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Samuel Birch
(1813–1885)
English Egyptologist and antiquary
Samuel Birch

WorksEdit

  • Analecta Sinensia, 1841.
  • Select Papyri in the Hieratic Character, 3 pts. fol. 1841-4.
  • Selections from the Gallery of Antiquities in the British Museum, with Joseph Bonomi and Francis Arundale (1842)
  • Tablets from the Collection of the Earl of Belmore, 1843.
  • Friends till Death (from Chinese), 1845.
  • "Gold Fibula, found at Odiham, Hampshire" in the Archaeological Journal volume 2, pages 46–47 (1846)
  • "Observations on a Bronze Figure of a Bull found in Cornwall" in the Archaeological Journal volume 7, pages 8–16 (1850)
  • An Introduction to the Study of the Egyptian Hieroglyphics, 1857.
  • History of Ancient Pottery, 2 vols. 1858. John Murray, London.
  • Memoire sur une Patere, 1858.
  • Select Papyri, pt, ii. 18 (50.
  • A Description of the Collection of Ancient Marbles in the British Museum Part 11 (1861)
  • ChineseWidow (from Chinese), 1862.
  • Elfin Foxes (from Chinese), 1863.
  • Papyrus of Nas-Khem, 1863.
  • Facsimiles of Egyptian Relics, 1863.
  • Facsimiles of two Papyri, 1863.
  • Inscriptions in the Himyaritic Character, 1863.
  • Egypt's Place in Universal History, 1867. (Vol. 5 - contributed the first extensive English translation of the Book of the Dead)
  • The Casket of Gems (from Chinese), 1872.
  • History of Egypt, 1875.
  • Facsimile of Papyrus of Rameses III, fol. 1876.
  • The Monumental History of Egypt, 1876.
  • Egyptian Texts, 1877.
  • Catalogue of Egyptian Antiquities at Alnwick Castle, 1880.
  • The Coffin of Amamu (unfinished).

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