Author:Thomas Joseph Pettigrew
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|sometimes known as "Mummy" Pettigrew; a surgeon and antiquarian who became an expert on Ancient Egyptian mummies. He became well known in London social circles for his private parties in which he unrolled and autopsied mummies for the entertainment of his guests.|
- Dale, Robert (1834), Descriptive account of the panoramic view, &c. of King George's Sound, and the adjacent country
- Pettigrew, T. J. (1834) History of Egyptian Mummies
- described as "the historic cornerstone of the study in English"
Works about Pettigrew
- “Pettigrew, Thomas Joseph,” in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (1885-1900) in 63 vols.
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