Egypt Exploration Fund   [Hrsg.]
Archaeological report: comprising the work of the Egypt Exploration Fund and the progress of egyptology during the year ... — 1904-1905

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tion, and the subject is worthy of such treatment. The tomb will occupy
two volumes under the title Ber Masiaba von Gemnikai, of which only the
first has appeared as yet.

Barsanti reports on the discovery of the Saite tomb of Hekemsaf, near
the Pyramid of Unas, with copies of the inscriptions completed by Prof.
Maspero. Ann. v. 69.

Gizeh. Mr. j. T. Dennis publishes the names of officials of the Old
Kingdom found in his excavations near the Pyramids in 1904-5.
P. S. B. A. xxvii. 32.

Usim. Various inscriptions. Spiegelberg, Bee. de Trav. xxvi.

Lower Egypt. Fragments of naos from blendes (sic?), and others
from Edku and Heliopolis. Kamal, Ann. v. 193. .

Sinai. R. Weill has completed his valuable Recueil des Inscription*
Egyptians du Sinai, by the issue of the second and third parts, containing
a corpus of the Egyptian inscriptions :

(1) From Wady Magharah—of Dynasties I (Semerkhet), III, IV, V,
VI (to Pepy I), XII (Amenemhat III and IV), with one of the joint
reign of Hatshepsut and Thutmose III.

(2) From Sarabit el Khadem, Dynasty XII (Amenenihat II—IV, and a
long series of undated inscriptions of the same period) Dynasty XVIII,
(Thutmose III—Amenhotep III), XIX, XX (Barneses III).

The work is reviewed by Wiedemann, 0. B. Z. viii. 13, and by
Andersson, Sphime ix. 41.

M. Weill also publishes an inscription of the Xllth Dynasty in Uec.
de Trav. xxvii. 38, and some new inscriptions from Sarabit el Khadem in
Sphinx ix. 63 et seqq.

(/>) From Museums: —

Cairo. Religious texts from the coliins of the Middle Kingdom.
Lacau, Bee. de Trav. xxvi. 224, xxvii. 53.

Results of re-examination of the squeezes of the Pithom stela by
Andersson and Sjoberg, in part with the help of the late K. PiBHL.
Sphinx viii. 223.

Alexandria. Egyptian inscriptions in the Museum. They are from
Upper Egypt and the Eastern Delta, as well as from Heliopolis and the
Western Delta. Daressy, Ann. v. 113.

Berlin. Prof. Schaefeu has given us an elaborate edition of the
inscription of Ikhernefert. The text was first published by Lepsius, but
its condition precluded a good copy being made in the early stages of
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