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Tombs of the third Egyptian dynasty at Reqâqnah and Bêt Khallâf

by Garstang, John

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Published by A. Constable in Westminster, [London] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Egypt -- Reqâqnah.,
  • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Egypt -- Bêt Khallâf.,
  • Tombs -- Egypt.,
  • Reqâqnah (Egypt).,
  • Bêt Khallâf (Egypt).

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby John Garstang.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDT56.9 G37 1904
    The Physical Object
    Pagination70 p., [34] leaves of plates (1 folded) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13523400M
    LC Control Number41003689

    The tombs published in this volume of the Abusir series have been excavated during several seasons at Abusir South. The eight tombs are located in the easternmost sector of Abusir South, on the slopes (tombs AS 20 and AS 33) and at the bottom (tombs AS , ) of a large but low hill, to the north of the so-called Wadi Abusiri. This volume is the collaborative effort of several Egyptological scholars from the United States, Canada, Egypt, and England; each contribution is a comprehensive investigation of a specific aspect of kingship in ancient Egypt and represents a particular area of expertise of that author. The first part of the book examines the nature of kingship and the role of the ruler.5/5(2).

      Image: The rediscovered leather manuscript has been compared to the Egyptian Book of the Dead (pictured). Book of the Dead papyrus of Pinedjem II, 21st dynasty, circa BC. Originally from the Deir el-Bahri royal cache. (Wikipedia) By April Holloway. Pharaoh's Daughter is a retelling of the childhood of Moses (whom Lester calls Mosis for reasons explained in the author's note.) In this version, Moses is the grandson of Ramses III (Ramesses) and he has an older sister, Almah, who is taken from his Hebrew (or Haribu) home along with him and becomes a special object of Pharaoh's affections/5.

    The Egyptian 1 st Dynasty royal cemetery, The Osiris-Re Conjunction with particular reference to the Book of the Dead, Tombs of the Third Dynasty at Reqâqnah and Bêt Khallâf. (). Tombs: an overview, (). Topographical Bibliography of Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphic Texts, Author: G.J. Tassie. -first of three periods of Egyptian history - old, middle and new kingdoms -old kingdom truly begins w first pharaoh of 4th dynast Sneferu ( BCE)-first golden age of Egyptian art and architecture, time when three pharaohs of 4th dynasty erected Great Pyramids at Gizeh, oldest of 7 .


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"Bet Khallaf mastaba K1".Digital Egypt for y: Egypt. At Sarawah they excavated tombs from the 19 th Dynasty and a necropolis which Garstang thought was used from the 6 th th Dynasties. References [ edit ] ^ a b c Garstang, John (), Tombs of the third Egyptian dynasty at Reqâqnah and Bêt Khallâf, London: ConstableCountry: Egypt.

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