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  • publication . Article . 2020
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    Authors:
    Christian Knoblauch;
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    Publisher: SAGE Publications
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  • publication . Article . 2020
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    Authors:
    Christina Karlshausen; Thierry De Putter;
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    <jats:p> This paper reviews the monuments built in the Theban area during the reigns of Hatshepsut and Thutmosis III, and their stone materials. This period witnessed a shift from limestone to sandstone in the second part of the Hatshepsut coregency with Thutmosis III, ...

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  • publication . Article . 2020
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    Authors:
    Aidan Dodson;
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  • publication . Article . 2020
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    Authors:
    Laurie Rouvière;
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    Publisher: HAL CCSD

    <jats:p> This article is the publication of the sarcophagus lid British Museum EA 1640 belonging to the nb-nḫt ( nebnakht) Iahirdis. The present study focuses in particular on the dating and origin of this object, as well as on the priestly titles held by its owner and ...

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  • publication . Article . 2020
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    Authors:
    Harco Willems;
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    Publisher: Egypt Exploration Society

    The colophon of BD supplementary chapter 166 states that the text had been found at the neck of Ramses II’s mummy. Dahms, Pehal, and Willems had argued in JEA 100 (2014) that the original document had not formed part of the original tomb equipment of Ramses II, but had ...

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  • publication . Article . 2020
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    Authors:
    Corinna Rossi;
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    Publisher: SAGE Publications
    Project: EC | L.I.F.E. (681673)

    <jats:p> This article discusses the meaning and function of the act of measuring ancient Egyptian architecture in the present-day context, in which the advent of digital culture has allowed the accumulation of extremely precise and accurate data. Our expectations on our...

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  • publication . Article . 2020
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    Authors:
    Rune Olsen;
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    <jats:p> When constructing the rock-cut tombs in the Theban necropolis, the ancient Egyptian builders kept track of the progress by recording the amount of rock that was excavated. This is clear from Eighteenth Dynasty ostraca from the tomb chapel of Senenmut, TT 71, wh...

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  • publication . Article . 2020
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    Authors:
    Rennan Lemos;
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    <jats:p> A gypsum plaster relief fragment from the Amarna Royal Tomb is currently kept at the Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology of the University of São Paulo, Brazil. The fragment consists of an addition to the corpus of relief fragments from the Royal Tomb compiled ...

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  • publication . Article . 2020
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    Authors:
    Sanda S. Heinz; Elsbeth M. van der Wilt;
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    <jats:p> In this article, we take a closer look at the process and contents of caching in the Sacred Animal Necropolis at North Saqqara. Most of the contents of the approximately 68 caches are unpublished, but we are using the information preserved in the excavation arc...

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  • publication . Article . 2020
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    Authors:
    Elizabeth Frood; Christelle Alvarez;
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    <jats:p> This article is the publication of Ashmolean Museum AN 1888.561, a small, damaged limestone object carved with images of deities and texts relating to the Nineteenth Dynasty high priest of Onuris, Minmose. These features, as well as the object’s distinctive for...

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