Naville, Edouard ; Griffith, Francis Ll. [Hrsg.]
The Mound of the Jew and the City of Onias: Belbeis, Samanood, Abusir, Tukh el Karmus, 1887 — London, 1890

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CONTENTS OF PLATES,

With Eeferences to the Pages of the Two Memoirs.

I. Tell el Yahoodieh :—

pedestal with name of King Auput (Capet)... 10, 50

II. Tell el Yahoodieh :—

A. inscription on limestone slab at Kafr esh

Shobak...............10, 42

B. fragment of altar at Kafr esh Shobak ... 9, 40

C. inscription on the back of a granite group

in the Tell ............ 9; 41

D. inscription on a statue (or group) ... 9, 411

E. inscriptions on coffins from the tumuli ... 16, 45
Belbeis:—

a. fragments from the doorposts of a shrine,

black granite............ 22 2

b. fragment, red granite ... ... ... 22

c. fragments ... ... ... ... ... 22

Saft el Henneh :—

d. fragment of statue... ... ... ... 23

III. , IV. Tell el Yahoodieh :—

limestone sculptures and epitaphs from the

Jewish tombs......... 14*15, 54

[III. a., 0., d., IV. mv o., and n (painted on stucco) were
in tbe southern cemetery. III. b., IV. g. were found in
the middle cemetery.]

V. Samanood:—

inscriptions on base of statue...

VI. Samanood:—

A. 1, 2, 3, fragments of nome-list ...

B. inscription, Ptolemaic

C. D. inscriptions, Alexander II. ...
E. inscription, Ptolemy Philadelphus

Behbeit el hagar :—
block ...

24, 25

25
27
26, 27
27

26

1 At p. 43 I have wrongly attributed this to Merenptah.
The head of Set was cut away and then probably replaced
by that of Osiris in stucco: the group now presents a curious
appearance.—E. L. G.

2 "With regard to M. Naville's ingenious comparison of
Bubastis Agria with the name ntr skid (p. 23), it may be
pointed out that a more natural interpretation of the first
would be " the fierce Bast," a term by which the Greeks,
familiar with the mild goddess of Bubastis, designated the
avenging goddess Sekhet; and "the divine inhabitant of the
meadows of the god" is not improbable for the second.
The two expressions have, at least on this view, little in
common.—F. L. G.

PLATE

VII. Abusir:—

A. block

B. fragment of basalt...

C. fragment of limestone

VIII. Tukh el Karmus :—

A. vase with inscription

B. glazed plaque (see also pi. xvii.) ...

IX. Tell el Yahoodieh :—

plan and map of the neighbourhood ...
Tell Tukh :—

plan

X. Tell el Yahudiyeh :—

scarabs of the middle kingdom

27
28
28

29, 30, 56
... 29, 55

5 ff., 38 ff.
29, 53 ff.

39

XI. Tell el Yahudiyeh :—

1—6, types of black pottery, middle kingdom 9,39,40

7, section of mouth of types 1—6 ... ... 40

8, attempted restoration of vessel with horn-

like handle ............ 40

9, 9a, vase (with section of the mouth) from

grave 2 in the jezireh ... ... ... 40

10, 11, red pottery from grave 3 in the jezireh 40
12—14, scarabs ... ... ... ... 39

15, 16, small stone vessels ... ... ... 40

17, 18, scarabs ............ 39

20, scarab, Seti 1.1............ 41

21, steatite plaque ... ... ... ... 41

22, scarab ............... 42

23, ornament ... ... ... ... ... 42

26, scarab ... ... ... ... ... 41

27—30, some marks on glazed pottery 6, 7, 42

a—m, objects from a factory... ... ... 48, 49

Tell el Yahudiyeh: Tumuli XXth dyn.—

1, pottery from tumulus III. 10, showing the
head-piece, skull food-vessels (figured
also xiv. 6), large vase containing rasp,
pilgrim-bottles (figured also xv. 13, 14),
and a large platter which was cemented
over the joint of the head-piece ... 44

2, some pottery from tumulus IV. (the food-
vessel is figured again, pi. xiv. 7, and the
plate re-appears, pi. xiii. 3, xv. 2) ... 44

3, tumulus VIII., vessels from a grave, and
large vase containing the bones of a
child, closed by a platter ... ... 48

XII.
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