King Seneb-Kay's Tomb and the Necropolis of a Lost Dynasty at Abydos / / Kevin Cahail, Josef Wegner.

This volume is the publication and analysis of the tomb of pharaoh Seneb-Kay (ca. 1650-1600 BCE), and a cemetery of associated tombs at Abydos, all attributable to a group of kings of Egypt's Second Intermediate Period. The tomb of Seneb-Kay has provided the first known king's tomb of phar...

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Superior document:Title is part of eBook package: De Gruyter EBOOK PACKAGE COMPLETE 2021 English
Place / Publishing House:Philadelphia : : University of Pennsylvania Press, , [2021]
Year of Publication:2021
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Physical Description:1 online resource (408 p.) :; 318 figs (color TBD), 9 tables
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Table of Contents:
  • Frontmatter
  • Contents
  • Figures
  • Tables
  • Contributors
  • Acknowledgments
  • Glossary of Place Names and Terms
  • Part 1: The Tomb of King Woseribre Seneb-Kay
  • Introduction
  • 1. Excavation And Architecture of the Tomb of Seneb-Kay
  • 2. The Burial Chamber
  • 3. The Funerary Equipment
  • 4. The Canopic Chest
  • 5. Osteobiography of Woseribre Seneb-Kay
  • 6. Conservation and Restoration Work
  • Part 2: The Reused Material in the Tomb of Seneb-Kay
  • 7. The Reused Roof Blocks
  • 8. The Reused 13th Dynasty Chapel Blocks
  • 9. Chapel Architecture Commemorating Ibiau and Dedtu
  • 10. The Family History of Dedtu and Ibiau
  • Part 3: The Main Tomb Cluster
  • 11. Excavation and Architecture of the Tombs
  • 12. Architectural Traditions in the Second Intermediate Period
  • 13. The Skeletal Remains from the Main Tomb Cluster
  • Part 4: Historical and Archaeological Synthesis
  • 14. Seneb-Kay and the Abydos Dynasty
  • 15. The Archaeology of Political Dissonance in Egypt’s Second Intermediate Period
  • References