HIERATIC INSCRIPTIONS FROM THE TOMB OF AMENOPHIS III

@inproceedings{Kondo1990HIERATICIF,
  title={HIERATIC INSCRIPTIONS FROM THE TOMB OF AMENOPHIS III},
  author={Jiro Kondo},
  year={1990}
}
Waseda University Egypt Archaeological Mission carried out the reclearance of the royal tomb of Amenophis III through three seasons from September 18th 1989 to April 1st 1990.(1) The tomb of Amenophis III is number 22 (WV 22), located in the Western Valley of the Kings.(2) It was discovered officially in August of 1799 by two French engineers, Jollois and Devilliers, who were members of the expedition of Napoleon Bonaparte.(3) They excavated inside the tomb and made the plan of the tomb. They… 

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