According to Petrie, who had to rescue the site, “No plans were kept, there was no record of where things were found.”
Narkom, Hammond, and Petrie were at his side before he had finished speaking.
But Master Petrie repented, a day out, that he had been so hardy.
I could have told you this morning, but I fear I was in a bad temper, Petrie.
Messrs. Amlineau and Petrie have found the secondary tombs and have identified the names of the following primeval kings of Egypt.
To Prof. Petrie belongs the credit of determining the characteristics of these various strata, and fixing their approximate age.
Petrie and Hammond will have it they are at the bottom of these cases.
Mr. Petrie supposes it to have been not more than twenty-five feet broad.
The famous Petrie collection of Irish Folk-tunes should also be consulted.
This hymn, discovered by Petrie in 1896, is famous as the only writing outside the Bible that mentions Israel by name.