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Stone tablet found in a tomb at Thebes. Discovered by the Earl of Belmore, 1818. Same size as the original.

Stone tablet found in a tomb at Thebes. Discovered by the Earl of Belmore, 1818. Height of the original 1 ft. 8 in., Breadth 4 ft. 2 in.

Wooden tablet[s] found by the Earl of Belmore.

A stone tablet, engraved on each side, found in a tomb at Thebes. 1818. In the collection of the Earl of Belmore. Same size as the original.

Stone tablet found in a tomb at Thebes. Discovered by the Earl of Belmore, 1818. The same size as the original.

Stone tablet found in a tomb at Thebes. 1818. In the collection of the Earl of Belmore. Same size as the originals.

Stone tablets or altars, found at Thebes. 1818. In the collection of the Earl of Belmore. Same size as the originals.

Stone tablets found in a tomb at Thebes. 1818. In the collection of the Earl of Belmore. Same size as the originals.

[Papyrus taken from a mummy at Thebes. 1818. In the collection of the Earl of Belmore.]

Two fragments of stone tablets found in a tomb at Thebes. Discovered by the Earl of Belmore, 1818. The same size as the originals.

Stone tablet or altar: an offering represented within a border of Hieroglyphics, found in a tomb at Thebes. Discovered by the Earl of Belmore, 1818. Same size as the original.

[Papyrus found by the Earl of Belmore at Thebes. 1818.]

Stone tablet found in a tomb at Thebes. Discovered by the Earl of Belmore, 1818. Height of the original 2 ft. 3 in., breadth 1 ft. 8 1/2 in.

Wooden tablet found in a tomb at Thebes. Discovered by the Earl of Belmore, 1818. The same size as the original.

Stone tablet found in a tomb at Thebes. 1818. Same size as the original. In the collection of the Earl of Belmore.

Stone tablet found in a tomb at Thebes. 1818. Same size as the original. In the collection of the Earl of Belmore.

Stone sarcophagus taken out of tomb at Thebes by the Earl of Belmore, Feb. 1818.

A fragment and stone tablet found in a tomb at Thebes. 1818. In the collection of the Earl of Belmore. Same size as the original.

Wooden tablet found in a tomb at Thebes. Discovered by the Earl of BElmore, 1818.

Papirus [i.e. papyrus] taken from a mummy at Thebes. 1818. In the collection of the Earl of Belmore.

Papyrus taken from a mummy at Thebes. 1818. In the collection of the Earl of Belmore.

Stone tablet found in a tomb at Thebes. Discovered by the Earl of Belmore, 1818. Same size as the original.

Drawings on stone found at Thebes, 1818. In the collection of the Earl of Belmore. Same size as the originals.

Stone tablet found in a tomb at Thebes. Discovered by the Earl of Belmore, 1818. Height of the original 1 ft. 11 1/2 in., Length 4 ft. 5 in.

Stone tablet found in a tomb at Thebes, 1818. Same size as original. In the collection of the Earl Belmore.

Fragment of the papirus [i.e. papyrus] taken from a mummy at Thebes. 1818. In the collection of the Earl of Belmore.

Stone tablet found in a tomb at Thebes. Discovered by the Earl of Belmore, 1818. Length of the original 2ft. 8 1/2 in., height 10 in.

Stone tablet found in a tomb at Thebes. 1818. In the collection of the Earl of Belmore. Height of the original, 2 ft. 3 in., breadth 1 ft. 8 1/2 in.

Stone tablet found in a tomb at Thebes. Discovered by the Earl of BElmore, 1818. Height of the original 1 ft. 10 1/2 in., bradth 1 ft. 5 in.

Papirus [i.e. papyrus] found by the Earl of Belmore at Thebes. 1818.

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