In the present issue, the principal place is taken by Mr.
Hogarth's Report on his Excavations at Alexandria, with
Mr. Benson's note thereto. The map which illustrates these
has been drawn by Mr. F. W. Green, from a sketch by Mr.
Hogarth. As no further record of these excavations will be
published, this report is of special value. It is followed by
M. Naville's account of the latest results of the excavation
in the temple of Queen Hatshepsut at Heir el Bahari. This
temple is now almost completely cleared.
One section of the Society's work, the Archasological Survey,
is not represented by any special report. A few words may
therefore be said in this place. The Survey must still proceed
with a close regard to economy. In England our work has
consisted in issuing two volumes of " El Bersheh," and in
preparing for the publication of a series of coloured fac-
similes of hieroglyphs and details from the scenes at Beni
Hasan. In order to complete certain sections of these subjects,
Messrs. Carter and Brown spent three weeks at the tombs
on their return journey from Deir el Bahari. We do not lose