Graeco-Coptic Gospel fragments, some bilingual. . . . XXI. 56.
Graeco-Eoman Branch. ........ XXI. 12.
Graeco-Eoman Egypt. ........ XXI. 44.
Group-tombs found at Taieba. ...... XXI. 13.
Hamburg Papyri. Part I. Meyer. ..... XXI. 51.
Hamitic languages, a study of. Meinhofp. .... XXI. 34.
Harmachis, King, two papyri of his fourth year. . . . XXI. 28.
Hathor of Abshek, foundations of a Temple of, at Paras. . . XXI. 22.
Hawara, excavations at. Peteie. ...... XXI. 21.
,, granite shrines of Amenemhat III. found at. . . XXI. 21.
,, Eoman portraits found at. . . . . . . XXI. 21.
Heliopolis, the site of the great Temple enclosure at. . . . XXI 20.
Heri-ib, his Mastaba in the South cemetery at Abydos. . . XXI. 3.
Hippopotamus, figure of a. Wiedemann. . . . . XXI. 43.
Hippopotamus goddesses, list of twelve who preside over the
months. Daeessy. ....... XXI. 38.
Historical Tales of the ancient Egyptians. Bissing. . . XXI. 30.
Homer (II. ii. 381-392) a fragment, of the 2nd Century.
Lefebvee. ..... XXI. 47.
House, the purchase of a, recorded on an O.K. tablet from near
the Temple of Chephren at Giza. Sethe. .... XXI. 27.
Hyksos period, a papyrus of. Eeman. ..... XXI. 27.
Ichneutae, the, of Sophocles, in the Oxyrhynchus Papyri. . . XXI. 45
Iron beads along with gold, carnelian, agate, etc., from two pre-
dynastic graves at El Gerzeh. Wainwbight. . . . XXI. 40.
Isidore, St., of Pelusium, a selection of his letters. . . . XXI. 63.
Isocrates (Trapaeziticus), fragments of in the Oxyrhynchus Papyri. XXI. 46.
Jeme legal documents, referring to the history of the private life
in Upper Egypt in the eighth century.
Ceum and Steindobff. . . XXI. 68.
Jeremias, St., the monastery of at Saqqarah. Leclebque. . . XXI. 72.
Jewish colony of Elephantine, the history of. Maspeeo. . . XXI. 33.
Ka, the, explained as the being that belongs to the Ka or " food "
which it receives. Bissing. ...... XXI. 37.