Petrie at Memphis
|1908||Petrie's first season in Memphis, drawing a map and excavating the 'west hall', and many other smaller sites around the city (faience workshop)||Petrie 1909a; the faience workshop is discussed in detail: Knobel/Midgley/Milne/Murray/Petrie 1911: 34-37, pls. XIII-XX|
|1908-1909||Excavation of the palace of Apries||Petrie 1909 (see the distribution list)|
|1909-1910||Further work around the palace of Apries||Petrie/Mackay/Wainwright 1910: 38-46 (distribution list)|
|1910 - 1911||Several small sites, recording many decorated Ramesside temple blocks and the foundations of a church that had been built from these blocks.||Petrie 1911: 2-24, pls. XXVII-XXXI (see the distribution list 1910/1911)|
|1912||No published account of excavations, but reference to finds, of which the most important is perhaps the quartzite statue of the high steward Amenhotep (reign of Amenhotep III) with its long biographical inscription||Petrie 1913: 32-36, pls. LXXVII-LXXX|
|1913||Digging a section of the great temple site of Ptah; excavations south of the temple of Ptah, foundations of Roman buildings. Petrie found a workshop for calcite vessels.||in Engelbach 1915: 32-34, pls. LII-LXII|
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