Tombs of the Nobles

£29.99

This large collection of 1642 photographs provides comprehensive coverage of all 23 Nobles’ Tombs that are currently (as of January 2019) open to visitors on the West Bank at Thebes. The majority of these tombs are rarely visited, but they amply reward the time spent doing so. Many have fascinating decoration featuring scenes of agriculture, hunting, fishing, as well as funerary scenes.

 

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The collection is divided up into five different necropolis areas, with several tombs in each one. The tombs covered are:

  • Dra Abu el-Naga Necropolis
    • TT13 – Shuroy (30 pictures)
    • TT148 – Amenemipet (35 pictures)
    • TT255 Roy (69 pictures)
  • El-Assasif Necropolis
    • General Views (16 pictures)
    • TT192 – Kheruef (62 pictures)
    • TT279 – Pabasa (53 pictures)
    • TT414 – Ankh-Hor (24 pictures)
  • El-Khokha Necropolis
    • General Views (3 pictures)
    • TT41 – Amenemipet (82 pictures)
    • TT178 – Neferrenpet (99 pictures)
    • TT295 – Djehutimose (26 pictures)
    • TT296 – Nefersekheru (47 pictures)
  • Qurnet Murai Necropolis
    • General Views (6 pictures)
    • TT40 – Amenhotep, called Huy (127 pictures)
    • TT277 – Amenemonet (82 pictures)
    • TT278 – Amenemhab (42 pictures)
  • Sheikh Abd el-Qurna Necropolis
    • General Views (13 pictures)
    • TT31 – Khonsu (68 pictures)
    • TT51 – Userhat (49 pictures)
    • TT52 – Nakht (36 pictures)
    • TT55 – Ramose (137 pictures)
    • TT56 – Userhat (123 pictures)
    • TT57 – Khaemhat (63 pictures)
    • TT69 – Menna (60 pictures)
    • TT96 – Sennefer (93 pictures)
    • TT100 – Rekhmire (132 pictures)
    • TT343 – Benia (65 pictures)

 

 

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