Grafinhoud uit verschillende periodes in Dra Abu el Naga

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Grafinhoud uit verschillende periodes in Dra Abu el Naga

Berichtdoor yuti » Za Sep 09, 2017 5:31 pm

Het graf van de goudsmid Amenemhat (18de dyn.) werd recent in de necropool van Draa Aboul Naga ontdekt.

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Re: Grafinhoud uit verschillende periodes in Dra Abu el Naga

Berichtdoor Philip Arrhidaeus » Za Sep 09, 2017 6:12 pm

Friederike Kampp noteerde het graf als nummer 390 in 'Die Thebanische Nekropole, Zum Wandel des Grabgedankens von der XVIII. bis der XX. Dynastie' op p.766. Er zijn daar nog verschillende tombes die reeds opgemerkt zijn en een nummer dragen, maar nog niet onderzocht werden. Kampp noteerde nummer 390 bij de voorhof van nummer 150 (p. 701), zie plan VII - C4.

Met video:
Archeologen vinden 3.500 jaar oud graf van Egyptische goudsmid
https://www.vrt.be/vrtnws/nl/2017/09/09 ... goudsmid-/

09/09/17
Amun-Re goldsmith tomb uncovered in Draa Abul Naga necropolis on Luxor's west bank
The tomb was discovered along with a number of others by an Egyptian archaeological mission led by Mostafa Waziri

http://english.ahram.org.eg/News/276757.aspx
In a gala ceremony held in Draa Abul-Naga necropolis on Luxor's West Bank on Saturday, Minister of Antiquities Khaled El-Enany announced the discovery of an 18th Dynasty tomb of god Amun-Re’s goldsmith, Amenemhat (Kampp 390), and a Middle Kingdom burial shaft for a family.
Luxor Governor Mohamed Badr attended the ceremony as well as members of parliament, the Greek and Cypriot ambassadors to Egypt, as well as China's cultural attaché and the Swiss head of mission.
The discovery was made by an Egyptian archaeological mission led by Mostafa Waziri. The newly discovered tomb includes an entrance located in the courtyard of another Middle Kingdom tomb, Kampp 150.
The entrance leads to a squared chamber where a niche with a duo statue depicting the tomb owner and his wife is found on one end. The statue shows Amenemhat sitting on a high backed chair beside his wife who wears a long dress and wig.
Between their legs stands, on a smaller scale, a small figure of one of their sons. Waziri told Ahram Online that the tomb has two burial shafts: the main one for the tomb’s owner and his wife.
It is seven metres deep and has a collection of mummies, sarcophagi and funerary masks carved in wood along with a collection of ushabti figurines.


The second shaft was uncovered to the left of the tomb’s main chamber and bears a collection of 21st and 22nd dynasty sarcophagi subject to deterioration during the Late Period.

In the open courtyard, the mission stumbled upon a collection of Middle Kingdom burial shafts, where a family burial of a woman and her two children was unearthed. It includes of two wooden coffins with mummies and a collection of head-rests.

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Archaeologist Mohamed Baabash, who is a member of the excavation team, said that during excavations the mission stumbled upon several funerary objects, some of which belong to the tomb owner.
Among the discovered artifacts are limestone remains of an offering table; four wooden sarcophagi partly damaged and decorated with hieroglyphic text and scenes of different ancient Egyptian deities; and a sandstone duo statue of a trader in King Tuthmose III’s temple named “Mah.”
A collection of 150 ushabti figurines carved in faience, wood, burned clay, limestone and mud brick was also unearthed. The mission also unearthed a collection of 50 funerary cones, 40 of which are evidence of the presence of other tombs belonging to four officials.
The exact location of the latter has not been yet found. These officials are Maati, Bengy, Rourou and vizier Ptahmes. The other stamps belong to Neb-Amun, the grain harvester and supervisor of Amun's grain storehouses, whose tomb is probably TT145, and Nebsenu, the high priest of Amun whose tomb is probably Kampp 143.
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