- US DcWaDIC MS.BZ.004-02-01-01-021
- Unità archivistica
- 1930 - 1940
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Rayevsky, Vladimir N.
Includes: photocopies of correspondence between Boris Ermoloff and Thomas Whittemore regarding Netchitailov’s article “Frescoës of St. Anthony’s Monastery representing St. Archangel Michael, the Holy Women,” September 21, 1931; correspondence betw...
Ermolov, Boris Nikolaevich
This collection contains papers, photographs, and drawings dating from the 1910s through the early 1930s that relate to excavation projects conducted in Egypt and Bulgaria. The materials include excavation reports, fieldwork and research notes, t...
Divided into 3 subseries and contains research and bibliographic materials, transcriptions, ground plans, drafts of preliminary reports, publication materials, and correspondence. Contents also include the research materials and notes of Alexandr...
Egypt Exploration Society
Transcription from Edward Russell Ayrton’s chapter on “The Suneh, Middle Fort and Deir” from the Egypt Exploration Fund’s 1904 excavation memoir for Abydos. Naville’s text in the EEF brochure is addressed to “American Subscribers” and includes a r...
Includes "CRYSTAL OBJECTS DISCOVERED AT CARTHAGE" by Alexandre Piankoff.
Contains materials related to Egypt Exploration Society excavations at Abydos during the 1910s to the early 1930s. Whittemore was the American Representative to the EES excavations between 1911-1914; he also visited the site during the 1920s and e...
Includes a letter dated April 14, 1932, which is addressed to “Tom” from “Stephen” of the Department of Egyptian and Assyrian Antiquities at the British Museum. Correspondents are probably Whittemore and Stephen Ranulph Kingdon Glanville, who was ...
Contains oversize rubbings, drawings, and maps related to Thomas Whittemore’s archaeological activities in Egypt. The drawings and rubbings were executed on a variety of paper types, including drafting cloth, tracing paper, and grid paper. Materi...