Abu Simbel, Report on the Temple of. Babsanti. . . . XX. 25.
,, graffito of Piai, sculptor of Barneses II. from. . . XX. 28.
Abydos, excavations at. ....... XX. 1.
,, a Temple of Eameses I. at. . . . . . . XX. 27.
,, the dedicatory inscription of Eameses II. at. . . . XX. 28.
Acrostic hymns to St. Castor, St. Damiana, and the Apostles. . XX. 65.
African pottery from Mastabas at Faras. ..... XX. 18.
Agricultural system, the, in Ptolemaic and Eoman Egypt, and
elsewhere. Bostowzew. ....... XX. 57.
Ain, in Egyptian, the assimilating effect of shown by reference
to Semitic languages. Littmann. ..... XX. 40.
Akhmimic Biblical Texts. Lacau. ...... XX. 61.
Amada, Eeport on the Temple of. Babsanti. .... XX. 25.
Amenartais, Queen, a statuette of naming her mother Pabethem
and her spiritual mother Shepenuopi. Legbain. . . . XX. 36.
Amenhopt L, his tomb identified with tomb No. 39 in the Valley of
the Tombs of the Kings........ XX. 34.
Amenhopt III., a headless statuette of, resembling those of
Akhenaton. Chassinat. . . ... . . XX. 35.
Amenophis, son of Hapu, the decree of. Mollee. . . . XX. 30.
Amnion, endowment of a Temple of. Kamal. .... XX. 28.
,, a special form of in a graffito in Luxor Temple.
Wiedemann. .... XX. 43.
Amphorae, Hellenistic, from Faras. ...... XX. 18.
Amulet from Oxyrhynchus showing a Christianization of the
questions put to pagan deities. ...... XX. 65.
Amulet from Oxyrhynchus against fever quotes the opening verses
of St. John's Gospel and appeals to various saints. . . XX. 65.
Amulet from Oxyrhynchus uses Jewish as well as Christian
incantations. ......... XX. 65.
Animal sacrifices and burnt sacrifices in the later Egyptian age.
junkee. ..... XX. 44.
Anklets and vessels of bronze from cave-graves at Faras. . . XX. 18.