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Stearns, Wallace N. 2000. Reconstructing Egypt's history: the work of the Egypt Exploration Fund. In Schlesinger, Arthur M. and Fred L. Israel (eds), Rediscovering ancient Egypt: chronicles from National Geographic, 67-89.Philadelphia: Chelsea House Publishers.
Horniman Museum - Simkin, Matthew and Eileen McDonagh 1995. Redisplay of the Egyptian collection at the Horniman Museum. In Brown, Carol E., Fiona Macalister, and Margot M. Wright (eds), Conservation in ancient Egyptian collections: papers given at the conference organised by the United Kingdom Institute for Conservation, Archaeology Section, and International Academic Projects, held at London, 20-21 July 1995, 103-108. London: Archetype.
Natural History Museum
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Royal college of surgeons
Dobson, J. 1963. The Nubian Collection, Annual of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, London, 33, 249-252.
Nunn, J. F. and Carol A. R. Andrews, Egyptian Antiquities at the Royal College of Surgeons of England, Annals ofthe Royal College of Surgeons of England, London 59 (1977), 342-347.
Ward, F. A. B, 1947. Science Museum. Handbook of the Collections illustrating Time Measurement. Part I - Historical, Review, Third Edition, London, His Majesty's Stationery Office, 1947.
Victoria and Albert Museum
Adams, Barbara, 1977. Egyptian Objects in the Victoria and Albert Museum, Warminster, Aris & Phillips Ltd.
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Bosse-Griffiths, Kate 2001. Bead collars with Amarna amulets in the Wellcome Collection of the University College, Swansea. In Bosse-Griffiths, Kate, Amarna studies and other selected papers, 27-30. Freiburg; Göttingen: Universitätsverlag; Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.
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