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CONTENTS.

PLATE

I-XIV

The inscriptions of ~ a ~ h h r a Sinai nos. 1-44. h, Inscription from the WMy Nasb, ~ i n a ino. 46. Map of the mines a t Maghbrah, showing the position of the inscriptions. Adapted from PETRIE, Re8earche8 in Sinai, map 2, facing p. 38.

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XV

XVI-XIX XIX-LXXXII

inscriptions from the mines near SerLbft el-Khbdim, Sinai nos. 47-60.
Inscriptions from the temple of Serbbft el-Kh8dim or the approach to same, Sinai nos. 63-344. Inscriptions in the new foreign script, Sinai nos. 345-355. Map of tllc vnlleys near SerBbPt, cl-I<liBdim, ~liowiiig t'lic positioii uf tllc inscriptions. Adapted from PETBIE, Rcsenrc?tes in Sinai, map 3, facing p. 56. Map showing tllc approach to tlic tcmplc of SerAbit, cl-l-Chbdirn, sl~owing the position of tlic inscriptions. Adapted from WEILL, Pdwineulo du Sinai, carto 5, p. 177. La Plan of the tcmplc of ScrBbit cl-KhBdim, showing thc position of thc inscriptions.
Aclaptcd from PNTRIE, ltcscarchccr in Sittai, map 4, at thc end of the Look.

LXXXII-LXXXIII LXXXIV

LYXXV

THE INSCRIPTIONS O F SINAI.

volume and of the 'Descriptive Text which is to follow it, was simply the publication of the inscriptions copied in the Peninsula of Sinai by the expedition sent out in the winter of 1904-5 under the direction of Professor Flinders PETRIE.It became almost immediately clear, however, that a small additional expenditure of time and labour would suflice to make the publication into a complete Corpus of Egyptian records from Sinai, mainly by the inclusion of a number of inscriptions of which squeezes are presemed in the British Museum, but which the Fund expedition found to have been destroyed. As many of these inscriptions were among the finest and most important left by the Egyptians in Sinai, the value of our collection has been very considerably increased by their inclusion. We hasten to acknowledge at once that our work would have been one of infinitely RI. K Weill's previous work. greater dificulty, and indeed could hardly have assumed its present exhaustive character, without the help given by M. Raymond WEILL'S admirable Recueil des hscriptions Lyyptiennes du Sinai, published in 1904. To M. WEILL belongs the credit of having drawn attention to the long-forgotten collection of squeezes in the British Museum, of having classified and copied them, and of having sought out, from the most obscure corners of our widely scattered literature of Egyptology, all references to the remains of Ancient Egyptian activity in Sinai. M. WEILL'S exceptional gift as a bibliographer has left us but little to discover in this last respect, though in the Descriptive Text to be published later we shall have to express our indebtedness to Miss PORTER certain additions, chiefly from works published for since 1904. Where so much is deserving of praise, it may seem rather ungracious to allude to defects ; but we owe it to M. WEILL to explain why we have found it desirable to incorporate in our work a number of inscriptions already edited by him. In the first place, his copies are not facsimiles, and many of the inscriptions are of considerable epigraphic interest. In the second place, by dint of a close study of the squeezes, we have frequently found it possible both to add to and to correct his readings. And lastly, the new material accruing from the Fund expedition often enabled us to join together inscriptions separated and imperfectly understood by him, or to substitute better copies for the inaccurate sketches made by early travellers and reproduced in his volume. We should be doing a disservice to our science if we conceded the fact that the present work ought, in a large measure, to supersede and replace that of M. WEILL; but if our own efforts, after a certain lapse of time, should be similarly superseded, we can wish no better fate for them than that they should prove as useful to our successors as M. WEILL'S labours have proved to ourselves.
The E.E.F. materials.

Aim and of the work.

THE work originally entrusted by the Egypt Exploration Fund to the authors of this

The new materials at our disposal "were a vast collection of full-scale copies of Egyptian inscriptions executed on the spot by Professor PETRIE and other members of
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his party, and a considerable number of half-plate photogrtrphs, the best of which are reproduced in

THE INSCRIPTIONS

OF SINAI.

Professor PETRIE'S book entitled Researches i n Sinai (London, 1906). In addition to these we 'had own kindly provided us. Professor PETRIE'S some half-dozen photographs with which Professor BORCHARDT aforenamed book is, of course, a mine of information with regard to the antiquities of all the sites examined by the expedition, and has proved quite indispensable to us; but we have also profited largely by his never-failing readiness to aid us with verbal information. The first task consisted in sorting and piecing together the various inscriptions, and Their treatment. in inking-in the numerous sheets which had not already been prepared for reproduction by members of the expedition. The number of the inscriptions which could be controlled by the squeezes in the British Museum having been established, a systematic collation with these was then undertaken, and facsimiles were made from the squeezes wherever the latter proved to be the only, or the best, sources. Practically all the manual work involved both in these preliminaries and later was performed by Mr. PEET singly. Both editors, however, are equally responsible for the final and exhaustive collation of the copies which next followed; in this not only were the squeezes utilized, but also the admirable photographs of the old Ordnance Survey, the more recent photographs, the " lottinographs" of LOTTIN LAVAL,the DE Then followed the indexing of all names and titles, with a view to establishing the chronology of our materials. After this a final renumbering was undertaken, the separate inscriptions being arranged in definite serial order. Particularly in dealing with the large stelae inscribed on two, or on all four, sides, Dificulties difficulties were often encountered in grouping the various inscriptions together, and in establishing their relative positions. Unfortunately, the indications marked on the copies made by the expedition were often quite insufficient for our guidance, and we not infrequently despaired of attaining the right solution. But an assiduous use of the photographs, measurement of the sizes of hieroglyphs and the columns containing them, and other such means of verification, finally enabled us to solve most of the problems that presented themselves. Here and there we may have gone astray ; and we would therefore request students to take note that we ourselves have had no knowledge of the actual site, but have merely reconstructed it in our minds to the best of our ability and within the restrictions imposed by the materials before us. It has been a task of no little interest to determine which inscription was carved on which wall, where this stele lay, where that statue stood. Both of us hope one day to visit the site that has thus absorbed our attention during many months ; if ever we should do so, we shall doubtless wonder how we ventured to write a treatise upon a subject so remote, and shall meditate not without pangs on the limitation of our power to visualize at a distance ! It would not be right to present this volume to students without an explicit Unequal value of the copies here admission and warning to the effect that the textual materials contained in it vary
given. encountered.

notebooks of BURTON and PALMER, whatever previous publications there might be. and

greatly in their degrees of accuracy.

Many circumstances combined to render the task

of the expedition one of extreme difficulty : the almost overwhelming mass of the inscriptions, the unwieldy dimensions and sand-worn condition of many of the monuments, the unequal competence of the copyists, and the imperative need of completing the work in a given space of time. To have published as they stood the materials entrusted to us would have been to confer on Egyptology a very doubtful benefit. We have therefore spared no pains to employ every means of control a t our disposal. where the originals were available or our squeezes were in good condition-and fortunately this was the case in very many instances-we may confidently claim to offer final and absolutely accurate copies of the texts concerned. Photographs are more precarious aids, but they have enabled us to make many certain corrections. In cases where no check was possible, we have thought it best to give the Fund copies exactly as we found them, even when they contained obvious errors. W e earnestly beg those who use tltis book. to consult in every case the Synopsis given i n the following pages, or else the detailed commentary later to be published;

in both places they will find exact statements of the means of control that stood at our disposal, and hence will be able to infer the eztent to whicl~we can accept the responsibility for the copies here published. By way of conclusion, there remains to us the pleasant duty of acknowledging our indebtedness for help rendered to us in many quarters. Our obligations to M. WEILL'S published work have been

INTRODUCTION.

indicated above. Professor PETRIEhas vouchsafed to us his ever-ready assistance - and counsel, and has permitted us to utilize the maps given in his own book, which have been admirably redrawn by Mr. Stanley NORTH. TO Dr. E. A. Wallis BUDGE,Keeper of the Egyptian Department of the British Museum, we are indebted for full facilities in using the squeezes in his keeping. has favoured us with extracts from her invaluable bibliographical collections. Miss Bertha PORTER Lastly, the Curators of

various museums both 'in Great Britain and in America have shown the utmost courtesy in replying to our queries concerning the monuments received by them as a result of the Fund expedition; since the list will still doubtless be supplemented, we defer our detailed ackriowledgments to these kind helpers until the appearance of our second volume.

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SYNOPSIS O F THE INSCRIPTIONS O F SINAI.


EXPLANATORY N O T I C E .
THE Table contained in the following pages attempts to give, in compact form, the main details of information concerning the inscriptions published in this volume. Hence it will be possible to .see a t a glance which texts are new and in what books the remainder have been published; the means of control employed; the exact provenance; the nature of the monuments in question; and, finally, their chronological order and distribution. Included in the list are references to a few minor monuments which, for one reason or another, have found no place in our Plates : these will be dealt with in the Descriptive Text as fully as our sources allow; most, if not all, will be found either in M. WEILL'SRecueil Researches in Sinai, books indispensable to des Inscriptions dgyptiennes du Sinai or in Professor PETRIE'S all students whose requirements are not purely and simply philological. Unfortunately, we have found i t impossible as yet to state definitely the present whereabouts of all the monuments that were brought from Sinai by the Fund expedition : the original distribution lists are lost, and our efforts to track down the originals have not always been successful; we hope to give such information as is availablc on this subject in our second volume. The various columns contained in our Table must now be considered in turn. Number of Inscription. The consecutive numbers 1 to 355 are those by which, the editors hope, the inscriptions will henceforth be known; for purposes of reference " Sinai 147" ought to prove an adequate mode of quotation. The principles of classification followed by us must here be explained. The main division is between Egyptian and non-Egyptian inscriptions : the latter (345-355) consist of no more than eleven monuments exhibiting the new script discussed in Journal o Egyptian Archaeology, vol. iii, pp. 1-21. f Next, the principal sites involved were distinguished ; these were I, MaghArah (1-45); 11, WBdy Nasb (46) ; 111, the Valleys and Mines near SerBbPt el-KhBdim (47-61); with the Approach to same (62-344). see below under the heading Date. and IVY the Temple of Seriibft el-KhLdim, together Within these divisions the arrangement was mainly chronological;

Plate.

By the Roman numerals given under this head the Plates of the present volume are As already noted,

indicated ; on these the numbers of the individual inscriptions are clearly marked.

a certain number of inscribed objects are not included in our Plates, but will be dealt with in our second volume. Under this head a separate column is allowed for R. WEILL, Recueil des Inscriptions e'gyptiennes du Sinai, Paris, 1904, where fuller bibliographical details will be found. In the second column are grouped together the necessary references to a few previous publications of These are : William Flinders PETRIE,Researches in Sinai, London, 1906 (abbreviation : P. R.) ; Ordnance survey of the Peninsula o Sinai, London, 1869 (the Text, containing a few line Plates, f constitutes Part I, and is here quoted as Sur. I ; of the three volumes of photographs the third alone concerns us, and is quoted as Sur. iii) ; LOTTINDE LAVAL,Voyage dans la Phinsule Arabipue, Paris, 1855-9 (abbreviation: LL.); R. LEPSIUS, Denknzaler aus Aeyypten und Aethiopien, Berlin, 1845-55, fundamental importance.

Bibliographical.

SYNOPSIS O F THE INSCRIPTIONS O F SINAI.

(abbreviation L. D.) ; Georg STEINDORFF, UrEunden des liyyptischen Altertzsms, containing Urkunden des alten Reichs, bearbeitet von KURT SETHE(quoted as CTrk. I), and Urkunden der IS. D9nastie, Bearbeitet von A concordance of these various works will be found below, pp. 17-9. KURTSETHE(quoted as U . 1

Nature of Monument.

explanation. phrase, in order to indicate the large stelae, usually inscribed on all four sides, that are found in the Approach to the Temple and elsewhere ; Professor

The indications given under this head mostly afford their own Note, however, that the term "Free-standing stele" has been chosen, for want of a better

PETRIE called these Bethels, but this name, for has

reasons to be explained in the Text, seems to us misleading if not entirely inaccurate. Sometimes the name of the person in whose honour the monument was erected is added under this rubric. Such an addition is made, however, only there where the name has proved of importance for the classification and the dating of the monument. For example, our nos. 108-10 mention a "chief intendant of the Treasury Ptahw~r." This man caused a rock tablet (our no. 54) to be graven near Mine C in the 45th year of Amenemmes 111; hence we are permitted, with relatively small chance of error, to date nos. 108-10 from the Temple of Seriibft el-Khbdim to this year, and to establish their position in the series accordingly. Date. The Egyptian monuments in Sinai range between Dynasties I-XX (circa B.C. 3200-1 150). Maghkrah provides all the records of the Old Kingdom, with one possible exception a t Serabit el-Khbdim (no. 62); on the other hand it shows hardly any records of the New Kingdom (nos. 44-5), which are fairly abundant at Serbbft. The Middle Kingdom is well represented a t both of the principal sites, the period of maximum activity being apparently the reigns of Amenemmes 111-IT. Subject to the main principles of classification (Egyptian. and un-Egyptian inscriptions, and the four large topographical divisions) named above, our, arrangement is chronological, ~ i n a s t ~ , reign, and regnal year being taken into account as far as possible. After each of the series of definitely dated monuments of the Old and Middle Kingdoms, the XVIIIth Dynasty and Dyn. XIX-XX, we have placed a series of monuments dated to these periods on grounds of style only. Within the individual reigns the inscriptions assigned to specific years are taken first (e.g. Amenemmes 111, years 2-45, nos. 83-110), and those not attributable to a definite year follow (nos. 111-117) ; but many belonging a t first sight to the latter class (e.g., nos. 84, 90, 94) were found to have been dedicated by persons named on specifically dated monuments, and could, consequently, be intercalated within the former class. In such cases, the information that is 1 due solely to inference is enclosed within square brackets [ 1. As an instance we may cite nos. 108-10, already cited under the heading Nature of Monument : these being, by comparison with no. 54, dated with relative certainty to the 45th year of Amenemmes 111, are inserted in our series after the sole monument of ,, ,, ,, yr. 453 = [Dyn. XII, year 44 (no. 107), the entry under the heading Date being [ ,, Amenemmes 111, yr. 453. Should it so happen, as in the case of no. 107, that the number of the regnal year is given, but not the reign, only the king's name is bracketed. When the year is omitted, but can by the position of the inscription in the series be inferred, i t is indicated, not by brackets, but ~ r e l y (e.9, no. 109). In the XVIIIth Dynasty the reigns of Hatshepsut and Tuthmosis 111, a period of dynastic struggles, are taken together. In the arrangement of the monuments of these reigns (nos. 1748-204) the local distribution within the Temple has been taken into consideration, so as not to separate from one another the scenes adorning the " Hall of Sopdu" and those in the
"

Hathor hanaffyah" respectively ; some of these

name Hatshepsut alone, some Tuthmosis I11 alone, and all clearly belong to the period of joint rule. They are therefore classified before the stelae of the 25th and 27th years of Tuthmosis I11 (nos. 196-198), when Hatshepsut was dead. In other cases as well (e.g. no. 48), the topographical distribution of the texts has been considered in fixing their number.

Exact Provenance. Under this rubric, which appears only in reference to the inscriptions from
serkbft and its neighbourhood (the main divisions 1 1 IV, V), we have attempted, so far as possible, 1,

to indicate the precise spot where the individual inscriptions were found. Sometimes the source of our information was a note written on the back of the original drawings, sometimes we were guided by Professor
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PETRIE'S book; but in other cases, and they are not few in number, a published or unpublished photograph has enabled us to establish the provenance. Thus we should have been in ignorance as to the source of no. 81 but for the fact that a small portion of it is visible in the photograph of the "Lesser hanafiyah" published in PETRIE, Resea?-ches, fig. 105 ; too little of the statue is there seen for a reference to the book to have been given under the heading Bibliographical, and for precise information as to the evidence on which we base this and other localizations the student must consult our Descriptive Text. . The names of the various rooms aud parts of the Temple are those given to them by Professo~PETRIE, and adopted by us in our reproduction of his plan, PI. LXXXVI. Some special remarks are necessary in connection with the large free-standing stelae assigned by us to the Approach to the Temple. Our plan, P1. LXXXV, has been redrawn from R. WEILL, L a Presqu'9le du Sinai, Paris, 1908, carte 5, p. 177, where nineteen points a t which monuments stood are marked. Op. cit., pp. 175-6, he gives a list of these monuments, some of which were at once recognizable among our materials, while others were not. Now M. WEILL was, for a time, a member of the E.E.F. expedition, and his later book was written after the return of that expedition. I t seems, therefore, not without -significance that his nos. 1, 10, 11, and 14 (= our 66, 82, 73, and 138 respectively), all identifiable with certainty on evidence given either by him or by Professor PETRIE (see Descriptive Text for details), proved identical with nos. 1, 10, 11, and 14 respectively in the materials as handed over to us by the Fund. The only other original Fund numbers below nineteen found by us were nos. 4 ( = our 133), 5 ( = our 146), 12 ( = our 74), 15 (= our 147), and 18 ( = our 248) ; or, in other words, if ever there were any Fund copies numbered 2, 3, '6, 7, 8, 9, 13, 16, 17, or 19, their numbers had been changed before they came into our h.ands. The coincidences above noted appear to warrant the conjecture that Professor PETRIE'S original nos. 4, 5, 12, 15, and 18 stood a t the points 4, 5, 12, 15, and 18 respectively on M. WEILL'S plan; and since neither scholar suggests, with regard to these monuments, any evidence pointing in a contrary direction, we have accepted these conjectural positions in our Table, and several of them are also indicated in our reproduction of the plan. With regard to the monuments that stood at the remaining points we know nothing, except as regards those a t 7, 9, 16, and 17 : the stelae at 7 and 9 were, as M. WEILL'S account makes clear, our nos. 118 and 107 respectively, and a t 17 lay the broken stele of Sethnakht (our 271), which, Professor PETRIE tells us (Researches, p. 75), originally stood on the south side of the temple-entrance (see P1. LXXXVI) ; at 16 was the well-known and conspicuous stele of Sethos I (our 247), visible, for instance, in Researches, figs. 85, 90, hut left uncopied by the Fund expedition. Possibly the remains a t some of the marked points were too much destroyed to be copied. Plate showing original Position. Under this rubric references are made to the four maps or plans : PI. XV, MaghLrah, adapted from PETRIE,Resea~ches,map 2, facing p. 38 ; P1. LXXXIV, Valleys of Serhbft el-KhLdim, adapted from op. cit., map 3, facing p. 55; PI. LXXXV, The approach to the Temple of SerLbft el-KhLdim, adapted from R. WEILL, L a Prespu'?le du Sinai, carte 5, p. l77 ; and P1. LXXXVI, Plan of the Temple of SerLbft, el-Khkdim, adapted from PETRIE,op. cit., map 4, a t the end of the book. Some of the entries given under this heading are enclosed in round brackets ( ); this means that the numbers of the monuments are, for one reason or another, not actually marked on the plans. Nature of Copy. All reproductions of the original drawings entrusted to us by the Fund are indicated by the words E.E.F. copy; and unless they are accompanied by some further symbol, it must be understood that they have not been altered or changed in any way. Where, however, a squeeze (indicated by t), a photograph (indicated by "), or the original (indicated by 11) has been available, such corrections as these permitted have beer] made. In the case of photographs, in particular, we are often unable to guarantee that we have detected all mistakes ; but unless the asterisk or similar symbol is enclosed in brackets ( ), the student is entitled to the belief that our sources of control have seemed to us to suffice for their purpose. Further details will be given in the Descriptive Text-. Number of Inscription. As a guide to the eye our final numbering is repeated a t the right of the Table.

SYNOPSIS OF THE INSCRIPTIONS OF SINAI.

1
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Bibliographical.

Number Plate in Inscrip- I this Volume. tion. 1

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Nature of 51onument.

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Date.

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Other Books.'

Plate showing 1 exact 1 original ' Position.


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Kature of Copy.2

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tion.

I P. R., figs. 45-47; SW. 3, figs. 1 , 2 I1 Rock tablet.. I I,

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Dyn. I, Semempses

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XV XV XV XV XV

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P. R., figs. 48, 49

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6 bis

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P. B., figs. 43, 5 0 ; LL. 3, 1; L. D. 1 , 2 , a ; Urk. I, 7 . . . . 1


Sur. iii, 5 ; LL. 1, 1 ; 3, 2 ; I T , 2 , b , c ; Urk. 1 , 8 ..

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1,

, , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ,, - . . . . . . . .
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. . . . . . Dyn. IV, Snofru .


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Dyn. V, Sahure

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L. D. II,39, e ; Urk. :%457 [Trk. I, 55

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,, ,, Dadkare Asosi, yr. after


3rd census Dadkar6 Asosi, yr. 9th census ... Dadkare Asosi . . .

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Uk. I, 56; see too BRUGSCH, Thesaurus, p. 1494, nos. 19, 21 . .

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L. D.11, 3 9 , d ; Urk.I,55 1 LL. 2, 2; L. D. 1 , 116, a; 1 I, 91 . . . . . . . . . . . . LL. 2, 1 ; L. D. 1 , 1 1 6 , a ; Urk. I. 1 I, 112 . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Dyn. VI, Phiops I , yr. 18th census . . . . .

Traced from squeeze, with additions from LEPSIUS.. . . . .

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BRUGSCH, !l%esaurus,p. no. 11 L. D. Text, V, 381 : BRUGSCH, Gr&to .. Thesaurus, p. 1493, no. 17

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Dyn. VI, Phiops 11, yr. of 2nd . . . . . . . . census Old Kingdom


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26

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. . . . . . . .

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X XI11 XIV XI1 XI1 XI1 XI XIV XI11 XI11

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LL. 5, 3 . . . . . . . . . . . . Sur. iii, 4 ; L. D. 11, 137, d . . . . . , , . . . . . . . . . . . .

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XI11 XI11 XI11 XI11 XI1


XIV

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... Semi-hieratic graffito . . Graffito ......


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Dyn. XVIII, Hatshepsut-Tuthmosis 1 1 yr. 16 . . 1, .. Dyn. XIX, Ramesses I1

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42
43

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28, 2 ;
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. . . . . . . .

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. . . .

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THE INSCEIPTIONS O F SINAI.

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50 51 52

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97

Y,

yr. 44 yr. 45

Mine B Mine C
7)

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. . . . . .

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. Figures incised on rock

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. . . . .

Rock tablet of Sinofret, 4 . 1 1 2 Stele

Dyn. XII, Amenemmes 1 1 1

..

E.E.F. copy * ..

55 56 57 58 59

Mine D

......
......(
(l)

........

,, ,, Amenemmes IV, yr. 6 A t point P . . . . .


Dyn. XVIII, Tuthmas& IT, yr. 4 Mine E
y,

I E.E.F. copy * . .

E.E.F. copy t . . E.E.F. copy t . .

11

59 60 61

XIX
XIX

102 101

1
i 1
. . . .
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9,

,, yr. 7 ..........
9,

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LXXXIV

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Abbreviations : P. R. = PETBIE, Research in Sinai; Sur. = O r d ~ ~ t c e Survey; LL. = LOTTIN LAVAL; D. = LEPSIUS, e n M l e r ; Urk. = SETHE, Urkunden. DE L. D Symbols: t collated with squeeze; * collated with photograph; 1) collated with original; ( ) source used for collation imperfect or illegible; or else incomplete collation.

10

T H E INSCRIPTIONS O F SINAI.

IFT.-THE
l

TEMPLE OF SERAB~T E L - K H ~ I M AND THE APPROACH TO IT-Continued.


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XXXII

l hr.
j4

1
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Plate showing original Posi- l tion.

Nature of Copy.?

of Inscrip-

1i l

i , 1 ;L 6, 1 ; L. D, 11,137, b . . . .

Dyn. XII, Amenemmas 1 1yr. 20 Temple, old approach.. 1, Renfsonb . 144 ,,

101

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I

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9,

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.
.

~{E.E.F. copies ; LXXXVI l W. face (+)* .


LXXXVI I E.E.F. copies

room G

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I

..

101

....
I

, ]

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Temple

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shrine of kings LXXXVI

E. E. F. copy,) found wrapped with 101 .

101~

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73 + 162

P. R., fig. 113

....
..

Upper part of stele

. . . . I ,,,,
, ,

Amenemmm 1 1yr. 23 1,

.
. . . a

shle [Free-standing cf. 105of . .Renfonkh Nehy, SmaU shle

,, ]yr. 25
,, ,,
V
99

104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 111 113
ll4

XXXVI XXXIV SXXV XXXIII XXXIII XXXIII

.. 55 + 79 ..
.. ..
155

yr. 27 yr. 30 yr. 40

yah . " Temple

.......

E.E.F. copy * .. (E.E.F. copies ; W. face * .. E.E.F. copy (1

LL. 8, 5

........
....

[Freestanding .stele. .of. Nehy,. g. 103. . . ..


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[

......! ,, sanctuary . . I
I

..
LXXXVI

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E.E.F. copies ; S. edge (*) .

P. R., fig. 119..

,,

Approach ('l)

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E.E.F. topies ; W. face*, S.} edge*, N. edge*

c. 53 f
9,
1,

9,

,, ] yr. 44 Approach (ix) . . . .


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E.J3.F. copy *l\

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(P. R., fig. 109, top, left)

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P a L Br t'
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Free-standing stele Sculptured block .

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] . Dyn. XII, Amenemmes 1 1 1


9,

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3,

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XXXIX

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99

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99
99

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portico court.

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[Amenemmes IV 'l]

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125 l26 l27 128 129

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Wall scenes and inscriptions. .

.. -.

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79

1
l
:

,, portico . . . . ,, ,, MaLkare.. . . . . ...... ,, ,, Amenemmm IV .. , Temple . . l ,, portico . . . . ,, ,,


99 97

LXXXVI

.
LXXXVI

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130 131 132

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in front of cave
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j E.E.F. copy ..
p

Abbreviations : P. R. = PETRIE, Researches in Sinai; Sur. = Ordnance Surveg ; LL. = LOTTIN LAVAL; D. = LEPSIUS, DE L. Denkmiiler ; Urk.= SETHE, r k u h . U S p b o l s : t collated with squeeze; * collated with photograph ; 11 collated with original ; ( ) source used for collation imperfect or illegible; or else incomplete collation. This names "the brother of the prince of the Rethenu EJbbdd," cf. 85, 87, 92, and therefore ought to belong to the earlier part of the reign. The owner of this stele is named on a graffito (7) a t bottom of 114, E. side. We have no hand-copy of the figure of Sopd between 124 (a) and (b). The attribution t o Zaf is based solely on the position in the shrine of kings.

J,

....

Pieces of a stele

. . . . . .I

Dyn. XII, Amenemmes I 1 1

......

.. ..
~

'1

E.E.F. copies ; W. facet*, S. ~ edge* . . . . W. facet*, N. edge (*) . . . . .

.. E.E.F. copies .. E.E.F. copy * .. E.E.F. copy * . .


E.E.F. copy

. ]l

E.E.F. copies E.E.F. copy E.E.F. copies

.. I .. '

.. .. , ..

9,

Drawn from a photograph .. E.E.F. copy*

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SYNOPSIS O F THE INSCRIPTIONS O F SINAI.

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TEMPLE OF S E R ~ B ~ETL - K ~ I M AND THE APPROACH TO IT-Continued.

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Exact Provenance.

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l
LV

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/ Free-standing stele . . . . .. )l I Middle Kingdom, reign unknown, F- [+ 21 2


I

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/
!

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.. ! ..

133 134

1 S*

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.........

.,

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l

reign unknown,l!l~emple~ of ~ a t h o r L x X X V I S 1 yr. 5 [+ X] hanafiyah .... Temple

1
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' 'E.E.F.

1
I

TOP of stele

3)

......

..
copies : E. face, W. face, UPPr Part t, S. e d g e , u p p e r 1 136 part*; N. edge, tracedfromp~~ 1 MER'S note-book

i
reignunLwmy yr. 11

Temple,oldsppmacl~

LXXXVI

reign unknown,
l

, f Near approach to temple Unknown

Lxxxrr LXXXV

....
LL. 8, 4 ;L. D. 11, 144, q

1 Top of free-standing stele


Free-standing stele (2)

79

u*novs( vr. 31

.. ..

3,

......

'I

E.E.F. copies ; E. face (*), W. face, bottom (*) E.E.F. mpy Traced from

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137 138 139

1I
1

. . . . . .

.....

....
....

1
I

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l

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stele..

. . . .
......
[? Amenemmes 1 1 yr. 42]] 1,

Temple, portico court..

edge (*)
.

....
LIV

70

....

I
1

Free-standing stele of Aminy, 2 c. 28 . . . . . . . . . . f Free-standing stele.. . . . . Side of free-standing stele (l) of Renfsonb,? CJ 100,101, l o l l

9,

l' .
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copies;{!
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141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148

porch

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. .

E.E.F. copies

..
..

99

. . . . . . . , . ,,
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1

' Side of free-standing stele (1). .

XLIII L1 XLV

83

.. 1 Side of freestanding stele .. i Part of stele (1) . . . . . Wall inscription . . . . . . , Side of free-standing stele (1). . I
, Parts of free-standing stele
I

...... .... Approach (v) . . . . . . ,, (xv) . . . . j . . . . . . . Unknown . . . . .: . . . . . . i Temple, sanctuary (1) ..

. . . . . . . . . .i

Unknown

......

. . . ....
LXXXV LXXXV

E.E.F. copy (t) E.E.F. copy E.E.F. copy


9,

1
I

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E.E.F. copies . .

....
(LXXXVI)

2,

99

,,

. .

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unknown king, yr. 17

Unknown

......

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Traced from squeeze.. .. E.E.F.copy

149

150
151 152 153

i
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.. ..

. . . . . . .. i / From a doorpost . . . . . . .
l

i Door jambs

. . . . . . I. Temple, sanctuary (?) .. ' LXXXVI


Temple

E.E.F. copies ..

Small semi-hieratic stele

1 Fragment of stele
1

.. ......

......
......
...... ......

....
....

..

'
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I l

1
l

....

j E.E.F. copy (11)


;

E.E.F. copy *[l

154 155 156

Part of stele (?)

......

....

Lower part of double statuette From edge of free-standing]!

......
. . . . .
. . . . . . . . .
Unknown Temple

. . . . I! ,,
I

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.. 1 .. 1

. . . . . . .

XLVI

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1

. . . .
5.

, XLVI
XLVIIl XLVIII XLVIII
L1 L111

..

/
i
l

.. .. ..

.... ....

......I Small stele . . . . . . . .I Part of small stele . . . . . . 1


Fragments of stele Fragment of free-standingstele ' Part of small stele
i

....

'E.E.F.copies.. E.E.F. copy E.E.F.copy

158
1
I

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Templ.

....
....

i
,

.. ..

L111 LIV LIV

... P. B., fig. 121 . . . . . . Small obelisk . . . . . Part of small stele . . . .... .... . . . ,,
9,

. . . .

. . . .

l .I .r . .
l

......
. . . . . .

! Unknown

.... .... ....


.... .... ....
.... .... .... ....

..

159 160 161 162

E.E.F.copyII..;

..

9,

,,

jE.E.F.copyII..

I E.E.F. copy
I

163 164 165 166

.. ..

1E.E.F.copyI1.. E.E.F. copy

.... ....
. . . .

Altar

. . . . . . . . . .

Lower portion of small stele . . Small stele

,
l

"

9,

..

'I

167
.

.........
. . . . . . . .

E.E.F. copy (1 . . ,
E.E.F. copy

168

....
P. R., fig. 1 2 2 . .

Part of small stele . . . . . .

....
....
l

....

Small stele

.. E.E.F. copy * (1

169

170

' Abbreviations : P.
Symbols:

R. = PETRIE, Researches iqt Sinai ; Sur. = Ordnance S r e ; LL. = LOTTIN LAVAL D. = LEPSIUS, uvy DE ; L. Dmkmiih ; Urk.= SETHE,r u . Uk* collated with squeeze; * collated with photograph; Ij collated ~ t original; ( ) source used for collation imperfect or illegible; or else incomplete collationh

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1 7 4 1

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LVI LVII

.. .. .. .. ..

P. R., figs. 144, 2 ; 148, 3

P. R.,figs. 148, 1 ; 151, 16

....

....
147,l; 148,4-6; 150, l ]

l Minor objects . . . . . . . . Dyn. XVIII, [Amosis I] . . . . l ,, Amenophis I .. ,, ,, . . . . . . .. !, ,, Lintel .. . . . . . . . . . . ,, ,, Portion of architrave ( 8 ) . . . . .. l ........ ,, Tuthmosis I ..
,

Temple
,9

......
. . . . . .
portico

., ..
LXXXVI (LXXXVI)

.... . . . .
E.E.F. copy

lil

9,

9,

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93

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Temple
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. . .

portico (2)

..

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.. .. ,
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17'3 153 174 174~

3,

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SYNOPSIS O F THE INSCRIPTIONS O F SINAI.

1V.-THE

TEMPLE OF

SERAB~T EL-KH~DIM AND THE


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Bibliographical. WEILL, Recueil.

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LXII

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P. R., fig. 148, 8

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Dyn. XVIII, Tuthmosis [III]


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Amenophis I1
99

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Temple, porch ('l) Temple

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207

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14 LL. {Sur. iii, 111,;71, c 12,. 1. ;. Large stele L. D. 211-22 .

of Panhasi,

LXVI LXVI

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' Abbreviations : P. R.
Symbols :

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THE INSCRIPTIONS OF SINAI.

1V.-THE
Bibliographical.

TEMPLE OF

SERAB~T EL-KHADIM

AND THE APPROACH TO IT--Continued.

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Exact Provenance. Plate showing original Position.

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Number i of Inscription. ,

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126-129 112 113

P. R.,figs. 146,9, 1 0 ; 149,) 2-5 ; 150, 4-6 ; 151, 1, Minor objects . 1 8 ; 156, 5 . . .

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P. R., figs. 146, 14 ; 147,) i 6, 7 ; 149, 10, 18, 19 ; ! Minor objects 150,B ; 151, 20 . . . . /l

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Dyn. XX, Ramesses I 1 1

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280 281 282


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276 277

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279 280 281 282

' Abbreviations : P. R. = PETXIE, Resea~chesi n Sinai;


Symbols :

t collated with

squeeze;

* collated with photograph; 11 collated with original;

Sur. = Ord~anceSurvey; LL. = LOTTIN LAVAL L. D. = LEPSIUS, DE ; DenkmUler ; Urk.= SETHE,Urkultden. ( ) source used for collation imperfect or illegible; or else incomplete collation.

SYNOPSIS O F T H E INSCRIPTIONS O F SINAI.

1V.-THE

TENPLE OF

SERWB~T EL-KH~~DIM AND THE APPROACH

TO IT- Continu~d.

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LXXV

Rewil.

283 284 285 286

116

( LXXII LXXII
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Broken lintel . . Sculptured block


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Dyn. XX, Ramesses IV . . . . . . . . ,, ,,


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283 285 286 287 288


289

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sanctuary porch

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289
290 291
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Ramesses V . . . . Ramesses VS . . . .
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{ No copies. avail-1 able ... No copies avail{ able . . . .1


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LXXIII LXIX' LXXII LXXII
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P. R.,fig. 149, 13 . . . .

Minor objects ,, , ,

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
....

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. . . . . . . . . . . . Inscriptions on pillars . . . . , . . .

292

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Wall inscription (1)

, , . . . . . . . . . .

. . . . . . ,, room 0 . . . . . . . . . . Temple

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LXXXVI

. . . .
E.E.F. copies E.E.F. copy
+

290 291
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Lower portion of stele

Dyn. XIX-XX, unknown king, yr.5

. . . . . .

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. . .. . .

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. ..

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293 294 295 296


297

E.E.F. copy l\ . . E.E.F. copy (1)) E.E.F. copy

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LXXVI , LXXVI LXXVII LXXVII


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299

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305 306 307 308 309


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Abbreviations : P . R. = PETRIE, Researches in Sinai ; SW. = Ordnmae S w e y : LL. = LOTTIN LAVAL L. D. = LEPSIUB, DE ; Denkdler ; Urk.= S T I , Urkudem. E TE Symbols: t colleted with squeeze; * collated with photograph; )I oollated with original; ( ) source used for collation imperfect or illegible; or else incomplete collation.

THE INSCRIPTIONS O F SINIA.

1V.-THE
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SERAB~T EL-KHADIM AND THE APPROACH TO IT-Continued.


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Plate showing original Position.

Nature of C0py.l
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LXXXII LXXXII

P. R., fig. 14 1 . . . . . . Small sphinx P. B., OS. 138-9 .

. . . . . . . .

/ LXXXIII

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LXXXIV LXXXIV LXXXIV LXXXIV

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1 E.E.F. copy

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LXXXIII

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LXXXIV ; E.E.F. copy * . .

1 LXXXIII
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. . . . . . . . rock stele . . . .

9,

9,

LXXXIV LXXXIV

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9,

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DE ; L. Denkmiiler ; Urk. = SETHE,Urkultden. Abbreviations : P. R. = PETRIE, Researches i n Sinai ; Sur. = Ordnance Survey; LL. = LOTTIN LAVAL D. = LEPSIUS, Symbols : t collated with squeeze; * collated with photograph; I[ collated with original; ( ) source used for collation imperfect or illegible ; or else incomplete collation.

CONCORDANCE WITH THE PRINCIPAL PREVIOUS PUBLTCATION S.


THIS Concordance is designed to enable students consulting
volume.
any of the works named in the foregoing

Table under the heading Bibliographical to identify inscriptions there published with those in the present

W. R.= R. WEILL, Recueil des inscriptions hyyptiennes du Sinai, Paris, 1904.

E.E.F. = number of inscription in the present melnoir of the Egypt Exploration Fund.
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110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126-129 130-134 135-136 137-139 140 142 141, 143-153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161

247 248 252 253 258

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144 41 37 42
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76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84

120 120 120 105 85

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258 283 266 271 279 ..

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141 150 196 198 194 193 188

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 17 bis L9 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35
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47 48 49 50 51

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64 47 48 94 83

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100 105 51 53 54 114 ..

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192 194 93 207 195 2 209 214 206

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29 30 31 32 33 34 35

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101 102 103 104 105 106 108 109 ..

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122

166 167-172

103

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P. R. = PETRIE, Researches in Sinai, London, 1906. References t o the photographic figures alone are here given, and only when 17n.rt of the inscription is legible. Further references to the figures and letterpress will be found in our Descriptive Text.
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45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 74 77 78 79 80 95 96 98 100 101 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110
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191 291 102 90 118 119 112 85 106 122,91 163 170 198 179 62
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L. D. = R. LEPSIUS, Denkmaler aus Aegypten und Aethiopien, Berlin, 1845-55. Quoted by Section (Abtheilung) and Plate. I n the recently published Text (Funfter Textband, 1913, pp. 380-385) is a complete list of the inscriptions known to L E P S I U Swith , cross-references to his Plates.
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83 100 23 33 34 27 28

11, 137, g

11, 140, p 11, 144, p 11,144,q

(W. 61) 122 139

120 10 44 196 211 212 1 1 , 20

Urk. = OEOHC)T E I N D O H F F , S Urkunden des agyptischen Alterturns : Urk. I = Urlcunden ties alten Reiclts, bearbeitet von KUKT SETHE ; Urk.I V = Urkunden der 18. Dynastic, bearbeitet aon KURT SETHE. Quoted by volume and page.
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