WEFOUNDCatalogue of the Collection of Etchings, Engravings and Drawings, by and After Old Masters, the Property of the Earl of Aylesford: Containing the ... of Lucas Van Leyden, andC., Fine Drawings B


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Archaeological finds made in late 19th and early 20th century excavations at the site of Naukratis that today are dispersed in museums worldwide.

Surviving papyri from a 13th Dynasty tomb at Luxor later covered by the funerary temple of Ramses II, known as the Ramesseum.

From Old French catalogue , from Late Latin catalogus , itself from Ancient Greek κατάλογος ( katálogos , “ an enrollment, a register, a list, catalogue ” ) , from καταλέγω ( katalégō , “ to recount, to tell at length or in order, to make a list ” ) , from κατά ( katá , “ downwards, towards ” ) + λέγω ( légō , “ to gather, to pick up, to choose for oneself, to pick out, to count ” ) .

catalogue ( third-person singular simple present catalogues , present participle cataloguing , simple past and past participle catalogued )

From Late Latin catalogus , itself from Ancient Greek κατάλογος ( katálogos , “ an enrollment, a register, a list, catalogue ” ) , from καταλέγω ( katalégō , “ to recount, to tell at length or in order, to make a list ” ) , from κατά ( katá , “ downwards, towards ” ) + λέγω ( légō , “ to gather, to pick up, to choose for oneself, to pick out, to count ” ) .

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Archaeological finds made in late 19th and early 20th century excavations at the site of Naukratis that today are dispersed in museums worldwide.

Surviving papyri from a 13th Dynasty tomb at Luxor later covered by the funerary temple of Ramses II, known as the Ramesseum.

From Old French catalogue , from Late Latin catalogus , itself from Ancient Greek κατάλογος ( katálogos , “ an enrollment, a register, a list, catalogue ” ) , from καταλέγω ( katalégō , “ to recount, to tell at length or in order, to make a list ” ) , from κατά ( katá , “ downwards, towards ” ) + λέγω ( légō , “ to gather, to pick up, to choose for oneself, to pick out, to count ” ) .

catalogue ( third-person singular simple present catalogues , present participle cataloguing , simple past and past participle catalogued )

From Late Latin catalogus , itself from Ancient Greek κατάλογος ( katálogos , “ an enrollment, a register, a list, catalogue ” ) , from καταλέγω ( katalégō , “ to recount, to tell at length or in order, to make a list ” ) , from κατά ( katá , “ downwards, towards ” ) + λέγω ( légō , “ to gather, to pick up, to choose for oneself, to pick out, to count ” ) .

catalogue 1460, from L.L. catalogus, from Gk. katalogos "a list, register," from kata "down, completely" + legein "to say, count" (see lecture). The verb is first attested 1598.

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Archaeological finds made in late 19th and early 20th century excavations at the site of Naukratis that today are dispersed in museums worldwide.

Surviving papyri from a 13th Dynasty tomb at Luxor later covered by the funerary temple of Ramses II, known as the Ramesseum.


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