Amenemone the Chief Goldsmith: a New Kingdom tomb in the Teti Cemetery at Saqqara

Boyo Ockinga, Karin Sowada, Jacobus van Dijk, Mark Spigelman, Elizabeth Thompson, Helen Wilkins, Naguib Victor, Karl Jansen-Winkeln

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Abstract

Publication of burials and other material discovered during excavations of the New Kingdom tomb of the high official Amenemone at Saqqara, dating the the late 18th Dynasty. The contribution describes the stratigraphy, objects and pottery, offering an interpretation of the history and re-use of the site over a long chronological horizon.
LanguageEnglish
Place of PublicationOxford, England
PublisherAris and Phillips
ISBN (Print)0856688177
Publication statusPublished - 2004

Publication series

NameReports (Australian Centre for Egyptology)
PublisherAris and Phillips
Volume22

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Burial
Excavation
Stratigraphy
Dynasty
History
Cemetery
Pottery
Saqqara
New Kingdom
Tombs

Keywords

  • Egyptian antiquities
  • Egypt -- New Kingdom
  • Egyptian mummies
  • Egypt -- cemeteries
  • Material culture--Egypt
  • Ceramics
  • Funerary archaeology

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Ockinga, B., Sowada, K., van Dijk, J., Spigelman, M., Thompson, E., Wilkins, H., ... Jansen-Winkeln, K. (2004). Amenemone the Chief Goldsmith: a New Kingdom tomb in the Teti Cemetery at Saqqara. (Reports (Australian Centre for Egyptology); Vol. 22). Oxford, England: Aris and Phillips.
Ockinga, Boyo ; Sowada, Karin ; van Dijk, Jacobus ; Spigelman, Mark ; Thompson, Elizabeth ; Wilkins, Helen ; Victor, Naguib ; Jansen-Winkeln, Karl. / Amenemone the Chief Goldsmith : a New Kingdom tomb in the Teti Cemetery at Saqqara. Oxford, England : Aris and Phillips, 2004. (Reports (Australian Centre for Egyptology)).
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Amenemone the Chief Goldsmith : a New Kingdom tomb in the Teti Cemetery at Saqqara. / Ockinga, Boyo; Sowada, Karin; van Dijk, Jacobus; Spigelman, Mark; Thompson, Elizabeth; Wilkins, Helen; Victor, Naguib; Jansen-Winkeln, Karl.

Oxford, England : Aris and Phillips, 2004. (Reports (Australian Centre for Egyptology); Vol. 22).

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