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Archaeological report: comprising the work of the Egypt Exploration Fund and the progress of egyptology during the year ... — 1911-1912

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Abydos, excavations at, 1911-12. ...... XXI. 1.

Abyssinian Negus, a letter by, to King George of Nubia, in the

days of the Patriarch Philotheus. Eaad and Gheikho. . XXI. 67.
Accounts, an ostracon of, proving that Sety II. was succeeded by

Eameses-Siptah. Daeessy. ...... XXI. 29.

Adjuala, inscribed blocks of a ruined Temple at. . . . XXI. 25.

Agapius of Menbij, the Universal History of. Cheikho. . . XXI. 65.
Aidab, the routes through the Eastern desert to the deserted

port of. . ........ XXI. 31.

Akhmim, excavations at. Newbeeey. ..... XXI. 23.

Arnarna, excavations at. Boechabdt. ..... XXI. 23.

Amenemhat II., his cartouches on the lintel of a doorway in the

chapel of Ukhuhotep II........ XXI. 10.

Amenemhat III., granite shrines of found at Hawara. . . XXI. 21.
Amenhotep III., a sanctuary of on the site of the Temple of Ptah

at Memphis. . . . . . . . . . XXI. 19.

Ammon as god of the air in a Demotic papyrus. Spiegelbeeg. . XXI. 38.
Ammon, a tablet dedicated to, in a Temple of Tethmosis IV. at

Thebes. Ebman........• XXI: 26.

Amphorae, parts of, which had been used as copy books.

Spiegelbeeg. .... XXI. 28.
Amulets, the Egyptian and Egyptianising found at Kertch, and

other districts in South Eussia. Toueaiepp. . . . XXI. 31.

Ancient Egyptians. Elliot Smith....... XXI. 30.

Aniba, Protodynastic cemetery at. . . . . . XXI. 22.

„ Egyptian cemetery of the New Kingdom at. . . XXI. 22.
Annunciation, an illumination of the in a Coptic MS. from the

Payum. . . . . . . • - • • XXI. 55.

Anthony, St., a life of. Aiielineau. ..... XXI. 68.

,, a biography of, in a Coptic MS. from the Fayum. . XXI. 54.

Apa Jeremias, the Monastery of at Saqqara. Quibell. . . XXI. 24.
Apa Sarapion, a sermon by on the cursing of the fig-tree, on an

ostracon. \ - . . . . . . . XXI. 65.
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