Ayrton, Edward R. ; Weigall, Arthur Edward Pearse Brome ; Petrie, William M. Flinders
Abydos: Part III: 1904 — London, 1904

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LIST OF PLATES.











PLATE

PAGE

XXXII.

Cemetery, Ilnd—Vllth Dynasty . . . . . . . . .52

XXXIII.

„ Xlth—XlXth Dynasty .











. 53

XXXIV.

Pottery from Ibis cemetery











3

XXXV.

■>■> ■>■> >? •











3

XXXVI.

Plans of Temenos and Mastaba











11

XXXVII.

Mastabas 9 and 10 .











11

XXXVIII.

Section of Mastabas 9 and 10 .











11

XXXIX.

Scarabs and pots .











53

XL.

Alabaster fragments and gaming board







2;

\ 24, 26, 27, 53

XLI.

Plans of the Senusert * tomb .









24, 29, 53

XLII.

Photographs of the Senusert * tomb









. 53

XLIII.

„ „ „ ,, and Aahmes town



25, 53

XLIV.

Alabaster bowls, Xllth Dynasty, and stone bowls, XVIIIth Dy]

aasty

. 53

XLV.

Terrace-temple of Aahmes, 1st—XVIIIth Dynasty .



22, 53

XLVI.

Foundation deposit, stone forms





. 53

XLVII.

„ „ pottery „









. 53

XLVIII.

Blue glaze and temple objects .









34, 38, 54

XLIX.

Plan of Aahmes tomb









30, 31

L.

Stele and tomb entrance (photographs)









31, 35, 36, 54

LI.

Plan of shrine of Teta-shera









35, 36

LII.

Stele of Teta-shera ....









36, 43

LIII.

Plan of terrace-temple and town









. 33

LIV.

Ostrakon .....









38, 54

LV.

Hieroglyph copy ....









. 38

LVI.

Photographs of town .









. 54

LVII.

Scarabs and small objects









. 54

LVIII.

Pottery and false-necked vase .









38, 54

LIX.

Stone bowls ......









. 54

LX.

Pottery ......









. 54

LXI.

General plan ......











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* See Note above Contents.

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