17th and early 18th Dynasty burials at Dra Abu el-Naga, Luxor

Mødedato: Torsdag d. 12/5 2016, kl. 19.00
Lokale: 23.0.49, KUA1

ved José Manuel Galán, Research Professor at the Spanish National Research Council

Jose-Galan-2An archaeological mission from the Spanish National Research Council  (Madrid) has been working in the central area of Dra Abu el-Naga since 2002. Their work started in and around the rock cut tomb-chapels of Djehuty and Hery (TT 11-12) of the early 18th Dynasty. During the last five seasons, they have been excavating part of the necropolis of the 17th and early 18th Dynasty, consisting of mud-brick offering chapels and funerary shafts. Most of them were robbed in antiquity, but still preserved part of the original funerary equipment.

Se Djehuty Projektets hjemmeside (på spansk med mange billeder)