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Stevenson, A. 2016. Artefacts of excavation: the international distribution of artefacts from excavations in Egypt 1880-1980 and Japan. From Petrie to Hamada. Egyptian Antiquities of Kyoto University, February 18 2016
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Stevenson, A. 2014. Artefacts of excavation: the collection and distribution of Egyptian finds to museums, 1880–1915. Journal of the History of Collections 26(1): 89–102 DOI: 10.1093/jhc/fht017