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Floral design

Floral design:
-pencil and ink sketch on paper, with pricked marks for pouncing technique
-20.1 x 22.7 cm
-[on sketch] 'BGRSBOBGRG / COYPGRG /GRGBOBPYPBOBGRG' (pencil notes)

Egypt. Ring with the names and epithets of Thutmose III, gold, provenance not known, now in London, British Museum, EA 71492

Gold ring of Thutmose III, provenance not known, but said to come from Saqqara, tomb of Djehuty, discovered in the 1820s, now in London, British Museum, EA71492 (TopBib viii), with details of front and back of hieroglyphic inscriptions:
-inked pencil drawings on paper
-11.2 x 16.5 cm

Egypt. Tell Atrib. Broken stick of Neferhotep, lector priest, probably New Kingdom, formerly in the collection of Rev. R. T. Lieder, and current location not known (copy of hieroglyphic inscription)

Copy of the hieroglyphic inscription on a broken stick of Neferhotep, lector priest, probably New Kingdom, formerly in the collection of Rev. R. T. Lieder, and current location not known, from Tell Atrib (TopBib iv.67A):
-pencil sketch on paper
-12.6 x 20 cm
-[on sketch] 'on a walking staff one line / Lieder's Collection 18 August 69' (ink note)

Egypt. Thebes. West Bank. Ramesseum. Hypostyle. Rear wall. West half

West half of the rear wall of the Hypostyle in the Ramesseum, on the West Bank of Thebes, not finished. Two registers: I, King running to Min and goddess. II, Two scenes, I. [King] before goddess making nini, 2, King receiving insignia and heb-sed wand from Amun and Mut. Base, a princess and eighteen princes, [break], two more princes (TopBib ii.438.(19)):
-pencil sketch on paper
-31.6 x 45.9 cm
-[on sketch] '16th / to the / centre' (pencil note)
-[on sketch] 'Ramesseum.' (pencil note, almost certainly by Dr Moss)
-[on sketch] encircled '13' (pencil note, almost certainly by Dr Moss)

Handwritten note

Handwritten note:
-ink text on paper
-11.5 x 11 cm
-[text]: 'You are not too late for the money - / What do you think we shall have to pay Abdorahman(?) / for the chalks? / Will you be so good as to see / what you can make of the / side chamber Karnac - Another / [?] ! [underlined] but we have the power / of cutting off his [?]. You / had better deduce it by Camera lucida / in order to get the two exact figures. / The small names of kings below must / be done in large over the plate'

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-Giza, Bulaq Museum.
-509 Sam of throne of Khafra. (cat. 64)
-510 Sam on throne of Khafra (cat. 64)
-511 Sam on throne of basalt Khafra. (cat 42)
-512 Sam on throne of basalt Khafra. (cat 46)

Page 35

-Giza, Bulaq Museum.
-523-4 Nameless statue of limestone, remarkable for detail of shoulders. Salle 2
-525-6 Statue of Anskha (circumcised) [D35-s-M12-H8-A]. Cat. 20.

Page 38

-Giza, Bulaq Museum.
-535 Seated figure, found 1893. (in glass case)
-536 Statue of Atep. (cat. 21) [i-t:p]
-537 Group of family - Salle 2 - man [h-t:n-A50A-s-i] wife [O10-n:D28-D28:D28] boy [R11-A50A-A50A-p-w-A]
-538 Head of Ptahshepses. Salle 2.

Page 40

-Giza, Bulaq Museum.
-543 Stela of [H-w-O7-O7-U33] and [k:t-i-s-n]. Salle 2
-544 Hotepheres [R4:(t*p)-Hr:r-s] & Ahat her daur. Ahat [i-H-A-t] & Sitmert [G39&t-U6-r:t] (Cat 23)
-545 Heknu and Ata performing. Stele of Ahat. (Cat 23)
-546 Lower part of stela of Shery [S:r-i-i] (rest of tomb at Florence & Oxford) (Cat.13)

Page 44

-Giza, Bulaq Museum.
-560 Nefert, queen of Usertesen II. (cat 122)
-561 Nefert. broken statue (cat. 122)
-562 Nefert: broken statue. (cat. 122)
-563 Sphinx of Sebekhotep III, & statues of XII dyn. (cat. 144)

Page 50

-Giza, Bulaq Museum.
-583-4 Head of a king in sandstone painted. (? Tutankhamen or Ay ?)
-586 Sculptor chiselling a shrine. (Cat. 169)
-587 Funeral of Hor Min. (Cat 172)

Page 54

-Giza, Bulaq Museum.
-600-1 Painted wooden door of Sennezem. (cat. 467) (taken askew to obtain room for the camera) [repeated]
-603 Scribe Amenhotep. painting on limestone. (cat. 544)
-604. Anubis, on limestone. (cat. 525)

Page 55

-Giza, Bulaq Museum.
-605 Ramessu IV & his lion, chasing Syrians, outline on limestone. (cat. 527)
-606 Dog hunting a lion. Red outline on limestone (cat. 528)
-607 Glazed inlays of Ramessu III Tell el Yehudiyeh. (cat. 472)
-608. "Fragments d'autels (?)" or tops of palm leaf capitals inverted.? Restored. In glass case. (cat. 463)

Page 57

-Giza, Bulaq Museum.
-613 Yellow sandstone altar of Haa.abra. (cat 242)
-614 Slab of Nekht.hor.heb. red granite. (cat. 246)
-625 Brown granite base of column. (cat. 244.)
-624 Trial piece in course of working. (cat. 557)

Page 59

-Giza, Bulaq Museum.
-[619-622 Series of reliefs from tomb of Psamtek.nefer.sam. (cat. 254)]

Notes on the pyramid of Abu Roash

Abu Rawash (Abû Rawâsh). Pyramid of Radjedef (Razedef).
Notes read:
'The pyramid of Abu Roash is perhaps before the fourth dynasty. Its builder was Ramen... [<-N5-mn-//->], probably one of the earlier unclassed Menkara kings, as Menkara of the fourth is known already at Gizeh, the third pyramid being his. the bit of cartouche I found on a scrap of a diorite statue(?) which lay among the chips of granite sarcophagus, &c, just before the doorway. That the pyramid was finished is clear by the finding of traces of sarcophagus & statue, and by the large heaps of chips of worked granite left around it, from cutting the granite casing to pieces at a later time.
The lining of the rock-hewn passage and chamber was torn out 40 or 50 years ago: the chamber, now 30x70 ft, would be narrowed by lining enough to be roofed by slanting slabs [drawing] as usual. That there was granite in part of the inside is shewn by the large heaps of chips reaching some way in front of the entrance.'

[66] Outer brickwork of tomb of Nefermat Medum.

Meidum (Maidum). Tomb of Nefermaat (Nefermaet).
Caption reads:
'Outer brickwork of tomb of Nefermat [F35*(U1:a):Aa11:t] Medum.
Shewing panelled or pilastered face outside the tomb,
and a court inside, both covered with white stucco.
The passage up to the stone door in stuccoed & painted.'

[60] "False door" of stone, seen in No 66.

Meidum (Maidum). Tomb of Nefermaat (Nefermaet). View showing Facade and Hall.
Caption reads:
'"False door" of stone, seen in No 66.
On the larger figures is seen the method of sinking holes in the
stone, to give a firmer hold to the inlaying of colored plaster
which is now removed.'

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