Progress op Egyptology.
Hatshepsut and her coronation, and those recounting the exj>edition to
Punt. Maspeeo, Journal des Savants, June, 1899, 337, 401, reviews the
Der el Bahri series so far as yet published. Max Mttller, Or. Litt. Zeit.
ii. 240, reviews the new volume.
Dba' abu'l Negga. In Zivei Beitmge iw Geschichte unci Topographie
der Thebanischen Necropolis im Neuen Heidi, Spiegelbeeg describes in
the first place some remains of the funerary temple of Amenhetep I., dis-
covered by him in 1896; in the second he proposes a plan for collecting
from graffiti on the spot, ostraca, papyri and inscriptions, all materials
relating to the administration of the necropolis of Thebes under the New
Kingdom. Several interesting unpublished specimens are given with
translations. The pamphlet is reviewed by Piehl, Sphinx, iii. 108, and
by Max Mullek, Or. Litt. Zeit. ii. 12.
The tomb of Sennefer (" tomb of the vines ") : the description continued
with an attempt to explain the curious funerary scenes so often shown in
tombs of the XVIIIth Dynasty : Vikey, Rec. de Trav. xxi. 127.
Abydos. Notes on the plans and inscriptions of the temples of Sety I.
and Barneses II. after recent clearances; supplementary to Mariette's
publication. Daressy, Bee. de Trav. xxi. 1.
Sharona. Description of the tomb of Pepyankh and of a tomb of the
Basse Epoque ; by Miss M. Beodeick and Miss A. A. Moeton,P. S. B. A.
Sakkaeeh. Inscriptions of the great tomb of Mera, with plan:
Daeessy, Joum. de I'Inst. Bgyptien, iii. 521; reviewed by M. Mulleb,
Or. Litt. Zeit. i. 359.
Sixaitic Pexixsula. Two graffiti from Wady Maghara from squeezes
by Dr. Euringer; Spiegelbeeg, Bee. de Trav. xxi. 51.
Floeexce. Saite stela of " Horus on the Crocodiles" held in the
hands of a statue : Pellegeixi, Accad. dei Line. 1898, 169. Inscriptions
on Canopic vases : id., Oiorn. delta Soc. Asiat. Ltal. xi. 73.
Some. A new edition of the historical inscriptions relating to the reigns
of Cambyses and Darius on the famous naophorus of the Vatican, with
four photographs: Maeeuchi, La Biographia di un per sonaggio politico
delV antico Egitto (Extr. from " Bessarione").
Paris. A number of stelae found by Mariette in the Serapeum and now
in the Louvre : Chassinat, Rec. de Trav. xxi. 56. The editor notes that
there is great difficulty in obtaining access to the originals and to the
records of their discovery, and that they are now much spoilt.
Stela with names of about the Xlth Dynasty belonging to M. de Saint
Marceaux, with photograph: Maspeeo, Rev. Arch, xxxiv. 321.