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

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Ptah, a dissertation on. Stole. ...... XXI. 39.

Ptolemaic army, a study of the. Lbsquieb. . . . XXI. 52.

Ptolemaic cemeteries at Taieba. ...... XXI. 14.

Ptolemy Caesarion, the titulary of. Weill. .... XXI. 30.

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Quahmentos, the Ethiopic, an abstract of. Gbebaut. . . XXI. 58.

Qamadir, excavations at. . . . . . . . XXI. 14.

„ Boman cemetery at. ...... XXI. 14.

Qurneh, an Xlth Dynasty cemetery at. .... XXI. 20.

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Eameses II., a figure of, found on the site of the Temple of Ptah

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

Eameses-Siptah and Merenptah-Siptah, considered as being the

same person. Maspeeo. XXI. 29.
„ ,, regarded as two persons.

Daeessy. . . . . XXI. 30.

Behkit bird, on a faience plaque. Nash. ..... XXI. 43.

Religions Texts of the M.K. coffins. Lacau..... XXI. 27,

Eemenen, possibly Lemna or Libna, instead of Lebanon.

Naville. .- . . . . XXI. 32.

" Eensi son of Meru," a corrected reading of the name Meruitensi

in the Story of the Peasant. Sethe. ..... XXI. 35.

Eomaios, the title of Augustus at Dendera and Kalabsheh.

Spiegelbeeg. .... XXI. 30.

Eome, a reference to in a 6th century copy of the Nicene Creed. . XXI. 60.

Eylands Papyri, catalogue of. Hunt. ..... XXI. 57.

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Saft el Gharbia, excavations at. ...... XXI. 15.

Sankh-kara, the Temple of at Qurneh. ..... XXI. 20.

,, „ probably his sccZ-festival Chapel. . . XXI. 20.

Sarabait, a name applied to a particular class of monks, the

derivation of. Jacoby. ....... XXI. 70.

Senbi I., his Tomb-Chapel in the necropolis near Meir. . . XXI. 9.

Senbill. „ „ . XXI. 9.

Senmut fresco of the Cretan tribute, a representation of. Hall. . XXI. 31.
Seth, a Nubian region, indicated in a pyramid text as the

conqueror of the Two Lands. Jequiee. .... XXI. 29.
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