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Some aspects of the archaeology of the Theban necropolis in the Ptolemaic and Roman periods
STRUDWICK, Nigel ; TAYLOR, John H.
The Theban Necropolis. Past, Present and Future
The British Museum Press; The Trustees of the British Museum, Londres | London, 2003, p. 167-188
Overview of published evidence for post-Dynastic (Ptolemaic, Roman and ‘late’) remains in the Thebaid. Includes references to published wooden finds: wooden coffins excavated by Carter and Carnarvon in Assasif (1907-1911); possibly Roman, but could be Ptolemaic (no further description) (p.173); Roman mummy portraits and plaque with Hieratic inscription of Roman date (TT196) as well as fragments of plain ‘qsrw’ type of coffins from the tomb of Ankhhor, both from German excavations in Assasif (1969-1971) (p. 174); reused wooden coffins and mummy mask in a Roman brick tomb in Medinet Habu, excavated by Hölscher (published in 1954) (p. 178); mummy portraits from the Valley of the Queens (Lecuyot 1992) (p. 178).
|Egypte Egypt||Thèbes ouest West Thebes||Vallée des Reines Valley of the Queens||consommation|
|Thèbes ouest West Thebes||Assasif||consommation|
|Thèbes ouest West Thebes||Medinet Habu||consommation|
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