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-Qift (Koptos; Coptos).
-K.89 Offerers on Roman pylon
-K.90 Head of Isis, or queen.
-K.91 Piece of capital, Roman.
-K.92 Piece of column, Roman.

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-Qift (Koptos; Coptos).
-K.85-6 Lion's head spout sandstone. From Ptolemaic temple.
-K.87-8 Side chamber in Roman pylon to temple of Isis.

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-Qift (Koptos; Coptos).
-K.82 Foundation deposit of Ptolemaic temple. [Gilt limestone, Silvered wood Copper Lead various glasses Ores Pitch Vases.]
-K.81 Piece of statue of Ptolemy III
-K.83-4 Ptolemaic statue in sandstone. Found at back of great temenos.

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-Qift (Koptos; Coptos).
-K.76 Wall scene of Ptolemy I. Soter.
-K.77-80 Black basalt inscription of Senushepses [T22A-nw:nw:nw-A17-A51A-s] majordome of Arsinoe queen of Philadelphos, high official & rebuilder of the temple of Koptos. 110 cuits long. 40 wide. 15 high.

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-Qift (Koptos; Coptos).
-K.72 Black granite baboon Fuamerth high priest of Amen offering to Tehuti, on pectoral.
-K.72 [sic = K.73] Red granite stele (about 1 ton) 29th yr of Ramessu III
-K.74 Upper part of stele, limestone. Isit, daughter of Ramessu IV & queen Nubkhesdeb, offering to Haremkhuti & Osiris.
-K.75 Princess Isit (from above)

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-Qift (Koptos; Coptos).
-K.69 [and K.68] Black horn stone stele of Ramesses II (about 1 ton) found by the triad. [Reversed from squeeze.]
-K.70 Stela of an overseer of works at the Ramesseum & chief of police. Ramessu II burning incense before Isis of Koptos.
-K.71 Red granite head dress from a colossal statue of Rammessu II

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-Qift (Koptos; Coptos).
-K.49 From temple of XII dynasty.
-K.50 Inscription of Amenemhat III on a colossal vulture. (about a ton)
-K.51 Limestone steal of Ra hotep - see K.52-5 - giving his titles hitherto unknown [G5-V29-S34-G16-F12-s-r:a-M4-M4-M4-G8-M14-//] Found buried in a hole with the colossal vulture, beneath the floor of the sand bed of the Ptolemaic temple.

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-Qift (Koptos; Coptos).
-K.45 Granite jamb of Usertesen I
-K.48 Usertesen I, from a scene with Min.
-[K.47 Detail of head]

Modern negatives of Petrie's photographs from Italian museums

Modern negatives created from Petrie's original nitrate negatives which were then deaccessioned.

These photographs are the same as in the album of photographs from Italian museums (Petrie MSS 3.1), however, there is not a negative for every print. The following negatives are missing: 29, 36, 37, 81, 90, 98, 185, 213, 222, 226, 233, 234, 243, 274, 321, 352, 356, 368, 369, 413, 472 and 532.

Modern 35mm negatives of Petrie's photographs taken at the Giza Museum in Cairo

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.

Letter exchange between C. H. Read and Petrie

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 Journal 1893 to 1894 (Koptos)

-Journal letters.
-November 27, 1893, through to February 23, 1894.
-Petrie is at Koptos for the whole season where he was assisted by James Edward Quibell and Bernard Pyne Grenfell. Petrie discovered three temples and found evidence of constant occupation at the site, from the Predynastic period through to the Roman era. Petrie also discovered three Predynastic colossal statues of Min beneath a Ptolemaic pavement, one statue is now in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, and the other two are in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. Petrie's excavations at this site initiated the formation of the highly-regarded Egyptian workforce specialising in archaeological excavation and referred to as "Quftis".
-Site: Koptos (Coptos; Qift; Quft).

[861] Wooden statuettes XIX dyn. (Bulak)

-Kom Medinet Ghurab (‘Gurob’): wooden statuette of priestess holding Hathor sistrum (Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 802) and wooden statuette of Res (Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 814).
'Wooden statuettes XIX dyn.

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