Item Carter MSS i.J.238 - Thebes. Birabi. Asasif. Carnarvon-Carter excavations. Site 14: box, photograph

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Carter MSS i.J.238


Thebes. Birabi. Asasif. Carnarvon-Carter excavations. Site 14: box, photograph


  • c. 1907-1911 (Creation)

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2 photographs

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This material was sent to the Griffith Institute by Mr Walter Hauser from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, in 1955.

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Howard Carter's photograph, wood box painted white, probably the box described as having hieratic texts on underside of lid (see Carnarvon and Carter publication), one text mentioning Amenrepet, Overseer of workmen, Site 14, Carnarvon-Carter excavations, Asasif, Thebes.
Includes duplicate photograph.

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Property of the Griffith Institute. No restrictions.

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Copyright Griffith Institute, University of Oxford.

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Archived scan in Griffith Institute.

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  • See Carnarvon, Earl of and Howard Carter (eds) 1912. Five years' explorations at Thebes: a record of work done 1907-1911, p. 50 [6] (probably this).

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