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William Matthew Flinders Petrie Collection

  • Petrie MSS
  • Collection
  • 1860s-2004

Papers of William Matthew Flinders Petrie including journals covering 38 seasons (1880-1929) and photographs of excavations. The collection also includes secondary material associated with Petrie's journals, photographs of objects in museums, souvenir photographs and photocopies of material held at the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, University College London.

Petrie, (Sir) William Matthew Flinders

Petrie Journal 1885 to 1886 (Naucratis, Nabesha, and Dafana)

-Journal letters
-November 23, 1885, to June 1, 1886.
-Handwritten.
-Petrie, assisted by F. Ll. Griffith and E. A. Gardner, resumes excavating at Naucratis. In January 1886, Gardner is left to continue excavating at Naucratis while Petrie and Griffith begin excavating at Nebesha. At the end of March 1886, Petrie moves to Dafana and excavates there.
-Main sites: Naucratis (Naukratis), Nabesha (Tell Nebesha; Tell Farun), and Dafana (Tell Dafana; Daphnae).
-Other sites: Tanis (San el-Hagar).
-Pages 7-9 and 45-6 are copies of letters by Petrie's mother Anne.

Petrie Journal 1887 to 1888 (Medinet el-Faiyum and Hawara)

-Journal letters.
-December 5, 1887, through to May 12, 1888.
-Handwritten.
-Petrie begins the season excavating in the temple of Sobek at Medinet el-Faiyum, then moves on to Hawara where he surveys the pyramid, as well as finding many mummy-portraits from the Roman Period cemetery there.
-Main sites: Medinet el-Faiyum and Hawara.
-Other sites: Byahmu (Biyahmu), Medinet el-Gurob (Ghurab; Gourob).

Handwritten copy of Petrie Journals 1893-1897

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.

Griffith, Kate

Handwritten copy of Petrie Journals 1897-1901

Handwritten copies, created by Kate Bradbury (m. Griffith), excerpts of Petrie's journals from November 1897 to February January 1901, notes associated with the journal and copy of the N. de Garis Davies journal for 1898 to 1899. Presumably created by Bradbury when the Petrie journals were circulated to friends and sponsors.
-Pages 1-21 - 1897-8 - Excavations at Dendera of the mastaba tombs and cemetery, also a description of a trip into the desert around Dendera, Petrie assisted by A. C. Mace and N. de Garis Davies.
-Pages 23-39 - 1898 to 1899 - Excavations at Hu (Diopolis Parva), Petrie assisted by A. C. Mace, and D. Randall-MacIver.
-Pages 40-51 - 1899 to 1900 - Excavations at Abydos, Umm El Qa‘ab.
-Pages 52-58 - 1900 to 1901 - Excavations at Abydos, Umm El Qa‘ab.
-Pages 59-62 - 1901 to 1902 - Excavations at Abydos, temple and cemeteries.

-Pages 63-73 - loose items associated with the notebook, some related to Petrie’s journals.

-Pages 74-76 - Excerpts from Norman de Garis Davies journal - 1898-1899 - Excavating the tomb of Ptah-hotep at Saqqara, includes a brief letter and note in Davies' hand.

Griffith, Kate

[Left and middle] Two jars, provenance unknown, now in Turin, Museo Egizio, 3305-3306; [right] statue of Senusert, ivory, late Dyn. XIII or Dyn. XIII, provenance not known, now in Turin, Museo Egizio, 3045

[Left and middle] Two jars, provenance unknown, now in Turin, Museo Egizio, 3305-3306; [right] statue of Senusert, ivory, late Dyn. XIII or Dyn. XIII, provenance not known, now in Turin, Museo Egizio, 3045.

Caption copied by Černý in Petrie MSS 3.2: 'Limestone vases of [ḫȝstjj] / Hard white limestone statue of [S-n-wsrt] [sḥḏ-šmsw / S-n-wsrt nb jmȝḫ / jr n Ḥnwt] "ivory" in Cat. Turin Cat. 3045'.

[Upper left] Stela of Weri and woman Tjembu, early Dyn. XVIII, provenance not known, now in Florence, Museo Archeologico, 2511; [upper middle] stela of Senusertankh, end of Dyn. XII or Dyn. XIII, provenance not known, now in Florence, Museo Archeologico, 2579; [upper right] stela of Temer with his wife Wer(t) and Peninheret, early Dyn. XVIII, provenance not known, now in Florence, Museo Archeologico, 2498; [lower] see Petrie MSS 3.1.29

[Upper left] Stela of Weri and woman Tjembu, early Dyn. XVIII, provenance not known, now in Florence, Museo Archeologico, 2511; [upper middle] stela of Senusertankh, end of Dyn. XII or Dyn. XIII, provenance not known, now in Florence, Museo Archeologico, 2579; [upper right] stela of Temer with his wife Wer(t) and Peninheret, early Dyn. XVIII, provenance not known, now in Florence, Museo Archeologico, 2498; [lower] see Petrie MSS 3.1.29.

Caption copied by Černý in Petrie MSS 3.2: 'Tablet of [Ṯmbw] Cat. 1554 / [T-mr] Cat. 1555 F / see next, 29'.

[Left] Stela of Iatu, late Dyn. XII to XIII, provenance not known, now in Florence, Museo Archeologico, 2520; [right] stela of Siptah with his wife Tepetnofru and family, Dyn. XIII, from Thebes, now in Florence, Museo Archeologico, 2553

[Left] Stela of Iatu, late Dyn. XII to XIII, provenance not known, now in Florence, Museo Archeologico, 2520; [right] stela of Siptah with his wife Tepetnofru and family, Dyn. XIII, from Thebes, now in Florence, Museo Archeologico, 2553.

Caption copied by Černý in Petrie MSS 3.2: 'Tablets of [Ḥp-Jʿtw] Cat. 1560 / of [Sȝ-Ptḥ] 1561 F'.

[Left] Statue, not identified, now in Turin, Museo Egizio; [right] man flanqued by two smaller figures of women, granite, in inscribed naos with offering-table in front, limestone, late Dyn. XII, provenance not known, now in Turin, Museo Egizio, 3082

[Left] Statue, not identified, now in Turin, Museo Egizio; [right] man flanqued by two smaller figures of women, granite, in inscribed naos with offering-table in front, limestone, late Dyn. XII, provenance not known, now in Turin, Museo Egizio, 3082.

Caption copied by Černý in Petrie MSS 3.2: 'Unnamed statuette. T'.

[Left] Stela of Sebekaa-hotep, sandstone, 1st Int. Period, provenance not known, now in Florence, Museo Archeologico, 7590; [right] upper part of the stela of Mentuhotep and his wife Du, Dyn. XI, from Thebes, now in Florence, Museo Egizio, 7592

[Left] Stela of Sebekaa-hotep, sandstone, 1st Int. Period, provenance not known, now in Florence, Museo Archeologico, 7590; [right] upper part of the stela of Mentuhotep and his wife Du, Dyn. XI, from Thebes, now in Florence, Museo Egizio, 7592.

Caption copied by Černý in Petrie MSS 3.2: 'Tablet of [Sbk-ʿȝ-ḥtp] F'.

[Upper second from left] Relief fragment, remains of offering-text (from wall of tomb), Old Kingdom, provenance not known, now in Florence, Museo Archeologico, 2573; [upper second from right] fragment of a pilaster showing Nebes before offerings, Old Kingdom, provenance not known, now in Florence, Museo Archeologico, 2519; [upper right] stela fragment with the remains of an autobiographical text, provenance not known, now in Florence, Museo Archeologico, 7595; [lower left] stela of Antefoker in a boat, Dyn. XI(?), from Thebes, now in Florence, Museo Archeologico, 7594; [lower right] stela of Nefern(a)iy, mid-Dyn. XIII, provenance not known, now in Florence, Museo Archeologico, 2590

[Upper second from left] Relief fragment, remains of offering-text (from wall of tomb), Old Kingdom, provenance not known, now in Florence, Museo Archeologico, 2573; [upper second from right] fragment of a pilaster showing Nebes before offerings, Old Kingdom, provenance not known, now in Florence, Museo Archeologico, 2519; [upper right] stela fragment with the remains of an autobiographical text, provenance not known, now in Florence, Museo Archeologico, 7595; [lower left] stela of Antefoker in a boat, Dyn. XI(?), from Thebes, now in Florence, Museo Archeologico, 7594; [lower right] stela of Nefern(a)iy, mid-Dyn. XIII, provenance not known, now in Florence, Museo Archeologico, 2590.

Caption copied by Černý in Petrie MSS 3.2: 'Tablet of [Nb=s] Cat. 1536 F / [Jn-jt=f]'.

[Left] Stela of Ibi, late Dyn. XII to XIII, provenance not known, now in Florence, Museo Archeologico, 2512; [right] stela of Khuu and his wife Ankhitet, 1st Int. Period, from Gebelein, now in Florence, Museo Archeologico, 7588

[Left] Stela of Ibi, late Dyn. XII to XIII, provenance not known, now in Florence, Museo Archeologico, 2512; [right] stela of Khuu and his wife Ankhitet, 1st Int. Period, from Gebelein, now in Florence, Museo Archeologico, 7588.

Caption copied by Černý in Petrie MSS 3.2: 'Tablet of [Ḫww] F'.

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