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Arthur Rhoné Collection

  • Rhoné MSS
  • Sammlung
  • 1880s

Rhoné, Arthur

Additional volume [website]

Digital publication:

  • De Keersmaecker, Roger O. (2024), Travellers' graffiti from Egypt and the Sudan. [London]: Blurb (OEB 334316).
  • Content of the former website www.egypt-sudan-graffiti.be [no longer active], by Roger O. de Keersmaecker (1931-2020), with a collection of articles on specific travellers or groups of graffiti, a number of reviews of the author's previous publications, and some additional information supplementing the published volumes. This is supplemented with reprints of ASTENE Bulletin 77 (2018), p. 14 [review; see De Keersmaecker MSS 7.2 and 7.2A]; 82 (2020), p. 4-7 [obituary], and G/Geschiedenis 2020 (3), p. 64 [transfer of the archive to the Griffith Institute, University of Oxford].
  • Most of the graffiti date to the nineteenth century.

Volume X

Print and bound publication:

  • De Keersmaecker, Roger O. (2011), Travellers' graffiti from Egypt and the Sudan X: the temple of Kalabsha, the temple of Beit el-Wali. Mortsel (Antwerpen): Graffito-Graffiti (OEB 169306).
  • Great Temple of Mandulis (Kalabsha) [see TopBib vii.10-21] and Rock Temple of Beit el-Wali [see TopBib vii.21-27].
  • Most of the graffiti date to the nineteenth century.
  • It includes: author's personal stamp with address details on cover page; an attached page between p. 37-38 with two pictures of the Catholic cemetery on Mount Zion in Jerusalem on the recto and a picture of Cornelius Bradford's grave inscription on the verso (omitted from the PDF); and an attached page at the end with the author's biographical information (omitted from the PDF).

Volume XI

Print and bound publication:

  • De Keersmaecker, Roger O. (2011), Travellers' graffiti from Egypt and the Sudan, XI: Gebel el-Silsila: Great Speos of Haremhab, shrines, quarry and rock-stelae. Mortsel (Antwerpen): Graffito-Graffiti (OEB 169307).
  • Gebel el-Silsila: Great Speos of Haremhab [see TopBib v.208-213], shrines and rock-stelae [see TopBib v.213-218 and 220] and Quarries [see TopBib v.221].
  • Most of the graffiti date to the nineteenth century.
  • It includes: annotations in the form of checkmarks on p. 6-9, "o" marks on p. 9-10, and text on p. 7 with "DK 2011 (2) DK / DK 2011 (3) 2011 (4)"; and an attached page at the end with the author's biographical information (omitted from the PDF).

Additional volume I

Print and bound publication:

  • De Keersmaecker, Roger O. (2012), Travellers' graffiti from Egypt and the Sudan, additional volume [I]: the temples of Abu Simbel. Mortsel (Antwerpen): Graffito-Graffiti (OEB 169314).
  • The Temples of Abu Simbel [see TopBib vii.95-117].
  • Most of the graffiti date from the nineteenth century.
  • It includes: the annotation "I" on cover page; inserted loose pages between p. 37-38 with biographical information on Giovanni d'Athanasi (Dimitrios Papandriopulo) (1798-1854), together with an annotated card titled "1824 ABU SIMBEL" containing a list of four individuals with their dates and number references; inserted loose pages between p. 59-60 with information on graffiti by H. B. Humphrey's / [HB H] BO USA 1840, together with an extract from email correspondence; and an attached page at the end with the author's biographical information (omitted from the PDF).

Additional volume III part II

Print and bound publication:

  • De Keersmaecker, Roger O. (2013), Travellers' graffiti from Egypt and the Sudan, additional volume III: Napoleon Bonaparte in Egypt. Soldiers, artists and scholars. Part II: Portrait drawings by André Dutertre. With Supplement. Mortsel (Antwerpen): Graffito-Graffiti (OEB 204639).
  • Most of the graffiti date to the nineteenth century.
  • It includes: non-annotated sticky markers on p. 85 (= PDF p. 84), p. 101 (= PDF p. 100), p. 132 (= PDF p. 131) and p. 141 (= PDF p. 140) [they have all been removed].
  • The PDF also includes [Part III]: Supplement (= De Keersmaecker MSS 5.18) at the end, with a different page numbering.

Additional volume III part III

Print and bound publication:

  • De Keersmaecker, Roger O. (2013), Travellers' graffiti from Egypt and the Sudan, additional volume III: Napoleon Bonaparte in Egypt. Soldiers, artists and scholars. [Part III]: Supplement. Mortsel (Antwerpen): Graffito-Graffiti (OEB 204639).
  • Most of the graffiti date to the nineteenth century.
  • For a PDF, with a different page numbering, see De Keersmaecker MSS 5.17.

Additional volume III part I

Print and bound publication:

  • De Keersmaecker, Roger O. (2013), Travellers' graffiti from Egypt and the Sudan, additional volume III: Napoleon Bonaparte in Egypt. Soldiers, artists and scholars. [Part I]. Mortsel (Antwerpen): Graffito-Graffiti (OEB 204639).
  • Most of the graffiti date from the nineteenth century.
  • In the print volume two pages are numbered as p. 64 (the numbering is correct in the PDF).

Volume IX

Print and bound publication:

  • De Keersmaecker, Roger O. (2010), Travellers' graffiti from Egypt and the Sudan, IX: Thebes: the Ramesseum. Mortsel (Antwerp): Graffito-Graffiti (OEB 165004).
  • The Ramesseum [see TopBib ii.2.431-443].
  • Most of the graffiti date to the nineteenth century.
  • It includes: a loose page glued to p. 2 containing a review of the book by Gabriele Höber-Kamel and published in Kemet 2011 (2), p. 87, which is also present inserted at the end as p. 135, but with the number crossed out and replaced by "134"; and an attached page after p. 131 with the author's biographical information (omitted from the PDF).
  • The PDF includes additional pages not present in the print volume: a review of the book by Deborah Manley published in ASTENE Bulletin 46, 2010-2011 (p. 131-133).

Volume XII

Print and bound publication:

  • De Keersmaecker, Roger O. (2011), Travellers' graffiti from Egypt and the Sudan, XII: the Luxor Temple. Mortsel (Antwerp): Graffito-Graffiti (OEB 169308).
  • Luxor Temple [see TopBib ii.2.301-339].
  • Most of the graffiti date to the nineteenth century.
  • It includes: annotations on p. 55 with crosses and text "S. WEIR LEWIS / OF PHILADELPHIA, AGE 26 / WITH MAX"; a sticky note attached to the verso of p. 88 with the annotation "DR. DANIEL C. / McLEOD / US NAVAL / SURGEON"; and an attached page at the end with the author's biographical information (omitted from the PDF).
  • The PDF includes additional pages not present in the print volume: additional information on different individuals received from different sources (p. 111-115); biographical information on J. G. Vassar, with a portrait and the cover and an extract from Vassar, John Guy 1861, Twenty Years around the world. New York: Rudd & Carleton (p. 116-120); and additional information on G. W. Pratt (p. 121-122).

Index to volumes I-XII

Print and bound publication:

  • De Keersmaecker, Roger O. (2011), Travellers' graffiti from Egypt and the Sudan, supplement: total index for the 12 volumes. Mortsel (Antwerpen): Graffito-Graffiti (OEB 169305).
  • Most of the graffiti date to the nineteenth century.
  • It includes: index sections for the additional volumes I, II, III part I and II (Abu Simbel, Dendera, Napoleon Bonaparte in Egypt and "Index-DUTERTRE") (22 pages in total, all omitted from the PDF), with an annotation in the form of a cross next to "Platt, W. H." in the Abu Simbel section.

Additional volume II

Print and bound publication:

  • De Keersmaecker, Roger O. (2012), Travellers' graffiti from Egypt and the Sudan, additional volume II: the temple complex of Dendara. Mortsel (Antwerpen): Graffito-Graffiti (OEB 185328).
  • The Temple Complex of Dendera [see TopBib vi.41-110].
  • Most of the graffiti date from the nineteenth century.
  • It contains: attached pages at the end with the printed article Hallof, Jochen 1996. Besucherinschriften in den Tempeln von Dendera. Bulletin de l'Institut Français d'Archéologie Orientale 96, 229-244 (OEB 40093) (omitted from the PDF).

Volume II

Print and bound publication:

  • Keersmaecker, Roger O. De 2003. Travellers' graffiti from Egypt and the Sudan II: the temples of Semna and Kumma. Berchem (Antwerp): Graffito Graffiti (OEB 181113).
  • Semna West [see TopBib vii.144-151] and Semna East (Kumma) [see TopBib vii.151-156].
  • Most of the graffiti date to the nineteenth century.
  • It includes: annotations in the form of crossed out text on p. 2, highlighted lines on p. 17 and checkmarks on p. 22 and p. 38 (= PDF p. 40); inserted loose pages between p. 15-16 containing biographical information on George Waddington and Barnard Hanbury [an extract from Waddington, George and Barnard Hanbury 1822. Journal of a visit to some parts of Ethiopia. London: John Murray, p. 1-52; and a 2018 Wikipedia page on George Waddington]; and inserted loose pages at the end with "Additional information" on Elbert Ellery Anderson's graffiti at the temple of Kumma, biographical information, a portrait, and an obituary numbered as p. 47-52 (= PDF p. 61-66).

Volume III

Print and bound publication:

  • De Keersmaecker, Roger O. (2004), Travellers' graffiti from Egypt and the Sudan, III: Philae: The kiosk of Trajan. Berchem (Antwerp): Graffito Graffiti (OEB 179470).
  • Kiosk of Trajan [see TopBib vi.250].
  • Most of the graffiti date to the nineteenth century.
  • It includes: inserted loose pages between p. 64-65 (= PDF not numbered) with printed resources from the Internet [a WorldCat search on the publication and a 2019 Wikipedia page on Trajan's Kiosk]; and an extra p. 72 (omitted from PDF) containing "Additional Information from Andrew Oliver, USA" on the graffiti by Joseph Crenier and Friedrich Maximilian Hessemer on the monument.

Volume IV

Print and bound publication:

  • De Keersmaecker, Roger O. (2005), Travellers' graffiti from Egypt and the Sudan, IV: Elkab: the rock tombs. Berchem (Antwerp): Graffito Graffiti (OEB 177623).
  • El-Kab: the rock tombs [see TopBib v.176-185].
  • Most of the graffiti date to the nineteenth century.
  • It includes: the insertion of numbers, sometimes crossed out and corrected, on the pages with illustrations, together with a loose page at the end of the publication containing a list of the numbers given to the illustrations and two sticky notes attached to the title page and the verso of p. 6 (in the PDF, the illustrations are all moved to the end); inserted loose page between p. 2-3 with a review of this book by A. Bednarski published on www.PalArch.nl, webbased Netherlands scientific journal (2006) (see PDF p. 93); and a loose envelope between p. 12-13 containing an invitation from KU Leuven to a 2017 Egyptology lecture by Willy Clarysse.

Volume V

Print and bound publication:

  • De Keersmaecker, Roger O. (2006), Travellers' graffiti from Egypt and the Sudan, V: Thebes: the Temples of Medinet Habu. Mortsel (Antwerp): Graffito Graffiti (OEB 175493).
  • Theban Temples: Medinet Habu [ii2.460-532].
  • Most of the graffiti date to the nineteenth century.
  • It includes: the insertion of numbers on the pages with illustrations together with a loose page between p. 4-5 containing a list of numbers probably given to the illustrations (in the PDF, the majority of the illustrations are moved to the end); a sticky note attached to the verso of p. 32 with the annotation "S. 41 EST Mc VICKAE H / 1838 / PL XXVII / M Me VICKAE / 1838"; a loose entrance ticket to Medinet Habu between p. 37-38; inserted loose pages at the end with "Additional information" on Edward Joy Morris, Henry B. Humphrey, Lieutenant James MacKenzie, Captain J. Clunes, P. C. Trench, W. F. Williams, Duncan Pirie, M. Joseph, Giovanni Fiamingo, William Nathaniel Peach and Miles Ponsonby, numbered as p. 69-75; and the printed version of an unidentified drawing.

Volume VI

Print and bound publication:

  • De Keersmaecker, Roger O. (2008), Travellers' graffiti from Egypt and the Sudan, VI: Thebes: the mortuary temple of Sethos I (Qurna), the temple of Hathor (Deir el-Medina). Mortsel (Antwerp): Graffito Graffiti (OEB 170639).
  • Temple of Sethos I (Qurna Temple) [see TopBib ii2.407-421] and Temple of Hathor (Deir el-Medina) [see TopBib ii2.401-407].
  • Most of the graffiti date to the nineteenth century.

Volume VII

Print and bound publication:

  • De Keersmaecker, Roger O. (2009), Travellers' graffiti from Egypt and the Sudan VII: Karnak, Great Temple of Amun: Festival Temple-pillared hall (Tuthmosis III). Hypostyle-great columns 1-12 in central aisle (Ramesses III and IV), smaller columns 75 and 76 (Ramesses II and IV, Sethos I). Berchem (Antwerp): Graffito Graffiti (OEB 167462).
  • Karnak, Great Temple of Amun: Festival Temple (Pillared Hall) [see TopBib ii2.110-111], Hypostyle-great columns 1-12 in central aisle (Ramesses III and IV) and smaller columns 75 and 76 (Ramesses II and IV, Sethos I) [TopBib ii.2.50-51].
  • Most of the graffiti date to the nineteenth century.
  • It includes: the insertion of numbers, sometimes crossed out and corrected, on the pages with illustrations, together with two loose pages at the end of the publication containing a list of numbers given to the illustrations (in the PDF, the illustrations are all moved to the end); p. 79 with contact information and a list of the published volumes, and p. 80 "In memoriam" for his wife Helena (both omitted from the PDF); inserted loose pages at the end with an Internet article titled "Eureka in a Box" by Curtis Runnels published in Bostonia Winter 03-04 (three pages), email correspondence concerning a "Champoleon" graffito (two pages), an extract from Height, Sarah Rogers 1840. Letters from the Old World by a Lady of New York. New York: Harper & Brothers, p. 212-214 (3 pages), and a page titled "Karnak vol. VII. Addenda for Graffiti on Thutmosis III Festival Hall" (= PDF p. 82).
  • The PDF includes additional pages not present in the print volume: biographical note and portrait of Sarah Rogers Haight (1808-1881) (p. 83); title page of Height, Sarah Rogers 1840. Letters from the Old World by a Lady of New York. New York: Harper & Brothers (p. 84); and information on graffiti by Richard K. Haight and Sarah Rogers Haight (p. 85-86).

Volume VIII

Print and bound publication:

  • De Keersmaecker, Roger O. (2010), Travellers' graffiti from Egypt and the Sudan VIII: Elkab: the temple of Amenophis III. Mortsel (Antwerp): Graffito-Graffiti (OEB 164354).
  • El-Kab: Temple of Amenophis III [see TopBib v.188-189].
  • Most of the graffiti date to the nineteenth century.
  • It includes: annotations in the form of checkmarks and crosses on p. 23, 24, 44; inserted loose pages between p. 37-38 with the printed portraits of John Palmer Bruce Chichester and his wife Caroline Thistlethwayte, and attached extract of his article Keersmaecker, Roger O. de 2009. Two travellers' graffiti in the temple of Amenhotep III at Elkab. In Claes, Wouter, Herman de Meulenaere, and Stan Hendrickx (eds), Elkab and beyond: studies in honour of Luc Limme, 187-194. Leuven: Peeters (OEB 167998); p. 44 with contact information and a list of the published volumes, and p. 45 with the author's biographical information (both omitted from the PDF); and inserted loose pages at the end containing additional information on Elbert Ellery Anderson's graffiti, his portrait and an obituary (5 pages), and email correspondence (3 pages).

Volume I

Print and bound publication:

  • De Keersmaecker, Roger O. (2001), Travellers' graffiti from Egypt and the Sudan, I: the kiosk of Qertassi. Berchem (Antwerp): Graffito Graffiti (OEB 184624).
  • Early travellers' graffiti at Qertassi [see TopBib vii.6-8].
  • Most of the graffiti date to the nineteenth century.
  • It includes: the annotation "ACCESSION" on p. 6 (= PDF p. 8) and an annotated sticky note on p. 20 (= PDF p. 23).

Published volumes

A complete set of De Keersmaecker's publications on early travellers' graffiti from Egypt and the Sudan, presenting graffiti left by (mostly) European visitors at sites during the nineteenth century (print volumes and Word files).

  • Volumes I-XII
  • Index to volumes I-XII
  • Additional volumes [I], II, III.[I]-II-[III].

Most publications represent a single site or part of a site, and within each publication, the graffiti are organised in groups:

  • Graffiti with names with a date also recorded, arranged chronologically, supplemented by biographical information
  • Graffiti with names without accompanying dates, arranged alphabetically, supplemented by biographical information
  • 'Unclassifiable' graffiti, partial names or initials
  • Index of names
  • Photographs of a selection of graffiti
  • Short essays on individuals
  • Bibliography.

The Word files, from which the PDFs uploaded here have been created, seem to be the original version of the publications. They present some dissimilarities with the final print volumes. The set of print volumes contain some annotations and related loose documents, both added later by De Keersmaecker.

John Frederick Dewey Collection

  • Dewey MSS
  • Sammlung
  • c. 1980s - 2000s

Approximately 10,500 colour transparencies (35mm) mostly of Egypt (temples, tombs and other ancient monuments) [Dewey MSS 1], but also of different countries in the Middle East (Syria, Persia, Turkey, etc.) as well as the Far East [Dewey MSS 2]. They are cross-referenced with an extensive card index [Dewey MSS 3] and cover a period from the early 1980s until the early 2000s. They consist of images from virtually every site in the Egyptian Delta region and the Nile Valley.

Dewey, John Frederick

Amelia Ann Blanford Edwards Collection

  • Edwards A.A.B. MSS
  • Sammlung
  • 1856-1892
  • Album of drawings and watercolours made during Amelia Edwards's visit to the Dolomites.
  • Album of drawings and watercolours made during her visit to Egypt in 1873-4.
  • Album with 26 pencil sketches and one watercolour titled 'Small Egyptian Scraps, 1874', made during same visit to Egypt.
  • Album, notebook, packet containing an assortment of drawings, letters, and notes, another packet contains copies of deeds and accounts issued following her death.
  • Two watercolours of the temples on Philae island, assumed to have been painted by A. Edwards.
  • First edition of Amelia B. Edwards, Pharaohs, Fellahs and Explorers (1891); Kate Griffith's (née Bradbury) copy, with handwritten dedication to ‘My Katie - Novr. 1891 - A.B.E’.

Edwards, Amelia Ann Blanford

Battiscombe George Gunn Collection

  • Gunn MSS
  • Sammlung
  • c.1920s-1950

Notebooks, notes, articles (some unpublished), lecture notes, photographs, correspondence, squeezes, drawings, tracings, and casts.

Gunn, Battiscombe George

Lord Prudhoe Collection

  • Prudhoe MSS
  • Sammlung
  • 1827-1829

Typescript of journals (1827-1829) and negatives of drawings, mainly of Upper Nubia by Major Felix (1828).

Prudhoe, Lord

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