File Petrie MSS 1.27 - Petrie Journal 1909 (Thebes)

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Petrie MSS 1.27


Petrie Journal 1909 (Thebes)


  • 1909 (Creation)

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24 pages

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  • Journal letters.
  • January 18 to April 5, 1909, also an entry for December 12, 1909.
  • Handwritten.
  • Sites: Thebes, Memphis (Bedrashen; Badrashen).
  • Pages 5-8 by Hilda Petrie.

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  • Pages 1-8 and 11-18, originals in the Griffith Institute.
  • Pages 9-10 and 19-24, originals in the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, University College London.

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  • Photocopies of pages 9-10 and 19-24 in the Griffith Institute are made from the originals in the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, University College London.

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  • Petrie, W. M. Flinders, Memphis I (1909) (OEB 147104) (accessed 23/03/2018).

  • Petrie, W. M. Flinders, The palace of Apries (Memphis II) (1909) (OEB 147137) (accessed 23/03/2018).

  • Petrie, W. M. Flinders, Seventy years in archaeology [1931], 211-14 (OEB 147191).

  • Drower, Margaret S., Flinders Petrie: a life in archaeology (1985), 310-11 (OEB 29381).

  • Drower, Margaret S. (ed.), Letters from the desert: the correspondence of Flinders and Hilda Petrie (2004), 188-90 (OEB 154602).

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  • The journal has been transcribed by Cat Warsi; Francisco Bosch-Puche has proofread it and prepared it for publication on this website.

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