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Upper: top and side views of knob inscribed with the cartouches of Amenhotep III, not identified, with measurements; lower: sketch of a box, not finished

Upper: top and side views of knob inscribed with the cartouches of Amenhotep III, not identified, with measurements; lower: sketch of a box, not finished:
-ink (blue and black) drawings and pencil sketch on paper
-loose
-20.7 x 22.6 cm
-[on drawing] '1 " 9/10' (black ink note)
-[on drawing] '1 " 6/10' (black ink note)

Egypt. Memphis. Pyramid-fied of Giza. Necropolis. West Field. Cemetery en Echelon - South part. Tomb G 5210 of Khemtnu. Chapel. False-door of deceased

False-door of deceased in the chapel of the tomb G 5210 of Khemtnu, in the South part of the Cemetery en Echelon, on the West Field of the Necropolis in the Pyramid-field at Giza (TopBib iii2.155(4)), with measurements:
-pencil sketch on paper
-loose
-23.8 x 19.1 cm
-[on sketch] '1.3 / 2.9 / 1.3 / 1.8 / 22 1/2' (pencil notes)

Journals

The Journals, or more correctly journal-letters, cover 38 seasons, with a date range of 1880-1 to 1928-9, which cover Petrie’s first season in Egypt (measuring the Pyramids at Giza) through to 1928-9 (Petrie’s excavations at Tell Fara in Palestine). There are approximately 5,000 journal pages.

The earlier handwritten Journals are by Petrie, then following his marriage in 1897, much of the writing was compiled by his wife, Hilda.

A basic presentation of three of these journals is available on the Griffith Institute website, see the entries for the first three journals for further information.

Egypt. Thebes. East Bank. Karnak. Great Temple of Amun. Tenth Pylon

View of North face of Tenth Pylon of Great Temple of Amun at Karnak, on the East Bank of Thebes (TopBib ii2.186):
-pencil sketch on paper
-mounted
-29.8 x 14.9 cm
-[on mount] 'Karnak' (pencil note, almost certainly by Dr Moss)
-[on mount] encircled '3' (pencil note, almost certainly by Dr Moss)
-[on mount] '6' (black ink note, previously '4', almost certainly by Bonomi)

Leningrad, 07/04/1930

Letter from Vasilij Vasilievich Struve to T. E. Peet. Leningrad, 07/04/1930 (no envelope). References to suggestions made by Peet on Struve’s publication and note on small hieratic texts in the Hermitage Museum that Struve intends to publish.

Batz, 22/08/1926

Letter from Otto Neugebauer to T. E. Peet. Göttingen, 12/04/1926 (no envelope). Asking for information on the JEA; reference to work by Gunn, Archibald and Chace; results of Neugebauer's work on fractions and forthcoming publication.

Göttingen, 12/04/1926

Letter from Otto Neugebauer to T. E. Peet. Göttingen, 12/04/1926 (no envelope). Ask for information on the JEA; reference to work by Gunn, Archibald and Chace; results of Neugebauer's work on fractions and forthcoming publication.

Providence, RI, 29/09/1930

Letter and typescript from Arnold Buffum Chace to T. E. Peet. Providence, RI, 29/09/1930 (no envelope). Reference to a review Peet is planning to write on Chace's publication and five-page typescript with "Notes on Problem 51 of the Rhind Mathematical Papyrus".

Providence, RI, 06/12/1929

Letter from Raymond Clare Archibald to T. E. Peet. Providence, RI, 06/12/1929 (no envelope). Comments on Gunn, Battiscombe and T. Eric Peet, "Four geometrical problems from the Moscow mathematical papyrus", in Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 15 (3/4) (1929), p. 167-185 (OEB 141000).

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