Item Griffith MSS 1.23 - Block found at Birkdale by Mr Noton in 1904

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Griffith MSS 1.23


Block found at Birkdale by Mr Noton in 1904


  • 1904 (Creation)

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Nine pages in glassine envelope

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Block with names of Har[...], Kapermehet, [...]fankh, son of Harsiesi found at Birkdale by John Noton in 1904. Correspondence, rubbings, photographs and hand-copy with translation by Griffith.

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  • See 'Ein ägyptischer Grabstein in England gefunden', in Orientalistische Literaturzeitung 8 (1905), 73.

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