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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Taieba, Group-graves at........ XXI. 14.

„ Pot-coffins found at. . . . . . . . XXI. 14.

Taifa Kertassi, the Temple of. Boedee. ..... XXI. 26.

Tarkhan, excavations at. Petbie. ...... XXI. 20.

Tehneh, excavations at. Lesquiee. ..... XXI. 24.

Tethmosis III., and Amenhotp II., Tofteen's theory of their

coregency criticised. Hall. ...... XXI. 28.

Tethmosis IV., excavations on the site of a Chapel of near the

Bamesseum. Mollee. ....... XXI. 23.

Tetragrammaton, the Greek method of writing the. Meek. . XXI. 57.
Theban war against the Hyksos, a Hieratic text relating to.

Gkiffith. . . . . . XXI. 27.

Theodore, St., as the victor over a dragon. Hengstenbebg. . XXI. 66.

Theological Texts, fragments of in the Oxyrhynchus Papyri. . XXI. 46.

Theotokia, an analysis of the. ....... XXI. 61.

Theotokias, the Coptic, Simon the potter a possible writer of. . XXI. 61.
Thucydides (Book V.), fragments of in the Oxyrhynchus

Papyri........... XXI. 46.

Tombs, surface, at Abydos, description of. . . XXI. 5.

Tukh el Khel, excavations at. . . . . . . . XXI. 15.

Tura, excavations at. Junkeb. ...... XXI. 24.

Tutzis, a graffito naming. ....... XXI. 25.

U

he Xlth Dynasty

. XXI. 20.
is near Meir. . XXI. 9.

Uah-ankh Antef, an historical stela of from

cemetery at Qurneh.
Ukhuhotep I., his Tomb-Chapel in the necropol:

Eeliefsin. . . . . XXI. 10.
Ukhuhotep II. „ ...... XXI. 9.

Ukhuhotep in. „......XXI. 9.

Eeliefsin. . . . . XXI. 11.
Umbilical cord, or the placenta, the object on a standard borne

before the king. Seligmann and Miss Mueeay. . . XXI. 36.
Ushabti, Shuabti, the meaning of the name. Mahlee. . . XXI. 38.
Ushabti figure of the Xlth or Xllth Dynasty. Nash. . ■ . XXI. 43.

V

Vegetable worship, with which the heathen inhabitants of Pelusium

were taunted by the early Christian writers. Jacoby. . . XXI. 67.
Victor, St., the Coptic and Arabic tradition of the martyrdom of. . XXI. 66.
Vowels in the Egyptian and Semitic languages. Bevillout. . XXI. 35.
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