TOPOGRAPHICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY OF
ANCIENT EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPHIC
TEXTS, STATUES, RELIEFS AND PAINTINGS
Series started by Bertha Porter and Rosalind L. B. Moss,
assisted by Ethel W. Burney
The continually updated online version of
Volume VIII, Parts 1 and 2: OBJECTS OF PROVENANCE NOT KNOWN: STATUES
DIANA MAGEE and ELIZABETH MILES
GRIFFITH INSTITUTE, ASHMOLEAN MUSEUM, OXFORD
Please note that this is an unedited working copy
This online version of the Topographical Bibliography
represents a completely new and revolutionary departure
in the provision of research tools in Egyptology:
Any updated features which do not appear in the printed volumes
have been indicated in colour, on most monitors in blue.
- It gives you the most recently available information;
of monuments and their bibliography are being continually updated.
- It can be searched for features which are not
indexed in the printed volume, e.g. the names of authors, books or
- A new relationship has been created between the
users of the Topographical Bibliography and its editors: the users can
point out any mistakes, omissions and inaccuracies, and these will
be considered by the editors and, if accepted, put right without delay.
Jaromir Malek, Diana Magee and Elizabeth Miles, Topographical
Bibliography of Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphic Texts, Statues, Reliefs and
Paintings, VIII. ISBN 0 900416 67 X. Part 1 (Royal Statues. Private Statues: Predynastic to
the end of Dynasty XVII), ISBN 0 900416 68 8, lii+482 pages, £65. Part 2
(Private Statues: Dynasty XVIII to the Roman Period. Statues of
Deities), ISBN 0 900416 69 6), lxii+700 pages (pp. 483-1182), £80.
Indices to Parts 1 and 2,
ISBN 0 900416 70 X, viii+136 pages, £20. All are hardback publications.
The price of the whole set is £145. Instructions
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- The presentation of the material is currently in the process of
being improved, so for some time this version may appear to
- The non-English characters in royal as well
as non-royal names are being replaced by standard characters, so you
will see forms such as Amenemhet, Khaemweset, Amun-Re,
etc. This is now possible because all non-royal names are accompanied by
- All authors' names will eventually be provided with their initials.
- All publications will be followed by the publication date.
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- mistakes or inaccuracies in descriptions or references
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(January 12, 2005)