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書名 The tomb of Pharaoh's Chancellor Senneferi at Thebes (TT99) / edited by Nigel Strudwick ; with contributions by Helen Strudwick [and 7 others] ; and appendices by Julie Dawson and Bridget Leach
出版項 Oxford : Oxbow Books, 2016-
國際標準書號 9781785703317 (volume 1)
1785703315 (volume 1)
book jacket
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 傅斯年圖書館西文巨冊書  WX DT73.D45 T656 2016  v.1    在架上    30530001275171
說明 2 volumes : illustrations (some color), maps, plans ; 29 cm
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附註 Includes bibliographical references (pages xvi-xxviii) and indexes
Volume I. The New Kingdom. Introduction / Nigel Strudwick -- Senneferi, his family and related monuments / Nigel Strudwick -- The geological and geographical setting of TT99 / Helen Strudwick and Trevor F. Emmett -- The tomb, its architecture and history / Helen Strudwick and Nigel Strudwick -- The decoration of the chapel / Nigel Strudwick -- The decorative programme, painting styles and colors / Nigel Strudwick -- Papyri und Leichentuch aus Shaft I / Irmtraut Munro -- The coffins from shaft I / John H. Taylor -- The ceramics from shaft I / Pamela Rose -- The hieratic jar labels / B. Bohleke -- Small finds from shaft I and an overview pf tje burial assemblage of Senneferi / Nigel Strudwick -- The ceramics from shaft H / Pamela Rose -- The human and animal remains from shafts I and H / Tony Waldron
"Senneferi was the chancellor of the king in Thebes (modern Luxor) in the reign of Thutmose III (c. 1430 BC). His large but badly damaged tomb lies in the hill of Sheikh Abdel Qurna on the West Bank at Luxor. This first of two volumes focuses on the use of the tomb complex during the New Kingdom, especially the 18th dynasty (c. 1550?1300 BC). It begins with an account of Senneferi himself, looking at his career, his family and other monuments made in his name as far apart as Gebel Silsila in southern Egypt and the Sinai peninsula. The central section deals with the development of the layout of the tomb during this period and its recent exploration, including a detailed reconstruction of its history from 1430 BC to the 20th century AD. The remaining chapters detail the decoration and finds from the excavations, including a painted statue of Senneferi's son-in-law and a unique set of implements from the Opening of the Mouth ritual, as well as possibly the largest ceramic assemblage yet known in a tomb of this date. This book presents the results of the detailed analysis of what at first sight appear to be unpromising finds and reveals new insights into burial practices at the height of the 18th dynasty."--back cover
English, 1 contribution in German; contains texts in hieroglyphic and hieratic Egyptian
Lib. has: v. 1. FSN
主題 Tombs -- Egypt -- Deir el-Bahri Site
Grave goods -- Egypt -- Deir el-Bahri Site
Excavations (Archaeology) -- Egypt -- Deir el-Bahri Site
Deir el-Bahri Site (Egypt) -- Antiquities
Egypt -- Officials and employees -- Tombs
Alt Author Strudwick, Nigel, editor
Strudwick, Helen, author
Dawson, Julie (Conservator), writer of added text
Leach, Bridget, writer of added text
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