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Saturday, August 8, 2020

Fwd: Travellers’Graffiti from Egypt and the Sudan


http://ancientworldonline.blogspot.com/2014/09/travellersgraffiti-from-egypt-and-sudan.html
On 08/07/2020 11:57 AM, Chuck Jones wrote:
Travellers'Graffiti from Egypt and the Sudan  [First posted in AWOL 9 September 2014, updated 7 August 2020]

Travellers'Graffiti from Egypt and the Sudan
Roger O. De KeersmaeckerBi
Is a non-profit initiative, a testimony of the early travellers in
Egypt and the Sudan
It is self-evident that the concept and the publication on
this Web Page remains the property of Roger O. De Keersmaecker.
Nothing of this Web Page may be reproduced in any form without
written permission from the owner.
On no account may it be used for any commercial purpose.

We regrettably announce the death of Roger O. De Keersmaecker, who left us at midnight June 15th/16th  2020.
Before his death, Roger donated his archive to the Griffith Insitute who will archive and maintain his work and legacy:

Website:            http://www.griffith.ox.ac.uk/
Mail:               griffith.institute@orinst.ox.ac.uk
Facebook:            https://www.facebook.com/griffithinstitute/posts/4183676501703315
Biography

In Memoriam

Articles

Books

Reviews

Additional Information

Interview

 
An Early Scottish Traveller in Egypt (In search of John Gordon 1804)

George Alexander Hoskins(A remorseful graffito carving traveller)

Graffiti on the Propylon of Amon

An Early visitor at the Ramesseum

A Pilgrimage to a Tomb

Le Docteur Dussap

In defence of graffiti

Count Emilio Dandolo

Pückler Muskau (Prince) Hermann Ludwig Heinrich

What the Egyptians scribbled on their walls

The French commemorative inscription at Philae-I

The French commemorative inscription at Philae-II

The French commemorative inscription at Philae-III

The French commemorative inscription at Philae-IV

The French commemorative inscription at Philae-V

The French commemorative inscription at Philae-VI

Supplement on travellers' comments regarding the French commemorative inscription at Philae

H. J. Curtin …my Irish lad… (1)

Joseph Bonomi 1796-1878

The French commemorative inscription at Philae-V

The French commemorative inscription at Philae-VI

Supplement on travellers' comments regarding the French commemorative inscription at Philae

H. J. Curtin …my Irish lad… (1)

GEORGE WADDINGTON, 1793 - 1869

Charles Leonard Irby – James Mangles

Thomas Legh of Lyme

Richard Robert Madden

William Jowett

Arthur Todd Holroyd


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