Birch, Samuel   [Hrsg.]
Catalogue of the collection of Egyptian antiquities at Alnwick Castle — London, 1880

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INDEX.

Urneb, Sebakhotep son of, 279; Shepsi
daughter of, ib.

Userhatt, inscription concerning him on a
chair leg, 77

Usersen, son of Apa, figure of, 60—62

Usertesen I., king, cylinder inscribed with
name of his chamberlain, 156; prenomen,
Ra %eper ka, of, on a scarab, 134; his me-
morials preserved by Thothmes III., 134;
tablet dated in 13th year of, 266 ; altar of
libations to, 267

Usertesen II., king, votive tablet dated on the
1st year of, 268, 269

Usertesen III., king, tablet dated in his reign,
270

Usertesen, figure of, on a tablet, 282
Usertesenankh, tablet of, 270
Usertesen-sha, figure of a chief in the palace
of, 62

Uta, Uahabra, son of, 257; son of Tephkratkhen,
sepulchral figure of, 259

V.

Variant forms of words, 42

Vase of the 4th dynasty, 182

Vases, models of, 64; for cosmetics, 97—102 ;
engraved on a scarab, 109 ; periods, mate-
rials and characteristics of, 172; Egyptian
inferior to the Greek, 173 ; inscribed, 174,
175 ; set of, 178 ; for stibium, 178,179,182 ;
sepulchral, described, 328

Vegetable substances, variety and uses of, 183
—185

Victims, emblems of sacrificial, 47
Vipers' heads, amulets in shape of, 225
Viscera of the dead scattered to the four car-
dinal points, 329
Votive tablets, 267, 268

Vulture, figure of a, 48 ; emblem of the goddess
Mut, 50;. emblem of the goddess Neneb or
Nenesem, figure of, 50 ; pendant, 85

W.

Wady-Magarah, fragment from a rock at, 339
Walking-sticks, 186, 187

Wardrobes, contents of, depicted on coffins, 80
Waters, Taur presiding over the, 37; circle or

orb of the, 308, 318
Waxen figures, 14

Weapons, various, sculptured on a bas-relief,
59 ; variety of, 186—188

Weight, bronze, of a Roman steelyard, 342;
square inscribed bronze weights, 342, 343;
cheese-shaped, 343

Wei ying wa, a Chinese poet, quotation of a
verse by, on a bottle, 344

Wood carving, fine example of, 98

Wooden figures, 3, 4, 54 et seq.; of animals,
deposited in tombs, 40 ; tablets, 263 ; sepul-
chral tablet, description of, 319, 320 ; speci-
mens, 321—323

Writing utensils, method, manufacture and uso
of, 189—192
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