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THE JOURNAL OF

Egyptian
Archaeology

VOLUME 64

1978

PUBLISHED UY

THE EGYPT EXPLORAnON SOCIETY
3 DOUGHTY MEWS, LONDON WC1N 2PC

Price(0 non.members£10·00

ISSN0307-5133

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THE JOURNAL OF

Egyptian Archaeology

VOLUME 64

PUBLISHED BY

THE EGYPT EXPLORATION SOCIETY
3 DOUGHTY MEWS, LONDON, WCIN zPG

1978

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I

Geoffrey T. Martin. 5

H. S. Smith and D. G. Jeffreys 10
Barry J. Kemp 22

Aly EI-Khouly 35
Aly EI-Khouly 44
MordechaiGilula 45

A. J. Spencer 52
AlessandraNibbi 56

S. Allam 65
Abdel MonemA. H. Sayed 69
William H. Peck 72

PedroCosta 76
ElizabethThomas 80
PaulePosener-Krieger 84
Carol A. R. Andrews 88

Kate Bosse-Griffiths 99
Alan B. Lloyd 107
J. D. Ray 113
F. Filce Leek. 121

Edited by JanineBourriau 123

CONTENTS

EDITORIAL FOREWORD
EXCAVATIONS AT THE MEMPHITE TOMB OF �I�:�I�O�R�E�M�~�E�B�,

1977: PRELIMINARY REPORT
THE NORTH SAQQARA TEMPLE-TOWN SURVEY:

PRELIMINARY REPORTFOR 1976/77
PRELIMINARY REPORT ON THE EL-'AMARNA SURVEY, 1977
EXCAVATIONS AT THE PYRAMID OF USERKAF, 1976:

PRELIMINARY REPORT
AN OFFERING-TABLE OF SESOSTRIS1 FROM EL-LISHT
PYR.604c-dAND WESTCAR7/17-19
Two ENIGMATIC HIEROGLYPHS AND THEIR RELATION TO

THE SED-FESTIVAL.
THE SrTSIGN
UN DROIT PENAL EXISTAIT-IL STRICTOSENSUEN EGYPTE

PHARAONIQUE?
THE RECENTLY DISCOVERED PORT ON THE RED SEA SHORE
Two SEATED SCRIBESOF DYNASTY EIGHTEEN
THE FRONTAL SINUSESOF THE REMAINS PURPORTEDTO BE

AKHENATEN .
THE 'WELL' IN KINGS' TOMBS OF BIBAN EL-MoLUK
A LETTER TO THE GOVERNOR OF ELEPHANTINE
A FAMILY FOR ANHAI ?
SOME EGYPTIAN BEAD-WORK FACES IN THE WELLCOME

COLLECTION AT UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, SWANSEA.
Two FIGURED OSTRACA FROM NORTH SAQQARA
OBSERVATIONS ON THE ARCHIVE OF I:IOR
EUTROPIUSNILOTICUS

EGYPTIAN ANTIQUITIES ACQUIRED IN 1976BY MUSEUMS IN
THE UNITED KINGDOM

BRIEF COMMUNICATIONS: The Tura Caves,by Nial Charlton, p. 128; 'Liaison' n between-n and
wi, by R. O. Faulkner,p. 129; PeasantB 141-145,by M. Gilula, p. 129; Someremarkson nominal
patternsin Middle Egyptian,by A. M. Bakir, p. 130; Another exampleof the verb nh 'shelter',
by Henry G. Fischer,p. 131; A staffof thePrincess'sButler, Tuthmosis,by J. Rume,p. 132; One
of Tut<ankhamun'strumpets, by JeremyMontagu, p. 133; The parentageof Tut<ankhamiin
and Smenkhkare<,by Edmund S. Meltzer, p. 134; The date of the destructionof Emar and
Egyptianchronology,by M. L. Bierbrier, p. 136; '200 Persea-Biiumeim Pta!:J.tempelvon Mem-
phis'?by W. HeIck, p. 137; Imset(I) and I:Iepy(H) canopicjarsof Neferseshem-psammethek,by
J. Malek, p. 138; Mosaicglass:a correction,by GeoffreyT. Martin, p. 141;A ShenouteanPunand
the Preservationof a Precoptic LexemicDistinction, by Ariel Shisha-Halevy,p. 141; Un 'hapax'
grec retrouve en copte (shenoutien),by E. Lucchesi, p. 141; Zur Datierung der "Lehre eines
MannesanseinenSohn",by Hellmut Brunner,p. 142;Pr-nfr, by V. A. Donohue,p. 143; Current
researchfor higher degreesin Egyptology, Coptic, and relatedstudiesin the United Kingdom,
NO.3, by Geoffrey T. Martin andW. V. Davies,p. 148.

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IV CONTENTS
REVIEWS PAGE

J.-Ph.LAUER, Saqqara,The RoyalCemeteryofMemphis Reviewedby A. J. Spencer 150
H. M. STEWART, Egyptian Stelae,Reliefsand Paintings

from the Petrie Collection R. A. Caminos 151
ALI HASSAN, StockeundStiibeim PharaonischenAgypten H. G. Fischer 158
M. GITTON, L'Epousedu Dieu AhmesNefertary . C. Vandersleyen 162
D. DOWNES, The Excavationsat Esna I905-I906 B. J. Kemp 165
K. A. KITCHEN, RamessideInscriptions,Vol. i, fasc.7 & 8 M. L. Bierbrier 168
A. N IBBI, The SeaPeoplesand Egypt K. A. Kitchen 169
P. J. FRANDSEN, An Outline of the Late Egyptian Verbal

System S. 1. Groll 172
A. PAGE, EgyptianSculpture,Archaic to Saite,from the

Petrie Collection. C. Aldred 174
L. MOOREN, The Aulic Titulature in PtolemaicEgypt. J. D. Thomas. 176
INGE HOFMANN, Wegeund Moglichkeiteneinesindischen

Einflussesaufdie meroitischeKultur S. Wenig 177
J. QUAEGEBEUR, Le Dieu Egyptien Shai' dans la religion

et l'onomastique . J. Gwyn Griffiths 178
J. D. RAY, The Archiveof !for Mark Smith 179
W. PEREMANS and E. VAN 'T DACK, Prosopographia

Ptolemaica,Vol. VII etc. T. C. Skeat 181
G. NACHTERGAEL, Papyri BruxellensesGraecae,Vol. I. T. S. Pattie 183
J. GWYN GRIFFITHS, Apuleiusof Madauros, The lsis-

Book. R. E. Witt 184
J. CERNY, Coptic EtymologicalDictionary . J. Osing 186
ERIK IVERSEN, CanonandProportionsin Egyptian Art. J. Baines 189
Other Books Received W. V. Davies. 191

LIST OF PLATES

PLATES I-IV
PLATE V
PLATES VI-VII
PLATE VIII
PLATE IX
PLATE X
PLATE XI
PLATES XII-XIII
PLATES XIV-XIVA
PLATE XV
PLATE XVI
PLATE XVII
PLATE XVIII
PLATES XIX-XXI
PLATES XXII-XXIII
PLATE XXIV

(at end)

The MemphiteTomb of I:Iorem1:leb, 1977
The North SaqqaraTemple-townSurvey, 1976/7
The El-'AmarnaSurvey, 1977
Excavationsat the Pyramidof Userkaf
An Offering-Tableof SesostrisI from El-Lisht
A LimestoneRelief with Agricultural Scene
The RecentlyDiscoveredPort on the Red SeaShore
Two SeatedScribesof DynastyEighteen
A Letter to the Governorof Elephantine
Bead-workFacesin theWellcomeCollectionat UniversityCollege,Swansea
EgyptianBead-workFaces
Two FiguredOstracafrom North Saqqara
Observationson the Archive of J:Ior
EutropiusNiioticus
MuseumAcquisitions, 1976
A Staff of the Princess'sButler, Tuthmosis

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