The Emma B. Andrews Diary Project

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Identifier

https://viaf.org/viaf/306114341

Biographical Text

Excavated at Kom el-Ahmar and other sites in Upper Egypt with Professor J. Garstang. Made many watercolors of antiquities for Lord Carnarvon, Theodore M. Davis, and others (some have been reproduced as color plates). Died while working in the Valley of the Kings in Theodore Davis's Dig House, and was buried at Luxor.

Birth Date

1877

Birthplace

Wales

Death Date

1911-3-10

Occupation

Artist and excavator

Bibliography

"Who Was Who in Egyptology," Warren R. Dawson and Eric P. Uphill, 1972, London: Egypt Exploration Society
"The Enduring Mystery of KV55" Nicholas Reeves, accessed Mary 29th 2015, (http://www.nicholasreeves.com/item.aspx?category=Events&id=260)
"FYI investigates the blue plaques of Carmarthen," FYICarmarthen, accessed May 29th 2015, http://carmarthen.fyinetwork.co.uk/my,16586-Blue-plaques-of-Carmarthen

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Jones_Harold

Abbreviated Biography

Artist and excavator who worked for Garstang and Davis.

Citation

Citation

“Jones, Harold,” The Emma B. Andrews Diary Project, accessed January 27, 2021, http://www.emmabandrews.org/project/items/show/1.

Relationships

Item Relations

This Item is mentioned in Item: January 21st 1905
This Item is mentioned in Item: Volume 12 1904-1905

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