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Räuber – Priester – Königskinder. Die Gräber KV 40 und KV 64 im Tal der Könige. Die beschrifteten Objekte der 18. Dynastie und die Keramik
Edited Book (Herausgeber eines eigenständigen Buches)
 
ID 4639065
Editor(s) Bickel, Susanne
Editor(s) at UniBasel Bickel, Susanne
Year 2021
Title Räuber – Priester – Königskinder. Die Gräber KV 40 und KV 64 im Tal der Könige. Die beschrifteten Objekte der 18. Dynastie und die Keramik
Publisher LIBRUM Publishers & Editors LLC
Place of publication Basel
ISSN/ISBN 978-3-906897-32-5
Series title Swiss Egyptological Studies
Volume 2.1
Keywords Egypt, Valley of the Kings, New Kingdom, funerary culture, royal family
Abstract The University of Basel Kings' Valley Project is investigating several undecorated tombs in the Valley of the Kings that were not intended for pharaohs. The two shaft tombs KV 40 and KV 64, which was only discovered in 2011 / 2012, have been particularly rewarding so far. Despite intensive looting of the tombs, a complex history of use and robbery can be reconstructed on the basis of the findings, ranging from the middle of the 18th Dynasty to the end of the Third Intermediate Period. In the present volume, all inscribed objects of the 18th Dynasty are presented: Wooden tablets, vessel inscriptions, seals and canopic jars as well as the pottery. The objects and their inscriptions provide a novel insight into the burial rituals and funerary equipment of members of the royal family and the female entourage of King Amenhotep III.
edoc-URL https://edoc.unibas.ch/84950/
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Digital Object Identifier DOI 10.19218/3906897325
 
   

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