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Meydum, Egypt expedition records

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Summary Information

Repository:
University of Pennsylvania: Penn Museum Archives
Creator:
Rowe, Alan, 1892-1968
Title:
Meydum, Egypt expedition records
Date [inclusive]:
1929-1933
Call Number:
1013
Extent:
5.6 Linear feet
Language:
English
Abstract:
Alan Rowe, born in Hornchurch, Essex, England in 1891, spent his life not only in his homeland but in Australia, Egypt, Palestine and Libya in pursuit of the study of Egyptology. He excavated with C.S. Fisher at Beth Shan and George Reisner at Giza before serving as Field Director of the University of Pennsylvania Museum Expedition to Meydum, Egypt. The Meydum, Egypt Expedition records consist of eight archival boxes of records plus photographs and plans housed separately. The object registers are placed with the oversized materials.
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Biography/History

Alan Rowe, born in Hornchurch, Essex, England in 1891 spent his life not only in his homeland but in Australia, Egypt, Palestine and Libya in pursuit of the study of Egyptology. Rowe was introduced to Egypt as a child when he was captivated by the collection of antiquities at the Whitechapel Museum. He was employed initially as a journalist and emigrated to Australia where he volunteered in Museums and gave lectures in history at the University of Adelaide.

Rowe's first field work came as an assistant to C.S.Fisher on the 1922 expedition to Palestine (Beth Shan). Following this experience, Rowe served as the chief archaeological assistant to George Reisner on the joint Harvard-Boston Museum of Fine Art expedition to Giza. While Reisner was away in America, Rowe discovered the tomb of Hetep-heres, a discovery of great import. Rowe continued to work on other sites in Egypt including Meydum for the University of Pennsylvania Museum and the minor site of Gezer. He was appointed curator of the Graeco-Roman Museum in Alexandria where he served from 1940 to 1949. During WWII, Rowe twice reported on the state of the monuments in Cyrenaica to the British War Office in Cairo.

Rowe turned to academia in 1950, working as a special lecturer in Near Eastern Archaeology at the University of Manchester until 1952. His last four expeditions were to the tombs and cemeteries in Cyrene.

Rowe published several books and many articles based on his work. Unfortunately, he was unable to find a publisher for his Meydum manuscript, a goal he pursued until 1955.

Scope and Contents

Alan Rowe, born in Hornchurch, Essex, England in 1891 spent his life not only in his homeland but in Australia, Egypt, Palestine and Libya in pursuit of the study of Egyptology. He excavated with C.S. Fisher at Beth Shan and George Reisner at Giza before serving as Field Director of the University of Pennsylvania Museum Expedition to Meydum, Egypt.

In addition to his expeditions, Rowe lectured in history at the University of Adelaide, Australia and in Near Eastern Archaeology at the University of Manchester.

The Meydum, Egypt Expedition records consist of twelve archival boxes plus oversize materials. The majority consist of correspondence, reports, and preparation for publication. The collection is divided into twelve series. In addition to the correspondence, field reports, notebooks and publication materials are financial reoords, various lists and photographs. The group is completed by other graphic materials such as plans, maps and squeezes.

The records had been reviewed and box lists made prior to processing. The order of the records was largely maintained with re-organization of some of the correspondence and publication records needed for clarity. For example, many of the communications with Museum Director Horace Jayne were interspersed with materials from other series.

Rowe detailed his work in lengthy letters to Horace Jayne and former director Battiscombe Gunn, in field notebooks and diaries. He wrote often to his researchers to obtain information about translations, grafitti and coins. The materials are rich in information. He maintained typed copies of much of the research findings for publication purposes. Additional communications with Battiscombe Gunn are found in the publications series.

Rowe displayed his photographs in three hardback albums with a corresponding register and indexes by year. The large groups of plans and maps reflect Rowe's prganization by publication volume, topography, location, structure and/or type of find.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

University of Pennsylvania: Penn Museum Archives,  7/25/2016

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Jody Rodgers

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Controlled Access Headings

Form/Genre(s)
  • Card catalogs
  • Diaries
  • Manuscripts for publication
  • Maps
  • Photographs
Geographic Name(s)
  • Egypt
Personal Name(s)
  • Cerny, Jaroslav, 1898-1970
  • Crum, W.E. (Walter Ewing), 1865-1944
  • FitzGerald, Gerald Milnes, 1882-1978
  • Gunn, Battiscombe G., 1883-1950
  • Jayne, Horace Howard Furness, 1898-1975
  • Moss, Rosalind L.B., 1890-1990
  • Reisner, George Andrew, 1867-1942
  • Rowe, Alan, 1892-1968
Subject(s)
  • Archaeology--Burials
  • Plans and drawings

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Collection Inventory

Correspondence.

Box

Cairo Museum.

1

Cairo Museum-Memphis-Meydum transition.

1

Horace Jayne (1 of 3).

1

Horace Jayne (2 of 3).

1

Horace Jayne (3 of 3).

1

Battiscombe Gunn.

1

George A. Reisner.

1

Re: Research.

1

Re: Coins.

1

Re: Meydum manuscript 1951-1955.

1

General 1928-1932.

1

Financial 1928-1932.

Box

Correspondence 1936-1937.

1

Kodak receipts, correspondence 1929-1930.

1

Reports-January 1928-December 1929.

1

Reports-January 1930-December 1930.

1

Records-January-March 1931; September-December 1931; January-June 1932.

1

Field Reports 1928-1931.

Box

Monthly reports (1 of 2).

1

Monthly reports (2 of 2).

1

Field notes.

Box

Rowe 1928.

1

Rowe 1931.

1

Diary (1 of 3).

1

Diary (2 of 3).

1

Diary (3 of 3).

2

Tomb cards 1930-1932.

Box

A.N.N.I. 1932.

3

A.N. cemetery, mastaba plans.

3

A.N. sites 1931.

3

A.N.S. 1931-1932.

3

Mastaba (1-395) 1931-1932.

3

Tombs (T328-T399) 1930-1931.

3

Tombs (T200-T546) 1931.

3

Tombs (T547-T607) 1931.

3

Object cards.

Box

By tomb number.

4, 5

By location.

5

By type, composition.

5, 6

Field negatives.

6

Object registers.

Oversize

1929 (29-11-12).

1

1930 (30-1-12).

1

1931 (30-1-4).

1

1931 (30-11-12).

1

1932 (32-1).

1

Lists 1929-1932.

Box

Packing lists 1930-1932.

2

Division lists by photo number.

2

Division lists by object register number.

2

Publication 1928-1933.

Box

Grafitti correspondence.

2

Grafitti notes.

2

Research notes (1 of 2).

2

Research notes (2 of 2).

2

List of personnel.

2

Museum Journal.

2

Museum Journal 1931 (annotated).

2

Illustrated London News.

2

Miscellaneous articles.

2

J.Y. Brinton article 1932.

2

Notes on translations; axe head.

2

Lists-tombs, photos, objects.

7

Unpublished Manuscript Vol. I (1 of 2).

7

Unpublished Manuscript Vol. I (2 of 2).

7

Unpublished Manuscript Vol. II.

7

Unpublished Manuscript Vol. III.

7

Unpublished Manuscript Vol. IV.

7

Unpublished Manuscript Vol. V.

7

Misc. articles and bibliographies Vol. I (1 of 2).

7

Misc. articles and bibliographies Vol. I (2 of 2).

8

Misc. articles and bibliographies Vol. II (1 of 2).

8

Misc. articles and bibliographies Vol. II (2 of 2).

8

Notes, bibliography.

8

Bibliography cards (1 of 2).

8

Bibliography cards (2 of 2).

8

Photographs.

Box

Photo Register.

9

Photo Index 1929-1930.

9

Photo Index 1930-1931.

9

Photo Index 1931-1932.

9

Photo album 1 (1-370).

10

Photo album II (371-869).

11

Photo album III (870-1121).

9

Additional photo albums in flat storage boxes.

flat box

Maps, Plans 32842-38933.

EG13

Excavations 1-72.

EG13

Excavations 73-254.

EG13

Excavations 255-370.

EG13

Excavations 370-481.

EG13

Excavations 482-555.

EG13

Excavations 556-680.

EG13

Excavations 681-770.

EG13

Excavations 771-868.

EG13

Excavations 869-921.

EG13

Excavations 922-1022.

EG13

Excavations 1023-1242.

EG14

Meydum-General Views.

EG14

Aerial Views.

EG14

Archaeol. Objects 36058-36303.

EG14

Stone Sculpture 33987-36723.

EG14

Stone Vessels.

EG14

Stone Tools.

EG14

Mummies 34708-34782.

EG14

Mummies 36228-36422.

EG14

Mummies 36434-36640.

EG14

Mummies 39811-36302.

EG14

Mummies-Skeletal Remains 34509-34670.

EG14

Mummies Field Nos. 83-93.

EG14

Wall Painting.

EG14

Linen Basketry 34346-36625.

EG14

Pottery Vessels 34738-34794.

EG15

Pottery Vessels 36173-36525.

EG15

Pottery Vessels 36527-36600.

EG15

Pottery Vessels 36604-80630.

EG15

Jar Stoppers.

EG15

Pottery Lamps 34664-36612.

EG15

Ostraca 34731-36594.

EG15

Terracottas 34635-36645.

EG15

Bricks.

EG15

Wood.

EG15

Glass.

EG15

Faience.

EG15

Ivory.

EG15

Bronze, Iron.

EG15

Jewelry 31655-36652.

EG15

Scarabs, Scarabands, Seals.

EG15

Graffiti 34478-38277.

EG15

Papyri.

EG15

Coins.

EG15

Meydum-Unnumbered.

EG15

Abu Nur (near Meydum) by Neg. Nos. 36438-36558 (106).

EG15

Abu Nur (near Meydum) by Neg. Nos. 34692-34918 (77).

EG15

Plate Photos for Rowe's unpublished Ms.- Vol.II XVII-XXVIII.

EG16

Plate Photos Rowe's unpubl. Ms.-XI-XXXII.

EG16

Plate Photos Rowe's unpubl. Ms.-XVIII-XXXVIII.

EG16

Plate Photos Rowe's unpubl. Ms.-XL-65.

EG16

Maps and Plans.

Drawer
Meydum publication plates Volume I.
M-11-2
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Plate I-Reconstruction of Meydum Pyramid Site Looking Northwest.

M-11-2

Plate II-Sketch Showing Stepped Appearance of the King's Pyramid and Mastabah 17.

M-11-2

Plate III-Meydum Pyramid Site-Restored from Details Published by Petrie.

M-11-2

Plate IV-Stages in the Construction of the Meydum Pyramid.

M-11-2

Plate V-Details of Staged Funerary Buildings.

M-11-2

Plate VI-Quarrymen's Gang.

M-11-2

Plate VII- Map of Northern and Middle Egypt.

M-11-2

Plate VIII-Composite Map of Meydum Prior to the Excavations.

M-11-2

Plate IX-The Meydum Pyramid in Relation to other Royal Tombs of Egypt.

M-11-2

Plate X-Meydum Pyramid-Entrance, Passage and Chambers.

M-11-2

Plate XI-Meydum Pyramid Temple.

M-11-2

Plate XII-Meydum Pyramid Causeway.

M-11-2

Plate XIII-Brick Furnace above the Causeway.

M-11-2

Plate XIV-Pyramid, North Face.

M-11-2

Plate XV-Pyramid-East Face; Pyramid Passage; Pyramid Causeway; East Peribolus Wall.

M-11-2
Meydum plates Volume II.
M-11-3
Drawer

Plate I-Plan of Pit and Chamber Section (Looking South).

M-11-3

Plate II-Section Through Pit and Chamber, Nefert's Burial, Mastaba No. 6 Looking West.

M-11-3

Plate III-Reconstruction of the Wooden Coffin of Nefert.

M-11-3

Plate IV-Details of Crenellations.

M-11-3

Plate V-Plan of Mastaba No. 7.

M-11-3

Plate VI- Section Looking West, Drawings of Objects, Mastaba No 7.

M-11-3

Plate VII-Plan of Mastaba No 8.

M-11-3

Plate VIII-Plan of Pit and Chamber, Drawings of Objects.

M-11-3

Plate IX-Section Through Pit and Chamber of NY-HEP.

M-11-3

Plate X-Plan of Northern Pit and Chamber, Drawing of Objects.

M-11-3

Plate XI-Section Through Northern Pit and Chamber.

M-11-3

Plate XII-Plan and Section of Intrusive Pit, Drawings of Objects.

M-11-3

Plate XIII-Plans and Sections of Classified Tombs in Northern Cemetery.

M-11-3

Plate XIV-Plans and Sections of Unclassified Tombs in Northern Cemetery.

M-11-3

Plate XV-Objects from Northern Cemetery.

M-11-3

Plate XVI-Plans and Sections of Late Dynastic Tombs in Northern Cemetery.

M-11-3

Plate I-Printed Reproduction on Paper (see A).

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Meydum plates-volume III and extra.
M-11-4
Drawer

Plate I-General Plan of Mastaba 17.

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Plate II-Plan and Section of North End of Mastaba.

M-11-4

Plate III-Plans and Sections of East Side of Mastaba.

M-11-4

Plate IV-Details of Builders Level Marks and Guide-Lines on Mastaba.

M-11-4

Plate V-Detailed Plan and Sections of Stone Chapel.

M-11-4

Plate VI-Detailed Plan and Section of Original Sarcophagus Chamber.

M-11-4

Plate VII-Sketch Plan and Sections of the Tomb of Gemesh.

M-11-4

Plate VIII-Drawings of Wooden and Pottery Coffins.

M-11-4

Plate IX-Drawing of the Coffin of Iah-tef-nekht.

M-11-4

Plate X-Drawings of Coffins from Intrusive Tombs.

M-11-4

Plate XI-Drawings of Coffins from Intrusive Tombs.

M-11-4

Plate XII-Drawings of Coffins from Intrusive Tombs.

M-11-4

Plate XIII-Drawings of Coffins from Intrusive Tombs.

M-11-4

Plate XIV-Drawings of Large Objects from Intrusive Tombs.

M-11-4

Plate XV-Drawings of Large Objects from Intrusive Tombs.

M-11-4

Plate XVI- Drawings of Small Objects from Intrusive Tombs.

M-11-4

Plate XVII- Drawings of Miscellaneous Objects from Mastaba Debris.

M-11-4
Extra drawings.
M-11-4

Mastaba 17 West side, extreme North part.

Mastabe 17 Plan of the north side showing intrusive burials.

Mastabe 17 Section S-T from East to West looking South.

Mastaba 17 Sections U-V from South to North, looking West.

Drawer

Mastaba 17 West side, extreme North part.

M-11-4

Mastaba 17 East side, South part.

M-11-4

Mastaba 17 East side, North part.

M-11-4

Mastaba 17 Offering niche; section O-P West, looking North.

M-11-4

Mastaba 17 Offering niche; elevation looking West.

M-11-4

Mastaba 17 Section Q-R From West to East looking North.

M-11-4

Mastaba 17 General Plan.

M-11-4

Stone Chapel- Plan.

Stone Chapel- Section K-L from South to North looking West.

Stone Chapel- Section M-N, from East to West looking South.

Drawer

Sketch Plans of the Tomb of Gemesh.

M-11-4

Sketch of Objects Found Outside the Coffin of Gemesh.

M-11-4

Sketch of Objects Found in the Coffin of Gemesh.

M-11-4
Meydum Plates Volume IV.
Drawer

PLATE I Plan of Tomb 277.

M-11-5

PLATE II Plan of Tomb 202 Dynasty IV (This Drawing Is Found As(7)of Composite Plate 4.

M-11-5

PLATE III Plan and section of Tomb 393 Type S.P.IIIvth Dynasty.

M-11-5

PLATE IV Plans and Sections of Tombs 552(=?)-Type SR III; 556 and 559-fourth Dynasty.

M-11-5

PLATE V Plans and Sections of Tombs Nos. 1 and 4-fourth Dynasty (No 4 Is that of Heknen).

M-11-5

PLATE VI Plans and Sections of Mastaba 293 and Tombs Nos 310, 295, 292 IVth Dyn. (with Late Dyn. intrusions).

M-11-5

PLATE VII Plans and sections of Tomb nos. 312,315, 318, 460, (?)512 Fourth Dynasty.

M-11-5

PLATE VIII Objects from the fourth Dynasty Tombs.

M-11-5

PLATE IX General Map of Meydum site; Detailed "Map A".

M-11-5

PLATE X Meydum site-Detailed map B and C.

M-11-5
Meydum Plates Volume V.
Drawer

PLATE I (Tombs 581, 587, 591 and Pottery Types).

M-11-6

PLATE II (Tombs 316, 324, 389, 478, 478A).

M-11-6

PLATE III Tomb 313 Dynasty XII Onward.

M-11-6

PLATE IV Tomb 314 Tomb groups-Small objects.

M-11-6

PLATE V Tomb 314-Concl. 315, 316, 317, 318-Tomb groups small objects.

M-11-6

PLATE VI Tomb 266, 277, 278, 287, 293, 295, 302,321, 324-Tomb groups Small objects.

M-11-6

PLATE VII Tomb 261B, 264, 265, 266, 267, 276, 277, 278, 281, 282, 287, Tomb Groups Large Objects.

M-11-6

PLATE VIII Tomb 261B, 264, 265, 266, 267, 276, 277, 278, 281, 282, 287, Tomb Groups Large Objects.

M-11-6

PLATE IX Miscellaneous and Tomb groups Small and Large objects.

M-11-6

PLATE X Unspecified.

M-11-6

PLATE XI Unspecified.

M-11-6

PLATE XII Roman tombs 462, 464, 465, 467, 468.

M-11-6

PLATE XIII Roman tombs 472, 473, 495.

M-11-6

PLATE XIV From Roman tombs.

M-11-6

PLATE XV From Christian tombs.

M-11-6

PLATE XVI Wooden coffins.

M-11-6

PLATE XVII Wooden coffins.

M-11-6

PLATE XVIII Wooden coffins.

M-11-6

PLATE XIX Wooden coffins.

M-11-6

PLATE XX Wooden coffins.

M-11-6

PLATE XXI Wooden coffins.

M-11-6

PLATE XXII Wooden coffins.

M-11-6

PLATE XXIII Wooden coffins.

M-11-6

PLATE XXIV Wooden coffins.

M-11-6

PLATE XXV Coffins, pottery and stone.

M-11-6

PLATE XXVI Miscellaneous.

M-11-6
Meydum Plates with no Volume Number (Group !).
Drawer

PLATE I Plan and section of Tomb 277.

M-11-7

PLATE II Plan and section of Tomb 202.

M-11-7

PLATE III Plan and section of Tomb 393.

M-11-7

PLATE IV Plan and section of Tomb 352 (in Mastaba 14).

M-11-7

PLATE V Plan and section of Tomb 1 and 4.

M-11-7

PLATE VI Plan and section of Mastaba 293 with Tomb Pits 310. 295, 292.

M-11-7

PLATE VII Plan and section Unclassified tombs 312, 315, 318, 460, 481, 512.

M-11-7

PLATE VIII Some Objects from Fourth Dynasty Tombs.

M-11-7

PLATE IX General Map Showing 1929 - 1932 Excavation at Meydum, and Detailed Map A.

M-11-7

PLATE X Meydum Detailed Maps-Band C.

M-11-7
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Meydum Plates with no volume number (Group 2).
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Pl. 1 Tomb groups-small objects.

M-11-1
Map-case

Pl. 3 Tomb groups-small objects.

M-11-1

Pl. 4 Map of Meydum showing excavations of 1929-1930 with plans.

M-11-1

Pl. 5 Tomb groups-small objects.

M-11-1

Pl. 6 Tomb groups-large objects.

M-11-1

Pl. 7 Tomb groups-large objects.

M-11-1

Pl. 9 Tomb groups-large objects.

M-11-1

Pl. 10 Tomb groups-large objects.

M-11-1

Pl. 12 Plan of tomb 251.

M-11-1

Pl. 14 Plans of tombs and furnace.

M-11-1

Pl. 15 Plans of tombs 311, 312, 315, 316.

M-11-1

Pl. 16 Tomb 314.

M-11-1

Pl. 17 Coffin of Sat-her-em-hat.

M-11-1

Pl. 18 Coffin of Khenty-khety-em-hat.

M-11-1

Pl. 19 Wooden coffins.

M-11-1

Pl. 20 Wooden coffins.

M-11-1

Pl. 21 Coffins-wooden & pottery.

M-11-1

Pl. 22 Wooden coffins.

M-11-1

Pl. 23 Wooden coffins.

M-11-1

Pl. 24 Wooden coffins.

M-11-1

Pl. 25 Wooden coffins.

M-11-1

Pl. 26 Coffin of Iah-tef-nekht.

M-11-1

Pl. 27 Coffins-wooden, pottery & stone.

M-11-1

Pl. 30 From and near Mastaba.

M-11-1

Pl. 31 Miscellaneous tombs.

M-11-1
Meydum Miscellaneous.
Drawer

"Coffin Tomb 362 Meydum 1930" Watercolor 6" by 16".

M-11-8

"Reconstruction of Meydum Pyramid Site Looking Northwest" Watercolor with Caption 20" by 20".

M-11-8
Meydum The Great Pyramid.
Drawer

"Cross Section and Plan [of Great Pyramid at Meydum]." Architect's Plan. Scale 1:1000" 22.5" x 13.5".

M-11-9

Plan of Interior of Great Pyramid at Meydum-Architects Plan Scale 1:100 ft. 24" by 30".

M-11-9

"The Great Pyramid" Cross Section and 3 Interior Plans- Archtects Plan Scale 1:100 ft. 24.5" by 30".

M-11-9

As Above- Encapsulated.

M-11-9

As Above- Encapsulated.

M-11-9
Meydum Miscellaneous.
Drawer

Restoration of Wall Painting (E641) Watercolor 12" x 9".

M-11-10
Meydum Topographical Map Series.
Drawer

58 Architect's Maps of Meydum-Captions in Arabic Various sizes.

M-11-11
Meydum the Great Pyramid.
Drawer

"Successive Schemes of Saqqarah Pyramid." 1:50 m. Ink on paper. Written on bottom "A. S. A. vol. XXIX, pl. VIII".

M-11-12
Meydum-Maps, Sketches, Site Plans and Floor Plans of Tombs.
Drawer

9A Tomb plans. Scale 1/50. Pencil on paper. Tombs: 391, 394, 399, 431, 433, 436, 442, 445, 390, 409, 413,414, 432, 434, 437, 438, 440, 443.

M-11-13

11A Tomb Plans Pencil on Paper Scale 1/50 Tombs 517-522, 513, 524 On Reverse: 11B-Tomb Plans. Pencil on Paper. Scale 1/50.Tombs: 505-512, 514-516, and 523.

M-11-13

Tomb Plans Pencil on Paper Scale 1/50 Tombs 461, 466, 471,485, 486, 488, 491, 492 On Reverse: 13B-Tomb Plans. Pencil on Paper. Scale 1/50.Tombs: 472, 473, 482-484, 489, 495.

M-11-13

6A "Crenellated Wall to the North of the Pyramid" Ink and Pencil on Paper Scale 1/100 Dated 14/1/1931 On Reverse: 6B- "Plan of Tomb 389 (West of the Pyra.[mid]) Pencil on Paper. Dated 10/1/1931.

M-11-13

4B "Tombs on the East Side of Mas.[taba] [17]" Pencil on Paper Scale 1/50 Tombs: 463, 474, 475, 478, 479, 480, 487, 490, 493, 496.

M-11-13

14A "Roman Tombs" Pencil on Paper Scale 1/50 Tombs: 460, 464, 465, 476, 477. On Reverse: 14B- "Roman Tombs" Pencil on Paper. Tombs: 462, 467-470, 481.

M-11-13

1A Tomb of Mas.[taba] 16" Ink and Pencil on Paper Scale 1/50 Dated 23/11/1931. Also Plan of "Top of Entrance" Pencil on Paper. Scale 1/100. Dated 6/1/1932. On Reverse: 1B- Plan of "Tomb of Hek-nen, Mast.[aba] No 4" Ink and Pencil on Paper. Scale 1/50.

M-11-13

Plans of Tomb 393 Pencil on Paper Scale 1/50 On Reverse: 3A "Mastaba No. 7" Ink and Pencil on Paper. Scale 1/100. 5 Plans.

M-11-13

[A] "Sarcophagus of Cheops, Giza" and "Sarcophagus of Mastaba 17, Meydum" Printed Reproduction, 2 Plans.

M-11-13

[B] "N.W. Level-and Incline-Indicaton Wall of Mastaba 17" Pencil on Paper-Plan Scale 1/25 On Reverse: Writing and Sketching in Pencil.

M-11-13

12A "Mastaba No. 8" Pencil on Paper Scale 1/100 Plan On Reverse: 3 Plans-Subject Unidentified-Pencil on Paper Scale 1/100 and 1/50.

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[C] "Mastaba No. 8 NY HEP" 5 Plans Ink and Pencil on Paper Various Scales On Reverse: Tomb Plans. Pencil on Paper. Scale 1:50. Tombs: 401, 402, 408, 410, 411, 412, 417- 419, 420, 421, 423, 424, 427, 439, 441, 444, 448, 449, 457, 458, 459.

M-11-13

[D] Plan of Tomb ANS 30 With Captions. The captions concern location of objects in the tomb. Pencil on Paper.

M-11-13

[E] Cross section diagrams of pottery from Meydum (?) Pencil on Paper.

M-11-13

[F] As above-Ink and Pencil on Paper.

M-11-13

5B Tomb Plan- Pencil on Paper. Scale 1:50. Dated "29/1/32.

M-11-13

G Plan- Unspecified Ink and Pencil on Paper.

M-11-13

[H] Map of Tomb at Meydum Pencil on Paper. Scale 1:100. Plan. Cross section of Pyramid at Meydum. Pencil on Paper. Scale 1:50. Both plans are dated "31/12/30".

M-11-13

[I ] "Dra-Abu-Ner, Meydum" Ink on Paper Ink on Paper Scale 1/1000.

M-11-13

"Southern Side of Mastaba 17" Ink and pencil on Paper Scale 1/100 Dated "15/1/1931" and "18/1/1931".

M-11-13

7B "Cross section A-B and Tomb 592" Plans Pencil on Paper Scale 1/50.

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2A "Mastaba 14 Cross section E-F, C-D and [Topview} Ink and Pencil on Paper. Dated "15/1/1931".

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10A Plan of Tomb 200 Pencil on Paper Scale 1/50 Dated 28/1/1931 On Reverse: Tomb 379 Plan Pencil on Paper Scale 1/50 Dated 27/1/1931.

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7 Plans of Tombs 398, 400, 405, 406, 415, 426, 428, 435, 450, 451. Pencil on Paper Scale 1:50 On Reverse: Plans of Tombs 403, 429, 454, 422, 452, 392, 456, 453, 455. Pencil on Paper Scale 1:50.

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8A "Mastaba No. 16 Nefer Maat" Pencil on Paper Scale 1/50 On Reverse: "Mastaba No. 9 of Ra Nefer" and "6 of RaHotep". Pencil on Paper. Scale 1:50.

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"Plans and Sections of Tombs and Section through the Cemetery on Lines A-B, C-D" Plan Printed Reproduction on Posterboard. 40.5" by 28".

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Drawer

Map From Meydum Grid system Unidentified 13 Fragments Ink on Linen.

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"Map of the Northern and Middle Showing the Relative Positions of Meydum and Other Pyramid Sites Dating to the Ancient and Middle Empires c. 3000-c. 1800 B. C." 5 Pieces Printed Reproduction.

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Meydum Squeezes.
Drawer

15 Squeezes of Meydum Found with some Meydum Notes. A. R. S. 8 June '60 (Box 22). Poor Quality.

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