Gweithiau Yr Athro J. Gwyn Griffiths a Dr Kate Bosse Griffiths ym maes llenyddiaeth, Eifftoleg a'r Clasuron
The works of Professor J. Gwyn Griffiths and Dr Kate Bosse Griffiths in the fields of Egyptology, Classical Studies and literature
Die ägyptologischen, klassischen und litarischen Werke von Herr Professor J. Gwyn Griffiths und Dr Kate Bosse Griffiths

Prof J. Gwyn Griffiths:

Llyfryddiaeth / Bibliography / Bibliographie   --1--

This bibliography (to 1991) has been compiled from materials kindly provided by Dr David Dixon and Professor J. Gwyn Griffiths himself. Abbreviations are those used in the Annual Aegyptological Bibliography and L’Année philologique and are listed at the end of the bibliography.


‘Cyfieithiad o Somnium Statius’, Y Llenor 13, 193.


Review. Léon Heuzey and Jacques Heuzey, Histoire du costume dans l’antiquité classique: L’Orient. JEA 22, 221‑2.


‘Cloddio yn Sesebi, dinas Achenaten Frenin’ (Digging in Sesebi, a city of King Akhenaten). Seren Gomer 29, 178‑ 81; 227‑32.

‘O’r Flodeugerdd Roeg, Dionysios Soffydd (Anth.v.81)’. Heddiw, 3 (3) (Hydref),104.


‘The Use of Plates and Saucers to Decorate Houses in Lower Nubia and Upper Egypt, with a Commentary by Ibrahim Ahmed Ibrahim’. Sudan Notes and Records 21, 217‑20.

‘A Protection against the Evil Eye in Lower Nubia and Upper Egypt’. Man 38,  68‑70 (No. 68).

‘Romans viii: 28’. Expository Times 49, 474‑6.

Review. J. Spiegel, Die Erziihlung vom Streite des Horns and Seth in Pap. Beatty I  als Literaturwerk. JEA 24, 255‑6.


‘P. Oslo. I, 105‑9 and Metternich Stela, 85‑86’. JEA 25, 101.

‘A Modern Egyptian Fertility Rite’. Man 39, 183 (No. 181).


A. de Buck, The Egyptian Coffin Texts, II. JEA 25, 115‑6.

W. R. Dawson, Sir Grafton Elliott Smith. Ibid. 115.

A. W. Shorter, Catalogue of Egyptian Religious Papyri in the British Museum. Ibid.


G. A. Wainwright, The Sky Religion in Egypt. Ibid. 225‑6.

W. Wolf, Wesen and Wert der Ägyptologie. Ibid. 131‑2.


‘lI Thessalonians ii, 4’, ET 52, 38.


‘Swyn i atal serch’, Heddiu, 6, 177‑8.


‘Romans iii:3’, ET 53, 118.


‘The Inverted Use of Imy’, JEA 28, 66‑67.

‘A Song from Philostratos’, Greece and Rome, 11, 135‑6.


G. D. Hornblower, ‘Osiris and His Rites’, JEA 28, 70‑71.


Anarchistiaeth. (Anarchism) Pamphlet. Denbigh.


Yr Efengyl Dywyll. (The Obscure Gospel) Verse. Aberystwyth.

The Golden Calf’. Expository Times 56, 110‑11.

 ‘Did Jesus Speak Aramaic?’ Ibid. 327‑8.

‘Chweched Odysseia Homer’. (Tr. of the Sixth Book of the Odyssey) Y Traethodydd 14, 23‑30.

‘Horace, Odes, I. 28. 7‑9’. CR 59, 44-45.

‘The Study of “Folkliv”: its Name, Scope, and Method’. Man 45, 63‑66 (No. 39).

‘A Swastika from Ancient Egypt’. Ibid. 72 (No. 51).


Dyneiddiaeth mewn Byd Technolegol. (Humanism in a Technological World) Lecture. Cardiff.


Ten articles for a new edition of Chambers Encyclopaedia: Amon, Apis, Book of the Dead, Egyptian Religion, Isis, Min, Osiris, Serapis, Sun Cult, Thoth.

‘In Search of the Isles of the Blest’, Greece and Rome 16, 122-6


H. Idris Bell, Trwy Diroedd y Dwyrain. Y Fflam2, 58‑60.

D. Emrys Evans, Platon: Gorgias. Ibid. 4, 59‑61.


‘The “Death” of Tithonus’. CR 62, 11.

‘Diodorus Siculus and the Myth of Osiris’. Man 48, 83‑84 (No. 97).

‘Diwylliant Groeg yn yr Aifft’. (Greek Culture in Egypt) Review article on Sir H. Idris Bell, Egypt.from Alexander to the Arab Conquest. Y Llenor 28, 39‑43.

‘Human Sacrifices in Egypt: The Classical Evidence’. ASAE 48, 409‑23.

‘Saunders Lewis’. In Gwyr Llên (Men of Letters) ed. A. T. Davies, 121‑41. London.

‘Shelley’s “Ozymandias” and Diodorus Siculus’. Modern Language Review 43, 80‑84.

Review. S.A.B. Mercer, Horus, Royal God of Egypt. Liverpool Annals of Archaeology and Anthropology 28, 85‑7.


Y Patrwm Cydwladol. (The International Pattern) Liverpool.


basileus basilewn: Remarks on the History of a Title’. Abstract. Proceedings of the Classical Association 47, 31‑32.


‘Is Chalbes a Greek Name’?’ ASA E 51, 219‑20.

‘The Meaning of ° nd and nd‑hr’. JEA 37, 32‑37.

‘A Note on the Anarthrous Predicate in Hellenistic Greek’. Expository Times 62, 314‑6.

εντοσ υμων  (Luke xvii: 21)’. Ibid. 63, 30‑31.

Cymreigio’r Upsilon’. (Cymricizing the Upsilon) Y Llenor 30, 179‑80.


‘Herodotus and Aristotle on Egyptian Geometry’. CR n.s. 2, 10‑11.

‘Seats in the Early Roman Theatre’. Ibid. 72.


‘The Egyptian Derivation of the Name Moses’. JNES 12, 225‑31.

βασιλευσ βασιλεων:   Remarks on the History of a Title’. Class. Phil. 48, 145‑54.

Editor and contributor, Cerddi Cadwgan (Cadwgan Poems). Swansea.

‘Fyrsil a’r Meseia’. (Vergil and the Messiah) In Llafar ed. A.T. Davies, 124‑9. Aberystwyth.

A Parliament for Wales in Cardiff: Pamphlet. Cardiff.

‘A Saying of Leonardo’. TLS 17 April (Correspondence).


‘Y “Cursus” Lladin yn y Gymraeg a’r Saesneg’. (The Latin ‘Cursus’ in Welsh and English) Llên Cymru 3, 94‑97.

‘Gwleidyddiaeth Fyrsil’. (Vergil’s Politics) YTraethodydd 22, 127‑35.


V. E. Nash‑Williams, The Roman Frontier in Wales. Y Faner 11 August, 8.


‘Bilingualism among the Mahass’. Man 55, 154‑5 (No. 164).

‘The Costume and Insignia of the King in the Sed‑Festival’. JEA 41, 127‑8.

‘The Delphic E: A New Approach’. Hermes 83, 237‑45.

‘Leonardo and the Latin Poets’. Classica et Mediacvalia 16, 267‑76.

‘The Orders of Gods in Greece and Egypt’. JHS 75, 21‑23.

‘Three Notes on Herodotus, Book II. (1) Greek and Egyptian Writing; (2) The

Deserters on the Left of the King; (3) The Tools of the Pyramid‑builders’. ASA E 53, 139‑52.


J. Cerný, Ancient Egyptian Religion. JEA 41, 145.

Sir H. Idris Bell, Cults and Creeds in Graeco‑Roman Egypt. Ibid. 148‑9.


‘Archaeology and Hesiod’s Five Ages’. Journal of the History of Ideas 17, 109‑19.

‘Horace, Carmina, II. 20. 19‑20’. Class. Phil. 51,174.

‘Plutarch, Moralia, 351 F’. CR 6, 103.


‘The Vatican Excavations and the Tomb of St Peter’. Hibbert Journal 55, 140-49.

‘Further Notes on the Vatican Excavations’. Ibid. 285‑6.

‘Platon a Chrefydd ei Ddydd’. (Plato and the Religion of his Day). Efrydiuu Athronyddol 20, 1‑16.

‘Enwau Priodol Groeg a Lladin mewn Testunau Cymraeg’. (Greek and Latin Proper Names in Welsh Texts) [On behalf of the Committee of the Classical Section of the Welsh Guild of Graduates.] Ibid. 69‑71.


D. Emrys Evans, Plato, Y Wladwriaeth. Y Traethodydd 25, 45‑46.

‘Enwau Priodol Groeg a Lladin mewn Testunau Cymraeg’, Y Traethodydd (Ebrill). 90‑92 [Ad‑argraffwyd yn Aristoteles Barddoneg, Caerdydd 1978, Atodiad, 136‑7].


‘Did Hesiod Invent the “Golden Age”?’. Journal of the History of Ideas 19, 91‑93.

‘The Horus‑Seth Motif in the Daily Temple Liturgy’. Aegyptus 38, 3‑10.

‘The Interpretation of the Horus‑Myth of Edfu’. JEA 44, 75‑85.

‘The Logos‑doctrine in the Writings of Valentinus’. Discussion Note. Acta Congressus Madvigiani, I. 234. Copenhagen.

‘Remarks on the Mythology of the Eyes of Horns’. CdE 33, 182‑93.

‘The Tekenu, the Nubians, and the Butic Burial’. Kush 6, 106‑20.


E. O. James, Prehistoric Religion. JEA 44, 124‑6.

Louis‑A. Christophe, Temple d’Amon à Karnak. Les Divinités des colonnes de la grande salle hypostyle et leurs épithètes. Ibid. 126‑7.


‘Editorial Foreword’. JEA 58 (for Rosalind Moss), 1‑4.

‘The Symbolism of Red in Egyptian Religion’. Ex Orbe Religionum. Studia Geo Widengren Oblata, I (= Numen Suppl. 21), 81‑90.

‘Myth’. Review‑article on G. S. Kirk, Myth: Its Meaning and Functions in Ancient and Other Cultures. CR 22, 235‑8.

‘Antécédents de la Triade Divine dans l’Égypte préhistorique’, Bolletino del Centro Camuno di Studi Preistorici, 9, 104‑5


E. A. S. Butterworth, The Tree at the Navel of the Earth. CR 22, 430‑31.

R. E. Witt, Isis in the Graeco‑Roman World. JEA 58, 331‑2.


‘Editorial Foreword’. JEA 59, 1‑4.

‘Diodorus Siculus 1. 22. 4 f. CR 23, 9.

‘Pennar Davies: More than a Poeta Doctus’. Triskel Two, 111‑27. Llandybïe.

‘The Isiac Jug from Southwark’. JEA 59, 233‑6.

‘Problemau Cyfeithu Barddoniaeth’. (Problems ofTranslating Poetry) Taliesin 27, 101‑7.

‘Triune Conceptions of Deity in Ancient Egypt’. ZÄS 100 (Gedenkschr. S. Morenz), 28‑32.

‘Zealot and Para‑Zealot’. New Testament Studies 19, 483‑5.

‘Ysgrif a Gladdodd Gylchgrawn’. (An Article that Buried a Journal) Y Traethodydd 128 (1973), 114‑17.


V. Nikiprowetzky, La troisiéme Sibylle. CR 23, 97‑98.

L. Vidman, Isis and Sarapis bei den Griechen and Römern. Ibid. 2l 7‑19.

G. Grimm, Die Zeugnisse ägyptischer Religion and Kunstelemente im römischen Deutschland. Ibid. 247‑9.

B. Postl, Die Bedeutung des Nil in der römischen Literatur. Ibid. 278‑9.

J. Spiegel, Der Auferstehungsritual der Unas‑Pyramide. JEA 59, 254‑5.

C. Crozier‑Brelot, Textes des Pyramides: Index des Citations. Ibid. 255.

W. K. Simpson, ed. The Literature of Ancient Egypt. Ibid. 255‑6.

J. F. Borghouts, The Magical Texts of Papyrus Leiden 1348. Ibid. 256‑7.

E. Naville, Das ägyptische Totenhuch der XVIII. bis XX. Dynastic. Ibid. 257 Ph. Derchain, Elkab, I.1bid. 257‑9.

J.‑C. Goyon, Rituels fúnéraires de Fancienne Égypte. Ibid. 259.


‘Editorial Foreword’. JEA 60 (for R. O. Faulkner), 1‑1.

‘The Egyptian Antecedents of the Isidis Navigium’. Studia Aegyptiaca I (Déd. à V. Wessetzky), 129‑36. Budapest.


D. J. Crawford, Kerkeosiris: An Egyptian Village in the Ptolemaic Period. CR 24, 249‑51.

W. K. Simpson et al., The Literature of Ancient Egypt. 2nd Ed. JEA 60, 280‑81.

M. I. Moursi, Die Hohenpriester des Sonnengottes von der Frühzeit Ägyptens bis zum Ende des Neuen Reiches. Ibid. 281

S. Morenz, tr. Ann E. Keep, Egyptian Religion. Ibid. 281 2.

C. J. Bleeker, Hathor and Thoth. Ibid. 282.

Ph. Derchain, Hathor Quadrifrons. Ibid. 282‑4.

V. F. Vanderlip. The Four Greek Hymns of Isidorus and the Cult of Isis. Ibid. 284‑5.


The Divine Tribunal. Inaugural Lecture. 1974. Swansea.

‘Editorial Foreword’. JEA 61, 1 ‑4.

‘The New Welsh Translation of the New Testament’. Expository Times 86, 371-2.

‘A possible anticipation of the Triad in Prehistoric Egypt’. Les Religions de la préhistoire (Valcamonica Symposium, 1972), 317‑22. Capo di Ponte.

‘Saunders Lewis fel Gwleidydd’. (Saunders Lewis as a Politician) In Saunders Lewis, ed. D. T. Lloyd and G. R. Hughes, 72‑95. Llandybïe.

‘Triune conceptions of deity in ancient Egypt’, in C. J. Bleeker, G. Widengren, and E. J. Sharpe (eds.), Proceedings of the XIIth International Congress of the International Association for the History of Religions, held at Stockholm, August 16‑22, 1970 [Studies in the History of’ Religions (Numen Supplements, 31)] (Leiden. E. J. Brill), 43‑4.


R. O. Faulkner, The Ancient Egyptian Coffin Texts. I. JEA 61, 292‑3.

L. H. Lesko, The Ancient Egyptian Book of Two Ways. Ibid. 293‑4.

A. Piankoff, The Wandering of the Soul. Ibid. 294.

W. Barta, Untersuchungen zum Götterkreis der Neunheit. Ibid. 294‑5.

F. Abitz, Die religiöse Bedeutung der sogenannten Grrabäuberschächte in den ägyptischen Königsgräbern der 18. his 20. Dynastie. Ibid. 295‑6.

E. Brunner‑Traut, Die Alten Ägypter. Ibid. 296.

F. Dunand, Le Culte d’Isis dans le bassin oriental de la Méditerranée. Ibid. 297.

W. Hornbostel, Sarapis. Ibid. 297.

G. J. F. Kater‑Sibbes, Preliminary Catalogue of Sarapis Monuments. Ibid. 297‑8.

V. Tran tam Tinh, Isis Lactans. Ibid. 298.

E. Lane, Corpus Monumentorum Religionis Dei Menis, I. CR 25, 160‑61.

O. Geudtner, Die Seelenlehre der chaldäischen Orakel. Ibid. 164‑5.

V. Tran tam Tinh, Le Culte des divinités orientales à Herculanum. Ibid. 165.

É. des Places, Oracles Chaldai’ques avec un choix de commentaires anciens. Ibid. 241‑­2.

A. Roullet, The Egyptian and Egyptianizing Monuments of Imperial Rome. Ibid. 292‑4.

J. R. Harris (ed.), The Legacy of Egypt. 2nd Ed. Ibid. 307‑8.

R. Fleischner, Artemis von Ephesos and verwandte Kultstatuen ans Anatolien and Syrien. JHS 95, 232‑3.

H. Waldmann, Die kommagenischen Kultreformen unter König Mithradates I. Kallinikos and seinem Sohne Antiochos I. Ibid. 233‑4.


Apuleius of Madauros, The Isis‑Book (Metamorphoses, Book XI). Edited with an Introduction, Translation and Commentary. EPRO 39. Leiden.

‘Editorial Foreword’. JEA 62, 1‑4.

‘Osiris and the Moon in Iconography’. Ibid. 153‑9.

‘A Refrain in the Texts of the Edfu Temple’. Ibid. 1986‑7.

Poems by N. Valaoritis, Y. Ritsos, T. Sinopoulos, M. Sahtouris, and Y. Kondos translated from Modern Greek into Welsh. Poetry Wales 11, 21‑28.

‘Editorial Foreword’. JEA 62, 1‑4.


C. Froidefond, Le Mirage égyptien dans la littérature grecque d’Homère à

Aristote. CR 26, 56‑57.

J. Rudhardt, Le Thème de l’eau primordiale dans la mythologic grecque Ibid. 82‑84.

K. Herbert, Greek and Latin Inscriptions in the Brooklyn Museum. Ibid. 109‑10.

A. Burton, Diodorus Siculus, Book I. A Commentary. Ibid. 122.

J. E. Stambaugh, Sarapis under the Early Ptolemies. Ibid. 122.

M. Malaise, Inventaire préliminaire des documents égyptiens découverts en Italie.

Id. Les Conditions de pénetration et de diffusion des cultes égyptiens en Italie. Ibid. 142‑3.

J. Leclant, Inventaire bibliographique des Isiaca. I. A‑D. Ibid. 143.

Id., Vols. I and I I (A ‑ D and E ‑ K). BiOr 33, 172.

H. Engelmann, The Delian Aretalogy of Sarapis. JHS 96, 216‑17.


‘Editorial Foreword’. JEA 63, 1‑4.

‘Xenophon of Ephesus and Isis’. In Erotica Antiqua ed. B. P. Reardon, 75 (résumé). Bangor.

‘Hakerfest’. LÄ 11, 930‑31.

‘Hesat(kuh)’. Ibid. 1170‑71.

‘Galba’s Commission relating to Temples (Tacitus, Agricola, 6. 5)’. Classical Quarterly 27, 106.

‘Hermes and the Marrow in a Love‑charm’. ZPE 26, 287‑8.


Yannis Ritsos (tr. N. Germanacos), Corridor and Stairs. Poetry Wales 12, 102‑5.

1. Weiler, Der Agon im Mythos. CR 27, 126‑7.

J. Campbell, The Masks of God. 1. Occidental Mythology. II. Creative Mythology. Ibid. 126‑7.

G. S. Kirk, The Nature of Greek Myths. Ibid. 126‑7.

F. Jesi, La vera terra. Ibid. 127‑8.

J. Leclant, Inventaire bibliographique des Isiaca. II. E‑K. Ibid. 294‑5.


Aristoteles: Barddoneg. Cyfieithiad gyda Rhagymadrodd a Nodiadau, (Aristotle: Poetics. A Translation with Introduction and Notes.) Cardiff, University of Wales.

‘Isis in the Metamorphoses of Apuleius’. In Aspects of Apuleius’ Golden Ass, ed. B.

L. Hijmans Jr. and R. Th. van der Paardt, 141‑66. Groningen.

‘Xenophon of Ephesus on Isis and Alexandria’. In Hommages à Maarten J. Vermaseren, I, 409‑37. Leiden.

‘Brunner‑Traut, Emma’. Enzyklopädie des Märchens, 11, 954‑6. Berlin.

‘Editorial Foreword’. JEA 64, 1‑4

‘Isis and “The Love of the Gods”’. Journal of Theological Studies n.s. 29, 147‑51.

‘Mithras or Attis? Remarks on a Caerleon Sculpture’. Bulletin o f the Board of Cc ltic Studies 27, 633‑7.

‘Rubens a’r Clasuron’. (Rubens and the Classics) Y Faner 15 Sept. 15‑17.


H. W. Fairman, The Triumph of Horus. OLZ 73, 448‑50.

J.‑C. Grenier, L’Autel funéraire isiaque de Fabia Stratonice. CdE 53, 391-2.

J. Quaegebeur, Le Dieu Égyptien Shaï dans la religion et l’onomastique. JEA 64, 178‑9.

H.‑B. Schönborn, Die Pastophoren im Kult der ägyptischen Götter. CR 28, 95‑96.

H. Altenmüller, Die Texte zum Begräbnisritual in den Pyramiden des alters Reiches. BiOr 35, 64‑65.
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‘A Note on P. Demot. Mag. Lond. et Leid. XIII. 2’. ZÄS 84, 156‑7.

‘East and West in Horace’. Class. Phil. 54, 257.

‘Remarks on the Horian Elements in the Royal Titulary’. ASAE 56, 63‑86.

‘Seth or Anubis?’. Journal of the Warburg & Courtauld Institutes 22, 367.

‘Some Remarks on the Enneads of Gods’, Orientalia 28, 34‑56


Maria Cramer, Das Christlich‑Koptische Ägypten Einst and Heute. Diwinyddiaeth 10, 55‑56.


The Conflict of Horns and Seth. From Egyptian and Classical Sources. A Study in Ancient Mythology. Liverpool Monographs in Archaeology and Oriental Studies, ed. H. W. Fairman. Liverpool.

‘The Flight of the Gods before Typhon: an unrecognised Myth’. Hermes 88, 374‑6.

‘Horace, Ars Poetica, 372‑3’. CR 10, 104.

‘Wisdom About Tomorrow’. Harvard Theological Review 53, 219‑21.


S. A. B. Mercer, Earliest Intellectual Man’s Idea of the Cosmos. JEA 46, 122‑3.

R. O. Faulkner, An Ancient Egyptian Book of Hours. Ibid. 123‑4


‘The Death of Cleopatra VII’. JEA 47, 113‑18.

Ffroenau’r Ddraig. (The Dragon’s Nostrils) Verse. Aberystwyth.

‘Afflatus Divinus’. Taliesin 2, 35‑43.


‘Plutarch’s Egyptian Sources in the De Iside et Osiride’. Acta, XXVth International Congress of Orientalists, Moscow, 101‑4.

Cerddi o’r Lladin. (Poems from the Latin) Editor and contributor. Cardiff, University of Wales.


W. Spoerri, Späthellenistische Berichte über Welt, Kultur and Götter. JHS 82, 182‑3.

Jan Zandee, Death as an Enemy according to Ancient Egyptian Conceptions. JEA

48, 168; also an extended notice in AEB for 1960, 268‑71, Leiden.


‘A Gift of the Nile’. Proceedings of the Classical Association 60, 25. Abstract.

‘Plutarch’s Egyptian Sources in his De Iside et Osiride’, CdE 38, 249‑50


Ph. Derchain, Rites ègyptiens. I. Le Sacrifice de l’oryx. JEA 49, 188‑9.

Georges Posener, De la divinitè du Pharaon. Ibid. 189‑92.

Dieter Müller, Ägypten and die griechischen Isis‑Aretalogien. Ibid. 196‑7.


‘An Appeal to Nut in a Papyrus of the Roman Era’. JEA 50, 182‑3.

‘Isis in Oxford’. CdE 39, 67‑71.

‘Siberian Links with Egypt?’. Antiquity 38, 222­

‘Was Damaris an Egyptian? (Acts 17: 34)’. Biblische Zeitschrift 19, 293‑5.


A. Barucq, L’Expression de la louange divine et de la prière dans la Bible et en Égypte. JEA 50, 189‑91.

J. Settgast, Untersuchungen zu altdgyptischen Bestattungsdarstellungen. Ibid. 192‑3.

Constant de Wit, Les Inscriptions du temple d’Opet à Karnak. II. Ibid. 196.


‘The Celestial Ladder and the Gate of Heaven (Gen. 28: 12 and 17)’. Expository Times 76, 229‑30.

‘The Death of Cleopatra VII: A Rejoinder and a Postscript’. JEA 51, 209‑1 I.

‘A Modern Welsh Anti‑Love Charm with Ancient Antecedents’. Anthropos 60, 108‑12.

‘Plato on Priests and Kings in Egypt’. ibid. 156‑7.

‘Quintilian XII. 10. 13’. Mnemosyne 18, 284‑5.

‘A Translation from the Egyptian by Eudoxus’. Classical Quarterly 15, 75‑78.

D. J. Williams, Abergivaun. Cyfrol Deyrnged. (A Tribute Volume) Editor and contributor. Llandysul.


H. Brunner, Die Geburt des Gottkönigs. JFA 51, 218‑19.

D. Arnold, Wandrelief and Raumfùnktion in ägyptischen Tempeln des Neuen Reiches. Ibid. 219‑21.

E. Otto, Gott and Mensch nach den 4gyptischen Tempelinschri en der griechisch‑römischen Zeit. Ibid. 221‑2.

R. Merkelbach, Isisfeste in griechisch‑römischer Zeit: Daten and Riten. CR 15, 79‑80; ZDMG 115, 348‑9.



The Origins of Osiris. Münchner Agyptologische Studien, ed. H. W. Müller and W. Westendorf, 9. Berlin.

Cefndir y Testament Newydd. Penodau ar y Byd Helenistaidd. (The Background of the New Testament. Chapters on the Hellenistic World.) Editor and contributor. Llandysul.

‘The Celestial Ladder and the Gate of Heaven in Egyptian Ritual’. Expository Times 78, 54‑55.

‘Ezra Pound and Propertius 2. 1. 24’. TLS 65, 939 (Oct. 13th).

‘Hecataeus and Herodotus on “A Gift of the River” ‘. JNFS 25, 57‑61.

‘The Influence of Pharaonic Egypt on Greek Civilization’. (Summary) Bulletin of the Faculty of Arts, Cairo University 28.


‘Allegory in Greece and Egypt’. JEA 53, 79‑102.

‘Lebensmüde 83’. Ibid. 157‑8.

Review. Ph. Derchain, Le Papyrus Salt 825 (B.M. 70051), rituel pour la conservation de la vie en Égypte. Ibid. 186‑8.



‘Luna and Ceres’. Class. Phil. 63, 143‑5.

‘The Relative nty with Generic Reference’. JEA 54 (for J. Cerný), 60‑66.


É. des Places, Jamblique: Les Mystères d’Égypte. CR 18, 52‑55.

A. Delatte and Ph. Derchain, Les intailles magiques gréco‑ègvptiennes. JHS 88, 241‑2.

Jan Zandee, An Ancient Egyptian Crossword Puzzle. BiOr 25, 174‑5.


‘The Tradition of Allegory in Egypt’. Chapter in Religions en Égypte hellènistiquc et romaine, ed. Ph. Derchain (Colloque de Strasbourg, 1967), 45‑57. Paris.

Cerddi Cairo. (Poems of Cairo) Talybont.

‘Astrology in the Papyri’. Review‑article on H. G. Gundel, Weltbild and Astrologie in den griechischen Zauberpapyri. CR 19, 358‑60.


Cyril G. Williams, Crefyddau’r Dvvyrain. (Religions of the East) Barn 82, 262‑3.

H. to Velde, Seth, God of Confusion. JEA 55, 226‑7.

P. Barguet, Le Livre des Morts des anciens Egyptiens. Ibid. 227‑8.

R. Stadelmann, Syrisch‑palästinensische Gottheiten in Ägypten. Ibid. 229‑30.

J.‑C. Goyon, Le Papyrus du Louvre N 3279. Ibid. 231‑2.

E. Brunner‑Traut, Altägyptische Tiergeschichte and Fabel. BiOr 26, 203.


Plutarch’s De Iside et Osiride. Edited with an Introduction, Translation and Commentary. Cardiff, University of Wales.

‘The Disciple’s Cross’. New Testament Studies 16, 358‑64.

‘Horus’. Man, Myth and Magic 48, 1359‑60.

‘ “The Pregnancy of Isis”: a comment’. JEA 56, 194‑5.

‘Tacitus, Hist. 5. 13. 2 and the Dead Sea Scrolls’. Rhein. Mus. 113, 363‑8.

I Ganol y Frwydr. Efrydiau Llenyddol. (To the Thick of the Fray. Literary Studies) Llandybïe.

Edited with an Introduction. D. J. Williams, Abergvvaun, Y Gaseg Ddu a Gweithiau Eraill. (The Black Mare and Other Works) Llandysul.


D. Pingree, Albumasaris, De Revolutionibus Nativitatum. CR 20, 402‑3.

T. C. Skeat, The Reigns of the Ptolemies. Ibid. 412.

L. V. Zabkar, A Study of the Ba Concept in Ancient Egyptian Texts. JEA 56, 227‑8.

E. Winter, Untersuchungen zu den ägyptischen Tempelreliefs der griechisch‑römischen Zeit. Ibid. 228‑30.

 Jan Bergman, Ich bin Isis. Ibid. 230‑31.


“Arepo” in the Magic “Sator” Square’. CR 21, 6‑8.

‘Editorial Foreword’. JEA 57, 1‑2.

‘The Religion of Ancient Egypt’. In Man and his Gods: Encylopedia of the World’s Religions, ed. G. Parrinder, 113‑23. Feltham.

‘Seth’. Man, Myth and Magic 90, 2533.


F. W. Cremer, Die Chaldäischen Orakel and Jamblich De Mysteriis. CR 21, 39‑41.

W. Gundel, Dekane and Dekansternbilder. Ibid. 306‑7.

R. O. Faulkner, The Ancient Egyptian Pyramid Texts. JEA 57, 210‑11.

R. Grieshammer, Das Jenseitsgericht in den Sargtexten. Ibid. 211.

A. M. Bakir, Egyptian Epistolography. Ibid. 228.

C. de Wit, Les Inscriptions du Temple d’Opet à Karnak, III. Ibid. 228‑9.

S. Sauneron, Le Temple d’Esna, III. Ibid. 229‑30.

E. A. E. Reymond, The Mythical Origin of the Egyptian Temple. Ibid. 230‑31.

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