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Tanis

Tanis. Red granite column of Ramesses II, recut cartouches Osorkon II, found at Tanis February 1898, and view across the Sanctuary looking North.

Squeezes of Meroitic and related material

Meroitic and Related Material. Offering table with Meroitic script belonging to a Robert Garrett. With correspondence.

-Gebel Harden – Fragment of sandstone stela with Meroitic cursive text on both faces. With correspondence and extract from official report. TopBib.vii.272
-Meroë – No. 30, Takideamani. Sandstone offering-table. Berlin 2255. TopBib.vii.254
-Gebel Geili – Cartouche of a Meroitic king. With correspondence and copy. TopBib.vii.272
-Philae – Hadrian’s Gate. Meroitic texts (by Spiegelberg) [=Griffith, Meroitic Inscriptions ii, pls. XXXV-XL, Nos. 119-123]. TopBib.vi.255
-Kalâbsha – Meroitic cursive text of Blemmye King Kharamadēye. TopBib.vii.13(16)
-Amâra – Stela of Ademeqē, with Meroitic cursive text. TopBib.vii.164

Squeezes - Demotic

Griffith squeezes and other material connected with the publication of Catalogue of the Demotic Graffiti of the Dodecaschoenus.

For this publication Griffith used squeezes made by various people. Three identifiable groups, those made by Hess, Spiegelberg, and Roeder, have been catalogued separately. Only a few listed here have been attributed. The Catalogue, vol. i. pp. 4-7 gives details of the recording of the graffiti.

Unpublished graffiti, some equated with Roeder, Der Tempel von Dakke Nos. 2, 8, 9, 11,12, 18[a].

-El-Dakka - Nos. 1-3, 5, 8, 10, 12 (photograph by Breasted), 13, 14, 22, 23 - TopBib.vii.41
-Dendûr - No. 1, and photograph (by Blackman) One ‘opposite Dendûr, Ajûala (?)' - TopBib.vii.28
-Kalabsha - Nos. 1-4. Four unpublished. Letter from Maspero - TopBib.vii.11
-Ajûala No. 1 and photograph (by Blackman) - TopBib.vii.40
-Island of Bîga - Nos. 2-9 - One unpublished - TopBib.v.257
-Philae - TopBib.vi.206 - Nos. 2-4, 6, 15-23, 25-6, 28-32, 34, unpublished before 40, 46, 48, 54-6, 58-61, 64-5, unpublished (facsimile) after 66, 69-70, 76, unpublished before 85, 85, unpublished after 86, 87-9, 94-7, 100, 103-4, unpublished after 105, unpublished before 106, 107, unidentified tracing (not 108 as indicated), unpublished after 109, unpublished before 110, 111, unpublished after 111, 113, unpublished before 115, Nos. 115, 118, 120-2, 124, 127, 130, 135, 160-4, 187-9, unpublished after 192, 193-5, 204, 205, 212, 216-21, unpublished after 221, 227-34, 236, unpublished near 241 ? 242, 246-8, 251, 253, unpublished after 259, 261, 262(7), 275, 278, 286, 288, 291, 297-8, 300, 305-8, 311-13, unpublished after 313, 314, 316-9, unpublished after 319, 321, 325, 333, unpublished after 333, 334, unpublished before 335, unpublished after 335, 336-8, 340, 343, 353, 355-8, unpublished after 359, 360, 367-8, 373-5, unpublished after 375, 377, 390-3, 400, unpublished after 400, 403-7, unpublished after 407, 413-14, 418-19, unpublished among 419-425, 422-4, unpublished after 424, unpublished near 424 (?), 425, unpublished before 426, 426, 428, 434, 437, 439, 442-4, 446, unpublished before 447, 447-8.

Drawings prepared for plates:
-Maharraqa
-El-Daklca
-Dendûr
-Kalabsha
-Ajûala
-Qertassi
-Bîja
-Philae

Some proofs: Philae

Some descriptions and texts

-Griffith MSS 1.17.1, 2, 5, 5 verso, 7, 8: Stelae in Oxford, Queen's College, Nos. 1110 to 1113 [on loan to the Ashmolean Museum]. Smither, Paul C. and Alec N. Dakin, 'Stelae in the Queen's College, Oxford', in Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 25 (2) (1939), 157-165 (OEB 150464), plates XX [1, 2], XXI [5, 4].
-Griffith MSS 1.17.3, 4: Stelae in Brighton Museum - Ram of Amun in papyrus, XVIIIth Dynasty and Minhotep, XIIth Dynasty. Weigall, Arthur E., The funeral tablets in the Brighton Museum, in Proceedings of the Society of Biblical Archaeology 22 (1900), 272-273, with plates I and II (OEB 152091).
-Griffith MSS 1.17.4: Block statue of Minmosi, temp. Rameses II, in Brighton Museum. Clère, J. J., 'Deux statues 'gardiennes de porte' d'époque ramesside', in Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 54 (1968), 135-148 (OEB 12800), esp. 135-8, 142-5 with fig. 1 and plate XXI.
-Griffith MSS 1.17.4a verso: Ushabti in Brighton Museum.
-Griffith MSS 1.17.4b: Notes on objects in Brighton Museum.
-Griffith MSS 1.17.2 verso: Wooden mummy case in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum.
-Griffith MSS 1.17.6: Unidentified text.

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