Petrie, William M. Flinders
Kahun, Gurob, and Hawara — London, 1890

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CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION.

i. Circumstances of work ..........

2. Sites excavated ..............

3. Tunnelling the Hawara pyramid

4. Finding the chamber ..........

5. Cutting into the chamber ......

6. Entering the chamber ..........

7. Entering the passages ..........

8. Clearing the sepulchre ........

9. Opening the entrance ..........

10. Horuta family tomb ........ „

11. Sarcophagus walled in ...........

12. Opening the sarcophagus.......

13. Horuta's splendour ...........

14. Gurob and lilahun ...........

15. Kahun ...................

16. Personal ...................

CHAPTER I.

THE PYRAMID OF HAWARA.

17. Outer form....................

18. Casing ...................

19. Builders' marks ................

20. Preparation of ground ............

21. Entrance passage................

22. South passage ...............

23. East passage ................

24. Well chamber ................

25. Sepulchre...................

26. Contents ....................

CHAPTER II.

TOMBS OF HAWARA.

27. Rock tombs, Xllth dynasty

28. Horuta's tomb .............

Horuta's sarcophagus ........

Horuta's amulets.............

Later objects from Hawara .....

Basilica .................

Building W. of Birket Kurun .....

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the civilisation of the xiith dynasty.

Kahun.

34. Origin of the town ............

35. The temple ....................

36. Foundation deposits ................

37. Destruction of temple ................

38. Position of town....................

39. Form of houses ........ ...........

40. Columns, doorways, &c.................

41. Furniture ............ ............

42. Pottery, forms ....................

43. Pottery, material............

44. Limestone offering pillars ............

45. Brick-mould and plastering ...........

46. Carpenters' tools, flint and bronze ........

47. Masons' tools ....................

48. Measures —

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49. Spinning ..........

50. String and weaving

51. Rope .........

52. Sandals and shoes.....

53. Agricultural tools......

54. Fire-stick ...........

55. Foundry ...........

56. Toilet ...........

57- Toys ...........

58. Dancer's figure and mask

59. Games ...........

60. Papyri, scarabs, &c.

61. Bead*, glased ware, &c. ...

62. End of the town......

63. Late burials .......

CHAPTER IV.

Mi IHNI.T U'lidl!.

64. Founded by Tahutmes 111 .......

65. Close of its history ...........

66. Pottery ...................

67. Tools ...................

68. Spinning and weaving .... ......

69. Toilet and funerary ...........

70. Scribes'palettes; • anopic Osiris

71. Bronze jug and dishes ...........

72. Scarabs and rings ...........

73. Beads and glass ...............

74. Figures on couches, &c............

75. Tombs 20, 21 ...............

76. Tombs 22, 23 ...............

77. Tombs 24, 25 ; summary...........

78. Tombs 31, P, N, &c............

CHAPTER V.

THE FOREIGNERS.

79. Foreign names ...............

80. Foreign figures ......„ .......

81. Foreign weights ...............

82. Foreign pottery ...............

83. Foreign characters ...........

84. Connection with existing theories

85. Condition of the foreigners .......

86. Catalogue of special finds .......

CHAPTER VI.

THE PAPYRI.

By F. Ll. Griffith.

87. Uah's settlement..............

88. Keba's will................

89. Ana's letter ................

CHAPTER VII.

THE BOTANY.

By Percy Newberry.

90. Plants of Hawara............ ™,

91. Plants of Kahun................

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