Memeptah to their correct places in the wall. and republishes portions of
tlie inscription affectée! by tbe discovery. Rec. de Trav. xxxi. 176.
West Bank. Tbe inscriptions of tbe temple of Thotb, south-west of
Medinet Habu, built in tbe reign of Ptolemy Energetes II. Mallet, Le
Kasr cl-Agouz (Mém. of the Frencb Institute, tome XI.).
Elaborate édition of tbe inscription of the rules for viziers in the tomb
of Eekhmare and otber tombs of viziers (with new readings from the
originals by 1ST. de G. Davies). Sethe, Die Mnsetzung des Veziers tinter der
18. Dynastie (Untersuchungen V. 2). Eeviewed by W. Max Muller,
O.L.Z. xiii. 172.
The cofïins of the royal cachettes of Deir el-Bahari and Biban el-Moluk,
the inscriptions being fully copied, and the royal coffins ranging from
Dyn. XVII. to Dyn. XXI. illustrated by pbotographs, the whole forming a
thick volume of the Catalogue of the Cairo Muséum. Daressy, Cercueils
des Cachettes royales.
Decree of Ain mon for tbe déification of the deceased high-priest Pinetem,
resembling that for his wife Neskhons, transcribed from tbe hieratic, with
some suggestions for tbe genealogy of the priest-kings of Dyn. XXI.
Daressy, Mec. de Trav. xxxii. 175.
Text parallel to the introduction to the Prisse papyrus transcribed from
a hieratic tablet found by Lord Carnarvon at Drah abu'l-Negga. Maspero,
Rec. de Trav. xxxi. 140.
Coptos. Base for a group of deities with naine of Ptolemy Auletes.
Daressy, Ann. x. 36, cf. Covington, ïb. 34.
Wady Hammamat. Graffiti of varions dates including Sahu-re and
Eameses III. from wadys north of the Hammamat Eoad, copied in 1897-8.
F. W. Green, P.S.B.A. xxxi. 319.
Saqqara. Two more instalments of Seïiie's édition of the Pyramid-
texts, completing the two volumes of the autograpbed copy. Professor
Setiie is to be congratulated on thus terminating the first half of this
laborious but exceedingly valuable work. A long review of an earlier
portion by naville, in Sphinx, xii. 188, criticising some points and giving
translations, was accidentally omitted from the last Report.
Tell Basta. Inscriptions on square trough. Mub. Eff. Ciiabâk,
Ann. x. 30.
Tell el-Eob near Temay. Limestone coffin of the Old Kingdom. id.
ïb. x. 28.
Behbet. Base of statue of one of the Ptolemies from Talklia. id. ib. x. 30.
Xumerous Inscriptions of Ptolemy Philadelphus from the temple of Isis,
with remarks on the mythological ligures, etc. Boeder, A.Z. xlvi. 62.