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Carter No.: 014

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Card/Transcription No.: 014-4

<the continuation of a paragraph concerning personal matters omitted here>

Peet was very anxious to know about the article for the Journal. Now your book is ready - many congratulations! - perhaps you will be able to let him have the promised article. He is in Turin, so perhaps you could write to me on this subject.

I shall be back in Town next week, and look forward to seeing you. This is a lovely spot, but we have had incessant rain.

Yours ever

Alan H. Gardiner

Before leaving London I sent you a translation and copy of the texts on the lion-hunt ostracon. Did you receive them ?

Card no. 014-4 relating to Carter no. 014
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