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Archaeological report: comprising the work of the Egypt Exploration Fund and the progress of egyptology during the year ... — 1893-1894

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and amethyst. Since the British bombardment of Alexandria, the ruins
and rubbish at this part of the shore have been done away with, so that
no further researches in this direction will be practicable.

Cecil Smith.


E. Reiseli. Die Mykenische Frage: in VerhandL der 42. Philologenvers., p. 97.

O. Crusius. Zur Topographic von Alexandria: in Fleckheisen's Jahrb.,band 145, p. 34.
A. Simaika. Essai sur la province romaine d'Egypte.

Lumbroso. Ossercaz. sulla storia greco-romana dell' Egitto: in Rendieonti della

R. Accad. dei Lincei, 1893, p. 241.
Tbe same. Progressi della Egittologia greco-romana negli ullimi venticinque aniti.

Roma, 1893.

J. Jung. Die rom. Verwaltungsbeamten in Agypten : in Wiener Studien, 1892, p. 227.

Untersuchungen in TJnteragypten und dem Fayum, insbes. uber das Labyrinth

den Moris-See und Portratbilderaus Grabem : Brugsch and others in Zeitschr.

fur Ethnologie, 1892, p. 416.
V. Minntoli. Uber die Pigmenie und die Maltechnih der Alten, insbes. uber die der

alien Agypten : in Technitche Mitlheil. fur Malerei, 1892, p. 192.

F. Krebs. 0riechische Sleininschriften aus Agypten : in Nachrichten von der k.

Gesellseh. der Wiss. zu Gottingen, 1892, p. 532.
R. Mo.vat. Symboles monetaires Ptolemaiques mis en rapport avec les feies Diony-

siaques d'Alexandrie: in Rev. Numism., 1893, p. 27.
Tli. Sohreiber. Die Alexandrinische Toreutik : Unlers. uber die (jr. GoldechmiedeJcunst

im Ptolemaerreiche. Leipzig, 1894.
A. Kiegl. Zur Frage dcs Nachlebcns der altcgyptischen Knnst in der spaten Antike.


The past year has not been marked by any discovery of the first
magnitude, but much useful work has been done in the way of pub-
lishing the materials which have been accumulated during the years
preceding it. These are, of course, chiefly papyri, and by far the greater
number of them belong to the uon-literary class of these documents ; but
it will be convenient to mention first such literary discoveries as have
been published during the past twelvemonth.

The largest of these is the Medical Papyrus in the Bjjjishjduseuin, to
which reference was made in last year's Report. Its existence was first
announced in the Classical Review in June, 1892, and it has now been

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