Life and Death in Ancient Egypt: Scenes from Private Tombs in New Kingdom Thebes

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Cornell University Press, 2000 - 329 pagina's
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This stunning volume is a rarity among Ancient Egyptian art books in being devoted not to remains of royalty but to the tombs of private people--it is the first book in English on this subject.Sigrid Hodel-Hoenes leads us on an expedition to the cemetery used by the officials of New Kingdom Egypt on the eastern flanks of the Western mountain across from Thebes, between the Valley of the Kings and the Valley of the Queens. She examines the contents of eleven tombs belonging to civil servants, the private people of this ancient city. (All of these tombs are currently accessible to the public in a vast open-air museum.) Lavishly illustrated, with many color photographs and a selection of line drawings, the book provides details of the location, layout, structure, and decoration of the tombs. Hodel-Hoenes addresses such subjects as the two-dimensional art of New Kingdom Thebes, the contents of the tombs, the pigments used in the artists' paints, and the symbolism of the colors and the scenes depicted in the tomb paintings and reliefs A generous bibliography facilitates further exploration of the tombs and their meaning.

 

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Inhoudsopgave

Nakht TT 52
27
Ramose TT 55
42
Userhat TT 56
65
Menna TT 69
85
Sennefer TT 96
112
Rekhmire TT 100
140
Neferhotep TT 49
179
Kheruef TT 192
203
Samut TT 409
227
Deir elMedineh
241
Inherkha TT 359
266
Abbreviations
291
Selected Bibliography
315
Copyright

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Over de auteur (2000)

Sigrid Hodel-Hoenes is a Lecturer in Egyptology and Islamics at the University of St. Gall, Switzerland. She is the author of many works, including a book on the Egyptian goddess Sachmet. Hodel-Hoenes has been a frequent guest lecturer on tours to Egypt for more than three decades. David Warburton is an Egyptologist and Near Eastern Archaeologist who has taught Egyptian and Near Eastern Archaeology at universities in Switzerland, Denmark, and China.

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