- Letters from Egypt and Iraq, 1954. Margaret Bell Cameron. Originally published in 2001.
- Signs and Wonders upon Pharaoh: A History of American Egyptology. John A. Wilson. Originally published in 1964.
- OIC 18. Work in Western Thebes, 1931-33. By Harold H. Nelson and Uvo Hölscher with a Chapter by Siegfried Schott. Originally published in 1934.
- OIC 15. Excavations at Ancient Thebes, 1930/31. By Uvo Hölscher. Originally published in 1932.
- OIC 10. Medinet Habu Reports – Third Preliminary Report.
Part 1. The Epigraphic Survey, 1992-31. By Harold H. Nelson
Part 2. The Architectural Survey, 1929/30. By Uvo Hölscher
Originally published in 1931.
- OIC 7. Medinet Habu 1928-29.
Part 1: The Architectural Survey. By Uvo Hölscher
Part 2: The Language of the Historical Texts Commemorating Ramses III. By John A. Wilson
Originally published in 1930.
- OIP 67. The Egyptian Coffin Texts, Volume 4: Texts of Spells 268-354. By Adriaan De Buck. Originally published in 1951.
- SAOC 19. The Coregency of Ramses II with Seti I and the Date of the Great Hypostyle Hall at Karnak. By Keith C. Seele. Originally published in 1940.
- SAOC 16. The Monasteries of the Fayyum. By Nabia Abbott. Originally published in 1937.
- SAOC 12. Historical Records of Ramses III: The Texts in Medinet Habu Volumes 1 and 2. Translated With Explanatory Notes. By William F. Edgerton and John A. Wilson. Originally published in 1936.
- SAOC 8. The Thutmosid Succession. By William F. Edgerton. Originally published in 1933.
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