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THE ROSETTA STONE

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1. Dried body of an Egyptian of the Neolithic Period.
The pottery found with him belongs to different
periods

2. Earthenware figure of a youth of the Neolithic Period.
This is one of the earliest tomb-figures known. From
Khizam in Upper Egypt

1. Model of an Egyptian House. Predynastic Period
2. Green slate object sculptured with a hunting scene.
Predynastic Period

3. Earthenware vase in the form of a box with figures of
oryxes, wavy lines (water?) and worms(?). Pre-
dynastic Period

1. A "Spirit house" or model of the house which the
deceased desired to have in the Other World

2. Painted buff-coloured vase with perforated lugs. Pre-
dynastic Period

1. Red granite statue of Betchmes, a royal kinsman.
IIIrd dynasty

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2. Painted limestone seated figure of Neferhi. IIIrd or

Neferh

IVth dynasty

3. Painted limestone figures of Katep and his wife Ḥetep-
heres. IVth dynasty

V Façade and "false door" from the tomb of Ptaḥ-
shepses, high priest of Memphis. IVth dynasty

VI

1. Bronze table of offerings, with its vessels complete,
which was made for Ațenȧ, Kher-heb of Abydos.
VIth dynasty

2. Model of a granary, with stairway and figure of the
guardian with his grain measure beside him.
VIth dynasty

VII 1. Head of a colossal statue of Amenemḥat III, from his
statue which was usurped by Osorkon II. XIIth
dynasty

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2. Red granite statue of Sekhem-uatch-taui-Ra from the
Island of Arko in the Egyptian Sûdân. XIIIth or
XIVth dynasty

3. Flint agglomerate statue of Kha-em-Uast, eldest son of
Rameses II. XIXth dynasty

VIII I. Limestone statue of Queen Tetå-sheret, an ancestress
of Åāḥmes I, the founder of the XVIIIth dynasty.

2. Granite lion dedicated to the temple of Sulb by Tut-
ankhamen (about B.C. 1400) in memory of "his
father" Amenḥetep III. Found at Jabal Barkal.
XVIIIth dynasty

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1. Cast in bronze of the head of a portrait-statue of to face p. 60
Tutankhamen (about B.C. 1400) in the Egyptian
Museum in Berlin

2. Seated figures of Khamuast and his wife. XVIIIth

dynasty

1. Seated figure of Harua, an official of Queen Åmen-
årtas, holding figures of Hathor and Tefnut.
XXVIth dynasty

2. Statue of Isis and Osiris dedicated by Shashanq, an
official of the high priestess of Amen. XXVIth
dynasty

1. Portion of the hieratic text of the Story of Khu-en-
Anpu, the "eloquent peasant." XIIth dynasty.

XVIIIth

2. Draft of a deed written in the hieratic character,
dated in the reign of Heremḥeb.
dynasty

1. Painted and gilded cartonnage case for the wife of a
Roman official in Egypt. About A.D. 200-300

2. Mummy of Artemidorus, with a Greek inscription.
About A.D. 300

1. Cast of the head of a priestess. XVIIIth dynasty
2. Wooden figure of a handmaiden. XVIIIth dynasty
3. Wooden figure of a temple maiden holding a cat.
(XVIIIth or XIXth dynasty?)

4. Wooden figure of a singing woman playing a six-
stringed harp

1. Mummy label for Bêsis. Inscribed in Demotic
2. Mummy label for Psaïs. Inscribed in Greek

3. Ostrakon with a receipt for dock dues paid by
Harpaesis, in the reign of Trajan. Inscribed in
Greek

4. Coptic letter from Papnoute to Apa Victor

XV Chapters of the Book of the Dead, with Vignettes of the Islands of the Blest, and the "false door" from

XVI

a coffin found at Al-Barshah. XIth or XIIth
dynasty.

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1. The Weighing of the Heart. From the Papyrus of
Ani

2. Horus introducing Ani into the presence of Osiris.
XVIIIth dynasty

XVII Chapters from the Book of the Dead with Vignettes in
outline. Written in hieratic between B.C. 100 and

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XVIII 1. Painted limestone shrine of Åni, a gardener of
Amen. XVIIIth dynasty

2. Painted wooden sepulchral chest, with figures of the
amulets of Isis and Osiris

XIX 1. Wooden case for the head of a mummy. XXIInd-
XXVIth dynasty

2. Porcelain pectoral with a human-headed heart-
scarab inlaid. XXIst dynasty

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XXVII

1. Ushabti figure of Аāḥmes I, founder of the
XVIIIth dynasty .

2. Porcelain coffin and ushabti figure of Amen-
mes-en-Uast. XVIIIth dynasty

3. Ushabti figure of Pa-mer-ȧhau. XVIIIth dynasty
Wooden tablet, inscribed in hieratic with a magical
text referring to ushabtiu figures on behalf of
princess Nesi-Khensu. XXIst dynasty

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2. Ptah-Seker-Asår figure. XXVIth dynasty

3. Mummied cat elaborately bandaged. Period
doubtful

4. A set of "Canopic" Jars. XVIIIth or XIXth
dynasty

1. Set of unguent and perfume vessels on stand,
anointing slab, and pillow made for Ațenȧ,
Kher-heb of Abydos. VIth dynasty

2. Group of stone vessels of the Early Dynastic
Period

1. Group of burnished red ware vessels. XVIIIth
dynasty

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2. Group of alabaster vessels. XVIIIth dynasty XVIIIth XXVIII Group of terra-cotta figures of Graecized Egyptian gods, etc. Ptolemaïc and Roman Periods.

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XXX

1. The Pyramid of Khufu and the Sphinx. IVth
dynasty

2. The "Step Pyramid" of Tcheser. IIIrd dynasty
1. Coffin of Ån-Åntef. XIth-XIVth dynasty
2. Outer coffin of Hent-meḥit. XXIst dynasty
XXXI 1. Coffin of Pen-sen-sen-Her. XXVth dynasty
2. Painted coffin from the Oasis of Khârgah.
Roman Period

XXXII 1. Inner coffin of Her-netch-tef-f, a prophet of
Amen. Ptolemaïc Period

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2. Base-board of the sarcophagus of Soter, archon
of Thebes. A.D. IIO

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