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The E. The " The greater number of number of the the dead. in the present part of British Museum. and their importance is great. WALLIS BUDGE. Scott-Moncrieff. historical civil and priestly titles. Assistant in the Department. D. P. for they illustrate the burial customs which were current under the Ancient They also enumerate the principal tomb festivals. unknown. November 2t)th.. drawings. some the of these texts contain information of the highest of Thus information obtained from the inscription Ptah Shepses (No." contains copies of all the inscribed monuments of the first eleven dynasties which are exhibited in the Vestibule and Northern Egyptian Gallery.. 1910. Owing to the great difference in the sizes of in the various objects. and useful lists of the canonical offerings of Incidentally value. and supply a large Empire. .Hieroglyphic Texts from Egyptian Stelae. 30) has been employed in determining the order of the succession of and the stele of Antef (No. etc. BRITISH MUSEUM. 99) several kings of the IVth and Vth dynasties . and the descriptions of the plates are the work of Mr.A. M. the texts are funerary in character. A. supplies the names of three successive kings of the Xlth dynasty. up to the time of its discovery. the order of whose reigns was. it has been found impossible to adopt a uniform scale the drawings published herein. DEPARTMENT OF EGYPTIAN AND ASSYRIAN ANTIQUITIES. copies of the texts.

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1900. The hieroglyphs are in relief. The surface Early dynastic period. Early dynastic period. and the second the width. with artificially rounded top. i ft. with rounded top. The hieroglyphs Early dynastic period. Those which are within brackets are registration numbers. PLATE II. with artificially rounded top. 35614. The numbers io the of the objects which are not within brackets are the exhibition numbers. x 9 in. [No. 1900. is severely weathered. i ft. [No. i The edges are Early dynastic ft. lower part are broken and part of the surface is flaked. 1909.] Coarse white limestone stele. In the measurements the first figures represent the height. Presented by the Eypt Exploration Fund. There are traces of some kind of drawing inside the "palace" sign. Early 1 dynastic period.] Small white limestone stele. Presented by the Egypt Exploration Fund. rounded top. Presented by the Egypt Exploration Fund. From Abydos.] Fine white limestone fragment.] Fine white limestone fragment. with relief. 5| in. 6^ in. with are in relief. [No. x 6 in. 35613. whole surface Early dynastic period.] Small white limestone stele. I ft. period. as given in the Guide Egyptian Galleries (Sculpture). I ft. From Abydos. From Abydos. The hieroglyphs From Abydos.] Coarse limestone stele. io in x io in. [No. 35018. x 9 in. Early dynastic period. PLATE The I. Early dynastic period. The hieroglyphs are in relief. x 9 in. From Abydos. 1901. 1900.DESCRIPTION OF THE PLATES. hieroglyphs are scratched on the stone in thin wavy lines. 35021. Presented by the Egypt Exploration Fund. artificially 8J in. artificially top. is con- Presented by the Egypt Exploration Fund. 6 in.] Small white limestone stele. Presented by the Egypt Exploration Fund. rounded Presented by the Egypt Exploration Fund. The edges of the [No. broken at the edges and flaked on the surface. broken. Presented by the Egypt Exploration Fund. 35612. siderably weathered. and the surface is flaked in places. 1900. . x 9! in. The The hieroglyphs are in [No. From Abydos. 3 in. 35020. From Abydos. London. relief. i ft. 1900. sign remains visible. and only one [No. The whole surface is severely weathered. 1901. x n| in. 35017. From Abydos. x 7 in. The two hieroglyphs are in relief. are in [No. 35019. 1901.] Coarse limestone stele. 8 in. "j\ in.

e. probably from the side of a door. No. I 6. [1266. From Denderah. The i stone is slightly weathered. 8 in. Well and clearly carved. 2 ft. is part the reading of which is. The figure and hieroglyphs i i in. 4 ft.. p. IVth dynasty. IVth dynasty. Small limestone I false door of Suten-abu. 26. PLATE IV. D57C. From the necropolis of Memphis. No. Sa-nekht.] ft. The deceased represented wearing a leopard skin about his loins and the magical knot slung over his left The features and limbs are peculiarly heavy. necropolis 8 ft. are in relief. bearing part of a figure of a king. The hieroglyphs are incised. Technique and workmanship good. 10 in. Auswahl. 3 in. 24. i. V. From [157 the B. From Sakkarah. 7 in. cult of Limestone panel from the tomb of Shera (B. is missing. 8 in. 2. Auswahl. 1 drilled through the [1267. Peninsula of ft. Limestone false door of Thetha. hieroglyphs are incised. The figures and hieroglyphs are in relief. x 3 ft. 5 in. 1905. and smaller figures of their children. Presented by the Egypt Exploration Fund. Published: Lepsius. Red sandstone and is represented in the attitude of fragment. Mastabas). x 4 ft. No. With him are represented his wife. clearly carved. 2 in. a royal kinsman and priest of Hathor.] PLATE No. the The lower part preservation except the head and shoulders of the standing figure of Thetha. 7 ft. 8 ft. corner. State of preservation good. a privy councillor and overseer of the guard of the pyramid of Khafra. Published : Lepsius. The the lower left-hand [I345-] ft.6 HIEROGLYPHIC TEXTS. 8 in. but the carving and workmanship are shoulder. 8. From Wadi Magharah. The workmanship is fine and the whole is in good preservation. of the word Mafkat. Sethe. IVth dynasty. stone. especially in 3 in. i. No. x i ft.] PLATE VI. who bears the peculiar name of Tebt " cow hippopotamus "). To the right. The whole is in good (t. [1324. and are well and After the Ilnd dynasty. PLATE No. 5. containing the nether part of the figure of Tebt. The list of other offices that he held is representative of The hieroglyphs are incised and the the hierarchy and bureaucracy of the Ancient Empire. Illrd dynasty. x i ft.] No. Limestone false door of Ka-nefer. III. From the necropolis of Memphis. from the tomb of Thetha. of the right-hand panel. Both figure and hieroglyphs are in relief. [1192. No. 15. a priest of the King Sent (Ilnd dynasty). 8. 4 in. From the exception of the extreme lower portions. Limestone jamb. 8. The figures and the hieroglyphs are in sunk relief: the latter are cut in detail. Urkunden. in Limestone slab from the tomb of Ka-nefer. In the centre is the Horus name of the king. A large hole has been From Denderah. son of Seneferu. [691-] Presented by the Egypt Exploration Fund. is good. necropolis of Memphis. 3. of Memphis. x I ft. who wears the red crown smiting a foe. x 5 ft. the form of a hetep offering. Presented by the Egypt Exploration Fund. 7^ in. 9. and overseer of the priests connected with the cult of his father. Limestone panel of Suten-abu. Sinai. with little doubt. Illrd dynasty. figures IVth dynasty. 9 in. x 7 in.] . Mariette. Illrd dynasty. x ft. 1898. with the are in relief. under a standard. 1.] 898. an allusion to the turquoise land of Sinai.

66. White limestone slab from the tomb of Katep. 1 1 in.] No. containing the usual funerary prayer of the period. p. [1272. 7^ in. [1278. The figures and hieroglyphs Good workmanship. 1 6. in deeply sunk relief. White limestone false door of Katep. are in sunk 4 2 in. From the necropolis of Mem phis.] false door of Mert-tefs and her two daughters. The work appears to be unfinished the name of a god is missing level than at the foot of the right-hand panel. 2 ft. and yellow paint. The hieroglyphs. IVth or Vth dynasty. (This false door is probably not from the tomb of Khennu mentioned in Mariette. of the bird signs are without 9 in.DESCRIPTION OF THE PLATES. Mastabas. 10 in. x broken away. i Two x 2 magical reasons. IVth dynasty. No. not in such good preservation as the other. IVth X i ft. [ ri 73-] Limestone slab from the tomb of Katep. x 3 ft. [1288. and more parts are missing.] first wanting and also the No. Limestone architrave. ft. PLATE No. ["74-] PLATE is X. 5 in. From the necropolis of Memphis. IVth dynasty. these being especially noticeable on the small false door in the upper left-hand corner and on the centre scene. Good workmanship. No. 31. and the centre panel was probably intended to bear a scene. 8. No. From the necropolis of Memphis. From Sakkarah. This one is Corresponding false door of Thetha and Tebt.) IVth dynasty. Limestone architrave. x 13 ft. 184. and the left-hand figure of the deceased. ft.] preservation. . The orthography legs. The technique is good considering the coarseness of the stone. are in raised relief. possibly for of the inscription on the former is peculiar. i Technique and workmanship same as foregoing. ft. 32. 1 5. 2 in. the necropolis of Memphis. and in perfect IVth or Vth dynasty. PLATE VIII. the necropolis of Memphis. The centre portion is sunk at a lower the side panels. which are carved in detail. [682. are in sunk relief. 3 ft. From Sakkarah. PLATE IX. 1 1 in. and seems to have suffered from the action of water. from the tomb of Uash-Ptah. 6 in. 3 in. The surface is considerably weathered. with four lines of deeply On incised hieroglyphs cut in full detail. z\ in. 25. 2 ft. x 5 ft. x 2 ft. ." immediately above it. Fine technique. 5 ft. a priest connected with the cult of Menkaura. 2 in. 1 1 in. [1228. i ft. a priest of the cult of Khufu. From IVth dynasty. The figures are somewhat unusually slender. VII. 268). Both the hieroglyphs and figures are in relief. dynasty. The " right-hand figure and the signs forming the name Katep. 8 in. Auswahl. The first line of the inscripti part of the four existing lines (see Mariette. The upper part of the false door is incomplete. Sandstone false door of Khennu. Good technique and workmanship. black (or dark blue). 7.] No. o in. 6 ft. The hieroglyphs are deeply incised and the figure is in sunk relief. but on the upper part there are frequent traces of red. From the necropolis of Memphis. The figures and hieroglyphs are in sunk relief. p. Mastabas. From 17. No. from the tomb of Ptah-Shepses. Published: Lepsius. Sandstone relief. the left is a seated figure of the deceased. The lower right-hand corner is IVth dynasty. x A -] [i57 8 ft.

: 32. Inscriptions. Limestone stele. the panels having been divided into separate plates for 1. No. etc.] PLATE No. : the Right-hand panel of the tomb-facade of Ptah-Shepses colouring.[i8. Sethe. About one foot of the upper part of this side is missing. From the [ I22 3-] No.B. a superintendent of the in relief. 2 ft.] . Fine technique and workmanship. hieroglyphs are in sunk relief. From the necropolis of Memphis. in XIV. 113. x 2 ft. 4 in. x 2 ft. "-~m the necropolis of Memphis. a daughter of the latter The signs in brackets are restored from Mariette. It is possible. are coloured green. the latter being cut in detail. in the form of a false door of Ka-utch-ankh. in the form of a false door of Shesha. IVth dynasty. [682. IVth-Vth dynasty. surnamed Nefer-seshemKhufu. 13 form a continuous whole. 5 in. Published de Rouge. Urkunden. The stone painted a deep pink colour. XIII. 4 in. technique. The figures and stele. Both figures and IVth dynasty.] the god Osiris. 32. however. The text contains principally the religious held by the deceased.. and his wife Khenti-Ka. 65. door. 44. Limestone stele. and Plates pp. PLATE XV. ii. unusual piece of orthography is the sign Tet used to represent [682. : pp. later. greater convenience. The upper part of this side of the facade is missing. 2 ft.) 9 ft. [n/ 1 -] . The figures and offerings in the upper scenes are carved in relief. IVth dynasty. 12. Mastabas. No. (N. Fine white limestone XVI. 79. IVth dynasty. etc. " royal scribe and comptroller of the priests. i. and relates how the deceased was brought up in the royal liarim of Menkaura and. 3 ft. 112. captain of the king's guard and overseer of the cattle belonging to the guard of the court. 80. [1282. 2 in. He married Kha-maat." being the same in both cases. but there seem to be no other traces of colouring. that Nefer-seshem-Khufu maybe the second husband of Khenti-Ka but the titles. and the eyes are picked out in the same colour.. district chief of the Aphroditopolitan nome. x 3 ft. Limestone false colouring. 3 in. Fine technique and workmanship. imply that the two names refer to the same individual. king. the form of a false door of Afa. Left-hand panel of the limestone facade of the tomb of Ptah-Shepses. White limestone stele. x 5 ft. Both the figures and hieroglyphs are royal palace. 4 in. x PLATE No. x 2 ft I in. are in relief. which are deeply sunk. From Sakkarah. from the tomb of Ari and Ant. PLATE No. 8 ft. pp. 32. PLATE is XI. in that of Shepseskaf. offices XII. 1 1 in. Good workmanship. same as the foregoing.HIEROGLYPHIC TEXTb. and overseer of the gardeners. 3 in. The text is mainly biographical. 2 in. and the hieroglyphs. 8 ft. technique. 42.] PLATE No. 2 in. Mariette. 4 ft. The wigs of both the deceased persons hieroglyphs are painted black. [682. An 3 ft. From the necropolis of Memphis. The hieroglyphs are sunk and cut in detail. 51-53. necropolis of Memphis. 1 1 in. x 2 ft. forming the centre of the tomb-facade of Ptah-Shepses the same as the foregoing.

i ft. x 2 ft. companion to the foregoing. Fine white limestone panel of Ari. In this case the figure of the deceased is and the plaited wig black. [1242. The robe is cut like a : woman's about the legs there is no indication of its shape on the body. and over his shoulder the magical knot. Both the figure and the In the list hieroglyphs are carved in the most delicate relief. 9 in. 43. Round his neck hangs a bead necklace. No. XIX. 7 in. 2 in. 73. The deceased is represented as wearing a closely plaited wig. [527. 7 in. 9 No. x 2 ft.] the necropolis of Memphis. [528. There are also traces of paint on the Both the figure and signs are in relief. the latter are cut in full detail. 47. Fine technique and workmanship. No.] [ No. Ari. x 3 ft. 3 ft. 3 ft. x 10 in." " 62. NeferSetchemt. XVII. 529. both his body and his robe were coloured red the colours have faded considerably.] B . Ari's wig is painted black. necropolis of Memphis. From the necropolis of Memphis.] No. 8 in. The hieroglyphs are in relief and are very finely carved. 62. a scribe of the treasury. [1169. 6i in. The hieroglyphs and figures are in sunk relief. 41. Fine The upper technique Probably IVth dynasty. Facing her are three daughters and a son. x i ft. x 3 ft. 45. painted red. each containing the name of a funerary part vase or piece of furniture. of offerings facing the deceased there figure a stone-headed arrow and an object like a longhandled mace. The figures in the and hieroglyphs are in relief. 8 in. No. Limestone false door from the tomb of Re-mu and Thentet. It will be noticed that in this and the hieroglyphs. IVth dynasty. but in poor Several blocks are missing. From the 5 ft. and his wife.DESCRIPTION OF THE PLATES. 10 in. Fine white limestone panel of the royal libationer. No. 9 in. and the eyes are picked out same colour. 7 in. x I ft. of Memphis. The wig of the deceased is painted black. and. preservation. foregoing panels the name of Ari is spelt in no less than three different ways. Only the upper scene and part of the side panels remain. Fine white limestone panel of Ant. House of Eternity. : Very fine workmanship. 3 ft. From [1168. Fine technique and workmanship. 40. Good workmanship.] relief. the skirt white. I2 77-] PLATE XX. [1277. Workmanship good. 530. 3 ft. [ 1 1 70. From Medum. 5i in. 45. Fine technique and workmanship. 4 ft. 6 in. I in. With him are five smaller figures of his sons. apparently. IVth dynasty. x I ft. 7 in. The figure and hieroglyphs are in sunk [53S-] PLATE No. IVth dynasty. the leopard skin. 2 ft. IVth dynasty. Limestone false door of Ankh-khaf. Part of a fine white limestone stele of a Chancellor of the is divided into fifteen rectangular spaces. The figures and hieroglyphs are in relief. Fragmentary inscription on side of the same stele.] PLATE XVIII. IVth dynasty. Rounded block from the same tomb. From the necropolis of Memphis. From the necropolis . and is bound with a fillet round her neck hangs a cluster of long beads. The wig of the deceased was painted black. Both hieroglyphs and figures are in sunk relief. Fine white limestone panel from the tomb of Ra-hetep.] PLATE No. IVth dynasty.

has been considerably weathered.] PLATE No. and the figures The stone is in very bad condition. [992. table. p. Probably IVth dynasty. and other members of The hieroglyphs and figures are in sunk relief. 67. door of Uash-ka. of a smer udt. x 5 ft. x 8 in.] Memphis. Limestone rounded block. IVth From the necropolis of Memphis. Vth or Vlth dynasty. kher heb. i ft. The hieroglyphs 5 in. Good workmanship. dynasty. Vth dynasty. The hieroglyphs are incised. [1212. The figure. Very fine From Sakkarah. [1156. x i ft. a " smer uat. . 53. Ancient Empire. perhaps representing a deep trench into which blood was run. 6 in.] PLATE XXIV. No. The The whole was at one time painted. [1429.] the necropolis of Memphis. The hieroglyphs are archaic in form and carved in relief on a sunk ground.] No. Illrd dynasty. In the centre is a lietep object in low relief on which can still be traced the outline of two shapes of bread and a libation pot. Part of a small limestone false door. Mastabas. There are figures are in relief. his family. 191. x 3 ft. and has been severely weathered. PLATE No. The hieroglyphs are sunk and cut in full detail. 5i in. containing part of three columns of the funerary inscription I ft. Good technique and workmanship. 6 in. No. Panel of hard yellow stone from the tomb of Erta-n-ankh. Sakkarah. 5 ft. 2 in. XXI." The inscriptions on either side of the false door are duplicates of one another. high. The hieroglyphs are in sunk relief. 98. From the necropolis of [1269. 2 in. Probably IVth dynasty. traces of red paint on the smooth stone below them. 6 in. [1156.IO HIEROGLYPHIC TEXTS. [1268. 6 in. from the tomb of Rutchek. White limestone false XXII. x i ft. and privy councillor. 6 in. From [199. 3 in. Limestone fragment. but the stone x 2 ft. Limestone false door from the tomb of Asa-ankh. technique and workmanship. Vth or Vlth dynasty. 7 in. Vth or Vlth dynasty. No.] No. 22. 39.] . 23. 1 1 in. From the necropolis of Memphis. 2 ft. Limestone altar of Uash-ka and Tchefatsen. On either side is a sunk trench for libations and lower on the left is a circular object. The spelling of the name Asa is noticeable and differs from that on the similar stele figured in Mariette. 46. x i ft. i ft. x 3 ft. a priest of the cult of Khafra and of the king's pyramid.] 10 ft. 2 in. are incised. PLATE XXV. and Good workmanship. IVth dynasty. No. x iii in. The figures and hieroglyphs below are fn sunk relief. his wife Tchefatsen. No. [1383. from the tomb of Hes.] PLATE XXIII. [53 1-] Coarse limestone panel. but the only traces of colouring that remain are on the necklaces of the standing figures these are black or dark blue. protector of the royal hartm and chief privy councillor of the king. hieroglyphs are in sunk relief. Limestone block from the same tomb. cut in sunk relief. From Sakkarah. 10 in. White limestone cone of the Kher-heb priest and "superintendent of the caravan (?)" The hieroglyphs are in sunk relief. From lof in. 8 in. 4. Khu. 63.

From Sakkarah. See Mariette. "chief of Nekheb.] door of hard yellow stone from the same tomb. 8 1. [647. on the right blue paint remain. P- A Vth dynasty. 9^ in. table of cakes. 10 in. yellow and hieroglyphs are in low relief and carved in exquisite detail." the leopard determinative being The prayer Vth dynasty. 69. Fine I ft. bow grasped in the left hand and the flint-headed arrow in the right are somewhat unusual. door of Sennu and his family. 7 in. Fine white limestone panel from the tomb of Khnum-hetep. Ancient Empire. x 3 ft. x i ft. are in sunk relief the hieroglyphs in the small spaces. Published: Mariette.DESCRIPTION OF THE PLATES. The whole stele appears to have been originally painted red. [1274. ?) surnamed Pena. the religious. x 2 ship rough. x 2 ft. i in. dresser of the king's wig.] No. The figure of the deceased is in low flat relief on a sunk ground the long are incised. 10 in. 2 ft. 3| in. 61. 2 ft. x 2 ft. PLATE XXVII. x o. From Sakkarah." and overseer of the gold store. The hieroglyphs are [ I2 73-] Companion block Limestone stele to the foregoing with the " (" The Libyan same inscription. Mastabas. 2 in. i ft. 98. The The technique is poor and the workmanI ft. architrave from the tomb of Neka-ankh.] The hieroglyphs 84. Yellow limestone stele in the form of a false figures are in sunk relief and the hieroglyphs incised. From Sakkarah. 38. No. 3 in. [1166. are incised. x i ft. x 2 ft. Sakkarah. 311. No. 3 ft. of smooth hard limestone. [1429.] PLATE XXVI. Vth dynasty. X 12 ft. I ft. the reign of Userkaf. 68. Vth or Vlth dynasty. [H43-] 312. The few traces of red.] p. 2 ft. text. " for clothing includes thousands of leopard skins. (?). The large hieroglyphs are in sunk relief. " The figures and a privy councillor. yellow and red. [1275. and hieroglyphs are in sunk relief and coloured The carving is very fine and the hieroglyphs are cut in exquisite detail. 2 in. x i ft. 10 in. From Sakkarah. 11 in. From a small masterpiece of animal draftsmanship. of Uthenti : B 2 . No. the small are incised. are rough. in. Ancient Empire. Limestone block from the tomb of the princess Bunefer and well carved. Limestone fragment bearing a standing male figure and part of six lines of Both the figure and hieroglyphs are deeply sunk. No. 51.] PLATE No. blue. 5 in. [1136. [1185. No. i ft.\ in.] No. I ft. 2 ft. Part of a false door from the tomb of the same. technique and workmanship. 52.] in relief No. 5 in. Probably Vth dynasty." in The figure. 6 in. White limestone the cult of king Userkaf. Vth or Vlth dynasty. On the left-hand side are the civil offices held by the deceased. 83. XXVIII. Part of the side of a : II false door of hard yellow stone from the tomb of Erta-n-ankh. Mastabas. a priest connected with The hieroglyphs and figure of the deceased are in sunk relief. The technique and workmanship Vth or Vlth dynasty. Good workmanship. forming a list of funerary hieroglyphs offerings. No. Part of a false [658. In this case the usual procedure is reversed and the funerary prayer is written down the centre while the panels on the right and left contain lists of offerings.

Limestone lids stele of Teta. I ft. Limestone relief. the niche. has faded to a light red. case of the upper seated and the lower left-hand figures. [718. Limestone architrave on the exterior of the mastaba tomb of Ur-ari-en-Ptah. 8 in.] PLATE XXXII. in the bluish-green. x i ft. remain. of the stone is painted yellow. 9 in. 60.] . z\ in. [718. are deeply incised and coloured a : The figures are in low relief. 10 in. stele. Probably Vlth dynasty.] PLATE XXX. 80. which. No. blue. in red and faded blue. 82. Good technique and workmanship. and wig. No. eyebrows. the male is coloured dark plum colour and the female yellow. From the necropolis of Memphis. from the tomb of Ptah-hetep. The signs of the centre panel. i ft. and the palm leaf cornice. [1287. 2 5 in. 3 ft. painted to represent a false door. The colouring is in good preservation. [718.12 HIEROGLYPHIC TEXTS. 80. and is merely sketched on the stone in plum-coloured paint.] 80. but of these only two signs remain. 4 ft. The figure at the foot of the right-hand column has never been 6 ft. The figures are in low relief. Both ft. No. containing a list of offerings. and decorations are in sunk relief. figure and hieroglyphs are 2 in. Limestone false door of the interior of the mastaba tomb of Ur-ari-en-Ptah. with the exception of the representation of the deceased seated at a table of offerings. No. No. In the centre is three-quarter relief of the deceased. figures. Limestone The The door itself is The whole surface pictured as fastened by two bars. the skirt white. No. x 2 ft. [1161. 11 in. 4 in. traces of which remain. and yellow paint. 10 in x 2 ft. possibly be part of [1165. relief of the lady Thetha. Wigs and eyes black. text and figures are boldly carved in low Vlth dynasty. the skirts are white and the wigs black. Vth or Vlth dynasty.] Limestone architrave of the interior of the mastaba tomb of Ur-ari-en-Ptah. 6 ft. x 8 ft. and are not cut with the detail and fineness which characterize hieroglyphs the exterior architrave: they were originally filled in with paint.] x 2 ft. The stele is unfinished. yellow and red. PLATE XXIX. The hieroglyphs are in sunk relief and somewhat carelessly cut traces of blue and red paint remain. Limestone false door of Ur-ari-en-Ptah and his wife Khenti-kaus. hieroglyphs. traces of which. 80. i in. The detail.] PLATE XXXIII. The are in sunk relief. The body and pupils black. 3 in. The hieroglyphs are in sunk relief filled in with red. [718. No. and are painted a deep plum colour. x 2 ft. 2 in. PLATE XXXI. Teta the hieroglyphs are only painted on the stone. 3 is a deep niche containing a statuette in painted red. the hieroglyphs. x 8 ft. 64. which is in slightly raised relief. finished. Fair technique and workmanship. the hieroglyphs being represented in full From Sakkarah. Ancient Empire. relief. deceased's name. in low boldly and well carved. and the figures are filled in with blue. With the exception of the two t's of the name There were painted texts on either side of The word Bannu may in.

" The hieroglyphs and figures are in sunk relief. No. 3 in. Five of the figures wear bands of linen over the right shoulder. same as the above. a scribe. figures and hieroglyphs are in low relief. sunk relief and carved in detail. from the tomb of Karta. Vlth dynasty. x 4 ft. 13 No. The front is arranged and inscribed in a manner similar to the foregoing. [I34I-] PLATE XXXV. i in. From the necropolis of Memphis. At the top may be read the . relief. The hieroglyphs [H59>] No. in the form of a false door. No. that this stele Style and arrangement the same as the foregoing. 74. 10 in. 7 ft. [1342. the wife of Karta. [!3 1 9-] door or entrance. while four are represented with From the necropolis the shoulders in attempted perspective. At the side are a line and part of a line of text also in sunk relief. The centre portion Limestone lintel from the tomb of Karta. Limestone relief from the tomb of Karta.] PLATE XXXVIII. The hieroglyphs ends were bonded into the masonry of the walls. Vlth dynasty.] PLATE XXXVI. Both figures and hieroglyphs are in sunk PLATE XXXVII. In the front are part of four lines of hieroglyphs and a standing figure of the deceased in sunk relief. the tomb of Karta. x 3 ft. 75. 10 in. i in. 7 in. and labour therein. [1319. From Sakkarah. x I ft. x 4 ft." .] It is possible No. at the bottom of which is a small standing figure. 3 ft. 6 ft. Three of the latter are conventional and three portray the deceased as bulky and fat. 7 in. 76. [1319. From the necropolis of Memphis. two of these figures attempt a perspective view of chest and shoulders peculiar to this period (cf. Vlth dynasty. Vlth dynasty. x i ft. but the side contains only a single line of hieroglyphs. 4 ft. Limestone stele of Behenu. in. 3 ft. 8 in. from . Vlth dynasty. 5 in. Indifferent workmanship. x 2 ft. Capart. cattle. Vlth dynasty. Indifferent workmanship. x 3 ft. 4 ft. after he had attained to the dignity of royal chancellor and held numerous other offices. Une Rue de band. Pepi-nefer and Meri-ra-nefer. 4?. The hieroglyphs and figures at the foot of the stele are in sunk relief the scene representing the deceased seated at a table of offerings is in low relief. 85. left arm. Vlth dynasty. to his own. are in Part of two lines of inscription on limestone from the tomb of Karta. x I ft. A [1191. I in. 6 in. The lower surface is badly weathered. 10 in. 4 ft. and " overseer of the great house of six. Both Vlth dynasty. probably of the false is are rounded and the in sunk relief. priest of Maat. 10 in.decree " " " " reference is made to gifts of produce of the king and to wine. x 4 ft. 4 in. from the tomb of Karta. Good workmanship. Limestone stele bearing a decree of king Teta. The surface of the stone is very " badly weathered and few signs remain distinctly legible. Probably at this time he added the king's names. Style. 4 ft. Limestone stele in the form of a false door. Limestone angle block. 88. may have been made late in his life. [1330. Vlth dynasty. . is worn slung over the right shoulder and under the Tombeaux). probably of linen.] Limestone angle block from the tomb of Karta. Indifferent technique and workmanship.DESCRIPTION OF THE PLATES. Limestone stele in the form of a false door. of Memphis. Limestone false door of Atu.] PLATE XXXIV.

] of Pepi II. 1 [1263. i 4 ft. titles XLIII. of a date. 1903. Limestone panel of Senefer-Seshem-Pepi. The deceased is represented wearing a skirt with peculiar and figure are in sunk relief. x 4 ft. p. 8 in. The name with funerary prayers. Vlth dynasty. 5 in. Vlth dynasty.] in Presented by the Egypt Exploration Fund. ft. On two sides are representations of the deceased before a table of offerings and two short vertical lines of text. Good and workmanship. 1903.] PLATE No.] stele. 10 in. i ft. and bearing a representation of of the former has been omitted. 1 1 in. Fair technique and workmanship. Vlth dynasty. [112. No. [1264. a Limestone relief. 77. From the Osiris temple at Abydos. 92. . Presented by the Egypt Exploration Fimd. i ft. Limestone panel of Mena. 8 in. Both figures and hieroglyphs 3 ft. 10 in. 3 in. a caravan leader (?). 7 in. [203. Limestone architrave on which are the winged solar disk and the prenomen and The hieroglyphs are incised there are traces of red paint on the solar disk. The hieroglyphs of the list of offerings are incised and have suffered much from weathering. x 9 in. 78. 10 in. [1480. in Abydos. The larger hieroglyphs and the figure are in sunk relief.14 HIEROGLYPHIC TEXTS. (Published Griffith. x 2 ft. and controller Both figure and hieroglyphs are in relief on a sunk ground. 1 898. x i ft. prince of the palace. Limestone cone of Sekherf. [627. 7 in. 97. From Denderah. ft. No. Both hieroglyphs No. [626. Nekeku (?) Assd. i in_ From Denderah. 4 ft. 91. x : The carrying out of the At the bottom is part I ft.] technique Presented by the Egypt Exploration Fund. 89.] 898. No. Vlth dynasty. [128. From transverse ribbings and vertical piping. . i sunk relief. Good workmanship. The deceased is represented seated at a table to the right of which is a list of ninety offerings. x 2 ft. Both hieroglyphs and figure are Vlth dynasty. are in sunk IVth-VIth dynasty. in the form of a false door.) From Abydos. inscribed No. 41.] PLATE No. decree was apparently entrusted to the royal chancellor. [1262. II. Vlth (or possibly i XXVIth) dynasty (?). Sandstone panel of Ani. perhaps the month of Athyr. x i ft. 4 in. from the tomb of Pepi-set-heb. Presented by the Egypt Exploration Fund. man and his son.] PLATE seated XLII. Limestone panel from the tomb of Merer-aker. hieroglyphs Limestone stele. 10 in. Denderah. PLATE XL. 3 in.] Presented by the Egypt Exploration Fund. XLI. Indifferent workmanship. Vlth dynasty. The and figures are in sunk relief. of the shipbuilding. x 86. surnamed Senna. 1 898. ft. Vlth dynasty. a royal chancellor. PLATE XXXIX.

No. The twelve lines of text form a funerary prayer the meaning of which is.] " No. Vlth dynasty. Limestone stele of Pepi II. 2 ft. [212. 90. 2 ft. The centre contains a scene representing the deceased and his wife receiving offerings and veneration from their family.) Xlth dynasty. Vlth dynasty (?). 2 in. There are several unknown signs. No. relief door of Neba. Lower part of the same stele. 285. Vlth-Xth dynasty. 5 in. On [1149. [1186.] No. Limestone 81 in. [!59-] . The cornice is decorated with incised palm-leaf ornamentation and the stone framework bears a cut criss-cross design. 71. Limestone architectural fragment inscribed beloved of the great lady of Bahet. etc. Limestone libation altar of the royal kinswoman and priestess of Hathor. 5 ft. The figures are in sunk relief in and the hieroglyphs incised. x i ft. Limestone slab on which are representations of offerings being made to a man and by relatives.B. 96. Vlth dynasty. x in. Vlth dynasty. 79. 8i in. x uf in. The hieroglyphs are incised. 2 in. The whole stele was at one time painted red. libation altar of Sabu. 8 in. i ft. x libation I altar of Khart-Khennut. x i ft. 2 in. The into two hieroglyphs are in sunk relief. Very rough and clumsy workmanship. 9^ in. 93.] PLATE Limestone i ft. and various food offerings. The surface of the stone is very much worn.] PLATE XLV. The hieroglyphs are incised. Very poor workmanship. for the most part. The cornice is the form of a false door of Peri. Vlth dynasty. inscribed the one Yellow limestone cornice cut to represent projecting beams of wood. No. a servant cutting meat. the right is part of a pilaster carved in high relief. 206. ft. The scenes are divided In the upper are a table symbolic of field-produce. I in. 15 his wife No. Vlth dynasty. beer. The figures are in sunk [201. 1 899.] The No. into three registers. The stele is complete and has only been divided plates for convenience. [1487-] Limestone libation altar of the scribe and chief hen-ka priest i ft. a priest connected with the cult designed to represent palm foliage. No. Upper part of the limestone funerary stele of Rutch-ahau. 3| in. x i ft.] PLATE XLVI." Ancient Empire (?).] No. long. word apt. PLATE XLVII. i XLIV. i ft. 2 in. Antkas. Below The is a pastoral scene showing the scenes are in relief and admirably carved. glyphs are in sunk relief. x 9 in. 10 in. 4 in. ["76. Presented by the Egypt Exploration Fund. very obscure. 94. \\ in. I ft. attendants milking cows and bringing grain.DESCRIPTION OF THE PLATES. 96. The hieroglyphs are incised and the figures are in low relief. The hiero[1488. the form of a false Vlth dynasty. On it is [1293. !I 7S-] [ hieroglyphs are incised. (N. x i ft. x 3 ft. /#. From Abadiyeh. The hieroglyphs are incised. Limestone stele in and the hieroglyphs incised.

PLATE XLIX. 159. long. Xlth dynasty. [1261. an official of king Uah-ankh Antef and his The biographical portion of the stele is a noteworthy successor. the successor of Uah-ankh. and also of a great boat for his city. 4 in. 3 \ in.] The same fine style by the lowest figure. unnoticed. ' IO f the Cairo catalogue (see Lange and . XLVIII. The hieroglyphs and figures are in sunk relief. ft. limbs i . 119. XXI. Grab- und Denksteine was entrusted with the construction of the king's barge. [614. Thetha Schafer. The hieroglyphs are [6140. with his seal-bearer and an attendant. x 3 ft. Fine white limestone stele of Thetha. i Presented by the Egypt Exploration Pund. He states that PLATE No. ft. x 3 ft. No. that in the reign of the first. and has are extraordinarily fine there arc no traces of paint. x I ft. The hieroglyphs are in sunk figure The technique and workmanship relief. 100. II. The former figures present some stele of is peculiar orthographical forms. 4 ft. The reading of the sign designating the former city is made certain by the fuller orthography found on Stele No. Fine white limestone architrave from the tomb of Thetha. and large of Thetha himself. 20543. Vol. The text further speaks of the king's anxiety at the encroachment of foreign desert tribes and his satisfaction at the tribute levied on their chiefs by Thetha and brought to his majesty. and technique are maintained. The stele is complete. Published: Breasted only been divided into two plates for convenience. No. coloured red and the wigs black. x \\\ No. sunk relief. p. list of offerings. Part of a red sandstone panel with a list of offerings dedicated to the image of the deceased king Neb-hapet-ra Mentu-hetep. 165. he enjoyed the same favour and power. 8 in. the flesh Kaur Antef (sec following plate). 10 x 3 ft. Also Denderah. 101. des mittleren Reichs. (N. x 3 ft. in.B.] PLATE No. 6 in. LI. Fine white limestone jamb from the tomb of Thetha. jamb from the same tomb. 4 ft. 135. The ft. : Xlth dynasty. The hieroglyphs and representations are in sunk relief. Nekht-neb-tep-nefer Antef. p. containing funerary prayer.] sunk relief and beautifully cut. 1903. The figures and hieroglyphs son. From Abydos. The hieroglyphs are in sunk relief and admirably clear. 3 in.] 103. It mentions the important fact. Plate XV). hitherto No. acts as a shabti. the figures and representations of offerings in low relief.16 HIEROGLYPHIC TEXTS. represented [61415. Fine workmanship. [628.named king the Theban kingdom extended from Elephantine to Thinis. Similar style and technique. American Journal of Semitic Languages. II in.] Presented by the Egypt Exploration Fund. PLATE No. . 2 ft. especially in their treatment of the Xlth dynasty. Lower part of the same stele. under Nekht-neb-tep-nefer. 4 The PLATE in LII. From Denderah. Rough workmanship. 100. The latter are similar in style to the on the in. Fine white limestone stele of Sen-bennu. Xlth dynasty. 102. 9 in. Fine white limestone are in sunk relief. IO in. I ft.] 898.) and Pier. [6 14 A. 6 in. contribution to the history of the Xlth dynasty. \ hieroglyphs are in 3 in. Fine white limestone panel from the tomb of Antef-aker. L. From Karnak.

but the paint has faded considerably. 99. Good style and workmanship. 2 ft. are in low relief. is noteworthy on the left the deceased is seen lying on his human being breathing " life women make dough and two men feed a fire. reason of the crude colouring and peculiar cutting of the figures. x i ft. surnamed Aa. must be equivalent to maa-kheru. PLATE No. 134. It differs in a remarkable manner from the contemporary stele of Thetha. Mait. and technique good : Style somewhat similar to that of Thetha. The wigs of the figures hieroglyphs : stele of Kaur Antef. which is a faithful representation. 10 in. Painted limestone stele of Sebekaa. and Sankh-db-taui Menthu-hetep. objects in Limestone stele of Aker and his relatives.] PLATE No. Xlth dynasty. [I3 1 -] . The figures are in sharp relief and the incised the latter are coloured red and dark blue. 130.DESCRIPTION OF THE PLATES. The lower portions of the trunks of all the male The workmanship is rough but the animals are figures have been purposely mutilated. 20011 on Plate dynasty. All the other figures are in sunk and the hieroglyphs are incised. Xlth x i ft. 3 in. Nekht-neb-tep-nefer not only by unusual orthography employed. x 3 ft. 2 ft. Painted limestone LIII. The inscription contains mention of a The peculiar sign at the end of each royal name. and of the name of each wife. although it occurs on the first vertical column of text on the right after the word kenbitu. The peculiar technique of this and the two preceding stelae may be cleverly depicted. but also for the were once black and the bodies red. 3 in. funerary relief LVI. but the meaning of the text is obscure. Probably Xlth dynasty. 6| in. son of the deceased and the table. who is " into Sebekaa's nostrils on the right compared with No.rind Denksteine des mittleren Reiclis. x 3 ft. 7 in. The deceased " fourteenth year. II of Grab. not of a real fire. represented as a diminutive ." apparently held office in Thebes. This is a good example of a "family" on which as many kinsfolk as possible are commemorated. There are several other unknown signs. [1164-] PLATE No. The figures and the top register are in low relief and coloured red. stele. a contemporary of kings Uah-ankk Antef. which are painted yellow. while the hieroglyphs are incised and filled in with blue paint. [1203. The large standing figure of The hieroglyphs of field-produce. Fine white limestone stele of Antef. 10 in. 1 LIV. 2 ft. 7 in. 17 PLATE No. both in regard to style and epigraphy. but of the model fires made at this period. The unusual technique is of the foregoing stele of Kaur Antef: the figures are in sharp relief and painted similar to that 20. symbolic themselves are clear. but the background was probably yellow. LV. but the scene in the second register bier. The stele is noteworthy. Probably Xlth dynasty. being revisited by his ba. red with the exception of the two female figures standing immediately behind Sebekaa in the lower register. The biography : of the deceased is of little interest. The colouring of the greater part of the stele has disappeared. 2 ft. Antef-aa.

INDEX TO EXHIBITION NUMBERS. No.18 INDEX TO EXHIBITION NUMBERS. of Object. . I.

.... 48 43 2O6 (l 149) . INDEX TO REGISTRATION NUMBERS. . Plate. Plate... 49. 47 .. 50 52 51 51 285 (201) . 135 (I26l)..INDEX TO REGISTRATION NUMBERS.. 130 (l3l) . . . No.. .. of Object. ... of Object.. 45 40 52 102 (6143) 103 ( II....- 97 (203) 98 (1429) 99 (1203) 100 (614) 101 (6140) 134 (1164).. .... 44 44 42 25 53 119 (628) 120 (1372).. ... of Object. 48 54 56 55 96 (I 59 ) 46. No. (1487) .. No..

81 (1136): Guide to the Egyptian Collections are Nos.B. 13 . 41 (1169).. 80 (718). 40 (1242). 99 ( I2 3). Plate. I0 ( 6l 4). Galleries (Sculpture): those depicted in the Photographic reproductions of the following will be found in the Guide to the Egyptian Nos. 8 (1324). 18 (1282). 2 2 2 N. (1228) 7 4 37 (1242) 40 (1261) 135 (1262) 92 (1263) 78 34 34 5 (1264) 91 (1266) 6 (1267) 5 54 24 25 (1268) 23 (1269) 22 40 52 (1272) 31 (1273) 68 (1274) 69 (1275) 52 (1277) 62 44 44 i 2 I (1278) 66 (1282) 18 (1287) 82 (1288) 15 (1293) 90 I I . 75 (1341). of Object. Plate. (J3 1 )- i (1192). 64 (1165).20 No. 53 (1383). "o (1372). 5 (1267). CORRIGENDA.

35021. 36019. /7 . 35020. No. 35017.PLATE 1. No. No. FUNERARY INSCRIPTIONS OF THE EARLY PERIOD. No.

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. 85614.PLATE 2. No. 35613. 35612. No. 35018. FUNERARY INSCRIPTIONS OF THE EARLY PERIOD. No. No.

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No. . 5 (1267). No. 1 (1192). 6 (1266). No. INSCRIPTIONS OF THE THIRD DYNASTY.PLATE 3. 2 (691). No.

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PLATE 4. FALSE DOOR OF KA-NEFER. No. 8 (1824). .

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26 (167c). 1 o ! a z 6 <H l n < j l ri nnnn . INSCRIPTION OF KA-NEFER AND JAMB OF THETHA. mi No.PLATE 6.

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PJ PLATE 6. ft-l FALSE DOOR OF THETHA AND TEBT. . 24 (1576). No.

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FALSE DOOR OF THETHA AND TEBT.25 il57.PLATE 7. iffh 1 . No.<).

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ww 1 U i /wvw\ ff D D A WA i 000 D ILa A fe . FALSE DOOR OF SHEPSES-PTAH (LEFT HAND PANEL). 32 (682).PLATE 11. i 1 I h I I 1 1 1 1 It M f in CS3 I! rr $ A. No. r i JT >T rr I I (T r> 1 IT I 1 i 1 I I 1 1 1 i i 1 1 1 1 I i 1 I I.

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32 (682). No. FALSE DOOR OF SHEPSES-PTAH (CENTRE PANEL).PLATE 12. IL-J3 Q if tit 211 NWM ffi D-J3 CZ |^/VS a /wvw* O aaattJ "ITS a tin k if 12 csa n I en en D ooo a D a ft O n .

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C. No. FALSE DOOR OF SHEPSES-PTAH (RIGHT HAND PANEL. 32 (682).r A uu J i # A JL cm > O Si 'WWW VAV D D ID So /^ D c^ * 11 .PLATE 13. .

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o-O 5 CO 6 of . s z 6 <^ XDp^^.PLATE 15. FALSE DOORS OF KA-UTCH-ANKH AND SHESHA (NEFER-SESHEM-KHUFU).

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43 (1168). PANELS FROM THE TOMB OF ARI AND ANT.PLATE 16. No. 73 (1170). No. 42 (1171). No. Q ' /\/ww\ .

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45 (527.I 18. FALSE DOOR OF ANKH-KHAF. 529. 530).PLATE 7fi3> '. No. .

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*f in . 40 (1242). 22 (1269). No. No.PLATE / 20. 23 (1268). No. PANEL FROM THE TOMB OF RA-HETEP AND INSCRIPTIONS OF RUTOHEK.

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PLATE 24. FALSE DOOR FROM THE MASTABA OF ASA-ANKH. 53 (1383). . No.

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ra a H D QO P U t n S. No.PLATE 25.jJ?A:Mft . Hi! No. 98 (1429). u I a a U r*i \ i Aa o >* t/ ^D SSI 8 k )Vv^^An n on 1 I <ST> c T o o KB l a tt n U 11 I] a a n t A A *?$ -?& . \ a I! V D O ft. 83 (658). rrn ta Pi AtslC 1 * D(\ /VWt iWA/V m LI "9- o *o An All A n o 1=3 M S=3 oaa #1 00 d Illl <ff> . PANELS FROM THE TOMB OF ERTA-N-ANKH. 98 (1429). No.

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. No.PLATE 26. PANEL AND FALSE DOOR FROM THE TOMB OF KHNUM-HETEP. No. 61 (1148). 61 (1166).

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PLATE 27. 81 (1136). STELE OF SENNU AND THENTETS. No. .

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AND OTHER FRAGMENTS. 0=3 kMrt^oro _3t " d -O G<D H> <t>O rv CO 3 I 00 co 0) CO z 6 Z 6 ot .PLATE 28. STELE OF PENA. ARCHITRAVE OF NEKA-ANKH.

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80 (718). No. . FALSE DOOR OF UR-ARI-N-PTAH AND HIS WIFE KHENTI-KAUS.PLATE 32.

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PLATE 84 STELAE OF KARTA. z o g z 6 .

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PLATE 36. WALL FROM THE TOMB OF KARTA. .

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CS-CP do* L-IK? SI 8 CJ E o Go J .PLATE 37. FRAGMENT FROM THE TOMB OF KARTA AND STELE OF BEHENU.

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PLATE 39. <3 pO 6 g z 6 *-o <X<. MERER-AKER. w o on Z o co s . AND MENA. PANELS OF SENNA.

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PLATE 40. PANEL OF ANI. o .

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PLATE 41. STELAE OF PEPI-SED-HEB AND AN UNNAMED. [01 Z . CD co QO te -a H 6 rd 10 S^ f=7~J |)4O &-^.

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PLATE 42. CONE OF SEKHERF. V) cc III > LJ oc z Ul (0 K \li O CO 6 .

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Z CO 00 o . INSCRIPTION OF PEPI II AND OTHER FRAGMENTS.PLATE fc 43.

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.PLATE 48. ^# Dfl i_* 5 o- a Z o }> ooex. STELAE OF PERI AND OF NEBA. Z 6 .

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a> IQ CO 05 Z O .PLATE 46. STELE OF RUTCH-AHAU (UPPER HALF).

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fib o oeo< OJ c= JJ OOCrC H MI n QUO II If? -J <o 01 \1 o z o IK \-J N n H-O H Jj e % o= ooo< ^ Of] .Wz PLATE 47. STELE OF RUTCH-AHAU (LOWER HALF).dO KD a a ou OIO M Q D a 4-J D .

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4 B 4f O D <r B z o <Q . PANELS OF ANTEF-AKER AND KING NEB-HAPT-RA MENTUHETEP.PLATE 48.

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108 (614).PLATE 61. . No. JAMBS FROM THE TOMB OF THETHA. No. 1O2 (8146).

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HU <=a.I PLATE 52. LINTEL OF THETHA AND STELE OF SEN-BENNU. ^ fO 2 ID or 41 r-4 CD 6 It-O a Dtf III . H) 83 ot.

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o OJ z o .PLATE 53. STELE OF KAUR-ANTEF.

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STELE OF SEBEKAA. .PLATE 54. No. 120 (1372).

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.PLATE 66. STELE OF ANTEF SON OF MAIT.

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PLATE 66. 130 (131). . No. STELE OF AKERUR AND HIS FAMILY.

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