Tomb III (New Kingdom).
Occupied by Copts. Small entrance much defaced.
Incised inscriptions in the thickness of the wall very
Tomb IV (New Kingdom).
Occupied: very large and lofty, inscriptions in-
cised. PL XVI, XVII, XVIII. Framing of entrance
scene and inscriptions, 1. 1-21.
Thickness of wall, south side, 1. 22-29; north
side, veiy fragmentary.
Entrance passage, south side, 1. 30-47; north
side, 1. 48-65.
Interior partly explored. The framing of an inner
entrance, much encumbered with mud walls, has a
scene at. the top, and 1. 66-71 at the sides.
The Coptic marble slab in PL XVII is over a door-
way in the village leading to the church.
TOMB V (New Kingdom).
Occupied. Inscription incised: framing of entrance
1. 1-11; interior not seen.
The Coptic tablet in PL XVIII is fixed over the
main gateway of the Der on the inside.
Tomb VI (New Kingdom).
Occupied, very large and lofty, inscription incised,
Framing of entrance inscribed; lintel illegible;
south jamb mostly hidden by brick walls; north
jamb destroyed. Interior partly explored, no in-
Tomb VII (Middle Kingdom).
Entrance: two polygonal columns support the roof,
terminating in eave with beams. Entrance hall (used
as church), north side, inscription incised and painted
on plaster, much damaged, 1. 1-55. Count R. d' Hulst
and I scaled off the Coptic plaster. One or more
inner chambers, but no other inscriptions found.
In western cliffs two miles north from Der Rifeli.
Quarries, and Coptic epitaphs. PL XIX.
PL VI, 1. 266. The letter b should he attached to
the last sign I v\ ? J.
PL VI, 1. 282, top. "™™ should perhaps be entirely
PL X, Tomb II, 1. 4. For ^h read ^4 .
„ „ Omit the words 20a read j?G.
PI. XI, 1. 1. For ^\ read
1. 12. Near base read fl\.
1. 14. read ,7^L. and
PL XI, 1. 17 a. E. prefers
„ 1. 22. Read *jgJ5.
PL XII. in title. For front wall read facade.
1. 47. Omit a.
,, 1. 58, 62, 55. Read ~^% (without *^. ).
in note. For 64 read 63.
PL XIII, 1. 27. Omit the letters a, b, c.
,, 1. 28, near the top. Omit the letter b.
PL XIV, 1.75 a. J®?
PL XV. For 28a read 26a.
PI. XX (Plate 13). For 28a read 28b.
PL XXI (Plate VIII). 304a is in PL VIT.
„ (Plate IX). 354a. Omit the last part of
For corrections throughout, see Plate XX-XXI.
A Bibliography, etc., will appear in the Babylonian and Oriental Record, May, 1889, and following numbers.
HARRISON AND SONS, PRINTERS IN ORDINARY TO DER HAJESX1T, ST. MARTIN S LANE.