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Sacred Landscape of Thebes during the Reign of Hatshepsut, Royal Construction Projects. Volume 2, Topographical Bibliography of the West Bank

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ISBN: 978-83-947582-4-0
Description: softcover, 420 pages (29,5x21 cm), drawings, plans
Condition: new
Weight: 1270g.


Jadwiga Iwaszczuk, Sacred Landscape of Thebes during the Reign of Hatshepsut. Royal Construction Projects, Volume 2, Topographical Bibliography of the West Bank, Travaux de l`Institut des Cultures Méditerranéennes et Orientales de l`Académie Polonaise des Sciences 3, Varsovie 2016


Introduction
Earlier temples functioning during the reign of Hatshepsut
Temple of Mentuhotep II – ȝḫ-swt
Artefacts found in the area of the temple of Mentuhotep II
Temples built in the times of Hatshepsut
Temple of Hatshepsut at Deir el-Bahari – Ḏsr-ḏsrw
Rock platform above the temple
Foundation
Building dipinti
Foundation deposits
Name stones
Valley temple
Enclosure wall
Temple building
Artefacts from the Valley temple
Processional alley
Walls
Bark station
Sandstone sphinxes
Trees
Lower Terrace
Trees in front of the main entrance
Lower Courtyard
Southern Lower Portico (Obelisks Portico)
Northern Lower Portico (Mythological Portico)
Lower Ramp
Middle Terrace
Middle Courtyard
Northern Colonnade
Southern Middle Portico (Punt Portico)
Northern Middle Portico (Birth Portico)
Hathor Shrine
Lower Anubis Shrine
Upper Ramp
Upper Terrace
Upper Portico (Coronation Portico)
Space north of the Upper Portico
Upper Courtyard
Main Sanctuary of Amun
Southern Room of Amun
Northern Room of Amun
Room with the Window
Complex of the Royal Cult
Solar Cult Complex
Upper Anubis Shrine
Artefacts from Ḏsr-ḏsrw
Statues
Blocks
Stelae
Ostraca
Pottery
Small finds
Temple of Thutmose I – Hnmt-ʿnḫ
Enclosure wall
Mud bricks
Main building
Outer wall
Hypostyle Hall
Offering chapel
Niches
Ceiling
Artefacts from the temple
Blocks
Statues
Artefacts in museums
Ḫʿ-ȝḫt temple
Foundation
Foundation deposit
Enclosure wall
Blocks in temples
Temple of Ramesses VI at Qurna
Small Ramesside temple at Qurna
Temple of Ramesses II (Ramesseum)
Columns
Blocks in museums
Artefacts connected with the Ḫʿ-ȝḫt temple
Temple of Thutmose III – Ḥnkt-ʿnḫ
Foundation
Foundation deposits
Enclosure wall
Stamped mud bricks
First pylon
Courtyard
Main building
Ramp
Façade
Sanctuary
Royal Cult Complex
Northern rooms (Sun Cult Complex?)
Side rooms
Economic and administrative area
Artefacts from the temple
Decorated blocks found in the area of Ḥnkt-ʿnḫ
Blocks in museums
Stelae
Statues
Ostraca
Temple of Thutmose II – Šspt-ʿnḫ
Foundation
Foundation deposit(?)
Enclosure wall
Courtyard
Colonnade
Walls
Gargoyle
Main building
Platform
Hypostyle Hall
Vestibule
Three narrow chapels
Two northern rooms
Artefacts from the temple
Blocks
Statues
Others
The temple at Medinet Habu – Ḏsr-st
Foundation
Foundation deposit
Enclosure walls
Thicker mud brick wall
Two thinner mud brick walls
Room L
Room N
Room O
Room P
Room Q
Artefacts from the Medinet Habu temple
Artefacts from temples of Hatshepsut/Thutmose III in West Thebes
Temple of Merenptah at Qurna
Tomb of Amun-em-ipet (TT 148)
Tomb of Djehuty-mes (TT 32)
Tomb of Amun-mes (TT 373)
Blocks in Theban tombs
Statues
Tombs of Hatshepsut
Tomb at Wadi Gabbanat el-Qurud
Sikket Taqet Zeid A1
Staircase A
Gallery B
Antechamber C
Gallery D
Burial chamber E
Passage F
Chamber G
Tomb KV 20
Entrance A
Artefacts found next to the entrance
Corridors B and C1
Artefacts found in corridor B
Chamber C1
Corridors D and C2
Chamber C2
Corridor D1
Chamber J1
Corridor G
Artefacts found in corridor G
Chamber J2
3 columns
Artefacts found in the corridor of chamber J2
Storage room J2a
Storage room J2b
Storage room J2c
Artefacts from the tomb
List of figures
References
Abbreviations
References
Archives
Indices
General index
Index of royal and private names
Index of divinities
Index of geographical names
Index of Egyptian words and phrases
Index of ritual scenes
Index of museum objects
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