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  • Format
    Book
  • Language
    ENGLISH
  • Year Published
    1907
  • Citation Text
    Petrie, William F. Gizeh and Rifeh. London: School of Archaeology in Egypt, University College & Bernard Quaritch, 1907.
  • Individual - Modern
    (Karl) Richard Lepsius, German, 1810–1884
    Alexandre Barsanti
    Cecil Mallaby Firth, British, 1878–1931
    Ernest John Henry Mackay, British, 1880–1943
    Gaston Camille Charles Maspero, French, 1846–1916
    Georges Daressy, French, 1864–1938
    James Edward Quibell, British, 1867–1935
    Lorenzo Dow Covington, American, 1862–1935
    Winifred (Freda) Nest Firth, British, 1872–1937
  • Individual - Ancient
    Akhib (Akhib)
    Amenrekhes
    Ankhapis
    Ankhapis
    Bahetepwer
    Djedher
    Gemefsetkap (in Tjery)
    Gemefsetkap (in Tjery)
    Hepefre
    Hinefer
    Horpre
    Horus
    Imgesi (in Neferherenptah 2)
    Imhetep
    Iymeryt (in Redienptah)
    Kaemredwy (in Neferherenptah 2)
    Keki (in Neferherenptah 2)
    Khuit (in Neferherenptah 2)
    Nedjem
    Neferherenptah (Neferherenptah 2)
    Nefret (in Neferherenptah 2)
    Padiapis
    Padihorsematawy
    Pasaenkheb
    Pato
    Perniankh (Perniankh)
    Petosiris
    Petosiris
    Petosiris
    Psamtik (in Tjery)
    Redienptah (Redienptah)
    Tadihor (in Tjery)
    Tadihor (in Tjery)
    Tanetamun
    Tanethes
    Taremetjenbastet (in Tjery)
    Tashebenneit (in Tjery)
    Tetersh
    Tjery (Tjery)
    Tjery (in Tjery)
  • Publisher
    Bernard Quaritch
    School of Archaeology, University College
  • Author
    Sir William Flinders Petrie, British, 1853–1942

Tombs and Monuments 7

Finds 1

People 50

Ancient People

  • Akhib (Akhib)

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Owner of Akhib (unnumbered rock-cut tomb). Drum lintel of Akhib, identified as [rx nswt sHD rtHw n abw-r nswt jmj-r Sna abw-r nswt] royal acquaintance, inspector of bakers of the king's repast, overseer of the storeroom of the king's repast; found in tomb of Akhib by W.M.F. Petrie (see Petrie, Gizeh and Rifeh, pp. 8-9, pl. VIIa).
  • Amenrekhes

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Late Period coffins (Munich, Staatl. Sammlung, ÄS.1625) of Amenrekhes, daughter of Djedher; precise findspot unknown, found by W.M.F. Petrie (see Petrie, Gizeh and Rifeh, p. 29, pls. XXXIa, XXXVIIIb).
  • Ankhapis

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Block (Manchester Mus. 4618) with demotic graffiti of Ankhapis (identifed as [wAH-mw] choachyte), son of Tetersh, of Ankhapis, son of Padiapis, and of Horus, son of Horpre; precise findspot unknown, found by W.M.F. Petrie (see Petrie, Gizeh and Rifeh, p. 29, pl. XXXVIIa).
  • Ankhapis

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Block (Manchester Mus. 4618) with demotic graffiti of Ankhapis, son of Tetersh, of Ankhapis, son of Padiapis, and of Horus, son of Horpre; precise findspot unknown, found by W.M.F. Petrie (see Petrie, Gizeh and Rifeh, p. 29, pl. XXXVIIa).
  • Bahetepwer

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Green faience ushabti inscribed for Bahetepwer; precise findspot unknown, found by W.M.F. Petrie (see Petrie, Gizeh and Rifeh, p. 29, pl. XXXVIIa).
  • Djedher

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Father of Amenrekhes, owner of Late Period coffins (Munich, Staatl. Sammlung, ÄS.1625); precise findspot unknown, found by W.M.F. Petrie (see Petrie, Gizeh and Rifeh, p. 29, pls. XXXIa, XXXVIIIb).
  • Gemefsetkap (in Tjery)

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Father of Tjery (owner of unnumbered Saite tomb). Appears on south wall of east chamber; name appears on north, east and west walls of east chamber, and on east wall of north chamber of tomb of Tjery.
  • Gemefsetkap (in Tjery)

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Son ([sA=f n Xt=f] his son of his body) of Tjery (owner of unnumbered Saite tomb) and his second wife Tadihor. Appears on north wall of east chamber of tomb of Tjery.
  • Hepefre

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Offering table (UPM_E2923) inscribed for Hepefre, identified as [rx nswt wab nswt] royal acquaintance, royal wab-priest; precise findspot unknown, found by W.M.F. Petrie (see Petrie, Gizeh and Rifeh, pp. 8-9, pl. VIIb).
  • Hinefer

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Standing statue (Manchester University Museum 4171) inscribed for Hinefer, identified as [jr js] tomb-maker; provenance unknown. [See Rowe, Bulletin 44.1, p. 105; Petrie, Gizeh and Rifeh, pl. VIIb]
  • Horpre

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Father of Horus. Block (Manchester Mus. 4618) with demotic graffiti of Ankhapis, son of Tetersh, of Ankhapis, son of Padiapis, and of Horus, son of Horpre; precise findspot unknown, found by W.M.F. Petrie (see Petrie, Gizeh and Rifeh, p. 29, pl. XXXVIIa).
  • Horus

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Block (Manchester Mus. 4618) with demotic graffiti of Ankhapis, son of Tetersh, of Ankhapis, son of Padiapis, and of Horus, son of Horpre; precise findspot unknown, found by W.M.F. Petrie (see Petrie, Gizeh and Rifeh, p. 29, pl. XXXVIIa).
  • Imgesi (in Neferherenptah 2)

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Son of Neferherenptah (owner of unnumbered rock-cut tomb). Named on lintel (Manchester University Museum 4612) inscribed for Neferherenptah, inscribed [xtmw nswt Snwt nfrHrnptH Hmt=f nfrt msw=f sHD mDAt jmgsj xwt k[A]mrdwj kkj] royal sealer of the granary Neferherenptah, his wife Nefret, his children: inspector of letters Imgesi, Khuit, Kaemredwy and Keki; originally over entrance to tomb of Neferherenptah (2), found by W.M.F. Petrie (see Rowe, Bulletin 44.1, p. 105; Petrie, Gizeh and Rifeh, pp. 8-9, pl. VIIa).
  • Imhetep

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Owner of set of four canopic jars (Edinburgh, Roy. Scot. Mus. 1907.713.1); precise findspot unknown, found by W.M.F. Petrie (see Petrie, Gizeh and Rifeh, p. 29, pls. XXXIa, XXXIb).
  • Iymeryt (in Redienptah)

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Wife ([Hmt=f] his wife) of Redienptah, owner of unnumbered rock-cut tomb. Lintel and drum lintel of Redienptah and Iymeryt; found by W.M.F. Petrie in tomb of Redienptah (see Petrie, Gizeh and Rifeh, pp. 8-9, pl. VIIa).
  • Kaemredwy (in Neferherenptah 2)

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Son of Neferherenptah (owner of unnumbered rock-cut tomb). Named on lintel (Manchester University Museum 4612) inscribed for Neferherenptah (2), inscribed [xtmw nswt Snwt nfrHrnptH Hmt=f nfrt msw=f sHD mDAt jmgsj xwt k[A]mrdwj kkj] royal sealer of the granary Neferherenptah, his wife Nefret, his children: inspector of letters Imgesi, Khuit, Kaemredwy and Keki; originally over entrance to tomb of Neferherenptah (2), found by W.M.F. Petrie (see Rowe, Bulletin 44.1, p. 105; Petrie, Gizeh and Rifeh, pp. 8-9, pl. VIIa).
  • Keki (in Neferherenptah 2)

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Son of Neferherenptah (owner of unnumbered rock-cut tomb). Named on lintel (Manchester University Museum 4612) inscribed for Neferherenptah (2), inscribed [xtmw nswt Snwt nfrHrnptH Hmt=f nfrt msw=f sHD mDAt jmgsj xwt k[A]mrdwj kkj] royal sealer of the granary Neferherenptah, his wife Nefret, his children: inspector of letters Imgesi, Khuit, Kaemredwy and Keki; originally over entrance to tomb of Neferherenptah (2), found by W.M.F. Petrie (see Rowe, Bulletin 44.1, p. 105; Petrie, Gizeh and Rifeh, pp. 8-9, pl. VIIa).
  • Khuit (in Neferherenptah 2)

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Son of Neferherenptah (owner of unnumbered rock-cut tomb). Named on lintel (Manchester University Museum 4612) inscribed for Neferherenptah (2), inscribed [xtmw nswt Snwt nfrHrnptH Hmt=f nfrt msw=f sHD mDAt jmgsj xwt k[A]mrdwj kkj] royal sealer of the granary Neferherenptah, his wife Nefret, his children: inspector of letters Imgesi, Khuit, Kaemredwy and Keki; originally over entrance to tomb of Neferherenptah (2), found by W.M.F. Petrie (see Rowe, Bulletin 44.1, p. 105; Petrie, Gizeh and Rifeh, pp. 8-9, pl. VIIa).
  • Nedjem

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Offering basin (Manchester University Museum 4355) inscribed for Nedjem, identified as [rx nswt sHD qd] royal acquaintance, inspector of builders; provenance unknown. [See Rowe, Bulletin 44.1, p. 105; Petrie, Gizeh and Rifeh, pl. VIId]
  • Neferherenptah (Neferherenptah 2)

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Owner of Neferherenptah (2) (unnumbered rock-cut tomb). Lintel and drum lintel (Manchester University Museum 4612 and 4617) inscribed for Neferherenptah, lintel inscribed [xtmw nswt Snwt nfrHrnptH Hmt=f nfrt msw=f sHD mDAt jmgsj xwt k[A]mrdwj kkj] royal sealer of the granary Neferherenptah, his wife Nefret, his children: inspector of letters Imgesi, Khuit, Kaemredwy and Keki, drum inscribed with [Htp dj nswt] offering formula for Neferherenptah; originally over entrance to tomb of Neferherenptah (2), found by W.M.F. Petrie (see Rowe, Bulletin 44.1, p. 105; Petrie, Gizeh and Rifeh, pp. 8-9, pl. VIIa).
  • Nefret (in Neferherenptah 2)

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Wife of Neferherenptah (owner of unnumbered rock-cut tomb). Named on lintel (Manchester University Museum 4612) inscribed for Neferherenptah (2), inscribed [xtmw nswt Snwt nfrHrnptH Hmt=f nfrt msw=f sHD mDAt jmgsj xwt k[A]mrdwj kkj] royal sealer of the granary Neferherenptah, his wife Nefret, his children: inspector of letters Imgesi, Khuit, Kaemredwy and Keki; originally over entrance to tomb of Neferherenptah (2), found by W.M.F. Petrie (see Rowe, Bulletin 44.1, p. 105; Petrie, Gizeh and Rifeh, pp. 8-9, pl. VIIa).
  • Padiapis

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Father of Ankhapis. Block (Manchester Mus. 4618) with demotic graffiti of Ankhapis, son of Tetersh, of Ankhapis, son of Padiapis, and of Horus, son of Horpre; precise findspot unknown, found by W.M.F. Petrie (see Petrie, Gizeh and Rifeh, p. 29, pl. XXXVIIa).
  • Padihorsematawy

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Father of Petosiris. Block (Manchester Mus. 4622) with demotic graffiti of Petosiris; precise findspot unknown, found by W.M.F. Petrie (see Petrie, Gizeh and Rifeh, p. 29, pl. XXXVIIa).
  • Pasaenkheb

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Block (in Cairo Museum, EMC_JE_38967 = EMC_CG_50034) with demotic graffiti of Pato, son of Petosiris, of Pasaenkheb [Pesekh] (identified as [wAh-mw] choachyte), son of Petosiris, and of Tanetamun [Tamin], daughter of Tanethes [Khentihetep]; precise findspot unknown, found by W.M.F. Petrie (see Petrie, Gizeh and Rifeh, p. 29, pl. XXXVIIa).
  • Pato

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Block (in Cairo Museum, EMC_JE_38967 = EMC_CG_50034) with demotic graffiti of Pato (identified as [wAh mw] choachyte), son of Petosiris, of Pasaenkheb (Pesekh), son of Petosiris, and of Tanetamun (Tamin), daughter of Tanethes (Khentihetep); precise findspot unknown, found by W.M.F. Petrie (see Petrie, Gizeh and Rifeh, p. 29, pl. XXXVIIa).
  • Perniankh (Perniankh)

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Owner of Perniankh (unnumbered rock-cut tomb). Drum lintel with offering text (UPM E 15990) inscribed for Perniankh, identified as [sqd wjA jrj xt n pr-HD rx nswt] rower of the bark, administrator of the treasury, royal acquaintance; originally over entrance to tomb of Perniankh, found by W.M.F. Petrie (see Petrie, Gizeh and Rifeh, pp. 8-9, pl. VIIa).
  • Petosiris

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Block (Manchester Mus. 4622) with demotic graffiti of Petosiris, son of Padihorsematawy, identifed as [wAH-mw] choachyte; precise findspot unknown, found by W.M.F. Petrie (see Petrie, Gizeh and Rifeh, p. 29, pl. XXXVIIa).
  • Petosiris

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Father of Pato. Block (in Cairo Museum, EMC_JE_38967 = EMC_CG_50034) with demotic graffiti of Pato, son of Petosiris, of Pasaenkheb [Pesekh], son of Petosiris, and of Tanetamun [Tamin], daughter of Tanethes [Khentihetep]; precise findspot unknown, found by W.M.F. Petrie (see Petrie, Gizeh and Rifeh, p. 29, pl. XXXVIIa).
  • Petosiris

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Father of Pasaenkheb [Pesekh]. Block (in Cairo Museum, EMC_JE_38967 = EMC_CG_50034) with demotic graffiti of Pato, son of Petosiris, of Pasaenkheb [Pesekh], son of Petosiris, and of Tanetamun [Tamin], daughter of Tanethes [Khentihetep]; precise findspot unknown, found by W.M.F. Petrie (see Petrie, Gizeh and Rifeh, p. 29, pl. XXXVIIa).
  • Psamtik (in Tjery)

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Eldest son ([sA=f smsw] his eldest son) of Tjery (owner of unnumbered Saite tomb) and his first wife Taremetjenbastet. Appears on north wall of east chamber, identifed as [jmj-r sAw-pr] overseer of police; name appears on south wall of east chamber of tomb of Tjery.
  • Redienptah (Redienptah)

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Owner of Redienptah (unnumbered rock-cut tomb). Lintel and drum lintel of Redienptah, identified as [rx nswt smr pr-aA jmj-r swnw] royal acquaintance, companion of the Great House, overseer of physicians; lintel and drum lintel of Redienptah and his wife Iymeryt, Redienptah identified as [rx nswt jmj-r wpt n sAb jmj-r wpt n pr-aA smr pr-aA] royal acquaintance, companion of the Great House, overseer of commissions of the judiciary, overseer of commissions of the Great House; both found by W.M.F. Petrie in tomb of Redienptah (see Petrie, Gizeh and Rifeh, pp. 8-9, pl. VIIa).
  • Tadihor (in Tjery)

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Mother of Tjery (owner of unnumbered Saite tomb). Appears on south wall of west chamber, identified as [nbt pr] lady of the house. Name appears on east, west, north and south walls of east chamber, and on east wall of north chamber of tomb of Tjery.
  • Tadihor (in Tjery)

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Second wife ([Hmt=f] his wife) of Tjery (owner of unnumbered Saite tomb) and mother of Gemefsetkap. Appears on south side of door of west chamber, identified as [nbt pr] lady of the house. Name appears on north wall of east chamber and on east wall of north chamber of tomb of Tjery.
  • Tanetamun

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Block (in Cairo Museum, EMC_JE_38967 = EMC_CG_50034) with demotic graffiti of Pato, son of Petosiris, of Pasaenkheb [Pesekh], son of Petosiris, and of Tanetamun [Tamin] (identified as [wAh mw] choachyte), daughter of Tanethes [Khentihetep]; precise findspot unknown, found by W.M.F. Petrie (see Petrie, Gizeh and Rifeh, p. 29, pl. XXXVIIa).
  • Tanethes

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Father of Tanetamun [Tamin]. Block (in Cairo Museum, EMC_JE_38967 = EMC_CG_50034) with demotic graffiti of Pato, son of Petosiris, of Pasaenkheb [Pesekh], son of Petosiris, and of Tanetamun [Tamin], daughter of Tanethes [Khentihetep]; precise findspot unknown, found by W.M.F. Petrie (see Petrie, Gizeh and Rifeh, p. 29, pl. XXXVIIa).
  • Taremetjenbastet (in Tjery)

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks First wife of Tjery (owner of unnumbered Saite tomb) and mother of Psamtik. Name appears twice on north and south walls of east chamber of tomb of Tjery.
  • Tashebenneit (in Tjery)

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Great-grandmother of Tjery (owner of unnumbered Saite tomb). Appears in wall relief, identified as [nbt pr] lady of the house; found on south door reveal of east chamber of tomb of Tjery.
  • Tetersh

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Mother ([mwt=f] his mother) of Ankhapis. Block (Manchester Mus. 4618) with demotic graffiti of Ankhapis, son of Tetersh, of Ankhapis, son of Padiapis, and of Horus, son of Horpre; precise findspot unknown, found by W.M.F. Petrie (see Petrie, Gizeh and Rifeh, p. 29, pl. XXXVIIa).
  • Tjery (Tjery)

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Owner of Tjery (unnumbered Saite tomb). Appears numerous times in wall reliefs, identified as [jmj-r sAw-pr jmj-r Swt nSmwt] overseer of police, overseer of (animals with) feathers and scales; found in tomb of Tjery.
  • Tjery (in Tjery)

    • Type Individual - Ancient
    • Remarks Grandfather of Tjery (owner of unnumbered Saite tomb). Name appears in wall relief, identifed as [jmAx xr Nt nbt sAt] revered before Neith, Lady of Sais; found on south wall of east chamber of tomb of Tjery.

Modern People

  • (Karl) Richard Lepsius

    • Type Individual - Modern
    • Nationality & Dates German, 1810–1884
    • Remarks Egyptologist. Nationality and life dates from Who was Who in Egyptology.
  • Alexandre Barsanti

    • Type Individual - Modern
    • Nationality & Dates
    • Remarks Egyptologist, artist, restorer. Giza—early 20th century.
  • Cecil Mallaby Firth

    • Type Individual - Modern
    • Nationality & Dates British, 1878–1931
    • Remarks Egyptologist; husband of Winifred Nest Firth. Nationality and life dates from Who was Who in Egyptology.
  • Ernest John Henry Mackay

    • Type Individual - Modern
    • Nationality & Dates British, 1880–1943
    • Remarks British archaeologist.
  • Gaston Camille Charles Maspero

    • Type Individual - Modern
    • Nationality & Dates French, 1846–1916
    • Remarks Sir; Egyptologist. Director of the Service des Antiquities. Nationality and life dates from Who was Who in Egyptology. (1846-1916) French Egyptologist, of Italian origin; he was born in Paris, 24 June 1846, son of Miss Adèle Maspero; he was naturalized when very young and educated at the Lycée Louis- le-Grand, 1853-65, and the Ecole Normale, Paris, 1865-7; he was made Professor of Egyptoloy Ecole des Hautes Etudes, 1869, he gained Doct.-ès 1873; appointed professor of Egyptian Philology and Archaeology, Coll. de France, 1874; Maspero became interested in hieroglyphs at the age of 14 while still at school, and in 1867 met Mariette (q.v.), who gave him two newly discovered hieroglyphic texts to study which, he then translated in less than a fortnight; he published these the same year, but his career was temporarily interrupted when he went with a French family to Montevideo and worked on the Inca language Quichua; he returned to France and studied with de Rougé (q.v.); he married 1. Harriet Yapp, 1871 (d. 1873) 2. 1880 Louise Justine Elisabeth Madeleine Catherine Balluet d'Estournelles de Constant de Rebecque; he went to Egypt in 1880, as head of an archaeological mission which later became the IFAO, and organized the work of recording scenes and inscriptions in many important tombs, espec. in the Valley of Kings; he was appointed Director of the Bulaq Museum, succeeding Mariette, 1881-6; also of the Antiquities Service; Mariette when dying had been interested in the opening of the smaller pyramids and Brugsch (q.v.) had discovered and copied the texts in Pepi I and Merenre; Maspero continued this work and opened three more; in all he copied and translated 4,000 lines of inscription, making the first edition of these famous Pyramid Texts ; he was also involved in the removal of the Deir el-Bahari collection of mummies to Cairo Museum, 1881; it is impossible to list all of his great achievements here but the following must be cited: he arranged and catalogued the immense collections in Cairo Museum, regulated excavation throughout Egypt, inaugurated the systematic clearance and preservation of Karnak, and with Lord Cromer's help built up the then embryonic Antiquities Service with five inspectorates for different areas; Maspero returned to France 1886-99, and was again Director in Egypt, 1899-1914, when illness forced him to go back to France in July; under his direction Reisner (q.v.) undertook the Archaeological Survey of Nubia, 1907-9; he acquired many honours, Acad. des Inscriptions, 1883; Hon. Fellow, The Queen's College and Hon DCL, Oxford 1887; Hon. KCMG, 1909; Sec. Perpétuel, Acad. des Inscr., 1914; his activity, industry and learning were enormous, and he held the premier place in Egyptology in his generation; he edited the gigantic Cairo Catalogue which had reached 50 vols. at the time of his death, and the Nubian temples vols. which then numbered 12; he wrote on a very wide variety of subjects and the number of his published works listed in his bib. exceeds that of any other Egyptologist, c. 1200 items; many of these were small or else reviews, his principal works being, L'Inscripion dédicatoire du Temple d'Abydos, 1867; Hymne au Nil 1868; Une Enquête judiciaire à Thébes au temps de la XXe dynastie (i.e. Papyrus Abbott), 1871; Des formes de la conjugaison en égyptian antique en démotique et en copte 1871; Les Pronoms personnels en égyptien, 1872; Du genre épistolaire chez les Eyptiens de I'époque pharaonique, 1872; Histoire ancienne des peuples de l'Orient, 1875, and many later- eds.; Mémoire sur quelques Papyrus du Louvre, 1875 Etudes Egyptiennes-Romans et poésies du papyrus Harris no. 500..., 1879; Etudes Eg.- Etude sur quelques peintures et sur quelques texts relatifs aux funérailles, with le conte d'Apôpi et de Soknouri, 1881; La Trouvaille de Deir-el-Bahari, with E. Brugsch, 1881; Les Contes populaires de L'Egypte ancienne ..., 1882; Guide du visiteur au musée de Boulaq, 1883; La Trouvaille de Deir-el-Bahari, 1883; L' Archéologie éyptienne, 1887, trans. by A. B. Edwards; Les Momies Royales de Deir-el-Bahari, fol., 1889; Trois années de fouilles dans les tombeaux de Thèbes et Memphis, fol., 1889; Catalogue du Musée Egyptien de Marseille, 1889; Histoire ancienne Egypte, Assyrie. 1890, trans. by A. Morton; Fragments de manuscrits coptes-thèbains provenant de, la Bibl. du Deir Amba-Shenoudah. 1892; Les Inscriptions des pyramides deSaqqarah, 4°, 1894; Histoire ancienne des peuples de l'Orient classique, 3 vols., 4-, 1895, 1897, 1899, (trans, and ed. A. H. Sayce as The Dawn of Civilization -Egypt and Chaldea, 1896; The Struggle of the Nations - Egypt, Syria and Assyyia, 1896; The Passing of the Empires, 1900); Fouilles autour de la pyramide d'Ounas, with A. Barsanti, 1900; Guide du visiteur au musée du Caire, 1902; and many eds.; Causeries d'Egypte, 1907; Les Mémoires de Sinouhit..., 1908; New Light on Ancient Egypt, trans. E. Lee, 1908 Sarcophages des époques persane et ptolémaïque, Cairo Cat., 4°, 1908; Egypt: ancient sites and modern scenes, 1910; Essai sur I'art égyptien , 1912; Etudes de mythologie et d'archéologie ég., 8 vols., 1893, 1898, 1900; 1911, 1912, 1913, 1916; Les enseignemets d'Amenemhaît l et à son fils Sanouasrît Ier 1914; he also translated Ebers Egypt, 1880,1881, edited the works of Renouf (q.v.) and as a young man transcribed Champollion's Notices, Maspero's second wife died Paris, 22jan. 1953 aged nearly 100; he died in Paris whilst about to address a meeting of the Academy, 30 june 1916 H. Cordier, Bibliographie de Gaston Maspero, 1922, 127-35, enumerates a long list of obituary notices of Maspero, many with portraits; H. Cordier, Maspero en Amérique, 1920; AE (1916), 145-9 (W. M. F. Petrie); ASAE 16 (1916), 129-40 (portr. Daressy) BSAC I (I 936) 'Gaston Maspero et les études coptes', 27-36 (portr.) (H. Munier); (CRAIBL, 1918 (1917), 445-82 (R. Cagnat); EB IIth ed., 17, 848; EB 1968 ed., 14, 1023 (W. R- Dawson); JEA 3 (1916), 227-34 (portr.) (E. Naville); JEA 33 (1947), 'Letters from Maspero to Amelia Edwards', 66.-89 (portr.) (W. R. Dawson); JMEOS 1915-16,104 (W. M. Crompton); JRAS 1917, 629-31 (L. W. King); La Grande Enc. 23, 362-3 (H. M.); Larousse 7, 144 (portr.); Mélanges Maspero, 3 vols. (I934-53) Mem. IFAO tom. 66-8, Nation 103 New York (I 916), 176-7( J. H. Breasted); Petrie, 27 and passim; PSBA 38 141-5 (G. F. Legge); Réc. (1916), Ric. Trav. 38 (1916), 211-25 (portr.) (E, Chassinat); Rev. Arch. 5e ser., iv (I916), 172-6 (portr.) (E. Naville); Rev. de L'hist. des religions, Nov.-Dec. 1916, 031-264 (A. Moret); Rev. Hist. 1916, 434-40 (A. Moret); Sphinx 21 (1924), 1-11 (G. jéquier); WWWii, 710
  • Georges Daressy

    • Type Individual - Modern
    • Nationality & Dates French, 1864–1938
    • Remarks Egyptologist. Nationality and life dates from Who was Who in Egyptology.
  • James Edward Quibell

    • Type Individual - Modern
    • Nationality & Dates British, 1867–1935
    • Remarks Egyptologist; husband of Annie Abernethie. Nationality and life dates from Who was Who in Egyptology.
  • Lorenzo Dow Covington

    • Type Individual - Modern
    • Nationality & Dates American, 1862–1935
    • Remarks né Croninger; Excavator; Excavated at Giza 1902–1903. Nationality and life dates from Who was Who in Egyptology.
  • Sir William Flinders Petrie

    • Type Author
    • Nationality & Dates British, 1853–1942
    • Remarks Father of British Egyptology.
  • Winifred (Freda) Nest Firth

    • Type Individual - Modern
    • Nationality & Dates British, 1872–1937
    • Remarks née Hansard; Artist and copyist; wife of Egyptologist Cecil Mallaby Firth; Artist for project. Nationality and life dates from Who was Who in Egyptology.

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