NAVILLE, nA'vtq', EHou.uto HENRI (1S44—). A Swiss Egyptologist, born at Geneva, June 14, 1544. Ile studied at the university of Iris native city, King's College, London (1862), Bonn ( ), and at the des tres, Paris, receiving his degree in 1867. Dur ing his university career he paid much at tention to Egyptology, and in 1s68 he followed the courses of Lepsius at Berlin. The following year he %%eta to Egypt, and in 1ST() he published as the result of his investigations there his work, Tex f es la if s au m gate a' If or us lawn cif I is darts le tea( d'E'd f :eneva L21 tanic du my! i I appeared in 1175. and his inscrip tion It lorig ue de l' in off km was published at Paris in 1853. In 1874 Naville was com missioned by the London Congress of Orientalists to slit the text of the Egyptian of the Dead .Naville spent the next ten }'cars collect ing material in the libraries and museums of Europe. The results of his labors appeared in Das tigypl isehe Tod f raburh der S. Lis 20. D y
Jars 1881; one of the most important works in the history of Egyptology. Beginning, in ISS2, Naville usually spent his winters in Egypt con ducting investigations for the Egypt Exploration Fund, and his work in this direction produced most valuable results. In ISO] he became pro fessor of Egyptology in the l'itiversity of Oenevn. Among the most important of N ..ay...e's works,. addition to those already mentioned, are: The tore l'ff a of I horn 1111 Ron le the Exo dus, Egypt Exploration Fund Memoir i . 1~S5) 5 ; lash e- a and f he Shrine of Sa fl el Ii nrl•h.Egypt Exploration Fund Memoir iv. I 1517 ; The Fes /ley!! al lof Dsorkou l I ..Egy pt Exploration Final Nhanoir x. 1892) ; ihnns el th-d twit , Egypt Ex ploration Fund Memoir xi. t ISnl : /kir v/ Ha ha ri Egy pt Exploration Fund Memoirs xis., xiii., xiv.. xvi., xix. 118!1t 1901).