburgh, Royal Museum of Scotland, 1965.1. (Probably from Heliopolis.) see Aldred, C. in JEA 41 (1955), 5 800-627-520 Statuette of Amenophis III kneeling with offering-stand, green steatite, formerly in W. MacGregor, W. M. A. Reid and A. Gallatin collns. and at Sothebys in 1922, 1934 and 1954, now in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 66.99.28. see Aldred, C. in JEA 41 (1955), 7-8 801-650-145 Statue of Khaemweset (son of Ramesses II) holding [an object], upper part, probably basalt, in Brussels, Muses Royaux dArt et dHistoire, E.6721. Faulkner in JEA 41 (1955), 18-29 Omit. Vizier-text from TT 100, Rekhmire (commentary on text published by Davies). Goedicke in JEA 41 (1955), 31 8 Epithet from a false-door of Dyn. VI, in San Francisco CA, M. H. de Young Memorial Museum, B 60 x 17.
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160 Caminos in JEA 41 (1955), 51-4 pl. xii [4] Gebel Silsila. Shrines near River and N. of Royal Shrines. v.214A View showing shrines of Ametju, etc. Caminos in JEA 41 (1955), 51-4 pl. xiii [1] Gebel Silsila. Shrines near River and N. of Royal Shrines. v.215-216A View of exterior of shrine, name lost. Caminos in JEA 41 (1955), 51-4 pl. xiii [2] Gebel Silsila. Shrines near River and N. of Royal Shrines. v.216A Shrine of Djehutimosi, rear wall. Caminos in JEA 41 (1955), 51-4 pl. xiii [3] Gebel Silsila. Shrines near River and N. of Royal Shrines. v.214A Shrine of Sennufer, S. wall. Caminos in JEA 41 (1955), 51-4 pl. xiii [4] Gebel Silsila. Shrines near River and N. of Royal Shrines. v.215A View of shrine of Ametju. Caminos in JEA 41 (1955), 55 Wdi el-Shatt el Rigl. Khr Tangra. .. v.208A Rock-text of Senmut, New Kingdom Bosse-Griffiths in JEA 41 (1955), 56-60, 62-3 pl. xiv Saqqra. Tombs Position unknown. Ptahmosi. . iii2.712 Stela of Ptahmosi and Meryptah, temp. Amenophis III, upper part in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Inv. AP.11, lower part in London, Petrie Museum, 14463. Bosse-Griffiths in JEA 41 (1955), 56-60, 62-3 pl. xv [right] Saqqra. Tombs Position unknown. Ptahmosi. . iii2.712 Stela of Djehutimosi, dedicated by son of Ptahmosi, in Florence, Museo Archeologico, 2565. Bosse-Griffiths in JEA 41 (1955), 60 [B] pl. xv [left] Saqqra. . iii2.727
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161 Statue of Ptahmosi, son of Menkheper, temp. Amenophis III, in Florence, Museo Archeologico, 1790. Bosse-Griffiths in JEA 41 (1955), 60 [D] fig. 1 Saqqra. Tombs of position unknown. Ptahmosi. . iii2.713 Triangular stela with Ankh-ptah before deceased, temp. Amenophis III, in Florence, Museo Archeologico, . 2537. see Bosse-Griffiths in JEA 41 (1955), 62-3 Omit. Statuette of Djehutimosi grinding grain, temp. Tuthmosis III to Amenophis III, in Paris, Muse du Louvre, E.2749 (N.792). Cassirer in JEA 41 (1955), 72-4 fig. and pl. xix Thebes. aAssf. At Foot of Causeways. i2.621 Statue-group, Neferkhaut and Rennufer, temp. Tuthmosis I-III, formerly in private colln. in Berlin, now in M. Cassirer colln. see ern in JEA 41 (1955), 75-9 figs. 1, 2 Gza. Great Pyramid. Boat Pits. iii2.15 Recently discovered boat pit and the others. Nina Davies in JEA 41 (1955), 80 fig. 1 Thebes. TT 147. Name lost. i2.259(14) Temple from funeral procession in 3rd register. Nina Davies in JEA 41 (1955), 80, 82 fig. 4 Thebes. TT 134, Tjauenany. i2.250(5) Boat towed to temple in 2nd register. Edwards in JEA 41 (1955), 96-105 pl. xx Thebes. Valleys S. of D.B. 1st Valley. Royal Cache. Princess Eskhons. i2.665 Wooden hieratic tablet of Eskhons with decree of Amun, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 46891. Habachi in JEA 41 (1955), 106-111 pl. xxi Mednet el-Faiym. Kimn Fris. iv.99A Statue-group, crocodile, baboon and hippo. with kneeling Amenemhet III(?), Gr. Rom.

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162 Simpson, W. K. in JEA 41 (1955), 112-14 pl. xxii 800-701-600 Head of royal statue wearing blue crown, probably Tutankhamun, with hand of deity at the back, from coronation-group, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 50.6. see Simpson in JEA 41 (1955), 113 Sn el-Hagar. Great Temple. Transverse Line of Royal Statues. . iv.20A Head of Ramesses II (83), from coronation group, in private possession in Cairo in 1955. see Harris in JEA 41 (1955), 122-3 Saqqra. Tomb No. 35. Kai. . iii2.459 Statue, Scribe du Louvre. see Harris in JEA 41 (1955), 123 Syria. Beirt. vii.385A Sphinx of Amenemhet IV, in London, British Museum, EA 58892. . see Arkell in JEA 41 (1955), 125-6 Hierakonpolis. Temple Enclosure. Finds. v.196A Porphyry Hathor-bowl, Dyn. I, in London, Petrie Museum, 16245. . . Simpson, W. K. in JEA 41 (1955), 129-30 Name of mother 803-026-600 Round-topped stela, four lines of offering text of Neshanakht(?), Prophet of Sehetepebre (Amenemhet I), son of woman Sit-khentetbau, and below, Neshanakht(?) with address to the living and son(?) Rehuankh, and mother and wife, early Dyn. XII, formerly in G. Anastasi colln., now in Paris, Muse du Louvre, C 169 [E.3107]. see Emery in JEA 42 (1956), 1-2 Saqqra. North of the Step Pyramid. . iii2.447 S 3507. Temp. Den. Aldred in JEA 42 (1956), 3-7 pl. i [1, 2] Omit. Gold statuette of Amun, Dyn. XVIII or Dyn. XXII, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 26.7.1412. Aldred in JEA 42 (1956), 6-7 pl. i [3]
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163 iv.26A Gold pendant in form of triad of Osorkon II, in Paris, Muse du Louvre, E.6204. Aldred, C. in JEA 42 (1956), 6-7 pl. ii [4] 800-624-500 Statuette of Tuthmosis IV kneeling holding two pots, bronze, in London, British Museum, EA 64564. Aldred in JEA 42 (1956), 6 pl. ii [5] Valley of the Kings. KV 62, Tutankhamun. i2.581 Two statuettes of King as handles on sticks, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 61665-6. Aldred, C. in JEA 42 (1956), 6 pl. ii [6] 800-745-600 Statuette of kneeling king, arms lost, probably Tutankhamun, bronze, in Philadelphia PA, The University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, E 14295. Aldred, C. in JEA 42 (1956), 6 pl. ii [7] 800-694-800 Statuette of Ramesses IX holding two jars, bronze, formerly in G. Michaelidis colln. Aldred, C. in JEA 42 (1956), 6-7 pl. ii [8] (as Petubastis) 800-781-400 Statuette of King Pemu kneeling with two vases, bronze, in London, British Museum, EA 32747. Aldred, C. in JEA 42 (1956), 6-7 pl. ii [9] 800-824-600 Statuette of Necho (probably II) kneeling with [an object], bronze, formerly in G. Posno colln. and in Paris, Htel Drouot, in 1883, now in Philadelphia PA, The University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, E 13004. Needler in JEA 42 (1956), 41-4 fig. 1 pl. iii Abydos. Miscellaneous. v.103A Flint knife of Djer with inscribed gold-leaf, in Toronto, Royal Ontario Museum, 914.3. Simpson, W. K. in JEA 42 (1956), 45-9 figs. 1, 2 pl. iv 800-150-900 Statuette of Ninuter seated wearing heb-sed cloak, calcite(?), formerly in G. Michaelidis colln., then in J. L. Boele van Hensbroek colln. in 1962. see Badawi in JEA 42 (1956), 58-64 aAmarna. Maru-Aten. iv.208A
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164 As maru, i.e. temple for festivals. see Thomas in JEA 42 (1956), 68 [Be], with note 5 Thebes. TT 389, Basa. i2.440(4) Sun-boat at (4). see Thomas in JEA 42 (1956), 69 [Be] with note 3. Thebes. TT 65, Imiseba. i2.131 Barks of Re on abaci of central columns. see Thomas in JEA 42 (1956), 70 [C c] n. 1 Valley of the Kings. KV 9, Ramesses VI. i2.516 Barks on ceiling. Thomas in JEA 42 (1956), 70 [C d] n. 2 Valley of the Kings. KV 6, Ramesses IX. i2.503 Barks from Astronomical ceiling. Thomas in JEA 42 (1956), 70 [C e] n. 3 Valley of the Kings. KV 6, Ramesses IX. i2.505(28) Bark in I. see Thomas in JEA 42 (1956), 70 [C g] n. 5 Thebes. TT 33, Pedamenopet. Ram. XIX. i2.55(45) Bark of Re with gods of sky. see Thomas in JEA 42 (1956), 70 [C i] n. 7 Thebes. TT 132, Ramosi. Burial Chamber. i2.247(4) Tympanum. see Thomas in JEA 42 (1956), 73 [F a] n. 6 Mednet Habu. Great Temple. Room 18. ii2.509 Barks of Re. see Fraser in JEA 42 (1956), 96-7 El-Qusiya. (Cusae) Destroyed Temple of Hathor, Ptolemaic. . . .
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165 iv.258A Foundation deposit of Ptolemy IV, etc. Arkell in JEA 42 (1956), fig. on 116 [a] 8 Diorite bowl of Khaba, in London, Petrie Museum, 15800. Arkell in JEA 42 (1956), fig. on 116 [b-f] Zawyet el-aAryn. Cemeteries. iii2.314 Five bowls of Khaba, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 11.2334, 2336, 2343-5. see Simpson in JEA 42 (1956), 118-119 Mt Rahna. Km el-Arbaan. iii2.852 Remains statue group, Haremhab crowned (?) by seated god, quartzite. de Bruyn in JEA 42 (1956), 121-2 fig. 1 Red Sea Routes. Valleys S. of Berenice. El-Abraq. vii.326A Graffito of Djehutihotep, Middle Kingdom Uphill, E. P. in JEA 43 (1957), 1-2 pl. i 803072-100 Round-topped stela, Ankhefenmut, Gods father of Amun, Chamberlain of Khonspekhrod, Prophet of Osiris of Koptos foremost of the mansion of gold, son of Pefiuiu and woman Irterau ( a descendant of King Takelothis [III]), in adoration before Osiris, hawk-headed Re-Harakhti (neither named), Isis and Nephthys, and nine lines of offering text below, early Dyn. XXVI, in Croydon, Central Library. (Probably from Thebes.) Stewart in JEA 43 (1957), 3-5 fig. 1 pl. ii Thebes. Miscellaneous. Statues. i2.790 Head with part of hymn on back, Dyn. XVIII, in London, British Museum, EA 968. Gardiner in JEA 43 (1957), 10-24 Valley of the Kings. KV 55, probably Amenophis IV (formerly attributed to Queen Teye). i2.565-6 General description and discussion. Gardiner in JEA 43 (1957), 12-13 Valley of the Kings. KV 55, probably Amenophis IV (formerly attributed to Queen Teye). i2.565-6 Shrine of Teye made by Amenophis IV, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 57175.
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Gardiner in JEA 43 (1957), 15-22 fig. 1 Valley of the Kings. KV 55, probably Amenophis IV (formerly attributed to Queen Teye). i2.565-6 Coffin of Amenophis IV. Gardiner in JEA 43 (1957), 25 fig. 2 Valley of the Kings. KV 55, probably Amenophis IV (formerly attributed to Queen Teye). i2.565-6 Sketch-plan (from Mrs Andrews diary). Gardiner in JEA 43 (1957), 19 pl. iii Valley of the Kings. KV 62, Tutankhamun i2.572 Foot-end of inner coffin, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 60671. see Simpson in JEA 43 (1957), 26-9 Dahshr. Necropolis N. of the Enclosure of Sesostris III. iii2.897 Sebkemhet, Vizier, as owner of tomb 17. Aldred in JEA 43 (1957), 31 n. 3 Omit. White faience dish of Inaa, formerly in Towry White colln., now in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.81.1932. <<>> Chittick in JEA 43 (1957), 42-4 fig. 1 pl. i Gebel Barkal. Presumed colossal statues. vii.203A Views, and cartouches of Taharqa and Nastase on S. colossus. Meredith in JEA 43 (1957), 56, 59-70 figs. 1-12 Berenice. Temple of Serapis. vii.326A Scenes and texts (from Wilkinson MSS etc.). Meredith in JEA 43 (1957), 56, 59-70 pl. vi Berenice. Temple of Serapis. vii.326A View (of site) (from Wilkinson MSS etc.). Meredith in JEA 43 (1957), 56, 59-70 pl. viii [2] Berenice. Temple of Serapis. vii.326A
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167 Plan (from Wilkinson MSS etc.). Meredith in JEA 43 (1957), 56, 59-70 pl. ix [1] Berenice. Temple of Serapis. vii.326A View. Cassirer, M. in JEA 44 (1958), 1-2 pl. i 801-417-050 Male statuette, serpentine, 1st half of Dyn. XII, in M. Cassirer colln. in 1958. Burgess and Arkell in JEA 44 (1958), 5-11 pls. viii, ix Hierakonpolis. Temple Enclosure. Finds. v.196A Porphyry Hathor-bowl, reconstructed, with goddess Bat on rim, Dyn. I, in London, Petrie Museum, . . 16245. Yoyotte in JEA 44 (1958), 26-30 fig. 1 Thebes. Valley of the Queens. QV 53, Prince Rameses. i2.759 Plan and description. Yoyotte in JEA 44 (1958), 27 [A] fig. 2 Thebes. Valley of the Queens. QV 53, Prince Rameses. i2.759 Text at (1). Yoyotte in JEA 44 (1958), 27-8 [C, D] figs. 3, 4 Thebes. Valley of the Queens. QV 53, Prince Rameses. i2.759 Remains text at (2). Yoyotte in JEA 44 (1958), 28-30 [G, H] fig. 5 Thebes. Valley of the Queens. QV 53, Prince Rameses. i2.759 Text and name of deceased at (3). see ern in JEA 44 (1958), 31-2 Thebes. D.A.N. Finds. Reliefs. i2.613 Texts of Queen Esi and her mother, and Nehy, Vizier, from blocks of Ramesses III found at Deir elBakht. see ern in JEA 44 (1958), 31, 33
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168 Thebes. Valley of the Queens. QV 51, Queen Esi II. i2.756 n. 1 As wife of Ramesses III. see ern in JEA 44 (1958), 31, 37 Karnak. In Mut Enclosure. S. Temple. Ramesses III. ii2.273(1)(2) Names of Queen Esi and mother, from side of E. collossal statue of Ramesses III. see ern in JEA 44 (1958), 33 Karnak. Cachette. ii2.143 Name of Kings mother, from statue of Ramesses IV usurped by Ramesses VI, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 42153. ern in JEA 44 (1958), 35 Thebes. Valley of the Queens. QV 74, Tentopet. i2.767, n. 1 As mother of Ramesses V. see ern in JEA 44 (1958), 36-37 Mednet Habu. Great Temple. 2nd Pylon. ii2.502(104-7) Discussion on names of princes on base. de Bruyn in JEA 44 (1958), 97-8 pl. xiv [1] Red Sea Routes. Valleys S.W. of Berenice. El-Abraq. vii.326A Graffito of Inu, Middle Kingdom Arkell in JEA 44 (1958), 120 fig. Dahshr. Miscellaneous. iii2.898-9 Diorite bowl of King Khaba, Dyn. III, formerly in Robinow colln., in Manchester, The Manchester Museum, 5373. Brunner, H. in JEA 45 (1959), 3-4 pl. i [upper] 803-049-845 Round-topped stela, probably votive, three registers, I, Unnufer, First charioteer of His Majesty, Kings messenger to every land, in adoration before seated Osiris, with Isis and Harendotes standing, II, Unnufer censing and libating to six relatives, including father Roy, Standard bearer, and mother Bekwerner, Songstress of Bubastis, III, son Siubaste, Head of the stable of the Residence, offering to relatives, including his (i.e. Unnufers) father (i.e. teacher) Amenemopet, First charioteer of His Majesty, temp. Merneptah, formerly in G. dAthanasi colln., now in London, British Museum, EA 154.
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169 Goedicke in JEA 45 (1959), 8-11 fig. 1 pl. ii Gza. West Field. Exact Provenance Unknown. Abu Baker Excavations. iii2.179 Block with biographical text, probably Dyn. V. Aldred in JEA 45 (1959), 19-22 fig. 1 pl. iii Hierakonpolis. Temple Enclosure. Finds. v.196A Part stela of Amenophis IV with hymn by Kia, in Edinburgh, Royal Museum of Scotland, 1956.347. see Aldred, C. in JEA 45 (1959), 23 n. 2 801-626-140 Statue of seated man, upper part, with [cartouches of Amenophis IV] and text mentioning Amun lord of Ipe[t-sut] (Karnak), grey granite, formerly in J. C. Leff colln. and in New York, Parke-Bernet Galleries, in 1969, now in Brooklyn Museum, 69.45. (Probably from Karnak.) Goldicke in JEA 45 (1959), 98-9 fig. Omit. Inscribed plaque, dark hard stone, <<>>, in private possession. <<>> Bothmer in JEA 46 (1960), 3-11 pls. i-vi Tanis. Great Temple. Avenue. iv.17A Head, and part of statue with cartouches, of Osorkon II, head in Philadelphia PA, The University Museum, E.16199, statue in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 1040. see Bothmer, B. V. in JEA 46 (1960), 5 n. 4 (as Mentuhotep Sankhkare) 800-494-490 Head of royal statue wearing nemes, greywacke, probably early Dyn. XII, in Paris, Muse du Louvre, E.10299. see Bothmer, B. V. in JEA 46 (1960), 9 n. 4 800-799-700 Statue of a seated king, probably Osorkon II, bronze, in private possession in Basel in 1978, at Christies in 1998 and in New York - Beverly Hills - London, Royal-Athena Galleries, in 1999. Jacquet-Gordon in JEA 46 (1960), 12-23 figs. 1, 2 pls. vii, viii Tanis. Great Temple. Avenue. iv.17A Stela, and inscriptions, of statue of Osorkon II, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 1040. Hayes in JEA 46 (1960), 48-9 n. 9 Deir el-Bahri. Buildings Tuthmosis III. Causeway with Bark-shrine. .
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170 ii2.377 Description of Bark-shrine. see Hayes in JEA 46 (1960), 50 Deir el-Bahari. Buildings of Tuthmosis III. Kiosk. . ii2.378 Blocks. see Hayes in JEA 46 (1960), 50-51 Deir el-Bahri. Kiosk of Tuthmosis III (or possibly Djesermenu). . ii2.378 Account of discovery. see Hayes in JEA 46 (1960), 50-1 Theban Temples. Objects. Various. ii2.536 Foundation-deposit of Tuthmosis III in Djesermenu in Chicago IL, Oriental Institute Museum, 1879918824. see Leibovitch, J. in JEA 46 (1960), 57 [xiii] 801-779-800 Statuette of female harpist, faience, Dyn. XXVI, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 39416. Leibovitch, J. in JEA 46 (1960), 53, 59 pl. xiv [1] 801-645-700 Statuette of kneeling male harpist, faience, Dyn. XVIII, in Jerusalem, Israel Museum. Leibovitch in JEA 46 (1960), 54 fig. 1 Saqqra. D.47, Nenkheftka. . iii2.580(4) Musicians and dancers from block, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 1533. Leibovitch, J. in JEA 46 (1960), 58 [xv] pl. xiv [2] 801-681-620 Statuette of woman playing harp, wood, Dyn. XIX, in London, British Museum, EA 48658. Iversen in JEA 46 (1960), 71-9 pl. xvi Thebes. Miscellaneous. Various. i2.844 Writing-board with Tuthmosis III, in London, British Museum, EA 5601. Fairman in JEA 46 (1960), 80-2 fig. Tell Atrb. Temple of Amenophis III. iv.65A
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171 Block of Amenophis IV and Amenophis III (as coregents). Stewart in JEA 46 (1960), 87-9 fig. 2 Thebes. TT 57, Khaemhet. i2.Pt. 2, xx Left thickness, deceased adoring with hymn to Re. see Harris in JEA 46 (1960), 104-5 Abydos. Slate Palettes. Predynastic. v.105A New fragment from palette 5 (rest in Ashmolean 1892.1171 and London, British Museum, EA 20791), in E. And M. Kofler-Truniger colln. ern in JEA 47 (1961), 5-9 pl. i Gebelein. Misc. v.164A Stela of Merer and wife Demiesni, 1st Int. Period, in Krakov, Czartoryski Museum, 999. Kitchen in JEA 47 (1961), 10-18 figs. 1, 2 pls. ii. iii Abydos. Cemetery E. of Garstang. From Various Tombs. v.66A Stela of Amenysonb, Dyn. XIII, from tomb 303 or 305, in Liverpool, University Institute of Archaeology, E.30. Nina Davies in JEA 47 (1961), 19-21 pl. iv Thebes. TT 67, Hepusoneb. i2.Pt. 2, xxi Felling incense-trees in Punt at (1). Nina Davies in JEA 47 (1961), 19-21 pl. v Thebes. TT 67, Hepusoneb. i2.Pt. 2, xxi Remains of chariot-makers at (3). see Nina Davies in JEA 47 (1961), 21 Thebes. TT 67, Hepusoneb. i2.Pt. 2, xxi Description of scenes at (2) and (4). see Nina Davies in JEA 47 (1961), 21-2 Thebes. TT 143 and 89. Omit. Description of Punt scenes.

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172 Thomas in JEA 47 (1961), 24 fig. Valley of the Kings. KV 55, probably Amenophis IV. i2.565 Plan and section. Fairman in JEA 47 (1961), 38-40 Valley of the Kings. KV 55, probably Amenophis IV. i2.566 Discussion of ownership. Fairman in JEA 47 (1961), 25-36 fig. 3 Valley of the Kings. KV 55, probably Amenophis IV. i2.566 Texts from coffin foot-end. Fairman in JEA 47 (1961), 37-8 pl. vi [2] Valley of the Kings. KV 55, probably Amenophis IV i2.566 Magical bricks, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum. Fairman in JEA 47 (1961), 29 fig. 1 pl. vi [1] 8 Unguent-vase with Aten cartouche mentioning Queen Kiya, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 20.2.11. Fairman in JEA 47 (1961), 29-30 fig. 2 8 Fragment of vase with same text, formerly in G. D. Nash colln., now in London, British Museum, EA 65901. Aldred in JEA 47 (1961), 41-54 Valley of the Kings. KV 55, probably Amenophis IV i2.566 Discussion of owner, coffin, etc. Aldred in JEA 47 (1961), 54-60 Valley of the Kings. KV 55, probably Amenophis IV i2.566 Description of wooden shrine, etc. of Teye, fragments in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 57175. Bosse-Griffiths in JEA 47 (1961), 66-68 pl. vii [1] Valley of the Kings. KV 55, probably Amenophis IV. Finds. i2.566 Clay sealing of Tutankhamun, in Swansea, Royal Institute of South Wales, A.959.3.1.
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173 Bosse-Griffiths in JEA 47 (1961), 68 pl. vii [2] Valley of the Kings. KV 35, Amenophis II. Finds. i2.556 Fragment glass-vase of Amenophis II (belonging to fragment found by Daressy, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 24804), in Swansea, Royal Institute of South Wales, A.959.3. Griffiths in JEA 47 (1961), 118 pl. ix [1] Thebes. Chapel of White Queen ii2.431A Upper part of statue of unknown queen, Dyn. XIX, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 600. Griffiths, J. G. in JEA 47 (1961), 118 pl. ix [2] (as Ptolemaic) 801-670-030 Statue of a queen standing, probably as Gods wife of Amun, or Ahmosi Nefertere (wife of Amosis), greywacke, probably Dyn. XIX, in Berlin, gyptisches Museum, 10114. Griffiths, J. G. in JEA 47 (1961), 118 pl. ix [2] (as Ptolemaic) el-Khachab in JEA 47 (1961), 125 fig. 2 note 4 Tell el-Ruba. Temple. iv.36A Statue, re-used, probably for Caracalla, quartzite, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 702. see Fraser, P. M. in JEA 47 (1961), 141 [8] Greek text 801-805-210 Female statue, head and feet lost, with dedication to Isis in Greek on back pillar, gabbro, late Ptolemaic or Roman Period, in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, F.1960/3.1. Fischer in JEA 47 (1961), 152 [51] Saqqra. Around Pyramid complex of Unis. Tomb of Niankh-ptah. . iii2.627(5) Name of dog under chair of deceased. Fischer in JEA 47 (1961), 152 [52] Dendera Site. University of Pennsylvania Excavations. Miscellaneous. v.115A Name of bitch from stela of Abihu, Dyn. VI, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 38551. see Fischer in JEA 47 (1961), 153 [64] (reads j...d) Abydos. Umm el-Qaab. Remains from dbris. v.89A Stela of dog Sed, Dyn. I, in Paris, Muse du Louvre, E.21702. Fischer in JEA 47 (1961), 153 [58, 65]
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174 Gza. G 2381, Meryre-meryptahankh. iii2.90 Names of two dogs from blocks of Nekhebu (from Boston Museum records). Fischer in JEA 47 (1961), 153 [59] Name of dog 803-031062 Round-topped stela, six lines with offering texts and three registers, I, Ibet Jbt, Sculptor (gnwtj), son of woman Nebt-het Nbt-hwt, with dog under chair, and wife Sit-hathor S3t-ht-hrw, daughter of woman Ti . . . Tj, seated with table between them, II, offering texts and Ibets parents seated with table between them, and four women and a small boy, III, offering texts and two men seated at tables and another two standing, Dyn. XII, in Paris, Muse du Louvre, C 186 [E.3119]. Fischer in JEA 47 (1961), 153 [62] Saqqra. Around Pyramid-complex of Unis. Tomb Kairer. . iii2.631 Name of dog from block re-used and found near Unis Causeway.

see JEA 48 (1962), 2-3 Buhen. Site N. of Main Fort. Fortress and Town. vii.129A Clay sealings of Dyn. IV and V kings. see JEA 48 (1962), 3 Qasr Ibrm. Fort. . vii.94A Inscribed blocks copied by Caminos, 1961-2. see Case and Payne in JEA 48 (1962), 5-18 Hierakonpolis. Predynastic Cemetery. Decorated Tomb v.199A General account. Case and Payne in JEA 48 (1962), 5-18 fig. 3 Hierakonpolis. Predynastic Cemetery. Decorated Tomb v.199A Plan with position of objects. Case and Payne in JEA 48 (1962), 11-18 pl. i figs. 4, 5 Hierakonpolis. Predynastic Cemetery. Decorated Tomb v.199A Wall painting.

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175 Goedicke in JEA 48 (1962), 25-35 pl. ii Armant. Miscelleneous. v.160A Stela of Mentuhotep, son of Hepy, Dyn. XI, in London, Petrie Museum, 14333. Gardiner in JEA 48 (1962), 57-64 Karnak. 10th Pylon. N. Face. ii2.187 Translation of text of Esiemkhebi concerning property of daughter Henuttaui. Gardiner in JEA 48 (1962), 64-68 Karnak. Seventh Pylon. North Face. ii2.168 Translation of text concerning property of Makare, daughter of Psusennes II. see Gardiner in JEA 48 (1962), 68-9 Luxor Temple. Court of Ramesses II. ii2.308(27) Pinedjem I with daughters before Theban Triad from scene 2. Von Beckerath, J. in JEA 48 (1962), 72-3 pl. iii 800-672-550 Statue of Merneptah-Siptah, headless, seated on lap of probably mother Tausert (wife of Sethos II) (almost completely destroyed), with captives in relief on base, in Munich, Staatliche Sammlung gyptischer Kunst, Gl. 122. see Reynaud in JEA 48 (1962), 81-8 Edfu. Tle. of Horus. Corridor. vi.156(288)-(289) Scenes in top register. Wainwright in JEA 48 (1962), 89-99 Name register (e) Account of the Meshwesh. Arkell in JEA 48 (1962), fig. on 158 Qift. Miscellaneous. Blocks. v.132A Block, couple seated with cat under chair, in London, Petrie Museum, 14323. Bennett in JEA 48 (1962), 158-9 Thebes. D.N. Antef Cemetery. Stelae. i2.596A 9. Antef, son of Ka, title translated as hunter, in London, British Museum, EA 1203.
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176 see Kitchen in JEA 48 (1962), 159-60 Abydos. Cemetery E. of Garstang. v.60A Stela of Amenysonb, [temp. Khendjer], owner identified with Louvre C 11 and 12, in Liverpool, School of Archaeology and Oriental Studies, E.30. Uphill in JEA 48 (1962), 162-3 fig. Saqqra. Objects from tombs. . iii2.759 Relief depicting court of tomb, Dyn. XVIII or XIX, in London, Petrie Museum, 408. see James in JEA 48 (1962), 171 Tanis. Subsidiary Buildings. Ptolemaic Chapel. iv.24A Upper part of stela of Ptolemy II and Arsino II, changed to Ptolemy IV and Arsino III, in London, British Museum, EA 1054. see Plumley in JEA 49 (1963), 4 Qasr Ibrm. Fort. Various. . vii.94A Block with names of Ramesses IV. James in JEA 49 (1963), 5-12 pls. i, ii fig. 1 Saqqra. Objects from tombs. Statues. . iii2.730 Statue-group of Sekhemka with Sitmert and Seshemnufer, late Dyn. V, in Northampton, Central Museum and Art Gallery. James in JEA 49 (1963), 9-12 pl. iii Saqqra. Objects from tombs. Statues. . iii2.721 Statue, headless, of Sekhemka, late Dyn. V, in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 37.23E. Kemp in JEA 49 (1963), 24-8 pls. iv, v Km el-Ahmar (Hierakonpolis). Fort. . v.196A Plan and view (from Garstang records). Kitchen in JEA 49 (1963), 38-40 pl. vii [1] Deir el-Bahri. Great Temple. Room X. . ii2.366(132) Fragment with head of Princess Nefrure, now in Dundee, McManus Galleries, 67.244. Aldred in JEA 49 (1963), 41-2 fig. 1 pl. vii [2]
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177 Valley of the Kings. KV 47, Siptah. Finds. i2.565A Fragment of alabaster canopic chest of Queen Tia, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art. see Aldred in JEA 49 (1963), 42 n. 2 Valley of the Kings. Finds. i2.588A Fragment of faience model coffin of Queen Tia (thinks belongs to mother of Siptah, not of Tuthmosis IV), in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art. Aldred in JEA 49 (1963), 42-3 fig. 2 Valley of the Kings. KV 47, Merneptah-Siptah. Finds. i2.565A Wooden fragments (possibly adze) of Queen Tia, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 38778. see Aldred, C. in JEA 49 (1963), 45-6 (destroyed figure as Amenmesse) 800-672-550 Statue of Merneptah-Siptah, headless, seated on lap of probably mother Tausert (wife of Sethos II) (almost completely destroyed), with captives in relief on base, in Munich, Staatliche Sammlung gyptischer Kunst, Gl. 122. Janssen in JEA 49 (1963), 64-70 pl. ix Thebes. D.M. Miscellaneous. Stelae. i2.721 Stela of Inherkha (TT 35a), with Hori before Ramesses IV above, in London, British Museum, EA 588. . see Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 97 8 Fragment of lotus cup of Amenophis III, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 26.7.955. Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 97 fig. 1 8 Faience plaque with Tutankhamun drinking, in Eton College, Myers Museum, 376. Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 103-4 [1] pl. xiii [4] Saqqra. Around Pyramid-complex of Unis. Finds. . iii2.652 Faience chalice with marsh scenes, 3rd Int. Period. Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 104 [ii] pl. xiv 8 Faience chalice with marsh scenes, New Kingdom, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 13.182.53.

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178 Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 104-5 [iii] pl. xv [1, 2] Tuna. Miscellaneous. Various. iv.175A Four fragments from same chalice with marsh scenes, New Kingdom, two in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 26.7.975, A, B, one in Eton College, Myers Museum, 155, one in Berlin, gyptisches Museum, 14430. see Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 105-7 [iv] fig. 2 Hermopolis Magna (Tuna). Miscellaneous. Various. iv.175A Faience chalice with marsh scene, formerly in W. MacGregor colln. 292, now in E. Rothschild colln. Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 107 [v] pl. xv [3] 8 Fragment faience chalice with marsh scene, New Kingdom, formerly in G. D. Hornblower colln., now in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Mus. E. 256.1939. Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 107-8 [vi], 109 [ix] pls. xv [4], xvi [2] Hermopolis Magna (Tuna). Miscellaneous. Various. iv.175A Fragments from faience chalice with marsh scene, in Eton College, Myers Museum, 155, 161. Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 108 [vii], pl. xv [5] 8 Fragment faience chalice with marsh scene, New Kingdom, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 11.1575. Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 108-9 [viii] fig. 3 pl. xvi [1] Hermopolis Magna (Tuna). Miscellaneous. Various. iv.175A Fragments faience chalice with marsh scene, New Kingdom, lower part cup in London, Petrie Museum, 14556, fragment from rim in Eton College, Myers Museum, 155. Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 109-110 [x], pl. xvi [4] Tuna. Miscellaneous. Various. iv.175A Faience chalice with marsh scenes, Dyn. XXI, in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 49.133. see Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 110 [xi] Tuna. Miscellaneous. Various. iv.175A Fragment faience chalice with marsh scene, New Kingdom, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, 3774. Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 110 [xii] pl. xvi [3]
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179 8 Fragment faience chalice with marsh scene, New Kingdom, in Harrow, School Museum, 320. see Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 110-111 [xiii] Deir el-Bahari. Dyn. XI Temple. Finds. . ii2.400 Fragment of faience chalice (?), New Kingdom Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 111-12 [xiv] pl. xvii [a-c] Hermopolis Magna (Tuna). Miscellaneous. Various. iv.175A Faience chalice with marsh scenes, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 26.7.971. Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 112-117 [xv] figs. 4, 5 pls. xvii [2, 3], xviii. Tuna. Miscellaneous. Various. iv.179A Fragments from three chalices with marsh scenes, New Kingdom, six frags. in Eton College, Myers Museum; Truro, The Royal Cornwall Museum; Baltimore; Boston, Museum of Fine Arts. Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 112-117 [xvi] figs. 4, 5 pls. xvii [2, 3], xviii. Tuna. Miscellaneous. Various. iv.179A Fragments from three chalices with marsh scenes, New Kingdom, four fragments in Eton College, Myers Museum; New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art; Truro, The Royal Cornwall Museum; London, Petrie Museum. Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 112-117 [xvii] figs. 4, 5 pls. xvii [2, 3], xviii. Tuna. Miscellaneous. Various. iv.179A Fragments from three chalices with marsh scenes, New Kingdom, five fragments in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art; Truro, The Royal Cornwall Museum; formerly Lady Meux and W. MacGregor collns. see Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 117 [xviii] Tuna. Miscellaneous. Various. iv.175A Tiny fragment chalice with two Bes dancing, formerly in F. W. Von Bissing colln. Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 117-19 [xix] pl. xix Tuna. Miscellaneous. Various. iv.175A Faience chalice, King in chariot, etc., in Eton College, Myers Museum, 72. Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 119-20 [xx] pl. xx [1]
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180 Tuna. Miscellaneous. Various. iv.175A Faience chalice, King slaying foes, etc., in Eton College, Myers Museum, 71. Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 120 [xxi], pl. xx [2] 8 Fragment faience chalice with fishermen, etc., New Kingdom, in London, British Museum, EA 48004. Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 120-2 [xxii, xxvi, xxx] pl. xx [3, 5, 7] Tuna. Miscellaneous. Various. iv.175A Three fragments from faience chalices, New Kingdom, in Truro, The Royal Cornwall Museum. Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 121-2 [xxiii] pl. xx [4a] 8 Fragment chalice w. Harpocrates, Dyn. XXII, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 3812. . Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 121-2 [xxiii] pl. xx [4b] 8 Fragment of chalice with man in papyrus, probably from same chalice as last, in London, Victoria and Albert Museum, 401.1917. Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 121 [xxiv] pl. xx [5] Tuna. Miscellaneous. Various. iv.175A Fragment faience chalice, Harpocrates in papyrus clump, New Kingdom, in Eton College, Myers Museum 156. see Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 121 [xxv] 8 Fragment faience chalice with Hathor head and Harpocrates in lotus, Dyn. XXII, formerly in L. de Benzion colln. Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 121 [xxvii] pl. xx [6] 8 Fragment faience chalice with Hathor head, Dyn. XX, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 26.7.977. Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 122 [xxix] 8 Similar fragment with Bes, formerly in F. W. von Bissing colln. Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 122 [xxviii] pl. xx [10] El-Lahn. Town. Various.
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181 iv.112A Three fragments of faience chalice with Hathor head, Dyn. XXII, in London, Petrie Mus. 14558-60. . . see Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 122-3 [xxxi] Tuna. Miscellaneous. Various. iv.175A Upper part of faience chalice with marsh scene(?), New Kingdom, in Strasbourg, Institut dgyptologie, 1409. see Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 123 [1] iv.125A Fragments of faience chalices with marsh scenes, similar to those from Tuna, etc., New Kingdom, with crocodile in relief, formerly in Lady Meux colln. 1390. see Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 123 [2] 8 Fragments of faience chalices with marsh scenes, similar to those from Tuna, etc., New Kingdom, with girl lutist, in Moscow, State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, I.1.a 4328. see Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 123 [3] 8 Fragments of faience chalices with marsh scenes, similar to those from Tuna, etc., New Kingdom, with animals, in Moscow, State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, 4329. see Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 123 [4] 8 Fragments of faience chalices with marsh scenes, similar to those from Tuna, etc., New Kingdom, with marsh scene, in Moscow, State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, 1845. see Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 123 [5] and pl. xx [9] 8 Fragments of faience chalices with marsh scenes, similar to those from Tuna, etc., New Kingdom, with duck etc., in Turin, Museo Egizio, Sup. 1416. Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 123-4 [xxxii] fig. 6 pl. xxi [1] Mt Rahna. Miscellaneous. Vessels. iii2.875 Faience chalice with reliefs inscribed for Prince Sheshonk, in Berlin, gyptisches Museum, 4563. Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 124-7 [xxxiii] pl. xxi [2] 8 Fragments of faience chalices with reliefs, New Kingdom, with figures of Bes, in Athens, National Archaeological Museum, 566.

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182 Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 124-7 [xxxiv] pl. xxi [3] 8 Fragments of faience chalices with reliefs, New Kingdom, with Heh and marsh scene, in Harrow, School Museum, 385. Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 124-7 [xxxv] pl. xxii [1] 8 Fragments of faience chalices with reliefs, New Kingdom, with marsh scene, in London, British Museum, EA 65786. Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 124-7 [xxxvi] pl. xxii [4] 8 Fragments of faience chalices with reliefs, New Kingdom, with marsh scene, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.356.1932. Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 124-7 [xxxvii] 8 Fragments of faience chalices with reliefs, New Kingdom, with swimmer, in F. W. von Bissing colln. Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 124-7 [38] pl. xxii [2] 8 Fragments of faience chalices with reliefs, New Kingdom, with chariot, etc., in Berlin, gyptisches Museum, 16024. Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 124-7 [xxxix] 8 Fragments of faience chalices with reliefs, New Kingdom, with animals, in Berlin, gyptisches Museum, 17329. Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 124-7 [xl] pl. xxii [3] 8 Fragments of faience chalices with reliefs, New Kingdom, with two figures of Bes, in Harrow, School Museum, 384. Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 124-7 [xli] 8 Fragments of faience chalices with reliefs, New Kingdom, with two figures of Bes and Harpocrates, in Moscow, State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, I.1.a 5930. Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 124-7 [xlii] pl. xxii [5] 8 Fragments of faience chalices with reliefs, New Kingdom, with oxen in papyrus, in Edinburgh, Royal Museum of Scotland, 1910.101.

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183 Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 124-7 [xliii] pl. xxii [6] 8 Fragments of faience chalices with reliefs, New Kingdom, with oxen in papyrus, in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, F.1955.2.17. Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 128 [B, ii] pl. xxiii [2] Tuna. Miscellaneous. Various. iv.175A Fragment of faience flask with man with calf, New Kingdom, in Eton College, Myers Museum, 157. Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 128 [A, i] 8 Fragments of faience vases with reliefs, New Kingdom, with Bes and monkeys, in Berlin, gyptisches Museum (destroyed). Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 128 [A, ii] 8 Fragments of faience vases with reliefs, New Kingdom, with Bes and dancing, in London, Petrie Mus. 16152. Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 128 [B, i] pl. xxiii [1] 8 Fragments of faience vases with reliefs, New Kingdom, with calves in papyrus, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 17.194.2260. Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 128 [B, iii] pl. xxiii [3] 8 Fragments of faience vases with reliefs, New Kingdom, with marsh scene, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 26.7.976. Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 129 [B, iv] pl. xxiii [4] 8 Fragments of faience vases with reliefs, New Kingdom, with young prince, in Turin, Museo Egizio, Supp. 1417. Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 129 [C, i] pl. xxiii [5] 8 Fragments of faience vases with reliefs, New Kingdom, with goats and trees, in London, British Museum, EA 26305. Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 129 [C, ii] pl. xxiii [6] 8 Fragments of faience vases with reliefs, New Kingdom, with ibexes and birds, in London, British Museum, EA. 26306.
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184 Tait in JEA 49 (1963), 129 [C, iii] pl. xxiii [7] 8 Fragments of faience vases with reliefs, New Kingdom, with prisoners carried and chariot, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 59.422. see ern in JEA 49 (1963), 173 Thebes. Objects. Stelae. i2.804 Title (astronomer) from stela of Tetiankh, Dyn. XII, in Florence, Museo Archeologico, 6371. see Aldred in JEA 49 (1963), 176-8 Valley of the Kings. KV 56, Gold Tomb. i2.567 Suggestion about original burial. see Plumley in JEA 50 (1964), 4 Qasr Ibrm. Church. . vii.94A Meroitic stela of Queen Amanishakhete and Prince Akinidad, found re-used. Plumley in JEA 50 (1964), 4, 5 pl. i [3] Qasr Ibrm. Church and Fort. . vii.94A Stela Amenophis I from W. Crypt, in London, British Museum, EA 1835. Plumley in JEA 50 (1964), 4, 5 pl. ii [3] Qasr Ibrm. Church and Fort. . vii.94A View of S. fortifications. see Plumley in JEA 50 (1964), 5 Qasr Ibrm. Fort. . vii.94A Small obelisk of Hatshepsut, red granite, found re-used in stairway east of the Podium, in London, British . Museum, EA 1834. see Schenkel, W. in JEA 50 (1964), 6-12 Armant. Miscellaneous. v.160A Stela of Mentuhotep, temp. Sesostris I, in London, Petrie Mus. 14333. Kitchen in JEA 50 (1964), 48-62 cf. 63-7 pls. iii-vi figs. 1-5 [A-C, E-G] Luxor Temple. Outside Walls. E. Side. ii2.335(215)
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185 Two registers, wars of Ramesses II. Caminos in JEA 50 (1964), 71-101 pls. vii-x Karnak. Forecourt. Fd. near Triple Shrine. ii2.27 Stela with adoption text of Nitocris, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 36327. Emery in JEA 51 (1965), 3-4 cf. 6 pl. ii [1] Saqqra. . iii2.393 Aerial view of N. part of Saqqra. . Emery in JEA 51 (1965), 3-4 cf. 6 pl. ii [2] Saqqra. . iii2.825 Frieze of statues, Old Kingdom, restored in Late Period, above S. Ibis Galls. see Emery in JEA 51 (1965), 4 bottom Saqqra. North of the Step Pyramid. . iii2.447-8 Description of S 3509, Hetepka. see Emery in JEA 51 (1965), 4 bottom pl. iii [3, 4] Saqqra. North of the Step Pyramid. . Omit. Views of S 3508, 3510. see Emery in JEA 51 (1965), 4 bottom pl. iv [3] Saqqra. North of the Step Pyramid. . iii2.447-8 View of vestibule of S 3509 at (c). see Emery in JEA 51 (1965), 4 bottom pl. iv [4] Saqqra. North of the Step Pyramid. . iii2.447-8 View of S 3509 at (11)-(14). Emery in JEA 51 (1965), 4, 6-7 figs. 1, 2 Saqqra. N. Group. . iii2.825 Ibis Galls. Description with section and plan. Emery in JEA 51 (1965), 3-7 pl. iii [2] Saqqra. N. Group. .
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186 iii2.825 Ibis Galls. Views of S. Ibis Gall. Emery in JEA 51 (1965), 3-7 pl. iv [1] Saqqra. N. Group. . iii2.825 Ibis Galls. Views of S. Ibis Gall. Emery in JEA 51 (1965), 3-7 pl. iii [3, 4] Saqqra. N. Group. . Omit. Old Kingdom Tombs. Views of S 3508, 3510 Emery in JEA 51 (1965), 3-7 pl. iv [3, 4] Saqqra. N. Group. . iii2.447 S 3509, Hetepka. Reliefs and false door. Emery in JEA 51 (1965), 4 [bottom] Saqqra. N. Group. . iii2.447 S 3509, Hetepka. Description. Emery in JEA 51 (1965), 4 pl. iv [2] Saqqra. N. Group. . iii2.825 Ibis Catacomb. Ibis mummies. Emery in JEA 51 (1965), 4 pl. v Saqqra. N. Group. . iii2.825 Ibis Catacomb. Wrappings. Seton-Williams in JEA 51 (1965), 11-15 fig. 1 Tell el-Faran. Town. (Site C) iv.45A Description of limestone building and block of Sesonchis III. Seton-Williams in JEA 51 (1965), 11-15 pl. vi Tell el-Faran. Town. (Site C) iv.45A Plan of site. Seton-Williams in JEA 51 (1965), 11-15 pl. vii
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187 Tell el-Faran. Town. (Site C) iv.45A Views of site C. Seton-Williams in JEA 51 (1965), 11-15 pl. viii [1] Tell el-Faran. Town. (Site C) iv.45A Unfinished head, Dyn. XXX. Seton-Williams in JEA 51 (1965), 11-15 pl. viii [3] Tell el-Faran. Town. (Site C) iv.45A Block of Tent... , Chief of the Ma, Dyn. XXII. Edwards, I. E. S. in JEA 51 (1965), 17-19 pl. ix [1] D. el-Bahri. Dyn. XI Temple. Hypostyle, etc. (Dufferin excavations) . ii2.392 Statue of Amun, now in Hanover, Kestner-Museum, formerly in Bloomfield Hills, Cranford Academy 1938.28. Edwards, I. E. S. in JEA 51 (1965), 18-19 pl. ix [2] D. el-Bahri. Dyn. XI Temple. Hypostyle, etc. (Dufferin excavations) . ii2.392 Fragment of statue Mentuhotep (Nebhepetre), in Marquess of Dufferin and Ava colln. . . Edwards, I. E. S. in JEA 51 (1965), 19 note 3 pl. ix [3] D. el-Bahri. Dyn. XI Temple. Hypostyle, etc. (Dufferin excavations) . ii2.392 Fragment of column of Mentuhotep (Nebhepetre), in Marquess of Dufferin and Ava colln. . Edwards, I. E. S. in JEA 51 (1965), 17-22 pl. ix [4] D. el-Bahri. Dyn. XI Temple. Hypostyle, etc. (Dufferin excavations) . ii2.391 Plan and description of excavations. Edwards, I. E. S. in JEA 51 (1965), 20-1 pl. x [1] D. el-Bahri. Dyn. XI Temple. Hypostyle, etc. (Dufferin excavations) . ii2.392 Granite offering table of King. Edwards, I. E. S. in JEA 51 (1965), 22 [1] pl. x [2] Deir el-Bahri. Dyn. XI Temple. Finds. Stelae. . ii2.395 Stela of Nesumontu, Dyn. XI, in Marquess of Dufferin and Ava colln.
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188 Edwards, I. E. S. in JEA 51 (1965), 22-4 [2] pl. xi [1] Theban Necropolis. Objects from Thebes. Stelae. i2.812A Fragment, official (name lost), temp. Antef (Wahankh) and Antef (Nekhtneb-tepnufer), in Marquess of Dufferin and Ava colln. Edwards, I. E. S. in JEA 51 (1965), 24-5 [3] pl. x [3] 803-057-800 Round-topped donation stela (bottom part lost), Amosis offering wine to Amun-Re lord of the Thrones of the Two Lands, with text mentioning the south-eastern border of land donated by a Maker of ornaments, Overseer of goldworkers (name lost), temp. Amosis, in Marquess of Dufferin and Ava colln. in 1965. Edwards, I. E. S. in JEA 51 (1965), 25-6 [4] pl. xi [2] 803-059-600 Lower part of stela of Nufer, wab-priest, with autobiographical text in which he describes himself as a scribe and physician and mentions the death of Ahmosi Nefertere (mother of Amosis, mother of Amenophis I), early Dyn. XVIII, in Marquess of Dufferin and Ava colln. in 1965. Edwards, I. E. S. in JEA 51 (1965), 27 [6] pl. xii [1] 803-034-250 Stela fragment with text mentioning Iu...hetepi, Greatest of the tens of Upper Egypt, and wife Imdjed, Servant of the rulers table, and remains of two registers, legs of three people, and man, wife and three children before two persons, Dyn. XII, in Marquess of Dufferin and Ava colln. in 1965. Edwards, I. E. S. in JEA 51 (1965), 27 [7] pl. xii [4] 804-050-149 Probably temple relief, offerings consisting of cranes, geese and a trussed ox, Dyn. XVIII, formerly in Marquess of Dufferin and Ava colln., then at Christies in 1937. (Another fragment of the scene in the same colln.) see Edwards, I. E. S. in JEA 51 (1965), 27 [8] 800-701-850 Base with feet of a triad, probably a king beloved of [Khnum], a queen beloved of Satis and another woman, black granite, probably New Kingdom, in Marquess of Dufferin and Ava colln. Edwards, I. E. S. in JEA 51 (1965), 27 [9] pl. xii [3] 804-050-150 Probably temple block with remains of nine columns of text mentioning building a temple and the god Ptah, and an expedition to Nubia (T3-stj), sandstone, New Kingdom, probably in Marquess of Dufferin and Ava colln. in 1965. see Edwards, I. E. S. in JEA 51 (1965), 28 [12] (name and title) 804-055-098 Tomb relief, Pentawer, ... of the temple of Amun, in adoration before squatting hawk-headed ReTopographical Bibliography of Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphic Texts, Statues, Stelae, Reliefs and Paintings Griffith Institute, Sackler Library, 1 St John Street, Oxford OX1 2LG, United Kingdom griffith.institute@orinst.ox.ac.uk

189 Harakhti and Nephthys, sandstone, Dyn. XIX-XX, probably in Marquess of Dufferin and Ava colln. in 1965. Edwards, I. E. S. in JEA 51 (1965), 28 [13] pl. xii [2] Qasr Ibrm. Various. . vii.94A Fragment with cartouche of Taharqa, in Marquess of Dufferin and Ava colln. Edwards, I. E. S. in JEA 51 (1965), 19 note 4, 21-2, 26 [5], 27 [10] pl. xii [5] Deir el-Bahri. Dyn. XI Temple. Hypostyle etc. . ii2.392 Blocks built into walls, including one with sphinxes, and one with part of cartouche of Mentu-user, in Marquess of Dufferin and Ava colln. see Edwards, I. E. S. in JEA 51 (1965), 20 with n. 1 Deir el-Bahari. Dyn. XI Temple. Hypostyle, etc. (Dufferin excavations) . Omit. Stamped cloth (from coffin?). see Edwards, I. E. S. in JEA 51 (1965), 21 Deir el-Bahari. Dyn. XI Temple. Hypostyle, etc. (Dufferin excavations) . ii2.392 Altar Mentuhotep (Nebhepetre). see Edwards, I. E. S. in JEA 51 (1965), 21 Deir el-Bahari. Dyn. XI Temple. Hypostyle, etc. (Dufferin excavations) . ii2.392 Libation tank dedicated by Ahmosi-Nefertere. Edwards, I. E. S. in JEA 51 (1965), 18 with n. 3, 19 Deir el-Bahri. Dyn. XI Temple. Hypostyle, etc. . ii2.392 Altar of Antef (Nubkheperre), in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 67857. see Edwards, I. E. S. in JEA 51 (1965), 19 with n. 5 Theban Necropolis. D.B. Mentuhotp Temple area. Pit 15. i2.657A Alabaster sarcophagus of Queem Tem, from Dufferin excavations. see Edwards, I. E. S. in JEA 51 (1965), 20 n. 3 Deir el-Bahri. Dyn. XI Temple. Hypostyle, etc. . ii2.392 Offering table of the King, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 23248.

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190 Simpson in JEA 51 (1965), 63-8 pl. xiv Abydos. Cemetery E. of Garstang. Various. v.67A Upper part stela of Amenuser, temp. Amenemhet III, in possession of Mrs Josephine H. Fisher of Detroit, . U.S.A. Lawrence in JEA 51 (1965), 73-6 pl. xv [2] Buhen. Main Fort. vii.129A View of Middle Kingdom fortifications. Habachi in JEA 51 (1965), 124-5 [1-4] figs. 1, 2 pl. xvii [1-3] Siheil. Rock Texts. Lesser Texts. v.253A Scenes of Pendjerti, once with Pakheru, temp. Ramesses V. Habachi in JEA 51 (1965), 125 [5] pl. xvii [4] (= de Morgan, 128 [12 upper]) Aswn. West bank. Rock-Texts. Tingar Rock v.242A Text of Pendjerti, temp. Ramesses V. Habachi in JEA 51 (1965), 125 [6] fig. 3 Aswn. West Bank. Rock Texts, N. of Path to St. Simeon. v.242A Pendjerti adoring, temp. Ramesses V. Habachi in JEA 51 (1965), 126-7 [10] pl. xvii [5] (= de Morgan, 128 No. 13) Aswn. West Bank. Tingar Rock. v.242A Rock texts of Nebwenenef and others. Habachi in JEA 51 (1965), 126-7 [7-9, 11, 12] figs. 4, 5 pl. xviii [1] Siheil. Rock Texts. Lesser Texts. v.253A Five of Nebwenenef, once with wife, temp. Ramesses V. Habachi in JEA 51 (1965), 126-7 [10] pl. xvii [5] Aswn. West Bank. Tingar Rock. v.242A Rock text of Nebwenenef, temp. Ramesses V. Habachi in JEA 51 (1965), 128-30 [13] fig. 6 pl. xviii [2] (= de Morgan, No. 220) Siheil. Rock Texts. Lesser Texts. v.253A
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191 Large scene with Pendjerti and family adoring, temp. Ramesses V. see Habachi in JEA 51 (1965), 130-6 Thebes. TT 324, Hatiay. i2.395A Father is Pendjerti, and date temp. Ramesses VI-VII. Giveon in JEA 51 (1965), 202-3 fig. 1 [a, b] Palestine. Tell el-Sfi. Tell Zafit. . vii.372A Clay sealing with prenomen of Khyan. Emery in JEA 52 (1966), fig. 1 on 4 Saqqra. Serapeum. N. Group. . iii2.821 Plan. Emery in JEA 52 (1966), 3-6 fig. 2 Saqqra. North Group. South Ibis galleries with Asklepeion. . iii2.825 Plan and description. Emery in JEA 52 (1966), 5 pls. i [3], iv [1-3] Saqqra. North Group. South Ibis galleries with Asklepeion. . iii2.825 Views of entrance to South Ibis galleries. Emery in JEA 52 (1966), 5 pl. i [4] Saqqra. North Group. South Ibis galleries with Asklepeion. . iii2.825 View of nine statues in niches, Old Kingdom Emery in JEA 52 (1966), 5 pl. ii, [1, 2] Saqqra. North Group. South Ibis galleries with Asklepeion. . iii2.825 Galleries with ibis burials in situ. Emery in JEA 52 (1966), 5 pl. iii [3, 4] Saqqra. North Group. South Ibis galleries with Asklepeion. . Omit. Views of mastaba S 3517. Emery in JEA 52 (1966), 6, 8 fig. 4 Saqqra. North Group. South Ibis galleries with Asklepeion. .
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192 iii2.825 Wrappings. Emery in JEA 52 (1966), 6-7 fig. 3 cf. fig. 1 Saqqra. Archaic Cemetery. Royal Cemetery. . Omit. Empty mastaba S 3077 with plan and section. Plumley in JEA 52 (1966), 9, 12 pl. iv [1] Qasr Ibrm. Various. . vii.94A Block with four men, re-used, Middle Kingdom Plumley in JEA 52(1966), 9, 12 pl. iv [3] Qasr Ibrm. Various. . vii.94A Lion of Meroitic King Amanslo. see Kemp in JEA 52 (1966), 13-22 pls. vii, viii Abydos. Umm el-Qaab. Royal Tombs. v.78A Discussion and comparison with Saqqra, etc. . Simpson in JEA 52 (1966), 39-52 pl. ix Nagaa el-Deir. Cemetery N. 3500. Tomb 3737. Omit. Papyrus with Letters to the Dead from tomb of Mereru (v.26A), in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 38.2121. Caminos in JEA 52 (1966), 65-70 pls. xiii-xv Qasr Ibrm. Rock Texts. South of Fort. . vii.94A Stela of Sethos I reproduced from Talbot, The Talbotype [etc.]. Seton-Williams in JEA 52 (1966), 168 pl. xxxvii [1, 2] Tell el-Faraan. Temple Enclosure. Finds. iv.45A Granite royal head, Late Period Seton-Williams in JEA 52 (1966), 168 pl. xxxvii [3, 4] Tell el-Faraan. Temple Enclosure. Finds. iv.45A Limestone torso, Saite.

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193 Seton-Williams in JEA 52 (1966), 168 pl. xxxviii [1] Tell el-Faraan. Temple Enclosure. Finds. iv.45A Fragmentary inscription. see Simpson in JEA 52 (1966), 174 Abydos. Cemetery E. of Garstang. Various. v.67A Upper part of stela of Amenuser, temp. Amenemhet III, in possession of Mrs Josephine H. Fisher. . see Aldred in JEA 52 (1966), 188 Ashmunein. Pylon of Ramesses II. Re-used aAmarna reliefs. iv.168A Block, perhaps Queen kissing princess Merytaten but more probably Merytaten kissing her daughter Merytaten-Tasherit, in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 60.197.8. Plumley in JEA 53 (1967), 3-5 fig. 1 pls. i. ii [1, 2] Qasr Ibrm. Fort. . vii.94A Plan of East Staircase and views. Lipinska in JEA 53 (1967), 25-6 [1-2, 4-6] Der el-Bahri. Temple of Amun. Temp. Tuthmosis III. . ii2.378-9 Texts from columns and wall fragments. Lipinska in JEA 53 (1967), 25 [3] Der el-Bahri. Temple of Amun. Temp. Tuthmosis III. . ii2.378-9 Text from North jamb of granite doorway. Lipinska in JEA 53 (1967), 26 [7] Der el-Bahri. Temple of Amun. Temp. Tuthmosis III. . ii2.378-9 Texts from black granite statue of Tuthmosis III. Lipinska in JEA 53 (1967), 26 [8] Der el-Bahri. Temple of Amun. Temp. Tuthmosis III. . ii2.378-9 Texts from red granite statue of Tuthmosis III. see Lipinska in JEA 53 (1967), 27 Theban Necropolis. Draa Ab el-Nagaa. Finds. i2.613A
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194 Mention of founding of Djeserakhet on left jamb of Rau, temp. Tuthmosis III, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 26.2.54.5. see Lipinska in JEA 53 (1967), 27 Deir el-Bahri. Buildings of Tuthmosis III. . ii2.381 Zeserakhet in texts of foundation deposits in various museums. see Lipinska in JEA 53 (1967), 27 n. 13 Deir el-Bahri. Buildings of Tuthmosis III. . ii2.378 Foundation deposit from Causeway Bark Shrine. see Lipinska in JEA 53 (1967), 30-1 Deir el-Bahri. Temple of Amun. Temp. Tuthmosis III. . ii2.378 Name of temple. see Lipinska in JEA 53 (1967), 31 with n. 1, 31-2 with n. 2 Theban Temples. Objects. Various. ii2.536 Foundation deposits of Tuthmosis III in Djesermenu, one in Chicago IL, Oriental Institute Museum, 18799-18824, one in Durham, Oriental Museum, N. 975-6. see Lipinska in JEA 53 (1967), 32, 33 Deir el-Bahri. Temple of Tuthmosis III. . ii2.378 Called Djeserakhet. Stewart in JEA 53 (1967), 34, 36 pl. ii [1] Thebes. Objects. Statues. i2.789A Sankhamun, Dyn. XVIII, in London, British Museum, EA 21980. Stewart in JEA 53 (1967), 35, 37 pl. iv [1] Thebes. Objects. Statues. i2.789A Amenemhab, Dyn. XVIII, in London, British Museum, EA 29944. . Stewart, H. M. in JEA 53 (1967), 34, 36 pl. iii [2] 801-633-435 Statue of Sennuter, ... of the king, kneeling with a stela, mid-Dyn. XVIII, in London, British Museum, EA 65340.

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195 Stewart, H. M. in JEA 53 (1967), 35, 36-7 pl. iii [3] 801-633-425 Statue of Amenemopet, Chief steward of the King, Leader of the festival of Amun, kneeling with a stela, black granite, mid-Dyn. XVIII, in London, British Museum, EA 26270. Stewart, H. M. in JEA 53 (1967), 35, 37 pl. iv [2] 801-622-725 Statue of Userhet standing with a stela, sandstone, mid-Dyn. XVIII, in London, British Museum, EA 2294. Stewart, H. M. in JEA 53 (1967), 35, 37-8 pl. iv [3] 801-633-415 Statue of Khaemweset, Efficient agent of his lord, kneeling with a stela, Dyn. XIX, in London, British Museum, EA 1305. Ruffle in JEA 53 (1967), 39-41 pl. v Thebes. Objects. Statues. i2.783A Bust from double-statue, probably temp. Amenophis III (or perhaps late Dyn. XVIII), in Birmingham, City Museum and Art Gallery, 69.96. Ruffle, J. in JEA 53 (1967), 41-4 [2] pl. vi 803-047-500 Round-topped stela, two registers, I, son Kawi libating before seated Nebiotef, wab-priest, and wife Djehuti, on right, and on left, seated Kaai and wife Djehuti, II, two brothers and three sisters before [left uncarved], and below, three lines of offering text invoking Horus the Behdetite and Osiris in Behdet on behalf of Nebiotef, Kaai and Kawi (dedicator of the stela), mid-Dyn. XVIII, in Birmingham, City Museum and Art Gallery, 70.96. (Probably from Edfu.) Ruffle, J. in JEA 53 (1967), 44-5 [3] pl. vii [1] 801-643-100 Block statuette of Metji, Overseer of craftsmen(?) of [Amun], etc., headless, dedicated by son Itefnufer, probably temp. Amenophis III, in Birmingham, City Museum and Art Gallery, 243.33. Ruffle, J. in JEA 53 (1967), 45-6 pl. vii [2] Saqqra. Objects from Tombs. Reliefs. iii2.751A Block from funerary procession with priests and female mourners, probably late Dyn. XVIII, in Birmingham, City Museum and Art Gallery, 688.66. Jacquet-Gordon in JEA 53 (1967), 63-8 pl. xi Abydos. Miscellaneous. Stelae. v.204A Fragment, Peshedubaste, temp. Osorkon I (formerly called year 36, but date is lost), in London, Petrie Museum, 14496.
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196 Gray in JEA 53 (1967), 75 pl. xiii [1, 2] 8 Coffins and mummy, Late Period, formerly in Baron D. V. Denon colln., 241-3, in Newcastle-uponTyne, Hancock Museum. Gray in JEA 53 (1967), 77-8 pl. xv [1] Thebes. Objects. Coffins. i2.831A Outer coffin and cartonnage of Beketenhor, daughter of Nekhtefmut, in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Hancock . Museum. Emery in JEA 53 (1967), 142-3 figs. 1, 2 pls. xix, xx Saqqra. Serapeum North Group. . iii2.821 Account of excavation 1966-7 with key plan of North Group, and plans and section of Temple of Nektanebos II. Emery in JEA 53 (1967), 141-5 pls. xxii, [1, 2, 4] Saqqra. Serapeum North Group. . iii2.821 Demotic graffiti on blocks, votive stela and offering table. see Emery in JEA 53 (1967), 143 Saqqra. Serapeum North Group. Temple of Nektanebo II. Finds. . iii2.824 Fragments of wooden shrine of Amasis, in Toronto, Royal Ontario Museum, 969.137.2. see Emery in JEA 53 (1967), 143 Saqqra. Serapeum North Group. Temple of Nektanebos II. Finds. . iii2.821 Lower part of seated statue, diorite, Dyn. III, in London, British Museum, EA 67154. see Emery in JEA 53 (1967), 143 [near bottom] (as Tuthmosis II) Saqqra. Serapeum North Group. Temple of Nektanebos II. Finds. . iii2.821 Torso and legs of statue of Sesonchis V, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.6.1969. see Emery in JEA 53 (1967), 143 (as Ramesses IX) Saqqra. Serapeum North Group. Temple of Nektanebos II. Finds. . iii2.824 Furniture fragment of Ramesses XI, wood, in London, Petrie Museum, 30629. Emery in JEA 53 (1967), 143(b) pls. xxi [2], xxii [5] Saqqra. Temple of Nektanebos II. Finds. .
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197 iii2.823 Jackal statue, Late Period, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 69.105. Emery in JEA 53 (1967), 143(a) pls. xxii [6] Saqqra. Temple of Nektanebos II. Finds. . iii2.823 Jackal statue, Late Period, in London, Petrie Museum, 30565. Emery in JEA 53 (1967), pl. xxi [4, right] Saqqra. Temple of Nektanebos II. Finds. . iii2.822 Statue of [Pede]atum (?), Late Period, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.8.1969. Emery in JEA 53 (1967), pl. xxii [3] Saqqra. Serapeum, North Group. Temple of Nektanebos II. Finds. . iii2.824 Panel, man and two gods in relief, wd. Late Period, in Birmingham, City Museum and Art Gallery, 442.69. Emery in JEA 53 (1967), 143 pls. xxiii [1, 2], cf. xxi [1] Saqqra. Temple of Nektanebos II. Finds. . iii2.822 Statue of Bekennanefu, kneeling with naos of Ptah, schist, late Dyn. XXVI or Dyn. XXVII, in Toronto, . Royal Ontario Museum, 969.137.1. Emery in JEA 53 (1967), 143 pls. xxiii [3], xxi [4, left] Saqqra. Temple of Nektanebos II. Finds. . iii2.822 Statue, man holding figure of Ptah, wood, 3rd Int. Period, in London, British Museum, 67138. . Emery in JEA 53 (1967), 143 pl. xxiii [4] Saqqra. Serapeum, North Group. Temple of Nektanebos II. Finds. . iii2.824 Standing sphinx, wood, Late Period, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 91111. Emery in JEA 53 (1967), 143 pl. xxiii [5] Saqqra. Serapeum, North Group. Temple of Nektanebos II. Finds. . iii2.822 Man holding figure of Ptah, wd., Dyn. XXVI, in Cairo, Egypian Museum, JE 91115. . Emery in JEA 53 (1967), 143 pl. xxiv [1] Saqqra. Serapeum, North Group. Temple of Nektanebos II. Finds. . iii2.822 Statue of Pentashendyt kneeling with Osiris statue, Dyn. XXVI-XXVII, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE
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198 91113. Emery in JEA 53 (1967), 143 pl. xxiv [2] on xxi [4, middle] Saqqra. Serapeum, North Group. Temple of Nektanebos II. Finds. . iii2.821 Statue of Kanufer squatting with figure of Ptah, wood, Late Period, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 91118. . Emery in JEA 53 (1967), 143 pl. xxiv [3] Saqqra. Serapeum, North Group. Temple of Nektanebos II. Finds. . iii2.822 Osiris seated, dedicated by (Pe)dubaste-wer, schist, Late Period, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 91116. Emery in JEA 53 (1967), pl. xxv [2] Saqqra. Sacred Animal Complexes. Finds from Temple. . iii2.825A Bronze situla of Harkhebi, Dyn. XXX or early Ptolemaic, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 91134. . Emery in JEA 53 (1967), pl. xxv [3] Saqqra. Serapeum North Group. Temple of Nektanebos II. Finds. . iii2.824 Wooden panel, King offering to Isis and Harpocrates, Late Period, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 91103. Emery in JEA 53 (1967), 143 pl. xxv [5] Saqqra. Serapeum North Group. Temple of Nektanebos II. Finds. . iii2.823 Uraeus supporting pillar, of Ramesses II, blue glass, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 91117. Emery in JEA 53 (1967), 143 pl. xxvi [1, 2] Saqqra. Serapeum North Group. Temple of Nektanebos II. Finds. . iii2.824 White crown flanked by human arms, wood, probably Late Period, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 91110. Emery in JEA 53 (1967), 145 facing pl. xxvi [3] Saqqra. Serapeum North Group. Temple of Nektanebos II. Finds. . iii2.823 Bust of goddess, schist, Late Period Emery in JEA 53 (1967), 143 pl. xxvi [5] Saqqra. Serapeum North Group. Temple of Nektanebos II. Finds. . iii2.823 Head of lioness, wood, Late Period Seton-Williams in JEA 53 (1967), 146-9 fig. 1 pl. xxvii Tell el-Faran. Town.
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199 iv.45A Fragments of statues, one with cartouches of Ramesses II, from Site B. Seton-Williams in JEA 53 (1967), 146-9 fig. 1 pl. xxviii [2] Tell el-Faran. Town. iv.45A Prodynastic cylinder-seal of Seka, n of Dep. Thomas in JEA 53 (1967), 162 fig. 1 Thebes. Valley of the Queens. QV 33, Tanedjemt. i2.751A View showing corner of left and end walls with cartouche. Janssen, Jac. J. in JEA 53 (1967), 163-4 Karnak. Monthu Enclosure. Temple of Maet. ii2.13(40) Text of Unnufer, Vizier, and father Montuhirhetef. see Stewart, H. M. in JEA 53 (1967), 164 801-633-415 Statue of Khaemweset, Efficient agent of his lord, kneeling with a stela, Dyn. XIX, in London, British Museum, EA 1305. see Bennett in JEA 53 (1967), 165-6 8 Painted coffin with scenes, Late Period, in Colchester, Hollytrees Museum. Emery in JEA 54 (1968), 11-13 pls. ii-iii figs. 1, 2 Saqqra. Royal Cemetery. Dyn. I. S 3070. . Omit. Plan, sections, and views. Posener in JEA 54 (1968), 67-70 pls. viii, xi, xiA Het-nub. Main Quarry P. . iv.238A Fragment stela of Sebekhotep, year 22 of Sesostris I, joining fragment published previously, both with dealer. Barns in JEA 54 (1968), 71-6 pls. x, xi 8 Writing-board with hieratic text, Hyksos Period, probably from Carnarvon excavations at Thebes, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1964.489 a, b. Curtis and Mancini in JEA 54 (1968), 77-81 pls. xii, xiii
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200 Thebes. TT 8. Kha. i2.16A Details of coffins, mummy, etc., in Turin, Museo Egizio. Curtis and Mancini in JEA 54 (1968), 77-81 [4] pl. xiii [1] Thebes. TT 8. Kha. i2.18A Mask of Meryt, in Turin, Museo Egizio, Supp. 8473. Vandier in JEA 54 (1968), 89-94 pls. xv, xvi fig. 1 Mendes. Miscellaneous. Statues. iv.36A Kneeling statue of Ibeba, high-priest of Mendes, temp. Ay, in Paris, Muse National duLouvre, E. 25429. see Vandier in JEA 54 (1968), 94 n. 2 Rizeiqt. Dahamsha, near Mahmd. v.161A Block-statue of Yy, temp. Ay, in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 66.174.1. Aldred in JEA 54 (1968), 100-3 figs. 1-4 pl. xvii [1] Tell Basta. Miscellaneous. . iv.34A Block used as weight, Haremhab and Ramesses I, in Edinburgh, Royal Museum of Scotland, 1965.318. . . Desroches-Noblecourt in JEA 54 (1968), 82-8 pl. xix fig. 2 8 Fragment of lid of ivory box, girl (or young prince) picking grapes, temp. Amenophis IV or Tutankhamun, in Paris, Muse du Louvre, E. 14374. Aldred in JEA 54 (1968), 103-6 fig. 5 Dendara Site. Miscellaneous. Statues. v.115A Text from statue of Queen Mutnedjemt (formerly thought to be Queen Mutemwia), seen in Forecourt of Great Temple. see Habachi in JEA 54 (1968), 107-111 Thebes. TT 282, Nakht. Ramesside. i2.364A Now corrected to Inhertnakht, temp. Ramesses II, correction of name, and names of parents. see Habachi in JEA 54 (1968), 112 [top] Thebes. TT 282, Nakht. Ramesside. i2.364A Now connected to Inhertnakht, temp. Ramesses II, name and title of father Nekhtmin from loose
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201 fragments. see Habachi in JEA 54 (1968), 111 (=Steindorff, Aniba, ii, pl. 12 [49]) aAniba. Town. Temple of Horus of Miaam. v.81A Stela with bark of Amun, ded. by [Inhertnakht], temp. Ramesses II. Habachi in JEA 54 (1968), 110-111 figs. 2, 3 pl. xvii [2, 3] Siheil. Rock Texts. Containing Royal Names. v.251A Texts of Inhertnakht and Amenemopet, temp. Ramesses II. . Habachi in JEA 54 (1968), 112 fig. 4 Ancient Road. Rock Texts. With Royal Names. v.247A Nekhtmin before Ramesses II. Brunner, H. in JEA 54 (1968), 129-33 pls. xix [1], xx (latter from Alticchiero) 801-643-750 Block-statue of Parahotep (also Rahotep), Governor of the Town and Vizier, etc., with figures of Maet of Per-Rameses, Ptah, Osiris and the Sons of Horus in relief, granite, temp. Ramesses II, formerly in A. Quirini colln. in Villa Alticchiero, Padua, now in Bellagio, Lago di Como, Villa Melzi. Brunner, H. in JEA 54 (1968), 133-4 [iv] pl. xix [2] 802-120-330 Statue of lion-headed goddess, probably Sekhmet, lower legs and parts of arms lost, grey granite, probably temp. Amenophis III, in Bellagio, Lago di Como, Villa Melzi. (Probably from temple of Mut at Karnak.) Clre, J. J. in JEA 54 (1968), 135-8, 142-5 pl. xxi fig. 1 (as black granite) 801-643-120 Block statuette of Minmosi, First prophet of Onuris, etc., son of Hor (elsewhere Hori), First prophet of Onuris, etc., with cartouche of Ramesses II, granodiorite, temp. Ramesses II, in Brighton, Art Gallery and Museum, Af.202. Cler in JEA 54 (1968), 138-41 pls. xxii, xxiii, 145-8 fig. 2 Mt Rahna. Miscellaneous. Statues. iii2.865 Block statue of Piay, temp. Ramesses II, in possession of Albert Husson of Lyon. Janssen, Jac. J. in JEA 54 (1968), 165-172 pl. xxv El-Dakhla Oasis. Mt el-Kharb. Temple. vii.296A Hieratic donation stela of Esdjehut, year 24 of probably Piankhy, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1894.107.b.
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202 Moss in JEA 54 (1968), 173-4 pl. xxvi Theban Necropolis. Objects. Coffins. i2.827A Outer coffin of Pedeamun, Late Period, formerly in Gloucester, City Museum, now in Liverpool, Liverpool Museum, 53.72.1.2, and description of other coffins. Moss in JEA 54 (1968), 174-5 pl. xxvii [1-4 ( 2, 4 Montfaucon copies of Kebehsennuf and Duamutef)] Canopic-jars of Ahmosi, son of Pedeptah, Late Period 8 Two in Lady Lever Art Gallery (Imset, Kebehsennuf), one in Avignon, Muse Calvet 115 (D uamutef), one . in Paris, Muse du Louvre, E. 13137 (Hepy). see De Meulenaere in JEA 54 (1968), 183 El Mahalla el-Kubra. Built in blocks. iv.42A Block from granite sarcophagus of Tashenesi, mother of Amasis, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 71898. De Meulenaere, H. in JEA 54 (1968), 183-4 pl. xxix [1] Back 801-780-070 Upper part of statue of Tash(en)esi, Mother of the King of Upper and Lower Egypt (Amasis), upper part, grey granite, temp. Amasis, in London, British Museum, EA 775. see De Meulenaere, H. in JEA 54 (1968), 184 n. 3 800-832-050 Two fragments of headless sphinx of Amasis, in Alexandria, Graeco-Roman Museum, 11235, 11290. see De Meulenaere in JEA 54 (1968), 184-5 8 Three canopic jars of Princess Tashenesi, Dyn. XXII-XXV, in Vatican, Museo Gregoriano Egizio, 149-51. see De Meulenaere in JEA 54 (1968), 185 8 Four canopic-jars of Tashenesi, dau. of Amasis, in Leningrad, 808 (Imset), Oxford, Ashmolean (Queens College, 325) (Hepy), Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, R.55 (Duamutef), and Hayez colln. (Kebehsennuf). De Meulenaere, H. in JEA 54 (1968), 186 pl. xxix [2, 3] 802-002-540 Statuette of Amun-Re lord of the Thrones of the Two Lands seated, dedicated by Ankhnesneferbre, Songstress of the interior of Amun, and Neitikert, [First] prophetess of Amun, daughter of Amasis and Ankhnesneferbre, Divine adoratress, bronze, temp. Amasis, in Chicago IL, Oriental Institute Museum, 10584.

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203 Seton-Williams in JEA 55 (1969), 5-12 figs. 1-2 Tell el-Faran. Temple Area (Site B). iv.45A Description and plans. Seton-Williams in JEA 55 (1969), 5-12 pl. i Tell el-Faran. Temple Area (Site B). iv.45A Views. Seton-Williams in JEA 55 (1969), 5-12 pl. iii [1, 2] Tell el-Faran. Temple Area (Site B). iv.45A Bust of prophet of Horus [temp. Amasis]. Seton-Williams in JEA 55 (1969), 5-12 pl. iii [3] Tell el-Faran. Temple Area (Site B). iv.45A Fragment with stars. Seton-Williams in JEA 55 (1969), 5-12 pl. iii [4] Tell el-Faran. Temple Area (Site B). iv.45A Fragment with names of Pe and Dep. see Redford in JEA 55 (1969), 18-21 [4-7, 17-19, 20-2, 24] fig. 3 Tell el-Faran. Temple Area (Site B). iv.45A Inscribed fragments and fragments of statues see Redford in JEA 55 (1969), 18-21 [25] Tell el-Faran. Temple Area (Site B). iv.45A Fragment with names of Pe and Dep. see Redford in JEA 55 (1969), 18-21 [26] Tell el-Faran. Temple Area (Site B). iv.45A Fragment of bowl with Horus-name Khaemweset, in London, British Museum, EA 67157. see Redford in JEA 55 (1969), 18-21 [27] Tell el-Faran. Temple Area (Site B). iv.45A
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204 Bust of servant of Horus, temp. Amasis. see Redford in JEA 55 (1969), 22 [1] Tell el-Faran. Miscellaneous. iv.45A Relief, Harsiesi standing, Late Period (?), in Cairo, Egyptian Museum. see Redford in JEA 55 (1969), 22 [2] Tell el-Faran. Miscellaneous. iv.45A Cippus, Harshedef on crocodiles, Late Period, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum. . see Redford in JEA 55 (1969), 22 [3] Tell el-Faran. Miscellaneous. iv.45A Donation-stela Tefnakht, year 38 [of Sesonchis V], in Cairo, Egyptian Museum. see Redford in JEA 55 (1969), 22 [4] Tell el-Faran. Miscellaneous. iv.45A Statuette Buto as human-headed uraeus, Late Period, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 85638. see Redford in JEA 55 (1969), 22 [5] Tell el-Faran. Miscellaneous. iv.45A Fragment of upper part of stela with text of Amasis (?), in Cairo, Egyptian Museum. Emery in JEA 55 (1969), fig. 1 on 32 Saqqra. Serapeum. North Group. . iii2.448 n. 1, iii2.821 Plan. Emery in JEA 55 (1969), 31-3 pls. vi-viii Saqqra. North Group. Ibis Catacomb Site. . Omit. (A.iii.102) Deposit of funeral furniture found in 1968. Emery in JEA 55 (1969), pl. vi [4] Saqqra. Serapeum. North Group. Temple of Nektanebos II. Finds. . iii2.823 Baboon, faience, Late Period, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 91112. Emery in JEA 55 (1969), pl. vi [7] Saqqra. Sacred Animal complexes. C. Northern Group. Finds from Temple. .
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205 iii2.825 Bronze situla of Pedubaste, Late Period, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 91356. Emery in JEA 55 (1969), pl. vii [5, 6] Saqqra. Baboon Galleries. . iii2.826 Head of Horus, from statue of Isis suckling Horus, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 91301. Emery in JEA 55 (1969), 33 pl. viii [1-4] Saqqra. Serapeum North Group. Temple of Nektanebos II. Finds. . iii2.825 Dummy mummy of Apis-bull. Emery in JEA 55 (1969), 35 [3] pl. ix [2] Saqqra. Serapeum, North Group. Temple of Nektanebos II. . iii2.821 Upper part of two scenes, King before Apis and before [mother of Apis]. Emery in JEA 55 (1969), 34 pl. ix [3, 4] Saqqra. Serapeum, North Group. Temple of Nektanebos II. . iii2.821 Cornice-blocks with cartouches. Emery in JEA 55 (1969), 31-5 pls. x, xi Saqqra. Serapeum, North Group. Temple of Nektanebos II. . iii2.821 Views, plan and description. Aldred in JEA 55 (1969), 74 figs. 1, 2 Theban Temples. Objects. Statues. ii2.533 Fragment of lower part Amenophis III in chequered garment, formerly in magazines of Luxor Temple. Gaballa in JEA 55 (1969), 2-5 pl. xvi figs. 1-3 Karnak. Hypostyle. Exterior. South Part. ii2.58 (172) Scene at I, Ramesses II in chariot attacking forts. Gaballa in JEA 55 (1969), 85-8 pl. xvii fig. 4 Karnak. Hypostyle. Exterior. South Part. ii2.58(173) Scene, Ramesses II in chariot in I. Gaballa in JEA 55 (1969), 85-8 pl. xviii-xx figs. 5-6
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206 Karnak. Hypostyle. Exterior. South Part. ii2.58(174) Scenes, Ramesses II in chariot in I-III, left. Jacquet-Gordon, Bonnet, and Jacquet in JEA 55 (1969), 107-111 fig. 1 Island of Argo. Temple at Tabo. vii.180A Description and plan. Jacquet-Gordon, Bonnet, and Jacquet in JEA 55 (1969), 103-111 pls. xxii, xxiii [3] Island of Argo. Temple at Tabo. vii.180A Views. Jacquet-Gordon, Bonnet, and Jacquet in JEA 55 (1969), 103-111 pl. xxiii [1] Island of Argo. Temple at Tabo. vii.180A Re-used block of Dyn. XVIII. Jacquet-Gordon, Bonnet, and Jacquet in JEA 55 (1969), 103-111 pl. xxiii [2] Island of Argo. Temple at Tabo. vii.180A Block from 2nd Pylon, Dyn. XXV. Jacquet-Gordon, Bonnet, and Jacquet in JEA 55 (1969), 103-111 pl. xxiii [5, 6] Island of Argo. Temple at Tabo. vii.180A Finds in Sanctuary. Trigger in JEA 55 (1969), 117-28 pls. xxviii, xxix Qustul (and Ballana). Royal Tombs. . vii.123A Discussion, with sections of royal tombs and plans of graves. Emery in JEA 56 (1970), 5-7, with plans on pls. ii, iii Saqqra. Serapeum. North Group. . iii2.821 Plans of Temple of Nektanebos II. Emery in JEA 56 (1970), 7-9 with plan on fig. 1 and pls. xi [1, 2], xii, xiii Saqqra. Baboon Galleries. . iii2.826 Description, plan and views.

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207 Emery in JEA 56 (1970), 8 pl. xiv [1] Saqqra. Baboon Galleries. . iii2.826 Statue, Isis suckling Horus, Late Period (?), in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 91301. Emery in JEA 56 (1970), 8 pl. xiv [2, 3] Saqqra. Baboon Galleries. . iii2.826 Two baboons, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, and New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1971.51. Emery in JEA 56 (1970), pl. XIV [lower left] (called 4) Saqqra. Serapeum. North Group. Temple of Nektanebos II. Baboon Galleries. . iii2.827 Apis-stela of Pasinu, Late Period Emery in JEA 56 (1970), pl. xiv [lower rt.] (as 4) Saqqra. Baboon Galleries. . iii2.826 Sphinx, Ptolemaic, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 91303. Emery in JEA 56 (1970), 8 pl. xv [5] Saqqra. Baboon Galleries. . iii2.826 Stela of Meresh. Emery in JEA 56 (1970), pl. xvii [1] Saqqra. S 3518. Dyn. III. . iii2. 448 Jar-sealing with name of Netjerikhet. Emery in JEA 56 (1970), pl. XVIII after 10 Saqqra. Serapeum. North Group. . iii2.821 Plan. Emery in JEA 56 (1970), 10 pls. xix, xx Saqqra. North of the Step Pyramid. S 3518, Dyn. III. . iii2.448 Description, plan and sections. Plumley in JEA 56 (1970), 15-18 pl. xxii [1, 2] Qasr Ibrm. Fort. . vii.94A Views of Meroitic Building.
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208 Plumley in JEA 56 (1970), 15-18 pl. xxiii [4] Qasr Ibrm. Fort. . vii.94A Window with Meroitic relief. Plumley in JEA 56 (1970), 15-18 pl. xxiv [1-3] Qasr Ibrm. Fort. . vii.94A Views of S.W. Gate. Plumley in JEA 56 (1970), 15-18 pl. xxv [3] Qasr Ibrm. Fort. . vii.94A Block of Taharqa re-used in Gate. Dabrowski in JEA 56 (1970), 101-4 pl. xviii Deir el-Bahri. Great Temple. Upper Court. . ii2.357A View. Dabrowski in JEA 56 (1970), 101-4 pl. xlix-l Deir el-Bahri. Great Temple. Upper Court. . ii2.357A Reliefs, bulls, Nile gods and rekhyt bird from columns. Dabrowski in JEA 56 (1970), 101-4 pl. li [1] fig. 1 Deir el-Bahri. Great Temple. Upper Court. . ii2.357A Reconstruction of columns. Dabrowski in JEA 56 (1970), 101-4 pl. li [2] Deir el-Bahri. Great Temple. Upper Court. . ii2.357A Reconstructed plan. Dabrowski in JEA 56 (1970), 101-4 pl. lii [1, 2] Deir el-Bahri. Great Temple. Upper Court. . ii2.357A Reconstructed view. Caminos in JEA 56 (1970), 117-28 pl. liii 8 Mummy-shroud of woman Mahu, late Dyn. XVII-early XVIII, in Hanover (New Hampshire), Dartmouth College, 39.64.6623.
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209 Gray in JEA 56 (1970), 132-3 pl. lx [1, 2] 8 Outer and inner coffins of Esitefnakht, Dyn. XXII-XXIV, in Truro, The Royal Cornwall Museum. Baines, J. in JEA 56 (1970), 135-40 fig. 1 pl. lxiii 802-004-700 Statuette of Atum, dedicated by Pedesi, son of Harwodj, bronze, probably Dyn. XXVI-XXVII, formerly in Omar Pasha Sultan colln., now in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1969.490. Hofmann in JEA 56 (1970), 187-9 pl. lxvi [1] (from Steindorff) Gebel Barkal. Miscellaneous. Various. vii.222-223A Omphalos found in Temple B.500, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 21.3234. see Aldred in JEA 56 (1970), 195-6 Dendera. Necropolis. Miscellaneous. v.115A Confirmation of identification of statue of Mutnedjemt, wife of Haremhab (not Mutemwia). see Lloyd in JEA 56 (1970), 196-7 Mero. Shrine of Apis (1000). vii.239A Now corrected to Shrine of Hapi. see Martin in JEA 56 (1970), 218 8 Wooden panel from a naos, Darius I offering to Horus and Isis, in London, British Museum, EA 37496. Emery in JEA 57 (1971), 3-13 pls. i-xiv figs. 1-3 Saqqra. Ibis catacomb site. Temple of Nektanebos II and Iseum. . iii2.102 Account of 1969-70 campaign. Emery in JEA 57 (1971), 10-11 fig. 3 Saqqra. Iseum. . iii2.827 Wooden plaque with procession with bull and cow, un-Egyptian. Dyn. XXVII. Emery in JEA 57 (1971), 4 with plan on pl. i Saqqra. Serapeum. North Group. . iii2.821 Plan of Temple of Nektanebos I. Emery in JEA 57 (1971), 4 pl. ii
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210 Saqqra. Baboon Galleries. . iii2.826 Plan. Emery in JEA 57 (1971), 4-8 pls. iii, iv, v [2] Saqqra. Hawk Galleries. . iii2.825 Description, plan and views. Emery in JEA 57 (1971), 5 pl. vi [1] Saqqra. Hawk Galleries. . iii2.825 Decorated wrappings of mummies. Emery in JEA 57 (1971), 5 pl. vi [2] Saqqra. Hawk Galleries. . iii2.826 Canopic jar, Psammetikhos I, re-used, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 91520. Emery in JEA 57 (1971), pl. vii [2] Saqqra. Sacred Animal Complexes. Finds from Temple. . iii2.825A Bronze situla of Sheshonk, Dyn. XXVI, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 91475. Emery in JEA 57 (1971), pl. ix [1] Saqqra. Hawk Galleries. . iii2.825 Base of statue of Ptah, with Souls of Nekhen and Pe, mentioning Netjerikhet (Djoser). Emery in JEA 57 (1971), 6 pl. x [2, upper] fig. 2 [21] Saqqra. Hawk Galleries. . iii2.826A Bronze sceptre of Ankhusiri, Dyn. XXX or early Ptolemaic, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 91488. Emery in JEA 57 (1971), 6 pl. x [4] Saqqra. Hawk Galleries. . iii2.826 Censer with kneeling King, Late Period Emery in JEA 57 (1971), 10-12 pls. xi-xiii Saqqra. Iseum. . iii2.827 Description, views and plan.

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211 Emery in JEA 57 (1971), facing 12 pl. xiv Saqqra. Serapeum. North Group. . iii2.821 Plan. Kaplony-Heckel, U. in JEA 57 (1971), 20-7 pls. xv, xvA 803-040-200 Round-topped stela inscribed in ink in hieratic, with names of Senusert, Steward, Sebekhotep, Overseer of the temple, and many other people, late Dyn. XII, in London, Petrie Museum, 14487. (Possibly from Gebel el-Silsila area.) Bourriau and Millard in JEA 57 (1971), 31, 32 fig. 1 El-Sawma. Cemetery. . v.17A Ivory spoon of Nehy, Overseer of the department, etc., Dyn. XVIII, probably in Cairo, Egyptian Museum. Saad and Manniche in JEA 57 (1971), 70-2 pls. xxiA, xxi Karnak. 9th Pylon. Re-used blocks. ii2.182A Block with offering lists of Amenophis IV. Peck in JEA 57 (1971), 73-4, 76, 78 pl. xxii D. el-Bahri. Mentuhotep Temple. Hypostyle. Statues. . ii2.392A Statue of Amun seated, probably in the form of Tutankhamun, formerly in Bloomfield Hills MI, Cranbrook Academy of Art, 1928.38, now in Hanover, Kestner-Museum. see Peck, W. H. in JEA 57 (1971), 74-5 802-002-050 Statue of almost certainly Amun seated, headless, re-inscribed for Ay but originally probably temp. Tutankhamun, in Chicago IL, Oriental Institute Museum, 10503. see Peck in JEA 57 (1971), 74-5 Karnak. Cachette. Royal. Statues. ii2.141A Two statues of Ay (or Amun), in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 42093, 42094. Peck in JEA 57 (1971), 77-8 pl. xxiii [2] Karnak. Objects in Museums. Statues. ii2.282A Tutankhamun (or Amun), in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 37518 and 38689. Peck in JEA 57 (1971), 77, 79 pl. xxiii [3]
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212 Karnak. Great Temple. Vestibule. ii2.90(252)A Colossus of Amun, temp. Tutankhamun, usurped by Haremhab. Peck in JEA 57 (1971), 78, 79 pl. xxiii [1] Karnak. Objects in Museums. Statues. ii2.290-1A Tutankhamun protected by Amun, in Paris, Muse du Louvre, E. 11609. Stewart in JEA 57 (1971), 87-104 pls. xxiv-xxviiI Temple of Mut. Miscellaneous. Stelae. ii2.276A Paser, with acrostic text of hymn to Mut, temp. Ramesses VI, in London, British Museum, 194. Redford in JEA 57 (1971), 113-119 pls. xxxiA, xxxi [lower] Luxor. Pylon. Inner Face. ii2.306(17), (18) Building text of Ramesses II at (17)-(18) III. Redford in JEA 57 (1971), 113-119 pl. xxxi [upper] Luxor. Pylon. Inner Face. ii2.306(17), (18) Nefertari with sistra from (17), II. see Redford in JEA 57 (1971), 113 Luxor. Pylon. Inner Face. ii2.306(17), (18) Description of scene in III at (18). erny and Parker in JEA 57 (1971), 127-31 pls. xxxvA, xxxv Thebes. TT 121, Ahmosi. Finds. . i2.235A Hieratic tablet, probably temp. Taharqa, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 35.3.318. El-Khachab in JEA 57 (1971), pl. xxxviii [4] Benha with Tell Atrb (Athribis). iv.66A Statue of Teho-p-shed, temp. Philip Arrhidaeus, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 46341. . El-Khachab in JEA 57 (1971), 145 pl. xl [4] Abydos. Protodynastic Cemetery. Wadjit (Djet)-Group. v.55A Ivory comb of Wadjit (Djet), in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 47176.

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213 see Goyon, J.-C. in JEA lvii (1971), 156 fig. 1 [c] (from Drioton) On the Cairo-Suez Road. Almaza. iv.73A Text of red quartzite statue-group, Ramesses III as Khepri with Queen or goddess, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 69771. Scanlon in JEA 58 (1972), fig. 27 on 39 Qasr el-Wizz. Miscellaneous. . vii.123A Meriotic offering-table, inscribed, found re-used. Smith, H.S. in JEA 58 (1972), 44-5 pl. xxiii figs. 1, 2 cf. 3 [1] aAbd el-Qdir and Buhen. Hieratic and hieroglyphic graffiti. vii.140A Hill A. Smith, H.S. in JEA 58 (1972), 46-51 pls. xxiv, xxv figs. 5-10, 11 [1-4] cf. 3 [2], 4 aAbd el-Qdir and Buhen. Hieratic and hieroglyphic graffiti. vii.139 Gebel Trub. Smith, H.S. in JEA 58 (1972), 58-61 pl. xxvi fig. 11 [5] aAbd el-Qdir and Buhen. Hieratic and hieroglyphic graffiti. vii.139 Hill B. Zabkar in JEA 58 (1972), 83-90 figs. 1-4 Semna West. Fort at Semna South. vii.151A Sealings with name. Leek in JEA 58 (1972), pl. xxix [2] Gza. Miscellaneous. Tomb of Nikauinpu. iii2.301A Statuette of woman grinding corn, in Chicago IL, Oriental Institute Museum, 10638. Leek, F. F. in JEA 58 (1972), pl. xxx [1] after 128 801-265-300 Woman grinding grain, wood, probably Dyn. V, formerly in W. Robinow colln., now in Manchester, The Manchester Museum, 10267. Leek in JEA 58 (1972), pl. xxxii [2] between 128-9 Gza. Tomb D.39/40, Djasha. iii2.111A
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214 Statuette of female baker heating pots, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 37822. Leek in JEA 58 (1972), pl. xxx [2] between 128-9 Saqqra. Objects from Tombs. . iii2.730 Statuette of man moulding cakes, Dyn. V, in Paris, Muse du Louvre, E.7704. El-Alfi in JEA 58I (1972), 176-8 pl. xxxv [1] fig. 2 Heliopolis. El-Khuss. Bull Cemetery. . iv.59A Stela, Ramesses II before Mnevis-bull, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, Temp. No. 2.2.21.2. El-Alfi in JEA 58 (1972), 178-9 pl. xxxv [3] fig. 4 Ab Simbel. Great Temple. South Chapel. vii.98(4) Bark of Ramesses II and personification of Kings name. El-Alfi in JEA 58 (1972), 179 fig. 6 Gerf Husein. Temple. Hall. . vii.35A Name of statue on belt of one. Bierbier in JEA 58 (1972), 195-9 fig. 1 (=ern and Sadek No. 1860a) Valley of the Kings. D. Graffiti. i2.590A Graffito of Ramesesnakht, year 8 of Ramesses X. Hofmann in JEA 58 (1972), 245-6 pl. xlii Musauwart el-Sofra. Great Enclosure. East Temple (300). . vii.265A Graffito showing baboon (rather than elephant-god). Ray in JEA 58 (1972), 251-3 pl. xliii [2] 8 Gold oracular decree case of Shak, 3rd Int. Period, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.12.1940. . Cooney in JEA 58 (1972), 284-5 pl. xlv [left] Sinai. Serabt el-Khdim. Miscellaneous. . vii.360A Seated headless statuette, sandstone, Dyn. XII, in London, British Museum, EA 14367. see Cooney in JEA 58 (1972), 284 [upper] Sinai. Serabt el-Khdim. Miscellaneous. . vii.364A
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215 Fragments of statue-base of Merneptah, in London, British Museum, EA 14382. . see Cooney in JEA 58 (1972), 284 [middle] Sinai. Serabt el-Khdim. Miscellaneous. . vii.366A Fragment of faience menat of Hatshepsut, in London, British Museum, EA 13207. . see Baines, J. in JEA 58 (1972), 303-4 (as possibly even Dyn. XXX) 802-004-700 Statuette of Atum, dedicated by Pedesi, son of Harwodj, bronze, probably Dyn. XXVI-XXVII, formerly in Omar Pasha Sultan colln., now in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1969.490.

see Aldred in JEA 59 (1973), 19-20 Karnak. K. Chapel of Osiris Hekdjet. ii2.204A Re-used blocks of Ramesses II and III. Redford in JEA 59 (1973), 16 fig. 1 Karnak. Subsidiary Buildings. ii2.192A Plan showing Buildings H-K. Redford in JEA 59 (1973), fig. 2 on 19 Karnak. K. Chapel of Osiris Hekdjet. ii2.204A Plan. Redford in JEA 59 (1973), 21 fig. 3 Karnak. K. Chapel of Osiris Hekdjet. ii2.205(10) (10) Takelothis II. Redford in JEA 59 (1973), pls. xviii, xxii after p. 24 Karnak. K. Chapel of Osiris Hekdjet. ii2.204A Views. Redford in JEA 59 (1973), pl. xix after p. 24 Karnak. K. Chapel of Osiris Hekdjet. ii2.206(17)A (17) Takelothis censing and libating, on right jamb.

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216 Redford in JEA 59 (1973), 21 pl. xx Karnak. K. Chapel of Osiris Hekdjet. ii2.205(9)A (9) I, 1 Shepenwept I with sistra before Amun. Redford in JEA 59 (1973), 24 pl. xxi Karnak. K. Chapel of Osiris Hekdjet. ii2.205(9)A (9) I, 2 Osorkon III consecrating offerings. see Payne in JEA 59 (1973), 31-5 Hierakonpolis. Predynastic Cemetery. Decorated Tomb. v.199A Description. Fischer in JEA 59 (1973), 44-5 fig. 1 Gza. G 1301, Mernesut. Chapel, in Detroit MI, Institute of Arts, 71.292. iii2.61A Ka servant carrying box, on right jamb of false door. Kemp in JEA 59 (1973), 36-43 cf. fig. 2 [upper left] (plan) pls. xxiii-xxv Hierakonpolis. Predynastic Cemetery. Decorated Tomb. v.199A Views. see Samson in JEA 59 (1973), 47 aAmrna. Miscellaneous. Statues. iv.234A Fragments of cheek and lips, probably Tuthmosis IV or Amenophis III, red jasper, formerly in London, Petrie Museum, 111-12, now in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art. Mendelssohn in JEA 59 (1973), pl. xxx [1] facing p. 60, xxxi [1, 3] facing p. 61 Maidm. Pyramid. iv.89A Views. Mendelssohn in JEA 59 (1973), pl. xxxi [2] facing p. 61 Maidm. Pyramid complex. iv.90A View of Mortuary Temple showing stelae. Kadish in JEA 59 (1973), 77-90 pls. xxxii, xxxiii 8 Writing-board of Khakheperrasonb called Ankhu, Dyn. XII, in London, British Museum, EA 5645.
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217 see Helck in JEA 59 (1973), 95-9 Karnak. 9th Pylon. Earlier Blocks Re-used. ii2.182A Large sandstone block with offering lists of Amenophis IV. Bosse-Griffiths in JEA 59 (1973), 100-108 pl. xxxvi Valley of the Kings. KV 62, Tutankhamun. i2.584A Back of golden shrine, 108, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 61481. Gaballa, G. A. in JEA 59 (1973), 109-10 [1] fig. 1 pl. xxxvii [1] 804-048-050 Lower part of probably tomb jamb, Benanta, Chief physician of the Mansion of Life, kneeling in adoration before the cartouche of Ramesses III, with end of text above, sandstone, temp. Ramesses III, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 40031. (Allegedly from Saqqra.) Gaballa in JEA 59 (1973), 113 [3] fig. 3 pl. xxxvii [2] Mt Rahna. Km el Qalaa. Finds from S. Pylon and Palace areas. iii2.858 Sandstone block with text of Ramesses III, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 45570. Gaballa in JEA 59 (1973), 110-13 fig. 2 pl. xxxviii Gza. Misc. iii2.308A Donation-stela, Sanuro, Royal Scribe, year 6 of Ramesses III (?), in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 66612. Borghouts in JEA 59 (1973), 132-3 [23, No. 15] pl. xxxix [1] Dendera. Temple of Hathor. Exterior. vi.77(256)A (256) Top register, Augustus strikes clay ball before Ihy, Hathor and Horus. Borghouts in JEA 59 (1973), 133-4 [24] pl. xxxix [2] Dendera. Temple of Hathor. Exterior. . . vi.76(233)A (233) Top register, Augustus strikes clay ball before Ihy, Hathor and Harsomtus. Borghouts in JEA 59 (1973), 136-7 [27] pl. xxxix [3] Philae. Temple of Hathor. vi.251(19)A (19) King hits ball before Tefnut. El-Khouly in JEA 59 (1973), 155 pl. xli [2] Saqqra. The Sacred Animal Complex. East Temple. Nektanebos II. . iii2.779
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218 Upper part of statuette of a Queen or Isis, schist, Ptolemaic. Martin in JEA 60 (1974), facing 15, 16, 26, 27 and on 17, 20 figs. 1, 2, 5, 10, 11 cf. 3 (sections) facing pp. 15, 16, 26, 27 and on 17, 20 Saqqra. The Serapeum Complex. North group. . iii2.821 Plans. Martin in JEA 60 (1974), 21 fig. 6 Saqqra. Finds from Temple of Nektanebos II. . iii2.825 Wooden plank from coffin, re-used Late Period Martin in JEA 60 (1974), 23 Saqqra. Finds from north of Step Pyramid. . iii2.505 Name of Iymery from statue base, late Old Kingdom, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 91917. Wood in JEA 60 (1974), pl. xxiii [1] facing p. 88 Gza. Valley Temple of Menkaure. iii2.28A Nome triad, King, Hathor and jackal nome goddess, greywacke, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 40679. Wood in JEA 60 (1974), pl. xxiii [2] facing p. 88 Gza. Valley Temple of Menkaure. iii2.27A Nome triad, Hathor, King and Hare nome goddess, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 09.200. Wood in JEA 60 (1974), pl. xxiv [1] after p. 88 Gza. Valley Temple of Menkaure. iii2.28A Nome triad, King, Hathor, and bat fetish nome goddess, greywacke, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 46499. Wood in JEA 60 (1974), pl. xxiv [2] after p. 88 Gza. Valley Temple of Menkaure. iii2.28A Nome triad, King, Hathor and Theban nome god, greywacke, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 40678. Wood in JEA 60 (1974), pl. xxv [1] after p. 88 Gza. Valley Temple of Menkaure. iii2.28A Middle part of nome triad, King, Hathor and nome god, greywacke, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 11.3147.
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219 Wood, W. in JEA 60 (1974), 82 pl. xxv [2] (=Reisner pl. 64 [h]) Gza. Pyramid complex of Menkaure. iii2.29A Fragment of nome triad (=Reisner pl. 64 [h]) in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 12.1514. Fischer in JEA 60 (1974), 94 note 3 fig. 1 Saqqra. Around the Pyramid complex of Unis. Tomb of Nebt. Temp Unis. . iii2.625(30) False door of deceased. Fischer in JEA 60 (1974), 99 note 24 fig. 3 Gza. Central Field. Tomb of Nimaetre and Neferesris. iii2.284(12)A Restoration of title on lintel of false door. see Fischer in JEA 60 (1974), 99 note 25 8 Cylinder seal with name of Sahure, in Baltimore MD, Walters Art Gallery, 57.1748. . see Simpson in JEA 60 (1974), 104-5 [13] Dendera. Miscellaneous v.115A Stela of Nui, early Dyn. XI, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 20805 (JE 45600). see Berlev in JEA 60 (1974), 106-11 Sheikh aAbd el-Qurma. Tomb of Khons or Meres and Senebni. i2.672A Description. Berlev in JEA 60 (1974), 112-13 pl. xxvi Sheikh aAbd el-Qurma. Tomb of Khons or Meres and Senebni. i2.672A Canopic box of Khons, in Moscow, State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, I.1.a.5318. Berlev in JEA 60 (1974), 111-12, 113 pl. xxvii Sheikh aAbd el-Qurma. Tomb of Khons or Meres and Senebni. i2.672A Canopic-box of Senebni, in Moscow, State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, I.1.a.5359. Berlev in JEA 60 (1974), 111 pl. xxviii Sheikh aAbd el-Qurma. Tomb of Khons or Meres and Senebni. i2.672A Wooden stick of Senebni dedicated by King Senebmiu, in Moscow, State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, I.1.a.1801.
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220 Davies, W. V. in JEA 60 (1974), 114-18 pls. xxix, xxx Thebes. Draa Ab el-Nagaa. XVII Dyn. Cemetery. Burial of Ahhotp. . . i2.602A Bronze head of Amosis, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1927.4623. see Davies, W. V. in JEA 60 (1974), 115 note 12 8 Copper axe-head of King Mentuemsaf (Djadankhre), in London, British Museum, EA 67505. van Sicklen in JEA 60 (1974), 129-31 fig. 2 Valley of the Kings. KV 35, Amenophis II. i2.554A Hieratic graffito recording inspection in year 13. Razik in JEA 60 (1974), 144-5 [1], cf. plan on 143 Luxor Temple. Pylon. Inner Face. ii2.306(17)A Building text in III, 2 and text above III, year 3 of Ramesses II. (Partly at (18)). Razik in JEA 60 (1974), 146 [2], cf. plan on 143 Luxor. Court of Ramesses II. ii2.308(28)A Dedicatory text of Ramesses II. Razik in JEA 60 (1974), 147 [3], cf. plan on 143 Luxor. Court of Ramesses II. ii2.307(26) and (27)A Two bandeau texts of Ramesses II. Razik in JEA 60 (1974), 148 [4], cf. plan on 143 Luxor. Court of Ramesses II. ii2.308-9(29)-(31)A Two bandeau texts of Ramesses II. Razik in JEA 60 (1974), 149 [5A], cf. plan on 143 Luxor. Court of Ramesses II. ii2.307(23)A Names of door at (23) (a), (e) and (f). Razik in JEA 60 (1974), 149 [5B], cf. plan on 143 Luxor. Court of Ramesses II. ii2.306(19)A Names of door at (19) (a), (b), (f), (g).

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221 Razik in JEA 60 (1974), 150 [6], cf. plan on 143 Luxor. Court. ii2.307(19)A (19) Dedication texts of Ramesses II. Razik in JEA 60 (1974), 151 [7, A, i] Luxor. Pylon. ii2.305(14)A Dedication text at (14). Razik in JEA 60 (1974), 151 [7, A, ii] Luxor. Pylon. ii2.304(13)A Dedication text at (13). Razik in JEA 60 (1974), 151-2 [7, B, i, ii] Luxor. Pylon. ii2.306(16)A Dedication text at (16). Razik in JEA 60 (1974), 152 [7, B, iii, iv] Luxor. Pylon. ii2.306(17)A Dedication text at (17). Razik in JEA 60 (1974), 153 [8, ii-iv], cf. plan on 143 Luxor. Court of Ramesses II. Colonnades. ii2.311A(49)-(50) and (55)-(56) Dedication text of Ramesses II at (49)-(50) and (55)-(56). Razik in JEA 60 (1974), 153 [8, ii-iv], cf. plan on 143 Luxor. Court of Ramesses II. Colonnades. ii2.311A(49)-(49) and (49)-(49) Dedication text of Ramesses II at (49)-(49) and (49)-(49). Razik in JEA 60 (1974), 154 [9) cf. plan on 143 Luxor. Court of Ramesses II. Colonnades. ii2.311(51)-(52), (53)-(54), (48)-(47) Cryptographic text at (51)-(52), (53)-(54), (48)-(47). Razik in JEA 60 (1974), 155 [10) cf. plan on 143 Luxor. Court of Ramesses II. Colonnades. ii2.311(54)-(54), (54)-(52) Dedication-text of Ramesses II on architrave, at (54)-(54), (54)-(52).
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222 Razik in JEA 60 (1974), 156 [11) cf. plan on 143 Luxor. Court of Ramesses II. Colonnades. ii2.311(56)-(56) Architrave, name and epithets of Ramesses II, at (56)-(56). Razik in JEA 60 (1974), 156 [12, left and right) cf. plan on 143 Luxor. Court of Ramesses II. ii2.308(27) and (30) Dedication texts of Ramesses II at (27) and (30). Razik in JEA 60 (1974), 157 [13, A] cf. plan on 143 Luxor. Triple Shrine. Mut.. ii2.309(34)A Dedication text of Ramesses II. Razik in JEA 60 (1974), 157 [13, B] cf. plan on 143 Luxor. Triple Shrine. Mut.. ii2.309(33)A Dedication text of Ramesses II. Razik in JEA 60 (1974), 157 [13, C] cf. plan on 143 Luxor. Triple Shrine. Mut. ii2.309(32)A Dedication text of Ramesses II. Razik in JEA 60 (1974), 158 [14, A] cf. plan on 143 Luxor. Triple Shrine. Amun. ii2.310(40)A Dedication text at (40). Razik in JEA 60 (1974), 158 [14, B] cf. plan on 143 Luxor. Triple Shrine. Amun. ii2.310(39)A Dedication text at (39). Razik in JEA 60 (1974), 158 [14, C] cf. plan on 143 Luxor. Triple Shrine. Amun. ii2.310(43)A Dedication text at (43). Razik in JEA 60 (1974), 159 [15, A] cf. plan on 143 Luxor. Triple Shrine. Khons. ii2.310(45)A Dedication text at (45).
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223 Razik in JEA 60 (1974), 159 [15, B] cf. plan on 143 Luxor. Triple Shrine. Khons. ii2.310(44)A Dedication text at (44). Razik in JEA 60 (1974), 160 [16] cf. plan on 143 Luxor. Exterior. ii2.333(202)A Bandeau text of Ramesses II at (202). Razik in JEA 60 (1974), 160 [17, A] Luxor. Rooms I-IV. ii2.319(113)A Dedication texts of Ramesses II on jambs of Chapel of Khons at (113). Razik in JEA 60 (1974), 160 [17, B] Luxor. Rooms I-IV. ii2.319(109)A Dedication texts of Ramesses II at (c) and (d) at (109) in Chapel of Mut. see Mlek in JEA 60 (1974), 161 note 5 Saqqra. Tomb of Tia. . iii2.654 Block, deceased adoring cartouche of Ramesses II, at Orient-Occident (dealers in Paris) in 1973. see Mlek in JEA 60 (1974), 162-5 fig. 1 pl. xxxiv Saqqra. Miscellaneous. . iii2.740 Stela of Amenemhab Pakharu, temp. Ramesses II, in Durham, Oriental Museum, N.1965. Mlek in JEA 60 (1974), 165-7 fig. 2 pl. xxxv (from Gordon) Saqqra. Tomb of Tia. . iii2.654 Pyramidion, granite, formerly in Lethieullier and Long collns. Kitchen in JEA 60 (1974), 168, 169-70 [A] fig. 1 Thebes. TT 189, Nekht-djehut. i2.295(5)-(6) Autobiographical text with dates, years 55 and 58, at (5)-(6). Kitchen in JEA 60 (1974), 168-9, 170-1 [B] figs. 2A, 2B Thebes. TT 189, Nekht-djehut. i2.295(2)A Texts of four registers at (2).
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224 Guralnick in JEA 60 (1974), pl. xxxvii [1] facing p. 177 Thebes. TT 36, Ibi. i2.67(19)A Son before deceased and mother in I. Guralnick in JEA 60 (1974), pl. xxxvii [3] facing p. 177 Dendera. Temple of Hathor. Hypostyle. Astronomical ceiling. vi.49A Osiris, Horus and Isis seated, with snakes behind them. Plumley and Adams in JEA 60 (1974), 228 pl. xlviii [3] Qasr Ibrm. Church. . vii.94A Column with bottom of a column of text. Plumley and Adams in JEA 60 (1974), 229 pl. xlix [1] Qasr Ibrm. Church. . vii.94A Text of fresco with name of Taharqa. Fischer in JEA 60 (1974), 247 (suggesting reading as Kasinebef) Gza. Central Field. Tomb of Khenu. iii2.261A Name of Kanebef on lintel. Fischer in JEA 60 (1974), 248 [top], cf. fig. 1 (from Junker) Gza. West Field. Tomb of Soneb. iii2.101(3)(b) Corrected name of scribe in III at (b) of the false door of deceased, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 51297. Martin in JEA 60 (1974), 268 fig. 1 aAmrna. Great Official Palace. Finds. Stelae. iv.198A Cartouches on fragments upper pt. stela of [Paheri]enpaten, in London, Petrie Museum, 410. Plumley in JEA 61 (1975), 12 pl. vii [3] Qasr Ibrm. Fort. Meroitic. Various. . vii.94A Lower part of lion statue, Meroitic. Plumley in JEA 61 (1975), 12 pl. vii [4] fig. 1 Qasr Ibrm. Fort. Meroitic. Various. . vii.94A Jamb of Amenophis II.
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225 Plumley in JEA 61 (1975), 16 pl. ix [4] Qasr Ibrm. Fort. Meroitic. Various. . vii.94A Block with cartouche of Taharqa. Plumley in JEA 61 (1975), 16 pl. x [1] Qasr Ibrm. Fort. Meroitic. Various. . vii.94A Upper part statue, headless, Meroitic. Plumley in JEA 61 (1975), 16 pl. x [2] Qasr Ibrm. Fort. Meroitic. Various. . vii.94A Naos of Amenemhet, granite, New Kingdom . Plumley in JEA 61 (1975), 16 pl. x [3] Qasr Ibrm. Fort. Meroitic. Various. . vii.94A Base of seated statue with cartouches of Ramesses III, granite. Plumley in JEA 61 (1975), 20 pl. xii Qasr Ibrm. Church. Remains of Taharqa Temple. . vii.94A Fresco, Taharqa offering to a god. Fischer in JEA 61 (1975), 33 Saqqra. Pyramid complex of Unis. Causeway. . iii2.418 Text (part) of a block, concerning transport of columns. Fischer in JEA 61 (1975), 33-5 pl. xvi [1] fig. 1 Saqqra. Around the Pyramid complex of Unis. Finds. . iii2.652A Block of Khenu, with part of autobiographical text, mentioning expedition to Aswn in the reign of Unis, with a dealer in Cairo. Fischer in JEA 61 (1975), 35-7 pl. xvi [2] fig. 3 Karnak. Stelae. ii2.293A Temp. Antef (Wahankh), mentioning the House of Khety, probably from here, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, Temp. No. 25.10.17.10. Zabkar in JEA 61 (1975), 42-4 figs. 1-4 Semna West. Fort at Semna South.
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226 vii.151A Sealings with name. Adams in JEA 61 (1975), 102-13 Qift. Temple of Tuthmosis III. . v.125A Description of foundation deposits. Razik in JEA 61 (1975), 125-6 [1] Luxor Temple. Pylon. Inner Face. ii2.306(17) Translation of building text in III, 2 and text above III, year 3 of Ramesses II. (Partly at (18).) Razik in JEA 61 (1975), 127 [2] Luxor. Court of Ramesses II. ii2.308(28)A Translation of dedicatory text of Ramesses II. Razik in JEA 61 (1975), 127-8 [3] Luxor. Court of Ramesses II. ii2.307(26) and (27)A Translation of two bandeau texts of Ramesses II. Razik in JEA 61 (1975), 129 [4] Luxor. Court of Ramesses II. ii2.308-9(29)-(31)A Translation of two bandeau texts of Ramesses II. Razik in JEA 61 (1975), 130 [5, A] Luxor. Court of Ramesses II. ii2.306(19)A Translation of names of door at (23) (a), (e) and (f). Razik in JEA 61 (1975), 130 [5, B] Luxor. Court of Ramesses II. ii2.306(19)A Translation of names of door at (19) (a), (b), (f), (g). Razik in JEA 61 (1975), 130 [6] Luxor. Court. ii2.307(19) (19) Translation of dedication texts of Ramesses II. Razik in JEA 61 (1975), 130 [7, A, W. Wing]
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227 Luxor. Pylon. ii2.305(14)A Dedication text at (14) (translation). Razik in JEA 61 (1975), 130-1 [7, A, E. Wing] Luxor. Pylon. ii2.304(13)A Dedication text at (13) (translation). Razik in JEA 61 (1975), 131 [7, B, W. Wing] Luxor. Pylon. ii2.306(16)A Dedication text at (16) (translation). Razik in JEA 61 (1975), 131 [7, B, E. Wing] Luxor. Pylon. ii2.306(17)A Dedication text at (17) (translation). Razik in JEA 61 (1975), 131-2 [8] Luxor. Court of Ramesses II. Colonnades. ii2.311(49)-(50) and (55)-(56)A Translation of dedication text of Ramesses II at (49)-(50) and (55)-(56). Razik in JEA 61 (1975), 131-2 [8] Luxor. Court of Ramesses II. Colonnades. ii2.311(49)-(49) and (49)-(49)A Translation of dedication-text of Ramesses II at (49)-(49) and (49)-(49). Razik in JEA 61 (1975), 132-3 [9] Luxor. Court of Ramesses II. Colonnades. ii2.311(51)-(52), (53)-(54), (48)-(47)A Translation of cryptographic text at (51)-(52), (53)-(54), (48)-(47). Razik in JEA 61 (1975), 133 [10] Luxor. Court of Ramesses II. Colonnades. ii2.311(54)-(54), (54)-(52)A Translation of dedication text of Ramesses II on architrave, at (54)-(54), (54)-(52). Razik in JEA 61 (1975), 133 [11] Luxor. Court of Ramesses II. Colonnades. ii2.311 (56)-(56)A Architrave, translation of name and epithets of Ramesses II, at (56)-(56).

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228 Razik in JEA 61 (1975), 133 [12] Luxor. Court of Ramesses II. iii2.308(27) and (30)A Translation of dedication texts of Ramesses II at (27) and (30). Razik in JEA 61 (1975), 133-4 [13, A] Luxor.Triple Shrine. Mut. ii2.309(34)A Translation of dedication text of Ramessses II. Razik in JEA 61 (1975), 134 [13, B] Luxor.Triple Shrine. Mut. ii2.309(33)A Translation of dedication text of Ramessses II. Razik in JEA 61 (1975), 134 [13, C] Luxor.Triple Shrine. Mut. ii2.309(32)A Translation of dedication text of Ramessses II. Razik in JEA 61 (1975), 134 [14, A] Luxor.Triple Shrine. Amun. ii2.310(40)A Translation of dedication text at (40). Razik in JEA 61 (1975), 134 [14, B] Luxor.Triple Shrine. Amun. ii2.310(39)A Translation of dedication text at (39). Razik in JEA 61 (1975), 134-5 [14, C] Luxor.Triple Shrine. Amun. ii2.310(43)A Translation of dedication text at (43). Razik in JEA 61 (1975), 135 [15, A] Luxor.Triple Shrine. Khons. ii2.310(45)A Translation of dedication text at (45). Razik in JEA 61 (1975), 135 [15, B] Luxor.Triple Shrine. Khons. ii2.310(44)A Translation of dedication text at (44).
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229 Razik in JEA 61 (1975), 135 [16] Luxor. Exterior. ii2.333(202)A Translation of bandeau text of Ramesses II at (202). Razik in JEA 61 (1975), 135 [17, A] Luxor. Rooms I-IV. ii2.319(113)A Translation of dedication texts of Ramesses II on jambs of Chapel of Khons at (113). Razik in JEA 61 (1975), 135 [17, B] Luxor. Rooms I-IV. ii2.319(109)A Translation of dedication texts of Ramesses II at (c) and (d) at (109) in Chapel of Mut.. Farag in JEA 61 (1975), 165-6 pl. xxiii [1] Saqqra. The Serapeum. . iii2.817 Stela, Apis bull in shrine being conveyed in wheeled cart, Ptolemaic or Roman. Bourrian and Ray in JEA 61 (1975), 257-8 pl. xxix 8 Two gold oracular decree cases of Shak, 3rd Int. Period. .

Martin in JEA 62 (1976), 13 note 13 Saqqra. Tomb of Pay. . iii2.655 Mention of discovery. Martin in JEA 62 (1976), 5-13 pls. i-iv figs. 1, 2 Saqqra. Tomb of Haremhab. . iii2.655 Account of excavation, with map and plan, view, and some newly discovered scenes. Martin in JEA 62 (1976), 13 n. 13 Saqqra. Tomb of Tia. . iii2.654 Mention of discovery. Smith, H.S. in JEA 62 (1976), 14-17 with plan, fig. 1 Saqqra. Sacred Animal Complexes. Temple of Nektanebos II. . iii2.821 Account with plan.
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230 Smith, H.S. in JEA 62 (1976), 17 with view pl. vi [3] Saqqra. Sacred Animal Complexes. Iseum. . iii2.827 Account with view. Collins in JEA 62 (1976), 32 fig. 2 Sheikh aAbd el-Qurna. Mond Excavations. i2.676A Name and titles from Stela of Mahu, goldworker of Amun-Re, from stelophorous statue, New Kingdom, found in court of TT 50. see Collins in JEA 62 (1976), 33 Sheikh aAbd el-Qurna. Mond Excavations. i2.676A Inscribed inner coffin of Esmut, Songstress of Amun, etc., Late Period, from pit in TT 30. see Collins in JEA 62 (1976), 33 Sheikh aAbd el-Qurna. Mond Excavations. i2.676A Brick with name of Amenophis IV. Collins in JEA 62 (1976), 33 fig. 3 Sheikh aAbd el-Qurna. Mond Excavations. i2.676A Statue of Nentowaref, sandstone, from pit near TT 50. Collins in JEA 62 (1976), 34 fig. 4 Thebes. TT 23, Tjay. Finds. i2.41A Text of kneeling statue of deceased holding stela. Collins in JEA 62 (1976), 34 fig. 5 Sheikh aAbd el-Qurna. Mond Excavations. i2.676A Stela-fragment of Ptahdjefa, Songstress of Amun, New Kingdom, perhaps from TT 23. . Collins in JEA 62 (1976), 34 fig. 8 Sheikh aAbd el-Qurna. Mond Excavations. From courtyard of TT 23. i2.676A Text from stela-fragment of Ankhemaefemyunu, Late Period see Collins in JEA 62 (1976), 34 Sheikh aAbd el-Qurna. Mond Excavations. From courtyard of TT 23.

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231 i2.676A Fragment of canopic jar of Tjepu, Lady of the house, probably Dyn. XVIII. Collins in JEA 62 (1976), 34 fig. 10 Sheikh aAbd el-Qurna. Mond Excavations. i2.676A Text of coffin of Es-sher (?), Late Period, from south of TT 23. Collins in JEA 62 (1976), 34 fig. 12 Sheikh aAbd el-Qurna. Mond Excavations. i2.676A Text of stela of Harsiesi, probably 3rd Int. Period. Collins in JEA 62 (1976), 35 figs. 13-25 Thebes. TT 44, Amenemhab. i2.(3)-(5), (7), (10), (11)A Texts of scenes at (3)-(5), (7), (10), (11). Collins in JEA 62 (1976), 35 figs. 26, 33, Sheikh aAbd el-Qurna. Mond Excavations. i2.676A Ptah-Sokari-Osiris statue of Pedeamun-(neb)nesuttaui, Dyn. XXII. Collins in JEA 62 (1976), 35 fig. 30 Thebes. TT 106, Paser. Finds. i2.224A Text of fragmentary statuette of deceased. Collins in JEA 62 (1976), 36 fig. 31 Thebes. TT 53, Amenemhet. Finds, etc. i2.104A Fragment of jamb of deceased, found near TT 106. Collins in JEA 62 (1976), 36 fig. 32 Sheikh aAbd el-Qurna. Tombs of position unknown. Tomb of Wahsu. i2.672A Offering text, and name and title of son Iny. Collins in JEA 62 (1976), 35-6 figs. 34-7 Thebes. TT 105, Khaemopet. i2.219A and i2.219(1), (2) Texts. Collins in JEA 62 (1976), 36 fig. 38
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232 Thebes. TT 106, Paser. Finds. i2.224A Text of stamped brick of deceased, found in TT 105. Collins in JEA 62 (1976), 36 fig. 39 Thebes. TT 227, Name lost. i2.327A Text on ceiling. Collins in JEA 62 (1976), 36 figs. 40-2 Sheikh aAbd el-Qurna. Tombs on east face of the hill. Name unknown, Man of the Following. i2.671A Texts of ceiling, south wall, and offering table. Collins in JEA 62 (1976), 37 figs. 43-5 Sheikh aAbd el-Qurna. Mond Excavations. i2.677A Two canopic jars of Amenhotep, two of Ruiu, and four of Isiu, all pottery, New Kingdom see Collins in JEA 62 (1976), 37 Sheikh aAbd el-Qurna. Mond Excavations. i2.677A Lower half of coffin of Siamun, date uncertain. Collins in JEA 62 (1976), 38 fig. 46 Sheikh aAbd el-Qurna. Mond Excavations. i2.676A Canopic-jar of Amenhotep, Scribe, New Kingdom, part of text. . Collins in JEA 62 (1976), 38 fig. 47 Sheikh aAbd el-Qurna. Mond Excavations. i2.676A Name, from coffin of Serniut (?), New Kingdom Collins in JEA 62 (1976), 38 fig. 48 Sheikh aAbd el-Qurna. Mond Excavations. i2.676A Part of text, from foot of coffin of Iryiryiu, Late Period Collins in JEA 62 (1976), 38 fig. 49 (as Dyn. XXVI) Sheikh aAbd el-Qurna. Mond Excavations. From TT 21. i2.676A Two ushabti-boxes of Ta-amunpaui, New Kingdom or 3rd Int. Period.

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233 Collins in JEA 62 (1976), 38 fig. 50 Sheikh aAbd el-Qurna. Mond Excavations. From TT 21. i2.676A Osiris statuettes of Menkhamun, and Hetepamun, probably 3rd Int. Period. Collins in JEA 62 (1976), 38 fig. 51 Sheikh aAbd el-Qurna. Mond Excavations. Coffins from TT 21. i2.677A Desesi, 3rd Int. or Late Period, in Liverpool, Liverpool Museum, 39.4042.1. Collins in JEA 62 (1976), 38 fig. 52 Sheikh aAbd el-Qurna. Mond Excavations. Coffins from TT 21. i2.677A Pedekhons, 3rd Int. or Late Period, in Toronto, Royal Ontario Museum, 910.11. Collins in JEA 62 (1976), 38 fig. 53 Sheikh aAbd el-Qurna. Mond Excavations. Coffins from TT 21. i2.677A Namenkhamun, 3rd Int. or Late Period. Collins in JEA 62 (1976), 38 figs. 54-6 Sheikh aAbd el-Qurna. Mond Excavations. Coffins from TT 21. i2.677A Djedjhutefankh, 3rd Int. or Late Period. Collins in JEA 62 (1976), 38 fig. 57 Sheikh aAbd el-Qurna. Mond Excavations. Coffins from TT 21. i2.677A Ankhi, 3rd Int. or Late Period. Collins in JEA 62 (1976), 39 fig. 58 Sheikh aAbd el-Qurna. Mond Excavations. i2.677A Part of text of coffin of Bakt, 3rd Int. or Late Period. Collins in JEA 62 (1976), 39 fig. 60 Sheikh aAbd el-Qurna. Mond Excavations. i2.676A Text of ushabti box of Ahmosi, 3rd Int. or Late Period. . Collins in JEA 62 (1976), 39 fig. 61 Sheikh aAbd el-Qurna. Mond Excavations. i2.676A
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234 Text of obelisk of Siamun, probably New Kingdom Collins in JEA 62 (1976), 39 figs. 62-3 Sheikh aAbd el-Qurna. Mond Excavations. i2.676A Text of wooden beard and sceptre of Tjenena (perhaps Tjenuna, TT 76). Collins in JEA 62 (1976), 39 fig. 65 Thebes. TT C.12. Mahu. . i2.460A Texts of deceased and wife(?) Esi. Collins in JEA 62 (1976), 39 figs. 66-7 Sheikh aAbd el-Qurna. Mond Excavations. i2.676A Texts from coffin with names of Irterau and Iter, Late Period, and cartonnage of Iremhet(?), 3rd Int. or Late Period. Simpson in JEA 62 (1976), 41-4 pls. viii, viiiA Heliopolis Miscellaneous. iv.63A Statue of Sebekemhet, end of Dyn. XII-early Dyn. XIII, in Detroit MI, Institute of Arts, 51.276. . Nibbi in JEA 62 (1976), fig. 1 on 48 (from Wilkinson) Wdi el-Gass. Temple. vii.338A Plan showing position. Nibbi in JEA 62 (1976), 49-50 pl. ix Wdi el-Gass. Temple. vii.338A Stela of year 28 of Amenemhet II, of Khentekhtiwer, in Durham, Oriental Museum, N. 1934. Nibbi in JEA 62 (1976), 49-50 pl. x Wdi el-Gass. Temple. vii.338A Stela of year 1 of Sesostris II, of Khnemhotep, in Durham, Oriental Museum, N. 1935. Brovarski in JEA 62 (1976), 57-73 pls. xi, xiA Deir el-Bahri. Great Temple. Finds. . ii2.375A Fragmentary stela of Senenu, temp. Tuthmosis III, in Chicago IL, Oriental Institute, 8798, and Paris, Muse du Louvre, E. 6244.

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235 Hari in JEA 62 (1976), 102-3 pls. xiv, xivA Karnak. F. Temple of Ptah. ii2.198(7)A Stela of Haremhab. Bourrian in JEA 62 (1976), 145 [1] pl. xxiv [1] Sohg. v.31A Ivory knife handle with animals, Predynastic, in London, British Museum, EA 68512. Bourriau, J. in JEA 62 (1976), 146 [7] pl. xxiv [3] (as Sesostris I) 800-493-640 Head of royal statue wearing nemes, probably from sphinx, greywacke, early Dyn. XII, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.2.1974. see Bourrian in JEA 62 (1976), 146 [8] Nabsha (Tell Faraan). Miscellaneous. iv.9A Red quartzite sphinx of Sesostris III, headless, in London, British Museum, EA 1849. Bourriau, J. in JEA 62 (1976), 147 [19] pl. xxv [2] (as probably Taharqa) 800-817-290 Statuette of kneeling king, lower arms and feet lost, bronze, Dyn. XXV, at Sothebys in 1974, now in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.3.1974. Bourriau, J. in JEA 62 (1976), 147 [20] pl. xxvi [1] 803-077-700 Round-topped stela, woman Deesihebsed, Private songstress of Amun, daughter of Irter[au], Scribe of the chamberlain of the divine adoratress, and woman Udjarenes, in adoration before Re(-Harakhti), Isis, and the four Sons of Horus, and below, four lines of text, wood, Dyn. XXVI, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1974.171. (Probably from Thebes.) Martin in JEA 63 (1977), 13-19 pls. i-iii fig. 1 Saqqra. Tomb of Haremhab. . iii2.655 Account of excavation, with plan, views, and some newly discovered scenes and a statue. see Martin in JEA 63 (1977), 13 Saqqra. Tomb of Haremhab. Re-used blocks. . iii2.661A Blocks of Minnufer, Old Kingdom. Smith, H.S. and Jeffreys, D.G. in JEA 63 (1977), 25 pl. iv [3] Saqqra. Animal Necropolis. Northern Group. Finds from Temple Terrace, etc. .
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236 iii2.824 Panel, head of a king, wood, probably Dyn. XXVI. see Plumley in JEA 63 (1977), 41-2 Qasr Ibrm. Fort. Various. . vii.94A Block of Taharqa. Plumley in JEA 63 (1977), 43 pl. vi [3] Qasr Ibrm. Fort. Various. . vii.94A Slab with names of Taharqa. Plumley in JEA 63 (1977), 43 fig. E pl. vi [4] Qasr Ibrm. Fort. Various. . vii.94A Base of statue of Ramesses III, black granite. Ward, W. A. in JEA 63 (1977), 63-6 pl. ix 803-030-000 Rectangular stela with cornice, offering text invoking Osiris lord of Abydos and Harsiesi, and below, Neferhotep, Singer, son of woman Henu, seated on the ground, dedicated by his beloved friend Nebsumenu (hieroglyphs approximate only), Carrier of bricks, and made by Seneb(r)au, Outline draughtsman, son of Sonb, Dyn. XII, in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, Inv. AP.34. see Kemp in JEA 63 (1977), 75 note 4, cf. fig. 1 on 73 (position) Thebes. C. Near Deir el-Shebrt. Km el-Samak. i2.781A Brick-built dais decorated with painted bows and captives, New Kingdom see Kemp in JEA 63 (1977), 77-81 figs. 1-3 pls. xi, xii Thebes. C. Near Deir el-Shebrt. Km el-aAbd. Building of Amenophis III. i2.781A Description, with position, plan, section, and views, and mention of stamped bricks of Amenophis III. Samson in JEA 63 (1977), 92 fig. 2 aAmrna. Miscellaneous. Reliefs. iv.233-4A Nefertiti, from column-drum, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1893.1-41(71). Davies, W.V. in JEA 63 (1977), 109 pl. xvii [1] El-Bersha. Middle Kingdom Tombs. Various. iv.185A Detail of outer coffin of Sepi, Dyn. XII, in Paris, Muse du Louvre, E.10779.
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237 Gaballa in JEA 63 (1977), 122-4 pls. xxii, xxiiA Saqqra. Objects from tombs. . iii.737 Fragment of stela with text concerning foreign tribute, Dyn. XVIII, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 28569. Gaballa in JEA 63 (1977), 124-5 pls. xxiii [1], xxiiiA [1] Luxor. Forecourt. ii2.317(99)A Fragment of stela of Sethos II, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, Temp. No. 26.2.25.1. Gaballa in JEA 63 (1977), 125-6 pls. xxiii [2], xxiiiA [2] Saqqra. Between the Monastery and the Enclosure of Sekhemkhet. . iii2.667 Lower part of stela of Iuy, late Dyn. XVIII or early Dyn. XIX, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 15115. Millard, A. in JEA 63 (1977), 127-30 pl. xxiv (as queen of Ramesses II). 803-055-200 Fragment of probably votive stela, upper part of Merytamun, Kings great [wife] (of Amenophis I), turning towards [Amenophis I] (cartouches preserved), Dyn. XIX-XX, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, EGA.4354.1943. Wright in JEA 63 (1977), 156-8 with views pl. xxvi Kalbsha. Blocks of earlier date. Ptolemaic chapel re-erected at Elephantine. vii.20A Account and views. Simpson in JEA 63 (1977), 175 fig. 1 Gza. G 2042A. iii2.69A Relief, lower part of deceased seated, with dog Inheb under chair. see Fischer in JEA 63 (1977), 175 Saqqra. Around the Pyramid complex of Unis. . iii2.652A Block of Khenu with part of autobiographical text, mentioning expedition to Aswn in the reign of Unis. Martin in JEA 64 (1978), 6-7 with n. 6 Saqqra. Burial chamber of Khuiywer, late Old Kingdom . iii2.654A Name. Martin in JEA 64 (1978), 5-9 pls. i-iv Saqqra. Tomb of Haremhab. .
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238 iii2.655 Account of excavation. Martin in JEA 64 (1978), 9 pl. iii [1] Saqqra. Tomb of Haremhab. Objects found in shafts. . iii2.661A Small stela, probably temp. Amenophis IV. Martin in JEA 64 (1978), 9 pl. iii [2] Saqqra. Tomb of Haremhab. Objects found in shafts. . iii2.661A Limestone plaque of King Ay. Martin in JEA 64 (1978), 9 pl. iii [3] Saqqra. Tomb of Haremhab. Objects found in shafts. . iii2.661A Stamped jar-handle of Haremhab. Martin in JEA 64 (1978), 9 pl. iv [1] Saqqra. Tomb of Haremhab. Objects found in shafts. . iii2.661A Statue, man kneeling with offering table, late Dyn. XVIII. Martin in JEA 64 (1978), 9 pl. iv [2] Saqqra. Tomb of Haremhab. Objects found in shafts. . iii2.661A Head of statue, late Dyn. XVIII. Martin in JEA 64 (1978), 9 pl. iv [3] Saqqra. Tomb of Haremhab. Objects found in shafts. . iii2.661A Lower part of statuette of Queen Mutnedjemt. see Martin in JEA 64 (1978), 9 Saqqra. Tomb of Haremhab. Objects found in shafts. . iii2.661A Vessel of Amenophis III. see Martin in JEA 64 (1978), 9 Saqqra. Tomb of Haremhab. Objects found in shafts. . iii2.661A Hieratic jar dockets of Haremhab as a Royal Scribe, year 2 of unnamed king. Smith, H.S. and Jeffreys in JEA 64 (1978), 12-20 fig. 1
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239 Saqqra. Northern Enclosure. . iii2.777 Description with plan. Smith, H.S. and Jeffreys in JEA 64 (1978), 19 pl. v [3] Saqqra. Northern Enclosure. . iii2.777 Blocks. (b) Heads of the King and Anubis. el-Khouly in JEA 64 (1978), 41 [80] fig. 1 Saqqra. Finds from east of the Step Pyramid. . iii2.592A Relief, three offering bearers (heads lost), Dyn. V. el-Khouly in JEA 64 (1978), 44 pl. ix el-Lisht. South Pyramid complex of Sesostris I. iv.85A Offering table of Sesostris I, grey granite. el-Khouly in JEA 64 (1978), 39 [48-9] pl. viii [4, 5] Saqqra. Miscellaneous. . iii2.827A Two bronze statuettes, king standing and kneeling, Late Period, from cache north of Pyramid of Userkaf. Sayed in JEA 64 (1978), 70, 71 pl. xi [2] cf. xi [1] Wdi Gawss. vii.339A Text on right jamb of shrine of Ankhu, temp. Sesostris I. Sayed in JEA 64 (1978), 69-71 Wdi Gawss. vii.339A Description of the site. Sayed in JEA 64 (1978), 70 Wdi Gawss. vii.339A Stela with decree of Sesostris I for Antefoker. Peck, W. H. in JEA 64 (1978), 73-5 pls. xii [1, 3], xiii [1] 801-631-130 Statuette of scribe seated on the ground with one knee up, probably from group with baboon of Thoth, basalt, temp. Amenophis III, formerly in A. Raif colln., now in Detroit MI, Institute of Arts, 31.70.

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240 Peck in JEA 64 (1978), 73-5 pls. xii [2, 4], xiii [2] El-Amrna. Miscellaneous. Statues. iv.235A Small steatite scribe-statue, probably temp. Amenophis III, in Berlin, gyptisches Museum, 22621. Peck in JEA 64 (1978), 73 pl. xiii [3] Tell Musti. Temple of Thoth. .. iv.44A Statuette of Tjay before Thoth as baboon, in Berlin, gyptisches Museum, 20001. Peck in JEA 64 (1978), 73 pl. xiii [4] i2.792A Scribe statue, with papyrus roll, serpentine, Dyn. XXIII, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 31.4.1. see Bourrian in JEA 64 (1978), 123 [31] Abydos. Umm el-Qaab. Tomb of Aha (B.19). . v.88A Clay sealing of Aha, in London, British Museum, EA 68676. . see Bourrian in JEA 64 (1978), 123-4 [32-3] Abydos. Umm el-Qaab. Tomb of Den. v.83A Clay sealings of Den, in London, British Museum, EA 68677-9. Bourriau, J. in JEA 64 (1978), 124 [40] pl. xxii [2] 801-431-050 Fragment of legs with hands on knees, from seated statuette, with text mentioning Cusae, schist, probably Dyn. XII, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1976.48. see Bourrian in JEA 64 (1978), 124 [51] El-aAmrna. North Palace. Various. iv.195A Fragment with part of prenomen of Amenophis IV, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1976.567. see Bourrian in JEA 64 (1978), 124 [52] El-aAmrna. Miscellaneous. Reliefs. iv.233-4A Fragment with cartouche of Amenophis IV, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1976.52. see Bourrian in JEA 64 (1978), 125 [54] 8 Fragment with names of the Aten, temp. Amenophis IV, in London, British Museum, EA 68661.

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241 see Bourrian in JEA 64 (1978), 125 [64] aAmra West. Miscellaneous. vii.164A Stela, Ramesses II offering to Satis, in London, British Museum, EA 68675. see Bourrian in JEA 64 (1978), 125 [53] El-aAmrna. Great Official Palace. Broad Hall. iv.198A Relief fragment with part of face, in London, British Museum, EA 68584. see Bourriau, J. in JEA 64 (1978), 125 [65] 801-650-280 Upper part of statue of a Chief of the Two Lands, General (probably), etc., probably Merneptah (later king) or Sety-merneptah (later Sethos II), wearing sidelock, black granite, temp. Ramesses II or Merneptah, in London, British Museum, EA 68682. see Bourriau, J. in JEA 64 (1978), 125 [66] (as New Kingdom) 800-798-350 Headless torso, arms and upper parts of legs of a royal statuette, with remains of text on back pillar, bronze, 3rd Int. Period, in London, British Museum, EA 68663. see Bourrian in JEA 64 (1978), 125 [67] Tell el-Faran. Miscellaneous. iv.45A Statue-fragment, granite, New Kingdom, in London, British Museum, EA 68671. see Bourrian in JEA 64 (1978), 125 [69] 8 Fragment with remains of three columns of inscription, New Kingdom, in London, British Museum, EA 68662. see Bourrian in JEA 64 (1978), 125 [71] 8 Relief fragment, torso of male figure, New Kingdom, in London, British Museum, EA 68581. see Bourrian in JEA 64 (1978), 125 [70] 8 Relief fragment, rear of two horses and chariot-wheel, New Kingdom, in London, British Museum, EA 68673. see Bourrian in JEA 64 (1978), 125 [72] 8 Block with incised hieratic graffiti, New Kingdom, in London, British Museum, EA 68674.

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242 see Bourrian in JEA 64 (1978), 126 [80] Qasr Ibrm. Fort. Various. . vii.94A Block with name of Taharqa, sandstone, in London, British Museum, EA 68664. Bourriau, J. in JEA 64 (1978), 126 [83] pl. xxii [3] 801-750-182 Statuette of a Director of singers of the temple of Neith, lower part, holding Osiris, with text with cartouches of Apries and Amasis, granite, temp. Amasis, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1976.49. see Bourrian in JEA 64 (1978), 126 [86] Armant. Necropolis. Bucheum. v.159A Fragments of miniature offering table, perhaps of Nektanebos II, schist, in London, British Museum, EA 68582. see Bourrian in JEA 64 (1978), 126 [88] 8 Sistrum handle with cartouche of a Ptolemy, faience, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1976.50. see Bourrian in JEA 64 (1978), 127 [94] Qasr Ibrm. Fort. Various. . vii.94A Offering table with cursive Meroitic inscription, sandstone, in London, British Museum, EA 68681. see Bourrian in JEA 64 (1978), 127 [98] Omit. Steatite torso, almost certainly Osiris, probably Late Period, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1976.51. Ruffle in JEA 64 (1978), 132 pl. xxiv 8 Walking stick of Djehutimosi, Butler of the Kings daughter, Dyn. XVIII, in Birmingham, City Museum and Art Gallery, 474.52. see Montagu in JEA 64 (1978), 133-4 fig. 1 Valley of the Kings. KV 62, Tutankhamun. i2.584A Bronze trumpet, 50gg, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 62008 (CG 69851). Mlek, J. in JEA 64 (1978), 138-40 fig. 1 8 Texts of two canopic jars of Neferseshem-psametek, probably Dyn. XXX, formerly on loan to Norwich, Castle Museum, 11.14.

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243 Donohue in JEA 64 (1978), 143 fig. 1 on 144 Dendera. Tomb of Neferseshem-pepy. v.112A Stela of deceased, in Bolton, Bolton Museum and Art Gallery, 56.98. Caminos in JEA 64 (1978), 154 fig. 1 Abydos. Miscellaneous. v.102A Detail of stela of Nebamun, Dyn. XVIII, in London, Petrie Museum, 14348. see Aldred, C. in JEA 64 (1978), 175 [middle] 801-711-300 Upper part of seated statue, ...ubaste, son of Iry (mother), with text mentioning Bubastis mistress of Bubastis (Tell Basta), red granite, Dyn. XXI-XXIV, formerly in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 26645, now . in London, Petrie Museum, 14313. (Probably from Tell Bast. a.) see Aldred in JEA 64 (1978), 175 Objects from Theban Temples. Statues. ii2.534A Male head, early Dyn. XVIII, in London, Petrie Museum, 14801. see Aldred, C. in JEA 64 (1978), 175 801-650-300 Upper part of seated man, probably from seated pair statuette, with text mentioning Amun lord of the Thrones of the Two Lands, 1st half of Dyn. XVIII, in London, Petrie Museum, 8803. see Aldred, C. in JEA 64 (1978), 175 801-685-230 Bust of statuette of a princess or queen, steatite, probably temp. Amenophis III, in London, Petrie Museum, 16486. see Aldred, C. in JEA 64 (1978), 175 801-685-231 Upper part of statuette of a princess or queen, steatite, probably temp. Amenophis III, in London, Petrie Museum, 16487. Martin in JEA 65 (1979), 13-16 pl. ii fig. 1 on 14 Saqqra. Tomb of Haremhab. . iii2.655A Account of excavation, with plan and views of shaft IV. Martin in JEA 65 (1979), 15 pl. iii [1, 2] Saqqra. Tomb of Haremhab. Objects found in shafts. . iii2.661A
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244 Hieratic jar dockets, including year 13 of Haremhab, from shaft IV. Martin in JEA 65 (1979), 16 pl. iii [3] Saqqra. Tomb of Haremhab. Objects found in shafts. . iii2.661A Miniature stela of Ay. see Smith, H.S. and Jeffreys in JEA 65 (1979), 27 Saqqra. Sacred Animal Complexes. Eastern Group. Northern Enclosure. . iii2.777A Cornice block of Ptolemy II Philadelphus. Fischer in JEA 65 (1979), 42-4 figs. 1, 2 Saqqra. Tomb No. 73 [D 13], Shepsi. . iii2.482A Reconstruction of text at top of false door, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 1379. Fischer in JEA 65 (1979), 44-6 figs. 3, 4 and n. 11 El-Hagrsa. Tomb of Mery II. v.35A Reconstruction of the text with cartouche of Neferkare, and correction of the name of wife Ibi. Kemp in JEA 65 (1979), 47-53 pls. vii, viii, figs. 1, 2 El-aAmrna. Workmens Village. iv.209A Wall paintings from houses, dancing Bes figures before Tueris, and group of women and girls, probably dancers and musicians. Assmann in JEA 65 (1979), 54-77 pls. ix, x Thebes. TT 163, Amenemhet. Dyn. XIX i2.276A Scenes, including harpist with song, etc., partly in London, British Museum, EA 55336-7. Littauer and Crouwel in JEA 65 (1979), 118 pl. xv [2] Valley of the Kings. KV 62, Tutankhamun. i2.577-8A Box, 21, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 61467, right side, King charging Syrians. Littauer and Crouwel in JEA 65 (1979), 115-16 pl. xvi [1] ragment faience bowl, chariot and man carrying prisoners, faience, probably 3rd Int. Period, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 59.642. Littauer and Crouwel in JEA 65 (1979), 116 pl. xvi [2] 8
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245 Relief trial piece, chariot, King with captives, etc., probably Ptolemaic, in Berlin, gyptisches Museum, 3425. Littauer and Crouwel in JEA 65 (1979), 117 pl. xvi [3] (as Late Period) 8 Painted sketch (trial piece) for relief, man in chariot, Dyn. XVIII, in Hanover, Kestner-Museum, 2952. Brier and Bennett in JEA 65 (1979), 131 pl. xxiii [2] Thebes. TT 2, Khabekhnet. i2.8(20)A Anubis tending mummy in form of fish on couch, scene 2. Bourrian in JEA 65 (1979), 153 [53] pl. xxvi [3] 8 Gold signet ring of Sheshonk (TT 27), temp. Amasis to Apries, in London, British Museum, EA 68868. . see McNaught in JEA 65 (1979), 163-4 8 Alabaster ointment-jar of Senenmut (TT 71, 353), in London, British Museum, EA 29333. Mills, A. J. in JEA 65 (1979), 166 pl. xxix Karnak. Temple of Mut. Statues of Sekhmet. ii2.268A Two busts [left=802-120-290 right=802-120-291], in possession of Mrs A. Johnstone, Trewithen House, Cornwall. Insley, C. in JEA 65 (1979), 167-9 pl. xxx, xxxi 801-751-278 Statuette of Unnufer, Libation-priest of King Harsiesi (probably Harsiesi I), son of Bes Bs and Mert-khons, kneeling pouring libation on offering-table, with text mentioning Onnophris, bronze, probably late Dyn. XXV or early Dyn. XXVI, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.11.1937. Fischer in JEA 65 (1979), 180 fig. 1 [a] Saqqra. Tomb of Niankh-pepy. Burial chamber. . iii2.630A Squatting female statuette. Fischer in JEA 65 (1979), 180 fig. 1 [b] 8 Model of kneeling female mourner, Old Kingdom, in Jerusalem, Israel Museum, 70.36.19. Kemp in JEA 66 (1980), 5-16 figs. 1, 3, 5 pls. i [1, 2], ii [1, 2] El-aAmrna. Workmens Village. iv.209A
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246 Preliminary report on EES expedition, 1979, with plans and views. Kemp in JEA 66 (1980), 14-15 fig. 6 El-aAmrna. Workmens Village. iv.209A Plaster fragments with remains of painted hieroglyphs. Smith, H. S. and Jeffreys in JEA 66 (1980), 17-27 figs. 1, 3, 4 Saqqra. Greek Serapeum Enclosure area. Northern Enclosure. . iii2.777A Preliminary report on EES. expedition 1978-9, with plans. Smith, H.S. and Jeffreys in JEA 66 (1980), 18 pl. iii [2] Saqqra. Greek Serapeum Enclosure area. Late Period Cemetery. . iii2.562A Anthropoid coffin with remains of inscriptions, Late Period. see Kkosy in JEA 66 (1980), 48, 50 cf. fig. 1 (from Davies) El-Khrga Oasis. Temple of Hibis. vii.285(113)A Scene in register V. Kkosy in JEA 66 (1980), 50-1 pl. vii [1-3] Saqqra. Objects from Tombs. . iii2.755A Hathor-pillar fragment of Neferhotep, Dyn. XIX, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 18928. . . see Kkosy in JEA 66 (1980), 50 cf. figs. 2, 3 (from Calverley) Abydos. Temple of Sethos I. Chapel of Ptah. vi.11(111)A Plow of bark, and small figures of King below, in upper register. see Wysocki in JEA 66 (1980), 54-69 with plans, sections, views, etc. on figs. 1-9, pls. viii, ix Deir el-Bahri. Great Tle. Upper Court. . ii2.357A Description with plans, sections, views, etc. Bosse-Griffith in JEA 66 (1980), 79 pl. xi [3] Karnak. 10th Pylon. Blocks of Amenophis IV. ii2.190A Block, head of person adoring the Aten, in Luxor Museum, J.207. Bosse-Griffith in JEA 66 (1980), 75-82 pl. xi [1] Ashmnein. Pylon of Ram. II. Re-used aAmrna blocks.
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247 iv.168A Relief, girl (Queen?) playing lute, from marsh scene, in Brooklyn, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 60.197.9. Zabkar in JEA 66 (1980), 127-36 pls. xv, xvi Philae. Tle. of Isis. Room X. vi.243(358)-(359)A Top register, King offers sphinx ointment-jar to Isis, and necklace to Hathor. see Bourriau in JEA 66 (1980), 137-8 [21] Karnak. Temple. of Mut. ii2.264A Fragment of statue of Sekhmet, basalt, temp. Amenophis III, in Glasgow, Hunterian Museum, D.1978.1. see Bourriau in JEA 66 (1980), 138 [22] Valley of the Kings. KV 17, Sethos I. i2.545A Relief fragment, in Glasgow, Hunterian Museum, D.1978.3. see Bourriau in JEA 66 (1980), 138 [23] Valley of the Kings. KV 17, Sethos I. i2.543A Fragment of lid of sarcophagus, in Glasgow, Hunterian Museum, D.1978.4. see Bourriau in JEA 66 (1980), 139 [110] Abydos, Miscellaneous. In Private Collections. Ex Kennard Colln. v.104A Diorite bowl inscribed with name of Snofru, Old Kingdom, in Liverpool, Liverpool Museum, 1977.112.123. see Bourriau in JEA 66 (1980), 139 [111] 8 Fragment of diorite bowl with name of Senusert, Dyn. XII, in Liverpool, Liverpool Museum, 1977.112.296. see Bourriau in JEA 66 (1980), 140 [168] Abydos, Cemetery E. of Garstang. Excavations 1907-9. v.67A Stela of Sebekemhet, Middle Kingdom, in Liverpool, Liverpool Museum, 1977.109.35. . see Bourriau in JEA 66 (1980), 140 [169] Abydos, Cemetery E. of Garstang. Excavations 1907-9. v.67A Stela of User ..., Middle Kingdom, in Liverpool, Liverpool Museum, 1977.109.37.

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248 Bourriau in JEA 66 (1980), 140 [170] pl. xvii [1] Abydos, Cemetery E. of Garstang. Excavations 1907-9. v.67A Stela of Sekher, Middle Kingdom, in Liverpool, Liverpool Museum, 1977.109.36. see Bourriau in JEA 66 (1980), 141 [223] Esna, Hagar Esna-Cemetery. . v.165A Stela of Harhotep, Dyn. XIII, in Liverpool, Liverpool Museum, 1977.110.31. see Bourriau in JEA 66 (1980), 141 [224] Esna, Hagar Esna. Cemetery. . v.165A Shell of Sesostris I, in Liverpool, Liverpool Museum, 1977.110.1. see Bourriau in JEA 66 (1980), 141 [245] 8 Ointment jar, alabaster with list of contents on lid, Middle Kingdom, in Liverpool, Liverpool Museum, 1977.112.31. see Bourriau in JEA 66 (1980), 141[322-31a] Abydos, Cemetery T of Peet. v.71A From tomb 941, jewellery, etc. Middle Kingdom, in Liverpool, Liverpool Museum, 1977.108.1-11. Bourriau in JEA 66 (1980), 142 [360] Abydos Cemetery E of Garstang. From various tombs. v.67A Small offering table with hieratic (?) text, Middle Kingdom, in Liverpool, Liverpool Museum, 1977.109.39. see Bourriau in JEA 66 (1980), 142 [394-6] Tkh (Nubt). . v.117A Three alabaster vases from deposit of Tuthmosis III, in Liverpool, Liverpool Museum, 1977.112.15-17. Bourriau in JEA 66 (1980), 142 [451] 8 Stela, man offering to Osiris, New Kingdom, in Liverpool, Liverpool Museum, 1977.112.4. see Bourriau in JEA 66 (1980), 142 [452] 8 Upper part of stela with three lines of text, name lost, New Kingdom, in Liverpool, Liverpool Museum, 1977.112.5.
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249 see Bourriau in JEA 66 (1980), 142 [461-8] Abydos, Late Cemetery of Garstang. v.67A Stelae, Graeco-Roman, in Liverpool, Liverpool Museum, 1977.109.40-44, and 1977.109.46-48. Bourriau in JEA 66 (1980), 143 [469] pl. xviii [3] Abydos, Late Cemetery of Garstang. v.67A Stela, Graeco-Roman, in Liverpool, Liverpool Museum, 1977.109.45. see Bourriau in JEA 66 (1980), 143 [470] Abydos, Late Cemetery of Garstang. v.67A Offering table of Esinhert, Late Period, in Liverpool, Liverpool Museum, 1977.109.49. Bourriau in JEA 66 (1980), 143 [474] Hagar Esna. Cemetery v.165A Offering table, inscribed, Graeco-Roman, in Liverpool, Liverpool Museum, 1977.110.32. Giveon, R. in JEA 66 (1980), 146-7 [E 29] pl. xix [1] 803-055-223 Round-topped stela, god Reshef holding axe, spear and shield, dedicated by Suro Sr, wab-priest of HorusKhentekhtai lord of Athribis (Kem-wer), Dyn. XIX, in Chicago IL, Oriental Institute Museum, 10569. Ray in JEA 66 (1980), 170-1 (from Wilkinson MSS.) fig. 1 Saqqra. Tomb of Haremakhet. . iii2.718-19A Demotic adscript of stela, in London, British Museum, EA 391. Myliwiec in JEA 66 (1980), 171-2 pl. xxiv Edfu Tell. Miscellaneous. v.205A Detail of cartonnage of woman Isunes, Roman, in London, British Museum, EA 29583. see Martin in JEA 67 (1981), 2-3 Saqqra. iii2.661A Description of tomb of Paser, temp. Ramesses II. see Martin in JEA 67 (1981), 3 Saqqra. iii2.661A Description of tomb of Raia, probably Dyn. XIX.
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250 Kemp in JEA 67 (1981), 5-16 figs. 1, 5 pl. ii [1] El-aAmrna. Workmens Village. iv.209A Preliminary report on the EES El-aAmrna expedition, with plans and view. see Kemp in JEA 67 (1981), 14 El-aAmrna. Workmens Village. iv.209A Hieratic jar labels. see Smith, H.S. and Jeffreys in JEA 67 (1981), 23 Saqqra. iii2.701A Position of tomb of Sihathor Ipi, early Middle Kingdom. see Smith, H.S. and Jeffreys in JEA 67 (1981), 23 Saqqra. iii2.558A Tomb of Sekwaskhet, early Middle Kingdom. see Harpur in JEA 67 (1981), 24-30 cf. fig. 1 (from L.D.) _ Gza. G 7948, Rakhaefankh. iii2.207(2)A Identity of Iteti. see Reeves in JEA 67 (1981), 48-55 with plan Valley of the Kings. KV 55. i2.565A Discussion, with plan showing position of objects. Sherman in JEA 67 (1981), 82-102 pls. xiii, xiv figs. 1-4 Athribis. Miscellaneous. Statues. iv.66A Statue-base of Djeho, temp. Ptolemy I, in Chicago IL, Oriental Institute Museum, 10589. see Bourriau in JEA 67 (1981), 150 [256] Meir. Miscellaneous. iv.256A Coffin of Khnemhotep, Middle Kingdom, in Edinburgh, Royal Museum of Scotland, 1979.203eA. see Bourriau in JEA 67 (1981), 150 [258] Qw el-Kebr. Tomb of Wahka II. Finds. v.14A Male servant figure, wood, in London, Petrie Museum, 31240.
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251 see Bourriau in JEA 67 (1981), 150 [264-88] Qw el-Kebr. Tomb of Wahka II. v.14A Statue fragments in various materials, in London, Petrie Museum, 31276, 31280, 31282, 31284-305. see Bourriau in JEA 67 (1981), 152 [637-8] Qift. Miscellaneous. Various. . v.134A Faience inlays with cartouche of Sethos II. Bourriau, J. in JEA 67 (1981), 152 [639] pl. xv [1] (reversed) (as Neb...) 803-055-204 Bottom right corner of a probably rectangular votive stela, remains of two registers and text on jamb, I, kilt and feet of a seated(?) man, II, probably Hathor cow, greywacke, probably Dyn. XIX-XX, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.9.1979. see Mlek in JEA 67 (1981), 156 8 Block of Hori, probably temp. Ramesses II, with Tano (dealer). see Mlek in JEA 67 (1981), 156-7 Saqqra. Objects from Tombs. . iii2.759A Blocks of Ptahmosi, Dyn. XIX, in London, British Museum, 160. see Mlek in JEA 67 (1981), 157-65 fig. 2 on 161 Saqqra. Tomb No. 5 (of Loret), Mosi. . iii2.553A Reconstruction and plan. Mlek in JEA 67 (1981), 158, 160 fig. 1 Saqqra. Tomb No. 5 (of Loret), Mosi. . iii2.555(0.4)A Doorway post, deceased adoring, etc. Mlek in JEA 67 (1981), 163 fig. 3 Saqqra. Tomb No. 5 (of Loret), Mosi. . iii2.555A Relief, deceased and wife adoring. Mlek in JEA 67 (1981), 164 pl. xvii Saqqra. Tomb No. 5 (of Loret), Mosi. . iii2.554A Pillar E/D (=Gaballa IV), in Sydney, Nicholson Museum of Antiquities.
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252 Mlek in JEA 67 (1981), 165 pl. xviii fig. 4 8 Relief, Vizier painting naos, Ramesside, formerly in Rotellar colln. see Fischer in JEA 67 (1981), 166-7 cf. fig. 1 (from Simpson) Gza. G 7102, Idu. iii2.186(1)(e)-(f)A Text of shrine with coffin on sledge dragged by oxen. see Fischer in JEA 67 (1981), 167-8 cf. fig. 2 (from Simpson) Gza. G 7150, Khufukhaef [II] iii2.190(3)A Text of the Instructress of dancers. Davies, W.V. in JEA 67 (1981), 176-7 pl. xxi figs. 1, 2 Atfh. Finds. iv.76A Base and foreleg of black granite sphinx of Sebekhotep IV, in London, Petrie Museum, 14650. Davies, W.V. in JEA 67 (1981), 177-8 pl. xxi [2] fig. 3 8 Bronze axe-head of King Senenre, Dyn. XIV or XVII, in London, Petrie Museum, 30079. see Larson in JEA 67 (1981), 180-1 cf. fig. 1 (from Aldred) Theban Temples. Objects. ii2.533A Fragment of statue of Amenophis III in chequered cloak. see Mlek in JEA 67 (1981), 184-5 fig. 1 Gza. G 4710, Sethu. iii2.135A Titles of wife. Gillam in JEA 67 (1981), 185-7 pl. xxii [lower] Omit. Statuette of frog-headed Kek, squatting, serpentine, Late Period or Ptolemaic, in London, Petrie Museum, 30154. see Tait in JEA 67 (1981), 202 Sinai. Serabt el-Khdim. Finds. . vii.364A Sistrum handle fragment of Sethos II, faience, in London, British Museum, EA 41838. Martin, G. T. in JEA 67 (1981), 203 [184]
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253 801-423-701 Heny, Steward, with text mentioning Ptah-Sokari, probably early Dyn. XII, formerly in Omar Pasha Sultan and N. Schimmel collns. and at Sothebys (New York) in 1992. see Spencer, A.J. in JEA 68 (1982), 20-6 fig. 1 pl. i [1] Saqqra. Tomb D 46, Setju. . iii2.577A Description, with plan and view of detail. Spencer, A.J. in JEA 68 (1982), 22-6 pls. i [2], ii [1], fig. 2 Saqqra. Tomb D 46, Setju. . iii2.577A Lower part of north false door of Nefertememsaf, Middle Kingdom. Spencer, A.J. in JEA 68 (1982), 22, 26 pl. ii [2] Saqqra. Tomb D 46, Setju. . iii2.577A Right jamb of south false door, butchers. Fischer in JEA 68 (1982), 45-50 fig. El-Lhn Mastaba of Inpy. iv.110A Fragmentary text with instruction from deceased to his sons [=Petrie, Lahun II, pl. xxx]. Bourriau in JEA 68 (1982), 51-5 fig. pl. iii [1] (as Dyn. XIII) Saqqra. Objects from Tombs. iii2.738A Stela of Senbuy, 2nd Int. Period, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.SS.37. Bourriau in JEA 68 (1982), 55-6 pl. iii [3, 4] Mt Rahna. Miscellaneous. iii2.863A Headless kneeling statue of Amenophis III with offering table, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.82.1913. Bourriau, J. in JEA 68 (1982), 56-9 pl. iii [2] fig. 2 803-055-198 Rectangular votive stela, Ptah who hears prayers seated at table, and below, six lines of offering text for Panehesi, Head of goldworkers of the mansion of gold, etc., son of Paraemhab, Head of goldworkers, and woman Tami(t), Songstress of Amun, year 4 of Baenre-meriamun (Merneptah), in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.195.1899. (Said to have been found at Akhmm.) Clre in JEA 68 (1982), 60-8 figs. pls. iv-vi Abydos. Miscellaneous.
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254 v.96 and 103 Stela of Sankhptah, Chamberlain, temp. Rahotp (Dyn. XVII) (upper part in London, British Museum, EA . . 833). Davies, W. V. in JEA 68 (1982), 69-70 pl. vii [1, 2] Karnak. Miscellaneous from Third Pylon. ii2.73A Stela of Neferhotep (Sekhemre-Sankhtaui), in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 59635. Davies, W. V. in JEA 68 (1982), 70-1 pls. vii [3, 4], viii [1-4] Deir el-Bahri. Finds from the Temple. . ii2.393A Squatting statue, name lost, lower part, Dyn. XIII-XVII, in London, British Museum, EA 494. Martin, G. T. in JEA 68 (1982), 81-3 pl. ix [1] 804-054-500 Tomb relief, upper part of two offering bearers called Anenna nnn3, Custodian, and Ramosi Ra-ms, Overseer of sculptors, son of Smentaui Smn-t3wj, Elder of the craftsmen, early Dyn. XIX, formerly in Bloomfield Hills MI, Cranbrook Academy of Art, 1939.90 and in New York, Sotheby Parke-Bernet, in 1972, now in Pittsburgh PA, The Carnegie Museum of Natural History, 72.18.1. (Probably from Saqqra.) Martin, G. T. in JEA 68 (1982), 83-4 pl. ix [2] (as early Ramesside) El-aAmrna. Miscellaneous. iv.232A Small stela of Sem, temp. Amenophis IV, in Cincinnati OH, Cincinnati Art Museum, 1947.55. Bierbrier in JEA 68 (1982), 85-92 figs. and pls. x, xi Deir el-Medna. Miscellaneous. i2.744A Offering-table of Piay, temp. Ramesses II, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.SS.15. De Meulenaere, H. in JEA 68 (1982), 139-44 pl. xiv [2] 801-747-150 Lower part of statue of Harsiesi, Vizier, etc., kneeling holding stela, end of Dyn. XXV or early Dyn. XXVI, in Philadelphia PA, The University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, E 16025. (Acquired at Gza.) Caminos in JEA 68 (1982), 145-55 figs. pls. xv-xvii 8 Mummy bandages of Harpakhem son of Taamun, Dyn. XXVI or later, with K. W. Rendell, Inc. . (Newton, MA). see James, T. G. H. in JEA 68 (1982), 157 8
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255 Stela with two scenes, Roman Emperor before divinities, Roman, in London, British Museum, EA 789. see James, T. G. H. in JEA 68 (1982), 157 8 Sarcophagus of Pedihor-haphap, Dyn. XXX, in London, British Museum, EA 790 (as Ptolemaic). James, T. G. H. in JEA 68 (1982), 156-65 pls. xviii, xix 802-120-470 Statue of lion-headed goddess, probably Buto, seated, arms lost, and on sides of throne, painted scenes of Amasis offering to [Horus of Pe] and [Buto], with [Souls of Pe] and [Souls of Nekhen] below, wood, temp. Amasis, in London, British Museum, EA 11482. Kemp in JEA 69 (1983), 5-7, 10, 12-15 fig. 1 El-aAmrna. Workmens Village. iv.209A Preliminary report of 1981-2 excavations of the EES, with plan. see Kemp in JEA 69 (1983), 14 El-aAmrna. Workmens Village. iv.209A Hieratic jar labels. see Kemp in JEA 69 (1983), 14 cf. fig. 2 El-aAmrna. Workmens Village. iv.209A Fragment of faience ring bezel with prenomen of Tutankhamun. Jones, M. in JEA 69 (1983), 15-21 fig. 6 El-aAmrna. Town. North Suburb. iv.200A Preliminary report of EES 1981-2 excavations, with plan. Martin, G. T. in JEA 69 (1983), 25-9 fig. 1 pl. v [1, 2] Sqqra. G. Between the Monastery of Apa Jeremias, etc. Tomb of Tia. iii2.654A Preliminary report on the EES excavations, 1982, with plan and views. Martin, G.T. in JEA 69 (1983), 28 pl. v [3] Saqqra. G. Between the Monastery of Apa Jeremias, etc. Tomb of Tia. South Chapel A, North wall. . iii2.654A Deceased and wife adore row of nine divinities. Martin, G.T. in JEA 69 (1983), 28 pl. vi [1] Saqqra. G. Between the Monastery of Apa Jeremias, etc. Tomb of Tia. Second Court. W. Wall. .
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256 iii2.654A Tia adores deity in shrine with bowing offering bearers beneath. Martin, G.T. in JEA 69 (1983), 28 pl. vi [3] Saqqra. G. Between the Monastery of Apa Jeremias, etc. Tomb of Tia. South Chapel. S. wall. . iii2.654A Two boats, one with deceased and wife seated in kiosk, from journey to Abydos. Martin in JEA 69 (1983), 28 fig. 2 Saqqra. Tomb of Tia. . iii2.654A Name of daughter Meten...nufer, from south wall of Central Chapel. see Martin in JEA 69 (1983), 28 Saqqra. Tomb of Tia. Second Court. E. Wall. . iii2.654A Three scenes with text above, 1, deceased and wife offering seven sacred oils to Osiris, 2, censing and libating and wife with bouquet, to Horus and Isis, 3, adoring Atum. Martin, G.T. in JEA 69 (1983), 28 Saqqra. Tomb of Tia. Central Chapel. East Wall. . iii2.654A King adores Hathor cow in shrine with statue in front. see Martin, G.T. in JEA 69 (1983), 28 Saqqra. Tomb of Tia. Central Chapel. South Wall. . iii2.654A Deceased and wife with daughters and royal family adore statue of Osiris in shrine. Smith, H.S. et al. in JEA 69 (1983), 30, 33 fig. 2 Mt Rahna. L. Temple of Rameasses II. Temple A. iii2.845A Description with plan. see Smith, H.S. et al. in JEA 69 (1983), 35, 38 Mt Rahna. L. Temple of Ramesses II. Temple A. iii2.845A Inscribed monuments and fragments, including re-used false door of Kaires, Dyn. V-VI. see Smith, H.S. et al. in JEA 69 (1983), 33 Mt Rahna. L. Temple of Ramesses II. Temple B. iii2.845A Description.

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257 see Smith, H.S. et al. in JEA 69 (1983), 38 Mt Rahna. L. Temple of Ramesses II. Temple B. iii2.845A Inscribed monuments and fragments, including a relief from a tomb Dyn. V-VI with remains of two registers of men. see Smith, H.S. et al. in JEA 69 (1983), 39 Mt Rahna. Found near South Gate. iii2.837A Statue of Ramesses II holding standard with head of divinity. see Vandersleyen in JEA 69 (1983), 61-5 Saqqra. Tomb 36, Kaaper. . iii2.459A Statue of man Sheikh el-Beled. Tefnin in JEA 69 (1983), 96-107 pls. viii, ix [1, 2], x [3] (restoration) Karnak. Eighth Pylon. In front of South face. ii2.176A N. Upper part of statue of Ahmosi Merytamun, in London, British Museum, EA 93. . Tefnin in JEA 69 (1983), 102-5 pls. ix [3, 4], x [1, 2 ] x [3] (restoration) Karnak. Eighth Pylon. In front of South face. ii2.176A N. Statue of Ahmosi Merytamun. . Zabkar in JEA 69 (1983), 115-37 pls. xi-xvi Philae. Temple of Isis. Room X. vi.243A (352)-(353) Inner lintel, double scenes. Bourriau in JEA 69 (1983), 145 [271] pl. xviii [1, 2] Qift. Miscellaneous. . v.130-1A Two lion tatues, Dyn. I, restored from fragments, in London, Petrie Museum, 4A, B. see Bourriau in JEA 69 (1983), 146 [311] Qift. Great Temple. Temple of Amenemhet I and Sesostris I. . . v.125A Pottery stand with remains of statue of lion, and dogs in relief, Old Kingdom, in London, Petrie Museum, 34867 and 29771-2. %see Bourriau, J. in JEA 69 (1983), 146 [316] (as block) Saqqra. Position unknown. Tomb of Inpukha. Dyn. V.
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258 Lower part of false door, formerly in Lady Meux colln., now in Sir H. Wellcome colln., on loan to Manchester, Manchester Museum, 4567/1937. see Bourriau in JEA 69 (1983), 147 [338] Hagar Esna. Cemeteries. . v.165A Stela of Iotres, Middle Kingdom or 2nd Int. Period, in Wellcome, Sir H. colln., 4559/1937 (as H f-rs) (on loan to Manchester, The Manchester Museum). Bourriau, J. in JEA 69 (1983), 147 [349] pl. xviii [3] 802-038-120 Statuette of seated Osiris, head lost, no text but part of Horus-name of a king, possibly 2nd Int. Period, in London, Charles Ede Ltd., in 1980, now in London, British Museum, EA 69216. see Bourriau in JEA 69 (1983), 148 [500] 803-055-742 Round-topped votive stela, Meryre, Head of works (on the colossal statue called) Re of the Rulers, in adoration before seated Satis mistress of Elephantine, black granite, Dyn. XIX, in Manchester, The Manchester Museum (on loan from Sir H. Wellcome colln. 4566/1937). see Bourriau, J. in JEA 69 (1983), 148 [506] (as possibly from Thebes) 803-050-063 Round-topped stela, three registers, I, Huy, Royal scribe, General of the Lord of the Two Lands, wife Mutnefert, Songstress of Isis, and Piay, Servant (sdm) (dedicator of stela) in adoration before seated Osiris, Isis and Horus, II, four men and four women in adoration, III, three sisters and two brothers seated on the ground, Dyn. XIX, in Manchester, The Manchester Museum (on loan from Sir H. Wellcome colln. 4564/1937). see Bourriau in JEA 69 (1983), 148 [513] 803-055-740 Round-topped stela, [person] (erased and name illegible) before seated hawk-headed Atum-Khepri-ReHarakhti, with seven lines of sun hymn below, mid-Dyn. XVIII, in Manchester, The Manchester Museum (on loan from Sir H. Wellcome colln. 4560/1937). see Bourriau in JEA 69 (1983), 148 [514] (description inaccurate) 803-050-065 Round-topped stela, two registers, I, Huy, Child of the nursery, in adoration before seated Onnophris (upper part lost), II, woman pouring libation before seated Huy and wife Henut on left, with Tjuro, Child of the nursery, seated on right, and two lines of offering text below, mid-Dyn. XVIII, in Manchester, The Manchester Museum (on loan from Sir H. Welcome colln. 4570/1937. see Bourriau in JEA 69 (1983), 148 [515] 803-055-745 Round-topped votive stela, two rams of Amun-Re and four lines of offering text invoking Amun-Re on
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259 behalf of Peniuemitru, Goldworker, schist, Dyn. XIX, formerly in R. G. Stannard colln., now in Manchester, The Manchester Museum (on loan from Sir H. Wellcome colln. 4571/1937). (Moved here from v.164.) see Bourriau in JEA 69 (1983), 149 [517] 8 Upper part of bronze situla of Irsankhesi, 3rd Int. Period, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.12.1981. see Bourriau in JEA 69 (1983), 149 [526] 8 Mirror in shape of lotus leaf, of Ptahhotep, bronze, probably Dyn. XXVI, in London, Petrie Museum, 30210 Bourriau in JEA 69 (1983), 149 [535] pl. xix [1] 801-805-120 Statue of woman holding double cornucopia, probably Arsino II (wife of Ptolemy II Philadelphus), early Ptol., in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.27.1981. see Bourriau, J. in JEA 69 (1983), 149 [539] (as Ptolemaic). 803-075-070 Round-topped stela, man in adoration before Re-Harakhti (no text) on right, and before Atum (no text) on left, with column of text mentioning Osiris in the middle, and below, five lines of offering text mentioning Re-Harakhti and Atum on behalf of Harsiesi, Prophet of Min, Horus and Isis of Koptos in the 3rd phyle, son of Mindjefa, Prophet of Min, Horus and Isis of Koptos, and of woman Ubasteardais, late Dyn. XXVI, in Manchester, The Manchester Museum (on loan from Sir H. Wellcome colln. 4572/1937). see Bourriau in JEA 69 (1983), 149 [546] Qift. Miscellaneous. v.132A Statuette of Min, serpentine, Ptolemaic, in London, Petrie Museum, 34910. -see Bourriau in JEA 69 (1983), 150 [559] (as Ptolemaic) Omit. Stela, Tuthmosis III seated before Min, <<>>, in Sir H. Wellcome colln. 4563/1937, on loan to Manchester, The Manchester Museum. see Bourriau in JEA 69 (1983), 151 [729] 8 Stela, deceased before Isis, Osiris, and Anubis, Roman, in Sir H. Wellcome colln. 4568/1937, on loan to Manchester, The Manchester Museum. see Ogdon, J.R. in JEA 69 (1983), 159-61, cf. fig. 1 Gza. G 7102, Idu. iii2.186(1)A
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260 Text accompanying shrine, with coffin on sledge, dragged by oxen. DAuria in JEA 69 (1983), 161-2 fig. 1 Deir el-Bahri. Great Temple. Miscellaneous. . ii2.377A Faience votive object with name of Tuthmosis III and woman Beketamun, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 05.239. DAuria in JEA 69 (1983), 162 pl. 20 Thebes. Objects. i2.843A Curved stick of Amenmosi, Servant of Princess Beketamun, temp. Tuthmosis III or IV, in Brooklyn Museum, 37.1830E. see Bourriau in JEA 69 (1983), 163 Mt Rahna. Miscellaneous. iii2.863A Headless kneeling statue of Amenophis III with offering table, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.82.1913. Martin, G. T. in JEA 70 (1984), fig. 1 on 6 pls. iii, v [1] Saqqra. Tomb of Tia. . iii2.654A Plan and views. Martin, G. T. in JEA 70 (1984), 7 pl. iv [1] Saqqra. Tomb of Tia. . iii2.654A Pylon, south wing, outer jamb, King offers above and deceased adores below. Martin, G. T. in JEA 70 (1984), 7 pl. iv [3] Saqqra. Tomb of Tia. . iii2.654A Pylon, north wing, thickness. King and Queen (?). Martin, G.T. in JEA 70 (1984), 11 pl. iv [2] Saqqra. Tomb of Tia. Second court. Pillars. . iii2.654A Deceased holding up djad-pillar. Baines in JEA 70 (1984), 16-18 fig. 2 pl. vi [1] Abydos. Temple of Sethos I. Hall of Nefertem and Ptah-Sokari. vi.23A Description with plan and view.
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261 Baines in JEA 70 (1984), 18-21 figs. 3, 4 pls. vi [2, 3] Abydos. Temple of Sethos I. Gallery of the Lists. vi.24A Description with plan, section, and views. Jeffreys et al. in JEA 70 (1984), 30-1 figs. 2, 3 pl. vii Mt Rahna. PtahEnclosure. K. Temple of Ramesses II. iii2.843A Description with axonometric view, elevations and view of east faade. Maddin, R. et al. in JEA 70 (1984), 35-9 [3-17] pls. viii [5, 7], ix [2, 4, 6], x [2, 4], xi [3] Gza. 2381A, Meryre-meryptahankh Impy. Temp. Pepy II. iii2.92A Copper vessels and model tools, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts. Moussa in JEA 70 (1984), 50-2 fig. 1 [a-c] pls. xii, xiii [1] (as Dyn. XII-XIII) Saqqra. Finds from the area around the Pyramid complex of Unis. . iii2.652A Headless block statue of Ankhu, probably Dyn. XII. Moussa in JEA 70 (1984), 52 pl. xiii [2] Saqqra. Finds from the area around the Pyramid complex of Unis. . iii2.652A Relief with armourers workshop, late Dyn. XVIII or Ramesside. Moussa in JEA 70 (1984), 52-3 fig. 1 [d] pl. xiii [3] Saqqra. Finds from the area around the Pyramid complex of Unis. . iii2.652A Architrave fragment, Pay (tomb, p. 655) kneeling before deities, Dyn. XIX. Abdallah in JEA 70 (1984), 65-72 figs. pls xvi, xvii Qift. Miscellaneous. . v.130A Stela of Unnufer with scene of King Pinedjem and Queen Henuttaui, Dyn. XXI, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 71902. Bierbier in JEA 70 (1984), 82-4 figs. 1, 2 pl. xviii Deir el-Bahri. Middle and Upper Colonnades Area. . i2.649A Coffin of Nemankhamun, Dyn. XXVI, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 72.4824. Bierbier in JEA 70 (1984), 84-6 pl. xix Deir el-Bahri. Burials of Priests of Montu. . i2.647A
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262 Coffin of Ankhpekhrod, Dyn. XXVI, in London, British Museum, EA 24958. see Ward, W. A. in JEA 70 (1984), 87-91 Saqqra. Tomb D 46, Setju. . iii2.677A Lower part of north false door of Nefertememsaf, Middle Kingdom (as Saite). see Bourriau in JEA 70 (1984), 131 [246] Meir. Miscellaneous. iv.256A Headrest of Khnemankh, in London, British Museum, EA 69249 (formerly Sir H. Wellcome colln.). see Bourriau, J. in JEA 70 (1984), 131 [258] 801-361-000 Diorite head from a statuette, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.24.1982 (formerly Sir H. Wellcome colln.). see Bourriau in JEA 70 (1984), 131 [268] Thebes. Miscellaneous. i2.795A Base-fragment of statue of Sebekhotep (Khaankhre), in London, British Museum, EA 69497 (formerly Lord Amherst colln. 182). see Bourriau, J. in JEA 70 (1984), 132 [323] 801-690-180 Red quartzite head, unfinished, probably of a princess, in London, British Museum, EA 69223. Bourriau in JEA 70 (1984), 132 [325] pl. xx [4] 8 Fragment of schist palette of Rahotep, Vizier, temp. Ramesses II, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.428.1982 (formerly Sir H. Wellcome colln.). see Bourriau in JEA 70 (1984), 133 [355] ii2.259A Upper part of basalt statue of a man holding a figure of Sekhmet, Dyn. XXVI Late Period, in London, British Museum, EA 69248. see Bourriau, J. in JEA 70 (1984), 134 [379] 801-735-250 Torso of Unnufer, High Priest of Thoth, holding a figure of a baboon, Ptolemaic, in London, British Museum, EA 69486. see Bourriau, J. in JEA 70 (1984), 134 [381] 803-085-370
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263 Stela fragment with remains of six lines of a priestly decree in honour of Ptolemy III Euergetes I, originally probably trilingual, temp. Ptolemy III Euergetes I, in Durham, Oriental Museum, 1982.4. Bourriau in JEA 70 (1984), 134 [386-401] pl. xxi [1] Mt Rahna. Miscellaneous. iii2.864A Plaster trial piece of a Ptolemaic king, in London, Petrie Museum, 33432? Ellis in JEA 70 (1984), 139-40 fig. 1 8 Bronze mirror of Merut, late Old Kingdom or 1st Int. Period, in Maidstone Museum. Hari in JEA 70 (1984), 141-4 figs. pls. xxiv, xxv 801-655-580 Alabaster statue base of Senenmut, in Geneva, Muse dArt et dHistoire, 23438. Snape, S. R. in JEA 70 (1984), 146-8 fig. 1 801-801-100 Fragment of black basalt naos of a prophet of Isis of Tainsu, probably Ptolemaic, in Liverpool, School of Archaeology and Oriental Studies, E.515c. Snape in JEA 70 (1984), 148-9 fig. 2 801-435-550 Lower half of squatting statue of Neferhotep, 2nd half of Dyn. XII or later, in Liverpool, School of . Archaeology and Oriental Studies, E.2801. Snape in JEA 70 (1984), 149 fig. 3 8 Fragment of faience vessel of Hor, Ramesside, in Liverpool, School of Archaeology and Oriental Studies, E.185. Tait in JEA 70 (1984), 149-50 pl. xxvi 803-085-370 Stela fragment with remains of six lines of a priestly decree in honour of Ptolemy III Euergetes I, originally probably trilingual, temp. Ptolemy III Euergetes I, in Durham, Oriental Museum, 1982.4. see Vandersleyen, C. in JEA 70 (1984), 162 (as not Amenophis I) 800-725-600 Upper part of statuette, probably Amenophis I, alabaster, in Marseilles, Muse dArchologie, 433. see Piccione in JEA 70 (1984), 177 Beni Hasan. Tomb 15, Baket III. . iv.153(17)-(20)A Two pairs of men playing draughts in VI.
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264 see Piccione in JEA 70 (1984), 177 Beni Hasan. Tomb 17, Khety. . iv.156(2)-(3)A Two pairs of men playing draughts in V. see Piccione in JEA 70 (1984), 177-8 Objects from Thebes. i2.845A Games board of Amenmosi, Dyn. XVIII, in Paris, Muse du Louvre, N.1605. see Smith, H.S. and Jeffreys, D. G. in JEA 71 (1985), 5-6 pl. 1 [1] Mt Rahna. Ptah Enclosure. South Gate. iii2.837A Fragments of red granite colossal statue (same statue as fist in London, British Museum, EA 9). see Smith, H.S. and Jeffreys, D. G. in JEA 71 (1985), 6 Mt Rahna. Ptah Enclosure. East Gate. iii2.840A Red granite blocks including relief of a king (perhaps part of a gate or Shrine). see Smith, H.S. and Jeffreys, D. G. in JEA 71 (1985), 6 Mt Rahna. Ptah Enclosure. North Gate. iii2.836A Red granite block with relief of Ptah. see Smith, H.S. and Jeffreys, D. G. in JEA 71 (1985), 6 Mt Rahna. Km el-Nawa. iii2.851A Black granite block with cartouche of Amenemhet II. see Smith, H.S. and Jeffreys, D. G. in JEA 71 (1985), 6 Mt Rahna. Km el-Nawa. iii2.851A Fragments, one with prenomen of Amenophis III, others with cartouches and titularies, probably of Ramesses II. see Smith, H.S. and Jeffreys, D. G. in JEA 71 (1985), 8-9 Mt Rahna. Ptah Sanctuary. East Gate. iii2.840A Pedestals with cartouches of Ramesses II, Merneptah, a Psammetikhos, and the Aten. see Smith, H.S. and Jeffreys, D.G. in JEA 71 (1985), 9 Mt Rahna. Ptah Sanctuary. South Gate. . iii2.839A
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265 Blocks of Amenophis IV, re-used. Harpur in JEA 71 (1985), 32-4 fig. 3 (reconstruction) Saqqra. Tomb D22, Ty. . iii2.470(a)A (9) Block, herdsman tending ox, and goats, from II, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 1531. <<>> Harpur in JEA 71 (1985), 34-5 fig. 4 (reconstruction) Saqqra. Tomb No. 79, Kaemrehu. . iii2.486(1)A (1) Block, bringing and overthrowing cattle (adjoins (c), fragment with herdsman), in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 1560. <<>> Harpur in JEA 71 (1985), 35-6 fig. 5 (reconstruction) Saqqra. Tomb of Mereruka. . iii2.533 (78) Block, trapping birds, probably from here at II. <<>> Harpur in JEA 71 (1985), 36 fig. 6 Saqqra. Tomb D 49, Khnemhotep. . iii2.578A East wall, part reconstruction of northern part, blocks with banquet and dancers (blocks in Basel, Museum fr Vlkerkunde, III 5219, London, British Museum, EA 872, Baltimore MD, Walters Art Gallery, 22.83. Harpur in JEA 71 (1985), 37-8 fig. 7 Saqqra. Tomb D 45, Person. . iii2.578A East wall. Block, hippopotamus above and papyrus gatherers below. Harpur in JEA 71 (1985), 38-9 fig. 8 [lower] Gza. Miscellaneous. iii2.309A Relief, herdsman in canoe crossing canal, Dyn. V, in Dresden, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen, Skulpturensammlung, Aeg. Inv. 751 (Z.V.1750) (adjoins Rome, Museo Barracco, 2). Harpur in JEA 71 (1985), 38-9 fig. 8 [upper] Saqqra. Objects. . iii2.761A Block, overseer, milking cow, with calves, boat, etc. above, in Rome, Museo Barracco, 2 (adjoins Dresden, Staatliche Kunstsammlungen, Skulpturensammlung, Aeg. Inv. 751 (Z.V.1750).

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266 Harpur in JEA 71 (1985), 39-40 fig. 9 Saqqra. Objects from Tombs. . iii2.753A Block, baking and brewing, probably Dyn. V, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 1561. Harpur in JEA 71 (1985), 40-2 fig. 10 Reconstruction with blocks moved from (4) Gza. LG 89, Sekhemkare. iii2.233A (1)(f)-(g) (partly above doorway). Goat grazing, men felling trees, cutting branches from fallen trunk, boat building. Strudwick in JEA 71 (1985), 43-4 pl. iii [1] Gza. G 1461. iii2.64A Drum of Nufer, Dyn. V-VI, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 21.3080. Strudwick in JEA 71 (1985), 44-5 pl. iii [2] Saqqra. Around Teti Pyramid. . iii2.545A Architrave of Shedy-ptah Shedu with three figures of deceased, in San Jos CA, Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum and Art Gallery, RC 1737. Strudwick in JEA 71 (1985), 45-8 pl. iv Saqqra. Objects. . iii2.760A Adjoining blocks of an Overseer of the Treasury of Snefru, Khufu, and Radjedef, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 04.2.4-6. see Grist in JEA 71 (1985), 71-81 Valley of the Queens. QV 52, Queen Tyti. i2.757A Discussion of date (suggests daughter and wife of Ramesses III). see Grist in JEA 71 (1985), 71 fig. 1 Valley of the Queens. QV 52, Queen Tyti. i2.757A (5) Jackal guardian and lion guardian. Grist in JEA 71 (1985), 71 fig. 2 Valley of the Queens. QV 52, Queen Tyti. i2.757A (8) Lion-headed Nebnery and Herimaet as nude squatting boy.

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267 Grist in JEA 71 (1985), 73 fig. 4 Valley of the Queens. QV 52, Queen Tyti. i2.757A (7) Hememt as vulture, Tueris, and full-faced god with knives. Friedman in JEA 71 (1985), 84 pl. v [2] Deir el-Medna. Miscellaneous. i2.724A Stela of Khamy (d), in Turin, Museo Egizio, 50024 (Cat. 1616). Friedman in JEA 71 (1985), 89 pl. vi [1] Saqqra. Tomb Udjahateti Neferseshemptah. . iii2.516A (14) False door. Friedmain in JEA 71 (1985), 90-1 pl. vi [2] Gza. G7102, Idu. iii2.186A (3) (c) False door with bust of decesed below. Friedmain in JEA 71 (1985), 93 pl. vi [3] Deir el-Medna. Khenu of Ramesses II. Pit 1414. i2.697A Statue of Ramosi (c) kneeling, holding stela, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 72000. Der Manuelian in JEA 71 (1985), 100-7 fig. 2 pl. vii Thebes. TT 34, Mentuemhet. Reliefs now in Private Collections. i2.60A Bearers with funerary equipment and offering-booths below, in Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Alsdorf colln. Der Manuelian in JEA 71 (1985), 105 fig. 3 (after Mller) pl. viii Thebes. TT 34, Mentuemhet. West Portico. i2.58A (6) Four registers, funeral procession. Der Manuelian in JEA 71 (1985), 113-20 figs. 6, 8 pl. ix [1] Thebes. TT 34, Mentuemhet. i2.60A Fragment with caged geese, probably from here, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 65.59.2. Der Manuelian in JEA 71 (1985), 115-20 figs. 7, 8 pl. ix [2] Thebes. TT 34, Mentuemhet. i2.Pt. 2, xxA
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268 Fragment of relief, man with cage of birds, in A. Brundage colln. 2/101. Leahy, L. M. in JEA 71 (1985), 122-8 fig. [right] pl. x 804-071-100 Relief, Pedesi seated, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, Temp. No. 9.7.24.5 (adjoins Cairo Temp. No. 28.5.24.4) (with reconstruction). Leahy, L. M.in JEA 71 (1985), 122-8 fig. [left] pl. xi 804-071-100 Relief, offering-bringers with baskets on heads leading animals, Dyn. XXVI, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, Temp. No. 28.5.24.4 (adjoins Cairo Temp. No. 9.7.24.5) (with reconstruction). Ritner in JEA 71 (1985), 152 pl. xv [1] Thebes. TT 2, Khabekhnet. i2.8A (20) Anubis tending mummy in form of fish on couch at II. Bourriau, J. in JEA 71 (1985), 162 [173] pl. xvii [2] 801-485-460 Black granite head from a statuette of a woman, Dyn. XII, in London, British Museum, EA 69519. see Bourriau in JEA 71 (1985), 163 [340] Objects from Thebes. i2.846A Mummy-cloth of Ankhenkhons, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 1.1983/138. see Bourriau in JEA 71 (1985), 164 [411-12] Objects from Thebes. i2.809A Wooden stelae of Kesenwy-ta son of Djmentefankh and of Taanuhefamun, Dyn. XXV, probably from . here, in London, British Museum, EA 69520-1. see Bourriau in JEA 71 (1985), 164 [414] 8 Hypocephalus of Tashenkhons daughter of Khensardais, Late Period, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1982.1095. see Bourriau in JEA 71 (1985), 164 [425] Objects from Thebes. i2.846A Mummy-bandage of Horsusil, son of Naphimegori, Late Period, in Bolton Museum, 1.1983/158. Haldane in JEA 71 (1985), 174-5 pl. xviii Dahshr. Pyramid complex of Sesostris III. Boat burials.
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269 iii2.885A Boat (d) in Pittsburgh PA, The Carnegie Museum of Natural History, 1842. see Franke in JEA 71 (1985), 176 Abydos. Stelae in Cairo, Egyptian Museum. v.265A Discussion of date of stela of Kames, temp. Rahotep, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 20335. Franke, D. in JEA 71 (1985), 175-6 pl. xix [left] 803-043-600 Stela with bezel-shaped top, four lines of offering text invoking Min-Harnakht, etc. on behalf of Kumes, Kings son, Overseer of the temple, Commandant of the garrison of Abydos, etc., son of Wepwaut-iry, Scribe of the gods offerings, and of woman Kumes, Hereditary princess (jrjt-pat), and below, Kumes in adoration before ithyphallic Min-Harnakht and four columns of hymn to Min-Harnakht, Min and Harmakheru, temp. Rahotep or a little later, formerly in Paris, Bibliothque Nationale, 48 bis, now in Muse du Louvre, C 287 [E.13057]. Dodson in JEA 71 (1985), 177-8 figs. pl. xix [right] 8 Canopic chest fragment, perhaps of Sethos I, in London, Sir John Soanes Museum. Snape, S. R. in JEA 71 (1985), 180-3 fig. 1 pl. xx 801-626-405 Lower part of seated granite statue of Prince Ramosi ded. by Kaheri, early Dyn. XVIII, in Liverpool, . School of Archaeology and Oriental Studies, 609. see Romano, J. in JEA 71 (1985), Reviews Supplement, 20 (as not Early Dynastic). Abydos. Osiris Temple. Chamber M.69. v.40A Discussion of date of statuette of king, ivory, Protodynastic, in London, British Museum, EA 37996. see Romano, J. in JEA 71 (1985), Reviews Supplement, 20 (as Dyn. IV) 802-049-085 Head of statue, probably a god, diorite, Dyn. III, in Brussels, Muses Royaux dArt et dHistoire, E.7039. see Romano, J. in JEA 71 (1985), Reviews Supplement, 21 (as Kamose or Amosis). Karnak. Great Temple. Miscellaneous from 3rd Pylon. ii2.72A Head, possibly Amenophis I, volcanic rock, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 52364. see Romano, J. in JEA 71 (1985), Reviews Supplement, 21 (as perhaps Hatshepsut). . Thebes. Temple of Amenophis II. Finds. ii2.430A
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270 Statue, probably Amenophis II kneeling, alabaster, in London, Petrie Museum, 14665. see Romano, J. in JEA 71 (1985), Reviews Supplement, 22 (as mid-Dyn. XVIII). Abydos. South Section. v.90A Date of seated statue-group, king and three deities, granite, perhaps temp. Haremhab, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 49537. see Romano, J. in JEA 71 (1985), Reviews Supplement, 22 800-725-640 Upper part of royal statue, wearing blue crown, probably Amenophis II, diorite, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 44.4.68. see Romano, J. in JEA 71 (1985), Reviews Supplement, 23 (as Late Period) 801-765-530 Head and shoulders, diorite, probably Late Period (or early to mid-Dyn. XVIII), in New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 14.2.1. see Romano, J. in JEA 71 (1985), Reviews Supplement, 23 (as post-Dyn. XXVI) Tanta. Miscellaneous. . . iv.45A Head, black granite, Dyn. XXVI-XXX, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 53496. see Romano, J. in JEA 71 (1985), Reviews Supplement, 40 [1] (as 2nd Int. Period) 800-493-210 Royal head, black granite, perhaps Dyn. XIII, in Berlin, gyptisches Museum, 13255. see Romano, J. in JEA 71 (1985), Reviews Supplement, 40 [3] (as 2nd Int. Period) Karnak. Great Temple. Cachette. ii2.136(d)A Statue of Amenemhet III, (d). Jeffreys et al. in JEA 72 (1986), 2-10 fig. 3, cf. figs. 1, 2 Mt Rahna. Km el-Rabaa. Settlement. iii2.854A Description with axonometric plans. Jeffreys et al. in JEA 72 (1986), 10 fig. 4 Mt Rahna. Km el-Rabaa. Settlement. iii2.854A Relief of Setnakht, Ramesside. Jeffreys et al. in JEA 72 (1986), 10 fig. 5 Mt Rahna. Ptah Enclosure. North Gate.
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271 iii2.850A Block with remains of Ptah and royal epithets below. Jeffreys et al. in JEA 72 (1986), 10-13 fig. 6 Mt Rahna. Km el-Qalaa. Palace. Merneptah. Throne Room. iii2.856A Dais of throne, bows and foreigners (part reconstruction). Jeffreys et al. in JEA 72 (1986), 13 fig. 7 Mt Rahna. Km el-Qalaa. Palace. Merneptah. Throne Room. Re-used blocks. iii2.856A Block with a cartouche of Khephren, probably from his pyramid temple at Gza, re-used in staircase. . see Jeffreys et al. in JEA 72 (1986), 13 Mt Rahna. Km el-Qalaa. Throne Room. iii2.850A Two column bases from the throne-room of Merneptahs palace. Jeffreys et al. in JEA 72 (1986), 14 fig. 8 Mt Rahna. Km el-Qalaa. Finds from the Palace area. In magazines at Mt Rahna. iii2.860A Column-fragment, priest(?) kneeling before Ptah, partly preserved. see Martin, G. T. in JEA 72 (1986), 15-22 Saqqra. Tomb of Iurudef. iii2.655A Description. Martin, G. T. in JEA 72 (1986), 16-17 pl. ii Saqqra. Tomb of Iurudef. . iii2.655A Views of three burial chambers, one with intrusive burials. Martin, G. T. in JEA 72 (1986), 18-19 pl. iii [1, 4] Saqqra. Tomb of Iurudef. . iii2.655A Two anthropoid coffins, inscribed with mock texts, 3rd Int. Period. Martin, G. T. in JEA 72 (1986), 18-19 pl. iii [3] Saqqra. Tomb of Iurudef. . iii2.655A Anthropoid coffin of Imiptah, 3rd Int. Period. . Harpur in JEA 72 (1986), 25 fig. 2
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272 Maidm. 6. Rahotep. Nefert (North tomb). iv.92A Schematic plan. Harpur in JEA 72 (1986), 26 fig. 3 [1] Maidm. 6. Rahotep. Nefert (North tomb). iv.92A West Wall. Stela, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 54845. Harpur in JEA 72 (1986), 26 fig. 3 [2] Maidm. 6. Rahotep. Nefert (North tomb). iv.92A Left side of false door with legs of woman Mereret, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E22a.1910. Harpur in JEA 72 (1986), 26 fig. 3 [3] Maidm. 6. Rahotep. Nefert (North tomb). iv.92A Left side of false door with son Neferkau, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.22b.1910. Harpur in JEA 72 (1986), 26 fig. 3 [4] Maidm. 6. Rahotep. Nefert (North tomb). iv.92A Left side of false door, part of torso of a woman, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.22c.1910. Harpur in JEA 72 (1986), 26 fig. 3 [5-8] Maidm. 6. Rahotep. Nefert (North tomb). iv.92A Right side of false door, four fragments, in Munich, Staatliche Sammlung, S Gl. 102. Harpur in JEA 72 (1986), 28 fig. 3 [9-15] Maidm. 6. Rahotep. Nefert (North tomb). iv.92A Niche of false door with names and titles, and figure of deceased below. Fragments in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1910.665a-c, e-g, i. Harpur in JEA 72 (1986), 28 fig. 3 [16] Maidm. 6. Rahotep. Nefert (North tomb). iv.92A Four figures of estates from south thickness, in Copenhagen, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, .I.N.1132. Harpur in JEA 72 (1986), 28 fig. 3 [17] Maidm. 6. Rahotep. Nefert (North tomb). iv.92A Fragment from south thickness, titles, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1910.665h.
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273 Harpur in JEA 72 (1986), 28 fig. 3 [18] Maidm. 6. Rahotep. Nefert (North tomb). iv.92A North thickness, estates, in Brussels, Muses Royaux dArt et dHistoire, E.4950. Harpur in JEA 72 (1986), 28 fig. 3 [19] Maidm. 6. Rahotep. Nefert (North tomb). iv.92A Fragment with hieroglyphs naming funerary items, in Chicago IL, Oriental Institute, G9349. Harpur in JEA 72 (1986), 29-30 fig. 4 Maidm. 6. Rahotep. iv.90A Description with schematic plan. Harpur in JEA 72 (1986), 30 figs. 4, 5 (from Petrie and Mariette) Maidm. 6. Rahotep. Faade. iv.91A Lintel. Harpur in JEA 72 (1986), 30-1fig. 6 Maidm. 6. Rahotep. Passage. iv.91A South wall, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, Temp. No. 19.11.24.3G. Harpur in JEA 72 (1986), 31-2 fig. 7 pl. vi [1, 4] Maidm. 6. Rahotep. Passage. iv.91A North wall, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, Temp. No. 19.11.24.3F, with additional blocks Temp. Nos. 18.4.17.5, 6.12.24.11. Harpur in JEA 72 (1986), 32-5 fig. 8 pl. v [3] Maidm. 6. Rahotep. Hall. iv.91A East wall, parts in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, Temp. Nos. 19.11.24.3B, 5.11.24.15, 19.11.24.3A, and in Berlin, gyptisches Museum, 15756. Harpur in JEA 72 (1986), 35-6 fig. 9 pl. vii [left] Maidm. 6. Rahotep. Hall iv.91A South wall. Four blocks, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, Temp. Nos. 19.11.24.3D, 11.12.45.3-5. Harpur in JEA 72 (1986), 36 fig. 10 pl. vii [right] Maidm. 6. Rahotep. Hall.
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274 iv.91A North wall, with block in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, Temp. No. 19.11.24.3D. Harpur in JEA 72 (1986), 36-40 figs. 11, 12 pl. vi [2, 3] Maidm. 6. Rahotep. iv.91A Hall. West wall. Recess and niche with false-door. Blocks, in Paris, Muse du Louvre, E.11430, Cairo, Egyptian Museum, Temp. Nos. 11.11.28.1, 19.11.24.3A [upper], 18.4.17.6, 11.12.45, 2, JE 38549, and in London, British Museum, EA 1277, 1242. Baines in JEA 72 (1986), 41-53 pl. viii Edfu Tell. Finds. v.203A Stela of Emhab called Ta-mereru, Dyn. XVII, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 49566. Manniche in JEA 72 (1986), 56, 58 figs. 1 [1], 8 [left] (from Hay MSS) Thebes. TT 161, Nakht. i2.274A (4) Deceased and wife returning to tomb from New Year Festival. Manniche in JEA 72 (1986), 58 fig. 1 [2] (from Hay MSS) Thebes. TT 161, Nakht i2.274A (1) Text of scene with deceased offering on braziers. Manniche in JEA 72 (1986), 58-9 figs. 1 [3-12 ], 9 (from Hay MSS) Thebes. TT 161, Nakht i2.274A (2) Wife with son, followed by four sons and four daughters. Manniche in JEA 72 (1986), 59, 61 figs. 1 [13], 2, 3 [34-7], 10 (from Hay MSS) Thebes. TT 161, Nakht i2.274A (3) Three registers, and column of text mentioning Ahmosi Nefertere. Manniche in JEA 72 (1986), 61, 63, 65 figs. 3 [38-44], 4, 5 [53-6], 11, 12 (from Hay MSS) Thebes. TT 161, Nakht i2.274A (5) Four registers, funeral ceremonies. Manniche in JEA 72 (1986), 65, 67 figs. 5 [57-9], 6 [60-1], 13 (from Hay MSS) Thebes. TT 161, Nakht i2.275A (6) Two registers.
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275 Manniche in JEA 72 (1986), 69, 71 figs. 6 [62-3], 7 [67] (from Hay MSS) Thebes. TT 161, Nakht i2.275A (7) Entrance to shrine, left of doorway. Manniche in JEA 72 (1986), 69, 71 figs. 6 [64-6], 7 [66], 8 [ right] (from Hay MSS) Thebes. TT 161, Nakht i2.275A (7) Entrance to shrine. Right of doorway. Qirke in JEA 72 (1986), 79-80 [1] fig. 1 [1], 2 [1] (from Hay MSS) Thebes. TT 161, Nakht. i2.274A (3) Graffito of Siamun, at III. Qirke in JEA 72 (1986), 81-2 [3], 85-8 [5] figs. 1 [3], 2 [3], 4 [5] (from Hay MSS) Thebes. TT 161, Nakht. i2.274-5A (5) Graffiti of Amennakht and Amenmosi mentioning year 12 of Haremhab in IV. Testa, P. in JEA 72 (1986), 91-9 pl. ix 8 Twenty-four faience plaques with names of Hatiay, etc., Dyn. XVIII-XIX, in Naples, Museo Nazionale, 2352-75. Malek in JEA 72 (1986), 105 [1] fig. 1 Mt Rahna. Found near South Gate. iii2.837A Name on back of shrine of Ramesses III. Malek in JEA 72 (1986), 106-7 [2] fig. 2 Mt Rahna. Found near South Gate. iii2.837A Cartouche on colossal statue of Ramesses VI. Malek in JEA 72 (1986), 107 [3] pl. x Mt Rahna. Found near South Gate. iii2.838A Statue of Paser (a) kneeling with figure of Ptah, in Durham, Oriental Museum, N.511. . see Malek in JEA 72 (1986), 107-8 [4] Mt Rahna. Found near South Gate. iii2.839A Fragment of black granite scribe statue of Pedepep, temp. Psammetikhos I, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum,
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276 CG 525. see Malek in JEA 72 (1986), 108 [5] Mt Rahna. Found near South Gate. iii2.837A Lower part of granite seated statue of Minnakht, temp. Tuthmosis III, in Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, 5802. Malek in JEA 72 (1986), 108 [6] pl. xi [1] Mt Rahna. Found near South Gate. iii2.838A Granite kneeling statue of Khaemweset, in Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, 5768. see Malek in JEA 72 (1986), 108 [7] Mt Rahna. Found near South Gate. iii2.838A Block statue of Nedjem, temp. Ramesses II, in Memphis State University, 1981.1.20. see Malek in JEA 72 (1986), 108 [8] Mt Rahna. Found near South Gate. iii2.838A Fragmentary statue of Roma, kneeling with naos of Ptah, Ramesside, in Berlin, gyptisches Museum, . 2085. see Malek in JEA 72 (1986), 109 [9] Mt Rahna. Found near South Gate. iii2.838A Lower part of granite scribe statue of Harwoz, temp. Psammetikhos I, in Vienna, Kunsthistorisches . Museum, 5750. see Malek in JEA 72 (1986), 109 [10] Mt Rahna. Found near South Gate. iii2.839A Lower part of sandstone scribe statue of Harsemtuemhet, Dyn. XXVI, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 888. see Malek in JEA 72 (1986), 109 [11] Mt Rahna. Found near South Gate. iii2.839A Headless sandstone block statue of Iry, Late Period, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 1106. Malek in JEA 72 (1986), 109-10, 12 fig. 3 Mt Rahna. Found near South Gate. iii2.837A
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277 Statue of Ramesses II holding standard. see Malek in JEA 72 (1986), 111 [13] Mt Rahna. South Gate. Colossi. iii2.836-7A Colossus of Ramesses II, Ab el-Hl, in Mt Rahna Museum. Leahy, L.M. and A. in JEA 72 (1986), 133-47 figs. 1-3 pl. xii Heliopolis. El-Marg. Tomb of Petjenfi. iv.59A Block with genealogy, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 38824. Leahy, L.M. and A. in JEA 72 (1986), 146-7 pl. xi [2] Heliopolis. Miscellaneous. iv.63A Block statue of Petjenfi, black granite, Late Period, in Berlin, gyptisches Museum, 10076. Bourriau, J. in JEA 72 (1986), 180 [29] pl. xv [1, 4] 800-267-300 Small steatite sphinx holding two jars of Merenre, in Edinburgh, Royal Museum of Scotland, 1984.405 (formerly Brownlow collection). Bourriau, J. in JEA 72 (1986), 180 [58] pl. xvii [1] 803-030-296 Round-topped stela, four lines of offering text on behalf of Re(ne)fsoneb and wife, and two registers below, I, man before presumably Re(ne)fsoneb, both seated on the ground, with table with offerings between them, II, four columns of offering text and man seated on the ground at table with offerings, Dyn. XIII, in London, Charles Ede Ltd., in 1984, now in London, British Museum, EA 69534. see Bourriau, J. in JEA 72 (1986), 180 [59] (as black granite) 800-510-520 Lower half of granodiorite dyad inscribed for Sebekemsaf (I or II) and Mut, in London, British Museum, EA 69536 (as black granite). see Bourriau, J. in JEA 72 (1986), 181 [80-7] Sinai. Temple of Hathor. Finds. vii.363A Fragments of ring bezels and scarabs with names of Amenophis III, Sethos I, and Ramesses II, in London, Petrie Museum, 35457-60, 35450, 35464, 35468-9. see Bourriau, J. in JEA 72 (1986), 181 [88] Sinai. Temple of Hathor. Finds. vii.363A Fragment of sandstone with cartouche of Ramesses II, in London Petrie Museum, 35499.
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278 see Bourriau, J. in JEA 72 (1986), 181 [90-6] Sinai. Temple of Hathor. Finds. vii.363A Faience cartouche plaques of Sethos I, Ramesses II, Merneptah, Tausert, and Queen Nefertari, in London . Petrie Museum, 35435-41. see Bourriau, J. in JEA 72 (1986), 182 [202] Thebes. TT 293, Ramessesnakht. i2.376A Wooden knob from a box of Adjedet-at, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1984.44. see Bourriau, J. in JEA 72 (1986), 182 [217] pl. xv [3] 8 Lid from wooden anthropoid coffin, inscribed, probably Dyn. XXII, in London, Petrie Museum, 36213. see Bourriau, J. in JEA 72 (1986), 182 [225] 8 Cippus of Horus on crocodiles, steatite, Late Period or Graeco-Roman, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1983.184. see Bourriau, J. in JEA 72 (1986), 183 [312-13] Qasr Ibrm. Fort. Meroitic. Various. . vii.94A Relief fragments, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.54-5.1984. Bird, J.G. in JEA 72 (1986), 187-9 pl. xviii [1] 8 Mirror of Sekhty, woman, Dyn. VI, in Athens, Kanellopoulos clln., 68. Tooley in JEA 72 (1986), 189-92 pl. xviii [3] Beni Hasan. Tomb 203. . iv.161A Model of working boat, in Liverpool, County Museum, 55.82.17. Blankenberg-van Delden in JEA 72 (1986), 192-3 pl. xviii [2] Karnak. Eighth Pylon. In front of South face. ii2.176A N. Statuette of Ahmosi Merytamun, also Sitamun. . Shape in JEA 72 (1986), 195-6 pl. xx [3, 4] Bilbeis. El-Shaghamba. iv.56A Alabaster jar with inscription of Taitja, in London, Petrie Museum, 16046.

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279 Dodson in JEA 72 (1986), 196-8 pls. xix, xx [1, 2] Valley of the Kings. KV 11, Ramesses III. i2.526A Sarcophagus, in Paris, Muse du Louvre, D 1. Spencer, P. A. and A. J. in JEA 72 (1986), 198-9 figs. 1, 2 pl. xxi [1] 8 Small bronze naos with names of King Djehutemhet, in London, British Museum, EA 11015. Spencer, P .A. and A. J. in JEA 72 (1986), 199-201 fig. 3 Tell el-Muqdm. iv.38A Door hinge of Yewepet and Queen Tent-Ket[wa]?, Dyn. XXIII, probably from here, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 38261. Martin, G. T. in JEA 73 (1987), 2-3, 5 figs. 2, 3 and on 1, pl. i Saqqra. New Kingdom. Tomb of Khay. Probably temp. Ram. II. . iii2.655A Description with plans and views. see Martin, G. T. in JEA 73 (1987), 3 Saqqra. New Kingdom. Tomb of Khay. . iii2.655A (2) Two registers. I, Deceased and wife kneeling offer to Osiris, II, deceased and wife receive sacred oils from son Khayamun. see Martin, G. T. in JEA 73 (1987), 3 Saqqra. New Kingdom. Tomb of Khay. . iii2.655A (3) Two registers, I, Osiris and Isis seated with Nephthys behind, II, mummy with priest and wife before pyramidal tomb, man censing and four mourning women. see Martin, G. T. in JEA 73 (1987), 3-4 Saqqra. New Kingdom. Tomb of Khay. . iii2.655A (4) Stela, two registers, I, deceased adores Osiris and offers flowers to Re-Harakhti, II, deceased and wife seated with man and women offering to them. Above, deceased kneeling and adoring Anubis jackal. see Martin, G. T. in JEA 73 (1987), 4 Saqqra. New Kingdom. Tomb of Khay. . iii2.655A (5) Two registers, I, scene from Book of the Dead, II, deceased and wife seated receive offerings from two sons.

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280 see Martin, G. T. in JEA 73 (1987), 4 Saqqra. New Kingdom. Tomb of Khay. . iii2.655A (7) Three registers, I, deceased and wife adore Osiris and Re-Harakhti, II, deceased adores Hathor-cow, III, deceased watches goldworkers. see Martin, G. T. in JEA 73 (1987), 4 Saqqra. New Kingdom. Tomb of Khay. . iii2.655A (9) Three registers, I, deceased and wife are censed and libated, II, nine persons, some with papyrus stems, III, eight persons, some with papyrus stems. Martin, G. T. in JEA 73 (1987), 5-6 figs. 1, 2, 4 pls. i [1], ii [1] Saqqra. New Kingdom. Tomb of Pabes. . iii2.655A Description with plans and views. Martin, G. T. in JEA 73 (1987), 6 figs. 1, 2 pl. ii [1] Saqqra. New Kingdom. Tomb of Ramosi. . iii2.655A Description with plans and view. Martin, G. T. in JEA 73 (1987), 6-8 fig. 2 pl. ii [2] Saqqra. New Kingdom. Tomb of Maya. . iii2.661A Description with plans and view. Jeffreys et al. in JEA 73 (1987), 15-17 figs. 1, 2 Mt Rahna. Km el-Raba. iii2.852A Brief description with plans. Jeffreys et al. in JEA 73 (1987), 20 pl. iii [1] Mt Rahna. Ptah Enclosure. South Gate. iii2.836A Colossus of Ramesses II, Ab el-Hl. Kemp in JEA 73 (1987), 21-50 figs. 1-4 pls. iii [2], iv, v [1] El-aAmarna. Workmans Village. iv.209A Summary of EES excavations 1979-86. Wood, W. in JEA 73 (1987), 59-70 figs. 1-8 pl. vii [1] Helwn. Ezbet el-Walda. Cem. Dyn. I-II.
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281 iv.75A Description with plans, sections and view (from Saad). Teeter in JEA 73 (1987), 72, 73, 76 pl. vii [3] Saqqra. Tomb D 64. (b). Ptahhotep [II]. . iii2.601A (17) Left half of IV and V. Teeter in JEA 73 (1987), 72, 75 pl. viii [1] Saqqra. Tomb 57 [D23]. Kaemnefert. In Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 04.1761. . iii2.467A (7) Five registers. Teeter in JEA 73 (1987), 72, 73 pl. viii [2] (from MacKay) Thebes. TT 261, Khaemweset. i2.344A (1) Rope-making in III. Teeter in JEA 73 (1987), 74, 76 pl. ix Saqqra. Tomb 57 [D23]. Kaemnefert. In Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 04.1761. . iii2.467A (2) Deceased with titles above, and registers, I-II, lost, III, rope-making and binding bundles of flax, IV, reaping corn. Ray, J. D. in JEA 73 (1987), 169-80 pl. x Island of El-Heisa. v.258A Stela of Pedesi with hieroglyphic and demotic inscription, in Aswan Museum, 1057. see Bourriau in JEA 73 (1987), 191 [74] Saqqra. Finds from North of Step Pyramid. . iii2.507A Pottery fragment with name of Semerkhet, in London, Petrie Museum, 36327. %Bourriau, J. in JEA 73 (1987), 192 [162] pl. xi [1] 804-005-970 Fragment of tomb lintel, Irerka, Supervisor of ka servants of the Great House, holding staff and sceptre, and remains of another figure, Dyn. VI, in London, British Museum, EA 69573. Bourriau in JEA 73 (1987), 192 [174] pl. xi [2] 801-456-500 Statuette of woman Heti, daughter of Neferu (mother?), dedicated by son Renefsoneb, steatite, late Dyn. XII or early Dyn. XIII, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1985.152.

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282 Bourriau, J. in JEA 73 (1987), 193 [190] pl. xi [3] 803-042-790 Round-topped stela, three lines of offering text invoking Ptah-Sokari-Osiris on behalf of Ahmosi, Kings son (probably of Sekenenre-Taa), and below, man offering to seated Ahmosi, with dog under chair, end of Dyn. XVII, in London, British Museum, EA 69673. Bourriau, J. in JEA 73 (1987), 193 [211] pl. xi [4] 8 Relief, man at table and text (probably from Saqqra), late Dyn. XVIII-early XIX, in London, British . Museum, EA 69667. see Bourriau, J. in JEA 73 (1987), 193 [212] 802-100-250 Sobek-Re as crocodile, dedicated by Nebdjefau, Servant (sdm), Dyn. XIX-XX, at Christies (South Kensington) in 1985, now in London, British Museum, EA 69671. see Bourriau, J. in JEA 73 (1987), 193 [213] Sidmant. Tomb. 1955. iv.118A Fragment of sarcophagus of Menna, Dyn. XVIII, in London, British Museum, EA 69674 (formerly Reeves colln.). Harpur in JEA 73 (1987), 197-8 fig. 1 pl. xii [1] Maidm. Tomb of Rahotep. Hall. East Wall. iv.91A Block, upper part of last estate in 2nd register south of door, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, EGA.3077.1943. Harpur in JEA 73 (1987), 198, 200 fig. 1 pl. xii [2] Maidm. Tomb of Rahotep. Hall. East Wall. iv.91A Block, upper part of last estate with duck in 3rd register south of door, in Moscow, Pushkin Museum, I.1.a.5569. Strudwick, N. in JEA 73 (1987), 200-202 pl. xiii [1] (as mid-Dyn. V or late Dyn. VI and probably from Gza) 803-011-250 Probably jamb of a false door, woman Intkaes, Prophetess of Hathor, Prophetess of Neith, and two registers with a pair of daughters in each, and infant daughter next to Intkaess legs, probably Dyn. V, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.7.1909. Grimm, A. in JEA 73 (1987), 203-4 fig. 2 pl. xiv Karnak. Blocks re-used in Second Pylon.Various dates. ii2.40A
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283 Block with captive in cage on board ship, Dyn. XVIII, in Karnak magazine. Grimm, A. in JEA 73 (1987), 206 pl. xiii [2] Karnak. Blocks re-used in Second Pylon. Temp. Amenophis IV. ii2.40A Other blocks. Soldiers with trumpeter and group of Nubian captives. see Grimm, A. in JEA 73 (1987), 206 Karnak. Blocks re-used in Second Pylon. Temp. Amenophis IV. ii2.40A Block, Nubian and Asiatic soldiers. Caminos in JEA 73 (1987), 208-9 fig. 1 Gebel el-Silsila (East Bank) v.220A Shrine (Legrain F) of Amenophis III. Stela with the Vizier Amenhotep adoring. Berg in JEA 73 (1987), 213-16 figs. 1, 2 pl. xv [2] Saqqra. Tbs. position unknown. Meryre. . iii2.706A Stela fragment with two registers, in Vienna Museum, 5814. Malek, J. in JEA 73 (1987), 217-18 fig. Tell Atrb. Miscellaneous. Various. iv.67A Broken stick of Neferhotep, New Kingdom, text. Malek, J. in JEA 73 (1987), 218 fig. pl. xv [3] 8 Cylindrical stick of Mahu, Dyn. XVIII, in Durham N. 1440. Kitchen, K. in JEA 73 (1987), 218-20 fig. 1 803-050-433 Round-topped votive stela, seated Osiris, and below, Raia, kdn (Leader), and wife Maia in adoration, . Dyn. XIX, in Rio de Janeiro, Museu Nacional, Inv. 654 [2442]. Thomson, James K. in JEA 73 (1987), 220-4 fig. 1 and pls. xvi, xvii 801-620-100 Parahirwenemef, Kings son (of Ramesses II), First charioteer of His Majesty, head, left shoulder and arm, and lower legs lost, with cartouches of Ramesses II, quartzite, temp. Ramesses II, formerly in Vicomte Bernard dHendecourt colln. and at Sothebys in 1929, now in Glasgow, Burrell Collection, 13.83. Lilles, E. K. in JEA 73 (1987), 230-4 figs. 1, 2 and pl. xviii 801-626-475
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284 Man, Dyn. XVIII, re-inscribed for Harkhebi, Vizier, Great mayor of Memphis, Prophet of Osiris-Hemag, etc., probably Dyn. XXV, basalt, in Naples, Museo Archeologico Nazionale, 237. Osborn in JEA 73 (1987), 243-4 pl. xix [1] Valley of the Kings. KV 62, Tutankhamun. Vases and Lamps. i2.580A Alabaster vase in form of ibex, No. 584, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 62122. Van Siclen III in JEA 73 (1987), 252 fig. 1 on 251 Mt Rahna. Palace of Merneptah. Finds. iii2.861A Stela of Pakeri, with Reshef at top, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum (Excav. No. M. 2792). Martin, G. T. et al. in JEA 74 (1988), 3-4, 6-9 figs. 1-3 pl. i Saqqra. LS 27, Maya. iii2.661A Report of excavations (1987, 1988) with plans and views. see Martin, G. T. et al. in JEA 74 (1988), 5 Saqqra. LS 27, Maya. iii2.662A Graffito of Djephtahefankh. Martin, G. T. et al in JEA 74 (1988), 11-12 Saqqra. LS 27, Maya. Pylon. Entrance. South thickness. iii2.661A Deceased with wife and stepmother adoring him, and brother behind him, and remains of autobiographical text. Sub-registers, offering bearers with gold collars and gloves. Martin, G. T. et al in JEA 74 (1988), 12-13 pl. ii [1] (called iii [1]) Saqqra. LS 27, Maya. Pylon. Entrance. North thickness. iii2.661A Deceased and wife seated adoring Osiris in baldachin with four sons of Horus before him. Martin, G. T. et al. in JEA 74 (1988), 13 and n. 23 Saqqra. LS 27, Maya. Pylon. Entrance. North thickness. iii2.661A Offering bearers with fruits and animals in sub-register. Martin, G. T. et al. in JEA 74 (1988), 13 pl. ii [2] Saqqra. LS 27, Maya. iii2.661A Lintel fragment part of double scene, Maya and Meryt kneeling adoring Anubis.

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285 Martin, G. T. et al. in JEA 74 (1988), 13 pl. iii [1] (called ii [1]) Saqqra. LS 27, Maya. Pylon. iii2.661A Outer door jamb, north side, deceased seated before offerings. Martin, G.T. et al. in JEA 74 (1988), n. 25 on 14 pl. iii [2] Saqqra. LS 27, Maya. Finds. iii2.661A Large faience djad-symbol, inscribed. Jeffreys and Malek in JEA 74 (1988), 26 fig. 7 pl. v [3] Mt Rahna. Temple of Ptah. iii2.832A Epigraphic work of 1987 season, with plan and view. Jeffreys and Malek in JEA 74 (1988), 27 pl. iv [3] Mt Rahna. Temple of Ptah. Finds. iii2.835A Block, part of scene, Anubis [and another deity leading King]. Jeffreys and Malek in JEA 74 (1988), 27-8 fig. 8 pl. iv [4] Mt Rahna. Temple of Ptah. Exterior of Hypostyle Hall. iii2.835A Detail and block of geographical procession on north wall. Jeffreys and Malek in JEA 74 (1988), 28 fig. 9 pl. v [1, 2] Mt Rahna. Temple of Ptah. Finds. Statues. iii2.833A Double seated statue of Ramesses II and Khanakht, headless, granite. Jeffreys and Malek in JEA 74 (1988), 29 fig. 10 Mt Rahna. Temple of Ptah. Finds. iii2.835A Jamb fragment of Ramesses V, quartzite. Sharawi, G. and Harpur, Y. in JEA 74 (1988), 57-9 fig. 1 [upper] pl. vi [1] (as probably from tomb S 920 at Saqqra, iii2.499) 8 Block, sailor in rigging and remains of scene of butchers above, in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 35.640. Sharawi, G. and Harpur, Y. in JEA 74 (1988), 57-9 fig. 1 [lower] pl. vi [2] (as probably adjoins Brooklyn 35.640) Saqqra. S 920. Dyn. V.
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286 iii2.499A Block, boat with sailors, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 40049. Sharawi, G. and Harpur, Y. in JEA 74 (1988), 59-61 fig. 2 [left] (adjoins Cleveland 30.736) Saqqra. Tomb Position Unknown. Niankhnesut. Cincinnati Art Museum. iii2.694A Block with two registers of agriculture, including ploughing, No. 1971.28. Sharawi, G. and Harpur, Y. in JEA 74 (1988), 59-61 fig. 2 [right] (adjoins Cincinnati 1971.28) Saqqra. Tombs Position Unknown. Niankhnesut. iii2.694A Block, two registers, I, sowing and ploughing, II, flax harvest, in Cleveland OH, Cleveland Museum of Art, 30.736. Sharawi, G. and Harpur, Y. in JEA 74 (1988), 61 fig. 3 Saqqra. D. 52. Senenuankh. iii2.582A (2) Block, upper part of five estates in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, Temp. No. 27.6.16.1. Sharawi, G. and Harpur, Y. in JEA 74 (1988), 61-2 fig. 4 Saqqra. Tomb D. 52. Senenuankh. iii2.582A Block, bringing animals, oryx, gazelle, and ibex, probably from here, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, Temp. No. 27.6.16.2. Sharawi, G. and Harpur, Y. in JEA 74 (1988), 62-3 pl. vii Saqqra. D. 52. Senenuankh. iii2.582A (5) Two adjoining blocks from above niche, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 1554. Sharawi, G. and Harpur, Y. in JEA 74 (1988), 63-4 fig. 5 [left] pl. viii [1] Saqqra. iii2.506A Block (d) butchers from tomb of Mereruka Metetu, in Dunedin Museum, E.75.5 (adjoins (a) Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 1540). Sharawi, G. and Harpur, Y. in JEA 74 (1988), 63-4 fig. 5 [right] pl. viii [2] Saqqra. Finds from North of the Step Pyramid. iii2.506A Blocks. Mereruka Metetu (a) Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 1540 (adjoins (d) butchers in Dunedin E.75.5.). Sharawi, G. and Harpur, Y. in JEA 74 (1988), 64, 66 fig. 6 [upper left] Gza. (e) Lintels drums, blocks, etc. Old Kingdom.
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287 iii2.309A Group of blocks, butchers with grain harvest below in Dresden 750 (adjoins Aberdeen 1555 and 1553) (probably from tomb D. 49 Khnemhotep, Bibl. iii2.578). Sharawi, G. and Harpur, Y. in JEA 74 (1988), 66 fig. 6 [upper right] pl. ix [1] 8 Fragment with bearers with joints of meat and text of reaping below, in Aberdeen 1555 (adjoins Aberdeen 1553 and Dresden Aeg. 750) (probably from tomb D. 49 Khnemhotp, Bibl. iii2.578). Sharawi, G. and Harpur, Y. in JEA 74 (1988), 66-7 fig. 6 [lower right] pl. ix [2] 8 Fragment with reapers and top of winnowing scene below, in Aberdeen 1553 (adjoins Aberdeen 1555 and Dresden Aeg. 750) (probably from tomb D. 49 Khnemhotep, Bibl. iii2.578). Gilbert, A. S. in JEA 74 (1988), 71-3 pls. x, xiii [1-3] Thebes. TT 280, Meketre. Models in Cairo, Egyptian Museum. i2.361A Inspection of cattle. Gilbert, A. NS. in JEA 74 (1988), 73-8 pl. xi Thebes. TT 280, Meketre. Models in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art. i2.363A Cattle in stable, No. 20.3.9. Gilbert, A. S. in JEA 74 (1988), 78-82 pl. xii Thebes. TT 280, Meketre. Models in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art. i2.363A Slaughter-house, No. 20.3.10. Reeves in JEA 74 (1988), 92, no. 10 pl. xv [1] Tell el-aAmarna. Miscellaneous. Various. iv.235A Wine-jar docket of Queen Kiya, year 11 in London, British Museum, EA 59951. Reeves in JEA 74 (1988), 92-3 figs. 1, 2 and pl. xv [2-4] 8 Fragment, probably of offering table, of Queen Kiya, wife of Amenophis IV, in London, British Museum, EA 26814 (formerly in Fraser Collection). Reeves in JEA 74 (1988), 93-6 figs. 3-5 pl. xvi [1] Tell el-aAmarna. North Palace. Various. iv.195A Fragment with text mentioning Amenophis IV and Kiya, wife of Amenophis IV, in London, British Museum, EA 58179.
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288 Reeves in JEA 74 (1988), 96 figs. 6-8 pl. xv i [4] Tell el-aAmarna. North Palace. Various. iv.195A Fragment with text mentioning Kiya, wife of Amenophis IV, in London, British Museum, EA 59165. Reeves in JEA 74 (1988), 97-8 figs. 9-11 pl. xvii [1] Tell el-aAmarna. North Palace. Various. iv.195A Fragment mentioning Kiya, wife of Amenophis IV, in London, British Museum, EA 58180. Reeves in JEA 74 (1988), 98 figs. 12, 13, pl. xiv [2] 8 Jar fragment with cartouches of Amenophis IV and the Aten, in London, British Museum, EA 65900. Reeves in JEA 74 (1988), 98 pl. xvii [2] 8 Jar fragment with cartouches of Amenophis IV and the Aten and name of Queen Kiya, in London, British Museum, EA 65901. Reeves in JEA 74 (1988), 98-9 fig. 14 pl. xv [3] Tell el-aAmarna. Great official Palace. Finds. iv.198A Fragment of kohl tube with remains of titulary of Queen Kiya, in London, British Museum, EA 69719. Donohue in JEA 74 (1988), 103-7 figs. pls. xvii [3, 4], xviii 801-655-630 Paser, Governor of the Town and Vizier, etc. (TT106), statuette-base, faience, temp. Sethos I to Ramesses II, formerly in W. MacGregor colln. and at Sothebys in 1922, now in Swansea, University of Wales, The Egypt Centre, W.232. see Donohue, V. A. in JEA 74 (1988), 108 [30] 8 <<>> Stela of the Paser, Vizier, in Paris, Muse du Louvre, E.10816. see Donohue, V. A. in JEA 74 (1988), 111 [2-3] Thebes. TT 106, Paser. Court. i2.219A Two inscribed bricks of deceased, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 14.1.421-2. see Donohue, V. A. in JEA 74 (1988), 111 [4] 8 Fragment of chest of the vizier Paser, in Berlin, gyptisches Museum, 6768. Donohue, V. A. in JEA 74 (1988), 111-12 figs. 3, 4
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289 Mt Rahna. Finds from the Ptah Enclosure. iii2.838A Statue of Paser, kneeling with figure of Ptah, description and text, in Durham, Oriental Museum, N.511. Donohue, V. A. in JEA 74 (1988), 112-13 fig. 5 8 Plaque of Paser, in London, British Museum, EA 53064. Malek in JEA 74 (1988), 127 [2.2] pl. xix Saqqra. Around Teti Pyramid. Nekhtamun. iii2.571A Description with views. Malek in JEA 74 (1988), 127-30 [2.3] fig. 2 pl. xx Saqqra. Around Teti Pyramid. Nekhtamun. iii2.571A Lower part of stela, in Neuchtel, Muse dEthnographie, Eg. 428. Malek in JEA 74 (1988), 130-1 fig. 3 Saqqra. Around Teti Pyramid. Nekhtamun. iii2.571A Block with remains of kneeling and seated figures and text mentioning Hori. Aly Abdullah in JEA 74 (1988), 160 [1] fig. 1 [1] pl. xxi [1] Deir el-Bahri. Tomb of Priests of Amun. i2.634A Mummy cloth of Shedsuamun, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum. Aly Abdullah in JEA 74 (1988), 160 [2] fig. 1 [2] pl. xxi [2] Deir el-Bahri. Tomb of Priests of Amun. i2.634A Mummy cloth of Pedeamun, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum. Aly Abdullah in JEA 74 (1988), 160 [3] fig. 1 [3] pl. xxi [3] Deir el-Bahri. Tomb of Priests of Amun. i2.631A Mummy cloth of Espekashuti, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum. Aly Abdullah in JEA 74 (1988), 160 [4] fig. 1 [4] pl. xxi [4] (as Sensen) Deir el-Bahri. Tomb of Priests of Amun. i2.632A Mummy cloth of Senenu, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum. Aly Abdullah in JEA 74 (1988), 161 [5] fig. 1 [5] pl. xxii [1]
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290 Deir el-Bahri. Tomb of Priests of Amun. i2.632A Mummy cloth of Derepu, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum. Aly Abdullah in JEA 74 (1988), 161 [6] fig. 1 [6] pl. xxii [2] (as Djemut) Deir el-Bahri. Tomb of Priests of Amun. i2.632A Mummy cloth of Djemutesankh, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum. Aly Abdullah in JEA 74 (1988), 161 [7] fig. 1 [7] pl. xxii [3] Deir el-Bahri. Tomb of Priests of Amun. i2.633A Mummy cloth of Tentopet, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum. Aly Abdullah in JEA 74 (1988), 161 [8] fig. 1 [8] pl. xxii [4] Deir el-Bahri. Tomb of Priests of Amun. i2.642A Mummy cloth of Piamun, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum. Aly Abdullah in JEA 74 (1988), 161-2 [9] fig. 1 [9] pl. xxiii [1] Deir el-Bahri. Tomb of Priests of Amun. i2.633A Mummy cloth of Userhetmosi, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum. Aly Abdullah in JEA 74 (1988), 162 [10] fig. 1 [10] pl. xxiii [2] Deir el-Bahri. Tomb of Priests of Amun. i2.633A Mummy cloth of Espanefehor, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum. Aly Abdullah in JEA 74 (1988), 162 [11] fig. 1 [11] pl. xxiii [3] Deir el-Bahri. Tomb of Priests of Amun. i2.634A Mummy cloth of Khensemrenep, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum. Aly Abdullah in JEA 74 (1988), 162 [12] fig. 1 [12] pl. xxiii [4] Deir el-Bahri. Tomb of Priests of Amun. i2.634A Mummy cloth of Shedsuhor, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum. Leahy, A. in JEA 74 (1988), 183-6 fig. 1 pl. xxv 803-081-730 Round-topped donation stela, Amasis offering to hawk-headed Horus lord of Hut-nesut (el-Km elAhmar Sawris) and Isis mistress of Hut-nesut, with seven lines of text concerning ten arourae of land in . Skekek donated for maintaining lamp and administered by Djedjehutefankh, son of Pedesi, in London,
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291 British Museum, EA 952. see Bourriau, J. in JEA 74 (1988), 201 [2] 801-449-150 Head of statue, early Dyn. XII, in London, British Museum, EA 69755. see Bourriau, J. in JEA 74 (1988), 201 [14] 8 Fragment of coffin of Amenemopet, 3rd Int. Period, in London, British Museum, EA 69851. Tooley in JEA 74 (1988), 207-11 pl. xxvi [2], xxvii [1, 2] Beni Hasan. Tombs of officials. Dyn. VI-XII. iv.161A 17. Coffin of dog. Hab, Dyn. XI, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum E.47.1902. Dodson in JEA 74 (1988), 212-13 pl. xxviii [1] Deir el-Bahri. Great Temple. Finds. Blocks. Norwich. Castle Museum. ii2.376A Head of a queen, No. 15.43 (probably Queen Ahmosi). Dodson in JEA 74 (1988), 213-14 pl. xxvii [3] Deir el-Bahri. Great Temple. Finds. Blocks. Liverpool City Museum. ii2.376A Head of Tuthmosis I, No. 56.22.141. Hoffmeier in JEA 74 (1988), 217-20 pl. xxviii [2] Deir el-Medna. Miscellaneous. i2.728A Stela fragment of Neferhotep, temp. Ramesses II - Sethos II, in Chicago IL, Oriental Institute Museum, 17370 (on loan to Wheaton College). Hoffmeier in JEA 74 (1988), 219 pl. xxviii [3] Karnak. Position unknown. Chapel of Hatshepsut. ii2.279A Stela, Neferhotep adores Amenophis I and Ahmosi Nefertere, in London, British Museum, EA 1516. Dodson and Reeves in JEA 74 (1988), 224-6 fig. 1 pl. xxix [1] Valleys South of Deir el-Bahri. Various. i2.662A Box of Ramesses IX, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 26271. Dodson and Reeves in JEA 74 (1988), 224-6 fig. 1 pl. xxix [2], xxx [1, 2] Valleys South of Deir el-Bahri. Various. i2.662A
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292 Strip of ivory inlay from box of Ramesses IX, in Cambridge University Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, 47.2744. Taylor, J. in JEA 74 (1988), 230-1 fig. 1 (from Randall-MacIver) Abydos. Cemetery D of Randall-MacIver. v.70A Fragment of coffin of Princess [Ta(de)]neb(t)hen, daughter of King Harsiesi, Dyn. XXII. Spencer, A.J. in JEA 74 (1988), 232 pl. xxx [3] 8 Sistrum handle with cartouche of Rudamun, Dyn. XXIII, in London, British Museum, EA 43070. Josephson, J. A. in JEA 74 (1988), 232-5 pl. xxxi 801-766-095 Head, late Dyn. XXVI, usurped from Amasis, dark green schist, in J. A. Josephson colln. Josephson, J. A. in JEA 74 (1988), 233-4 pl. xxxii [1] 800-870-303 Royal head, quartzite, probably Amasis, in Baltimore MD, Walters Art Gallery, 22.415. Josephson, J. A. in JEA 74 (1988), 234 pl. xxxii [2](as relief and Amasis) 800-871-700 Royal head, 2nd half of Dyn. XXVI, basalt, in Leningrad, 735. Josephson in JEA 74 (1988), 234 pl. xxxii [3] Mt Rahna. Miscellaneous. iii2.864A Head, perhaps of Amasis, schist, in Paris, Muse du Louvre, E.25480. Josephson in JEA 74 (1988), 234 pl.xxxii [4] S el-Hagar (Sais). Miscellaneous. Statues. iv.47A Head of young King, probably Amasis, in Berlin, gyptisches Museum, 11864. Leahy, A in JEA 74 (1988), 236-9 pl. xxxiii [2] fig. 1 803-077-660 Round-topped stela, double scene, Irtiertjau, Scribe of the chamberlain of the divine adoratress, son of Pedehorresnet, Scribe in charge of affairs of the chamberlain of the divine adoratress, etc., and of woman Ankh-neitikert, in adoration before Atum on left, and Re-Harakhti on right, and three lines of offering text below, painted wood, late Dyn. XXVI, in Newbury, Newbury Museum. Baines in JEA 75 (1989), 20, 25 pl. ii Abydos. Temple of Sethos I. Hall of Barks. vi.26A
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293 Walls. Ramesses II offers to barques. South wall, east section. Baines in JEA 75 (1989), 25 pl. iii Abydos. Temple of Sethos I. Hall of Barques. vi.26A Walls. Ramesses II offers to barques. East wall, south section. Baines in JEA 75 (1989), 25 pl. iv Abydos. Temple of Sethos I. Hall of Barques. vi.26A Walls. Ramesses II offers to barques. South wall, central section. Leahy, A. in JEA 75 (1989), 41-60 fig. 1 pls. vi, vii [1] Abydos. Cemetery D of Randall-MacIver. v.67A Boundary stela usurped by Neferhotep I, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 20786 (JE 35256). Malek, J. in JEA 75 (1989), 61-74 figs. pls. vii [2], viii (reconstruction from Wilkinson, Hay, and Berlin 7781) Saqqra. Objects from tombs. iii2.732A Niche with statues (?), of Sipair, Dyn. XVIII. Eaton-Krauss in JEA 75 (1989), 77-88 figs. ( from papers of Walter Segal) pl. ix Valley of the Kings. KV 46, Yuia. i2.563A Chair of Princess Sitamun, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 51113. Dodson and Janssen in JEA 75 (1989), 125-38 pls. x, xi [except lower right] Sheikh aAbd el-Qurna. Tomb. Temp. Amenophis III. i2.671A Fourteen wooden hieratic mummy-labels with names of daughters of Tuthmosis IV, and officials in Edinburgh, Royal Scottish Museum 1956.154-67. Dodson and Janssen in JEA 75 (1989), 126 pl. xi [lower right] Sheikh aAbd el-Qurna. Tomb. Temp. Amenophis III. i2.671A Clay sealing of Amenophis III, in Edinburgh, Royal Scottish Museum, 1956.168. see Bourriau, J. in JEA 75 (1989), 209 [1] 801-631-200 Lower part of scribe statue of Djehuti, Overseer of northern foreign countries, etc., son of Amenmosi and Isoneb, black granite, temp. Tuthmosis III, at Christies in 1986, now in London, British Museum, EA 69863.
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294 see Bourriau in JEA 75 (1989), 209 [6] 801-675-070 Upper part of seated statuette of a queen, possibly Queen Teye, in Durham, Oriental Museum, 1987-1. Dodson in JEA 75 (1989), 224-6 with pl. xxix [3] 8 Aragonite shell with cartouches of Hatshepsut and Nebhepetre and building text, in Liverpool, County Museum, M11929. Malek and Miles in JEA 75 (1989), 227-8 fig. 1 pl. xxxi [1] Thebes. TT 57, Khaemhet. i2.117A (18) and (19) Boat and mourners in III. Malek and Miles in JEA 75 (1989), 228 fig. 2 (from Bruyre) Thebes. TT 4, Ken. i2.11A (3) Girl carrying child in I. Malek and Miles in JEA 75 (1989), 228 fig. 3 (from Davies) Thebes. TT 49, Neferthotep. i2.92A (8) Mourners in I. Malek and Miles in JEA 75 (1989), 228 pl. xxxii Thebes. TT 259, Hori. i2.343A (1) Female mourners. Reeves in JEA 75 (1989), 235-7 pls. xxxiii-xxxiv Objects from Theban Temples. ii2.535A Head of a god, black granite, perhaps Dyn. XXII, in London, British Museum, EA 956. Leahy, M. in JEA 75 (1989), 239-43 pl. xxxv 8 Blocks with text from Book of the Dead from tomb of Wehebre-emakhi, Dyn. XXVI, in London, British Museum, EA 537-46. Giddy et al in JEA 76 (1990), 4 pl. iv [1] Mt Rahna. Ptah Enclosure. Colossi in front of Pylon. iii2.832A Breast fragment of limestone colossus of Ramesses II.

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295 Giddy et al. in JEA 76 (1990), 4 pl. iv [2] Mt Rahna. Ptah Enclosure. Colossi in front of Pylon. iii2.832A Fragment of granite base with foot of colossal statue. Giddy et al. in JEA 76 (1990), 4 pl. iii [2] Mt Rahna. Ptah Enclosure. Colossi in front of Pylon. iii2.832A Fragment of kilt and dagger of a colossal red granite statue. Giddy et al. in JEA 76 (1990), 4 fig. 3 Mt Rahna. Ptah Enclosure. Found in front of Pylon. iii2.832A Re-used Old Kingdom block, offering-bringer with birds. Giddy et al. in JEA 76 (1990), 4 fig. 4 Mt Rahna. Ptah Enclosure. Ear stelae. iii2.834A Fragment of ear stela. Giddy et al. in JEA 76 (1990), 4 fig. 5 pl. iii [1] Mt Rahna. Ptah Enclosure. Pylon. iii2.832A Doorway. Jambs, outer, left, Ramesses II offering to I, Ptah II, Sekhmet, III [a god]. Giddy et al. in JEA 76 (1990), 4 pl. iv [3] Mt Rahna. Ptah Enclosure. Pylon. iii2.832A Half lintel and cornice of Ramesses II. Giddy et al. in JEA 76 (1990), 7 pl. i Mt Rahna. Ptah Enclosure. Pylon. iii2.832A Views from west. Giddy et al. in JEA 76 (1990), 7 pl. iv [4] Mt Rahna. Ptah Enclosure. Found in front of Pylon. iii2.832A Two monolithic, granite, engaged columns(?). Giddy et al. in JEA 76 (1990), 7 pl. iii [3] Mt Rahna. Ptah Enclosure. Finds. iii2.835A Inscribed limestone block.
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296 Giddy et al. in JEA 76 (1990), 7 pl. iv [5] Mt Rahna. Ptah Enclosure. Found in front of Pylon. iii2.832A Two basalt-blocks with a building text. Giddy et al. in JEA 76 (1990), 7 pl. ii Mt Rahna. iii2.832A Part of base of red granite colossus of Ramesses II, mentioning [Khaemweset]. Dodson, A. in JEA 76 (1990), 87 pl. v [2] 801-645-250 Statuette of Djehutimosi, Kings son (of Amenophis III), etc., prostrate grinding grain, schist, temp. Amenophis III, formerly in A. B. Clot Bey colln., now in Paris, Muse du Louvre, N.792 [E.2749]. Dodson, A. in JEA 76 (1990), 92 [9] pl. v [1] Objects from Thebes. i2.789A Statue of Isis suckling Horus dedicated by Huy, with six princes and princesses in relief on side of seat, Dyn. XVIII, in London, British Museum, EA 1280. Jones, M. in JEA 76 (1990), 141 pl. vi Mt Rahna. G. Embalming House of Apis Bulls. iii2.841A Table of three blocks, (a) south side, cartouches of Sesonchis I. Jones, M. in JEA 76 (1990), 141 pl. vii Mt Rahna. G. Embalming House of Apis Bulls. iii2.841A Embalming-table 4, inscribed basin beneath spout at north end. Bourriau in JEA 76 (1990), 158 [73] pl. viii [1] Deir el-Medna. Miscellaneous. Stelae. i2.734 Ramosi (m) adoring hawk-headed Re-Harakhti, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.2.1988. see Bourriau in JEA 76 (1990), 158 [76] Omit. Blue faience figurine of Sekhmet, inscribed with name of a prince Smendes, 3rd Int. Period, in London, British Museum, EA 71023. see Bourriau, J. in JEA 76 (1990), 159 [84] 801-765-230 Male head, Dyn. XXIX-XXX, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.5.1988.
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297 Adams, B. in JEA 76 (1990), 162-3 figs. 1 (from Quibell and Green), 2 (from Capart) pl. x Km el-Ahmar (Hierakonpolis). Temple enclosure. East Chamber. v.193A Slate statue of Khasekhem, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 32161 with extra fragment from base, in Liverpool, School of Archaeology and Oriental Studies, E749. Tooley in JEA 76 (1990), 166-8 pls. xi, xii Abydos. Cemetery E of Garstang. From various tombs. v.67A Wooden statuette of a man, kilt missing, Dyn. XII, in Liverpool, School of Archaeology and Oriental Studies, E7082. Tooley, A. M. J. in JEA 76 (1990), 168 pl. xiii 801-421-200 Male statuette, wood, Dyn. XII, in Basel, Mnzen und Medaillen A. G., in 1981, now in Geneva, Muse dArt et dHistoire, 23458. Quirke in JEA 76 (1990), 170-4 pls. xiv, xv Objects from Thebes. i2.786A Statue-group, Kerama and wife Abuybuy, Dyn. XVIII, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.21. 1887. Essam el-Banna in JEA 76 (1990), 175-8 fig. pl. xvi (as name Sheri, and Ikuy as title, Carrier) El-Matarya. Miscellaneous. iv.63A Stela of Ikuy-sheri and wife Sity, mid-Dyn. XVIII, in a magazine at Gza. Malek in JEA 76 (1990), 180-1 fig. pl. xviii 8 Pyramidion of Teti, early Dyn. XVIII, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, E.3926. Malek in JEA 76 (1990), 183-4 fig. 2 pl. xix Deir el-Medna. Miscellaneous. i2.744A Pyramidion of Huy. Malek in JEA 76 (1990), 184 fig. 3 8 Triangular stela of Bekenamun, New Kingdom, formerly in J. Lee colln. El-Saady, H. M. in JEA 76 (1990), 186-8 pl. xx [1] fig. 1 803-044-300 Round-topped stela, Sethos I offering two bowls of water to Hathor in Apollinopolis Magna (Edfu), sandstone, temp. Sethos I, in Edinburgh, Royal Museum of Scotland, 1907.632.
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298 Leahy, A. in JEA 76 (1990), 194-6 pls. xxi, xxii fig. on 195 801-755-370 Block statue of Iba, Creator of light, Nurse of Horus wr 3a m hpr, etc., son of Ramosi, early Dyn. XXVI, formerly in W. MacGregor colln., now in Swansea, University of Wales, The Wellcome Museum, W.921. (Probably from Saft el-Hinna.) . .

Selim, H. in JEA 76 (1990), 199-202 figs. and pls. xxiii-xxv 801-733-300 Statue of Amenhotep, Director of the Mansions, son of Wehebre-merneit, Prophet of Horus son of . Neith, and Tashenesi, holding naos of Neith, with text mentioning Neith mistress of Sais, greywacke, probably early Dyn. XXVII, formerly in S. Rogers and W. H. Forman collns., at Christies in 1856 and at Sothebys in 1899, now in London, British Museum, EA 41517. Teeter, E. in JEA 76 (1990), 202-3 pls. xxvi-xxvii 802-114-500 Statuette of ibis-headed Thoth twice-great, lord of Hermopolis Magna, dedicated by Djeho, Door-opener of Thoth twice-great, lord of Hermopolis Magna, son of Esdjehuti, Head of door-openers of Thoth twice-great, lord of Hermopolis Magna, in the 3rd phyle, and Irterau, bronze, Ptolemaic, in Seattle WA, Seattle Art Museum, 55.164. Teeter, E. in JEA 76 (1990), 203-5 pl. xxviii [1] Tna (Hermopolis Magna) iv.174A Mirror of Djeho, son of Esdjehuti, Ptolemaic, in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 52.73. Schneider et al. in JEA 77 (1991), 7-16 figs. pl. ii [1, 2] Saqqra. LS 27, Maya. iii2.661A Description with plans, sections and views. Schneider et al. in JEA 77 (1991), 17 pl. iii [6] Saqqra. LS 27, Maya. Finds. iii2.663A Wine jar, with text of year 40 [of Ramesses II] and mention of Chief Vintner Ibager (?). Schneider et al. in JEA 77 (1991), 17-18 pl. ii [3, 4] Saqqra. LS 27, Maya. Finds. iii2.663A see also iii2.661A Re-used block from tomb of Haremhab, recto, Haremhab purifies a statue of Osiris, verso, two offering bearers. Aston, D.A. in JEA 77 (1991), 99-101 fig. pl. vii-viii 8
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299 Osiris figure of the vizier Pemu, in London, British Museum, EA 22913. see Bourriau in JEA 77 (1991), 157 [16-27] Abydos. Osiris Temple. Finds. v.48A Sealings, Dyn. I-II, (= Petrie, Abydos ii, pl. xvi [1-4 [left], 5-11, 14]) in London, Petrie Museum, 3566475. see Bourriau in JEA 77 (1991), 157 [28-9] Abydos. Tomb of Aha. v.88A Sealing (= Petrie, Royal Tombs ii, pl. xiii[95]), in London, Petrie Museum, 35712-13. see Bourriau in JEA 77 (1991), 157 [30-3] Abydos. Tomb Aha. v.88A Sealings (=Petrie, Royal Tombs ii, pl. xiv [98-9, 101]), in London, Petrie Museum, 35702-4, 35707. see Bourriau in JEA 77 (1991), 158 [34] Abydos. Tomb Aha. v.88A Sealings (= Petrie, Royal Tombs ii, pl. xiv [97-8, 104], in London, Petrie Museum 35705. see Bourriau in JEA 77 (1991), 158 [35-46] Abydos. Tomb Djer. v.78A Sealings (= Petrie, Royal Tombs ii, pl. xv [105, 108-10, 113], in London, Petrie Museum, 35734 A, B, 35737-41, 35747-8, 35750-1, 35753, 35760. see Bourriau in JEA 77 (1991), 158 [47-8] Abydos. Tomb Djer. v.78A Sealings (=Petrie, Royal Tombs ii, pl. xv [106-7], xvi [123-4], in London, Petrie Museum, 35735-6. see Bourriau in JEA 77 (1991), 158 [49-50] Abydos. Portal of Ramesses II. v.44A Four sealings. Two in London, Petrie Museum, 35662-3. see Bourriau in JEA 77 (1991), 158 [100-1] Abydos. Osiris Temple. Finds. Various. v.48A Sealing and fragment in London, Petrie Museum, 35676-7 (= Petrie, Abydos ii, pl. xvi [15-16]).

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300 see Bourriau in JEA 77 (1991), 159 [110] Sidmant. Finds. iv.118A Model, baking and brewing in London, Petrie Museum, 31721. see Bourriau in JEA 77 (1991), 159 [128] Sidmant. Finds. iv.118A Model, granary, in London, Petrie Museum, 31723. see Bourriau in JEA 77 (1991), 160 [196-249] Deir el-Bersha. Tomb 2, Djehutihotep II. iv.181A Fragments of inscribed and painted relief in London, British Museum, EA 71520-70. Bourriau in JEA 77 (1991), 160 [253] pl. xv [1] 801-481-150 Upper part of female statuette, fragmentary, early Dyn. XII, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.1.1989. Quinn, S. in JEA 77 (1991), 169-74 pl. xvi [3] fig. 1 on 170 803-056-230 Round-topped votive stela, Amenophis I offering two globular jars to seated Amun-Re, dedicated by Senhotep, Scribe of the Southern City, temp. Amenophis I, in Cambridge, Girton College. Malek in JEA 77 (1991), 176-80 fig. Deir el-Medna. Miscellaneous. i2.733A Stela (b) of Peshedu, formerly in London, United Services Museum. Dodson in JEA 77 (1991), 180-2 pl. xvi [4] 8 Wooden rectangular board of Tenro, Dyn. XXI, in Durham, Oriental Museum, N.1454. Malek in JEA 77 (1991), 185-6 fig. 1 Kawa. Temple T. vii.187(b)A Stela, years 2-8 of Taharqa, columns 17-19, upper part, in Copenhagen, Ny Carlsberg Glyptokek .I.N.1707. Magee and Malek in JEA 77 (1991), 195-7 fig. (Lieder squeeze in Grantham Museum, No. 44). Objects from Thebes. i2.811A Stela of Neferhor and wife Sent, Dyn. XI, in Toronto 957.124
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301 Malek, J. and Quirke, S. in JEA 78 (1992), 13-18 pls. ii, iii Mt Rahna. Ptah Enclosure. Found in front of Pylon. iii2.832A (a) and (b) two fragments of annals of Amenemhet II, red granite. see Kirby, C. in JEA 78 (1992), 21-2 Gebel el-Sheikh El-Hardi. Quarries. North of El-Khizindrya. v.16A Quarries. A-C. Description. see Kirby, C. in JEA 78 (1992), 22 cf. fig. 1 Gebel el-Sheikh El-Hardi. Quarries. Abu el-Nasr. South of El-Khizindrya. v.16A Royal Ptolemaic inscription in Quarry D. Kirby, C. in JEA 78 (1992), 22-3 fig. 1 pl. iv [1] Gebel el-Sheikh El-Hardi. Quarries. Abu el-Nasr. South of El-Khizindrya. v.16A Description with plan and view. Kirby, C. in JEA 78 (1992), 23 fig. 1 Gebel el-Sheikh El-Hardi. Quarries. Abu el-Nasr. Rock-tombs. Tomb 1. Old Kingdom. v.16A Plan and description of remains of decoration, figures of deceased on exterior and fig. of deceased with text of a temple official on South wall of tomb chamber. Kirby, C. in JEA 78 (1992), 24 fig. 1 pl. iv [2] Gebel el-Sheikh El-Hardi. Abu el-Nasr. Rock-tombs. Tomb 2. v.16A Description, remains of scenes including clap-net scene, with plan and view. Kirby, C. in JEA 78 (1992), 24 fig. 1 Gebel el-Sheikh El-Hardi. Abu el-Nasr. Rock-tombs. Tomb 3. v.16A Description, remains of scenes, with plan. Abdalla, A. in JEA 78 (1992), 93-107 figs. pls. xix-xxiii Saqqra. Mastaba of the Sekwaskhet family. iii2.549A Five false-doors, each with offering-table, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 55618. Roth, A. in JEA 78 (1992), 118-22 fig. 2 Saqqra. Pyramid-complex of Unis. Pyramid. Burial Chamber. iii2.421-2A
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302 Texts on north wall, upper register. Roth, A. in JEA 78 (1992), 141-3 fig. 10 Saqqra. Tomb Mereruka. B. Room III. iii2.535A (100) Remains of wife seated and dancers in III and IV. Roth, A. in JEA 78 (1992), 144-6 fig. 11 Deir el-Bahri. Great Temple. Middle Colonnade. iii2.348 (18)A (18) Meskhent seated on right. Weatherhead, F. in JEA 78 (1992), 181 fig. 1 El-aAmarna. Great Palace. Living Quarters. iv.198A Reconstructed plan. Weatherhead, F. in JEA 78 (1992), 183-4 pls. xxiv, xxv [1] El-aAmarna. Great Palace. Living Quarters. Transverse Hall [E]. iv.198A Painted pavement in Cairo, Egyptian Museum. Weatherhead, F. in JEA 78 (1992), 184-5 figs. 2, 3 El-aAmarna. Great Palace. Living Quarters. First Hall. iv.198A Painted pavement, reconstruction and fragments. Weatherhead, F. in JEA 78 (1992), 185-88, 190 figs. 4, 5 El-aAmarna. Great Palace. Living Quarters. South-east columned room [F]. iv.198A Painted pavement. Leahy, A. in JEA 78 (1992), 227-8 pl. xxvi [1] Detail Gebel Barkal. Temple B.500. vii.217A Stela, year 21 of Piankhy, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 48862. Leahy, A. in JEA 78 (1992), 228 pl. xxvi [2] Karnak. Temple of Re-Harakhti. ii2.220-1 (19)-(20) King offering incense to Atum in 5. Leahy, A. in JEA 78 (1992), 228-9 pl. xxvi [3]
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303 Rosetta. iv.1A Intercolumnar block, incribed on both sides, Psammetikhos I, in London, British Museum, EA 20. Leahy, A. in JEA 78 (1992), 229-30 pl. xxvii [1] Abydos. Central Section. Small Temple. v.70A Part of lintel Psammetikhos I, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 20040 (as JE 20340). Leahy, A. in JEA 78 (1992), 232 pl. xxvii [2] 8 Faience plaque of King Yewepet, Dyn. XXIII, in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 59.17. Leahy, A. in JEA 78 (1992), 232 pl. xxvii [3] 800-797-600 Statuette of (Pefteuemauiubaste) Neferkare kneeling with [offering table?], bronze, formerly with G. Tano (dealer), now in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 1977.16. Leahy, A. in JEA 78 (1992), 232 pl. xxvii [4] Karnak. Chapel of Osiris Hekdjet. ii2.205A (2) Head of Shabataka. Baines, J. in JEA 78 (1992), 242-6 pl. xviii [2] Biographical text and lid Saqqra. North of Step Pyramid. Tomb with sarcophagi of Dyn. XXX. iii2.504-5A Pawenhetef Djeho, dwarf, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 29307. Baines, J. in JEA 78 (1992), 246-8 Biographical text Saqqra. North of Step Pyramid. Tomb with sarcophagi of Dyn. XXX. iii2.504A Sarcophagus of Tjaiharpata, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 29306. see Vassilika, E. in JEA 78 (1992), 267 [4] Abydos. Umm el-Qaaab. Wedemu (Den)-Semti. v.83A Clay-sealing fragment of an official in London, Petrie Museum, 36626 [=Petrie, Royal Tombs i, pl. xxxii [40]]. see Vassilika, E. in JEA 78 (1992), 267 [4] Abydos. Umm el-Qaaab. Wadjit (Djet)-Iti. v.83A
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304 Clay-sealings in London, Petrie Museum, 36597-600 [=Petrie, Royal Tombs i, pl. xviii, ii, pl.xvii [127]]. see Vassilika, E. in JEA 78 (1992), 268 [21] Sidmant. Finds. iv.118A Wooden statues of women, First Intermediate Period, in London, Petrie Museum, 31810-12, 31815. see Vassilika, E. in JEA 78 (1992), 269 [23] Sidmant. Finds. iv.118A Model boats in London, Petrie Museum, 31848, 33797, 33806-8. see Vassilika, E. in JEA 78 (1992), 269 [27] 800-494-230 Head from a sphinx late Middle Kingdom, in London, British Museum, EA 73809. see Vassilika, E. in JEA 78 (1992), 269 [28] 801-447-330 Head, black steatite, probably 2nd half Dyn. XII, in London, British Museum, EA 71645. see Vassilika, E. in JEA 78 (1992), 267 [29] El-aAmarna. Miscellaneous. iv.234A Painted pavement plaster in London, Petrie Museum, 38112-22, 38124, 38128-33, 38136-46. Dodson, A. in JEA 78 (1992), 275 [1] pl. xxviii [1] fig. 1 on 276 803-042-525 Round-topped stela, four lines of offering text invoking Montu, lord of Thebes, the bull in Hermonthis, on behalf of Ahmosi, Scribe, son of woman Ahhotep, with both of them standing at table with offerings below, late Dyn. XVII or early Dyn. XVIII, in Cambridge, University of Cambridge, Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Z 43846. Dodson, A. in JEA 78 (1992), 275-6, 278 fig. 2 pl. xxviii [2] (as Dyn. XVIII-XIX) El-Kb. Temple of Amenophis III. Finds. v.189A Fragment of stela with Nekhbet and rams head of Amun, Dyn. XIX in Cambridge Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology 1951.555. Dodson, A. in JEA 78 (1992), 278 [3] pl. xxviii [3] fig. 3 on 277 (as Dyn. XVIII-XIX) 803-055-215 Round-topped votive stela, top left and bottom right parts lost, Hesen in adoration before ibis (i.e. Thoth) lord of Hermopolis on perch, with short offering text, end of Dyn. XVIII, in Cambridge, University of Cambridge, Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, 1951.554.

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305 Dodson, A. in JEA 78 (1992), 278 pl. xxviii [4] Sesebi. Aten Temple. Finds. vii.174A Small stela in Cambridge, Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, 38.770. Dodson, A. in JEA 78 (1992), 278-9 fig. 4 pl. xxix [1] aAmra West. Store-rooms. vii.163A Small stela, ram before altar, in Cambridge, Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, 39.553. Dodson, A. in JEA 78 (1992), 279 [6] pl. xxix [2] fig. 5 on 277 (as Z 43843) 803-055-214 Upper part of round-topped votive stela, [a Gardener] before Termuthis as serpent, sandstone, Dyn. XIX, in Cambridge, University of Cambridge, Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Z 43848. Dodson, A. in JEA 78 (1992), 279 fig. 6 Buhen. Fort. Finds. vii.139A Stela fragment of Nofru, Dyn. XIII, in Cambridge, Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Z45905. Eaton-Krauss, M. in JEA 78 (1992), 285-7 pl. xxix [3] Alexandria. Miscellaneous. iv.6A Block of Psammetikhos I or Necho II, usurped by Psammetikhos II, in Vienna Museum, 213. Haarlem, W. van in JEA 78 (1992), 294-5 fig. 1 pl. xxxi 8 Pair of papyrus sandals of Meramuniotes, Ptolemaic, in Amsterdam, Allard Pierson Museum, 11.988. Zach, M. in JEA 78 (1992), 295-301 fig. 1 Mere. South Group. Finds. vii.259A Block found by Ferlini from chapel of a Queen Kanarta (?), probably Pyramid SI or S9, in Bologna, Museo Civico Archeologico, 3156. Zach, M. in JEA 78 (1992), 297 fig. 2 Mere. Pyramid N.6, Queen Amanishakhete. vii.245A Queen from right wall of chapel. Zach, M. in JEA 78 (1992), 298 pl. xxxii [1] Mere. Pyramid S.4, Queen Kanarta-Sar.... vii.256A Queen in kiosk from right wall.
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306 Zach, M. in JEA 78 (1992), 298 pl. xxxii [2] Mere. Pyramid. S.10, Bartare-Kalkai. Chapel. Right wall. vii.257A Seated king. Zach, M. in JEA 78 (1992), 299 pl. xxxii [3, left] Mere. Pyramid N.16,Akhyesbekhe (?). vii.250A Block, King and female captive. Zach, M. in JEA 78 (1992), 299 pl. xxxii [3 right] Mere. Pyramid N.16,Akhysebekhe (?) vii.250A Block with head of a Queen built into interior. Schneider, H. et al. in JEA 79 (1993), 2-5 fig. 1 pls. 1 [1, 2] Saqqra. Tomb of Nia. West of Haremhab. . iii2.707A Description with plan and views. Schneider, H. et al. in JEA 79 (1993), 2 pl. i [3] Saqqra. Tomb of Nia. West of Haremhab. Chapel A. . iii2.707A West wall, double-scene, deceased adoring Osiris on left and Sokari on right. see Schneider, H. et al. in JEA 79 (1993), 2 Saqqra. Tomb of Nia. Chapel A. . iii2.707A North wall, deceased and wife before Osiris in kiosk with Isis and Nephthys. Schneider, H. et al. in JEA 79 (1993), 2 pl. ii [1] Saqqra. Tomb of Nia. Chapel A. . iii2.707A South wall, deceased and family before Osiris in kiosk with Isis and Nephthys. Schneider, H. et al. in JEA 79 (1993), 2 on pl. ii [1] Saqqra. Tomb of Nia. Chapel A. . iii2.707A Frieze, fish, lotus flowers and leaves. see Schneider, H. et al. in JEA 79 (1993), 3 Saqqra. Tomb of Nia. Chapel B. . iii2.707A Entrance, outer lintel, deceased kneeling before Osiris and Re-Harakhti.
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307 see Schneider, H. et al. in JEA 79 (1993), 3 Saqqra. Tomb of Nia. Chapel B. . iii2.707A Entrance, inner lintel, offering formulae. Schneider, H. et al. in JEA 79 (1993), 4 pl. ii [2] Saqqra. Tomb of Nia. Finds. . iii2.707A Relief, deceased seated with full-faced monkey under chair, and wife and family. Schneider, H. et al. in JEA 79 (1993), 4 pl. iii [1] Saqqra. Tomb of Nia. Finds. . iii2.707A Stela, deceased and wife adore Osiris above, and seated, adored by family below. Schneider, H. et al. in JEA 79 (1993), 4 pl. ii [3] Saqqra. Tomb of Nia. Finds. . iii2.707A Relief, deceased seated with monkey under chair, and wife standing behind. see Schneider, H. et al. in JEA 79 (1993), 4 Saqqra. Tomb of Nia. Courtyard. . iii2.707A Entrance, left thickness, deceased adores the rising sun. Schneider, H. et al. in JEA 79 (1993), 5 pl. iii [3] Saqqra. Tomb of Nia. Lower burial chamber. . iii2.707A Door-jamb, re-used by Wehebre..., Dyn. XXVI. . Schneider, H. et al. in JEA 79 (1993), 6, 8 pl. iii [2] Saqqra. Tomb of Khay. . iii2.655A Pyramidion (as late Dyn. XVIII). see Schneider, H. et al. in JEA 79 (1993), 8 Saqqra. Tomb of Khaemnetjer. . iii2.655A Lintel inscribed for deceased and wife. see Schneider, H. et al. in JEA 79 (1993), 8 Saqqra. Tomb Amenem ... West of Haremhab. Late Dyn. XVIII. . iii2.655A Fragment pyramidion.
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308 see Giddy, L. and Jeffreys, D. in JEA 79 (1993), 14 Mt Rahna. Temple of Ptah. Colossi in front of Pylon. . iii2.832A Inscribed and decorated fragments including names of Ramesses II and III and a re-used Old Kingdom relief with name of Pepy .... see Matheson, J. and Tavares, A. in JEA 79 (1993), 25-31 Saqqra. Necropolis. . iii2.435A Survey of Saqqra by the National Museums of Scotland, preliminary report (1990-1). . Shaw, J. and Jameson, R. in JEA 79 (1993), 86 pl. v [2](Fakhry 1=26) Wdi el-Hdi. Rock-stelae and rock-texts. vii.319A Rock-text of Antel, year 1 of Mentuhotp IV. . Shaw, J. and Jameson, R. in JEA 79 (1993), 84, 88-92 fig. 4 pl. v [1] Wdi el-Hdi. Amethyst Mines. vii.320A Middle-Kingdom fortress, description with plan and view. Manuelian, P. Der and Loeben, C. in JEA 79 (1993), 121-55 figs. 4, 5, 7-15 pls. vi-xiv Valley of the Kings. KV 20, Hatshepsut. . i2.547A Earlier sarcophagus of Hatshepsut, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 04.278. . Manuelian, P. Der and Loeben, C. in JEA 79 (1993), 127 fig. 3 Valleys South of Deir el-Bahri. 2. King Pinedjem. . i2.662A Outer coffin, usurped from Tuthmosis I, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 61025, partial reconstruction of original decoration. Watson, E. and Myers, M. in JEA 79 (1993), 179-80 pl. xv [1] Objects from Thebes. i2.831A Coffins, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Hancock Museum, cartonnage of Beketenhor, Late Period Caluwe, A. de in JEA 79 (1993), 200-3 figs. pl. xviii [1, 2] (as Ptolemaic) 8 Two pieces of linen of Esi(em)khebi, Sistrum player of Ptah, Roman, in Antwerp, Museum Vleeshuis, 4943.1/2, 2/2. Caluwe, A. de in JEA 79 (1993), 203-5, 209 figs. 3, 4 pls. xviii [3], xix [1] (as Ptolemaic) 8
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309 Two pieces of linen with vignettes from Book of the Dead, Roman, in Antwerp, Museum Vleeshuis, 4944-5. (Owner of 4945=Iufau, Gods father.) Caluwe, A. de in JEA 79 (1993), 205, 209 figs. 5, 6 pls. xix [2], xx [1] (as Ptolemaic) 8 Linen with vignettes from Book of the Dead, Roman, in Antwerp, Museum Vleeshuis, 4946.1/2, 2/2. (Owner of 2/2 Neferibpare, Gods father, etc.) Caluwe, A. de in JEA 79 (1993), 209-11 figs. 7, 9-10 pls. xx [2], xxi [2] 8 Linen of Menkare, Gods father with texts from Book of Dead, Ptolemaic, in Antwerp, Museum Vleeshuis, 4941.1/2. Caluwe, A. de in JEA 79 (1993), 209-10 fig. 8 pl. xxi [1] 8 Linen with text and vignette from the Book of the Dead, Ptolemaic, in Antwerp, Museum Vleeshuis, 4942. see Vassilika, E. in JEA 79 (1993), 238 [14] 8 Linen with vignette of Kenia, late Dyn. XVIII or Dyn. XIX, in London, British Museum, EA 73704. . see Vassilika, E. in JEA 79 (1993), 238 [19] 8 Relief, remains of khekher-frieze, stars and text, formerly in Farnham (Dorset), Pitt Rivers Museum, 73962. see Vassilika, E. in JEA 79 (1993), 238 [20] 8 Limestone relief fragment, reign of Akhenaten. see Vassilika, E. in JEA 79 (1993), 238 [25] 8 Funerary linen with Books of the Dead, in London, British Museum, EA 73674-90, 73707-11, Dyn. XXX. see Vassilika, E. in JEA 79 (1993), 238 [27] 8 Fragment of blue-glazed offering-table with hieroglyphic inscription, in London, British Museum, EA 73966. El-Sabbahy, A.-F. in JEA 79 (1993), 243-6 fig. pl. xxiii Saqqra. Firth Excavation. Tomb of Shedabd. . iii2.566A
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310 Doorway, lintel and jambs. El-Sabbahy, A.-F. in JEA 79 (1993), 246-8 figs. Saqqra. Firth Excavation. Tomb of Shedabd. . iii2.566A Another lintel and parts of jambs. Abdalla, A. in JEA 79 (1993), 249-53 fig. 1 pl. xxiv [1] Dendera. University of Pennsylvania Excavations. v.114A Lower part of stela of Harnakht, Dyn. XI, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 46048. Abdalla, A. in JEA 79 (1993), 253-4 fig. 2 pl. xxiv [2] (As Dyn. XI) Dendera. University of Pennsylvania Excavations. v.114A Stela of Iteti and 3 women, 1st Int. Period, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 46049. Reeves, C. in JEA 79 (1993), 259-61 pl. xxvi [1] 8 Gold finger-ring with Tuthmosis III beloved of Ptah nfr-hr on bezel, in London, British Museum, EA . 71492. Daoud, K. in JEA 79 (1993), 261-5 fig. pls. xxvi [2], xxvii Saqqra. Tomb of Haremhab. Finds. . iii2.661A Upper part of stela of Inu ..., early Ramesside. Dodson, A. in JEA 79 (1993), 267-8 pl. xxviii [1, 2] (=Wilkinson MSS v. 15, 151) Thebes. TT A.18, Amenemopet. i2.453A Graffiti with cartouches of Psusennes II and Sesonchis I. Hawass, Z. in JEA 80 (1994), 45 pl. vi [1] Saqqra. Pyramid-enclosure of Iput I. . iii2.396A View. Hawass, Z. in JEA 80 (1994), 45-56 figs. pls. vi [2, 4], vii Saqqra. Pyramid-enclosure of Iput I. Finds. . iii2.397A Jamb, Horus-name of Netjerikhet and six lions and six jackals repeated twice, with two snakes on thicknesses, from Step Pyramid enclosure, found re-used. Galn, J. in JEA 80 (1994), 89 [23] pl. ix
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311 Thebes. TT 366, Djar. i2.429(2)A (2) Two registers. Shaw, I. in JEA 80 (1994), 110, 114, 116, 122 pl. x [3] El-aAmarna. Palace called Maru-Aten. Finds. iv.208A Block inscribed on both sides, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1922.141. Shaw, I. in JEA 80 (1994), 110, 112, 123 pl. x [2] 8 Fragment from balustrade with text of Amenophis IV and Queen Teye, formerly in W. MacGregor colln., now in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.16.1950. Shaw, I. in JEA 80 (1994), 110, 114, 116, 123 pl. xi [1] El-aAmarna. Great Palace. Hall. iv.198A Fragment of balustrade, royal family worshipping, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, Temp. No. 30.10.26.12. Shaw, I. in JEA 80 (1994), 112 fig. 2 (from Winlock) pl. xi [3] Deir el-Bahri. Great Temple. Upper Colonnade. . ii2.356A View showing balustrade of ramp. Shaw, I. in JEA 80 (1994), 119, 124 fig. 9 (from Habachi) pl. xi [2] Heliopolis. Miscellaneous. iv.63A Stela, Amenophis IV and family adore Aten with Pare-em-hab below, back usurped by Haremhab, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 34175. Sowada, K. in JEA 80 (1994), 137-43 pl. xii 801-650-460 Upper part of diorite statue, late Dyn. XVIII, in Sydney, Nicholson Museum of Antiquities, R.1138. Vassilika, E. in JEA 80 (1994), 180 [18] pl. xxx [1] 8 Relief, sphinx in shrine, probably Dyn. XXII, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.1.1992. Vassilika, E. in JEA 80 (1994), 180 [29] pl. xxxi [3] Omit. Faience figure of naked man, seated, left arm raised to face, in Liverpool Museum, 1993.75. Adams, B. in JEA 80 (1994), 183-4 pl. xxxii [1] Abydos. Tomb of Wadjit (Djet)-Iti.
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312 v.82A View and description of interior. Weatherhead, F. in JEA 80 (1994), 198-201 figs. (from Petrie drawings) El-aAmarna. Great Official Palace. Living quarters. iv.198A Fresco in First Hall. Two details. Daoud, K. in JEA 80 (1994), 202-8 fig. pl. xxxii [2] Saqqra. Around Pyramid-complex of Unas. Finds. . iii2.652A Block of Ramosi, Ramesside. Jeffreys, D. et al. in JEA 81 (1995), 5-6 pl. ii [1-3] Mt Rahna. Temple of Ptah. Finds. iii2.835A Inscribed and decorated blocks, some re-used, one Old Kingdom and two Dyn. XVIII and one with part of cartouche of Ramesses II. Jeffreys, D. et al. in JEA 81 (1995), 5 pl. ii [4] Mt Rahna. Temple of Ptah. Finds. iii2.835A Statue of deity with plumes and horns, Ramesside or later. Kemp, B. and Nicholson, P. in JEA 81 (1995), 9 pl. ii [4] El-aAmarna. Town. iv.207A Mould with name of the Aten in cartouche. Mathieson, I. et al. in JEA 81 (1995), 26-41 fig. 3 pls. v, vi Saqqra. E. Great Enclosure. . iii2.417A Stela of Djeherbes, Dyn. XXVII. Weatherhead, F. in JEA 81 (1995), 98-9, 103-4, 108, 110-11 fig. on 97 (modified from Pendlebury) El-aAmarna. Private Palace or Kings House (P.42.1). iv.199A Plan of N.E. quarter. Weatherhead, F. in JEA 81 (1995), 98-106 figs. 3, 4 (reconstruction) pl. vii [1] El-aAmarna. Private Palace or Kings House (P.42.1). iv.199A Frieze of foreigners.

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313 Weatherhead, F. in JEA 81 (1995), 108-112 figs. 7, 8 pl. vii [2] El-aAmarna. Private Palace or Kings House (P.42.1). iv.199A Dado with lotus and papyrus. %Dodson, A. in JEA 81 (1995), 115-25 pl. viii [1] figs. 1-3 Deir el-Bahri. Great Temple. Finds. . ii2.377A Fragment of top part of stela with remains of winged sun disc, cartouches of Sethos II (probably changed from Amenmesse) and speech of Amun-Re of the Southern City, temp. Amenmesse to Sethos II, formerly in Rustafjaell colln., No. 61, then in the Egyptian Collection at Chiddingston Castle (D. E. Bower Bequest), Inv. 42. Dodson, A. in JEA 81 (1995), 120-2 fig. 5 pl. ix Deir el-Medna. J. Sanctuary of Ptah. Chapel E. i2.708A Rear wall. Stela. Dodson, A. in JEA 81 (1995), 122-3 fig. 6 (from Bruyre) Deir el-Medna. J. Sanctuary of Ptah. Chapel G. i2.708A West wall. A king etc. Dodson, A. in JEA 81 (1995), 122-3 pl. viii [2] Deir el-Medna. J. Sanctuary of Ptah. i2.707A View of Chapels D-G. Dodson, A. in JEA 81 (1995), 123-5 pl. x 8 Block, Amenmesse receives heb-sed from Amun, Dyn. XIX, Liverpool Museum, M 13827 (now lost). Dodson, A. in JEA 81 (1995), 125-8 fig. 7 (as M 13510) Luxor Temple. Finds. ii2.337A Statue-base of Amenmesse usurped by Sethos II, Liverpool Museum, M 13610 (now lost). Jansen-Winkeln, K. in JEA 81 (1995), 129-32 figs. 1, 2 pls. xi, xii 802-006-100 Lower part arragonite statue of Bes, dedicated by Sheshonk, in Durham, Oriental Museum, N.313. Jansen-Winkeln, K. in JEA 81 (1995), 137-8 fig. 4 pl. xiii [1] Qift. Miscellaneous. . v.133A
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314 Red granite offering-table of King Harsiesi, Dyn. XXII, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 37516. Jansen-Winkeln, K. in JEA 81 (1995), 134 [H] fig. 3 (cartouches) Karnak. Cachette. ii2.143A Block-statue temp. King Harsiesi in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 42254 (JE 37374). Jansen-Winkeln, K. in JEA 81 (1995), 147-8 fig. 5 pl. xiii [2] Karnak. Cachette. ii2.138A Statue of Tuthmosis III (9) usurped by Psusennes(?) and Sesonchis I (as Sesonchis II), in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 42192. Kaper, O. in JEA 81 (1995), 175-95 figs. 1, 2 pls. xiv, xv El-Dkhla Oasis. Temple of Deir el-Hagar. Sanctuary. . vii.298A Astronomical ceiling. see Vassilika, E. in JEA 81 (1995), 201 [2] 8 White steatite circular bead of Amenemhet II, in London, British Museum, EA 74184. Vassilika, E. in JEA 81 (1995), 202 [23] pl. xvi [1] 801-710-500 Copper figure of a smith (headless) squatting on the ground, Dyn. XXI-XXV or later, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.2.1993. Wilkinson, T. in JEA 81 (1995), 209-10 fig. 1 on 206 (from Winkler) Naga Hammadi. West of Armant. . vii.275A Sites 34, 40. Graffito of another king. Amer, A. A. M. A. in JEA 81 (1995), 210-12 pl. xvi [3, 4] 803-030-098 Round-topped stela, bottom left corner damaged, six lines and remains of three short columns of offering text mentioning all the gods in Abydos , with Pepi, Herdsman of goats, seated below, Dyn. XIII-XVII, in Liverpool, Garstang Museum, E.73. (Probably from Upper Egypt.) Magee, D. in JEA 81 (1995), 212-16 pls. xvii, xviii [1, 3, 4] 801-422-300 Striding statue, wooden, 1st half Dyn. XII, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1955.461. Orel, S. in JEA 81 (1995), 217-18 pl. xix [1] Beni Hasan. Various.
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315 iv.162A Stela of Khnemhotep (from tomb 16), first half Dyn. XII. Orel, S. in JEA 81 (1995), 218-19 pl. xix [2] Beni Hasan. Various. iv.162A Stela of Usernakht and wife, Meres, probably Dyn. XII (from tomb 283). Russmann, E. in JEA 81 (1995), 227-9 pl. xxi (caption as Amun) Karnak. P. Temple of Re-Harakhti. ii2.220-1(19)-(20) Exterior. North Wall. King offering incense to Atum in 5. Teeter, E. in JEA 81 (1995), 232-6 pl. xxii Mednet Habu. Finds from Temple Area. i2.775A Seated statue with papyrus roll, headless, of probably deified Amenhotp son of Hapu, Ptolemaic, in Chicago, Oriental Institute Museum, 14321. see Johnson, W. R. in Giddy, L. et al. in JEA 82 (1996), 2-3 Mt Rahna. Ptah Enclosure. K. Temple of Ramesses II. Other blocks. iii2.845A Re-used blocks of Amenophis III, probably from his temple Nebmaetre-United-with-Ptah. see Johnson, W. R. in JEA 82 (1996), 3 Saqqra. North of the Step Pyramid. Tomb S 3507A. . iii2.447A Mastaba of probably Dyn. I with palace-faade panelling on three sides. see Martin, G. in JEA 82 (1996), 4 Saqqra. Tomb Pay. Finds. . iii2.655A Fragments of sarcophaglus of son Raia. see Martin, G. in JEA 82 (1996), 5 Saqqra. Between the Monastery, etc. Ramesside tomb (96/1). Finds. . iii2.661A Lid of ushabti-box of Penaa, Ramesside. see Martin, G. in JEA 82 (1996), 7 Saqqra. Tomb Pay. Finds. . iii2.655A Lower half of door-jamb of son Raia.

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316 see Martin, G. in JEA 82 (1996), 7 Saqqra. Tomb Pay. Finds. . iii2.655A Relief fragment with head of Haremhab. Johnson, W. R. in JEA 82 (1996), 65, 70 pl. iv 800-627-500 Statue of Amenophis III (headless) as old man, serpentine, in New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 30.8.74. Johnson, W. R. in JEA 82 (1996), 70-1 pl. v Mednet Habu. Finds from Temple Area. i2.774A Diorite head. Amenophis III wearing blue crown, in Chicago, Oriental Institute Museum,16687. Johnson, W. R. in JEA 82 (1996), 74-8 pl. vi El-aAmarna. Town. Various. iv.207A Statue group of King, Queen, and princess (headless), in London, Petrie Museum, 004. Johnson, W. R. in JEA 82 (1996), 76 pl. vii [3] Thebes. Temple of Amenophis III. Colossi. ii2.450A Upper part of statuette of Teye on south colossus. Johnson, W. R. in JEA 82 (1996), 76, 78 pl. vii [1, 2] 800-630-500 Double-statue of Amenophis IV and Nefertiti, in Louvre, E. 15593. Johnson, W. R. in JEA 82 (1996), 78 pl. viii [1-4] 800-730-415 Small royal head wearing blue crown probably Amenophis III, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 11.1506. Johnson, W. R. in JEA 82 (1996), 78 pl. viii [5] El-aAmarna. Great Palace. Buildings near Palace. iv.198A Head of Queen, from unfinished group, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1936.658. Leahy, A. in JEA 82 (1996), 145-65 fig. pl. xii Karnak. Cachette. ii2.166A Adoption stela of Ankhnesneferebre, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 39607.

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317 Jenkins, M. in JEA 82 (1996), 199-202 fig. pl. xx [3] Elephantine. Miscellaneous. v.229A Stela of Neferhotep and wife Sit-hathor, Dyn. XIII, found in a private house in Siou village.. Phillips, J. in JEA 82 (1996), 206-7 pl. xxiii (from Naville) Deir el-Bahri. Great Temple. Middle Colonnade. South Half. . ii2.345A Two fragments showing houses in Punt. Iversen, E. in JEA 82 (1996), 213-14 (comments on text) Qift. Miscellaneous. . v.130A Stela of Unnufer, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 71902. %see Johnson, W. in Jeffreys, D. et al. in JEA 83 (1997), 4-6 Mt Rahna. K. Temple of Ramesses II. Finds. Other blocks. iii2.845A Re-used blocks of Amenophis III, probably from his temple, Nebmaetre-United-with-Ptah. %see Kemp, B. and Nicholson, P. in JEA 83 (1997), 9 El-aAmarna. Great Official Palace. Buildings near Palace (O42.1). iv.198A Decorated fragments, one mentioning the House of Rejoicing. %Mathieson, I. et al. in JEA 83 (1997), 31 pl. vi [2] (in situ) Saqqra. E. Great Enclosure. iii2.417A Stela of Djeherbes. . %Parkinson, R. in JEA 83 (1997), 55-68 pls. x, xi. 8 Writing-board of Khakheperrasoneb, Dyn. XII, in London, British Museum, EA 5645. %McGovern, P. in JEA 83 (1997), 97-102 [1-7, 11-12, 15-20, 22-34] Mednet Habu. B. Palace-city of Amenophis III. i2.778A Jars with hieratic labels. %McGovern, P. in JEA 83 (1997), 70, 98 [8, 14] pl. xiii. Mednet Habu. B. Palace-city of Amenophis III. i2.778A Jars with hieratic labels, four in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 17.10.2, naming Ahmosi, Royal scribe, and Iuamun, Controller of fat, 17.10.9-10, and number not known.
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318 %McGovern, P. in JEA 83 (1997), 98 [9, 10] Mednet Habu. B. Palace-city of Amenophis III. i2.778A Jars with hieratic labels naming Amenemone, Chief vintner. %McGovern, P. in JEA 83 (1997), 99 [21] Mednet Habu. B. Palace-city of Amenophis III. i2.778A Jar with hieratic label naming Ptahmai, Chief vintner. . %McGovern, P. in JEA 83 (1997), 100 [35] Mednet Habu. B. Palace-city of Amenophis III. i2.778A Jar with hieratic label naming Huy and Bekamun, Beekeepers. %Jansen-Winkeln, K. in JEA 83 (1997), 169-78 figs. 1, 4 pls. xx [1], xxi [1], xxii [2] Mt Rahna. Palace of Apries. iii2.831A Door-jamb of Tjaiesimu, Royal Scribe, Royal Herald, recto, text , mentioning Ahmosi-sineit, temp. . Amasis to Dyn. XXVII, verso, deceased suckled by goddess Semset, temp. Nektanebos I, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.5.1909. %Jansen-Winkeln, K. in JEA 83 (1997), 169-78 figs. 2, 3 pls. xx [2], xxi [2], xxii [1] Mt Rahna. Miscellaneous. Blocks. iii2.874A Door-jamb of Tjaiesimu, recto Tjaiesimu and text, verso, Thaiesimu embraced by goddess Semset, temp. Nektanebos I, in Brooklyn Museum, 56.152. %Thomson, J. K. in JEA 83 (1997), 218-22 pl. xxiv [1] fig. 1 803-055-380 Top part of round-topped votive stela, Hori, Shield bearer, and Si, Great warrior, kneeling in adoration, Dyn. XIX-XX, in Glasgow, Art Gallery and Museum, 28au-13. %Parkinson, R. in JEA 83 (1997), 222-3 pl. xxv Joiner and scribe in III, block in London, British Museum, EA 445 Thebes. TT 36, Ibi. i2.65(8)A Deceased inspects five registers of industries. %see Wilson, P. in JEA 84 (1998), 4 S El-Hagar (Sas). Miscellaneous. . . iv.47A Colossal royal head, red granite, Late Period.

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319 %Wilson, P. in JEA 84 (1998), 4 pl. i [4] S El-Hagar (Sas). Miscellaneous. . . iv.47A Block with mention of Osiris Hemag, Late Period. . %see Wilson, P. in JEA 84 (1998), 4 S El-Hagar (Sas). Miscellaneous. . . iv.47A Sarcophagus of Wehebre, Dyn. XXVI, part of, found at Tell Kawdi, in Antiquities Office. . %Kemp, B. in JEA 84 (1998), 12 fig. 1 El-aAmarna. Great Official Palace. Buildings near Palace. iv.198A Plan. %Kemp, B. in JEA 84 (1998), 13 pl. iii El-aAmarna. North Palace. Great Outer Courtyard. Doorway into inner courtyard. iv.193A Description with view. %Kirby, C. et al. in JEA 84 (1998), 23, 25 fig. 1 (partly from Griffith) pl. VI [1] (Griffith MSS 12. 4-5) Km el-Hisn. . . iv.51A Brief description with plan. %see Kirby, C. et al. in JEA 84 (1998), 26-7 fig. 1 (partly from Griffith) Km el-Hisn. Temple of Sekhmet-Hathor. . . iv.51A Brief description and plan. %Kirby, C. et al. in JEA 84 (1998), 41 pl. v [2] Km el-Abqaein. iv.50A Fragment of left door-jamb of Ramesses II. %Kirby, C. et al. in JEA 84 (1998), 43 pl. v [3] (Griffith MSS. 4, 14) Gebraris. iv.50A Inscribed column re-used in mosque. %Delvaux, L. and Warmenbol, E. in JEA 84 (1998), 57 fig. 1 (from Mariette) Saqqra. West of the Step Pyramid. E.8. Seshemnufer Heba. iii2. 595A False-door, top missing (probably not in Cairo, Egyptian Museum).
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%Delvaux, L. and Warmenbol, E. in JEA 84 (1998), 57, 59, 62-3, pl. ix [3] (g) Five female estates and part of sixth, and legs of male estates above, formerly in M. Jasinski colln., then at Sothebys in 1994. Saqqra. West of the Step Pyramid. E.8. Seshemnfer Heba. . iii2.595A Blocks with estates, with various dealers some time ago. %Delvaux, L. and Warmenbol, E. in JEA 84 (1998), 63-9 figs. 2-3 Reconstruction of estates on north and south walls Saqqra. West of the Step Pyramid. E.8. Seshemnufer Heba. . iii2. 595A Blocks with estates, with various dealers some time ago. %Delvaux, L. and Warmenbol, E. in JEA 84 (1998), 64-5 fig. 4 (from Brunner-Traut) Gza. West Field. G 5170, Seshemnufer [III]. iii2.154(6)A Four registers of estates. %Dodson, A. in JEA 84 (1998), 94-5, 98 pl. xiv [3] (as early Dyn. XVIII) Valleys South of Deir el-Bahri. Royal Cache. . i2.662A Mummy-mask of Sit-djehut, mid.-Dyn. XVIII in London, British Museum, EA 29770. %Dodson, A. in JEA 84 (1998), 95 pl. xiv [4] (from Lacau) (as end of Dyn. XIII) Mummy-mask Deir el-Bahri. Burial, exact position unknown. . i2.657A Nubhererdi, wooden coffin and mummy-mask in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 28030, CG 28109. . %Dodson, A. in JEA 84 (1998), 96-7 pl. xv [2] rshi mask aAssf. Tombs, etc. in New York, MMA Concession. i2.618A Pit 3. Burial in Room E. Coffin and rshi mask. Mask in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 45629. %Perdu, O. in JEA 84 (1998), 123-49 pls. xvi-xviii 801-745-384 Headless statue of Pairkap (3rd sign only approximate), Gods father on daily duty, Master of the secrets of the gods field, son of Ankhefenkhons (2nd sign written vertically) and woman Khasuenesi, kneeling with hands flat on thighs, probably basalt, probably Dyn. XXIX, at Sothebys in 1958, then at Christies in 1961 and in Paris, Drouot-Richelieu, in 1995, now in Rennes, Muse des Beaux-Arts et dArchologie, 98.5.1. (Probably from Tell Basta.) .

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321 %Morenz, L. in JEA 84 (1998), 195-6 (discussion of a title) pl. xx Lintel and upper part of false door Gza. G 2191, Khnemu. iii2. 81A Lintel and false door. %Morenz, L. in JEA 84 (1998), 196-201 fig. (from Clre and Vandier) Part of text of stela Draa Ab el-Nagaa i2.598A Stela and block of Heny, temp. Antef (Wahankh), in Moscow, State Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, I.1.a. 1137a. %Gratien, B. in JEA 84 (1998), 203-4 fig. 3 pl. xxi Mirgissa. Fort. Finds. vii.142A Sealings with name of Askut fort. %Eaton-Krauss, M. in JEA 84 (1998), 205-7 fig. 1 (from Davies) Left half Thebes. TT 15, Tetiky. i2.27(5)A (5) Deceased and wife, with dog under chair, grand-daughters (?) before them, and banquet with guests and female relatives. %Eaton-Krauss, M. in JEA 84 (1998), 207-9 pl. xxii [2] Upper part Karnak. Position Unknown. Chapel of Hatshepsut. ii2.278A Block statue of Senenmut, quartzite, temp. Hatshepsut, in London, British Museum, EA 1513. %Eaton-Krauss, M. in JEA 84 (1998), 207-9 pl. xxii [1] Upper part Karnak. Position Unknown. Chapel of Hatshepsut. ii2.278A Statue of Senenmut, black granite, temp. Hatshepsut, in London, British Museum, EA 174. %see Eaton-Krauss, M. in JEA 84 (1998), 209-10 (as between Amun and Amunet) Karnak. Festival Temple. Room XXXVIII. ii2.123(30) Remains of statue group, Tuthmosis III between [Amun and Mut]. %Thomson, J. in JEA 84 (1998), 215-20 pls. xxii [3], xxiii Deir el-Bahri. Mentuhotep Temple. Finds from the temple. .
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322 ii2.394A Fragment of statue of a First Acolyte of Amun, seated on ground, in Glasgow, Art Gallery and Museum, 07-79y. %see Wilson, P. in JEA 85 (1999), 4 S el-Hagar (Sas). Miscellaneous. . . iv.47A Inscribed blocks, some from here. %Wilson, P. in JEA 85 (1999), 4 pl. i [3] S el-Hagar (Sas). . . iv.46A Remains of monumental structure, perhaps temple. %see Gallorini, C. et al. in JEA 85 (1999), 5 Mt Rahna. Ptah Enclosure. Subsidiary Buildings. K. Temple of Ramesses II. iii2.843A Re-used blocks of Amenophis III, probably from a bark shrine of Ptah-Sokari as part of the Ptah temple complex. Inscribed and decorated blocks, including, offering lists and scenes, priests carrying bark of Ptah-Sokari, frieze blocks and fragments with cartouches of King. %Kirby, C. in JEA 85 (1999), 6 fig. 1 Gebel el-Sheikh el-Hardi. Abu el-Nasr necropolis. . v.16A General plan. %see Kirby, C. in JEA 85 (1999), 6, 8, on fig. 1 Gebel el-Sheikh el-Hardi. Abu el-Nasr necropolis. Tomb 2. . v.16A Description, remains of scenes, including clap-net scene, with plan. %see Kirby, C. in JEA 85 (1999), 8-9, on fig. 1 Gebel el-Sheikh el-Hardi. Abu el-Nasr necropolis. Tomb 3. . v.16A Description, remains of scenes, with plan. %see Kirby, C. in JEA 85 (1999), 8-9, 10 on fig. 1 Gebel el-Sheikh el-Hardi. Abu el-Nasr necropolis. Rock-tombs. . v.16A Survey, 1998-1999. Description of tombs on the upper terrace (3, 4, 8-27), tombs on the lower terrace (2, 28-40), and tombs on the lower slope (5, 41-93). %see Kirby, C. in JEA 85 (1999), 9-10 (suggests second burial in Middle Kingdom)
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323 Gebel el-Sheikh el-Hardi. Abu el-Nasr necropolis. Tomb 1. Finds. . v.16A Fragments from wooden models. %see Kirby, C. in JEA 85 (1999), 13 Gebel el-Sheikh el-Hardi. Ezbet Zohary necropolis. . v.16A Survey, 1998-1999. Description. %Kirby, C. in JEA 85 (1999), 13 fig. 2 Gebel el-Sheikh el-Hardi. Ezbet Zohary necropolis. Tomb 207. ...inu(?). Probably 1st Int. Period. . v.16A South wall of corridor. Standing figure of deceased. %Kemp, B. in JEA 85 (1999), 14-16 fig. 1 El-aAmrna. Great Official Palace. Buildings south of Palace. iv.198A 1998-9 excavations. Description with plan. %see Kemp, B. in JEA 85 (1999), 14 El-aAmrna. Great Official Palace. Buildings south of Palace. iv.198A Seal impression on brick with name of building, Beauty of the Lord of the Two Lands. %Kemp, B. in JEA 85 (1999), 16 pl. ii [1] El-aAmrna. Buildings south of Palace. iv.198A Blue faience fragment of face of probably royal statue. %see Kemp, B. in JEA 85 (1999), 17-18 El-aAmrna. North Palace. iv.198A 1998-9 excavations. Description. %see Kemp, B. in JEA 85 (1999), 17 pl. ii [3] El-aAmrna. North Palace. Green Room. iv.195A Reconstruction and view. %Spencer, N. in JEA 85 (1999), 56, 58 [1, 2] figs. 1, 2 pl. vii [1, 2] Samannd. Temple of Onuris-Shu. Blocks. iv.43A Two granite blocks of Nektanebos II, one with Nile-god, one found in Mehalla el-Kubra, Gawash mosque, and the other in Samannd, Sharia Dahab.
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324 %Spencer, N. in JEA 85 (1999), 58-9 [3-5] fig. 3 pl. viii [1] (4, 5 = Edgar in ASAE xi, 91 [1, 2]) Samannd. Temple of Onuris-Shu. Blocks. iv.43A Three red granite fragments of cornice of Philip Arrhidaeus. %Spencer, N. in JEA 85 (1999), 59 [6] fig. 4 pl. viii [2] (= Edgar in ASAE xi, 91-2 [3, fig. [left]]) Left piece Samannd. Temple of Onuris-Shu. Blocks. iv.43A Red granite block in two pieces, Alexander II offers sphinx to Onuris-Shu etc.. %Spencer, N. in JEA 85 (1999), 61-73 [7-29] figs. 5-27 pls. ix-xiii (Nos. 8, 13, 15, 19, 20 = Edgar in ASAE xi, 92-4 [5, 8, 6b, 7, 10]) Samannd. Temple of Onuris-Shu. Blocks. iv.43A Inscribed and decorated blocks without royal names, some found in Mehalla el-Kubra, and other localities. %Spencer, N. in JEA 85 (1999), 73-4 [30] fig. 28 8 Block, three kneeling women, probably mert-singers, probably from Busiris, Dyn. XXV. (In Samannd, SCA building). %Spencer, N. in JEA 85 (1999), 74 pl. xiv [2-4] Samannd. Temple of Onuris-Shu. Blocks. iv.43A Fragments from red granite columns, capitals and drums. %Eaton-Krauss, M. in JEA 85 (1999), 113-16, 121-2 pl. xviii Karnak. Objects. ii2.283-4A Double-statue, Sennufer and wife Sentnay seated, with daughter Mutnefert standing between them, and daughters in relief on sides, granite, temp. Amenophis II-Tuthmosis IV, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 42126. %Eaton-Krauss, M. in JEA 85 (1999), 114 pl. xix [1, 2] Objects from Thebes. i2.789A Statue of Sennufer and wife Sentnay, both twice represented, (headless), with daughter in relief on seat, black granite, temp. Amenophis II, in London, British Museum, EA 113. %Eaton-Krauss, M. in JEA 85 (1999), 126, pl. xix [3] (from Carter MSS I.A.240) Valley of the Kings. KV 42, Tuthmosis II (?). Finds. i2.559A One foundation deposit of Merytre Hatshepsut, wife of Tuthmosis III, found in situ near entrance.
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325 %see Eaton-Krauss, M. in JEA 85 (1999), 122-7 Valley of the Kings. KV 42, Tuthmosis II (?). i2.559A Discussion of the tomb and its ownership. %see Eaton-Krauss, M. in JEA 85 (1999), 127-9 Karnak. Position Unknown. Chapel of Hatshepsut. ii2.279A By north wall, two stelae, in London, British Museum, EA 1515 and EA 1516. Discussion of both and possible provenance. %Dodson, A. in JEA 85 (1999), 133 fig. 1 Valley of the Kings. KV 15, Sethos II. i2.532A Plan showing scheme of decoration. %Dodson, A. in JEA 85 (1999), 133-4, 137 pls. xx [1, 2, 3] Scenes 1 and 2 and beginning of 3 Valley of the Kings. KV 15, Sethos II. i2.532(2)A (2)Three scenes. %Dodson, A. in JEA 85 (1999), 134-5 pls. xx [4], xxi [1] Scenes 1 and 2 Valley of the Kings. KV 15, Sethos II. i2.532(3)A (3) Three scenes %Dodson, A. in JEA 85 (1999), 135 pl. xxi [2] Left inner jamb, cartouches of King. Valley of the Kings. KV 15, Sethos II. i2.533(7)A Outer lintel, jambs, and thicknesses. %Dodson, A. in JEA 85 (1999), 135 pl. xxi [3](illustration = pl. xxi [4]) Left inner thickness, King Valley of the Kings. KV 15, Sethos II. i2.533(7)A (7)Outer lintel, jambs, and thicknesses. %Dodson, A. in JEA 85 (1999), 137 pl. xxi [4](illustration = pl. xxi [3]) Right inner thickness, Maat kneeling Valley of the Kings. KV 15, Sethos II. i2.532(1)A
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326 Outer lintel, jambs and thicknesses. %Thomas, S. in JEA 85 (1999), 232-5 fig. 1 pl. xxviii 802-059-175 Statuette of seated Isis the hidden one nursing child Horus, dedicated by Sihathor good name Psametek, son of Haremsaf and woman Sekhmetnefert, with cartouches of Psammetikhos II and Apries on sides of throne, siltstone, probably temp. Apries, formerly in Sir H. Wellcome colln., now in London, Petrie Museum, 42553. %see Wilson, P. in JEA 86 (2000), 4 S el-Hagar (Sas). Miscellaneous. . . iv.48A Block with upper part of double crown, said to come from village of Damat. %see Jeffreys, D. et al. in JEA 86 (2000), 11-12 Mt Rahna. Ptah Enclosure. Subsidiary Buildings. K. Temple of Ramesses II. iii2.843A Re-used blocks of Amenophis III, including name-frieze blocks with cartouches of Nebmaatre protected by solar falcons on nbw (gold) signs. %Kemp, B. in JEA 86 (2000), 14, 16 figs. 1, 2 (from Lepsius) Tell el-aAmrna. Great Official Palace. Buildings south of Palace. iv.198A Excavations, 1999-2000. Description with plans. %see Kemp, B. in JEA 86 (2000), 14 Tell el-aAmrna. Great Official Palace. Buildings south of Palace. iv.198A Seal impressions on bricks, some with variants of name of building. %Kemp, B. in JEA 86 (2000), 17 pl. ii [2] (ill. of one) Tell el-aAmrna. Small Aten Temple. iv.197A Four sandstone blocks with remains of texts and, on one, a scene, with patterns of erasures. %Rose, P. in JEA 86 (2000), 19-21 pl. iii [1] Qasr Ibrm. . vii.92A Excavation report, 1999-2000, with view. %Fiore-Marochetti, E. in JEA 86 (2000), 44 pl. vi [1] Hawra. Crocodile Cemetery. iv.102A Block, butchery scene, and remainder of scene, man with instruments(?) [=Petrie, Kahun pl. xi [7]], in
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327 Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1889.1018. %Fiore-Marochetti, E. in JEA 86 (2000), 44 pl. vi [1] Hawra. Crocodile Cemetery. iv.102A Block, man leading bull [=Petrie, Kahun pl. xi [6]], in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1889.1019. %Fiore-Marochetti, E. in JEA 86 (2000), 44 pl. vii [1] Hawra. Crocodile Cemetery. iv.102A Block from tomb of Ameny-senb-nebuu, deceased seated at table [=Petrie, Kahun pl. xi [2]], in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1889.1021. %Fiore-Marochetti, E. in JEA 86 (2000), 45 pl. vii [2] Hawra. Cemeteries North of Pyramid. Various. iv.102A Block, bark with figures, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1889.1020. %Fiore-Marochetti, E. in JEA 86 (2000), 45-6 pl. viii [1] Hawra. Crocodile Cemetery. iv.102A Blocks from tomb of Ameny-senb-nebuu, block with text, part of appeal to the living [=Petrie, Kahun pl. xi [4]], in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1889.1022. %Fiore-Marochetti, E. in JEA 86 (2000), 46-7 pl. viii [2, 3] Hawra. Crocodile Cemetery. iv.102A Blocks from tomb of Ameny-senb-nebuu, block with upper part of deceased and inscription including part of CT Spell 788 [=Petrie, Kahun pl. xi [3]], in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1889.1034. %Gozzoli, R. B. in JEA 86 (2000), 67-72 fig. 1 pls. ix, x 801-763-282 Upper part of probably kneeling statue of a Hereditary prince, etc. (right shoulder and arm lost), with remains of three columns of text mentioning Osiris foremost of Hwt-bjt (Sais) on back pillar, and pectoral . with figures of Neith and Psammetikhos II on chest and cartouche on shoulder, basalt, temp. Psammetikhos II, in London, British Museum, EA 37891. (Probably from S el-Hagar.) . . %Gozzoli, R. B. in JEA 86 (2000), 75-6 [6] figs. 1, 2 pl. xi (as black basalt) 801-735-380 Statue of man holding Osiris, fragment of middle part, dedicated by sons Ankh-psametek and Weh ebre, . etc., black granite, probably temp. Necho II, in Stockholm, Medelhavsmuseet, NME 78.

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328 %Riggs, C. in JEA 86 (2000), 125, 128-9, 131, 138-9, 144 [26] pl. xix [1] Deir el-Bahri. Priests Tombs. Dyn. XXI and XXIII. Various. . i2.630A Roman burial. Cartonnage, in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 52.128. %Galn, J. in JEA 86 (2000), 145-7 fig. 1 (suggests same man as Ankhu PM iii2.100-101) 8 Drum of false door of Ankhu, Crew commander of kz-ships, Director of the per-nu sanctuary, Dyn. IV, probably from Gza, in Cordoba, The Royal Academy 1981.1.299. %Galn, J. in JEA 86 (2000), 148-50 fig. 2 (from Crum in Gardiner Notebook 66) Saqqra. West of the Step Pyramid. Pernezu. . iii2.611-12A False door. Upper part, formerly in Lee and Amhurst Collections. %Rzepka, S. in JEA 86 (2000), 150-5 fig. 3 (reconstruction) pl. xix [2] Reconstruction Absr. D. Pyramid attributed to Raneferef. Finds. . iii2.340A Fragmentary seated royal statue with hawk, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 98171. %Rzepka, S. in JEA 86 (2000), 153 fig. 2 Gza. Central Field. Kadua. Serdab. iii2.245A Statue of deceased standing, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 72218. %Taylor, J. in JEA 86 (2000), 155, 158 fig. 1 pls. xx [left]. xxi [left (from drawing by Edward Standley Poole)] Thebes. Draa Ab el-Nagaa. Dynasty XVII Cemetery. Antef (Sekhemre-Wepmaet). i2.603A Coffin E, dedicated by brother Antef, in Paris, Muse du Louvre, E.3019. %Taylor, J. in JEA 86 (2000), 155, 158 fig. 2 [left and bottom right] pls. xx [right]. xxi [right (from drawing by Edward Stanley Poole)] Thebes. DraaAb el-Nagaa.Dynasty XVII Cemetery. Antef (Sekhemre-Heruhirmaet)). i2.603A Coffin F, found in cache with coffin F, in Paris, Muse du Louvre, E.3020. %Taylor, J. in JEA 86 (2000), 158 fig. 2 [upper right (from drawing by Edward Stanley Poole)] Text Thebes. Draa Ab el-Nagaa. Dynasty XVII Cemetery. Antef (Sekhemre-Wepmaet). i2.603A Inscribed mummy cloth from here or burial below (Antef (Sekhemre-Heruhirmaet)).

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329 %Shortland, A. in JEA 86 (2000), 160-1 pl. xxii [1] Two vases in IV. Thebes. TT 100, Rekhmire. i2.207(4)A (4) [Deceased] with attendants inspects five registers. %Shortland, A. in JEA 86 (2000), 161 pl. xxii [2] One vase in I. Thebes. TT 69, Menna. i2.139(13)A (13)Two registers. I, II, relatives offer to deceased and wife. %see Hamernik, G. in JEA 86 (2000), 168, 171 Saqqra. North of the Step Pyramid. Tomb with Sarcophagi of Dyn. XXX. . iii2.504A Tjaiharpata, year 15 Naktanabos II, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 29306. Discussion of provenance. %Hamernik, G. in JEA 86 (2000), 168, 171 fig. 2 pls. xxvi, xxvii Saqqra. North of the Step Pyramid. Finds. Sarcophagi. . iii2.507A Esshu-tefnut, early Ptolemaic, in Vienna Museum, Inv. I. %see Wilson, P. in JEA 87 (2001), 4 S el-Hagar (Sas). Kom Rebwa. . . iv.47A Fragment of a statuette. %see Wilson, P. in JEA 87 (2001), 4 S el-Hagar (Sas). Kom Rebwa. . . iv.47A Fragment of a granite offering table. %see Wilson, P. in JEA 87 (2001), 6-7 [top] S el-Hagar (Sas). Kom Rebwa. . . iv.47A Results of survey 2000 and 2001 - presence of large Ramesside to Saite buildings. %see Spencer, J. in JEA 87 (2001), 10-11 Tell Belim (probably Heracleopolis Parva). Temple enclosure. iv.7A Survey 2000-01 - EES. %see Spencer, J. in JEA 87 (2001), 10 Tell Belim (probably Heracleopolis Parva). Temple enclosure.
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330 iv.7A Block with hieroglyphic inscription. %see Johnson, W. in Jeffreys, D. et al. in JEA 87 (2001), 15 Mt Rahna. K. Temple of Ramesses II. Other blocks. iii2. 845A Re-used blocks of Amenophis III. Block in three fragments, one with relief of bark of Ptah-Sokari. %see Johnson, W. in Jeffreys, D. et al. in JEA 87 (2001), 15 Mt Rahna. K. Temple of Ramesses II. Other blocks. iii2. 845A Re-used blocks of Amenophis III. Block with name frieze of Amenophis III, with falcons, vultures, and cartouches of King. %see Kemp, B. in JEA 87 (2001), 17 El-aAmrna. Quarries. Limestone quarry near Sheikh Said. New Kingdom. iv.237A Ceiling, pattern of red painted lines with annotations, probably connected with management of quarry. %see Kemp, B. in JEA 87 (2001), 17 El-aAmrna. Quarries. Limestone quarry H. Dyn. XVIII. iv.237A Ceiling. Red painted patterns. %see Kemp, B. in JEA 87 (2001), 18, 20 figs. 1. 2 pl. i [1, 2] El-aAmrna. iv.192A EES survey 2000-01 with maps and aerial views of cemetery areas. %see Rose, P. in JEA 87 (2001), 22 Qasr Ibrm. Finds. . vii.94A Fragments of inscribed painted cloth with shrine and rows of baboons. %Spencer, N. A. in JEA 87 (2001), 23, 25, 28 fig. 1 [1] pl. ii [1, 2] Samannd. iv.43A Discussion of site of temple with map showing position, and views, temple blocks in their present location and remains of temple. %Leahy, A. and Mathieson, I. in JEA 87 (2001), 33-40 figs. 1, 2 Saqqra. Tombs Position Unknown. Niankhnesut. iii2.694A Description with map showing position of tomb, and plan.
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331 %Leahy, A. and Mathieson, I. in JEA 87 (2001), 34-5, 40-1 fig. 3 Saqqra. Tombs Position Unknown. Niankhnesut. . iii2.694(1)A (1) Entrance. Lintel, with no trace of inscription, and jambs, name and titles of deceased with standing figure of deceased below accompanied by ka priests, Iu and Khesi on the left jamb, and Khesi on the right. %see Leahy, A. and Mathieson, I. in JEA 87 (2001), 35-7 Saqqra. Tombs Position Unknown. Niankhnesut. . iii2.694(2)A (2)Room B. Replaced blocks, 1, man carrying calf across river followed by other animals, 2, offering bearers and mention of Isesiankh, 3, titles of deceased. %see Leahy, A. and Mathieson, I. in JEA 87 (2001), 37-8 Saqqra. Tombs Position Unknown. Niankhnesut. . iii2.694(3)A (3)Room C. Replaced blocks, 1, man leading long-horned desert animals, 2, a man holding wild animals on leashes including probably a lion and two monkeys. %Leahy, A. and Mathieson, I. in JEA 87 (2001), 38-9, 41 fig. 4 pl. iv [2] (south pillar, west side) Saqqra. Tombs Position Unknown. Niankhnesut. . iii2.694(4)A (4) Room D. Pillars. Titles and name of deceased. %Leahy, A. and Mathieson, I. in JEA 87 (2001), 39 pl. v [1] Saqqra. Tombs Position Unknown. Niankhnesut. . iii2.694(5)A (5)Corridor E. Remains of scene, procession of female offering bearers. %Leahy, A. and Mathieson, I. in JEA 87 (2001), 39 pls. iv [3, 4], v [2] Saqqra. Tombs Position Unknown. Niankhnesut. . iii2.694(6)A (6) Corridor E. Replaced blocks, 1, birds in papyrus thicket, 2, end of boat with leg of man, in papyrus thicket, 3, part of bird netting scene, 4, another block with birds, 5, offerings. %see Leahy, A. and Mathieson, I. in JEA 87 (2001), 39 Saqqra. Tombs Position Unknown. Niankhnesut. . iii2.694(7)A (7)Doorway. East jamb. Painted offerings. %see Leahy, A. and Mathieson, I. in JEA 87 (2001), 39 Saqqra. Tombs Position Unknown. Niankhnesut. . iii2.694(8)A (8)Room F. Offering-table set into east wall and remains of painted scenes of offerings and offering bearers including man with birds in a basket.
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332 %Leahy, A. and Mathieson, I. in JEA 87 (2001), 39, 41-2 fig. 5 pl. iv [1] Saqqra. Tombs Position Unknown. Niankhnesut. . iii2.694(9)A (9)Room F. Inscribed false door. %Leahy, A. and Mathieson, I. in JEA 87 (2001), 39, 42 fig. 6 pl. v [3] Saqqra. Tombs Position Unknown. Niankhnesut. . iii2.694(10)A (10)Room F. Inscribed bench. %Lines, D. in JEA 87 (2001), 43-54 pl. vi fig. 1 803-027-370 Round-topped stela, two jackals at top and nine lines of offering text invoking Wepwaut(?) in Abydos, etc., on behalf of Hetepmontu, Head of the house, son of woman Tjenti, with many other names and incomplete figure of seated Hetepmontu in bottom left corner, Dyn. XIII, in Birmingham, Birmingham University, Department of Ancient History and Archaeology. %Schorsch, D. in JEA 87 (2001), 65-6 pl. ix [1] (as Osiris between ...) Valley of the Kings. KV 62, Tutankhamun. i2.583A Pectoral, King between Isis and Nephthys as vultures, 261O, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 61946. %Schorsch, D. in JEA 87 (2001), 69 pl. x [2] Valley of the Kings. KV 62, Tutankhamun. i2.583A Pectoral, King between Ptah and Sekhmet, with heh-figure and royal ka behind them, 267Q, in Cairo, . . Egyptian Museum, JE 61941. %Schorsch, D. in JEA 87 (2001), 69-70 pl. x [3] Valley of the Kings. KV 62, Tutankhamun. i2.576A Throne, 91, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 62028. %Baines, J. and Riggs, C. in JEA 87 (2001), 103-11, 113-15, 117-18 pls. xiii [1, 2], xiv [1-3] (as travertine and Dyn. XXX or early Ptolemaic) 800-940-600 Upper part of royal statue, wearing nemes, right shoulder lost, arragonite, probably early Ptolemaic, in London, British Museum, EA 941. %Baines, J. and Riggs, C. in JEA 87 (2001), 107-11, 115-16 pls. xiii [3, 4]. xiv [4](pls. from Firth and Quibell) Saqqra. Step Pyramid of Netjerikhet. Serdab Court. iii2.414A Statue of Netjerikhet seated, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 49158.
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333 %Baines, J. and Riggs, C. in JEA 87 (2001), 113 pl. xv [2-4] Saqqra. Miscellaneous. . iii2.828A Bronze base for statuette of Ptah, with name of Netjerikhet on back. %Lull, J. in JEA 87 (2001), 181-2 fig. 1(from Montet) Sn el-Hagar (Tanis). Royal Tombs. V, Sesonchis III. . . iv.26A Re-used blocks from tomb of Ankhefenamun. One with scene of enthronement of Osiris from Book of the Dead. %Lull, J. in JEA 87 (2001), 182 fig. 2 (from Montet) Sn el-Hagar (Tanis). Royal Tombs. I, Osorkon II. . . iv.26A Room 1. South wall. Scene of enthronement of Osiris from Book of the Dead. %Lull, J. in JEA 87 (2001), 184-5 fig. 4 (from Montet) Sn el-Hagar (Tanis). Royal Tombs. V, Sesonchis III. . . iv.26A Re-used blocks from tomb of Khens-hab. One with part of scene, Osiris on throne with devouring monster below, from Book of the Dead. %Kemp, B. in JEA 88 (2002), 15, 20-1 pl. iv [3] El-aAmarna. Town south of Wdi. House N. 49.18. Renufer. Finds. iv.205A Limestone pebble with hieratic text of Kener, Guardian of the abode (?) temp. Amenophis IV. %see Spencer, J. in JEA 88 (2002), 39-40 Tell Belim. Temple Enclosure. iv.7A Block with hieroglyphic inscription containing royal title and beginning of cartouche, User(?) ... re, probably Ramesses II, III or VII. %Spencer, J. in JEA 88 (2002), 42-3, 45-51 fig. 3 and on fig. 1 Tell Belim. Temple Enclosure. iv.7A EES exploration 1999-2002 with plans. %Breyer, F. A. K. in JEA 88 (2002), 53-65 figs. (from Dreyer) Abydos. Umm el-Qaab. Tomb of Scorpion. U-j. v.78A Discussion of inscribed material. %Dorman, P. F. in JEA 88 (2002), 95-7 (false door and block), 99-110 (false door and block) figs. 1
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334 (block), 3 (reconstruction) pl. xi (with lintel) Saqqra. Tomb No. 48, Ptahshepses. . iii2.464A Lintel of doorway with offering text, and false door (top missing) with biographical text, in London, British Museum, EA 682, and block from missing top with cartouches of Sahure and Userkaf in Chicago, Oriental Institute, 11048 (moved from iii2.349.) %Uytterhoeven, I. and Blom-Ber, I. in JEA 88 (2002), 116, 119 fig. 1 (showing position of statues) pl. xiv (from Lepsius) (showing position of statues) Hawra. Pyramid. Amenemhet III. iv.100A Plans of pyramid and labyrinth. %Uytterhoeven, I. and Blom-Ber, I. in JEA 88 (2002), 116-119 pl. xii Hawra. Labyrinth. Amenemhet III. iv.101A Fragment of statue group, a god wearing penis sheath, and another figure, perhaps Amenemhet III. %Uytterhoeven, I. and Blom-Ber, I. in JEA 88 (2002), 117 pl. xv [1] Hawra. Labyrinth. Amenemhet III. iv.101A Fragment, upper part of royal statue, Dyn. XII, from Petrie excavations, in Copenhagen, Ny Carlsberg Glypt. .I.N. 1415. %Uytterhoeven, I. and Blom-Ber, I. in JEA 88 (2002), 118-119 pl. xiii Hawra. Labyrinth. Amenemhet III. iv.101A Fragment of life-sized statue of a god, perhaps originally a group statue. %Uytterhoeven, I. and Blom-Ber, I. in JEA 88 (2002), 118 pl. xv [2] Hawra. Labyrinth. Amenemhet III. iv.101A Head of statue, Amenemhet III as god, in Leiden, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden, F.1934/2.89. %Broekman, G. P. F. in JEA 88 (2002), 163-78 Discussion of chronological order and identity of kings Karnak. Great Temple. Quay. ii2.21(1)A (1) Texts of heights of the Nile. %Dodson, A. in JEA 88 (2002), 182 fig. 1 (drawn from Leclant)(as JE 29254B) Karnak. Northern Group. J. Temple of Osiris Pededankh. ii2.17A Lintel, double scenes, left half, Shepenwept II, with Pedehorresnet, offering sistra to Amun, and
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335 Amenardais II offering image of Maet to Amun and Mut, right half, similar scenes, with Nitocris for Amenardais, and Khons for Mut, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 29251bis. %Dodson, A. in JEA 88 (2002), 184 pl. xv [3] Lintel and upper part of outer jambs Thebes. TT 279, Pabasa. i2.357(2)A Outer lintel, bark upheld by a god with Eastern and Western goddesses, etc., jambs and thicknesses, texts. %Kemp. B. in JEA 89 (2003), 12, 17-19 pl. 2 [2] El-aAmarna. Town. House P. 47 1-3. iv.203A Fragments of double-statue, Amenophis IV and Nefertiti, seated, two-thirds life-size, granodiorite, reconstructed, with belonging head (cast) of Nefertiti, in Berlin 21358. %Kemp. B. in JEA 89 (2003), 12 fig. 2 El-aAmarna. Town. House N. 49. 18. Renufer. iv.205A Plans. %see Kemp. B. in JEA 89 (2003), 12 El-aAmarna. Town. House N. 49. 18. Renufer. iv.205A Another pebble with hieratic text. %see Kemp. B. in JEA 89 (2003), 12-13 El-aAmarna. Town. House N. 49. 18. Renufer. iv.205A Plaster with hieratic text, perhaps from writing-board. %Kemp. B. in JEA 89 (2003), 14-16 pl. 2 [1] El-aAmarna. North Palace. iv.193A 2003 excavations. Description with aerial view. %Rose, P. in JEA 89 (2003), 21 fig. 1 Qasr Ibrm. Church. Remains of Taharqa temple. . vii.94A 2003 excavations. Brief description with plan. %Rose, P. in JEA 89 (2003), 23 pl. III [2] (as pl. III [1]) Qasr Ibrm. Church. Remains of Taharqa temple. . vii.94A Fresco with name of Taharqa and King offering to a god.
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336 %Rose, P. in JEA 89 (2003), 23 pl. III [1] (as pl. III [2]) Qasr Ibrm. Church. Remains of Taharqa temple. . vii.94A King offering to a god, probably Amun. %see Goebs, K. in JEA 89 (2003), 27-37 Qift. Temple of Amenemhet I and Sesostris I. . v.125A Decree of Antef VIII (Nubkheperre) deposing Teti, from south side of East Doorway, now in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 30770 bis. % Franke, D. in JEA 89 (2003), 48-9 [A] Offering formula Abydos. Miscellaneous. v.103A Stela of Abkau, Dyn. XII, in Turin, Museo Egizio, Cat. 1534. % Franke, D. in JEA 89 (2003), 49 [top] type of offering formula 803-032-700 Round-topped stela, nine lines of offering text and afterlife wishes on behalf of Kemnen good name Wepwautnakht, Prophet, with mother Iy and two daughters, and below, Kemnen and wife Henenti, with four sons before them, and Nakht (i.e. Kemnen Wepwautnakht) and wife at table with offerings, with a small figure of man censing before them, late Dyn. XI or early Dyn. XII, in Turin, Museo Egizio, Cat. 1513. %Franke, D. in JEA 89 (2003), 49 [B] Offering formula Abydos. Miscellaneous. v.95A Stela of Djaa, year 6 of Sesostris II, in London, British Museum, EA 573. %Franke, D. in JEA 89 (2003), 49 [bottom]-50 803-026-598 Type of offering formula Round-topped stela, date year 17 and names of Sesostris I, and eight lines of offering text invoking all the gods in Abydos, etc., and address, on behalf of Sisopdu, Overseer of the antechamber of the temple of Maet, son of woman Sithapu, and below, two men and two women with offering before seated Sisopdu and mother, and row of people at bottom, temp. Sesostris I, formerly in G. Anastasi colln., now in Paris, Muse du Louvre, C 166 [E.3108]. (Probably from Abydos.) Franke, D. in JEA 89 (2003), 50 [C] Offering formula Abydos. Miscellaneous.
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337 v.104A Stela of Nekhtioker, 1st Int. Period or Dyn XI, in Devonshire Collection at Chatsworth House. %Franke, D. in JEA 89 (2003), 50 [bottom] Type of offering formula 803-032-995 Rectangular stela, four lines of offering text on behalf of Inherthotep, Steward, and father Iy, and dedication by (Inherthoteps) son Iy, Steward, born of woman Hepu, with three registers below, I, Inherthotep before seated parents, II, son Mehu before seated Inherthotep and Hepu, III, butcher slaughtering ox before seated Iy and wife, temp. Sesostris I or Amenemhet II, in Vienna, Kunsthistorisches Museum, gyptisch-Orientalische Sammlung, S 90 (Probably from Abydos.). %Franke, D. in JEA 89 (2003), 50-1 [D] Offering formula Abydos. Stelae in Cairo Museum. v.264A Stela of Antef, temp. Sesostris I, No. CG 20542. %see Franke, D. in JEA 89 (2003), 51-2 [E] Type of offering text 803-026-228 Round-topped stela, date year 13' and cartouche of Kheperkare (Sesostris I), and twelve lines with offering text mentioning Wepwaut, Heket, Khnum and the gods in Abydos and address to the living on behalf of Dedu, Steward, his brother Renokeri and his (Dedus) wife Inet, with Dedu seated below, dog under his chair, and three registers of relatives, including wife at table with offerings, temp. Sesostris I, formerly in G. dAthanasi colln. and at Sothebys in 1837, now in Durham, Oriental Museum, N.1932. (Probably from Abydos.) %Franke, D. in JEA 89 (2003), 51-2 [E] Type of offering text 803-026-150 Round-topped stela, eight lines with date year 14' of Kheperkare (Sesostris I) and offering text on behalf of Djebaus, Steward, and wife, and below, the couple seated at table with offerings, with dog under chair and son Dedu, Real steward, offering goose to them, and at bottom, five offering bearers approaching a rectangular stela, temp. Sesostris I, formerly in G. Anastasi colln., now in Berlin, gyptisches Museum, 1192. (Probably from Abydos.) %Frood, E. in JEA 89 (2003), 59, 61-9, 73-81 fig. 1 pl. iv (as U/P) (with translation of text) Abydos. Osiris Temple. Km el-Sultn. . v.51A Stela of Nebwaui, temp. Tuthmosis III, in London, British Museum, EA 1199. %Frood, E. in JEA 89 (2003), 61-3, 69-72, 78-81 pl. v (with translation of text) Abydos. Osiris Temple. Km el-Sultn. .
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338 v.51A Stela of Nebwaui, temp. Tuthmosis III, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 34018. % Frood, E. in JEA 89 (2003), 61-3, 72-3, 78 pl. vi [1] (with translation of text) Abydos. Osiris Temple. Km el-Sultn. . v.51A Stela of Nebwaui, temp. Tuthmosis III, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 34017. %Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 117[A], 126-130 [A] pl. viii (as not ancient) 800-730-300 Colossal royal head wearing blue crown, perhaps Amenophis III, gabbro, in Birmingham, Barber Institute of Fine Arts, 44.1. %Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 117 [B], 125-6 [B], 131 [B] pl. IX [1, 2] 800-732-853 Head of royal statue wearing [blue crown], probably Ramesses II, granodiorite, in private possession in Germany in 1985. %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 123 [C], 131 [C] (as granodiorite) Karnak. Cachette. ii2.138A Statue of Tuthmosis III (q), seated, with nine name-rings on base, diorite or porphyry, usurped by Psusennes(?) and Sesonchis I, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 42192. %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 123 [D], 131 [D] 800-730-165 Head of royal statue wearing blue crown, probably Amenophis II, granodiorite, in Baltimore MD, Walters Art Museum, 22.229. (From Luxor.) %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 123 [E], 131 [E] Valley of the Kings. KV 35, Amenophis II. i2.555A Head of King wearing blue crown, wood, originally gilded, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 24635 (JE 32496).

%see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 123 [F], 132 [F](as granodiorite and probably Amenophis II) 800-731-050 Head of royal statue wearing blue crown, grey granite, mid-Dyn. XVIII, in Chicago IL, Field Museum of Natural History, A.105183. %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 123 [G], 132 [G] (as granodiorite) 800-725-640 Upper part of royal statue, wearing blue crown, probably Amenophis II, diorite, in New York NY,
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339 Metropolitan Museum of Art, 44.4.68. %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 126 [H], 132 [H] (as Amenophios II or Tuthmosis IV) 800-731-520 Head wearing blue crown, remains of text on back pillar, middle Dyn. XVIII, in Leipzig gyptisches Museum, Inv. 1640. %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 132-3 [I] 800-731-790 Head of royal statue wearing blue crown, probably Tuthmosis IV, steatite, in Munich, Staatliche Sammlung gyptischer Kunst, S 6770. %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 126 [J], 133 [J] (as granodiorite) 800-732-020 Head of royal statue wearing blue crown, probably Tuthmosis IV, grey granite, in Paris, Muse du Louvre, E.10599. %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 129 [K], 133 [K] Head of King wearing blue crown Karnak. Temple of Monthu. Hypostyle. Room VI. ii2.9A Statue-group, Amenophis III kneeling in heb-sed dress protected by Amun. Head of King wearing blue . crown, in Alexandria Museum, 406, remainder (=Karnak I, 8-9 fig. 11 pl. xv). %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 133 [L] 800-730-415 Head wearing blue crown, small, probably Amenophis III but made during aAmrna period, in Boston MA, Museum of Fine Arts, 11.1506. %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 133 [M] Objects from Thebes. i2.783A Statue of Amenophis III, ebony with gilt overlay, in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 48.28. %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 134 [N] Karnak. Cachette. Royal Statues. ii2.139A Amenophis III (d), protected by Amun, headless, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 42086. %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 126 [O], 134 [O] Karnak. Cachette. Royal Statues. ii2.140A Amenophis III (h), head, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 38597.

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340 %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 134 [P] (as Amenophis III) Karnak. Great Temple. Hypostyle. Finds. ii2.51A Royal head, damaged, Dyn. XVIII, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 52541. %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 134 [Q] 800-745-100 Head of royal statuette wearing blue crown, probably Amenophis III, bronze, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum, E.GA.4504.1943. %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 120 [R], 134 [R](as perhaps ushabti) Mednet Habu. Finds from Temple Area. i2.774A Head wearing blue crown, probably Amenophis III, diorite, in Chicago IL, Oriental Institute Museum, 16687. %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 127 [S], 135 [S] 800-731-110 Head of royal statue wearing blue crown, no text but no doubt Amenophis III, granodiorite, in Cleveland OH, Cleveland Museum of Art, 1952.513. %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 135 [T] 800-731-270 Head of royal statue wearing blue crown, glazed steatite, probably Amenophis III, formerly in Lord Prudhoe colln., now in Durham, Oriental Museum, N.498. %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 135 [V] Km Mednet Ghurab. Finds. iv.113A Wooden statuette of Amenophis III, in Hildesheim Museum, 53a. %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 135-6 [W] 800-731-422 Head of royal statue wearing blue crown, Dyn. XVIII, calcite, at Sothebys in 1990, now in Hildesheim, Roemer- und Pelizaeus-Museum, Pelizaeus-Museum, 6221. %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 136 [X] Faras. Mastaba Field. vii.125A Head wearing blue crown, steatite, Amenophis III or Tutankhamun, in Khartm Museum, 5829. %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 136 [Y] 800-745-790 Statuette of seated king wearing blue crown, probably Amenophis III, bronze, in Lausanne, Fondation J.Topographical Bibliography of Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphic Texts, Statues, Stelae, Reliefs and Paintings Griffith Institute, Sackler Library, 1 St John Street, Oxford OX1 2LG, United Kingdom griffith.institute@orinst.ox.ac.uk

341 E. Berger, in 1998. %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 136 [Z] 800-731-550 Head of royal statuette wearing blue crown, probably Amenophis III, faience, formerly in W. MacGregor colln. and at Sothebys in 1922, now in Lisbon, Museu Calouste Gulbenkian, Inv. 139. %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 125 [AA], 127 [AA], 129 [AA], 136 [AA](as Amenophis III) (as red quartzite) Objects from Theban Temples. ii2.533A Head of Ramesses II, quartzite, in London, British Museum, EA 30448. %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 136-7 [BB] (as granodiorite) 800-731-740 Head of royal statue wearing blue crown, right part, black granite, late Dyn. XVIII or Dyn. XIX, formerly in G. Acerbi colln., now in Mantua, Galleria e Museo di Palazzo Ducale, Inv. 186. %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 137 [CC] (as brown quartzite) Mt Rahna. Ptah Enclosure. Subsidiary buildings and monuments. iii2.840A Quartzite head of Amenophis III, uninscribed, allegedly from here, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 56.138. %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 127-9 [DD], 137[DD] 800-732-000 Head of royal statue wearing blue crown, no text but no doubt Amenophis III, granodiorite, formerly in B. Drovetti colln., now in Paris, Muse du Louvre, A 25 [N.25]. %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 137 [EE] 800-732-740 Left part of head of royal statuette wearing blue crown, probably Amenophis III, schist, in Basel, Mnzen und Medaillen A. G., in 1972. %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 137 [FF] (as granodiorite) 800-730-352 Head of royal statue wearing blue crown, probably Amenophis IV, much damaged, black basalt, in Bologna, Museo Civico Archeologico, 1802. %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 119 [GG], 137 [GG] (as probably usurped from Tutankhamun) Karnak. Cachette. Royal Statues. ii2.140A (k) Amenophis IV or Ay holding standard, wooden, usurped by Haremhab, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum,
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342 CG 42095. %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 126 [HH], 137-8 [HH] El-aAmarna. Miscellaneous. iv.234A Head of Amenophis IV. %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 127 [II], 138 [II] Tanis. Great Temple. Transverse Line of Royal Statues. iv.20A Double-statue, Ramesses II, with goddess, probably Mut or Anat, granite, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, Temp. No. 27.5.67.1. %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 127 [JJ], 128 [JJ], 138 [JJ] Karnak. Objects. Statues. ii2.290A Painted quartzite head of Amenmesse (belongs to statue Bibl. ii2.52), in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 34.2.2. %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 126 [KK], 138 [KK] (as granodiorite) 800-732-701 Head of royal statue wearing blue crown, probably Ramesses II, granite, formerly in J. A. Josephson colln. and on loan to Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, L 76.10.1, then at Sothebys (New York) in 1985, in Paris, Galerie des Saints Pres, in 1987, at Sothebys in 1989, and again at Sothebys (New York) in 1993. %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 138 [LL] (as brown quartzite) 800-732-636 Head of royal statue wearing blue crown, probably Ramesses II, quartzite, formerly in N. M. and A. Heeramaneck colln. and on loan to Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, L78.17.36, then at Christies (New York) in 1992 and in private possession in New York, on loan to Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, in 1994. %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 138-9 [MM] 800-703-600 Statuette of king wearing blue crown, wood, probably Dyn. XIX (with some modern restoration), wood, in Paris, Muse du Louvre, N.443 [A.F.505]. %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 119 [NN], 123 [NN], 126 [NN], 139 [NN] (as Turin Mus. 4573 and granodiorite) Karnak. From Rifaud excavations. ii2.214A Statues of Ramesses II, seated, with statuettes of Queen Nefetari on left and of Prince Amenhirkhshef on right, granite, in Turin, Museo Egizio, Cat. 1380.
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343 %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 139 [OO] 800-745-950 Statuette of squatting naked child wearing blue crown, with a scarab and sun-disc on back, bronze, late Dyn. XVIII or XIX, in private possession in 1984. %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 139 [PP] ( as probably not ancient) 800-730-520 Head of colossal royal statue wearing blue crown, perhaps Amenophis III, diorite, in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 59.19. %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 119 [QQ],139-40 [QQ] (head as Dyn. XIX-XX, crown as temp. Amenophis IV) 800-731-560 Head of royal statuette wearing blue crown, possibly from two different sources, formerly in D. M. Fouquet colln. and in Paris, Galerie Georges Petit, in 1922, now in Lisbon, Museu Calouste Gulbenkian, Inv. 48. %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 127 [RR], 140 [RR] (as not ancient) 800-732-510 Head of colossal royal statue wearing blue crown, perhaps Amenophis III, granite, in E. Ascher colln. %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 127 [SS], 140 [SS](as not ancient) 800-732-511 Head of colossal royal statue wearing blue crown, colossal, perhaps Amenophis III, red quartzite, in E. Ascher colln. %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 127 [TT], 140 [TT](as not ancient) 800-732-570 Colossal royal head wearing blue crown, colossal, possibly Amenophis III, red granite, in J. Brun colln. %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 141 [UU] (as not ancient) 800-732-880 Royal head wearing blue crown, perhaps Ramesses II, basalt, in private possession in Holland in 1931. %see Hardwick, T. in JEA 89 (2003), 141 [VV] (as doubtful) 800-732-579 Head of royal statue wearing blue crown, perhaps Amenophis III, at Christies (New York), in 2003. %see Stevens, A. in JEA 89 (2003), 146 (as House T.41.1.) El-aAmarna. Town. Official Residence of Panehesi. House R.42.2. iv.201A Shrine. %Stevens, A. in JEA 89 (2003), 164 pl. xi [3]
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344 El-aAmarna. Town north of Wdi. House P.47.4. iv.204A Remains of ancestor bust, in Berlin, gyptisches Museum, 25847. %Hoffmeier, J. and El-Maksoud, M. in JEA 89 (2003), 173 fig. 1 pl. x Sinai. North Sinai. Tell el-Borg. vii.339A Plan of area with satellite image. %Hoffmeier, J. and El-Maksoud, M. in JEA 89 (2003), 177 fig. 3 Sinai. North Sinai. Tell el-Borg. vii.339A Plan of site. %Hoffmeier, J. and El-Maksoud, M. in JEA 89 (2003), 177-8 figs. 4, 5 Sinai. North Sinai. Tell el-Borg. vii.339A Decorated blocks, including one showing a deity and remains of a serekh, another an arm in archers pose. %see Hoffmeier, J. and El-Maksoud, M. in JEA 89 (2003), 179-80 Sinai. North Sinai. Tell el-Borg. vii.339A Decorated blocks, including one with scene, deity offering sword to King to encourage him to expand his borders (probably from a temple pylon). %Hoffmeier, J. and El-Maksoud, M. in JEA 89 (2003), 181 figs. 7, 8 Sinai. North Sinai. Tell el-Borg. vii.339A Jar handles with cartouches of Smenkhkare and Tutankhamun. %Hoffmeier, J. and El-Maksoud, M. in JEA 89 (2003), 182 fig. 9 Sinai. North Sinai. Tell el-Borg. vii.339A Inscribed granite fragment mentioning Re and a Ramesses (probably II). %Hoffmeier, J. and El-Maksoud, M. in JEA 89 (2003), 188 fig. 13 Sinai. North Sinai. Tell el-Borg. vii.339A Fragment of vessel with cartouche of Amenophis II (from Tomb 4). %Hoffmeier, J. and El-Maksoud, M. in JEA 89 (2003), 189 pl. xii [2] Sinai. North Sinai. Tell el-Borg. vii.339A Fragment of limestone with inscription of Kha, Weapons bearer, mentioning the Company of Amun,
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345 temp. Ramesses II. %Hoffmeier, J. and El-Maksoud, M. in JEA 89 (2003), 196 fig. 16 (from Chicago, Reliefs) Bridge over canal with some captives and men acclaiming on either side in III, 3 Karnak. Great Temple. Hypostyle. Exterior. ii2.54(167)A (167) Two remaining registers, II and III, four scenes in each. %Payraudeau, F. in JEA 89 (2003), 199-201 fig. 1 pls. xiv-xvi Objects from Thebes. Coffins. i2.823A Gauseshen, daughter of Tanini (mother), and great-grand-daughter of Harsiesi, Vizier, cartonnage, Dyn. XXII-XXIII, in Brooklyn NY, Brooklyn Museum of Art, 34.1223. %Vogel, C. in JEA 89 (2003), 239 pl. xxii [1] Deir el-Bahri. Cemeteries connected with the Mentuhotep temple. Cemetery 500. . i2.650A View. %Hallof, J. in JEA 89 (2003), 251-4 fig. 1 pl. xxiii (as King Yesbokhamani) Qasr Ibrm. Various. . vii.94A Two halves of statue of lion (now restored) with name of King Amanislo (in Meroitic hieroglyphs), found in staircase in Late Nubian buildings, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 90879, now on display in the Nubian Museum, Aswan. %Kemp, B. in JEA 90 (2004), 15-17 figs. 1, 3 El-aAmarna. Town south of Wadi. House N.49.18. Renufer. iv.205A Description with aerial view and view. %Kemp, B. in JEA 90 (2004), 16 fig. 2 Additional fragments with cartouche of Ankhkheperure (Smenkhkare) El-aAmarna. Town south of Wadi. House N.49.18. Renufer. North Loggia. iv.205A Jambs of entrance; remains of texts. %see Kemp, B. in JEA 90 (2004), 21-3 El-aAmarna. From various parts of the Town. iv.207A Numerous statue fragments including the back of a blue crown and the top of a back pillar, still on site. %Reader, C. in JEA 90 (2004), 66 fig. 4
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346 Saqqra. Pyramid-complex of Unis. Mortuary Temple. . iii2.420A View of two palm-columns in situ. %Reader, C. in JEA 90 (2004), 70 fig. 6 Pyramid-field of Dahshr. B. Southern Complex. Causeway (Lower and Upper). iii2.877A Aerial view. %Gilbert, G. P. in JEA 90 (2004), 73-4, 78-9 fig. 1. Qift. Nagaa Km el-Kuffr. Tomb of Shemai, Vizier, temp. Neferkauhor (Dyn. VIII). v.134A Description with view showing stelae. %Gilbert, G. P. in JEA 90 (2004), 74-5 figs. 2, 3. Qift. Nagaa Km el-Kuffr. Tomb of Shemai, Vizier, temp. Neferkauhor (Dyn. VIII). v.134A Stela, Shemai standing with offering formula. %Gilbert, G. P. in JEA 90 (2004), 76-8 figs. 4, 5. Qift. Nagaa Km el-Kuffr. Tomb of Shemai, Vizier, temp. Neferkauhor (Dyn. VIII). v.134A Stela, Shemai standing before meat offerings. %Gilbert, G. P. in JEA 90 (2004), 78 figs. 6, 7. Qift. Nagaa Km el-Kuffr. Tomb of Shemai, Vizier, temp. Neferkauhor (Dyn. VIII). v.134A Stela, Shemai seated before libation offerings. %Ikram, S. and Rossi, C. in JEA 90 (2004), 211-15 figs. 1, 2. West of El-Kharga Oasis. aAin Amr. vii.295A Rock inscription. Serekh of a king of Dynasty 0 or early Dynasty I. %see Kemp, B. in JEA 91 (2005), 21 El-aAmarna. Great Official Palace. Finds. iv.198A Fragments of relief from scene depicting Akhenaton, Nefertiti, and one or more daughters offering to the Aten. %Kemp, B. in JEA 91 (2005), 24-6 fig. 3 El-aAmarna. North Palace. iv.193A

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347 Description with view of rear part. %Kemp, B. in JEA 91 (2005), 27 fig. 4 El-aAmarna. Smaller Temple. iv.197A Sculptors trial piece, with the face of probably Akhenaten. %Rose, P. in JEA 91 (2005), 30, 32-3, 35 figs. 1, 2 Qasr Ibrm. . vii.92A Excavation report, 2005, with plan and view. %Rose, P. in JEA 91 (2005), 33 fig. 4 Qasr Ibrm. Temple 6. . vii.94A Block with cartouche of Tuthmosis II. %Raven, M. in JEA 91 (2005), 44 fig. 2 (from de Morgan) Text Dahshr. North of the enclosure of Sesostris III. 2. Khnemhotep. . iii2.896A Canopic-chest, sandstone, in Cairo Mus. CG 4048. %Espinel, A. in JEA 91 (2005), 55-70 figs. 1, 2 (as probably from Wadi el-Hudi) Aswn. Miscell. v.242A Granite stela of Sireru, Keeper of the Chamber of the Treasury, M. K., in Cairo Mus. JE 86119. %Espinel, A. D. in JEA 91 (2005), 59 fig. 4 801-415-000 Statuette of Senusert S-n-wsrt Senbebu Snbbw, Steward, son of woman Ankhetenmontu anh.tj-n-mntw, igneous rock, 2nd half of Dyn. XII or Dyn. XIII, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum, 1888.1457. %Buckley, I et al. in JEA 91 (2005), 71-82 figs. 1, 3, 7 Valley of the Kings. KV 39. Uninscribed tomb. i2.559A Description with position of tomb, plan, and view of entrance to burial chamber. %Ockinga, B. in JEA 91 (2005), 83, 85, 87-93 figs. 1-4 (as temp. Amenophis III and from Heliopolis) 803-047-105 and 803-047-106 Top left part of a stela (803-047-105), two registers, I, his son and dedicator of the stela Sha-aa, Chariot warrior, with arms in adoration, his wife Ty, Songstress of the temple of Re, etc., and three sons, II, his daughter, her son and [her daughter] before Iry, wab priest of the temple of Re, and his sister (i.e. wife) Bia, together with an offering table (803-047-106) in which the stela was set up, mentioning [Sha-aa
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348 and] wife Ty, as well as probably his parents Menkheper, Mayor of Heliopolis, and wife Sit-ty, 2nd half of Dyn. XVIII, in Adelaide, Classics Museum of Adelaide University. %Pino, C. in JEA 91 (2005), 95, 97, 100 figs. 1-3 Parts, with detail of bartering Thebes. TT 57, Khaemhet. . i2.115(9)A (9) Two remaining registers. I, II, Unloading freight-ships, and market. %Pino, C. in JEA 91 (2005), 103 fig. 4 Sub-scene Thebes. TT 57, Khaemhet. . i2.114(8)A (8) Two remaining registers, I and II, remains of measuring crop and recording grain. Sub-scene, deceased with two offering-bringers (one holding sheaf with quails) offers on braziers to serpent-headed Termuthis suckling King as child. %Rowland, J. and Wilson, P. in JEA 92 (2006), 11, 13 fig. 5 Km el-Ahmar. . iv.67A Inscribed red granite block with prenomen of Amasis. %see Rowland, J. and Wilson, P. in JEA 92 (2006), 13 Km el-Ahmar. . iv.67A Red granite block, probably from a naos, with names and titles of Amasis. %Kemp, B. in JEA 92 (2006), 21 fig. 1 El-aAmarna. iv.192A Plan of central and southern parts. %Kemp, B. in JEA 92 (2006), 47 fig. 17 El-aAmarna. Town north of Wdi. House R. 44.2. Panehesi. iv.201A Plan of north house. %Kemp, B. in JEA 92 (2006), 52 fig. 19 El-aAmarna. Boundary Stelae. iv.230A Plan showing positions. %Kemp, B. in JEA 92 (2006), 52 fig. 20 El-aAmarna. Boundary Stelae. Stela H.
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349 iv.232A View of niche containing stela H. %Parcak, S. in JEA 92 (2006), 57 fig. 1 El-aAmarna. iv.192A Satellite view. %Parcak, S. in JEA 92 (2006), 61 fig. 4 El-aAmarna. Great Temple. iv.195A Satellite view. %Thompson, K. in JEA 92 (2006), 141-50 figs. 2, 3 El-aAmarna. Miscell. Statues. iv.234A Fragmentary dyad of Amenophis IV and Nefertiti. %Leahy, A. in JEA 92 (2006), 169-84 figs. 1-5 (as probably from Memphite area) 801-707-900 Statue of Shedsunefertem, Greatest of the directors of craftsmen, etc., son of Ankhefensekhmet, Greatest of the directors of craftsmen, kneeling holding naos, head and arms lost, with text mentioning Ptah, Sekhmet and Hathor Nebthotep, possibly usurped from Khaemweset (son of Ramesses II), basalt, temp. Sesonchis I, in London, British Museum, EA 25. %see Leahy, A. in JEA 92 (2006), 174-5, 179 801-765-540 Head, black granite, Dyn. XXV, formerly in F. W. Bruce and A. Gallatin collns. and at Sothebys in 1951, now in New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 66.99.64. %Manniche, L. in JEA 92 (2006), 248 fig. 1 Karnak. Hypostyle, Finds. ii2.53A Block, talatat with lyre-players, lutist, double oboe-player and Syrians with giant lyre in Luxor Mus. J.210. %Manniche, L. in JEA 92 (2006), 248 fig. 2 Karnak. Tenth Pylon. Blocks of Amenophis IV, talatat ii2.191A Block, female musicians playing harps, lutes and oboe, (Karakol no. 45). %Frood, E. in JEA 92 (2006), 250-55 figs. 1(from Petrie), 2, 3 Abydos. Osiris Temple. Finds. Statues. v.47A
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350 Black granite head of Nebenmaet, High Priest of Abydos, probably temp. Ramesses II, in Manchester Mus. 2699. %Hardwick, T. in JEA 92 (2006), 255-60 figs. 1, 3 Cairo. Monuments and re-used blocks found in the city. iv.71A Fragment of kilt from a royal statue with Golden Horus name of probably Amenmesse, in Cairo Mus. Temp. 30.8.64.4. %Hardwick, T. in JEA 92 (2006), 258 fig. 2 Sinai. Temple of Hathor. Portico. Finds. vii.357A Lower part of double-statue, Ramesses II and Hathor, In Brussels, Mus. Roy. E.5012.

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