Lythgoe, Albert Morton
Assisted Reisner on the Hearst Expedition at Naga' ed-Der (1899-1904) before joining the Metropolitan Museum of Art in 1906 where he remained as curator through 1929. He excavated at Lisht (1907), the Kharga Oasis (1908) and Luxor/Thebes (1910).
Egyptologist and archaeologist,Curator of Egyptian Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1906-29, Curator Emeritus, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1929-33
The Tomb of Perneb, 1916
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The Predynastic Cemetery, N7000: Naga-ed-Dêr, part IV
The Argive Heraeum, 1902
The early dynastic cemeteries of Naga-ed-Dêr, 1908
Statues of the goddess Sakhmet, 1930
The Treasure of Lahun, 1919
Mr. Morgan's visits to Egypt, 1909-13: extracts from the diary of Lucy T. Lythgoe, 1924
The Egyptian expedition 1923-1924, 1924
Lythgoe worked with Reisner and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. He was a curator from 1906-1929. He persuaded Emma Andrews to allow four copies of her diary to be typewritten.
“Lythgoe, Albert Morton,” The Emma B. Andrews Diary Project, accessed October 25, 2021, https://www.emmabandrews.org/project/items/show/9.