Jaromir Malek:


Articles and brief communications


  • "Names of the estates of Senedjemib Inti (Giza tomb G 2370)". Göttinger Miszellen 13 (1974), 21-4. [1]
  • "Two monuments of the Tias". Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 60 (1974), 161-7, ills. [2]
  • "Istai, the overseer of hunters of the desert". Göttinger Miszellen 18 (1975), 29-32. [4]
  • "Two recent minor accessions of the Ashmolean Museum". Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 62 (1976), 148-51, ills. [5]
  • "The second stela of the high priest of Memphis Ptahemhet Ty (Amherst 213)". Göttinger Miszellen 22 (1976), 43-6. [6]
  • (with L. Bland) "Nemtywer, the beholder of the beauty of his lord (Ashmolean Mus. 1885.504)". Orientalia Lovaniensia Periodica 8 (1977), 119-23, ills. [7]
  • "A graffito of year 17 of Amenemhet II at el-Hôsh". Göttinger Miszellen 24 (1977), 51-2. [8]
  • "Shabtis of Pedamenope (Theb. tb. 33) in the Ashmolean and Fitzwilliam Museums". Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 63 (1977), 137-41, ills. [9]
  • "New ushebtis of the Third Intermediate Period in the Ashmolean Museum". Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 63 (1977), 180-1, ills. [10]
  • "Imset(I) and Hepy (H) canopic-jars of Neferseshem-psammethek". Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 64 (1978), 138-40, ills. [12]
  • "A new sculpture from Mgbt, the town of Mut". Göttinger Miszellen 29 (1978), 71-7, ills. [13]
  • "The statue of Sebkhotpe in the Fondation Martin Bodmer in Cologny: an additional note". Göttinger Miszellen 31 (1979), 75-6, ill. [14]
  • "An ointment-slab of Sekhemptah". Göttinger Miszellen 33 (1979), 35-40, ill. [16]
  • "Spt in Urk. iv, 23,9." Revue d'Egyptologie 30 (1978), 168-71, ills. [17]
  • (with H. Murray) "Theban tomb tracings made by Norman and Nina de Garis Davies". Göttinger Miszellen 37 (1980), 31-6, ills. [19]
  • "Princess Inti, the companion of Horus". Journal of the Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities (Toronto) 10 [3] (May 1980), 229-41, ills. [20]
  • "Chicago, Or. Inst. 8798, 3-4 and Cairo CG 34057, 12-13 (JEA 62, 59, 61-2, pls. XI, XIA)". Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 66 (1980), 168. [21]
  • "A shawabti of the draughtsman Pay of Deir el-Medina". Revue d'Egyptologie 31 (1979), 153-6, ills. [22]
  • "Good as new canopic jars". Chronique d'Egypte 55 (1980), 64-8, ill. [24]
  • "A non-existent epithet of Memphite Hathor". Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 67 (1981), 184-5, ill. [26]
  • "The private tombs of Thebes: the photographic survey by Sir Robert Mond 1914-1916". Göttinger Miszellen 50 (1981), 7-12, ills. [27]
  • "The provenance of several tomb-reliefs of the Old Kingdom". Studien zur altägyptischen Kultur 8 (1980), 201-6, ills. [28]
  • "The special features of the Saqqara king-list". Journal of the Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities (Toronto) 12 [1] (January 1982), 21-8, ills. [30]
  • "New reliefs and inscriptions from five old tombs at Giza and Saqqara". Bulletin de la Société d'Egyptologie de Genève 6 (1982), 47-67, ills. [31]
  • "Records in the Griffith Institute, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford". Göttinger Miszellen 57 (1982), 73-8. [32]
  • "The original version of the Royal Canon of Turin". Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 68 (1982), 93-106, ills. [33]
  • (with M. Smith) "Henry Salt's Egyptian copies and drawings". Göttinger Miszellen 64 (1983), 35-52, ills. [35]
  • (with D. Magee) "Additional Theban tomb documentation in the Griffith Institute, Oxford". Göttinger Miszellen 65 (1983), 57-62, ills. [38]
  • (with H. S. Smith and D. G. Jeffreys) "The Survey of Memphis, 1981". Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 69 (1983), 30-42, ills. [40]
  • "Who was the first to identify the Saqqara Serapeum?" Chronique d'Egypte 58 (1983), 65-72. [41]
  • "The date of the water-cisterns discovered along the desert crossing from Korosko to Abu Hamed in 1963". Göttinger Miszellen 83 (1984), 47-50. [43]
  • "The survey of Memphis, 1982". Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 70 (1984), 23-32, ills. [44]
  • (with H. S. Smith and D. G. Jeffreys) "Archaeological survey of Mitrahina (1981) - Kom Rabi'a and Kom Fakhri". Annales du Service des Antiquités d'Egypte 69 (1983), 87-94, ills. [45]
  • (with D. N. E. Magee) "A group of coffins found at Northern Saqqara". Bulletin de la Société d'Egyptologie de Genève 9-10 (1984-5), 165-89, ills. [48]
  • "The tomb-chapel of Hekamaetre-neheh at Northern Saqqara". Studien zur altägyptischen Kultur 12 (1985), 43-60, ills. [50]
  • "Paiuenamun, Sambehdet, and Howard Carter's survey of Tell el-Balamun in 1913". Revue d'Egyptologie 36 (1985), 181-5, ills. [51]
  • (with E. Miles) "Nineteenth-century 'studio photographs' of Egypt in the collection of the Griffith Institute, Oxford". Varia Aegyptiaca 2 (1986), 121-6. [53]
  • "El-Ma'sara and Masarra". Orientalia Lovaniensia Periodica 17 (1986), 5-16, ills. [54]
  • (with D. G. Jeffreys and H. S. Smith) "Memphis 1984". Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 72 (1986), 1-14, ills. [55]
  • "The monuments recorded by Alice Lieder in the 'Temple of Vulcan' at Memphis in May 1853". Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 72 (1986), 101-12, ills. [56]
  • (with D. G. Jeffreys and H. S. Smith) "Memphis 1985". Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 73 (1987), 11-20, ills. [57]
  • "Two walking-sticks with texts mentioning Memphis". Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 73 (1987), 216-18, ills. [58]
  • "The Saqqara statue of Ptahmose, mayor of the Memphite suburbs". Revue d'Egyptologie 38 (1987), 117-37, ills. [60]
  • "The 'altar' in the pillared court of Teti's pyramid-temple at Saqqara". In: J. Baines et al. (eds.), Pyramid Studies and Other Essays Presented to I. E. S. Edwards. London: Egypt Exploration Society. Pp. 23-34, ills. [62]
  • (with D. G. Jeffreys) "Memphis 1986, 1987". Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 74 (1988), 15-29, ills. (repr. in Memphis State University. Institute of Egyptian Art and Archaeology. Newsletter (1988), 5-9 and 10 pls. [64]
  • "The royal butler Hori at Northern Saqqara". Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 74 (1988), 125-36, ills. [65]
  • "Merib-ptah Psamtek-meryptah (Surnom no. 39)". Journal of Egyptian Archaelogy 74 (1988), 235-6, ill. [66]
  • (with D. N. E. Magee) "Nubian and Meroitic material in the archives of the Griffith Institute, Oxford". Beiträge zur Sudanforschung 3 (1988), 49-55. [67]
  • "New Kingdom personnel in Teti Pyramid Cemeteries III: a preliminary list". The New Kingdom Memphis Newsleter 2 (September 1989), 4-7. [71]
  • "An early Eighteenth Dynasty monument of Sipair from Saqqara". Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 75 (1989), 61-76, ills. [72]
  • (with E. Miles) "Early squeezes made in the tomb of Khaemhet (TT 57)". Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 75 (1989), 61-76, ills. [73]
  • "Memphis, 1989". Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 76 (1990), 1-15, ills. [79]
  • "New-Kingdom pyramidia". Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 76 (1990), 180-4, ills. [80]
  • "A stela of the draughtsman Pashed I of Deir el-Medina". Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 77 (1991), 176-80, ill. [87]
  • "Trumpets and kohl-tubes". Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 77 (1991), 185-6, ills. [88]
  • (with D. N. E. Magee) "Squeezes in Grantham Museum made by Alice Lieder in 1851-2". Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 77 (1991), 195-7, ill. [89]
  • "A meeting of the old and new. Saqqara during the New Kingdom". In: A. B. Lloyd (ed.), Studies in Pharaonic Religion and Society in Honour of J. Gwyn Griffiths. London: Egypt Exploration Society. 1992. Pp. 57-76, ills. [92]
  • "Memphis, 1991: Epigraphy". Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 78 (199), 13-18, ills. [93]
  • "King Merykare and his pyramid". In: Berger, C. et al. (eds.), Hommages à Jean Leclant vol. 4. Cairo: IFAO. 1994. Pp. 203-14. [104]
  • "The archivist as a researcher". In: J. Assmann et al. Thebanische Beamtennekropolen. Heidelberg: Heidelberger Orientverlag. 1995. Pp. 43-5. [108]
  • H. Carter (transcribed by S. McKay, E. Miles, D. Magee and J. Malek), "Personal diaries of the first excavation season in the tomb of Tutankhamun, 1922-3". Discussions in Egyptology 32 (1995), 9-36.  [110]
  • "Epigraphic report". In: "Fieldwork, 1994-5. Memphis, 1994". Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 81 (1995), 5-6, ills. [114]
  • "The Egyptian text on the seal impression from Alalakh (Tell Atchana)". Levant xxviii (1996), 173-6, ills. [116]
  • "The papers of Jacques Jean Clère in the archive of the Griffith Institute". Göttinger Miszellen 154 (1996), 65-7. [117]
  • "The 'coregency relief' of Akhenaten and Smenkhkare from Memphis". In: Manuelian, P. Der (ed.), Studies in Honor of William Kelly Simpson. Boston: Museum of Fine Arts. 1996. Pp. 553-9. [120]
  • "The locusts on the daggers of Ahmose". In: Goring, E. et al. (eds.), Chief of Seers. Egyptian Studies in memory of Cyril Aldred. London and New York: Kegan Paul International and Edinburgh: National Museum of Scotland. 1997. Pp. 207-19. [121]
  • "La division de l'histoire d'Egypte et l'égyptologie moderne". Bulletin de la Société française d'Egyptologie 138 (1997), 6-17. [124]
  • "The temples at Memphis. Problems highlighted by the EES survey". In: Quirke, S. (ed.), The Temple in Ancient Egypt. New Discoveries and Recent Research. London: British Museum Press. 1997. Pp. 90-101. [125]
  • "Life and achievements of Czech Egyptologist Jaroslav Cerný (1898-1970)". Archív orientální 66 (1998), 27-30. [126]
  • Old Kingdom rulers as 'local saints' in the Memphite area during the Middle Kingdom". In: Bárta, M. and Krejcí, J. (eds.), Abusir and Saqqara in the Year 2000 (Prague, Archiv orientální, Supplementa ix, 2000), 241-58, ills. [144]
  • "A handsome gift for the Apis". In: J. J. Ayán and J. Ma. Córdoba (eds.), Sa tudu idu. Homenaje al Prof. Angel R. Garrido Herrero (= Isimu 2, 1999), 401-10, ills. [147]
  • "A lioness at peace: two aspects of the goddess Bastet". In: Boletín de la Asociación española de egiptología 11 (2001), 141-8. [150]
  • "We have the tombs. Who needs the archives?" In: N. Strudwick and J. H. Taylor (eds.), The Theban Necropolis. Past, Present and Future, London: The British Museum Press, 2003, ISBN 0-7141-2247-5, pp. 229-43, ills. [161]
  • (with Elizabeth Fleming and Alison Hobby) "Two destroyed scenes in the burial chamber of the Tombeau des Vignes (TT 96)". In: Discussions in Egyptology 62 (2005), 49-54. [166] 
  • "Jaroslav Černý, the Egyptologist". In: Jiřina Růžová, The Scribe of the Place of Truth. The Life of the Egyptologist Jaroslav Černý (Prague: Libri a pro.libri, 2010), 268-71. [181]
  • "Jaroslav Černý (1898-1970)". In: Predrag Bukovec (ed.), Christlicher Orient im Porträt - Wissenschaftsgeschichte des Christlichen Orients 2, Hamburg, Verlag Dr. Kovač (2014), 795-802. [195]