Subseries TAA i.3 - Tutankhamun excavation documentation: Howard Carter's notes on groups of objects for planned publication

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TAA i.3

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Tutankhamun excavation documentation: Howard Carter's notes on groups of objects for planned publication

Date(s)

  • c. 1922-1939 (Creation)

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33 folders

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(1874-1939)

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(1879-1940)

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(1867-1945)

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(23 April 1869 - 7 August 1949)

Archival history

Formerly in the possession of Howard Carter's niece, Miss Phyllis Walker.

Immediate source of acquisition or transfer

Donated by Miss Phyllis Walker in 1945.

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Scope and content

Howard Carter's notes on groups of objects intended for the scientific publication of Tutankhamun's tomb

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  • The notes are grouped thematically by object type
  • 33 groups arranged in alphabetical order

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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 scans in Griffith Institute.

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Publication note

  • Not published by Howard Carter

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Note

  • This group was not originally assigned a Tutankhamun MSS group number, and was referred to as "notes in hanging folders".

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