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Abû Sâlih. The Churches and Monasteries of Egypt and some neighbouring Countries, attributed to Abû Sâlih, the Armenian, translated from the original Arabic by B. T. A. Evetts, M.A., with added notes by A. J. Butler, M.A., small 4to. xxv and 382 pp. with a coloured map, cloth, 21s 1895
The History attributed to Abû Sâlih, the Armenian, is here edited for the first time, from the unique MS. preserved in the National Library, Paris.
Aegyptische und Vorderasiatische Alter
thümer aus den Königlichen Museen zu Berlin. Mit erklärendem Text;
A magnificent work on the Monuments and Art of Babylon, Assyria, Syria and Egypt, illustrating every period.
Publications of the Archæological Survey
OF EGYPT. Edited by F. LL. GRIFFITH, B.A., F.S.A.
FIRST MEMOIR (to Subscribers, 1890-91). BENI HASAN. Part I. By Percy E. Newberry. With Plans and Measurements of the Tombs by G. W. Fraser, F.S.A., 49 plates, £1. 58
SECOND MEMOIR (to Subscribers, 1891-92). BENI HASAN. Part II. By Percy E. Newberry. With Appendix, Plans and Measurements by G. W. Fraser, F.S.A., 39 plates, £1. 58
THIRD MEMOIR (to Subscribers, 1892-93). EL BERSHEH.
"There is no doubt that this edition of the texts is the best hitherto published, but hieroglyphic texts are in the main only useful for Egyptologists, and they form after all but a very small part of the book, which owes its chief attraction to the large number of beautiful plates which are in it.
It would be difficult to speak too highly of their excellence."-Nature, Dec. 21st, 1893.
"The Egypt Exploration Fund has never been applied to a better purpose than when it employed Mr. Newberry to describe scientifically the famour grottoes of Beni Hasan."-Saturday Review, July 15th, 1893.
"The work which Mr. Newberry and his coadjutors of the Archæological Survey
of Egypt have done in preparing this handsome volume is beyond all praise. A permanent record, such as is here commenced, is most valuable. . . Altogether this is a most interesting book, and we look forward with pleasure to seeing the publication completed."-Pall Mall Gazette, September 25th, 1893.
"These volumes form the first exhaustive publication of a series of Egyptian monuments. Notwithstanding the labours of Champollion, Rosellini and Lepsius, this is the first attempt, and it is one that may be called completely successful, at the thorough examination and reproduction of a great range of Egyptian monuments." Academy, June 9th, 1894.
BERNARD QUARITCH has been appointed agent to the Egyptian Exploration
An Atlas of Ancient Egypt, with complete Index.
Geographical and Historical Notes, Biblical References, 4to. 8 COLOURED
This most useful volume is a special publication of the EGYPT EXPLORATION FUND. It is prefaced by an interesting
introduction on the Geographical Aspects of Ancient Egyptian History.
Burton's (J.) Excerpta Hieroglyphica, or exact copies of various
Hieroglyphical Inscriptions, etc. now existing in Egypt and at Mount Sinai, 4 parts in 1 vol. oblong 4to. 61 plates, hf. morocco, £1. 12s Cairo, 1825-37
Book of the Dead:
The Text of the Papyrus of Ani, the BOOK OF THE
DEAD: The Egyptian Text, with interlinear transliteration and translation,
The Facsimile of the Papyrus of Ani, in the
British Museum, imperial folio, SECOND EDITION, 37 large folded plates printed in colours, with descriptive text, half bound, £2. 10s'
Trustees of the British Museum, 1894
Le Page Renouf, the Egyptian Book of the Dead, translation and
commentary, with vignettes and other illustrations, Parts I to III now ready, 4to. sd. each 58
To be completed in 8 parts.
The request having been made by a number of friends that this translation, &c., should be issued in a different form so as to be a separate book, and Mr. Renouf having kindly consented, it is proposed to issue a
1893-94 limited number of copies upon large paper, in numbers at 5s each. Scholars desirous of obtaining a copy should order at once, as the price will be raised on the publication of the fourth part. — Society of Biblical Archæology.
Budge (E. A. Wallis) THE SARCOPHAGUS OF ANCHNESRANEFERAB, Queen of Áhmes II, King of Egypt, impl. 8vo. (pub.
at 158), cloth, 58
The work contains the whole of the text of this Sarcophagus (in hieroglyphic type), with a literal translation and transliteration, a general introduction, and a running translation, together with a list of the words contained in the text. This form of publication not only places the text at the disposal of scholars, but also serves as a useful reading-book to those who are engaged in studying the language.
The Author has had the benefit of the generous assistance and guidance of the late SAMUEL BIRCH, Esq., LL.D., D.C.L.; and of P. LE PAGE RENOUF, Esq., H.M. Inspector of Schools.
Budge (E. A.) AN EGYPTIAN READING BOOK, 8vo. xvi and 194 pp.
cloth (pub. at 7s 6d), 28
The extracts in this book are taken from the most important Egyptian Inscriptions giving the student a most excellent opportunity of obtaining varied experience without going to the expense of buying numerous works, some of which are now highly priced.
Budge (E. A.) First Steps in Egyptian, 8vo. xvi and 322 pp.
double interlineal, cloth, 98
A book for beginners, comprising the Introduction, a variety of Stories and Reading Lessons, and a Glossary.
The widespread interest in Egyptology which has sprung up during the last few years has produced an increased demand for books upon every branch of the science; Egyptologists have striven to meet this demand, and the wants of almost every class of student have been adequately supplied. Only the beginner has been somewhat forgotten. This book will meet this want and at a moderate cost.
Budge's Egyptian Reading Book
BEGINNERS, being a series of historical, funeral, moral, religious and mythological texts, printed in hieroglyphic characters, together with a transliteration and a complete vocabulary, stout 8vo. Ivi and 594 pp. cloth, 158 1896
No pains have been spared to make the vocabulary complete. With a view of helping the beginner English versions of a few of the texts have been added, and it is hoped that these may smooth his way and lead to the perusal of others.
Catalogue des Monuments et Inscriptions de
PREMIÈRE SÉRIE: HAUTE ÉGYPTE, TOME PREMIER; DE LA FRONTIÈRE DE NUBIE A KOM OMBOS PAR J. DE MORGAN, U. BOURIANT, G. LEGRAIN, G. JÉQUIER, A. BARSANTI., 1 vol. impl. 4to. photogravure portrait of the Khedive, map, coloured plate of Frescoes, numerous phototyped views and facsimiles of Hieroglyphics, etc., sd. £2. 2s
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With Sir Augustus Harris's Bookplate.
Congrès Provincial des Orientalistes Français. Compte-rendu
de la première session, Saint-Etienne, 1875. 2 vols. 8vo. with plates; sd. 78 6d
The second volume, 604 pages, is entirely devoted to Egyptology, and contains :
Notice sur F. J. Chabas, with plates of the Bulaq Papyrus; Les Libations chez les Anciens Egyptiens, par Chabas, 3 plates; Le grande edition du Livre des Morts; Les Anciens Egyptiens connaissaient-ils le mouvement de la terre? par J. Lieblein; Une Stèle du Musée egyptien de Florence
St. Etienne, 1878-80
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Egyptian Texts of the Earliest period, from the
Coffin of Amamu. Folio, 32 coloured plates, £2. 28 British Museum, 1886 ERMAN (A.) Egyptian Grammar with table of signs, bibliography, exercises for reading and glossary, translated by J. H. Breasted, 12mo. cloth, 188 1894
Erman (A.) Life in Ancient Egypt, described by Adolf Erman, trans
lated by H. M. Tirard, with 400 Illustrations and maps, royal 8vo. xvi and 507 pp. (pub. at 21s), cloth, 10s 6d
1894 The need of a popular work on the manners and customs of Ancient Egypt has long been felt by the English public, no English Scholar has attempted to fill this gap since the time of Wilkinson.
Heliogravures after original views taken by R. M. Junghaendel,
with a preface by C. G. Rawlinson, roy. folio, 25 plates, in parts, £5. ; or, bound, £6.
15. Valley of the Tombs of the Kings at Thebes.
LIST OF THE PLATES.
2. Mosque of Sultan Hasan in Cairo.
16. Temple at Der el-Bahree.
5. Mosque of Amr in Old-Cairo.
17. School in Upper Egypt.
6. Pyramids of Ghizeh.
7. Sphinx of Ghizeh.
20. Temple at Der el-Medineh.
9. Dancing Girl at Keneh.
11. Avenue of Sphinxes at Karnak.
Inscriptions in the Hieratic and Demotic
CHARACTER. Folio; bds. (pub. at £1. 7s 6d), 18s British Museum, 1868
LANZONE (R. V.) Les Papyrus du Lac
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PIEN nach den Zeichnungen der von S. M. Friedrich Wilhelm IV, nach diesen Ländern gesendten und in den Jahren 1842-45 ausgeführten wissenschaftlichen Expedition, 6 parts in 12 vols. elephant folio, 899 plates, lithographed and coloured, handsomely bound in half red morocco, in a glass fronted mahogany case measuring in height, 43 in.; depth, 27 in.; width, 28 in. £50.
The gift of the Duke of Northumberland to the late Reginald Stuart Poole, LL.D.
Mariette-Bey (Aug.) VOYAGE DANS LA HAUTE EGYPTE,
second edition, with 83 beautiful photographic views of the ancient monu ments found between Cairo and the First Cataract, 2 vols. roy. folio (pub. at 300 frs.), £8. Paris, 1893 attractions. It combines on a reduced scale the full views of David Roberts' Egypt with the scholarship of Champollion and Rosellini's works.
This work gives a splendid general view of the Scenery and Antiquities of Upper Egypt, and will be most interesting to those who, having visited Egypt, wish for a scientific descriptive account of its chief
De Morgan (J.) FOUILLES À DAHCHOUR, Mars-Juin, 1894
avec la collaboration de MM. BERTHELOT, G. LEGRAIN, G. JÉQUIER, V. LORET, D. FOUQUET.
1 vol. impl. 4to. phototyped views and facsimiles, including several beautifully coloured plates of the Jewels belonging to the Egyptian Princesses recently discovered in the North Fyramid; sd. £2. 28
Recherches sur les Origines de l'Egypte.
L'Age de la Pierre et les Metaux.
"M. de Morgan's book bristles with in-
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De Morgan (M.) Recherches sur les Origines de l'Egypte Ethno
graphie Préhistorique et Tombeau Royal de Négadah, royal 8vo. x and 393 pp. with 900 illustrations, sd., 21s
Original Papers read before the Syro-Egyptian Society. Vol. I,
part 1, 8vo. with map and plates of Cuneiform Inscriptions; sd. 18
CONTENTS: Pharaoh and his Princes, or the dynastic changes in the ancient Egyptian government, by I. Cullimore; Obelisks of ancient Egypt, by W. H. Yates; Emperor Trajan's Campaign in Mesopotamia, by W. F. Ainsworth; Hieroglyphics of Horapollo Nilous, by Sam. Sharpe; Ruins of
Naucratis and the site of Sais, by J. S. Buckingham; Notices on Abyssinia, by Ch. Johnston; Province of Hadhramaut, by W. Plate, with map; Wedge Inscription discovered on the Upper Euphrates, by G. F. Grotefend.
The volume will be of the size of "Tell el Amarna" (and other works of mine), about twice that thickness, and issued at about 30s or 36s net. The work will be called NAGADA BALLAS AND KUPT, and contain the results of two years' excavations, with about 80 or 100 plates.
WM. F. PETRIE.
Flinders Petrie (W. M.) Egyptian Decorative Art, crown 8vo.
with 120 illustrations, cloth, 38 6d
A book which deals with a subject which has never yet been seriously treated.
A selection of the ancient tales of Egypt, edited from original sources, and of great importance as illustrating the life and society of ancient Egypt.