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Valley of the Acacia
DEPARTMENT OF EGYPTIAN AND ASSYRIAN
THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.
PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE PAPYRUS OF NEBSENI in the British Museum.
1876. Unmounted 21. 2s. (Mounted copies and copies in portfolios may be obtained on special terms.)
THE PAPYRUS OF ANI, THE BOOK OF THE DEAD. Facsimile.
Second edition. 1894. Fol. Portfolio or half bound. 21. 10s.
THE PAPYRUS OF ANI, THE BOOK OF THE DEAD. The Egyptian
Text, with interlinear transliteration and translation, a running translation, introduction, etc. By E. A. Wallis Budge, Litt.D. 1895. 4to. ll. 10s.
FACSIMILES OF THE PAPYRI OF HUNEFER, ANHAI, KERASHER, AND
NETCHEMET, with supplementary text from the Papyrus of Nu.
EGYPTIAN TEXTS OF THE EARLIEST PERIOD, from the coffin of
Amamu. 32 coloured plates. 1886. Fol. 21. 2s.
EGYPTIAN PAPYRI, ETC.
FACSIMILE OF THE RHIND MATHEMATICAL PAPYRUS in the British
Museum. 21 plates. 1898. Fol. 18s.
INSCRIPTIONS IN THE HIERATIC AND DEMOTIC CHARACTER. 1868.
Fol. 11. 7s. 6d.
COPTIC AND GREEK TEXTS OF THE CHRISTIAN PERIOD, from
Ostraka, Stelæ, etc., in the British Museum. By H. R. Hall. 100 plates. 1905. Foolscap. 21.
GREEK AND ROMAN ANTIQUITIES
PRINTED BY ORDER OF THE TRUSTEES.
LONDON: PRINTED BY WILLIAM CLOWES AND SONS, LIMITED, DUKE STREET, STAMFORD STREET, S.E., AND GREAT WINDMILL STREET, W.
PREFACE TO THE FOURTH EDITION.
In this Guide I have attempted to give in a brief form a description of the Greek and Roman Antiquities in the British Museum. Such facts are stated as are necessary in order that the historical portions and interest of the different groups of objects may be understood, and points of special interest in the separate objects are also indicated. In the accounts of the several Rooms references are given to the larger Catalogues, which should be consulted by those who wish to study the collections in greater detail.
Several sections of the Guide have been rewritten in the present edition, and additional or improved blocks have been inserted.
ARTHUR H. Smith.