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- Petrie MSS 2.2
- June 1883
Photocopied extracts from W. M. F. Petrie journal entry for 21-06-1883, in which Petrie describes Egyptian objects on display in the Musée du Louvre, Paris.
- Petrie MSS 2.8
Three groups of material relating to the Petrie Journals.
-Original archive wrappings for Journals, as received, with notes and comments.
-Ann Petrie note dated November 1969 and a photocopy of a typewritten list of W. M. F. Petrie's publications.
-Photocopy of letter from Rachael Sparks, Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford, 07-03-2004, describing W. M. F. Petrie MSS in other repositories.
- Petrie MSS 3.1
- Petrie MSS 3.2
- 19-21 July 1954
Notebook containing legends copied by Jaroslav Černý on 19-21 July 1954 from album of photographs taken by W.M. Flinders Petrie of Egyptian objects in the Museums of Bologna, Florence and Turin in April 1893.
Note: Although these legends correspond with the album Petrie MSS 3.1 'Photographs of Egyptian Objects in the Museums of Bologna, Florence and Turin', they are not included in it. It is not known whether the photographs were rehoused or if there is a duplicate album with legends seen by Černý held elsewhere.
- Petrie MSS 3.4
Mounted prints of Petrie's photographs of Egyptian objects in the Museums of Bologna, Florence and Turin with typed captions. Photographs have been organised first by site and then by museum. The photograph numbers correlate with the album (Petrie MSS 3.1), legends copied by Černý (Petrie MSS 3.2) and negatives (Petrie MSS 3.3).
- Petrie MSS 5.1
- December 1897 - April 1898
Album with 30 photographs of excavations at El-Kab between December 1897 and April 1898, led by James Edward Quibell, assisted by his sister Kate Quibell and Annie A. Pirie (later Quibell).
Quibell, James Edward
- Petrie MSS 5.2
-Album titled 'Deshasheh 1897' containing photographs from Petrie's excavations at Deshasheh in 1897.
-The introduction on the third page reads: 'Deshaheh is a village on the western edge of the Nile Valley, about twenty miles south of the entrance to the Fayum. At about two miles back in the desert is a low range of cliffs about 80 ft high. The southernmost end of these cliffs is an isolated hill which contains the inscribed tomb of Anta and many unnamed tomb pits; the cliffs for half a mile north of this are pierced with many more tombs, and contain another inscribed tomb, of Shedu. A serdab of a great mastaba, now destroyed, contained the series of statues of Nenkheftka. While in the hill above was the tomb and coffin inscribed of his son Nenkheftek. The excavations were made in Feb. and March 1897 for the Egypt Exploration Fund. / W.M. Flinders Petrie. / The whole cemetery is of about the Vth dynasty 3600 BC.'
-The final 2 pages of photographs in the album (Petrie MSS 5.2.77-85) are of a statuette now in London, Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, 14210.
- Petrie MSS 7.1
Notebook 8, recording details of excavation at Ballas, tomb groups Q31a, Q32 and Q73-Q99, compiled by J. E. Quibell on behalf of Petrie. Photocopies of notebook cover and 47 notebook pages.
Quibell, James Edward
- Petrie MSS 7.2
Notebook 9, recording details of excavation at Ballas, tomb groups Q51 to Q71, compiled by J. E. Quibell on behalf of Petrie. Photocopies of notebook cover and 27 notebook pages.
Quibell, James Edward
- Petrie MSS 7.3
Notebook 11, recording details of excavation at Ballas, including tomb groups Q5 to Q36, compiled by J. E. Quibell on behalf of Petrie. Photocopies of notebook cover and 34 notebook pages.
Quibell, James Edward
- Petrie MSS 7.10
Digital copies of the microfiche created from W. M. F. Petrie's excavation notebooks and tomb cards held in the archive of the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, University of Oxford. Two CDs with Mac and PC versions.
- Petrie MSS 5.5
-Album containing photographs of Old (and also some Middle) Kingdom antiquities and monuments.
-Most of the photographs show the Giza pyramids, especially the Great Pyramid, as well as many private tombs.
-This album includes the photograph showing Petrie standing outside the tomb he lived in the early 1880s when surveying the pyramids (Petrie MSS 5.5.23c [upper right]).
-Other sites in this album include pyramids, tombs and other monuments at Saqqara, Meidum, Dahshur, Abusir, Hawara, Zawyet el-Amwat and Biahmu.
- Petrie MSS 5.6
Album containing photographs of Middle Kingdom, New Kingdom and Late Period antiquities and monuments, as well as some Ptolemaic, Roman, Coptic and Arab.
- Petrie MSS 6.1
Album, 24 x 30 cm, “SCRAPS” impressed on the cover, 52 pages, most photographs glued onto the page (using stamp-papers) or mount-slots cut into the page. Most of the photographs are commercial picture cards of locations in the United Kingdom, typically measuring 6.5 by 10.5 cm, many with printed captions, as well as Petrie's annotations. These were presumably purchased by Petrie when travelling around the country. The majority of the photographs are commercial images. Most of the photographs are listed in the order they are presented in the album.
-Tunbridge Wells, Rusthall Rocks, High Rocks
-Carshalton Church, Surrey
-Broad Street, Hereford
-Clifton Suspension Bridge
-Bristol Cathedral (interior)
-St Mary Radcliffe Church, Bristol
-Cheddar Gorge (two 10 x 16 commercial prints)
-St Mary Magdalene Church, Taunton
-Wells Cathedral (interior)
-Charmouth (multiple views, where Petrie was born and grew-up, includes a view of “our old house / Montefiore's”)
-Whitchurch Canonicorum Church
-Lyme Regis, landslip near
-Exeter Cathedral (interior)
-Sudley House, near Liverpool
-Ben Leagach, Glen Torridon
-Family group in the garden of a house (annotated: “Mrs Y., Mary, Wm., C. Mr. Y. Fred & Cecy”)
-Rochester, Cathedral and Castle
-Dover Castle, St Mary in Castro [church with Roman lighthouse]
-Reculver, St Mary’s Church
-Sandwich, St Peter’s Church, St Bartholomew’s Chapel
-Stonehenge [Petrie’s own photos?]
-Cromlech, The Devil’s Den
-Southampton, Bargate and The Arcades
-Drewsteignton, Cromlech, “The Three Spinsters”
-St Austell, Holy Trinity Church
-Bloomer Cut, near Auburn, CA
-Kessler Peak, Cottonwood Canyon, UT
-Giza, Great Sphinx and Khufu Pyramid
-“Bp. Crowther’s residence / Gbebe / River Niger”.
-Melbourne (views from the Botanic Gardens, Fitzroy Gardens, The Treasury, the Yarra at Studley Park)
- House 13, Masset, BC
-"The Blind Beggar” by J. L. Dyckmans, National Gallery
-“The Reading Girl (La Leggitrice)” by Pietro Magni, National Gallery
-Photograph of a young man standing at the base of a rock formation. Perhaps W. M. F. Petrie? Location, probably United Kingdom, Cheddar Gorge?
-Christmas greetings card addressed to Mrs Petrie [W. M. F. Petrie’s mother] from Elizabeth Flinders Naylor, 1891
-Engraving of an ancient Egyptian bronze statuette or coffin of a bat
-Portrait of Lord Shaftesbury (Anthony Ashley Cooper, 7th Earl of Shaftesbury) (1801-1885)
Petrie, (Lady) Hilda Mary Isabel
- Petrie MSS 6.2
Album, 36 x 24.5 cm, "Post Card Album” impressed on the cover, 38 pages with 192 postcards. Most of the postcards have not been used, those which have been posted are all addressed to Alfred Lionel Lewis (d. 1920), a Prehistorian and Vice President of the Royal Anthropological Institute. The Pitt-Rivers Museum, Oxford, also possesses a collection of Lewis’ scale models of prehistoric monuments. Most of the postcards are listed in the order they are presented in the album.
- Les Eyzies-de-Tayac-Sireuil (series produced during the C. Hauser excavations)
-Gurat, église monolithe Saint-Georges
-Lanterne des Morts (Charente, Quercy, Cellefrouin, Château-Larcher, Vivonne)
-Aubeterre, l’eglise Saint-Jean
Several series of postcards produced for congresses
-Congrès Préhistorique de France, Autun, 1907 (Alise-Sainte-Reine, Mont Beuvray, Camp de Chassey, Solutré-Pouilly)
-IVe Congrès préhistorique de France, Cambéry, 1908 (Pierre-Châtel, Saint-Saturnin, Aiguebelette, Aix-les-Bains, Butte de Montjay, La Balme, Lac du Bourget)
-Ve Congrès préhistorique de France, Beauvais, 1909 (Trie-Château, Champignolles, Villers-Saint-Sépulcre, Champlieu, Sainte-Geneviève, Beauvais)
-XIVe Congrès d’Anthropologie et d’Archéologie préhistoriques, Genène, 1912 (small flint figures)
-Coria (Corbridge; Corstopitum) (objects)
-Penrith, “Giant’s Grave”
-Aylesford pit Kent, Bennett Coll.
Objects in museums
-Colchester Corporation Museum (The Colchester Vase, British 1st and 2nd Century vessels)
-Glastonbury Bronze Bowl
-Oxford, Ashmolean Museum (Knossos, great store-jar and fresco-painting)
-Westminster Abbey, funerary wax effigies of British Kings and Queens
Petrie, (Lady) Hilda Mary Isabel
- Petrie MSS 2.3
Handwritten copies, created by Kate Bradbury (m. Griffith), excerpts of Petrie's journals from December 1893 to January 1897. Presumably created by Bradbury when the Petrie journals were circulated to friends and sponsors. The excerpts include:
-Pages 1-9 - February-April 1893 - Petrie photographing objects in the museums in Bologna, Florence, and Turin, as well as visits to archaeological sites in Italy including Pompeii.
-Pages 11-51 - 1893-4 - excavations at Qift (Koptos).
-Pages 52-81 - 1894-5 - excavations at Tukh (Nubt), Ballas and Naqada, Petrie assisted by J. E. Quibell, B. P. Grenfell and Hugh Price.
-Pages 82-90 - 1895-6 - excavations at Thebes including the Ramesseum, Temple of Thutmose IV and the Temple of Amenophis II.
-Pages 91-119 - 1896-7 - excavations at Beni Mazar and Bibeh.
- Petrie MSS 2.7
Correspondence exchanged between Charles Hercules Read and W. M. F. Petrie in 1907, two letters and one draft letter.
-C. H. Read to Petrie, 27-03-1907, 2 pages, comparing the scale of excavations in Egypt undertaken by the Germans and Americans and that the British were falling behind.
-Petrie to C. H. Read, not dated but presumably 1907, 3 pages, a draft of the reply in response to Read's letter of 27-03-1907, refutes Read's statement, and to the contrary, the British were in fact 'leading the way', describes his excavations in the Palace of Apries at Memphis, has funding for excavating in Egypt for the next 5 to 10 years, and the British Society of Antiquaries need to continue its support of British excavations.
-Petrie to C. H. Read, 27-05-1909, 1 page, the Hilton Price collection sale at Sotheby's.
- Petrie MSS 4.1
Modern negatives created from Petrie's original nitrate negatives which were then deaccessioned.
These photographs were numbered by Petrie himself and are the same as in the album of photographs entitled 'Koptos and Ghizeh Museum' (Petrie MSS 5.4, specifically Petrie MSS 5.4.30-61), except for 516, 518, 552, and 570.
Note: Only digital versions of the negatives nos. 516, 518, 552 and 570 (which are not present in the album Petrie MSS 5.4) are included here. Links to the original prints in the album are included for the remaining entries instead. The following negatives are missing (only prints in the album exist): 502, 504, 550, 592, 609, 611 and 616.