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Archaeology - Foreign -- Continued{underlined}: 

S. I. 100. The Fayum and Lake Moeris. 
                    By R. H. Brown.{underlined} 

S. I. 101. The Topography and Geology of the Fayum Province of 
Egypt. 
                    By H. J. L. Beadnell.{underlined} 

S. I. 102. Antiquites Egyptiennes. Tomb of Yuaa and Thuiu. 
                    By M. J. E. Quihell.{underlined}

S. I. 103. The Tomb of Hatshopsitu.
                    By Edouard Naville.{underlined}

S. I. 104. British School of Achaeology in Egypt. Hyksos and 
             Israelite Cities.
                    By W. M. F. Petrie.{underlined}

S. I. 105. Ten Years Digging in Egypt.
                    By W. M. F. Petrie.{underlined}

S. I. 106. British Museum, A Guide to the first and second Egyptian
             Rooms.

S. I. 107. British Museum, A Guide to the third and fourth Egyptian
             Rooms.

S. I. 108/110. Life and Work at the Great Pyramid. (in 3 vols.)
                     By G. Piazzi Smyth.{underlined}

S. I. 111. Egyptian Decorative Art.
                     By W. M. F. Petrie.{underlined}

S. I. 112/113. Primitive Art in Egypt. (in 2 vols.)
                     By Jean Capart.{underlined}

S. I. 114. Burlington Fine Arts Society. Catalogue of the Art of 
             Ancient Egypt.

S. I. 115. Metropolitan Museum of Art. A Handbook of the Egyptian
             Rooms.

S. I. 119. Sand-buried Ruins of Khotan.
                     By M. Aurel Stein.{underlined}

S. I. 120/121 Ruins of Desert Cathy. (in 2 vols.)
                     By M. Aurel Stein.{underlined}

S. I. 122/123. Ancient Khotan.
                     By M. Aurel Stein.{underlined}

S. I. 145/146. Part I and II. Excavations at Nippur--Babylon.
Expedition of the University of Pennsylvania.

S. I. 147/148. Volumes I and III. Archaologische Reise im Euphrat-und Tigris-Gebret.
                     By F. Sarre and E. Herzfeld.{underlined} 
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