Abusir XXII, The Tomb of Kaiemtjenenet (AS 38) and the surrounding structures (AS 57-60)
Description: hardback, 199 pp. (30x21cm), 35 col. plates, figs.
Condition: very good
Hana Vymazalová (with contributions by Katarína Arias Kytnarová, Jaromír Beneš, Aleš Bezděk, Helena Březinová, Adéla Pokorná, Zdeňka Sůvová, Hana Šuláková, Ladislav Varadzin, Pavla Zedníková Malá), Abusir XXII, The Tomb of Kaiemtjenenet (AS 38) and the surrounding structures (AS 57-60), Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Arts, Prague 2011
The volume is dedicated to several small tombs built of mud-bricks, which are located to the east of the mastaba of vizier Qar and west of the mastaba of Neferinpu in Abusir South. The tomb of Kaiemtjenenet dates to the late Fifth Dynasty, and both earlier and later structures were identified not only around it but also underneath. In addition, several Sixth Dynasty structures were constructed to the east and north-east of the tomb. The volume presents the archaeological report, including the analysis of the pottery finds, anthropological material, and organic finds.