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Bois travaillé du Ier au XVe sc.1st to 15th century worked wood

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RIGGS, Christina
The Egyptian funerary tradition at Thebes in the Roman Period
The Theban Necropolis. Past, Present and Future
The British Museum Press; The Trustees of the British Museum, Londres | London, 2003, p. 189-201

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Wooden finds discussed in illustration of the main theme of the article, that is, the Egyptian funerary tradition in Thebes in the Roman period: wooden mummy labels, written in Demotic or Greek, mentioned as one of the components of modest grave goods in Roman period (p. 190); rare fragmentary mummy portrait from the Tomb of Harwa in Assasif (TT37) (p. 190); wooden coffin of child burial from Qurna, inscribed in hieroglyphs with the name of Takhaubastet, from German excavations in Qurna (p. 190); wooden coffin painted with guardian deities from French excavations in QV 33 (Valley of the Queens) (M. Leblanc) (p. 191); fragmentary portrait panels from the Valley of the Queens (M. Leblanc) (p. 191); several dozen Greek mummy labels from 3rd-4th centuries AD, informing about the occupations of two individuals: ‘Horion, son of Plenis, shepherd” and “Hierax, wine-seller, 68 years old’ from Medinet Habu (U. Hölscher) (p. 191); wooden anthropoid coffin and “several painted wooden panels’ from the ‘Rhind’ tomb in Sheikh Abd-el Gurna, also another vaulted wood coffin, makeshift rollers made of the wood of New Kingdom coffins to put in place a stone sarcophagus, wooden canopy inscribed for Montsuef (died 9 BC) (p. 191-193, the canopy illustrated in drawing in Fig. 1); coffins from the Soter tomb (only the decoration discussed, p.193-195, Pls. 100-104); vaulted corner-post coffins from the Pebos family group (p. 195).

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