d'Hulst, Count Riamo

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Count d'Hulst (1870-1921) was a German excavator who assisted Naville at Bubastis and Ahnas, but was criticised by Petrie and not employed by the EES after 1893. However he remained active and was employed by institutions like the Bodelian library to procure manuscripts. During the First World War Count d'Hulst was interned as an enemy and his possessions (including antiquities) were sold at public auction 6 November 1916. 

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