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					                                            Discussions in Egyptology

  Past and present members of the staff of the Topographical Bibliography of Ancient Egyptian
   Hieroglyphic Texts, Statues, Stelae, Reliefs and Paintings, especially R. L. B. Moss and E. W.
Burney, have taken part in the analysis of this periodical and the preparation of this list at the
                              Griffith Institute, University of Oxford

                        This pdf version (situation on 26 November 2009):
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Vernus in Discussions in Egyptology 1 (1985), 59-60[A] with pl. i
8
Cylindrical vase of Tuthmosis III, bronze, in a private collection in France.

Vernus in Discussions in Egyptology 1 (1985), 60-3[B] with pls. ii, iii
8
Model axe of Tuthmosis III, mentioning Henketankh (Mortuary temple), bronze and wood, in Louvre
E.27458.

Hugenot in Discussions in Egyptology 3 (1985), 27 fig. 4
Thebes. TT 373, Amenmessu.
i2.433(3)A
Osiris in tree, in I.

see Dodson in Discussions in Egyptology 4 (1986), 27
Valley of the Kings. Royal tomb 7, Ramesses II
i2.507A
Canopic-chest fragment, calcite, in British Museum 49740.

see Dodson in Discussions in Egyptology 4 (1986), 27-8
8
Canopic-chest fragment, calcite, perhaps of Sethos I, in London, Soane Museum.

O’Mara in Discussions in Egyptology 4 (1986), 33-40 cf. figs. (regards as not ancient)
Mît Rahîna. Miscellaneous. Blocks.
iii2.873A
(e) Fragment of the so-called ‘Palermo Stone’, in Cairo Museum JE 44860.

Nibbi in Discussions in Egyptology 4 (1986), 45, 47 with pl. 1
Deir el-Bersha. Various.
iv.185A
Detail of exterior coffin of Sepi, in Paris, Musée du Louvre, E.10779.



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Nibbi in Discussions in Egyptology 4 (1986), 65 with pl. II
Deir el-Bersha. Various.
iv.185A
Detail of interior coffin of Sepi, in Paris, Musée du Louvre, E.10779.

Cesaretti in Discussions in Egyptology 4 (1986), 17-26 with pls. i-iv
Qift. Ptolemaic Temple.
v.125A
Blocks of Nero and Germanicus, in Lyons, Musée Guimet, 26-7.


see Dodson in Discussions in Egyptology 5 (1986), 35
Valley of the Kings. Royal tomb 11, Ramesses III
i2.526A
Red granite sarcophagus, in Paris, Musée du Louvre, D.1.

see Vernus in Discussions in Egyptology 6 (1986), 79-86
Edfu Tell. Finds. Stelae.
v.203A
Stela of Haankhef, 1st half of Dyn. XVII, in Cairo Museum JE 52456.

Pedrini in Discussions in Egyptology 7 (1987), 59 fig. 1 on 66
Thebes. TT 57, Khaemhet.
i2.115(11)A
Relief with head of Amenophis III, in Berlin Ägyptisches Museum, 14442.

Gosline in Discussions in Egyptology 8 (1987), 15-20 fig. on 19 (from Van Siclen)
Bahrîya Oasis. Tomb of Amenhotep.
vii.301A
Description with plan.

Gosline in Discussions in Egyptology 8 (1987), fig. on 20
Bahrîya Oasis. Tomb of Amenhotep.
vii.301(3)A
Two registers, preparation of wine before Amenhotep.

Reeves in Discussions in Egyptology 8 (1987), 49-51 cf. fig. 1 (text)
8
Cylindrical vase of Tuthmosis III, bronze, in private collection in France (as not ancient).

see Reeves in Discussions in Egyptology 8 (1987), 51 [bottom] (as not ancient)
8
Bronze chisel of Tuthmosis III, in Köln, Rautenstrauch-Jolst-Museum.


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Harari in Discussions in Egyptology 8 (1987), 98-101 fig. on 94
Qift. Middle Temple. Stelae.
v.127A
Decree of Demedjebtaui, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 41894.

Quirke in Discussions in Egyptology 8 (1987), 108 (as no. 3091-26)
Name of Sebekhotp Senebrau
Abydos. Shûnet el-Zebîb. Finds of later date.
v.55A
Stela Dyn. XIII, in Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum E.60.1926.

El-Alfi in Discussions in Egyptology 9 (1987), 31-2 fig.
Tell el-Yahûdîya. Miscellaneous.
iv.58A
Male bust, inscribed on back pillar, ‘black sandstone’, Late Period.

El-Alfi in Discussions in Egyptology 9 (1987), 63-8 pl. i, fig. 1 (as forgery)
Theban tomb 398, Kamosi Nentowaref.
i2.443A
Canopic-jar, in Oxford, Ashmolean Museum 1922.20.

El-Alfi in Discussions in Egyptology 10 (1988), 21-6 pl. i, fig. 1.
Benha. Miscellaneous.
iv.67A
Altar, inscribed, black granite, probably Ptolemaic or Roman Period.

Newmann and Ogdon, J. R. in Discussions in Egyptology 10 (1988), 59-64, 67-8, cf. fig. 1
Abû Rawâsh. Pyramid-complex of Radjedef. Statues.
iii2.2A
Statue of King seated, with wife by left leg, lower part, quartzite, in Paris, Musée du Louvre, E.12627.

El-Alfi in Discussions in Egyptology 11 (1988), 15-20 figs.
802-000-900
Small triad, Ptah, Sekhmet, and Nefertem, dedicated by Path[enfi], faience, Dyn. XXVI, in Vienna
Museum, Inv. 1050.

Bauval in Discussions in Egyptology 13 (1989), pl. 1 on 13
Gîza. Pyramid-field.
iii2.11A
Vertical aerial view.




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Bauval in Discussions in Egyptology 13 (1989), pl. 4 on 16
Theban tomb 353, Senenmut.
i2.418A
Detail of astronomical ceiling, with Orion.

see El-Alfi in Discussions in Egyptology 13 (1989), 39-40 (text)
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Inscribed fragment, date uncertain, at Galerie G. Maspéro, Paris in 1989.

Müller, M. in Discussions in Egyptology 13 (1989), 53-7 figs.
800-872-150
Royal head wearing nemes Dyn. XXVI to early Ptolemaic, in E. Bloch-Diener collection.

Bauval in Discussions in Egyptology 14 (1989), 16 pl. 4 on 16
Dahshûr. Pyramid of Amenemhet III.
iii2.888A
East face of pyramidion, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 35133 (also JE 35745).

Cesaretti in Discussions in Egyptology 14 (1989), 17-25 with Wilkinson’s copies on pls. on 26-9
El-Dâkhla Oasis. Temple of Deir el-Hagar.
vii.297A
Description with Wilkinson’s copies.

Cesaretti in Discussions in Egyptology 14 (1989), pl. on 26
= Wilkinson MSS.xvii.H.48.

Cesaretti in Discussions in Egyptology 14 (1989), pl. on 27
= Wilkinson MSS. xxxvii.112

Cesaretti in Discussions in Egyptology 14 (1989), pl. on 28
= Wilkinson MSS. xxxvii.113

Cesaretti in Discussions in Egyptology 14 (1989), pl. on 29
= Wilkinson MSS.xxxvii.114

see Piacentini in Discussions in Egyptology 14 (1989), 91-5 (suggests Zâwyet el-Maiyitîn)
803-011-010
False-door of Henenu, Dyn. VI or later, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 1411.

see Piacentini in Discussions in Egyptology 15 (1989), 87-92
iii2.304A
Seated statue, black granite, Dyn. VI, in Bologna Museum 1826.

Adams, C. V. A. in Discussions in Egyptology 16 (1990), 9 fig. on 19

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Cartonnage of Shepenmut, Dyn. XXII-XXV, in Exeter, Royal Albert Memorial Museum, 97.11.3.

El-Alfi in Discussions in Egyptology 16 (1990), 35-42 plan on 39
Tihna. Tomb of Nikaankh (Second Tomb).
 .
iv.131A
Description with plan.

El-Alfi in Discussions in Egyptology 16 (1990), fig. on 41, cf. 35-6
Tihna. Tomb of Nikaankh (Second Tomb).
 .
iv.131(2)A
Head of statue of Nikaankh and part of lintel above.

El-Alfi in Discussions in Egyptology 16 (1990), fig. on 42, cf. 36
Tihna. Tomb of Nikaankh (Second Tomb).
 .
iv.131(5)-(6)
Upper part of statue of mother Debit.

El-Alfi in Discussions in Egyptology 17 (1990), 7-14 pl. 1
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Stela of Pedeamun-nebnesuttaui, Dyn. XXVI, in London, British Museum, EA 8462.

Testa in Discussions in Egyptology 17 (1990), 59-72 figs. 1-4
Saqqâra. Burial-complex of Shepseskaf.
iii2.433A
Description with plans and sections.

see Adams, C.V.A. in Discussions in Egyptology 18 (1990), 5-19
Sheikh Abd el-Qurna. C. Tombs, position unknown. Tomb of Amenkha.
i2.673A
Discussion of coffins.

see Adams, C.V.A. in Discussions in Egyptology 18 (1990), 18
Sheikh Abd el-Qurna. C. Tombs, position unknown. Tomb of Amenkha.
i2.674A
Lid and cartonnage of Ankh-hor, in Norwich, Castle Museum, 146-7.928.

Testa, P. in Discussions in Egyptology 18 (1990), 55-69 figs.
Maidûm. Pyramid.
iv.89A
Description with plans and sections.

Bosse-Griffiths in Discussions in Egyptology 19 (1991), 5-12 figs. on 8, 11
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Two scenes on coffin of Ius(em)hesutmut, Dyn. XXI, in Swansea, Wellcome Museum (on loan from
Exeter, Royal Albert Memorial Museum).

see Malek in Discussions in Egyptology 19 (1991), 90
Name of mother Pesedet
Akhmîn District. El-Hawâwîsh. A.
v.18A
Stela of Pedusiri, Ptolemaic.

see Malek in Discussions in Egyptology 19 (1991), 90-2
Saqqâra. Objects from Tombs.
iii2.765A
Sarcophagus of Penesi, re-used by Pedusiri, Ptolemaic, in Marseilles, Musée d’archéologie, 267.

see Niwiski in Discussions in Egyptology 20 (1991), 40
Thebes. Objects from Thebes. Coffins.
i2.824A
Coffin of Itefneferamun, New Kingdom, formerly in the possession of M. Perrot.

see Niwiski in Discussions in Egyptology 20 (1991), 43
Deir el-Bahri. Tomb of Priests of Amun.
           .
i2.635A
Coffin-case of Ankhefenmut, Dyn. XXI, in Albany, State University of New York, X.1940.58.11.

see Niwiski in Discussions in Egyptology 20 (1991), 43 n. 10
Deir el-Bahri. Tomb of Priests of Amun.
          .
i2.639A
Coffin, Dyn. XXI, formerly in Minneapolis, Institute of Arts, now in San José, Rosicrucian Museum.

El-Alfi, M. in Discussions in Egyptology 21 (1991), 8-14 pls. i, ii
Ashmûn. Miscellaneous.
iv.67A
Lower part of statue of Hatia, probably Dyn. XIX-XX.

El-Alfi, M. in Discussions in Egyptology 23 (1992), 5-10 figs. A-D and pl. [A-D]
Sâ el-Hagar. Miscellaneous. Statues.
iv.47A
Padebhu, headless, kneeling with figure of Osiris, black granite, Late Period.

El-Alfi, M. in Discussions in Egyptology 24 (1992), 15-19 pl. 1
803-065-700
Round-topped donation stela, Osorkon I offering  to Re-Harakhti and Nebt-hotep, and below, eight
lines of cursive text with decree issued to Djeptahefankh, Greatest of the seers, General, etc., son of
woman Tashenioh, concerning three arurae of land assigned to Hory, Mayor of Heliopolis, etc., year 6 of

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Osorkon I, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 10.176.42, on loan to Ann Arbor MI,
Kelsey Museum of Archaeology. (Probably from Heliopolis.)

Adams, B. in Discussions in Egyptology 25 (1993), 9, 11 fig. 2
Abydos. Umm el-Qaâb. Tomb of Semerkhet-Semsen.
v.86A
Fragment jar with name of King, in London, Petrie Museum, 36755.

Adams, B. in Discussions in Egyptology 25 (1993), 11-12 fig. 3 (considers not ancient)
Abydos. Umm el-Qaâb. Tomb of Semerkhet-Semsen.
v.86A
Fragment jar with name of King, in London, Petrie Museum, 36756.

El-Alfi in Discussions in Egyptology 25 (1993), 13-20 pls. i, ii
Ihnâsya el-Medîna. Temple of Harsaphes. Court.
iv.118A
Triad, Ramesses II with Ptah and Sekhmet, granite, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, Temp. No. 8.2.21.20.

Pomerantseva, N. in Discussions in Egyptology 25 (1993), 77 pl. 12
Gîza. Cemetery G.I.S. LG 55, Niankhre [II].
iii2.223A
Late Dyn. V or early Dyn. VI. Statue of Niankhre [II] squatting in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 53150.

El-Alfi in Discussions in Egyptology 26 (1993), fig. on 12
Saqqâra. Tomb of Tenry.
iii2.666A
Top of stela, Tenry before Re-Harakhti, and Nakht before Osiris.

Bauval, R.G. in Discussions in Egyptology 27 (1993), 5, 7 cf. fig. on 6
Gîza. Pyramid-complex of Khufu. ‘Queen’s Chamber.’ Southern ‘air-shaft’.
iii2.14A
Description.

Dobrev in Discussions in Egyptology 27 (1993), 9-15 pl. i (from Dunham)
Gîza. Pyramid-complex of Menkaure. Mortuary Temple Finds.
iii2.32A
Statue of Menkaure seated, over life-size, calcite, in Boston, Museum of Fine Arts, 09.204.

Dobrev in Discussions in Egyptology 27 (1993), 15-18 pl. iii (from Reisner)
Gîza. Pyramid-complex of Menkaure. Valley Temple.
iii2.29A
Double-statue, Menkaure and Queen, greywacke, in Boston, Museum of Fine Arts, 11.1738.

El-Alfi in Discussions in Egyptology 28 (1994), 15-20 figs. 1-3

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Heliopolis. Miscellaneous.
iv.64A
Three fragments of sarcophagus of Ramesesnakht, Dyn. XIX-XX.

Testa, P. in Discussions in Egyptology 28 (1994), 123-51 with plans, sections, etc.
Dahshûr. D. Southern Complex of Snefru.
iii2.877A
Description, with plans, sections, etc.

Donohue in Discussions in Egyptology 29 (1994), 37, 39 fig. 1 (from Dodson)
8
Aragonite shell with cartouches of Hatshepsut and Nebhepetre and building text, formerly in Sams colln.,
now in Liverpool, County Museum, M11929.

Donohue in Discussions in Egyptology 29 (1994), 39-40 fig. 2 (from Peterson)
8
Dish (for eye paint ?) dedicated to Mentuhotp-Nebhepetre by Hatshepsut and usurped by Tuthmosis IV,
alabaster, in Stockholm, Medelhavsmuseet, MM.14385.

Donohue in Discussions in Egyptology 29 (1994), 40-1 fig. 3 (from Carter and Newberry)
Valley of the Kings. Tomb 43. Tuthmosis IV. Finds.
i2.560A
Foundation-deposit vase in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 46004.

El-Alfi, M. in Discussions in Egyptology 29 (1994), 46 [ii-iv],
Heliopolis. Miscellaneous.
iv.64A
Three inscribed blocks, date uncertain.

El-Alfi, M. in Discussions in Egyptology 29 (1994), 47-8 [vi]
Heliopolis. Miscellaneous.
iv.64A
Block, kneeling Nephthys and text, date uncertain.

El-Alfi, M. in Discussions in Egyptology 29 (1994), 48 [vii]
Heliopolis. Miscellaneous.
iv.64A
Block, cartouche of a Psammetikhos.

El-Alfi, M. in Discussions in Egyptology 29 (1994), 48 [viii]
Heliopolis. Miscellaneous.
iv.64A
Two reliefs, leg of king (?), etc., date uncertain.


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El-Alfi, M. in Discussions in Egyptology 29 (1994), 45 [1], f ig. 1
Heliopolis. Tell Hisn. From neighbourhood of obelisk.
iv.60A
Relief, hunting scene of Sebkuseri, probably Middle Kingdom.

El-Alfi, M. in Discussions in Egyptology 29 (1994), 46-7 [v]
Heliopolis. Tell Hisn. From neighbourhood of obelisk.
iv.60A
Block with text of User, date uncertain.

%El-Alfi, M. in Discussions in Egyptology 32 (1995), 43 [1] fig. 1
Tell Atrîb. Tell el-Matlab.
iv.65A
Head, black granite, Late Period, in magazine at el-Zaqâzîq.

%see El-Alfi, M. in Discussions in Egyptology 32 (1995), 43 [2]
Tell el-Yahûdîya. Menshat Shebin.
iv.58A
 Royal head wearing nemes, in magazine at el-Zaqâzîq.

%see El-Alfi, M. in Discussions in Egyptology 32 (1995), 43 [3]
Samannûd. Finds.
iv.44A
Bust of Niankhhor, black granite, in Tanta Museum, 280.

%El-Alfi, M. in Discussions in Egyptology 32 (1995), 43-4 [4] fig. 2
Minûf. Miscell.
iv.67A
Granite column fragment with cartouche, prenomen of Ramesses II.

%see El-Alfi, M. in Discussions in Egyptology 32 (1995), 44 [5b]
Sâ el-Hagar (Saïs). Miscellaneous.
 .    .
iv.48A
Block with prenomen of Necho I, black basalt.

%see El-Alfi, M. in Discussions in Egyptology 32 (1995), 44 [5c]
Sâ el-Hagar (Saïs). Miscellaneous.
 .    .
iv.49A
Fragment of inscribed canopic jar (Duamutef), calcite.

%see El-Alfi, M. in Discussions in Egyptology 32 (1995), 44 [6]
Tell Umm Harb or Tell Mustâi.
            .                ..
iv.44A
Sandstone block with two columns of offering formulae, in Zaqâzîq Museum, 43.

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%see El-Alfi, M. in Discussions in Egyptology 32 (1995), 44 [6b]
Tell Umm Harb or Tell Mustâi.
             .               ..
iv.44A
Half circular block with remains of royal titulary, in Zaqâzîq Museum, 292.

%see El-Alfi, M. in Discussions in Egyptology 32 (1995), 45 [7] (as in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, 9139)
Minûf. Miscellaneous.
iv.67A
Block with names of Necho II, sandstone, found in a village about 3 km. west of Minûf, now at
Inspectorate in Tanta.
                .   .


%El-Alfi, M. in Discussions in Egyptology 32 (1995), 45 [8] figs. 3, 4
Tanan. Miscellaneous.
iv.67A
Architrave with cartouches of Ramesses II, in a mosque.

%see El-Alfi, M. in Discussions in Egyptology 32 (1995), 45 [9]
Benha. Sandanhour.
iv.67A
Fragment of inscribed block, in Benha Inspectorate.

%see El-Alfi, M. in Discussions in Egyptology 32 (1995), 45-6 [10]
Tell Basta. In the area of Tell Basta. Denshwar.
         .
iv.35A
Relief fragment, Amun and Mut, in el-Zaqâzîq Museum.

%see El-Alfi, M. in Discussions in Egyptology 32 (1995), 46 [11]
Zifta.
iv.44A
Black granite block, inscribed, with mention of Montu, in el-Zaqâzîq Museum.

%El- Alfi, M. in Discussions in Egyptology 32 (1995), 46 [12] figs. 5-8
Benha with Tell Atrîb (Athribis). Miscellaneous.
iv.67A
Inscribed and decorated blocks, some with cartouches of Ramesses II, and one showing, probably Amun.

%El- Alfi, M. in Discussions in Egyptology 32 (1995), 46-7 [9] fig. 9
Abû Sîr. Miscell.
      .
iv.44A
Stela, year 7 of Necho II, King offers field to Osiris, Horus, and Isis above, with seven lines of text below.




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%see El- Alfi, M. in Discussions in Egyptology 32 (1995), 47 [14]
Tell el-Matlab.
iv.65A
Calcite fragment with inscription (perhaps from medical text), in Zaqâzîq magazine.

%El- Alfi, M. in Discussions in Egyptology 32 (1995), 47-8 [1] fig. 10
Atfih. Finds.
    .
iv.75A
Rectangular black basalt stela of Ramesses II, double-scene, King before Hathor, in a magazine at Gîza.

%see El- Alfi, M. in Discussions in Egyptology 32 (1995), 48 [2, 1st item]
Beni Suef. Kom Abu-Radi.
iv.103A
Stela of woman, Musician of Amenope, in Beni Suef magazine.

%see El- Alfi, M. in Discussions in Egyptology 32 (1995), 48 [2, 2nd item]
Beni Suef. Kom Abu-Radi.
iv.103A
Fragmentary stela of Paser.

%see El- Alfi, M. in Discussions in Egyptology 32 (1995), 48-9 [3, 1st item]
El-Kôm el-Ahmar Sawâris. Tomb of Gesa.
              .
iv.125A
Calcite headrest of Gesa, in Mallawi Museum, 159.

%see El- Alfi, M. in Discussions in Egyptology 32 (1995), 49 [3, 2nd item]
El-Kôm el-Ahmar Sawâris. Finds.
              .
iv.126A
Block, broken in two, with cartouche of Amenophis III, in Mallawi Museum 292.

%Jansen-Winkeln in Discussions in Egyptology 32 (1995), 57-62 (discussion of text and scene)
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Bronze situla with Harmakheru and two sons before Theban gods, 3rd. Int. Period, formerly in Föhr
colln., now in private possession in Germany.

%Vercoutter, J. in Discussions in Egyptology 33 (1995), fig. on 134
Semna West. Fort at Semna South.
vii.151A
View from air in 1957.

%Vercoutter, J. in Discussions in Egyptology 33 (1995), fig. on 136
Island of Dabnarti. Fort.
vii.142A
View from air in 1957.

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%see Rocchi, F. in Discussions in Egyptology 34 (1996), 87-90
Valley of the Kings. Tomb 62. Tutankhamun.
i2.572A
Sarcophagus, 240, quartzite.

%Deaton, J. C. in Discussions in Egyptology 35 (1996), 25-8 figs.
802-140-250
Statuette-base with text mentioning Hathor of Dep, dedicated by ...mut, son (or daughter) of Takh-
wadjeti (mother), probably calcite, Late Period, in J. C. Deaton colln.

%Jansen-Winkeln, K. in Discussions in Egyptology 35 (1996), 39-48 Abb. 1
Text on back pillar with translation
Karnak. Subsidiary Buildings. C. Chapels in enclosure wall. Finds.
ii2.14A
Statue of Amenardais I, calcite with granite base, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 565.

%Park, R. in Discussions in Egyptology 37 (1997), 52 fig. 1
King smites foreign enemy
Gebelein. Temple of Hathor.
v.163A
Three blocks of Mentuhotep I (a) King smites foreign enemy, with standards and attendants beyond, in
Cairo, Egyptian Museum, Temp. No. 1.11.17.10.

%Park, R. in Discussions in Egyptology 37 (1997), 53 fig.
Abydos. Umm el-Qaab. Tomb of Wedemu(Den)-Semti.
v.84A
Ivory tablet, King and enemy, in London, British Museum, EA 55586.

%Nibbi, A. in Discussions in Egyptology 38 (1997), 53 fig. 22
Drum, in Hanover, Kestner-Museum, 1935.200.451
Abûsîr. Children of Ptahshepses and Khamerernebti. Chapel.
      .
iii2.343A
False-doors. (d) Kahotp.

%Sowada, K. N. in Discussions in Egyptology 39 (1997), 85-6 fig. 1
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Fragment of relief, Tuthmosis III wearing atef-crown, in Sydney, Nicholson Museum, AML 74.

%el-Noubi, M. in Discussions in Egyptology 40 (1998), 93-103 fig.
Karnak. Colonnade of Tuthmosis I. Finds.
ii2.85A
Fragmentary lintel, Sesostris I with his ka, followed by Seth and Buto, receiving life from Amun,
followed by Montu, and Nekhbet.


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%Aufrere, S. H. in Discussions in Egyptology 41 (1998), 28 [41] fig. on 25
Heliopolis. Tomb of Pethenfi.
iv.59A
Relief with fowling scene, perhaps from this tomb, found at Benha, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE
37913.

%Luban, M. in Discussions in Egyptology 42 (1998), fig. on 78
Upper part
Deir el-Bahri. Great Temple. Statues of Hatshepsut.
           .
ii2.373A
Seated, in New York NY, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 29.3.2.

%Park, R. in Discussions in Egyptology 42 (1998), 128 figs. 5, 6
Details from recto, King and name, rosette
Kôm el-Ahmar. Temple Enclosure. Main Deposit.
            .
v.193A
Slate palette of Narmer, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 14716.

%El-Sabbahy, A.-F. in Discussions in Egyptology 43 (1999), 13-18 fig.
Thebes. TT 1. Sennedjem. Finds.
i2.4A
Bed, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 27254.

%Bedlier, S. in Discussions in Egyptology 44 (1999), 19-35 Taf. 1-4
Tell el-Farâîn. Temple area. Finds.
iv.45A
Torso of a Keeper of the diadems, with outstretched lower arms, and two female figures, perhaps Isis and
Nephthys, in relief on front, and cartouche of Psammetikhos II over a defaced earlier name, probably
Dyn. XXVI.

%Morenz, L. D. in Discussions in Egyptology 45 (1999), 61, 63-4 figs. 1 [a and b] (from Naville) (as
originating in Heliopolis)
Tell Basta. Great Temple. Heb-sed portal.
         .
iv.29A
Re-used blocks of Pepy I, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 1745, 1746.

%Morenz, L. D. in Discussions in Egyptology 45 (1999), 61, 63 fig. 2 (from Fischer)
Cartouche from eastern obelisk now in New York
Alexandria. Caesareum.
iv.4A
Pair of obelisks, ‘Cleopatra’s Needles’, Tuthmosis III, originally from Heliopolis, eastern in New York,
western in London.

%El Sabban, S. in Discussions in Egyptology 46 (2000), 65, 73-8 figs. on 68, 70, 72

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Mît Rahîna. Ptah Enclosure. Various.
iii2.851A
Sarcophagus of cat, dedicated by Dhutmosi (son of Amenophis III), in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG
5003.

%Nibbi, A. in Discussions in Egyptology 47 (2000), 33-4 pl. i
Interior, part of one side
Deir el-Bersha. Middle Kingdom Tombs. Sepi II and Sepi III.
iv.183A
Outer coffin of Sepi III, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 28083.

%Nibbi, A. in Discussions in Egyptology 47 (2000), 33-4 pl. ii
Outer coffin, interior, details
Deir el-Bersha. Miscell.
iv.187A
Outer and innder coffins of Sen, in London, British Museum, EA 30841, 30842.

%DuQuesne, T. in Discussions in Egyptology 48 (2000), 24 [1] pls. i [a, b]
Asyût. Tomb of Hepzefa III. Hoard of stelae, New Kingdom.
      .
iv.264(5)A
Stela of Kenhirkhopshef, Boatman, and wife Rennut, Wepwaut on standard with four jackals before altar
above, and couple adoring below, Dyn. XIX-XX, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 68570.

%DuQuesne, T. in Discussions in Egyptology 48 (2000), 25 [2] pls. ii [a, b]
Asyût. Tomb of Hepzefa III. Hoard of stelae, New Kingdom.
      .
iv.264(5)A
Stela of Wepwautmosi, First prophet of Wepwaut, Wepwaut on standard with eleven jackals below it,
and deceased libating, Dyn. XIX-XX, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 68582.

%DuQuesne, T. in Discussions in Egyptology 48 (2000), 26 [3] pls. iii [a, b]
Asyût. Tomb of Hepzefa III. Hoard of stelae, New Kingdom.
      .
iv.264(5)A
Stela of a Servant of the treasury, name lost, Wepwaut on standard above, and deceased with brazier (or
sistrum) below, Dyn. XIX-XX, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 68584.

%DuQuesne, T. in Discussions in Egyptology 48 (2000), 27 [4] pls. iv [a, b]
Asyût. Tomb of Hepzefa III. Hoard of stelae, New Kingdom.
      .
iv.264(5)A
Stela, Pawen adoring Wepwaut on standard with seven jackals below it, and wife Ta ..., and son below,
Dyn. XIX-XX, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, JE 68743.

%DuQuesne, T. in Discussions in Egyptology 48 (2000), 28 [5] pls. v [a, b]
Asyût. Tomb of Hepzefa III. Hoard of stelae, New Kingdom.
     .
iv.264(5)A

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Stela, Iytnefert, Songstress of Khnum, adoring Wepwaut, and five jackals, Dyn. XIX-XX, in Cairo,
Egyptian Museum.

%DuQuesne, T. in Discussions in Egyptology 48 (2000), 29 [6] pls. vi [a, b]
Asyût. Tomb of Hepzefa III. Hoard of stelae, New Kingdom.
      .
iv.264(5)A
Stela, woman Neferi...(?) ... of Wepwaut adores Wepwaut on standard carried by priests, with jackals
below, Dyn. XIX-XX, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum.

%see Nail, N. in Discussions in Egyptology 48 (2000), 67-79
Thebes. Sheikh Abd el-Qurna. Family tomb of Amenkha.
i2.672A
Discussion of distribution, present whereabouts and original provenance of the Prince of Wales coffins.

%Selve, V. in Discussions in Egyptology 49 (2001), 77-9
Part of text with translation, titles and passages connected with religious rites
Abydos. Finds from Temple of Osiris and in or near Enclosure.
v.45A
Stela of Mentohotep, Vizier, temp. Sesostris I, in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 20539.

%Negm, M. in Discussions in Egyptology 51 (2001), 47-52 figs. 1, 2
Deir el-Medîna. Miscellaneous.
i2.743A
Offering-table of Dhutihirmaktuf, Servant (TT 357), in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, CG 23076.

%DuQuesne, T. in Discussions in Egyptology 53 (2002), 12 [1] pls. i [a, b]
Asyût. Tomb of Hepzefa III. Hoard of stelae, New Kingdom.
     .
iv.264(5)A

Stela, Pawenesh adoring Wepwaut on standard with six jackals below it, Dyn. XIX-XX, in Cairo,
Egyptian Museum, JE 68585.

%DuQuesne, T. in Discussions in Egyptology 53 (2002), 13 [2] pls. ii [a, b]
Asyût. Tomb of Hepzefa III. Hoard of stelae, New Kingdom.
      .
iv.264(5)A
Stela, Paronisut(?) adoring Wepwaut-Re on standard with jackals below it, Dyn. XIX-XX, in Cairo,
Egyptian Museum, JE 68586.

%DuQuesne, T. in Discussions in Egyptology 53 (2002), 14-17 [4-6] pls. iv [a, b]-vi [a, b]
Asyût. Tomb of Hepzefa III. Hoard of stelae, New Kingdom.
     .
iv.264(5)A
Three stelae, names lost, dec. adoring Wepwaut on standard with jackals below, Dyn. XIX-XX, in Cairo,
Egyptian Museum, JE 68739, 68740, unnumbered.


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%DuQuesne, T. in Discussions in Egyptology 53 (2002), 18 [7] pls. vii [a, b]
Asyût. Tomb of Hepzefa III. Hoard of stelae, New Kingdom.
      .
iv.264(5)A
Stela, Wepwaut... Courier of offerings, adoring Wepwaut on standard with jackals below, Dyn. XIX-XX,
in Cairo, Egyptian Museum, unnumbered.




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